Communism better than Christianity in politics?

Given a choice between more Christian influence or more Communist influence in Australia, the Left will choose Communism.

It goes something like this, “Forget Coronavirus, the Chinese Communist Party and Climate Change – the greatest threat to Australia is … a Christian movement having adherents and power in government.”

Social media demonstrates plenty of targeting of Hillsong, but in the main, Hillsong’s positions are whimsical compared to other more serious churches, especially evangelical Reformed, fundamentalist Baptist, old time Pentecostal and Brethren type groups.

Serious Christianity is more hated by the Left than the influence of China. Yet Christian influences have been for the increased welfare and common-weal of the West. The Left want to forget that, they want to live lives according to the Marxist dream, not realising that the CCP is a face-stomping tyranny.

This leads to another problem –the influence of leftist thinking into the centre-right. Just how far has anti-Christian or christophobic thinking pervaded the libertarian political clique?

These have demonstrated a readiness to both compromise with the Left and use their chameleon-like tendencies when it comes to promoting right wing or traditional positions, such as their position on man-made climate change.

When the tide is anti-CCP, they are anti-CCP. But there is another tendency which exists under the surface.

One might expect that if a society was run by Christians, that these would be leaders who believe that every Australian is made in the image of God and therefore has intrinsic value and worth. Is that evil? Would that really cause the small “c” conservatives to get with their boyfriends over to China to escape a Christian regime?

Christian influence in national leadership is made out to be dangerous. Churches are made to appear as cults. The Christian message is made akin to Nazism.

Eye witness testimonies are forthcoming of IPA members who supported the heckling, vilification and opposition to Margaret Court. Several Liberal Party members have complained that Senator James Paterson’s office was used as the headquarters for supplying pro-same sex marriage material and shutting down any Christian dissent to Malcolm Turnbull’s plebiscite. The organised small “c” conservative front talks about religious rights, but in the end they are in practice more politically aligned with the immorality of Marxism than with the aims and intents of Christian values in politics.

It is well recognised that there is a kind of cold war on Christianity, where it seems as if white Christians are particularly targeted by the Left.

The small “c” conservatives talk a good game about how various views can be expressed and rights to free speech. But in practice, they are committed to speech and to an ideology which pushes the very things which Christianity is against.

The question then is what would China do? Does it want more liberties or more Christianity in the West? They understand that the first step is to ensure that the Communists have liberty, and solid Christianity is antithical to Communism. Small “c” conservativism finds itself having more in common with the Left and may even ultimately be compromised with the CCP.

The centre-right needs to wake up and shake itself free from Fabian-left infiltration and CCP corruption, reaffirm their highest commitment to Australia and the underlying traditions which made us great.

Communism better than Christianity in politics?

Given a choice between more Christian influence or more Communist influence in Australia, the Left will choose Communism.

It goes something like this, “Forget Coronavirus, the Chinese Communist Party and Climate Change – the greatest threat to Australia is … a Christian movement having adherents and power in government.”

Social media demonstrates plenty of targeting of Hillsong, but in the main, Hillsong’s positions are whimsical compared to other more serious churches, especially evangelical Reformed, fundamentalist Baptist, old time Pentecostal and Brethren type groups.

Serious Christianity is more hated by the Left than the influence of China. Yet Christian influences have been for the increased welfare and common-weal of the West. The Left want to forget that, they want to live lives according to the Marxist dream, not realising that the CCP is a face-stomping tyranny.

This leads to another problem –the influence of leftist thinking into the centre-right. Just how far has anti-Christian or christophobic thinking pervaded the libertarian political clique?

These have demonstrated a readiness to both compromise with the Left and use their chameleon-like tendencies when it comes to promoting right wing or traditional positions, such as their position on man-made climate change.

When the tide is anti-CCP, they are anti-CCP. But there is another tendency which exists under the surface.

One might expect that if a society was run by Christians, that these would be leaders who believe that every Australian is made in the image of God and therefore has intrinsic value and worth. Is that evil? Would that really cause the small “c” conservatives to get with their boyfriends over to China to escape a Christian regime?

Christian influence in national leadership is made out to be dangerous. Churches are made to appear as cults. The Christian message is made akin to Nazism.

Eye witness testimonies are forthcoming of IPA members who supported the heckling, vilification and opposition to Margaret Court. Several Liberal Party members have complained that Senator James Paterson’s office was used as the headquarters for supplying pro-same sex marriage material and shutting down any Christian dissent to Malcolm Turnbull’s plebiscite. The organised small “c” conservative front talks about religious rights, but in the end they are in practice more politically aligned with the immorality of Marxism than with the aims and intents of Christian values in politics.

It is well recognised that there is a kind of cold war on Christianity, where it seems as if white Christians are particularly targeted by the Left.

The small “c” conservatives talk a good game about how various views can be expressed and rights to free speech. But in practice, they are committed to speech and to an ideology which pushes the very things which Christianity is against.

The question then is what would China do? Does it want more liberties or more Christianity in the West? They understand that the first step is to ensure that the Communists have liberty, and solid Christianity is antithical to Communism. Small “c” conservativism finds itself having more in common with the Left and may even ultimately be compromised with the CCP.

The centre-right needs to wake up and shake itself free from Fabian-left infiltration and CCP corruption, reaffirm their highest commitment to Australia and the underlying traditions which made us great.