Slavery: Public Opinion, Authority, and Aseity

March 2, 2023


The Capture of St. Joan of Arc

With the “planet-satellite” relationship, a person practices virtue in a habitual state of independence that does not clash with obedience. He is independent from the attraction souls feel to accept and conform to the prevailing opinion. He is not one who lets himself be intimidated, mistreated, and dragged along.

Whoever does not practice this legitimate obedience to his aseity becomes a slave of public opinion. Once seduced by the siren song of the masses, he is obliterated and dissolved in their collective spirit. He loses his principles, convictions, independence, and dignity. He is controlled by the masses.

The Christian Institution of the Family: A Dynamic Force to Regenerate Society, by Tradition, Family, Property Association. Pg. 56.



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