Identity politics

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Identity politics is defined as "a tendency for people of a particular religion, race, social background, etc., to form exclusive political alliances, moving away from traditional broad-based party politics."


from Fleeing Religion

Religion today has become a myriad of opinions about God promoted by entertaining homiletics[1] and imaginative hermeneutics.[2] Religion and its institutions in the last 100 years has ceased to be the welfare of religious communities that we saw in the first century Church and many churches little more than a century ago. There is no significant daily ministration in the Church today. The welfare benefits which were originally the province of a charitable Church have become the territory of the authoritarian State which not only engages the youth but binds them to Public religion.

So the statement about putting "self first" or "rising individualism" is incorrect. It is the rising collectivism, the culture of identity politics and a lack of knowledge about the true purpose of religion and the nature of Pure Religion that has brought about the fleeing of false religion.


from Trolls

The spirit of the trolls dwells in the dark places of our own hearts. It resides in the realms of our soul we are not willing to see. It thrives in denial but in order to oppress, there must be a victim to dance with. Identity politics and intersectionality[3] will not only create an army of trolls roaming cyberspace but also the orcs and goblins of the physical world in which we live.


Trolling other people or groups is about a feeling of power over others to compensate for or oppress a feeling of failure and lack in your self and the denial of this truth will lead to an increase of a Cognitive dissonance[4].

Free nations are composed of people bound by love and righteousness for all. They are people more in love with truth than comfort. They are pulled together with the common bonds that bear fruit. Some people want to create life in order to give life away, produce so that they may share.

Others covet their identity in things and want to have life even if it means they must take life, choice or freedom from others. They form two positions by identifying with things, groups, race even victim and divide people by dividing themselves through identity politics.

Since we cannot invent the universe we must work within the natural law of the universe including the law of cause and effect.

Within these two groups there are other factions.

Hitler stated many times that he was the common man's socialist as when he stated, "I am a socialist, and a very different kind of socialist from your rich friend Reventlow. I was once an ordinary workingman… But your kind of socialism is nothing but Marxism."[5]

He did not come from a wealthy class and gathered other socialist to him for support like when he said, "Since we are socialists..."[6] Germany had been devastated by WWI and the treaties demanding reparation had strangled their economy. He equated the Jews with banking which were often not alleviating this suffering but trying to make a profit. This claim was, of course, not entirely true but was typical during the rise of identity politics. Hitler used the prejudices of such misguided self-serving ideology when he went on to say, "... we must necessarily also be antisemites because we want to fight against the very opposite: materialism and mammonism… How can you not be an antisemite, being a socialist!"[6]

Marx had advocated both democracy and socialism because they lead to Communism. Yet, Hitler consistently claimed to oppose Marxism while advocating socialism and social equity.

  • 'Socialist' I define from the word 'social; meaning in the main ‘social equity’. A Socialist is one who serves the common good without giving up his individuality or personality or the product of his personal efficiency. Our adopted term 'Socialist' has nothing to do with Marxian Socialism. Marxism is anti-property; true socialism is not. Marxism places no value on the individual, or individual effort, of efficiency; true Socialism values the individual and encourages him in individual efficiency, at the same time holding that his interests as an individual must be in consonance with those of the community. All great inventions, discoveries, achievements were first the product of an individual brain. It is charged against me that I am against property, that I am an atheist. Both charges are false."[7]

While he clearly claimed above that "true Socialism values the individual and encourages him in individual efficiency" he always saw the individual as a means to the ends of the socialist collective national state, headed by himself. Socialism is both an economic and political system which always invest power into the hands of a few. That power generally corrupts the leaders to the detriment of the individual. The leaders feel justified in some or some more tyranny just as the people are justified in biting their own neighbor through covetous practices of forced distribution of wealth.

  • "Aren’t these liberals, those reprobate defenders of individualism, ashamed to see the tears of the mothers and wives, or don’t these cold-blooded accountants even notice? Have they already grown so inhuman that they are no longer capable of feeling? It is understandable why bolshevism simply removed such creatures. They were worthless to humanity, nothing but an encumbrance to their Volk. Even the bees get rid of the drones when they can no longer be of service to the hive. The Bolshevik procedures are thus quite natural."[8]

To Hitler, nationalism was a matter of race rather than common values. The values were important but almost always defined in the culture of the collective. He claimed a belief in private property as allowed by the state but so did the communists until they needed more capital than their brand of socialism was producing.

  • "Socialism is the science of dealing with the common weal. Communism is not Socialism. Marxism is not Socialism. The Marxians have stolen the term and confused its meaning. I shall take Socialism away from the Socialists. Socialism is an ancient Aryan, Germanic institution. Our German ancestors held certain lands in common. They cultivated the idea of the common weal. Marxism has no right to disguise itself as socialism. Socialism, unlike Marxism, does not repudiate private property. Unlike Marxism, it involves no negation of personality, and unlike Marxism, it is patriotic. We might have called ourselves the Liberal Party. We chose to call ourselves the National Socialists. We are not internationalists. Our socialism is national. We demand the fulfillment of the just claims of the productive classes by the state on the basis of race solidarity. To us state and race are one." [9]

Hitler saw socialism as a duty of man to his fellowman, which is interesting because that is the way Religion was defined in America just two hundred years ago. Pure religion was defined as how you took care of that common duty without the help of the state. Socialism is the religion of the state, but it uses force through men who exercise authority rather than through charity.

  • Socialism as the final concept of duty, the ethical duty of work, not just for oneself but also for one’s fellow man’s sake, and above all the principle: Common good before own good, a struggle against all parasitism and especially against easy and unearned income. And we were aware that in this fight we can rely on no one but our own people. We are convinced that socialism in the right sense will only be possible in nations and races that are Aryan, and there in the first place we hope for our own people and are convinced that socialism is inseparable from nationalism.” [10]

Capitalism is only an economic system, but it is the economic system of the individual by its nature. Socialism is both a political system and an economic system, and therefore by its nature is only tolerant of the individual as long as he serves the collective. Hitler was adamant about that.

  • "In the past—that is, for most people it is still the present-the individual is everything, everything is directed at maintaining his life and improving his existence, everything focuses on him. ... In socialism of the future, on the other hand, what counts is the whole, the community of the Volk. The individual and his life play only a subsidiary role. He can be sacrificed—he is prepared to sacrifice himself should the whole demand it."[8]

In Socialism, there is no need for God, for the collective is god and its leaders are the "gods many" of its society. This is why they need no god and imagine themselves content with atheism. The heuristics of the term "God" includes the phrase "divine will", which has always been defined as "right reason". Determining what is right reason may remain the province of the individual in unencumbered capitalism, but it becomes the proposition of a few and eventually the dictate of tyrants in socialism.

  • "But we National Socialists wish precisely to attract all socialists, even the Communists; we wish to win them over from their international camp to the national one.(p. 26)... After all, that’s exactly why we call ourselves National Socialists! We want to start by implementing socialism in our nation among our Volk! It is not until the individual nations are socialist that they can address themselves to international socialism." (p. 288)[8]

So, it should be abundantly clear that Hitler was socialist, advocated socialism, and gathered socialists to his cause. His goal was not simply as a nationalist but worldwide socialism. Yes, he was racist, but that was simply to utilize the cohesive elements of identity politics. Demonizing any group, especially to justify your own position as the result of victimhood, is playing the same mind game as Hitler.

When a retired Air Force officer posted a meme that said Hitler was a socialist he went to "Facebook Jail" until it was removed. That is [[
Socialism is the religion people get when they lose their religion[11]

Religion today has become a myriad of opinions about God promoted by entertaining homiletics[12] and imaginative hermeneutics.[13] Religion and its institutions in the last 100 years has ceased to be the welfare of religious communities that we saw in the first century Church and many churches little more than a century ago. There is no significant daily ministration in the Church today. The welfare benefits which were originally the province of a charitable Church have become the territory of the authoritarian State which not only engages the youth but binds them to Public religion.

So the statement about putting "self first" or "rising individualism" is incorrect. It is the rising collectivism, the culture of identity politics and a lack of knowledge about the true purpose of religion and the nature of Pure Religion that has brought about the fleeing of false religion.

The Modern Church has abandoned the basics of Pure Religion for a strong delusion which allows people to become workers of iniquity while thinking they are following The Way and the doctrines of Jesus. It is time to Repent.


The study also implies that an “increasing acknowledgment that religion is not consistent with scientific understanding”. This is also the result of redefining the word Religion. Our series on Quantum and String theory counters that idea.



What is posing as religion in what we commonly call the Modern Church or synagogues today produces endless debate with none of the substance of righteousness.

Because the Churches have accepted the Corban of the Pharisees as the norm of society they are making the word of God to none effect and their own role in society and the lives of the youth superfluous. In any case, almost none of these modern Churches practice what James called Pure Religion.]The claim that Hitler was in favor of socialism seems reasonable. People claim everyone from Jordan Peterson to Donald Trump are Hitler, with a plethora of graphic mustached meme-making, and they do not get sent to Facebook Jail.

Hitler was a socialist.

Socialism is the religion people get when they lose their religion[14]

Religion today has become a myriad of opinions about God promoted by entertaining homiletics[15] and imaginative hermeneutics.[16] Religion and its institutions in the last 100 years has ceased to be the welfare of religious communities that we saw in the first century Church and many churches little more than a century ago. There is no significant daily ministration in the Church today. The welfare benefits which were originally the province of a charitable Church have become the territory of the authoritarian State which not only engages the youth but binds them to Public religion.

So the statement about putting "self first" or "rising individualism" is incorrect. It is the rising collectivism, the culture of identity politics and a lack of knowledge about the true purpose of religion and the nature of Pure Religion that has brought about the fleeing of false religion.

The Modern Church has abandoned the basics of Pure Religion for a strong delusion which allows people to become workers of iniquity while thinking they are following The Way and the doctrines of Jesus. It is time to Repent.


The study also implies that an “increasing acknowledgment that religion is not consistent with scientific understanding”. This is also the result of redefining the word Religion. Our series on Quantum and String theory counters that idea.



What is posing as religion in what we commonly call the Modern Church or synagogues today produces endless debate with none of the substance of righteousness.

Because the Churches have accepted the Corban of the Pharisees as the norm of society they are making the word of God to none effect and their own role in society and the lives of the youth superfluous. In any case, almost none of these modern Churches practice what James called Pure Religion.
  1. Homiletics is the art of constructing a sermon or speech.
  2. Hermeneutics is the theory and methodology of interpretation, especially the interpretation of biblical texts, wisdom literature, and philosophical texts.
  3. the interconnected nature of social categorizations such as race, class, and gender as they apply to a given individual or group, regarded as creating overlapping and interdependent systems of discrimination or disadvantage.
  4. the mental discomfort (psychological stress) experienced by a person who simultaneously holds two or more contradictory beliefs, ideas, or values.
  5. As quoted in Hitler and I, Otto Strasser, Boston, MA, Houghton Mifflin Company (1940) p. 106
  6. 6.0 6.1 "Why We Are Anti-Semites," August 15, 1920 speech in Munich at the Hofbräuhaus. Translated from Vierteljahrshefte für Zeitgeschichte, 16. Jahrg., 4. H. (Oct., 1968), pp. 390-420. Edited by Carolyn Yeager.
  7. Speech given on December 28, 1938, quoted in The Speeches of Adolf Hitler: April 1922-August 1939 pg. 93
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 Hitler: Memoirs of a Confidant (1978), Attributed by Otto Wagener in Hitler: Memoirs of a Confidant, editor, Henry Ashby Turner, Jr., Yale University Press (1985). pp.16-17
  9. Interview with George Sylvester Viereck, 1923
  10. Why We Are Anti-Semites, "August 15, 1920 speech in Munich at the Hofbräuhaus. Speech also was known as "Why Are We Anti-Semites?" Translated from Vierteljahrshefte für Zeitgeschichte, 16. Jahrg., 4. H. (Oct., 1968), pp. 390-420. Edited by Carolyn Yeager.
  11. Richard John Neuhaus, 1936 – 2009, prominent American clergyman.
  12. Homiletics is the art of constructing a sermon or speech.
  13. Hermeneutics is the theory and methodology of interpretation, especially the interpretation of biblical texts, wisdom literature, and philosophical texts.
  14. Richard John Neuhaus, 1936 – 2009, prominent American clergyman.
  15. Homiletics is the art of constructing a sermon or speech.
  16. Hermeneutics is the theory and methodology of interpretation, especially the interpretation of biblical texts, wisdom literature, and philosophical texts.