Friday, April 07, 2006
We had another weekly meeting that ended just recently, this being too late in the evening for me to carry on in detail.
Much of our discussion this evening concerned contracts and covenants. We talked of mountain climbing. I'll return to this tomorrow with further details.
The illustration above is by El Greco, "Mount Sinai."
Tertullian didn't ask: "What has Sparta to do with Jerusalem?" We ask that. We must; and we must answer it rightly.
We met last evening at the Vancouver Public Library in the atrium to discuss further our struggle against Islam, jihad, and Left dhimmi fascism, the collapse of the Will of the West. We began our discussion with a feast of Tim-Bits, donuts from Tim Horton's Doughnut Shop, in loving memory of the guy who died, the hockey player whose name is Tim.
Much of our discussion during the evening centred on the idea of an organic national unity in Canada. One might look on this as a model for other nations now submerged in multi-culti phantasies of communitarianism and elitist misrule: if your nation is a political junk pile of relativist ideologies heaped choc-a-block on fragmented voter groups, then whether you live in Canada or not, your public social and political problems are likely those of Canada anyway. We talked about nations. What are our nations? What does it mean to be French, American, German, English, Canadian? Does it mean, should it mean, anything at all? Can it mean something if now it doesn't but could? We are becoming politically involved. We are asking what we might do to transform our nations in positive ways according to organic reality. What has Sparta to do with Jerusalem? What does struggle and focus and aggression and competition have to do with the shopping mall? What does the meaning of a valid life have to do with the 35 hour work-week and early retirement?
What does nation have to do with multi-culti nonsense? And what do we have to do with the meaning of our own lives?
We are in solid agreement that the Left is in its death agonies. We recognize the Left as clinging to its worthless life. We see that once the Left is buried under the rubbish heap of history something must take its place, that some ruling idea will arise. What will that be, and who will make it? History is on the march to a new Jerusalem, and who will lead us there; what will we make of it once we arrive? Who will lead us? Cambyses?
We discussed the nature of contract and covenant. Our metaphorical contract is null and void; we are in need of a covenant. We are about to remake nation as Will. We, the people, are making as we live through this time of change, a new reality of political identity. We and others. As the Left dies and so too does Islam we will live, and we must live as something. We must have a new covenant, an encomium of Man, the ground of the aether: we will make a new covenant among us.
What has Sparta to do with Jerusalem?
Will of Coventry.
We'll return to this over the duration.
The second image is by J. Tintoretto.