The Golden Age – Episode 3: Northern Dawn And Canadian Reaction

Welcome to The Golden Age. The podcast airs on Mondays.

— Brought to you by —

Michael Perilloux with special guest Mark Christensen.

Related Show Links:

http://northern-dawn.ca/
http://www.socialmatter.net/2016/10/27/book-review-star-spangled-crown/
http://www.socialmatter.net/2016/09/15/book-review-north-american-high-tory-tradition/

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  1. Thomas Henderson October 21, 2017 at 12:17 am

    Thank you for this interview with Mark Christensen. Refreshing.

    America is the great Whig republic predicated on the revolutionary principles of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Canada is the colossal Tory dominion mandated with the much more orderly “peace, order and good government”.

    The US motto is E PLURIBUS UNUM, “from many, one”, that emphasizes the republic, res publica,/i>, the common weal. Canada’s motto is taken from Psalm 72, A MARI USQUE AD MARE, from sea to sea. The complete quote is “He (the righteous king) shall have dominion from sea to sea, and from the River unto the ends of the earth.”

    Oddly enough, the Canadian Fathers of Confederation may have unwittingly given the country it’s own version of manifest destiny when they coined the designation “Dominion”. The word “dominion” means legitimate authority and in the context of the Psalm refers to King David’s divine mandate over the Promised Land from the great “River” Euphrates to the Mediterranean Sea. At its heart is a faithful monarch whose mission is to extend his legitimate authority – and God’s good purpose – far and wide. Incidentally, another name for the Ottawa River is the Gitchissippi, an Algonquin word meaning “the Great River”. So likewise, Canada is to embody legitimate authority and once it is established from sea to sea, to extend it from the River unto the ends of the earth.

    Canada’s roots in the French royalist and British loyalist past is dismissed by an elite weaned on technocratic materialism and French deconstructionist philosophy. Such nihilistic approaches do not feed the spiritual hunger of the people. If ever there is a Christian awakening, a return to order, a grand repentance or reckoning so to speak, Canada is poised to offer the world legitimacy and authority.

    Civilization may be required to swallow the red (think imperial red) pill again so as to revive – if only we remember to keep it – or at least its formula – in the apothecary. Northern Dawn is one such apothecary.

    The important thing is to remember.

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