Christian Nationalism and charity.

Kevin Ambrose
January 27th, 2017.

The world is in disarray. The Satanic religion of Marxism and it’s Globalist agenda has destabilized nations from the powder keg of the Middle-East to the bedrock of Civilization in Western Europe. As the world goes to hell around us the enemy has used a strategic campaign to turn the goodwill of Christians everywhere against us. They have weaponized our sense of Christian charity and they have used it against us. One of the biggest arguments against Christian Nationalism is the alleged lack of charity. This, like all Marxist propaganda, is a lie.

The Importance Of Charity

Our Holy Bible is very clear in the Gospel about the importance of Christian charity:

One who is gracious to a poor man lends to the LORD, And He will repay him for his good deed. -Proverbs 19:17

And if you give yourself to the hungry And satisfy the desire of the afflicted, Then your light will rise in darkness And your gloom will become like midday. -Isaiah 58:10

But whoever has the world’s goods, and sees his brother in need and closes his heart against him, how does the love of God abide in him? -1 John 3:17

Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ was even more direct:

Give to him who asks of you, and do not turn away from him who wants to borrow from you. -Matthew 5:42

But give that which is within as charity, and then all things are clean for you. -Luke 11:41

The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no commandment greater than these. -Mark 12:31

Notice the deeply personal nature of Christ’s words. He is speaking directly to us as individual Christians. His words are a mandate to all Christians to care for their neighbors, family and fellow citizens. It is not an order to open the gates of your city to a heretical enemy who seeks the destruction of our culture and Church. In fact, the Holy Bible warns numerous times about the dangers such barbarians hold. Did King David open the gates to the Philistines? Did God ever demand his Elect take in those who would put their families and the future of their faith at risk?

The answer is a definitive no. Yet this does not stop non-Christian Marxists from attempting to define what Christian charity is. We need to look to God, not to CNN, for what is best for our nation. We need to abandon the Marxist concept that our faith needs to be divorced from our politics. Through Christian Nationalism we need to make God an integral part of American life once more.

Christian Nationalism Is Charitable

A key position within Marxist propaganda is that only the government is capable of serving the needs of the masses. This is the opposite of what Christian Nationalism preaches. We reaffirm the the famous words of President Ronald Reagan when he said: “The most terrifying words in the English language are: I’m from the government and I’m here to help.” President Reagan understood that a government divorced from God’s Will is an easily corruptible and dangerous entity. For when we remove God from our government, our culture or our lives it leaves a void. A void which does not remain vacant but that is invariably filled by other nefarious catalysts. The nature of intent is simple: it either serves God or it serves the Devil.

Governmental charity is not charity at all. It is a social control mechanism that is aimed at keeping a dependent populace under the control of government. It is said “If you give a man a fish you will feed him for a day. If you teach the man to fish you will feed him for a lifetime.” but that is not what government welfare teaches nor practices. In government they believe “If you give a man a fish you will have a voter for lifetime.”

In our opposition to this modern slavery we see the true strength of Christian Nationalism which aims to strengthen the capable and care for the incapable. Not through heavily taxed and misappropriated funds but rather through direct action via our Churches and foundations. Both of which serve a greater purpose than Marxist social programs. It is our position that when left to their Christian duty all denominations of Christianity will provide superior care for their immediate communities. Christian Nationalists view charity as not only required but righteous in it’s proper form.

So what the Left means when they say that Christian Nationalism is uncharitable is that we prefer to observe Christ’s mandate directly and personally as was intended. By doing so we deprive the Marxist coffers of the funds they desperately need to push their social agenda. Funds they need not for charity, but for conquest.

The Case For Refugees

We must always remember that the foundation of the weaponized charity that Marxists push upon Christian nations is based almost entirely in emotional catalysts. They do not deal with facts, they shun them as statistics on refugees and welfare almost always reaffirm the concerns which Christian Nationalists have with their platform. Instead they show us pictures like this, of a drowned refugee child:

But they go to great lengths to not show us pictures like this:

The second image is of a young girl who was killed during the Nice terrorist truck attack. Much like the poor child who drowned her death was entirely avoidable by embracing the principles of Christian Nationalism. As Christian Nationalists we advocate for a platform in which foreign policy would ensure that ISIS never would have destabilized the Middle-East. We demand that aid for those displaced by such conflicts be given in the region and that government and private charities work together to provide a refugee center that provides help without allowing a back door for terrorists into Western nations. This is not only obtainable, it is also cheaper and safer for all parties involved. In addition to this we also demand that the Left draw attention to the lack of Muslim charity as Islamic nations refuse to take refugees due to the risk it brings despite Saudi Arabia having the means to help far more than Western nations.

Christian Nationalism also asserts that government has no right to make the decision to resettle potentially dangerous people without consulting the citizens of the nation. At no point did Christ justify forcing charity at gun point via taxation or secular decree. As a representative republic the American people have every right to demand that refugee resettlement cease. To do this not a “Anti-Christian”. It is a common sense approach to a complex problem which has better alternatives than those currently deployed.

Christian Nationalism Better Serves Us All

Above all else Christian Nationalism states that our first obligation is to God and Country. As men it is our duty to protect our families and societies. When done properly charity will further a nation, not hinder it. It will strengthen the weak, not enslave them. It will be a reflection of Christ’s mandate, not a perversion of it.

We at the Christian Nationalist Alliance refuse to allow non-believers to define Christian principles. Please consider joining the Alliance to help us reclaim our nation and our faith from the clutches of Marxism.