The Decay of the Material

The Roper Report

By Bane

I am not a philosopher, or even what I’d call a particularly deep thinker. I’ve found that a lot of the beauty of nature’s “divine design” gets lost in a sea of over-analysis when people can’t see the forest for the trees. On matters of faith and spirituality I stumble over the kind of minutiae that the great thinkers wouldn’t waste a breath on. But I firmly believe in a few core things: I believe that a spiritual aspect is crucial for a healthy family and society. I believe that a purely material-based paradigm is an unspeakable toxin for a society. I believe that acts of faith and goodness to one’s fellow (White) man are one of the most wholesome and necessary things for a people to prosper, and I believe that these very acts check a man’s pride and keep it at a healthy level. Lastly, I…

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Author: Alfred E. Neuman

70 year old geek, ultra-conservative patriot.