What is Kinism?
Kinism is the belief that the ordained social order for man is tribal and ethnic rather than imperial and universal. Mankind was designed by God to live in extended family groups. The Jacobin doctrine of Equality is destructive, is antithetical to liberty, and is ultimately unachievable. Blood ties are the only natural and workable basis for a healthy society not subject to the ideologies of fallen man. We believe this is the normative system for our people.
We believe that our White people have a God-given right and duty to seek their own prosperity and existence as a distinct nation. This is primarily to be achieved by converting our people to the religion of our only Savior, Jesus Christ. Therefore, we denounce the sin of miscegenation as a violation of God’s created order which has permanent consequences for every heritable trait. We appeal to God’s creation mandate of kind after kind. It is the obligation of both church and state to forbid mixed unions according to biblical laws prohibiting unequal yoking.
We advocate a natural, chivalrous, hierarchical social order. We honor and celebrate the shared history and distinctives of our people, and we stand or fall with no other.
We believe in treating all men with decency and justice. In life and in death, we oppose all enemies of Jesus Christ and all who seek our collective displacement, dispossession, or subjugation.
Ten Theological Principles of Kinism
1. It’s Protestant, Calvinist and Theonomist;
2. That all people are essentially humans, created by the hands of Almighty God and therefore they have a portion of common rights, implicits and summarized in the Mosaic Decalogue;
3. That all people inherit from their parents and their ancestors certain attributes of body and mind and therefore each person is part of a racial group distinguished by its uniqueness and idiosyncrasy, (Deuteronomy 5:9, Deuteronomy 7:9; 1 Samuel 12:9-12, 1 Kings 21:1-22, Matthew 23:29-35, Matthew 27:22-25)
4. That all races have been deliberately created by the Triune God for a good and eternal purpose and therefore they have the right to endogenous and physics preservation without amalgamation; (Genesis 6:9, Genesis 24:2-4 , Genesis 26:34-35, Numbers 36:8-12; Ezra 10:10-11, Acts 17:26-27, Rom 1:16, Rom 2:9-10)
5. That each person must honor their parents and therefore their ancestors; (Exodus 13:19, 1 Samuel 15:2-11)
6. That the duty given by the Lord to each person to honor their ancestors implies the right of each Christian to manifest the pride and gratitude to God for the race to which he belongs; (2 Cor 10:17; 1 Thessalonians 5:18)
7. That the Lord generously gave to every racial group a place to live on earth and, therefore, each race has the right to preserve it for its posterity exclusively; (Proverbs 22:28; Numbers 36:7, 1 Kings 21:2-3)
8. The right to preserve the properties of members of a racial group for their children, reflects the divine right of each race to self-determination;
9. Being the self-determination not only the right of each race to follow its own history and accept the consequences of it, but also the right granted by the Lord to each of its members that the civil and ecclesiastical government that rules them will be composed exclusively by their racial peers; (Exodus 18:21-22, Deuteronomy 1:13, Deuteronomy 17:15)
10. The feelings of fraternity, of benevolence, of kindness, of respect, and the charity pratice can not know the ethnic boundaries, however, the normative love of neighbor, the quirky sense of brotherhood of blood, and the priority care are restricted to the members of race, beginning by our homes. (Luke 10:25-37, Rom 9:1-3, Rom 15:26-27, 1 Corinthians 16:1-3, 1 Peter 2:17, 2 Peter 1:7, 1 Timothy 5:8)
More Reading on Kinism
- The Reality of Race, Ehud Would at Faith & Heritage.
- A Kinist Cosmology by Ehud Would.
- Providence: Cultural and Biological, Parts One, Two, Three.
- A Biblical Defense of Ethno-Nationalism at Faith & Heritage
- Who Does America Belong To? at Faith & Heritage
- Summary Statement of Purpose at Kinism.net
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