System distancing involves measures taken to reduce or stop the spread of the evil System within one's own individual being and the hope that such action might help to reduce or stop the spread of the evil System in the greater world.
The extent to which people will be able to distance themselves from the System will depend on individual circumstances and individual outcomes will vary; nevertheless, I believe the effort must be made.
The most significant step any individual can take in this time and place is to sincerely acknowledge, once and for all, that the System, together with the Establishment that runs it, is evil - meaning it is anti-God, anti-spiritual, anti-Truth, anti-Beauty, and anti-Goodness.
This simple acknowledgment doesn't seem like much, but it is incredibly significant. At its very core, it is the choice of good over evil; virtue over sin; truth over lies; courage over fear; reality over unreality; salvation over damnation; love over hate; and hope over despair.
Look at it this way: The more we distance ourselves from the System, the closer we draw to God and Creation. Thus, this movement away is simultaneously a movement toward.
Not long after that, I began to refer to system distancing as a spiritual imperative, and later posted some thoughts about how system distancing might facilitate divine providence.
I mention all of this now – closing in on three years after the start of the birdemic – because I am utterly convinced that system distancing at the spiritual level is a necessity rather than an option.
Nearly everywhere I look I see too much System and not enough distance.
Put another way, those who have refused to practice adequate system distancing are making it increasingly difficult for themselves to commit to and remain on the right side of the spiritual war.
Why? Because system distancing requires strong answers to relatively easy questions. It requires sacrifice. It also requires a great deal of repentance. Unfortunately, the less distanced people are from the System, the less inclined they will be to recognize the need for repentance.
Case in point, Vox Day recently featured a letter by Archbishop Vigano in which Vigano demanded repentance from the Catholic Hierarchy for its support of the birdemic peck. Nearly a month has passed since Vigano posted that letter, and thus far, it has elicited nothing but crickets from Rome.
Of course, the Catholic Church is not alone in this. Nearly all major mainstream Christian churches behaved shamefully when it came to anything related to the birdemic, and like the Catholic Church, they continue to do so now, primarily by refusing to acknowledge any need to repent their appalling complicity or egregious actions, many of which continue to this day.
That the leadership within Christian churches callously ignores calls for repentance is hardly surprising. The majority of the people ordained for religious duties within churches are aligned with the overall System agenda. But what of the laity? Unfortunately, things don’t improve much at that level. Most churchgoers with whom I have raised the issue of birdemic-related repentance have reacted quite disparagingly to the notion of church repentance.
The reasons for the generally dismissive attitude about church repentance vary significantly, yet they all inevitably share one thing in common – insufficient system distancing. Whenever I encounter anyone who insists that churches have nothing to repent for, I know I am dealing with an individual who is still hopelessly tethered to the System.
In the call for repentance Vox Day featured on his blog, Vigano made the following remarkable observation concerning system distancing (bold added):
I further believe, Most Reverend Eminence, that the time has come for the Holy See to definitively distance itself from those private entities and multinational corporations that have believed that they can use the authority of the Catholic Church to endorse the neo-malthusian project of the United Nations’ Agenda2030 and the World Economic Forum’s Great Reset.
It is not tolerable that the voice of the Church of Christ continues to be complicit in a plan to reduce the global population based on the chronic pathologization of humanity and the induction of sterility; and this is even more necessary in the face of the scandalous conflict of interests to which the Holy See is exposed by accepting sponsorship and funding from the architects of these criminal plans.
Time will tell if the Holy See or other Christian churches do distance themselves from the System and its evil agenda. I could be wrong, but I do not believe that day will come for the simple reason that the longer something goes unrepented, the less likely it is to ever be repented. As far as I can tell, when it comes to the System, the churches are “all in”, and it doesn’t look like anything is going to change that.
Churches will likely continue to ignore or dismiss all calls for system distancing, but individual Christians must not do the same.
System distancing truly is a spiritual imperative. Without it, Christians are lost.