Recently I renounced conservatism in favor of constitutionalism as an assertion of political self-identification. The goal of conservatism is to slow the progressive agenda. The goal of constitutionalism is to totally roll back the progressive agenda through the pursuit of our own agenda which was set by the Founders: to make America a Shining City on a Hill consistent with their pro-active Biblical worldview.
My first act as a constitutionalist was to expose the false choices of Conservative vs Progressive, Capitalist vs Socialist and Left vs Right because these all define a debate framework created by the Marxist elite to advance their agenda and keep the masses neutralized through polarization.
We must think “outside the box” because that box is actually a trap built by the elites to control us.
The next step, therefore, is to establish a new framework and nomenclature of our own, and strategies and tactics for enacting our agenda.
To that end I am forming a Revolutionary Remnant Regiment.
Revolutionary in the sense that we reject the defensive conservative model in which we react to each new initiative of the Marxists and instead set our own policy objectives that reflect our vision for the future. And revolutionary in the manner in which we operate and the philosophy we hold about political alliances and the essentials of a healthy public consensus.
Remnant in the sense that only Yahweh-worshipers whose worldview is defined by Holy Scripture can grasp the true vision of the Founders. It is group with wide theological parameters as implied by the Preamble to the Declaration of Independence, that can roughly be summarized as “adherents of Creationist Natural Law presuppositions as reflected in the Old and New Testaments of the Bible, capable of distinguishing church from state as separately sovereign ‘coadjuvants’ in a Christian-stewarded “secular” society as the term was understood by the Founders.”
Regiment in the sense that there must be an order to the campaign for restoration of liberty, an order that was best represented during the Revolutionary War by the Black Robed Regiment of Christian clergy who led militias of the continental army. As a long-time member of that regiment philosophically, and by the leading and guidance of the Holy Spirit, I am forming my own “militia” whose weapons of warfare “are not physical, but are mighty in God for pulling down strongholds, casting down arguments and every high thing that exalts itself against the knowledge of God” 2 Corinthians 10:4-5.
I will expand on each of these revolutionary concepts in future essays.
In the meantime, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to enlist.