The Laws of the Cathedral
“Those who do not heed these laws should be cast out of society and hunted down like witches.” – The lost scroll of Universalis, 1974 CE
In the days of New, the god Universalis descended upon the world. It (for Universalis transcends gender, race, and creed) saw human nature, saw human nature was evil, and decided to set things anew. Universalis forthright sought to amend human nature, to turn the world upon its head, and thus laid down the Laws of the Cathedral. “Lo and behold,” said Universalis. “These are the laws. I am the lawgiver. Obey these decrees or suffer humiliation, disgrace and punishment.”
I. Human Nature, Science, Evolution
A. Human nature is a blank slate to be written upon by the Laws of the Cathedral.
B. Evolution exists but only insofar as it is a club to beat up on religion. Otherwise, the logical conclusions of evolution (such as meaningful racial or gender differences) must be silenced. All group differences must be ignored. No cognitive or behavioral differences between groups exist; evolution occurred only from the neck down.
C. Homosexuality has a genetic cause but only homosexuality is heritable. Everything else (like violence, intelligence or stupidity) is the result of culture.
D. Race does not exist…except when it does. For non-whites, racial pride, racial resentment, racial organization and the excuse of racism for all their failings are permissible. For whites, race does not exist; it is a cultural construct. Behaviorally and cognitively, all races are identical. Remember the decree: neck down!
E. Gender does not exist in any meaningful way. There are no substantial differences between the genders because, well, they don’t really exist…except when they do. Feminism is permissible, but that’s it. Behaviorally, genders are identical. Remember the decree: neck down!
II. Politics and Political Organization
A. Democracy and only democracy is acceptable — and it must be based upon an American model replete with fast food, regime change, and globalization.
B. Real power must never be discussed, especially the disproportionate power of one small, particularly powerful group of genetically related people. In fact, these people shouldn’t even be discussed, let alone named, so let it be decreed that they be called the Unnamed.
C. Immigration is bad for certain nations (like a small enclave in located at the eastern end of the Mediterranean but should never be named in this context, and the people of this unnamed nation, Universalis decrees, are permitted to sterilize and deport undesirables). For Western nations, however, immigration is a gift of Universalis. To question its good is to partake of evil itself. Open your borders to the teeming hordes of Gondwanaland or suffer the wrath of Universalis!
D. Europe and Western Civilization in general, and white people in particular, are responsible for most of the world’s ills and should almost always be discussed in derogatory terms. The racial organization of these people is never, never, never allowed. Capiche?
E. War is bad, well, unless it’s used to crush dissenters who in some way oppose the Laws of the Cathedral; then, war is liberation. People are thirsty for freedom and some people hate the Cathedral for the freedom it offers.
D. Progress is good, unless it involves evil concepts like eugenics or the notion that some races are better adapted to civilization, then the Noble Savage is good.
F. All mass media and entertainment should present images contrary to reality. Human nature is evil; the dictates of the Cathedral, good.
A. Ethno-Religion, i.e. identitarian religion, is permissible for certain groups of people, but never for European descended peoples, who must always subscribe to deracinating, universalist forms of religion.
B. Religion is generally bad, unless it’s the religion of non-Europeans, or unless religious leaders are fighting for the Cathedral (such as in supporting immigration or opposing racism).
So let these laws be decreed, let them be obeyed. And let those who disobey them be hunted down like witches, ruined financially, and humiliated beyond measure.
Long live Universalis! So it has been spoken. Let the world listen.
This is a rough draft and work in progress. It is also a group project, which potentially includes you. Let the spirit of Universalis inhabit you and please leave suggestions in comments below (to improve upon current laws or to add new laws) and your suggestions might be added to the next edition of the Laws of the Cathedral.