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Monday, November 20, 2017

Moving in Circles

History is cyclical, nothing is truly new, and the capacity of men and women outside of Christ for evil, self-involvement and delusional thinking is no different today than millennia ago. That’s not what progressives teach, but it’s reality.

God repeats the same lessons to mankind generation after generation after generation, but the penny never drops.

In the seventh century B.C., Isaiah watched, warned and wrote about a nation at the end of its civilizational cycle. What he saw was not pretty, and it looks alarmingly familiar to those watching our own culture circle the drain.

Fin de si├Ęcle

What features characterize the tail end of a civilization?


Oh, and the final stroke is unabashed slut-walking. Probably the less said about that the better.

Feminize. Neuter. Alienate.

What comes next for body-obsessed, mincing, haughty, wanton women? Well, it doesn’t work out quite the way they thought it would:
Your men shall fall by the sword and your mighty men in battle.”
That “evil patriarchy” of which feminists and their enablers on the Left are trying so desperately to rid us is actually any civilization’s only practical protection from external predation. It was so for Judah, and it is so today.

You can take men out of the picture any number of ways. In Isaiah’s day, they were killed off in battle. But you can do it just as effectively by neutering, feminizing, disincentivizing or otherwise alienating them. Metrosexuals, would-be-women, couch potatoes and “men going their own way” make a remarkably ineffective bulwark for a culture under siege from without and within.

Seven Women, One Man

What happens when women find themselves desperately in need of protection, and there are insufficient numbers left to do the protecting?
“And seven women shall take hold of one man in that day, saying, ‘We will eat our own bread and wear our own clothes, only let us be called by your name; take away our reproach.’ ”
Let’s just say this doesn’t end well for anybody. And it may not be the last time.

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