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 on: Yesterday at 11:19:22 PM 
Started by John Smithwick - Last post by CLFSI
Though recent trends have moved many in society away from traditions and religious education, most Canadians still advocate for some form of spirituality. This is because all decent citizens, whether or not they are spiritually inclined, respect the sacredness of a conscious, living person and the responsibility we have towards preserving life on earth. Such convictions, even in a secular nation, are unsurprising considering that the primary aim of modern religions is to promote good behavior and that every civilization throughout history has been connected to religion in some form. For our society in particular, our morals are rooted in Christian natural law. Though Christians are often under attack for telling people things that are different from what they want to hear, what those critics do not recognize is that it is only in a Christian nation, with it's teachings of mercy and forgiveness, that all of their democratic privileges could have originated. Under a Christian based government, Buddhists, Sikhs, Hindus, Muslims, Jews, and Atheists can peacefully coexist under a system of tolerance. Classical liberal values did not come about through science, through rationality, or through education. Those values came about because they existed in a moral environment that made it possible for certain philosophies to exist, including the critics of Christianity. This has been one of the greatest failures of Christianity in government for the attempts to establish it as a state religion has led mankind towards fanaticism, corruption, moral decline, and many works of anarchy. The only solution for this is for Christians of all faiths to agree on the moral principles of Canadian law, free from the influence of businesses, non-governmental organizations, and foreign nations. Hence, while Christianity must remain the official religion of Canada, no single denomination may represent Canada as a whole. This will allow Canada to avoid needless infighting and allow the people to realize their common goals.

My personal suggestions regarding Religion, Faith, and National Spirit:

• The civil religion of the state must officially be Christian, however, the law must not represent any single sect and must be fair to all non-Christians.

• Burning the Canadian flag and defacing Canadian monuments or plaques shall be illegal.

• If a non-Christian religious organization has purchased a church for the purpose of meeting together in worship or prayer, then they must be responsible for removing all crosses from the exterior of the Church.

• Freedom of conscience and religion must be preserved in order to maintain peace and cooperation across the nation.

• No one may lose any of his civil or national rights on account of his or her religion alone.

• All religious organizations must be free to teach whatever doctrine they wish.

• Religious places of worship shall remain exempt from taxation as their presence in integral to the traditions and morality of the state and their actions should be encouraged and incentivized rather than oppressed through taxation.

• No Canadian citizen may be terminated or demoted for not participating in something that goes against his or her conscience. Employers may also not penalize an employee for attending an official religious holiday, convention, gathering, or day of rest, as long as the employee informs his supervisor in advance.

• Every citizen must have the right to freedom of religion, association, thought, speech, and the liberty of individual conscience. Freedom of association entails the right to form an association without a permit, to be a member or not to be a member of an association and to participate in the activities of an association.

• All persons must have the right to form religious associations and to practice their religion in conformity with their individual convictions.

• Students in elementary, secondary, or post-secondary education must be allowed to participate in individual or group prayer. However, this law must not allow anyone to be forced to pray against their will or allow the state to compose any type of prayer or officially sanction any prayer to be said in public schools.

• All grocery stores and food markets must be required to label Halal and Kosher meat separately from regular meat products.

• The state must provide accommodations for religious minorities, unless those accommodations infringe on the rights of the majority.

• The state must allow citizens have the right to reject certain medical procedures by matter of conscience.

• Conscientious objection must be respected as a legitimate reason to refuse military service or jury duty.

• Religious organizations have the right to hire armed guards to provide security for their followers.

• Religious websites must never be blocked unless they are connected with known terrorist organizations.

• No one, not even law enforcement, may disrupt a religious service while it is taking place. Doing so may result in serious fines or imprisonment.

• When a person is deceased, his or her remains are automatically protected by the state. No relative, spouse, or friend of the deceased should claim ownership of the deceased's remains unless given written consent

• The default burial method of the state shall be cremation unless the deceased was initiated as a member of the Roman Catholic Church, the Orthodox Catholic Church, a Jewish faith, or a Muslim faith. Ashes of the dead after cremation should not be scattered or kept at homes to avoid the desecration of human remains unless written consent is given and is approved by the federal government.

• Shrove Tuesday should be made an official holiday of Canada and celebrated through the consumption of pancakes, doughnuts, fritters, and pies. The celebration will be based off of the English tradition and will not include parades or spectacles associated internationally with Mardi Gras. St Andrew's Day shall also be made a public holiday with celebrations of Scottish culture. Likewise Irish culture will be celebrated on St. Patrick's Day, Welsh culture will be celebrated on St. David's Day, French culture should be celebrated on Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day, and British culture will be celebrated on St. George's Day. National Indigenous Peoples' Day should also continue to be celebrated on a grander scale.

• All deteriorated grave markers should either be restored or replaced.

• No deceased body should be displayed in public for the purpose of education or entertainment. Funeral homes or religious places of worship are the only places that should be allowed to display a human corpse.

• Every Canadian citizen should have the right to education. The state shall ensure the diffusion of education by means of public and private schools which it may permit to be established under its supervision. Religious private schools may choose weather or not to have an official time for prayer.

• The state should outlaw the promotion and public display of polyamory, homosexuality, pansexuality, transgenderism, bestiality, adult baby, other-kin, furries, cuckoldry, incels, and all other perverted sexual lifestyles.

• No province or municipality should ever host a gay pride parade or similar event.

• All homosexual marriages and families must be disbanded and made illegal.

• Lesbian couples may not be allowed to receive artificial insemination.

• The practice of polygamy, child marriage, and prostitution must remain forbidden by law.

• Sexy gentlemen's clubs, gay bars, sex toy shops, burlesque shows, drag queen performances, and pole dancing studios must be closed permanently.

• Sexually suggestive advertisements, magazines, and other media must be prohibited in all public and commercial venues.

• Stores may not sell immodest clothing that is designed to sexualize adults, adolescents, or children. These include short shorts (unless they are for swimwear); short skirts; jean cutoffs; legging pants; backless tops; crop tops; tube tops; tube dresses; cleavage revealing tops; clothing with ragged hems or cut-off hemlines; clothing made of transparent or fishnet fabric; shirts with nipple tassels; and clothing that exposes a woman's chest. Swimsuits may continue to be sold with the exception of swim briefs; square leg swimsuits, topless bikinis; sting bikinis; monokinis; microkinis; sling bikinis; and trikinis. Two piece underwear and bikinis may still be sold but must be advertised modestly.

• Stores may not sell clothes with graphics promoting sexualized material, drug abuse, or rebellious behavior.

• Stores must also not sell hair dyes with unnatural hair colours (e.g. blue, purple, green, or pink) unless they are traditional Aboriginal Canadian hair dyes.

• Pornography must be banned and online pornographic content must be censored.


 

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 on: Yesterday at 05:20:39 PM 
Started by John Smithwick - Last post by John Smithwick
A note to moderators: anytime you see a spelling or grammar mistake in my writing feel free to correct it (as though you didn't lose enough of your time to this stuff ;) ).  With respect to my previous post, these errors are noted:

Paragraph 4, second sentence: "ram rod" should be "ramrod" (no space).
Paragraph 5, first sentence: there's a pluralization grammar error - remove the "a" before the word "generations" so it reads: "The reason we're going to be completely erased in a few generations is that we're not forming a proper team".
Paragraph 6, second sentence:  there's another "a" that shouldn't be there and an unnecessary "were" and "that".  It should read: "Those prior attempts at creating something for our folk went nowhere because they encouraged nonsense i.e. they used racial epithets and implied that violence and conflict are good things".

I won't be writing much here.  I just wanted to promote the ideas of an European Canadian Faith and a reservation system for our people through an European Canadian Act.  I'm hoping Patron's Canadian Nationalist Party, Bernier's People's Party of Canada, Garvey's National Citizens Alliance, Salzberg's Cultural Action Party, Duchesne's Council of European Canadians, Andrew's Nationalist Party of Canada, Fromm's Canadian Immigration Reform Committee, Beatty's British Peoples League, etc., ... one or all of these groups can begin promoting these ideas. 

Thanks for your time.  For the moderators who live in Ottawa, if you want to meet sometime I'll be available.  I met a couple of your members who attended the Canadians for Canada rally.  They stayed at my place.  I'm not interested in losing my anonymity and being doxed, nor do I have much money, but I do my part and while I greatly dislike the idea of my getting more involved in our cause and organizations, we should really do more than post anonymously on the internet, so we actually form an ethnic group community.   This would be so much easier if like the Jews, First Nation people, Sikhs, etc., we actually had congregation centers where we could meet openly to discuss our issues - hence why we need the European Canadian Faith and Church ;).  Yes, to be honest I'd prefer you don't contact me lol, but if you do, I'll put the effort in. Cheers eh :)

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 on: Yesterday at 01:25:30 PM 
Started by CLFSI - Last post by Jair
http://stonetoss.com/comic/experienced/

Anyway, yeah, the number of partners effects the ability to form a lasting bond, at least with women (never seen data that indicates that with men).

Talking about rules of Christianity; up 'til a century ago all Christion denominations made it a rule that a married couple must be open to having children. Various allowances for exceptional circumstances aside a general rule against contraception, including 'the rhythm method' was the norm. The purpose of marriage was the formation of families and providing for the next generation.

When liberalized denominations (most of them) let that go the purpose of marriage changed to personal fulfillment. And everything from easy divorce for not being HAAAPY to same sex marriage came directly from viewing marriage as a personal good rather than a social good.


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 on: Yesterday at 11:32:05 AM 
Started by CLFSI - Last post by chrisaub
You could also look up pairbonding, the more sex partners you have the worse your ability to bond becomes; especially in women.

And the marriage success rates compared to virgin brides and 1 partner to 10. If you want a marriage to have the best success, she should be a virgin.

I'm not a extremely religious person but all the rules in christianity were made because of stuff like this. Like an ancestral knowledge on human dynamics.

I recommend, Libido Dominandi; Sexual liberation and Political Control. By E. Michael Jones. Sexual hedonism and freedom is a form of control the elite are using.

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 on: Yesterday at 07:46:32 AM 
Started by John Smithwick - Last post by John Smithwick
There is a particular problem with trying to form a religion in the age of merchants and common men. In an age of gods  and kings pietas, reverence for great ancestors, could make men gods and link their deeds to metaphysical truths to start a cult proper.

But today America can't even enshrine their dear Washington with that level of reverence, and we certainly cannot do it with our great(er) men like MacDonald.
Well said; however, I don't think we need new mythology, moreover, mythical supermen, to guide us today.  We can use the old mythologies for that purpose if desired (usually in jest), and focus on modern knowledge applied to practical issues of today.
   
A religion is centrally a metaphysic. The ethos of the religion flows from the metaphysical suppositions. This seems to be centrally an attempt to forge an ethos without much care for metaphysics.

If you're trying to forge a religion that people can be happy with you're not going to out-compete the evangelical style humanistic-Christianity of our age. They have religious marketing down to an art. And those who don't get caught in that net are easily swept up by humanistic-new age. We don't have feel-good to offer. We have blood and struggle and life.

It's not going to be possible to forge a religion based on ethno-centric ethos without a metaphysical core that explains to people why they should care. Rising simians should pragmatically jump ship genetically when their ethnogroup is sinking. And lots of boomers do just that when they celebrate their mulatto grand-kids.

This theology needs some real theology, some teleosis, some endgame, some objective.
Well, feel free to add those missing parts.  It's a communal effort.  :)

All it (the European Canadian Faith) essentially is, is unitarian universalism made ethnocentric for European Canadians.   

The "metaphysics / teleosis" are simply that we are a group of humanity evolved/created by nature/God and for those of us who appreciate our ethnic group (the happiness of our folk, the feeling of family and peoplehood, the sense of comfort, humour and productivity of being with our own kind), to form an explicit faith organization to preserve ourselves.  Our source of faith is a belief in ourselves as a people, to do good, to form a solid ram rod of community, under God (whether you call It Jesus, Odin, or whatever else)/nature/the cosmos.

The reason we're going to be completely erased in a few a generations is that we're not forming a proper team.  Christianity does not speak about European people whatsoever.  Judaism does nothing but speak about Jews and look out for them.  We're worshiping an universalist Roman version of the Jews' messiah through Christianity, and while it has some positive attributes, it encourages globalism and miscegenation.  We can reference Christianity, Paganism, and New Age concepts, like the Unitarian Universalists do (reformed Judaism does this as well, so does First Nation/Aboriginal/Native/Indigenous/Indian/Injun spirituality), but it should all be tied back to our peoplehood concept (like the Jews and First Nation people do for themselves).  It's not rocket science, ... we need to form "Team White/European Canadian".  We don't need to solve String Theory, tie it back to a Theory of Everything for our people, promising them eternal life ... we just need our own congregation centers (they'll undoubtedly get firebombed within a week, but we have to start somewhere ;) ).

I left out Cosmotheism and Creativity in the above European Canadian Faith article.  Those were prior attempts at creating something for our folk that were garbage because they encouraged nonsense i.e. they used racial epithets and implied violence and conflict as being a good things, ... it's time to have something proper, something "above ground" for our people (for mainstream mature adults and their families).

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 on: Yesterday at 01:42:38 AM 
Started by John Smithwick - Last post by Jair
There is a particular problem with trying to form a religion in the age of merchants and common men. In an age of gods  and kings pietas, reverence for great ancestors, could make men gods and link their deeds to metaphysical truths to start a cult proper.

But today America can't even enshrine their dear Washington with that level of reverence, and we certainly cannot do it with our great(er) men like MacDonald.

A religion is centrally a metaphysic. The ethos of the religion flows from the metaphysical suppositions. This seems to be centrally an attempt to forge an ethos without much care for metaphysics.

If you're trying to forge a religion that people can be happy with you're not going to out-compete the evangelical style humanistic-Christianity of our age. They have religious marketing down to an art. And those who don't get caught in that net are easily swept up by humanistic-new age. We don't have feel-good to offer. We have blood and struggle and life.

It's not going to be possible to forge a religion based on ethno-centric ethos without a metaphysical core that explains to people why they should care. Rising simians should pragmatically jump ship genetically when their ethnogroup is sinking. And lots of boomers do just that when they celebrate their mulatto grand-kids.

This theology needs some real theology, some teleosis, some endgame, some objective.

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 on: Yesterday at 01:23:16 AM 
Started by CLFSI - Last post by Jair
How did this come to be a particular topic of interest to you? What measures do you think need to be taken?

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 on: September 15, 2019, 05:23:33 PM 
Started by Patron - Last post by Skogo56
I would say christian, but i am not very religious. I think spiritual is better to describe what i believe. I'm not sure if that has a name.

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 on: September 15, 2019, 04:41:44 PM 
Started by CLFSI - Last post by CLFSI


https://www.thepublicdiscourse.com/2015/06/15145/

https://www.thepublicdiscourse.com/2019/09/56538/

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https://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2012/04/24/are-family-values-outdated/stronger-families-stronger-societies

https://www.firstthings.com/article/2018/01/war-against-fathers

https://www.firstthings.com/web-exclusives/2017/03/supreme-incoherence-transgender-ideology-and-the-end-of-law

https://www.firstthings.com/web-exclusives/2017/01/time-for-parents-to-resist-transgender-activism

https://www.firstthings.com/web-exclusives/2015/01/joy-in-chastity

https://www.firstthings.com/web-exclusives/2019/03/trans-men-erase-women

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https://www.firstthings.com/article/1993/11/001-moderately-religious-desperately-sexual

https://www.firstthings.com/web-exclusives/2014/12/why-christians-care-about-sex

https://www.firstthings.com/blogs/firstthoughts/2014/10/transgender-deconstruction

https://www.allprodad.com/10-ways-to-fight-pornography/

https://www.jw.org/en/publications/magazines/w20150615/remain-chaste/

https://www.jw.org/en/publications/magazines/wp20130801/is-pornography-harmful/

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 on: September 15, 2019, 04:08:57 PM 
Started by CLFSI - Last post by CLFSI
Sir Hector-Louis Langevin



https://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/confederation/023001-4000.44-e.html

Edgar Dewdney



http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/dewdney_edgar_14E.html

Alan Webster Neill



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Webster_Neill


Nicholas Flood Davin



http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/davin_nicholas_flood_13E.html


Egerton Ryerson Young



http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/young_egerton_ryerson_13E.html

John A MacDonald



http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/macdonald_john_alexander_12E.html

Edward Cornwallis



http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/cornwallis_edward_4E.html

Harvey Stevens



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Herbert_Stevens

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