It’s such a privilege to be alive. To be free from pain and social isolation. Why would anyone want to put another nonviolent person in an assault cage to deprive them of these things in the precious few years each of us have on this Earth?
The definition of a leftist is one who uses the rhetoric of Marxist victimism to market plain old state-corporatism, aka fascism, to the masses.
The Leftist view of justice is to complain about white people having dreadlocks, Abuser-run Hollywood Oscar nomination quotas for blacks, and racist conspiracies against “Russians.”
The Christ imitator’s view of justice means freeing millions of black persons, and all other persons, from violent prisons for all victimless crimes and regulations, uniting sons and daughters with parents, and empowering human dignity free from the warfare/welfare state.
Which justice do you want?
“In olden times, people used to look for scapegoats in those who were different in appearance and behavior. Then the crucifixion happened and, finally, we started making progress and tried hard to move away from the child sacrifice and witch hunting. We identified, with the compassion of Christ, that these people needed special care so that they would be able to blend into society. But today we are seeing a reversal of revelation with a subtle but obvious return to pagan sacrifice, and the so-called secularists are at a loss, as they should be.” – Surit Dasgupta
For All Saints Day, David Gornoski interviews Jason Jones, a film producer, author, activist and Catholic human rights worker. As fellow students of Rene Girard, they explore the foundational principles of Catholic social teaching, social justice victimism, how the unborn child is the ultimate scapegoat in the West, and how loving our neighbor can transform society while costing us dearly as we become scapegoats by proximity of society’s victims.
For the past 25+ years, Jason Jones has worked to defend the most vulnerable — from the homeless on the streets of Los Angeles to persecuted Christians in Africa, from women in crisis pregnancies to victims of “honor killing” in Iran. He is the founder of Serviam USA, a group dedicated to advancing Catholic social teaching to the general public. Learn more about Serviam here.
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Episode 6 introduces us to Michael Gibson, General Partner of 1517 Fund, the university-defying capital fund aimed at empowering young entrepreneurs to make the world better through science and innovation. Named after the date of Martin Luther’s 95 theses, 1517 Fund is hosting a General Assembly on October 31, 2017. Learn more here: https://medium.com/the-mission/announ…
Hosted by writer and speaker David Gornoski, A Neighbor’s Choice is a media platform and online show that examines the role of violence and religion in public life. Subscribe to our channel for fresh new content and world-class interviews with top theologians, philosophers, prison guards, soldiers, and other diverse voices. Visit http://www.aneighborschoice.com for essays, teaching tools, and how you can be a part of A Neighbor’s Choice. Support A Neighbor’s Choice radio show and project here: http://aneighborschoice.com/contribute/
David Gornoski’s essays are featured at publications such as The American Conservative, FEE.org, Lewrockwell.com, WND.com, and AffluentInvestor.com.