Sunday, 18 October 2015

The Darkness of Democracy and its Bitter Fruit

In those days there was no king in Israel: every man did that which was right in his own eyes (Judges 21:25).

Democracy, which should be called demoncracy, is humanity ruling over its affairs, instead of allowing God to do so and submitting to Him. Democracy is not the 'best means' of government to accommodate for a fallen world as many Christians in the west, including the conservative Christians think. No! Such is the vile pragmatism of many in the modern Church, which relies on the flesh, and thus, will think and act from a human perspective.

Jesus said to Peter, when he said something which was a manifestation of reliance on human thought, "Get thee behind me, Satan: thou art an offence unto me: for thou savourest not the things that be of God, but those that be of men" (Matthew 16:23). Indeed, satan has indeed deceived many in the modern Church, including theological conservative Christians who a labouring hard for the Lord, into thinking that it is legitimate to think about anything from a human perspective.

Demoncracy is a game of evil versus evil. Evil people fight against other evil people for their vile disgusting interests. One might argue, that democracy does not necessarily require evil people versus evil people, and that it can involve good people fighting evil. That is a deception. Although righteous people can proclaim what is righteous in democracy, the heart of democracy is not to support righteous people fighting evil or to facilitate it. It is to facilitate what the majority thinks, regardless of its righteousness. 

The issue is that democracy in and of itself has no regard for righteousness as what it deems that the right thing to do is not necessarily what which is in accordance to God's Will. It is precisely that is makes democracy anti-Christian. Treating God's Will as optional is a vile, abominable sin in and of itself. 

Democracy is of the devil. It truly is. That democratic societies were birthed out of rebellion against the authorities and also the Church, and envy for the rich, itself is very revealing. Democracy is of the spirit of mammon, feeding on envy, rebellion, and the desire to satisfy one's own lusts. 

The west now suffers from the bitter fruit of the 'right' to charge usury and rentiers' fees, as a result of the rise of democracy and the free market. Such evils are justified by democracy, on the basis that what should be legal is what people want. Such is a society that believes in its "rights", instead of submitting to God. Demoncracy provides not only the legal and political justification for evil to be legitimised by society, but also the moral justification.

The west deserves to suffer what it is now suffering.