The Rainbow is Chaos


“But know this, that in the last days perilous times will come; for men will be lovers of themselves, lovers of money, boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, unholy, unloving, unforgiving, slanderers, without self-control, brutal, despisers of good,

Traitors, headstrong, haughty, lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God, having a form of godliness but denying its power. And from such people turn away!

For of this sort are those who creep into households and make captives of gullible women loaded down with sins, led away by various lusts, always learning and never able to come to the knowledge of the truth.”

-2 Timothy 3:2-7


This passage describes social and cultural decay. And doesn’t it sound familiar?

Our institutions, namely public schools, universities, the church and the media are either supporting that which leads to what is described above, or they are actively pushing it. Support for “progress” is being normalized via the mainstream media. There is a disconnect however between the world constructed by the mainstream media and the opinions of ordinary people. There is a contingent of hyper-liberal, affluent, guilt ridden whites who see it as their duty to self-destruct because of their adherence to an interpretation of history, the narrative of which is founded in a Marxist view of history with the whites as overlords. Being progressive is taking on this narrative and applying the concept of Original Sin to it, thus providing the ground for one to seek repentance and absolve themselves of inherited guilt. Of course this is absurd and has built the current regime of social chaos.

The rainbow flag, used by militant LGBT factions and popular among the above mentioned guilt-ridden hyper-liberals needs a new interpretation of what it symbolizes other than the usual “pride” and “progress” interpretations. The following interpretation reveals that it symbolizes neither and that the all-too-familiar tactic of double-speak is employed to mask what the flag (and the movement under its colours) really symbolize.

What is a rainbow? It is the refraction and dispersion of white light. Light is order. The Rainbow1.svgvarious parts of light are unified in a whole and makes the physical world visible. The rainbow signifies chaos as the unified whole of light is broken up into many parts. This is the situation we face today. Understood in this way it becomes clear why people are struggling to find purpose and meaning. Finding purpose and meaning in chaos, however alluring it is, (masquerading as “new” or “avant-garde” and therefore good) results in further confusion as the unwritten laws that govern chaotic potential are subject to radical change at any time. Therefore one cannot orient oneself. There is no guidance, no governing principle. The result is an even greater fragmented sense of self and one’s place in the world. As a result of individual fragmentation (the fragmentation of the self) society on a grander scale becomes fragmented. With no social cohesion we cannot claim to have a society. Though we still have some semblance of social cohesion, it is dying. Any confusion or anxiety about the state of the world is largely due to the dying off of social cohesion.

The rainbow flag symbolizes chaos. The movement that marches under its colours fully embraces and practices chaos. They reject the light that brings order to our world. This light can also be referred to as Logos: order, reason, truth. Logos is the governing principle of the universe. It is aligned with nature of which we are a part. Logos has no flag as it is eternal and present in all things. Adopting Logos into one’s life is the only way to fight against socially engineered chaos. It is at this junction that people arrive to see their rainbow temple for what it truly is after the veil has been torn away. The choice to walk in the light or the broken light lay before them.



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