Agitatio Incompositus

Christendom, in this instance exemplified by the Catholic Church but applicable to the whole of the Western World, has or had a phrase, “Tranquillitas Ordinis.” I means “an ordered peace” or “the the peace of all things.” It was coined and defined by St. Augustine, expanded upon by St. Thomas Aquinas, and updated and codified by George Weigel.

Agitatio Incompositus
Agitatio Incompositus

Now, of course, the titular leader of the Free World is Obama and his vision of a dynamic, rightly ordered political community differ greatly from anything we in the West have had to deal with before. His paradigm could better be described as “Agitatio Incompositus,” a disordered disturbance.

While Obama’s doctrine of Agitatio Incompositus is seen in everything the boy does, it’s most glaringly obvious in his handling, if it can be called such, the problem of the Muslims and the various atrocities they bring with them wherever the go.

Then, Obama is no son of- or friend to Christianity or of anything that was build of the stones of that faith. His loyalties seem more rooted in the Islam of his forefathers, though even that loyalty seems to be filter through the lens of Black Liberation Theology and the lens of his own pathological narcissism. Hence, it’s not shocking that the boy strives to undo what was created.

Perhaps we in the Civilized World should not so entirely happy and relieved that the “Medieval Christian threat” is quite so under control.

Tags: | | | | | | | | | | |

Butterflies And Bullets

Chaos ButterflyButterflies and bullets – There’s not much in common between the two in most people’s minds. Most people, however, are quite wrong because butterflies are a lot like bullets. Much like you’ll never hear the bullet that kills you, you’ll never see the butterfly that takes you and/or your carefully crafted predictions and plans out either.

That’s life, folks.

Chaos is life, life is chaos – or a deeper order that we cannot fully perceive. Either way, it’s a deterministic nonlinear system with a sensitive dependency upon far too many and too diverse and separated initial conditions for us to come even close to predicting what will happen with any certainty at all.

Tags: | | |

It’s Basic Physics

It’s basic physics that the law of entropy requires that chaos and dissolution be the natural result of all uncontrolled processes. Most people have some understanding of that fact. What they don’t seem to understand is that the natural laws which govern physics have direct corollaries in almost all other things and systems. That includes entropy.

Change more often equates entropy than it does progress
Change More Often Equates Entropy Than It Does Progress

So when you see or hear people chanting about “change,” “progress,” or “moving forward” into a bright new age, remember that these people are most likely, knowingly or unwittingly, the agents of chaos, dissolution, and destruction. They serve entropy’s purposes, not those of people.

Tags: | | | | | | | | |