This line of thinking immediately raises a couple of key questions.
First, what is "the West" to which the authors are referring?
Second, what is the nature of the "stronger emergence" these authors imagine?
One would like to assume that the authors and thinkers currently endorsing the West and its "stronger emergence" believe in the central characteristics of the West as a civilization. These central characteristics include:
- Rational thinking
- Modern technology
- Human rights
- Scientific thinking
Thus, when said authors speculate about how the West can emerge stronger, they are undoubtedly committing themselves to the potential ways in which the characteristics noted above can be defended and fortified.
On the surface, this is all very noble and high-minded, but it ignores an essential and glaring reality -- the West has not only abandoned all of its central civilizational characteristics, it is also presently waging war against all them, to the point that it is not outlandish to declare that all of the central characteristics of Western Civilization have already been destroyed and are, effectively, a thing of the past.
So, what is Western Civilization today? The simplest way to conceptualize it is to put the prefix "anti" before every single one of the central characteristics noted above and before the many other highborn characteristics not included on that list.
Thus, the West is presently:
- Anti-rational thinking
- Anti-individualism (unless its in the form of "alone together atomization and alienation")
- Anti-Christianity (unless it is sycophantic System Christianity)
- Anti-modern technology (unless it is used to control, enslave, monitor, distract, destroy, and damn)
- Anti-human rights (unless the rights are manufactured, perverted "rights"
- Anti-scientific thinking (no real explanation required)
For this reason, anyone who calls for the emergence of a "stronger" West is in fact calling for the nourishing and buttressing of a blatantly evil System that is not only anti-West in the most fundamental of ways, but also anti-God and Creation.
Anyone calling for the materialization of a stronger West is -- knowingly or unknowingly -- calling for the continued development of an evil, soulless, dishonest, enslaving, soul-destroying, satanic, technocratic, form of anti-God and anti-Creation totalitarianism hellbent on destruction and damnation.
Furthermore, anyone who fails to recognize or understand that the West has already been thoroughly gutted and fatally corrupted is either hopelessly deluded or intentionally evil. There is no gray area here!
Equally important, anyone who believes that the "classic" concept of the West can be revived is either pitifully confused, woefully deranged, or intentionally devious.
The previous form of the West cannot be reinstalled on a whim. Notwithstanding, the West, in its current form, cannot be allowed to continue.
None of this is easy to say, let alone accept, especially for us Westerners. Yet it must be said, and it must be accepted. To do otherwise is to set oneself up for damnation.
I, for one, do not want the emergence of a "stronger West" because to desire such a thing in this time and place is to desire the destruction of God and Creation.
Any "stronger emergence" of the West at this point in history will result in the strengthening of satanic totalitarianism.
What I want is the emergence of a God-aligned West. I sense that we'll get there eventually, but only after this catastrophic period of darkness, despiritualization, dehumanization, decomposition, and destruction is recognized for what it is and thoroughly rejected and repented.
The West is effectively dead. What parades around as the West now is not the West, but the anti-West. The West's only hope lies in resurrection, but this necessitates serious repentance as well as the desire for divine transformation and new life.