Right-wing conservatism, rooted in the bedrock of orthodox Christianity, offers a robust framework for societal stability and individual flourishing, argues Andrew Wilson (husband of Occult Feminism author Rachel Wilson).
The Christian ethos, with its emphasis on personal responsibility, moral integrity, and the sanctity of life, serves as the moral compass that guides conservative thought. This isn’t just about individual salvation; it’s about creating a society where people can live in harmony, bound by a shared set of values and principles. These values are often best nurtured within the family unit, the cornerstone of any stable society. The family is not just a social construct but a divine institution, designed to provide a nurturing environment where individuals can grow, learn, and become responsible members of society.
Traditional values, dismissed by postmodernists as outdated or restrictive, are actually the glue that holds society together.
They provide a sense of continuity and stability, something increasingly rare in our fast-paced, ever-changing world. These values are often most effectively instilled within the family, where the roles of men and women complement each other in a harmonious balance.
Feminism, meanwhile, has led to the erosion of family structures and traditional masculinity. The egalitarian push for ‘equality’ has deliberately ignored the differences between men and women, operating as a catalyst towards transhumanism and the homogenisation of the sexes, hence the phrase “what is a woman?”.
There is importance in action and standing up for what is right and true.
We must defend the institutions and values that have stood the test of time. To abandon these principles is to abandon the very foundations upon which Western civilisation was built.
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