Thursday, March 31, 2016

The Baltimore Catechism

The Old Guide

At the adoration chapel that I attend as often as I can, there is a small library of books (most of them quite questionable) that you take into the chapel with you and read as spiritual meditation in front of Our Lord.

I have taken to bringing in with me the Baltimore Catechism that I read a bit after all of my prayers and devotions.  Though I had heard about the Baltimore Catechism, I never actually read it nor was it ever presented to me as a guide for my Catholic Faith.  A shame but not surprising.   

As I began to read through the Catechism, it was amazing to me to read things I had never heard before from anyone and said in such a confident way.  One example: 

the job of a Catholic is to know, love, and serve God.  

That's it.  Nothing else.  Simply said and simple to understand.

Ever hear that in a homily?  Or in RCIA or Sunday School?  

Why not?  

I strongly suggest that everyone find or buy a Baltimore Catechism and just start with page one.  It's meant to be read from front to back straight through.  And prepare yourself -- you might come across things in the Faith that you have never of before and didn't know.  But keep in mind one thing that many Catholics seem to be confused about:

NOTHING IN THE BALTIMORE CATECHISM HAS BEEN ABROGATED. 

Monday, March 28, 2016

Lent for Clarity

To all out there who were checking regularly to see if I had posted anything new, I am sorry.  But at some point, I realized that I just needed to sit back and watch as Lent progressed to Easter and the Easter Season.  By the Grace of God, I received what I was looking for.



What are we here for?

I traveled about 2 hours to the parish where I went for Easter Mass.  It was a parish that I use to attend regularly before I moved.  I was part of the Latin Mass community - a subgroup of parishioners that weren't all local to the parish, but who came and supported the Latin Mass at this parish.  The Monsignor that leads the parish is a faithful man who is very experienced with the Latin Mass, has dozens of altar BOYS and has vocations coming out of this parish.  In a sea of troubles within my diocese, he does all that he can do.

During the Easter Mass conducted in the Tridentine form, I experienced something that I had never realized before.  For the first time in my life, I felt what it must have been like to be a Catholic before the dark times.  I felt what it was like to be a part of something SPECIAL.  I felt the very distinct, and demanding, calling of Our Lord to those of us who follow Him.  I followed the red book (for the Latin Mass) that further explained that a Catholic's whole life was dedicated to serving God and evangelize the world.  

In essence, what I realized is this -- all the changes in the Church, everything that you could possibly list as elements of the Church and the Faith, have been for one reason - to take away everything that makes a Catholic feel special because he believes in the Truth.  

The Mass -- corrupted and Protestantized.

Sacramentals (like the Rosary) -- no longer taught and emphasized.

Real Presence -- denied through actions and "practices".

Catholic Catechesis -- purposely mistaught.  


For the entirety of the Mass yesterday afternoon, I experienced a true ritual from an faithful Priest who treated the Eucharist with the highest deference and respect.  I heard a homily that helped me conceptualize the Lent we finished and the Easter Season we just entered into.  I heard in the homily a Priest actually express a real desire for the laity to have a prayerful experience at Mass.

I felt special, just like every other Catholic since the Apostles followed Our Lord through Galilee felt special for the joy and responsibility that comes from following the Way, the Truth and the Life.  That is what has been stolen from us by many in the Church over the last 60 years who had other priorities (and likely other belief systems).  This is what we must take back.  

Which takes me to what I believe is the Most Important thing that faithful Catholics can do right now:

Eucharistic Adoration


I have the benefit at a parish nearby to be able to take advantage of an adoration chapel that is open 24 hours a day.  For those of you who have never experienced the absolute silence and calm of an adoration chapel with nothing between you and the presence of GOD, you have no idea what you are missing.  

Beyond the complete peace that enters your mind, body and spirit, you can feel, in the slightest way, what Heaven must be like.  There you have the opportunity to pray to Him, to be silent on Earth, away from this world and enter into the eternal world, and to allow Him to work in you.  It is different from receiving him worthily in Mass.  

And I believe that Eucharistic Adoration will save the Church.  Only the presence of God on earth will save us from the judgement of the Father for all that we have done against Him. Remember, Christ is our advocate to the Father, pleading mercy to the Father instead of the judgement that we deserve.  

If the devil rules this world, our only hope is God in this world.  The Eucharist.

Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Danger, Danger (Quick Post)






I have been over to the National Catholic Reporter and commenting on various articles over there, including the latest comment by Bergoglio regarding a precedent established by either Pope Paul VI or Pope John XXIII regarding nuns in the Congo in the 1960s.  Bergoglio used this precedence to justify contraception for women fearing Zika and effects on baby development. 

I have already addressed this immoral nature of this "precedence" as well as the fact that it's not a precedent at all because it's two different things.

But what I really found, and what I want to pass on to you, is that I never realized how much heresy is running around the Catholic world till you go these "mainstream" Catholic websites.  Push these posters just a bit, or the authors, and they will admit their apostasy or heresy.  And they are smug in their apostasy/heresy as well.  There is no genuine theological interest -- just opinion. 

So my word of warning for today -- be careful when you go to mainstream Catholic sites.  They are dens of heresy.

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

The Unraveling Begins

The Unraveling Begins


Excuses have been made for the random comments of Jorge Bergoglio for three years now and throughout that time, everybody said it wasn't a big deal.  I would say "God bless" to his press secretaries if I didn't distrust them so much because it truly is a challenge to make his fortune cookie comments seem brilliant, esoteric, logical, and friendly all at the same time.  

But I want to take his recent comments on the plane trip backed to that walled edifice he calls home (just a joke) to highlight why this man is so dangerous to the institutional church and to the immortal souls of millions.

Many other bloggers have commented on his references to something Paul VI did regarding nuns in the Congo and contraception back in the 1960s because of the chance they could get raped and impregnated.  As far as I can tell, nobody has done as good a job as Father Z did at his blog to THOROUGHLY investigate this incident, reference, and its ultimate falsity.  

But rather than wade into that discussion, I want to highlight several points that need to be addressed for the full ramifications of this comment to be understood.

1. The day after he made this off the cuff comment, the episcopal conference of the Philippines (home to possible future heretical pope Cardinal Tagle) issued a statement saying that they were following the direction of Bergoglio and will allow Philippinos to use contraception to avoid the risks of impregnation will contaminated with Zika.  

They never even checked to see if the story was true.  And they don't care.  They know where Bergoglio and his backers want to take the Church and they are fully on board.  You would expect men with doctorate degrees to have better discernment skills than this.  Heck, I would expect teenagers to at least check their sources before referencing them.  

It certainly shows their hearts are leading their heads.  And their hearts are gravely confused about what it means to be Catholic.

2. Bergoglio just approved of Eugenics. 
Dr. Josef Mengele, Nazi War Criminal and Psychopath

If Bergoglio could just change Church teaching on a whim, which he can't, that's precisely what he just did.  He just created 2 different classes of human being - one worthy of living and one not.  Regardless of his orthodox comments on abortion, by suggesting that it was ok to prevent the conception of a handicapped baby was ok automatically suggests that handicapped people do not have the same right to life as a fully healthy baby.

Just exchange "Jews" for "handicapped" and you get the Holocaust.  As Chris Rock said back when he was funny, "...then I started listening because I knew N****** and Jews were next!"

This coming from the "doctor of mercy".  How Orwellian.

3. Does Bergoglio have ANY formation as a priest to speak of?

When Father Z diagrammed the whole history of this "story" regarding the nuns in the Congo and Paul VI, it becomes clear that the only people repeating this story weren't faithful Catholics because heretics dedicated to change or idiots.  Because the trail of evidence wasn't there, nobody could honestly believe that Paul VI allowed these nuns to use birth control.  Then how come Bergoglio did? 

Monday, February 15, 2016

Justice Antonin Scalia, RIP


Another Canary in the Coal Mine


It's a very well known piece of wisdom that in coal mines, canaries are placed at key points within the mines to alert the miners in case of noxious and fatal fumes.  Many men's lives have been saved by these creatures in dangerous environments by sacrificing their lives.

Justice Antonin Scalia was a man that all American men should aspire to.  He was a patriot of the country of his birth.  He was a faithful son to the Catholic Church throughout his life.  He was a faithful husband to his wife, producing 9 children and offering one up to the Lord as a Priest, like all large Catholic families use to do.  He was thoroughly logical, well-read, intelligent, witty and honest.  And he died in the Faith.  May God have mercy on his soul.  St. Thomas More, please pray for him.

I won't speculate here about his death, though I am quite surprised that Pewsitter has linked to numerous articles already speculating on this matter.  May God bless us with the truth and may any crimes be suitably punished with divine retribution.

I think, though, the most important part of this past weekend's events is that, as another blog wrote, another great man is gone.  This world cannot last much longer with so few great men walking the Earth.  

It would be too much for a consistent Catholic reaction to his death, from the Pope on down to all the "Catholic" media sites on the Internet.  And I am glad to see that for many Catholics, they saw the kind of man who was unabashedly Catholic in every way.  That is why I have the picture of him above -- wearing the same headgear as St. Sir Thomas More.  With such a thoughtful man, it is clear that he saw himself in a similar position to the good servant of God's who Henry VIII felt didn't need his head any longer since it conflicted with his lustful, diabolically inspired ideas of himself and his line.

With such confusion, of which many posts here have addressed, inside the Church, it is becoming rarer that Catholics can find another Catholic in the public sphere to be proud of, to follow, and to model themselves after.  The public Catholics, by and large, are heretics who indulge in the modernist fallacy of the moment.  They accept the latest inventions in liturgical theory and who have proudly abandoned archaic rules from a begone age.

Antonin Scalia embodied the best aspects of the lay Catholic life.  I even heard that he traveled a good distance to attend the traditional Latin Mass of his youth (doesn't one have to travel great distances to attend the Mass of the Saints?).  

Things will not get better, folks.  They will get worse.  Much worse.  All the aspects of Catholic public life - the schools, the orphanages, the hospitals, and the food kitchens will all go away.  The "unused" parishes sitting on valuable land will be sold off.  And public Catholics who are really Catholics will cease to be around.  

It will be dark times.  But this is just punishment for the crimes we have committed against Our Lord.  We forgot Him.  Now He is forgetting us.

But one who didn't was Antonin Scalia.  

Please say a prayer for his soul.  He didn't benefit from a final confession, viaticum or the last rites (debatable here).  He deserved better.


Thursday, February 11, 2016

February 11th, 2013 - The Day the World Changed Forever

Why did he do it?


3 years ago, Pope Benedict XVI resigned from the Papacy.  His act was an Earth shaking event that very few people realize the gravity of this event and it's effect on everything else that has come since, both in the Church and the World.  If we hold that the Church has a special place in the world, then what happens to the Church will effect the world.  This resignation was the final sign that we are in dire times.

Unlike others, I will not attack Pope Benedict for this act - mostly because I think the decision was honorable.  Unlike John Allen, who recently wrote in Crux Magazine (linked HERE), who thinks that his decision had everything to do with his self-awareness to know that he couldn't do the job anymore, I don't think that was the reason at all.  Considering his good health the last 3 years, as well as my general cynicism toward anybody that needs to stay in the good graces of the Vatican, I think John Allen doesn't qualify as an unbiased reporter.

So why did he do it?

Many rumors have been floated, including the Vatican letters scandal, but I would suggest that one rumor is more interesting than the rest.  And it has ramifications for the Church and the world on a massive scale.

If you take Austen Ivereigh at his word (and I do have some suspicions since he doesn't have a big enough sack to take my comments to him on Twitter), then there were a set of cardinals that were talking among themselves about who to support after Pope John Paul II died.  And there are numerous sources indicating that Jorge Bergoglio's name was being floated during the conclave in 2005.  For various reasons, and I would suggest listening to the Holy Spirit rather than the plotting of men, Joseph Ratzinger was selected and became Pope Benedict XVI.

The thwarting of their plans was bad enough.  But they would just act as they did during John Paul's reign -- they would do what they wanted to do knowing that nobody would stop them, condemn them or remove them from office.  But then one document was issued by Benedict that fundamentally changed the path of the Church -- Summorum Pontificum.  Let me explain.

After Vatican II, Archbishop Bugnini and other progressive liturgists, under the cover of Vatican II, created the rules for the "new" Mass that was authorized by Vatican II.  That was a lie.  There are no documents of Vatican II that specifically authorized a new Mass to be created.  However, very few bishops and priests read the Vatican II documents and so with the Imprimatur of the Vatican, many just assumed that Vatican II called for this.  Of course, there were many older and traditional clerics who didn't agree with this and wouldn't perform the "new" Mass.  But the vast majority did.  Pope Paul VI "authorized" the Novus Ordo Mass in 1969 (though there is some debate whether or not, under Canon Law, he actually authorized the Novus Ordo.  But that's another post for another day).

When the Novus Ordo was "approved", there was a concurrent position sent throughout the world that the Novus Ordo replaced the traditional Latin Mass and that the Latin Mass was no longer allowed to be said.  Of course, this is ridiculous that the Mass of the last 1000 years was now verboten, but many believed it.

From that point, the Latin Mass was said less and less. Bishops told their priests to no longer say it and seminaries stopped teaching Latin to the seminarians to where the only priests who knew the Latin Mass were old priests who would retire soon.  Then Pope John Paul, in 1984, issued a document that "allowed" for the limited use of the Latin Mass in special circumstances and with the consent of the Bishop.  What is so unfortunate about this action is that it acknowledged the legitimacy of the previous "ban" on the Latin Mass.  This is something that we should always be weary of -- never acknowledge the legitimacy of the assumptions of the other side.  Pope John Paul II did.

So for 23 years, there was very limited use of the Latin Mass throughout the world.  But then, the earthquake hit.  Summorum Pontificum said, in basic terms, that the Latin Mass was the right of every Catholic, that it never should have been abrogated and forbidden, and that Vatican II never called for it's abrogation.  It also said that the Bishop cannot block the use of the Latin Mass at any time.

Think, for a moment, at the shock waves that this action sent throughout the chanceries around the world and in the Vatican.  The reestablishment of the Old Mass?  A severe hit against Vatican II?  What next?  All the revolutionary work in the Church to make the Church acceptable to the world, gone?

Benedict became a marked man at this point.  Though he was old, he was made of strong Bavarian stock.  He could live for a dozen more years and do all sorts of damage to the agenda of the "Spirit of Vatican II" crowd.  

I believe this is when the actions started that eventually led to Benedict's resignation 3 years ago.  Various things, like "accusations" of child abuse by his priestly brother were shots across the bow.  But what I would speculate on, is that knowledge of certain plans were found out by those serving Pope Benedict that would compromise the Church going forward.  

And I believe that Pope Benedict XVI had a decision to make -- stay and assist in creating a situation that would lead to the Church's physical destruction or remove himself from the equation and thwart the plans placed against him.  And he chose the later.  He and his servants could never say what was really going on, but they knew that rumors would start flying and that many wouldn't accept the shallow argument that it was his health.  Some also said that he just wanted to return to Bavaria, play the piano and be with his brother.  

Instead, he has been, for lack of a better word, under house arrest in Mater Eccelisiae Monastery in the Vatican.  He is unable to talk with anyone, unable to leave, unable to exert any influence on the path of the Church.  For all intents and purposes, he is in prison till he dies.

Not a very dignified end to a former Pope, huh?  Sounds familiar though.  


Back in the day, another Pope resigned.  In 1294, Pope Celestine V was both elected Pope and then resigned from the Papacy, under the direction of the future Pope Boniface VIII, his successor.  Though he requested a monastery so he could pray and be silent, he was placed under house arrest by Boniface until he died a year and a half later.

He was a man that wanted nothing more than to pray and serve God and what he found in the Roman Curia was nothing but plotting, spiteful men with dubious morality and he quickly realized that he didn't have the skill set to perform the job for which he was selected around these jackals.  But rather than succumb to their murderous plots, he removed himself from the equation.  And though he suffered personally, it was far better that he resigned than allow another scandal to plague the medieval Church.

One of his standing legacies was his establishment of Gregory X's rules for papal conclaves -- the only policy that his successor kept that has stayed in Canon Law till the present day that was further supported by John Paul's rules for papal conclaves.

Funny how Ivereigh's book brings the whole question of the conclave of 2013 into question.  If you take his book, and subsequent remarks by certain cardinals, most notoriously Cardinal McCarrick of Washington DC, several rules for conclaves were broken.  The automatic penalty for those violations -- excommunication.  

The path of humanity changed on February 11, 2013.  The last pope of St. Malachy's vision was about to come on the throne of St. Peter.  James Foley would be beheaded by ISIS on August 19, 2014 that would inaugurate the great Islamic war with the West. 

The path of the Church changed.  The path of the West changed.  The path of the world changed.  We are all in the midst of the aftershocks of Benedict's decision.  

It's our responsibility to see the Church and the West through this.  The burden is on our shoulders.     

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Is the Clock ticking for Ash Wednesday?

Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust

As many Catholics did today, especially those who honor the Trinity of holidays that require church attendance for those fallen away Catholics (Christmas, Ash Wednesday and Easter), I received my ashes from a priest (thank God).  And I saw other Catholics proudly walking around with their ashes of if they had accomplished something grand.  I won't go into detail about how dreadful the Mass actually was, how moribund the homily was, how dreadful the music was (it's Lent, you morons), or how I refused to witness the desecration of the Eucharist, so I left and went to the adoration chapel for the rest of Mass.  But I will go into something that I think many Catholics haven't thought about:

How many years do we have left before we will have to receive our ashes in secret? 

For now, it's still culturally allowed for us to receive our ashes and walk around publicly with them without being targeted.  But will that continue? 

Look at Europe and all the cultural conflict that is emerging between the native population and the invading force let in by the political "elites" in the EU.  If you were a single woman in Europe right now, would you proudly wear your ashes on your forehead with refugee muslims around everywhere, breaking all sorts of laws and viewing infidel women as present solely for the pleasure of muslim men?

With such confusion regarding the actual Faith at the present moment, many "Catholics" are cultural Catholics who see it more as a set of habits that previous generations have engaged in rather than as religiously significant rituals that help us to experience and understand the presence of God in the world.  They have hardly thought of a situation where the practical practice of the Faith would be challenged or even limited by the dominant ethos of the society.

Might I suggest that none of us take for granted the public expression of our Faith.  The English Catholics had to learn the hard way of what happens when the Faith is taken from you and the State limits your freedom of expression.  Decades went by where English Catholics had no access to the Faith, hid the few priests in England in their homes and were threatened with a tortuous death if they were found out.

Don't think that can't come back again.

Enjoy this freedom now.  Don't hesitate to publicly display your faith.  The world is changing and you don't when the powers that be will decide that isn't allowed anymore.

 

Friday, February 5, 2016

Link Addition


 Some More Guidance for You





I have added several links to other great resources online, especially regarding the situation in the West between the native, Christian Indo-European civilization and the Islamic World.


Jihad Watch is Robert Spencer's fantastic site that discusses and highlights all the various ways that Islam and Muslims are problematic to the West.  His reputation online is impeccable and he is incredibly well-educated in Islam, the Koran, and what that faith actually teaches.

Gates of Vienna is another great website that has been around for over a decade and has a distinct European focus.  Many of the articles on there are translations from European news stories so that English readers can know what's going on the European continent.  They also have a great selection of links to other blogs that share this same European focus.

Shoebat is a site run by Walid Shoebat, a former member of the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) who converted to Catholicism.  His site focuses on the more graphic elements of Islam that blows away any attempts to call Islam a "religion of peace".  I suggest that you go to his site with caution since some of the videos posted there are very graphic.  But sometimes the truth will wrench your stomach.

Both of these sites are not fooled by the PC rhetoric surrounding Islam and I strongly suggest that you check out these sites on a regular basis (in addition to this blog of course).  Sometimes I will reference articles at these locations (with links) and at other times, we just happen to talk about the same things. 

Remember everyone, we are currently AT WAR.  World War III is happening right now.  It has a military component (Syria, ISIS, Africa), a financial component (the entire world), a social component (the West) and a political component (the world).  It's going to look different than the previous world wars and at times things will seem peaceful.  But at other times, it's going to look like wars of previous millennia and we better be prepared for the brutality on a person to person scale that is happening right now.  Eventually, it will reach your community. 

Thursday, February 4, 2016

St. Padre Pio won't save you, Bergoglio

Church Triumphant to the Rescue?






His presence on this blog has been maintained since I restarted this blog several months ago.  I have a very deep respect for St. Padre Pio and I am in awe of his God-given supernatural powers.  His abilities within the confessional - the ability to see the sins written on the souls of those who came to him so that he could guide them to a true, complete, penitent confession.


St. Padre Pio was able to guide the penitent to a confession that we all seek, where are sins are fully confessed, that they are suitably contrite, and through a suitable penance, are completely and totally absolved of their sins.  What a gift from God.

That he also was blessed with the Stigmata, the wounds (and pains) of Christ crucified, shows the true holiness of this man. (Another saint here, St. Gemma Galgani, also was blessed with this stunning experience).

I state all that because today, the remains of St. Padre Pio as well as another saint, St. Leopold from Croatia were brought through the center of Rome to the Vatican.  From the link below, many people were lined up on the streets, stopping the transport of his body so that they could see his uncorrupted body, could ask for his prayers for them and their intentions, or even just to see someone that has been mythologized since before he died worldwide.

Padre Pio arrives in Rome

One thinks that there are those within the Church around the world who think that Bergoglio will see the same adoration and praise after his death. 

Regardless, the Church admits that they literally brought St. Padre Pio to Rome in order for his presence to help the failed "Year of Mercy". 

Padre Pio died before I was born, but I will say something right here and now:

Bergoglio is NOTHING like St. Padre Pio.

St. Padre Pio is everything that is right with the Church.  His supernatural faith was obvious.  His humility was present every day.  His service to Christ and to his fellow man was shown in his tireless hours in the confessional pulling people from Satan and to Christ.  His words were clear and easily understood.  His beliefs were of the highest level of orthodoxy.

In essence, he is the anti-Bergoglio.  

St. Padre Pio will not save you, Bergoglio. 

St. Padre Pio, pray for us who are trying to defend the Church from heretics and apostates.


Wednesday, February 3, 2016

A Bishop Worthy of Christ


 A Bishop Worthy of Christ

Bishop Bialasik
I just saw the link to this report on a great Catholic blog about the Bishop of Oruro in Bolivia, Bishop Krzysztof (Cristobal) Bialasik SVD.  Read the report HERE

I strongly encourage you to go over to his site through the link above and read the report.  But I want to make a few comments about this report.

  1. This is the type of Bishop the Church needs and the type of Bishop that Christ deserves.
  2. This report needs to be sent to the Vatican so that they understand where Catholic priorities begin. (hint: it's not climate change)
  3. Every bishop in the world needs to receive a copy of this report.
  4. Every priest in the world needs to receive a copy of this report.
  5. Every Catholic in the world needs to read this report so that they understand they have NO right to receive the Eucharist in the hand.

Monday, February 1, 2016

Bishop Schneider gives a lesson

Clarification on the Church's Real Problem

Bishop Athanasius Schneider

In a recent interview with the traditionalist Catholic blog, Rorate Caeli, Bishop Athanasius Schneider provides some useful insights from a traditionalist cleric who isn't scared to tell the truth while at the same time skirting that fine line into disobedience that so many faithful clerics would like to but can't.  But that is for another blog post - tomorrow.  I promise. 

Back to the interview linked HERE

Though I encourage you to read it, there is one part that I want to focus on:

Rorate CaeliIn the recent Synod, we will not know the legal impact it will have on the Church for some time, as it’s up to Pope Francis to move next. Regardless of the eventual outcome, for all intent and purposes, is there already a schism in the Church? And, if so, what does it mean practically speaking? How will it manifest itself for typical Catholics in the pews?


H.E. Schneider: Schism means according to the definition of the Code of Canon Law, can. 751: The refusal of submission to the Supreme Pontiff or of communion with those members of the Church who are submitted to the Supreme Pontiff. One has to distinguish the defect in belief or heresy from schism. The defect in belief or heresy is indeed a greater sin than schism, as Saint Thomas Aquinas said: “Unbelief is a sin committed against God Himself, according as He is Himself the First Truth, on which faith is founded; whereas schism is opposed to ecclesiastical unity, which is a lesser good than God Himself. Wherefore the sin of unbelief is generically more grievous than the sin of schism” (II-II, q. 39, a. 2 c). 

The very crisis of the Church in our days consists in the ever growing phenomenon that those who don’t fully believe and profess the integrity of the Catholic faith frequently occupy strategic positions in the life of the Church, such as professors of theology, educators in seminaries, religious superiors, parish priests and even bishops and cardinals. And these people with their defective faith profess themselves as being submitted to the Pope. 

The height of confusion and absurdity manifests itself when such semi-heretical clerics accuse those who defend the purity and integrity of the Catholic faith as being against the Pope – as being according to their opinion in some way schismatics. For simple Catholics in the pews, such a situation of confusion is a real challenge of their faith, in the indestructibility of the Church. They have to keep strong the integrity of their faith according to the immutable Catholic truths, which were handed over by our fore-fathers, and which we find in in the Traditional catechisms and in the works of the Fathers and of the Doctors of the Church.  

This answer provides a very clear examination of the problem that so many of us who serve Christ and His Church have felt for so many years at the local and diocesan level but only with the election of Jorge Bergoglio has manifested at the global level.

Since Pope John Paul II took the throne of St. Peter, many Catholics, with hope in him and in his successor, Pope Benedict XVI, felt like the Vicar of Christ was faithful, but the clergy underneath them were not.  In that sense, we felt very CATHOLIC.  The Vicar at least believed and we felt that we could follow him, even if our priests and bishops were horrendous.  

And we saw this division regularly, as those same priests and bishops had no problem not following Canon Law, the Magisterium, or the direction of these Popes in order to facilitate their version of "the Spirit of Vatican II" (that Spirit that currently has a television show on Fox right now, and which, by the way, is being completely mis-analyzed by many Catholics.  I see a future post coming.).  

But now, with the head of the Vatican showing no signs of an orthodox belief in Catholicism, is confounding us into figuring out where we stand.  What do we do when the Vicar of Christ doesn't believe?  

We can handle the priests, deacons, bishops and cardinals not believing because the captain of the ship is clear.  But when the captain is leading us to the reef, what do we do?  Jump ship?  Take the reigns ourselves and steer it away?  And if so, do we know the way around danger?

What I appreciate from Bishop Schneider are several things that ALL Catholics show follow:

1. Heresy is worse than Schism.  Holding to the correct, orthodox belief in Christ, the Sacraments, and the Magisterium is far more important than following the correct cleric.  This is the basic basis for why, if there is to be an ecumenical effort, it should be directed at the Eastern Orthodox and away from heretics.

2. Bishop Schneider recognizes that there are MANY clerics who don't believe, something that many of us have felt and stated for years.  He acknowledges that the apparatus for the creation of priests is deeply flawed with no effort made to correct.

3. When all else fails, trust in the Magisterium, the traditional catechisms of the Church, the Fathers of the Church and the Doctors of the Church.  If you want to know what to believe, trust in the Church Triumphant and the theological history of the Church, not in clever, political phrases of clerics who don't believe. 

 







EU to natives: Nothing to see here



I have written consistently something that, for many, is a tough position to get to - your governments aren't your allies.  Those who you have voted into power, who wield the mechanics of government and its resources, will sell you out if push comes to shove. 

There was a recent report that was reported on by many news agencies regarding the EU position on the invasion of Europe, the sexual assaults and rapes and how they are NOT connected.  I have provided a link to a news article that analyzes the news report well at the end of this post.

But I want to make it clear again before you head off to that website.  Our governments don't have our best interests at heart.  They have an agenda that they only tangentially admit to publicly while they disregard the concerns and struggles of the masses.  This is being played out right now in the American campaigns for President.  Trump and Sanders are clear rejections of the political process and the fruits of the efforts that both parties have provided to the American people.

Likewise, the rise of nationalist parties in Europe are in reaction to the dichotomy between what "elites" want and what the public wants or even what common sense would demand.  A position such as what the EU has admitted to flies in the face of facts and common sense.  So why hold to this position?

Simple: to block resistance so that as many invaders can come to Europe till it reaches a point of critical mass by denying the facts and prosecuting anyone who provides a grass roots resistance to this invasion.  

For what?

I don't know, but I am gravely concerned.

EU leaders delusion 

Thursday, January 28, 2016

Some evidence that the war is being met



Under normal circumstances, I would suggest restraining yourself from violence and use discernment to tell you when best to defend yourself or others.

But we aren't living in normal circumstances.  Please check out this video in the link below.  It appears that the wimpification of Western men hasn't hit all Western men.

Muslim refugees beaten up while attempting to steal




Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Breasts, Riesling, and Schnitzel


I don't mean to be too provocative (who am I kidding, I'm a Scorpio), but I titled this post as I did to highlight a choice made by that great city of Rome to welcome the Iranian President.  Please read the link below:

Oktoberfest, of course.
Roman Holiday

This brings up something that I have discussed with family who have traveled to Europe often and know native Europeans well.  They have always said that though Europeans still hold on to the same prejudices that they always had (and I will not condemn them for that -- wake up, we all have prejudices), they will tacitly accept liberal/leftists political positions in public.  This explains why European resistance to the Muslim immigration since WW2 has been lukewarm at best.

However, there was a line that could not be crossed - the cultural food and drink and customs of average Europeans.  Attack pork products, wine, beer, and cultural clothing and identification and average Europeans will rise up to defend their culture (unfortunately, they aren't as willing to defend their faith, whatever faith they have left in the Almighty that united Europe). 

St. Lucia procession

Rather than being a harbinger of terrible things ahead (there are plenty of other things that show that, including part 2 below), I think the article linked above is a good sign.  It means that the rise of average Europeans against the invaders is coming.  I personally would have thought their general behavior as well as the reports of sexual assaults and rapes of European women by these beasts would have been enough to draw blood.  But this effort by the Roman and Vatican authorities to show such a lack of confidence in European civilization and self-censor means that more attempts like this are coming - and the resulting backlash will occur.

Part 2 - The Defilement of Tours

 
St. Martin of Tours

St. Martin of Tours is one of the great European Catholic Saints.  He is one of the Saints that so many Europeans were able to identify with, Martin being a soldier, that he and his cult helped to convert the remainder of Europe. 

So it is with great sadness that I saw this article today:

Blasphemy at Tours

Charles Martel "The Hammer"

That this happened in Tours, on top of this great saint's remains, near where Charles Martel, the hammer of Christendom, defeated Muslim forces coming out of Spain is disgusting at every level.  He is one of the great secular leaders in European history and his importance cannot be understated.

It is clear to me that our leaders, secular and religious, can't be trusted to either have integrity, common sense or belief.  For those of you who aren't Catholic, I understand if you harbor some distrust of the Faith - our recent batch of leaders worldwide isn't the best.  But I subscribe to the belief that "Europe is the Faith and the Faith is Europe." (Belloc)  They are intertwined and linked forever. 

As a Catholic, I am disgusted by the actions of these Catholic leaders who don't believe and can't represent the Faith properly or defend it. 

The West will have a battle for it's culture and civilization on its hands and it is not guaranteed that it will win.  We have traitors in our midst and mind-bending propaganda everyhwere. 

Stay strong. Stay clear.  Be brave.


Example of Moral Decay from the USA



Across the USA, newspapers are reporting that the organizers of the Center for Medical Progress, the organization responsible for the videos exposing the activities of Planned Parenthood, are being indicted for various felonies because of the "how" of the videos.

Just food for thought: Planned Parenthood, an organization that has health clinics in poor, predominantly minority neighborhoods, where abortions only provide 2% of their revenues (despite the fact that they performed over 350,000 abortions every year), who receives $650 million in federal government funding every year that apparently cannot be blocked by the states, who donates money to political candidates and organizations (despite the fact that's illegal for "non-profits"), was...

  •  aborting babies in such a way that their bodies were not sufficiently mangled or destroyed.
  •  gather those body parts (which apparently are human now, but weren't when they were living)
  • distribute those same body parts to various medical companies to use for R&D
  • were financially compensated by these same medical companies for the body parts that they received from the abortions provided by Planned Parenthood

When these videos started coming out, I knew several things - that this was a major scandal and that NOBODY would be arrested and convicted for these crimes.  I knew the US Congress would not pass legislation stripping funding from Planned Parenthood that would force Obama to sign or veto.  I knew that this lack of action would feed those Americans who feel that the America that they grew up in is already lost - and they are really, really mad about it.

To prosecute and convict the whistle blowers of these immoral and legal crimes would not only be  another symptom of the destroyed USA, but it will be another snowflake on the snow mass.



Which one causes the avalanche?







By the way, the name Planned Parenthood is one of the great Orwellian monikers in current public life. 

Saturday, January 23, 2016

Hitting closer to home




This doesn't surprise me at all because I know enough about Islam, both their beliefs and their historical record.  I actually expect more Muslim groups to proclaim this re-occupation publicly since it is a clear expectation of their faith.  If it was once controlled by Muslims, then it is their property forever.

ISIS threat to Spain

This is also something very personal to me.  My maternal grandmother was 100% Asturian.  For those of you who don't know, Asturian refers to Asturias in the Northern part of Spain.  This area was the only part of Spain that wasn't conquered by the Muslims in the 7th and 8th centuries and was the starting part for the RECONQUISTA that over a period 780 years took back the Iberian Peninsula from the Muslims.



And I'll be damned if they will take it back while I am alive.  

The only difference is that the enemies of our civilization aren't coming in formed armies, marching over terrain and sailing in warships.  They have been let in the back door by our elected leaders in plain site.  They have been given jobs, food, homes, and rights that were rightfully ours from the blood, sweat and faith of our ancestors.  Excuses are made for them by our religious leaders.

We have been betrayed.

I said to all of you in A Call to Arms, Part 2 that you needed to know what group you were a part of, what you belonged to, where you come from to know what values you have, what you will fight for, defend, and die for.

This is why. 

War is here and we must unify.

Tomorrow, part 3 of A Call to Arms will be posted.  Be ready to go to work.




Is Guardian becoming prophetic?








I saw this link off of Pewsitter and I found it very interesting.


A German girl's account 

Seems to coincide with a previous post about Facebook.

Facebook users beware.

Food for Thought about the Elites and their Programs





I copied this video from Shoebat.com.  It's a 6 minute video.  Give it a look and tell me what you think.

Quick Post: British Evidence of Betrayal



This article was at the top of the Daily Mall this morning.  It highlights a book that shows what London really looks like. 

London is a foreign city

Remember, this isn't a future that I am predicting.  It is the PRESENT.  We are already here.  The Elites of the West have already made the decisions that will cost us our wealth, security, and our lives.

This again proves what I am reminding all of you - our leaders will betray us.  They are not our allies, our friends, our political partners.  They want what they want and we are not in their future.

The rest of the world DOES NOT have the right to live in the West.  The opposite position comes from a feeling of white/European guilt about the revisionist history that we have been taught that isn't true. 

I don't feel guilty for being a straight, white Caucasian male.  But these Elites have wanted me to feel guilty and sorry for those facts.  They have wanted to push the meme that I am the problem with the world and all the challenges the world faces are because of humans like me. 

I fundamentally reject the premise of the argument.

A fork in the road is coming quickly.  It would be best to figure out which direction you are going to turn.

Our leaders - political, religious, social, business - are our enemies.  They have sold their souls for power, ideology or money.  And they are intent on destroying everything that we know and love.

Make the decision to educate yourself and FIGHT!


Friday, January 22, 2016

Swedish meatballs but no bollocks



Just as I made the clear, legal statement regarding current man Jorge Bergoglio and the current status of the Papal office and the throne of St. Peter, I am going to start moving to other offices throughout the West.  Lets begin with Swedish PM and his comments at Davos with CNBC host Julia Chatterley (no jokes).  See link.

Swedish PM comments

I will research the rest of this man's career and public commentary before I make an official statement about him (though my legal standing is weak since I am not a Swedish citizen, EU citizen, or of Swedish descent).  But I will say one thing about him:

He is not a man.

Men don't make excuses for why the women in their culture/tribe/kin group are raped and sexually abused by invaders from another group.  Men make sure, one way or another, that doesn't happen.  And this is the premier authority in the land of Sweden, home of natural blondes, ABBA and IKEA.




And what does he do?  Make excuses for the invaders.

There is nothing in my being that would allow me to react to this invasion the way this prime minister has.  In fact, I would be more inclined to take matters into my own hands to ensure that these beasts never commit these acts again.  I find it as deplorable as any other strong male would throughout history when this was occurring to his people/clan/group (and yes, though I am not Swedish, they are a Germanic tribe and I am of Germanic stock).  I can't be the only one.

We (the West) have the leaders we deserve.  When will we do what we need to do to get the leaders we want?

Gleichshaltung



On July 14, 1933, Adolf Hitler, after having taken the Chancellorship earlier in 1933 from President Paul Von Hindenburg, proclaimed the Law against the Establishment of Parties.  It basically states that no other political parties but the Nazi Party can exist in Germany. 

Clearly, the German government is taking its cue from a history that Germans were never allowed to forget in order to the game the system in her favor and the favor of other globalist elites in Germany. 

See link below.

German debates

Gleichschaltung essentially means, bringing all parties toward a common purpose or focus.  The Nazis used this word to describe bringing all the apparatuses of the Germany government under their control for their purposes.  But with this act, it is clear that the German government is very concerned to keep the "Islamic invaders are good for Germany and Europe" meme going no matter what.  No dissidence will be allowed.

Next step?  More limits on the free speech of the native German population.  

However, this WILL backfire on her, her party, the German mass media, globalist elites who see Germany as crucial to the failed EU experiment and to those who see the useful tool that is this Islamic invading army.

There are already calls from Muslim imams in Germany to halt the sale of alcohol.  When will pork products be next?  When will all meat in Germany have to be halal?

This will not end will.  The more they push, the more likely that this turns worse and worse in the reaction because you are directly challenging the culture, society, and values of Europe for millenia. 

That doesn't go quietly into the night.


Thursday, January 21, 2016

Are you a Pharisee?







It has been very vogue recently for Bergoglio (as you know, "Pope Francis" will not be published here again since I have claimed he has forfeited the throne of St. Peter and it is currently unoccupied) and his ilk to call those who believe in Catholic doctrine and dogma as cold hearted Pharisees.  Pharisees were a class of Jewish priests at the time of Christ who applied the Law to issues surrounding the Jewish community in and around present day Israel.  They have a reputation for being stubborn and unwilling to accept the actions of Christ and play a part in his eventual arrest, condemnation, and crucifixion of Our Lord.

Obviously, as a Christian, you really don't want to be associated with this class of people. 

And that is what Bergoglio has done.

But are you a Pharisee?  And what is Bergoglio really up to by calling faithful, believing Catholics "Pharisees"?  How is he trying to influence the opinions of everyday Catholics by using this slander?

Pharisees are connected to a stubborn adherence to the Law, to doctrine and to show no mercy, compassion or understanding for those who fail in the face of the Law.  The punishment fits the crime says the Pharisee...in comparison to that loving Argentinian who is leading a true revolution of the heart by forcing the Church to be a Church of the Poor, a poor Church where Mercy is the name of God.

Gee, who wouldn't want to be aligned with the Argentinian and keep your distance from those merciless, heartless, un-Christian Catholics that are rightfully called "Pharisees" who shouldn't be trusted to express any truthful understanding of the Lord or of the Church.

Simply by making the accusation, anyone who believes in the Truth of Catholic doctrine and dogma has now been marginalized in the eyes of the casual faithful (you know, those who don't obsessively read Catholic blogs, websites, encyclicals, etc. like some of us...).

But what is the dynamic here and how legitimate is it?

First, what's the difference between doctrine and practice?  And what does it have to do with Pharisees?





It has to do with a plan among several people which technically is a conspiracy.  It is a conspiracy that has worked several times before and is well know among Catholic blog circles:

Change the practice and you change the doctrine.





Here's an example for you:  Prior to the liturgical changes led by Archbishop Bugnini (only Google his name if you want to make yourself sick), the Eucharist was only received on your knees and on your tongue.  In this case, the practice emphasized the doctrine -- the Eucharist IS the Body of Christ and to receive Him, you must humble yourself before Him. 

Then the liturgical practices changed.  Pope Paul VI approved of liturgical changes that came to be the Novus Ordo Mass and within that "Mass", the Eucharist was to be received standing and in the hand (assuming your liturgical conference received a special indult in order to allow this (which everyone asked for and received).  Now the practice was CONTRARY to the doctrine.  The result:

The vast majority of Catholics don't believe in the Real Presence.


With all the interesting ways the Bergoglio describes the Catholic Faith and doctrine, you can understand why so many Catholics are confused about the Faith at this time. And you can also understand that if you create the false dichotomy that Bergoglio has created between "real" Catholics who subscribe to his version of the Church and those mean, traditional, cold hearted "Pharisees" who only see the Law and nothing else matters, why those same Catholics wouldn't want to be associated with the "Pharisees".

So the effectiveness of the tactic is clear. 

But is he right?  Did Christ reject the Law in instituting the Church?

Short answer: No.  He came to fulfill the Law as he said in the Gospel of Matthew  Chapter 5, verse 17

So if He came to fulfill the Law, then the Law (ie, Doctrine) can't be bad, right?  And yet, it is Bergoglio that tells us that following the Law, defending the Law and making the Law more clearly understood by the faithful is wrong, lacks mercy and compassion, and isn't true to the Faith.

Seems like there is a conflict here.  Either Our Lord is wrong or Bergoglio is wrong.

I'll let you figure that one out on your own.

Short conclusion: Being called a Pharisee by this man is probably a good indicator that you are following and believing precisely what Our Lord wants us to be.  His pathetic attempt to label us with a pejorative term in order to make our thoughts, actions and words in the Catholic world impotent in this battle over the Souls of men will come to naught.









Fight every attempt to alter practice.  Practices are physical and psychological and behavioral cues for people to understand what is going on.  Practices matter because they should reflect and emphasize doctrine.

And the Law matters.  It matters to Christ and it matters to us.


Fascist Sandberg

Sheryl Sandberg is a highly acclaimed executive of Facebook and is regarded as a leading feminist on the world stage. Given yesterday's post regarding Facebook, here is an article with more evidence from a different POV of what Facebook is up to.

Daily Mail Article

In this article, Sandberg says as Davos that we need to "like" terrorists and drive out their hate speech with "love speech".  I think we can classify this approach as the "Hippie Doctrine". 



And it never works.  When you deal with aggressive beasts, they view actions like this as if they were raw meat to devour.  They see it as weakness and they are encouraged by it.  The history of the conflict between Muslims and the West and how the West should respond can be reduced down to this basic premise that all children were taught: stand up to the bully.

Bullies get away with their actions because others don't stand up to them and kick their ass.  Rather than "respond to love", they see it as a negotiation and you don't have any options.  Meaning that they can do what they want and you will just want to appease them.  The post-WW2 response to the Muslim world has used this approach and that combined with Nazi Party elements that filtered down into the Middle East and you get this contemporary scourge that we now face.

Also, it is worth noting a specific initiative that Sandberg mentions in her comments that Facebook has with the German government to combat hate speech and hate groups on Facebook.

Might be worth to ask her how she defines "hate group", because the examples she highlights are "right-wing" groups. 

Remember, the current world leadership love to redefine words.  Do not assume that when they use words, the meaning that they have for these words are the same meanings that you have for these words.  Think in Orwellian terms.  Love is hate; Up is down; Black is white.


Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Fascist Facebook




While contemplating my remarkable lack of alliteration on this blog, I have been coming across some reports, both published as well as personal from friends and family members.  Facebook is developing a fairly nasty habit of acting like Nazis.  No, seriously.  That's not code word for anything -- that's a literal accusation.

Apparently, whether you are talking about orthodox Catholic positions on issues like annulments and Bergoglio's recent actions or reporting on the beastly actions of the recent Muslim invaders of Europe, it appears Facebook has decided that they have the sole discretion on what constitutes a legitimate comment on their servers and what doesn't.

Their penchant for fascist speech standards matches actions taken by other multinational companies who have decided that in this fascist era (by definition, a partnership between an authoritarian government and business), free speech isn't necessary.  Last year, a group of patriots in Germany wrote an instrumental song about defending your homeland that went to the top of the charts on Amazon Deutschland.  Amazon was apparently so offended that Germans might actually want Germany to remain Germany that they wrote a press release to state that they would donate all their profits from these downloads to assisting the refugees. 

Amazon donations

Given the fascist tendencies of the Globalist movement, it should come as no surprise that these totalitarian acts would come from some of the world's biggest companies.  The values of these companies just so happen to coincide with the "values" that our politicians, business leaders, and meat puppets in the mainstream media keep telling us are our values that we would betray by acting in our own self interest.  This monolith of thought and coercive pressure is built on a house of cards -- falsity. 

Their whole structure is literally unreal.  And their whole structure, where they are controlling the events of this Earth, are coming to end quicker than they realize.  And that faster we realize this, the faster we can have our part in their demise. 

But back to those fascists from Menlo Park.  Since I don't have a Facebook account/page/life history in action, I don't have to worry about Facebook.  But I clearly am in the minority.  For the rest of you, be very careful.  They are tracking you, following you and editing you.  Find other ways to communicate with your family, friends and allies.  And especially in this 3rd World War, the ability to keep paths of communication clear will be very important. 

Twitter is a bit more amoral than Facebook.  But it appears, by the performance of their common stock over the last year, that somebody is pushing down the price of the stock to make it a takeover target (probably by some other fascist oriented company that can monitor Twitter users like Zuckerburg is following Facebook users.)

I am not the most well versed in social media.  But look elsewhere. 

The Nazis had a nasty habit of burning books.  Lots of books. 

Facebook is burning thoughts at an increasing rate.

Different generation, same story.

Jorge Bergoglio's Fiddling

A curious thing happened on the way to the Papal audience...

One Peter Five

As reported by Steve Skojec at One Peter Five, a group of Lutherans are reported, by Sandro Magister, that after meeting Bergoglio (as I call him since I have officially claimed, through my standing in the Catholic Church, that he has abdicated the throne of St. Peter) they participated in a Catholic Mass where the Lutherans received the Body of Our Lord.

The linked article states that this is being reported by Magister referencing a Finnish report (of a Lutheran persuasion) that this took place.  That in and of itself requires that we are cautious about this report.  Also, it was reported that Bergoglio wasn't present for this desecration.

But I am reminded of the classic story of Nero playing the fiddle while Rome burns.  It is actually quite fitting that Bergoglio didn't personally commit this travesty but that he created the environment in the Church where something like this could actually be attempted. 

And all the while, Bergoglio plays his fiddle...


Monday, January 18, 2016

More German delusions about Islam

I happen to like Deutsche Welle.  I think that there programming are nice advertisements to go visit Germany and great opportunities to see how beautiful Germany and Germans are and how rich their culture is.

With that being said, I want to comment on the DW interview with the German ambassador to the Vatican and her recent comments about Germany and Islam.  To use a phrase that I absolutely abhor, this woman clearly is on the "wrong side of history."  She is delusional and, considering her CV, she has an obsession with Islam and promoting Islam.  And just like other German officials, she is clearly ready to sacrifice the German people, German culture, and German education (heck probably German food as well.  I hear pork schnitzl is on her list.)

Rather than comment, just head over to the interview through the link below and see for yourself.

Deutsche Welle

Critical Thinking Skills - A case study

One of the great travesties of modern education in the West is the lack of focus on critical thinking skills -- those intellectual skills that allow us to truly be independent thinkers, unswayed by fancy words, pathos arguments, and flashy pictures.

It's obvious why ruling elites would not want those skills developed widely -- a thinking populace is a dangerous populace.  And with a reduction in thinking, people are more easily distracted by IPhones, Apps, Netflix movies, selfies, or to "busy, giddy minds with foreign wars" (Henry IV, Part 2).

But I want everyone who comes here to be encouraged to think for themselves.  Though I believe I have thoughts and ideas that are worth sharing, the more independent thinkers that are on this earth to evaluate the news, headlines, wikipedia pages, and propaganda, the better the world will be.  So for this post, I am focusing on a Bloomberg article found at the link below about Klaus Schwab, Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum (you know, "DAVOS!").

Schwab

The article has to do with the European invasion and what might come next.  As I have done before, I will provide direct quotes from the article and then write my commentary after each section.

“Look how many countries in Africa, for example, depend on the income from oil exports,” Schwab said in an interview ahead of the WEF’s 46th annual meeting, in the Swiss resort of Davos. “Now imagine 1 billion inhabitants, imagine they all move north.


Notice the presumption that everyone in the world wants, and should, be able to move to Europe especially if economic times are bad.  Is there a subtle form of European (ie. white Caucasian) guilt present in this presumption?

 That fits into what Schwab, the founder of the WEF, calls the time of “unexpected consequences” we now live in. In the modern era, it’s harder for policy makers to know the impact of their actions, which has led to “erosion of trust in decision makers.” 

A time of "unexpected consequences"? Sounds like Jorge Bergoglio, doesn't it?  At least he is recognizing that we don't trust our leaders anymore.  But to give them an excuse that they can't know the impact of their actions?  Who in the room didn't know that adding a 1 million man invading army into Europe would cause major problems?

“First, we have to look at the root causes of this,” Schwab said. “The normal citizen today is overwhelmed by the complexity and rapidity of what’s happening, not only in the political world but also the technological field.”
That sense of dislocation has fueled the rise of radical political leaders who tap into a rich vein of anger and xenophobia. For reason to prevail, Schwab said, “we have to re-establish a sense that we all are in the same boat.” 

Ah, here Herr Schwab shows us more than he might have intended.  First, he shows his contempt for our intellectual abilities saying that we are overwhelmed by the speed of "progress".  Maybe it's because our leaders and the media are constantly lying to us?  But of course, our confusion leads to anger and xenophobia, which is inherently irrational. But when our leaders ask us for higher petrol taxes to pay for these invading armies, doesn't that look like betrayal?  What is the average Westerner getting for being so magnanimous?  

And then finally, the cherry on top, and the exact thing I mentioned in a recent post -- we are all part of the same family and that we are all the same.  The globalist agenda can't prevail as long as we understand that though we might all be homo sapiens, we don't all share the same values, culture, customs, dress, habits, faiths or leadership structures.

While that presents huge opportunities, Schwab warns that technological innovation may result in the loss of 20 million jobs in the coming years. Those job cuts risk “hollowing out the middle class,” Schwab said, “a pillar of our democracies.” 

Be forewarned, this is the future.  He is telling everyone who reads this carefully, that this isn't a "may" this is a "will".  Technology will eliminate 20 million jobs in the West in the near future.  He is also stating that as we go through this technological revolution, democracy will end.  But beyond that, there is something more dastardly here -- what do you do with 25-30 million people who can't get jobs?  Why are you importing into Europe millions of uneducated people who won't be able to find jobs?   

You can't view the world through rose-colored glasses.  I know that conclusions such as these are cynical at best, conspiratorial at worse.  But, you cannot assume these people are thinking of how best to help us.  They have plans and they are currently executing them.  We must fight back.  We must protect our families, our communities, our heritage, our culture, and our Faith.

We have everything we need to win.  But we need to unify and we must do it now.  We have communication resources that can connect anyone across the world.  We must use them.

If you are in areas where there are cultural conflicts, please post your experiences in the comments.  Let us know what's going on in your city/town/village.  We cannot rely on the mass media to tell us the truth.