To associate with neoreaction is to deny God
June 20, 2014 § 135 Comments
He that is not with me, is against me: and he that gathereth not with me, scattereth. – Matthew 12:30
I am quickly reaching the conclusion that neoreaction or the “dark enlightenment” is an essentially secular, anti-Christian movement founded on an intransigent postmodern deconstructionism. Blasphemy against Christ and His Church is central to neoreactionary thought.
Here is Foseti:
If pressed, I’d go further. If I was forced to pick the one key tenet of the neoreaction, I’d pick this understanding of Progressivism. To the reactionary, Progressivism is a nontheistic Christain sect. If you don’t understand Progressivism in this way, you simply don’t understand Progressivism.
Here Foseti quotes the godfather of neoreaction, Mencius Moldbug:
If there is one general weakness in the conservative strategy, it strikes me as this unwillingness to admit that “liberalism” is actually mainline Protestantism, which is actually Christianity.
There do appear to be a few at least partial dissenters, filling the role that good conservatives fill in all essentially modernist movements: adding respectability and preventing mistakes from being corrected. But any movement that considers verbal games insinuating that Richard Dawkins is really a “non-theistic Christian” profound, as some kind of big “agree and amplify” of protestant heretics, is either a dead end or worse.
And it is certainly no place for serious Catholics.
UPDATE: Added epigraph.