Message from Hadrian in tradworker #tradworker
"No sin has greater power over the soul than the one of cursed sodomy, which was always detested by all those who lived according to God's law. ...
Such passion for untenable practices borders on madness. This vice disturbs the intellect, unbalances an elevated and generous state of soul, drags lofty thoughts down to base ones, makes men pusillanimous and irascible, obstinate and hardened, servilely soft and incapable of anything.
Furthermore, the will, agitated by the insatiable drive for pleasure, no longer follows reason but rather the tumult of the passions. ...
One who lives practicing the vice of sodomy will suffer more pain in Hell than anyone else, because this the worst sin that exist." -
St. Bernardine of Siena
We are not individualistic egalitarians. We believe in Hierarchy and community. It is absolutely necessary for the community to correct the sins of the individual.
An individual's sin becomes that of the community, if the community fails to stem it.
There are tons of Saints who say this.
And thats a fair assesment that I agree with. But if someone were to never allude to being a fag or to make it clear, there is never the sin, or at least a visible sin for the community to correct
Obviously if they act on the sin, or bring it into public eye that changes the dynamic and must be stopped
My expectation for them is like I expect of drug addicts. Don't fucking be proud of it, get help and keep your urges hidden
There was a time when they did keep it hidden, and took wives and fathered white children
True. I should have iterated that I am not saying we should destroy someone for simply struggling with the Passion of homosexuality. One of my favorite modern Theologians was a former queer, who went into Monasticism to overcome said sin. All I am saying is that a lot of people I know are like : "whatever a man does in his bedroom is between him and God". This line of thinking is a product of modernism and our perverted individualistic mindset. A community must uphold Christian morals and Law; St John makes this very clear:
Now that I am looking over your other comments, I see that you aren't really taking the individualist stance, but simply saying queers need to remain beyond hidden. I can see said logic, although I am of the opinion that said queers need to come out and recognize that their sin is a sickness, and seek help for it (otherwise it will only fester and spread).
Saying queers need to remain hidden vs seeking help, is like saying a leper needs to hide his sores from everyone and pretend to be healthy. If a leper refuses treatment, then his disease will only spread to the community. The same applies to queers, imo.
you can stay hidden and seek help. Doctors have confidentiality
This is true.
Priests have the same level of confidentiality, if not more. So long as homos are seeking "treatment", and not acting on their sin, then I am fine with them remaining in our socierty.
We should be working towards a cure for it for those seeking treatment in our ethnostate
Christ and the Intercessions of the Saints have been the Traditional treatment.
Monasticism was heavily used on homos, too.
Some people say it has something to do with all the soy people are using and the estrogen in a lot of consumer products
Yes we should. The existing options aren't great. The only reason some states are able to ban conversion therapy is because the studies show that the current form usually doesn't work
Soy definitely lowers your testosterone.
I've seen reports that even large amounts of dairy can give your body a large amount of estrogen though
Which sucks because milk is life
so does beer
NOOOOOOOO. Don't black-pill me on beer and dairy.
In traditional European diet they stop drinking milk after child hood and only have cheeses
I'm destined to be a low T soyboy
I must end myself for the good of eugenics
i grow soybeans for soyboys
I have been thinking to trying to go to a Nordic or Traditional Meditation diet
muh edamame though
Mediterranean diet is one of the best.
So is the traditional Japanese diet.
I try to consume olive oil on a daily basis.
It's also really good to consume a small amount of apple cider vinegar daily, as well.
Isn't that appropriating nonwhite culture though
Whites are obviously superior to mediterraneans, we must have more healthy diets
usually I just eat whatever Im craving
You consider "whites" and Mediterraneans to be different?
I'd say 80-90% of people on here have Mediterranean heritage...I know I do.
what the fuck is mediterranean anyway
Southern French, Italian, Greek, etc.
I'm either welsh or scottish