The loneliness, frustration, boredom, betrayal, unemployment, and other stressors that we experience as pro-white Christians living in a degenerate age expose real needs that demand real fulfillment. Like Job’s comforters, the empty promises offered by abuse of food, drink, sex, and the like consistently fail to meet those real needs. The illusion of comfort in physical and material gratification acts like a road sign someone maliciously mislabeled, which misleads its victims into dead ends and pitfalls. Believing the empty promises of life’s illusory promises results in guilt, hardships on top of the struggles we were already experiencing, and no positive movement towards our goals.
As I’ve written in a previous article, in order for us to realize a better life and a better, pro-white, Christian world, we dissidents must become holier, stronger, smarter and wealthier, beautiful, truer, and Spiritually fruitful.
For nations, families, or individuals, this holds true: just as there is no substitute for victory, substitutes will not lead us to victory. The main thing must be the main thing. Financial hardship can be solved only by financial growth. Loneliness can be cured only by building relationships. Drinking, anger, porn, binge eating, and other false comforters will never solve these or any other problems.
Facing our real problems takes real courage. Inventing chaos in our lives – such as developing an addiction, abruptly quitting a job without a plan in place, or beginning a romantic relationship that does not have any prospect of a healthy, godly future – will not fix the real problems we face.
There is a place for temporal comforts. The line between too much comfort, and the right amount of comfort, is not a dividing line but a directional compass. Which way is this comfort directing me? Towards solving my problems, or towards momentarily escaping them by hiding underneath a new problem I’ve created for myself? In addition to being consistent with Scripture, the mark of godly solutions is that they bring real satisfaction to our needy souls. The mark of false comforters is that they ultimately add to our grief.
Day to day and crisis to crisis, have courage to admit that your problems are real, and that your pain is real too. Then have faith to rely on God’s power which resides in you, which enables you to find real solutions to your problems. This is the way to real personal success, a future for white children, and security for our people.