I am not a Republican, and I am certainly not a Democrat. I’m a Christian Nationalist. That’s not a political party, and it never will be. It’s a movement of Christians who are fed up with the bipartisan oligarchy that has controlled America for over a century. We are rejecting the federalist model of top-down governance and turning to the states to enact Christian laws from the ground up. We will not stop, ever, because this is not a political movement. It’s a religious movement. That means it transcends political boundaries and it’s multi-generational. We are training our children to be Christian Nationalists. And they will train theirs. The bipartisan oligarchy blew it. They have to deal with us now. We cannot be stopped. The party that doesn’t stand in our way will survive. The party that does will soon understand what it means to become irrelevant.
It is imperative that Christian Nationalists remain illusive to the mainstream press. Outside of books, internet conversations, flags and bumper stickers, there can be no leadership other than our Church pastors. We must remain submerged beneath the protection of the First Amendment. There can be no political party, no national organization, no marches and no rallies. Our contacts and discussions must remain within the context of our churches and religion. This will keep the Marxist Left guessing and frustrated.
Christian Nationalists must never look to the Republican Party for leadership, nor any other party, and certainly not a political party of our own making. NO. We Christian Nationalists must look to our pastors and churches for leadership — nobody else.
We Christian Nationalists don’t need to build a movement. We already have one. We don’t need to build an organization, we already have dozens! What we need to do is recognize that Christian Nationalism is NOT an organization, it’s a movement within a network, and that network is our churches. That means the only way the Marxist Left can fight against us is by attacking our churches, and Christianity in general. We already saw how well that went with the FBI memo leak on “Radical Traditionalist Catholics” (RTC). It was a complete disaster. This is why the Leftist media outlets are now focusing on their smear campaign again, labelling Christian Nationalists as “fascists.” It’s all they have left.
Leaving the two party system doesn’t matter anymore. If a Christian wants to remain registered Republican, or some other party, so be it. What matters is the Christian Nationalist network that has no visible head, and no visible organization. The pastors are the heads and the churches are the organizations. Communication between them exists on platforms like Gab, Minds, Twitter and things just as books, newsletters, email lists, etc.
This movement is like nothing the modern political establishment has ever seen before, because it doesn’t follow the conventional political rules. It’s not a political party, so they can’t lock it out of ballot access. It’s not an organized political movement, so they can’t attack the leaders. It isn’t limited to any one racial or ethnic demographic, so they’re about to find out their racist accusations don’t work. It’s not a caucus within the Republican Party, nor is it even a strictly Republican movement, so they’re about to find out their strategy of attacking Republicans over it isn’t going to work either.
The one and only way the Marxist Left can attack Christian Nationalism is to attack Christianity itself. They’re going to have to go after pastors and churches in a full-fledged religious persecution, and unfortunately for them, that just isn’t going to work in America. The Marxist Left is trapped. The only other thing they can do is brand their own version of Christianity, liberal Christianity, and they’ve already done that. It’s not working either. Liberal Christianity is dying and cannot retain competitive church membership.
So, exactly what is Christian Nationalism? It might surprise you to learn that it’s only 10% political. Voting in elections only accounts for 10% of Christian Nationalist activity. Even with that, however, Christian Nationalists vote with no illusions. We know the elections are rigged in many states, especially for federal offices like US president and US senators. Most of this rigging happens in big cities run entirely by Democrats. So when it comes to voting, Christian Nationalists know that there is little chance of effective change in these Blue states, and that means little chance of change in the federal government as well. So instead, as a matter of Christian Nationalist ideology and principle, we focus on local and state elections almost exclusively. Many of us try to get out of the big cities, where corruption is too thick, and work on gaining control of smaller cities and rural counties. Then, once political control is obtained in these areas, we can work on either making the Red States redder, or else undermining the antichristian governments of Blue states. That is the 10% political side of Christian Nationalism, and of course, this is what has the Marxist Left so freaked out.
The other 90% of Christian Nationalism is more personal in nature. It involves first getting baptized (if you’re not already) and joining a good conservative church. The church may be Catholic, Orthodox, Protestant or Evangelical. It doesn’t matter, just so long as it has good conservative leadership and takes traditional Christian morality seriously. Here’s a good litmus test. If the church leadership supports abortion rights, feminism or homosexuality, get out!!! These are not historically Christian positions and any church that embraces these things is a Marxist imposter, designed to undermine historic Christianity and make Christians lukewarm (Revelation 3:16). Christian Nationalists will have nothing to do with these churches. Instead, they will seek out churches (of all denominations) that adhere to the traditional teachings of Christianity on life, gender roles and sex only within marriage between one man and one woman.
The other 90% also includes taking one’s Christian faith seriously, with regular church attendance, reading the Bible (catechism or theology), praying devotions (rosary, prayer beads, or devotional books), and in all areas trying to live the Christian faith on a personal level. This will include regularly wearing a cross of some kind, and making sure others know you are a Christian without being obnoxious. This also means sharing your faith to those who are interested in learning more, and inviting people to church when it’s appropriate to do so. It also means defending your rights as a Christian in American society, both by reminding people this is America and being religious is not a crime, and by even filing a lawsuit if you know your religious rights have been violated and you have a lawyer who agrees.
The other 90% also includes getting married to a like-minded Christian, and having as many babies as possible. Those children should be raised as Christian Nationalists too, making sure they understand what it means and how to act. Christian parents should not fear the financial burden of children, and should not feel ashamed of asking churches for help, or even taking money from the government to make ends meet. Why? Because that’s what those tax dollars are supposed to be used for anyway. As a Christian, I have no problem with my tax dollars being used to help other Christian families. Every government dollar taken by a Christian family is one more dollar used on the right people and for the right reason. A Christian Nation supports Christians. That means Christians need to take what is rightfully theirs. God said, “be fruitful and multiply” (Genesis 1:28). Who are we Christians to deny God his first commandment to the human race?
The other 90% means homeschooling your children, if you’re able, but at the very least providing a Christian education to them either through a Christian school, or else clamoring for your local churches and school districts to provide bussing for religious instruction. This is still permitted under American law, and has never been abrogated. Parents just forgot about it.
The other 90% means supporting your local church financially, or in some rare cases, working together with like-minded Christians to start your own. This is America, and in America anybody can start a church. That doesn’t mean they should, and there are plenty of good churches out there that ought to be supported. That said, however, even the Catholic Church offers opportunities for Catholics to start their own parishes under certain circumstances (https://acsociety.org/map), so if the most organized church in the world can do this, other Christians can too.
The other 90% means supporting Christian businesses and farms. This means networking within your church to find them, and set up exchange (bartering) systems, using both cash and trade. It might even involve starting your own business or farm, if this is reasonable for you. In some cases, like-minded Christians, with similar skills or knowledge, might pool their resources to create a worker-owned cooperative. Some churches might pool their resources to sponsor a Christian business with an Employee Stock Option Plan (ESOP). Christians should work together to support Christian-friendly credit unions instead of traditional banks. Whenever we use or store our money, we should be thinking like Christians, supporting Christians, and helping to build a parallel Christian economy.
The other 90% means transforming your local community in any way you can, and working with like-minded Christians to do the same. So as to transform America at the grassroots level, from the ground up, not the top down. This is what it means to be a Christian Nationalist.
Hello Shane, Thank you! Do you know about the Catholic Land Movement? God bless, Marianne
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Yes. Dorothy Day. I’m familiar with it. It’s communal living for Catholic laypeople, if they’re into that sort of thing.
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