"Many of us have friends or family who plan on getting the vaccine. Maybe they truly believe they are in danger. Maybe they think it’s better safe than sorry. Maybe they just want to be able to go to the pub again.If you know someone who is planning on getting vaccinated against Covid19, ask them … Continue reading 5 Questions And The ‘Vaccine’
Is the Rubicon being crossed? President Trump's Declaration of a State of Emergency for DC certainly gives me that impression. And then there is this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n2Ady3z-Xy8
The CRITICAL DRINKER'S salty (language) analysis is spot on. https://youtu.be/K4yraLWs8T0 If you are a fan of Star Wars at its best, then consider my blasters and blades space opera: https://read.amazon.com/kp/embed?linkCode=kpd&ref_=k4w_oembed_0KCLCaXnnhiFam&asin=B08NB1DY8J&tag=kpembed-20&amazonDeviceType=A2CLFWBIMVSE9N&from=Bookcard&preview=newtab
“Do not be afraid of those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. Rather, be afraid of the One who can destroy both soul and body in hell” – (Matthew 10:28)
“If you get sick with Covid, you can cure it well with a guava tea or with chlorine dioxide,” Cardinal Juan Sandoval Iñiguez, the former Guadalajara Archbishop, Mexico, said during a homily which appeared on the Internet (video below original post).
Guava is a tropical fruit common in Mexico whose leaves are considered medicinal. It’s unclear where and when Sandoval pronounced the homily.
He delivered a message of hope, “Don’t be afraid,” thus angering the oligarch media which insist on scaring people into Covid-19 angst.
For Sandoval, “it is clear that those who have created this pandemic, which is a blunderbuss for the domination of the people, oblige the governments to scare us.”
He criticises them for relentlessly saying “put on your mask”, “don’t leave your house,” “keep your distance,” and adds that “it’s eight or nine months that I don’t wear a mask and I greet…
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THRONE And ALTAR brings us a poignant and pithy meditation on life, death, the soul and the hope and horror of Schopenhauer... Arthur Schopenhauer is much given to refutation by insult, a practice that irritates me. Thus, he says many times that only fools could believe in the existence of the soul after death without … Continue reading On The Immortality Of The Soul
I've spent the last five days cleaning up the manuscript for FAITH & EMPIRE. Having not looked it over in almost three months, the scrutiny of my relatively fresh eyes fell upon a bloody mess. So after five days of reading the manuscript front-to-back three times, all the while editing, tweaking, re-writing and re-writing and … Continue reading Writer’s Update
When, this past summer, everybody and their uncle were taking a knee to black supremacy, President Trump dropped onto both knees before the shrine of Saint JPII. When you add to this, his unprecedented support for the Pro-life movement, Trump could be considered more Catholic than JFK. Certainly more Catholic than your average bishop. – I wouldn’t be surprised if Trump converts during his second term, or perhaps soon after it.
By this courageous proclamation for religious liberty, and using the example of the martyrdom of St Thomas Becket, President Trump is demonstrating to the world that he is a true Christian and unafraid of the secular tyrants attempting to implement an atheistic New World Order.
PRESIDENTIAL PROCLAMATION, REVERING ST. THOMAS BECKET’S COURAGE
Issued on: December 28, 2020
Today is the 850th anniversary of the martyrdom of Saint Thomas Becket on December 29, 1170. Thomas Becket was a statesman, a scholar, a chancellor, a priest, an archbishop, and a lion of religious liberty.
Before the Magna Carta was drafted, before the right to free exercise of religion was enshrined as America’s first freedom in our glorious Constitution, Thomas gave his life so that, as he said, “the Church will attain liberty and peace.”
The son of a London sheriff and once described as “a low‑born clerk” by the King who…
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I’ll be upfront right now. I haven’t known how to write about anything in long-form, for the a very long while now. This season has been the hardest span of time in recent memory. I know I’m not alone in that sentiment, but it’s been exceedingly difficult for me to make heads or tails of … Continue reading Pence, Our Penultimate Hope