When Mammon Rules



“Ye cannot serve God and mammon”.

When the false god Mammon rules, one’s folk are neglected and society begins to fracture. When Mammon sits upon his golden throne in our hearts, our minds are blinded to obvious truths. Children and home life suffer as father pursues advancement. Morality becomes questionable, and relative. Love of family and neighbors dulls. Ties to one’s kith and kin slowly fragment as all leave home in search of wealth. Political choices are now based on economics -not on theology, accumulated ancestral wisdom, well considered ideology, or the traditions and interest of one’s ethnos. When Mammon rules, all that is good dies.

In a Christian culture this is understood as plain truth. But of course, America long ago ceased to be a Christian culture. Christ himself proclaimed that: “No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon”. —Matthew 6:24

Desire for what one does not need is an unquenchable thirst, and can easily transform itself into the ever-widening pathway to eternal perdition. When lavish excess is justified in one’s heart, at what point does one draw the line to pursue it no farther?

Lust for money is what drove men from the land. Why work the farm, till the soil, when money may be made in town? Money to buy stuff with. Stuff that might not even have existed 20 years before. God, kin, and culture were neglected so that man might buy things.

Principled and honorable men like George Washington and Robert E. Lee do not rise from materialistic and mammon centered societies. Whatever noblesse oblige existed died when aristocracy did. The code of honor was replaced with the business model.

People do not practice self-sacrifice for kith and kin, for God and country, when wealth and comfort have become the focus of their life. A society that worships mammon will never be free.

As other nationalists have noted, capitalism and communism are just two sides of the same materialistic coin. Taken in their philosophical purity, and in their practical reality, both reject God, kin ties, benevolent agrarianism, and just government. I reject them both. I am calling out for a return to Southern Agrarianism, without the Negro slaves.

When Mammon rules, a certain tribe comes to prominence in economics and media, and eventually in politics. This (((tribe))) has been money-changing for about 2,000 years. The Rothschild family is not the first of their tribe to work markets and manipulate kingdoms.

Present day Imperial America is a rotting culture given over to materialism. At this point, for many reasons, it is no longer possible -or worth- salvaging. I am tired of this materialistic culture. What about you? Are you willing to begin to peacefully unplug from it?


3 thoughts on “When Mammon Rules

  1. I’m finding peacefully unplugging is a lot more difficult than it sounds. Partly due to the circumstances Im in of course, but also difficult in nearly any circumstance.
    The near complete disconnect of personal relationships creates an environment where building the bonds necessary to support yourself, family and community are extremely difficult. When you’re scraping to get by, as is nearly everyone around you, you tend to focus surviving day to day and paycheck to paycheck.
    But maybe that’s just me.


  2. I appreciated the revelation of perceiving mammon in the industrial revolution and leaving the soil ( soul). It is the current or ancient law of commerce that has superseded the moral and divine laws. At this time of celebration of light over darkness these thoughts are a glow of hope , joy and awakening.


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