Liberalism and Aseity

January 19, 2023

Homosexual “Marriage” Rally, November 2008, held in NY. Photo taken by CarbonNYC [in SF!].

Let us analyse liberalism. Although it seems to promote individual opinion, liberalism actually destroys true aseity. There was a time when to be liberal meant to state one’s opinions and display personality. The liberals argued about politics and confronted opposing opinions.

Someone might even claim liberalism was an exaggerated aseity, since it stressed extreme individualism.

Only naïve persons would define aseity like that. Actually, it was fashionable to state one’s opinions at the height of liberalism. However, these opinions were really subservient to the public opinion of the times that determined that course of action.

Louis Antoine Léon de Saint-Just, a close friend of Robespierre and was named the Archangel of the Terror, during the French Revolution.

To go outside these established liberal opinions would have taken strong aseity. For example, it would take courage to say, “I defend the principle of inequality of social classes.”

True aseity, therefore, did not really exist. What did exist was true slavery to public opinion imposed under the false appearance of aseity.

The Christian Institution of the Family: A Dynamic Force to Regenerate Society, by Tradition, Family, Property Association. Pgs. 46-47.

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