A fraternal order for men of the west in North America.
Knights of the West
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What do you mean by Christian?
We are non-denominational, the Knights is open to any Christian (protestants, catholics, evangelicals, orthodox, etc). You don't have to go to church, you don't have to read your bible everyday, but you must be Christian. See John 3:16.
2. Why only people from European heritage?
Every people have their own history, their own beliefs, their own traditions, to use a word that is not always properly defined, their own culture. White people in North America have their own culture, we are our own tribe. People naturally bond with members of their own tribe. The Knights of the West is a fraternity for men of the west. We are in no way against, or wish to harm, any other groups, but we see that there has been a concerted effort to try to paint us as the cause of many of our worlds problems, and this just isn't true. We, like all peoples, deserve respect and self determination.
3. Don't you think that in this day and age your ideas are outdated?
This is a common fallacy that many people fall for. It is based on the false assumption that ideas that we are just hearing for the first time, or that we perceive as "newer" are superior to established "older" ideas. The reality is that their are no new or old ideas in regards to morality. I will give an example. Today, one hundred years ago, and one hundred years from now, stealing will be wrong. Generally when we think something is a "new" idea, it is simply an idea that is new to us, whether to us individually, or us as a society. It is poor judgment to rate ideas on their "newness" instead of against some eternal unchanging standard of morals.