I get where they’re coming from. When I moved to Hungary seven years ago, I was singularly impressed by the seeming candidness of Viktor Orbán’s apparent illiberal politics and Christian-national policies, particularly when juxtaposed to the converged governments of the Anglo countries in which I had spent the majority of my life.
Unlike their conservative/right-wing counterparts in other parts of the West, Orbán et al. not only talked the talk, but they also seemed willing to walk the walk. For example, the leaders of most Europe countries responded to the 2015 migrant crisis by asking their citizens to rush to train stations and bus terminals and welcome the mostly 18-35-year-old male “refugees” from the Middle East and North Africa with hugs, balloons, and stuffed animals. Orbán et al. went in the other direction and worked to install a 320-kilometer fence to stem the migrant tide pouring in from the southern border.
Having been in the country for only a few months when this transpired, I must confess that I was dazzled by Orbán’s common sense response to a manufactured globalist crisis. I was even more dazzled by the Hungarian government’s staunch and unwavering defense of the fence after the EU and its globalist-puppet governments began attacking Hungary with their usual arsenal of human rights concerns, Nazi accusations, and fascist labeling. Hungary returned fire by turning on the EU and going against George Soros-funded NGOs.
To put this in perspective, this was at about the same time as the Brexit vote in the United Kingdom and Trump’s election in the United States. A palpable pushback against globalism was in the air; for a few years, it appeared the anti-globalist political forces might succeed in putting a halt to the increasingly unbearable and suicidal global machinations flooding the West. Sadly, it wasn’t to be. The political pushback that had picked up momentum during the migrant crisis fizzled when the birdemic erupted onto the scene in late 2019.
Shortly before the 2020 global totalitarian coup, I thought about what had gone wrong. Why had Brexit, Trump, and Orbán’s anti-EU stance all flopped? It did not take me long to realize that a part of the problem seemed to lie in the inability or unwillingness of nations and their leaders to spiritually extract themselves from the globo component of what some right-wing and Christian bloggers and writers pejoratively refer to as the “globohomo” political paradigm. I usually avoid the term in my posts but refer to it here, mostly for illustrative purposes.
If I am not mistaken, globohomo is the official abbreviation for “global homogenization”, but said right-wing and Christian bloggers extended the connotations to refer to the social/sexual engineering globalist forces pushed upon populations via the continuation of the sexual revolution.
Anyway, within the globohomo conceptualization, the globo half of the political model refers to globalist agenda items that have to do with finance, economics, trade, law, business, the environment, and so forth.
The homo half touches upon agenda items like the assault against traditional families, the promotion of homosexuality, feminism, abortion, and the trans agenda. I suppose you could expand the homo part to anything on the human side of the equation and include other agenda issues like anti-racism, anti-whiteness, mass migration, equality, equity, diversity, inclusion, and so forth.
To return to the point I was beginning to make, conservative, anti-globalist forces seem capable of putting up rather fierce resistance to some or all of the globalist agenda items on the one side of the globohomo manifesto, but are lukewarm when it comes items to the other side of the agenda.
For instance, I may be wrong, but I perceived Brexit mainly as a reaction against the globo side. Though concerns over homo agenda items certainly played a part – mass immigration being one of them -- the Brexit movement seemed more focused on the practical side of getting the UK out of the EU financially and politically.
The same applies to Trump and his “drain the swamp” rhetoric and promise of making America great again. Though he spoke of building walls and bringing industrial jobs back from China and elsewhere, he tended to avoid topics like rolling back gay rights, the trans agenda, or other sexual-social issues.
Orbán’s government in Hungary takes the opposite approach. Though nationalistic and pugilistic in its rhetoric, the Hungarian government barely makes any waves about remaining in the EU, receiving EU funds, or allowing global corporations to set up shop in Hungary so that they may exploit the intentionally low wages of the Hungarian workforce. Orbán et al.’s only apparent beefs with the EU and globalism rest predominately on the homo side of the agenda.
The Hungarian government is happy to comply with the globalist agenda as long as the homo aspects remain off the table. Case in point, the Hungarian government has frequently criticized and passed resolutions against the trans agenda, but is perfectly willing to comply when it comes to things like the UN’s 2030 Sustainable Development Goals, global climate targets, green energy, smart cities, and every other imaginable non-homo agenda item.
Many rightists and Christians tend to dismiss such political concessions as meaningless. Others are quick to rationalize them away as examples of pragmatism, realism, strategizing, or just plain “playing politics”. The underlying belief seems to be that the globo half of the agenda is not altogether evil or not all that spiritually significant and that concessions made on that half of the agenda are unavoidable in “the real world”.
The problem with this attitude and approach is that it refuses to recognize the globohomo agenda as entirely evil. Moreover, it sees the agenda as a list of bullet points rather than unified damnation campaign. Some bullet points need to be challenged and resisted; others, not so much. The hopeful among rightists and Christians go as far as to claim that the globohomo agenda can be rolled back and defeated if conservatives manage to seize control of the globo part of the program.
Rightists and Christians fail to realize that the globohomo agenda is a package deal. Despite appearances to the contrary, there is no “globo-only” option. Any political force than accepts the globo part of the agenda also accepts the homo part by default, and the demons behind the agenda will not rest until they have secured this totality. Regardless, they still win even if they fail to do so.
The ultimate evidence of this lies in Orbán’s groveling subservience to the 2020 global coup and its birdemic. The Hungarian government did not resist the “global-only” diktat of “none are safe until all are safe”. On the contrary, it relished the opportunity to impose measures, lockdowns, and terrorize the populace into receiving the peck.
To this day, it regards its actions during the birdemic as virtuous and inviolable. Dissenting voices are either ignored or silenced. Orbán and his government have expressed no regret for their deeds, nor have they given any indication that they have anything for which to repent.
From the demonic perspective, that qualifies as a mission accomplished.
Since the birdemic, Hungary has reverted to its pre-birdemic schtick of criticizing the homo aspects of globohomo while remaining mostly aligned with the globo points. The Globohomo Empire has responded to Hungary’s partial disloyalty by installing a gay, Jewish human rights lawyer in Budapest as America’s ambassador.
To drive home the point that “globo only” is not an option, the Empire ensured that the ambassador arrived to family-friendly, conservative, traditional Hungary with his “husband” and two children in tow. Since his arrival, the ambassador has done little more than remind Hungary about where its loyalties lie and express veiled threats about potential consequences should the country prove disloyal to the agenda as a whole.
Though I generally avoid politics on this blog, I have outlined the above to draw attention to a crucial point about the same sort of dynamic at the level of individual Christians.
At that level, the globohomo agenda is simply an umbrella term for what Dr. Charlton has called the Litmus Test Issues of Serious Christianity. If 2020 has revealed anything, it is this – all countries, governments, institutions, and organizations in the West are on board with the Litmus Tests.
Put another way, there isn’t a country, government, institution, or organization in the West that is not spiritually aligned with the globohomo agenda in some significant way. Unfortunately, this also includes all the mainstream Christian churches in the West.
The takeaway here is simple – individual Christians must assume responsibility for their faith, discernment, and decisions. Christians cannot trust or rely on external authorities to guide them, defend them, protect them, represent them, or “save them”.
Moreover, unlike so-called conservative and Christian politicians, individual Christians must recognize and understand the need to spiritually resist and reject the globohomo agenda in its entirety.
Christians cannot fall into the political trap of resisting and rejecting some agenda items while simultaneously embracing others. Nor can they regard this sort of “pick and choose” approach as spiritually coherent, tolerable, or acceptable.
You cannot profess to be a serious Christian if you claim to oppose gay marriage, the trans agenda, and mass migration but accept the climate emergency or the UN’s sustainable development goals.
You cannot profess to be a serious Christian if you have resisted all the Litmus Test issues but find nothing immoral about believing in the birdemic or willingly succumbing to the peck program.
The globohomo agenda/Litmus Test issues are a unified and indivisible demonic agenda. You cannot be against one part of the demonic agenda if you actively support another part. Globo only or homo only or one failed Litmus Test are not viable options because each accepted agenda item invites evil directly into the heart. Once evil has been invited in, it is only a matter of time before “globo only” becomes “globohomo”; it is only a matter of time before one failed Litmus Test becomes two or three or four.
Fail one Litmus Test, and you fail them all.
It is that simple.
Ideally, Litmus Tests are passed when we reject them forthrightly at every level of our being; however, individual circumstances may not allow for an external/material/worldly rejection of a Litmus Test/globohomo agenda item.
The most obvious example that springs to mind is Christians who took the peck to keep their jobs. It is not the action of taking the peck that defines whether one has failed the Litmus Test. What defines a failed Litmus Test is the individual’s spiritual attitude toward and understanding of the action.
If a Christian recognizes that the choice made is inherently against God and Creation and repents the choice, that Christian passes the Litmus Test regardless of his action.
On the other hand, if a Christian regards his choice as good – as a choice that is somehow, miraculously aligned with God and Creation, and then packages this attitude with all sorts of rationalizations and justifications, and then insists that he has nothing for which to repent, then that Christian has failed that Litmus Test.
Whether he admits it or not, he is firmly on board with the demonic globohomo agenda where it counts the most – in his heart and in his spirit. His vehement opposition to the remaining 99% of the agenda means very little if he refuses to repent that 1% agreement.
If you’ve signed up for globo, you’ve signed up for homo. Conversely, if you've signed up for homo, you've signed up for globo.
There is no globo-only or homo-only option in the demonic globohomo agenda at the political level. It’s a package deal. Take it or leave it.
The same applies at the individual spiritual level. The choice – the spiritual choice – is ours to make.
And every choice we make is ultimately a spiritual choice.