God is exceedingly with us.
The earth has just quaked in a populated part of northern California, injuring over a hundred people, at least one critically, and destorying a number of municipal, commerical and residential buildings.
Deadly diseases, such as Ebola in parts of the continent of Africa, are on the rise and may spread to many other parts of the world.
The "Arab Spring" of early-2011 has produced violent anarchy in Libya, engendered a military coup in Egypt to oust the Muslim Brotherhood following the ouster of President Hosni Mubark and has caused Syria to degenerate into a land of such violence and desolation that is surpassed in the Middle East at this time only what is happening in Iraq.
Rival groups of murderers who deny the Sacred Divinity of Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ have been attacking each other for the past two months now as countless numbers of innocent men, women and children have been slaughtered by the amorality ferocity of the Zionists who control the State of Israel (see Monsters of Modernism, Monsters of Modernity and Accepting Apostasy in Increments, part four).
Street violence and other crimes are devastating some cities in the United States of America, including the City of Chicago, Illinois, which has seen some of the worst incidents of shooting in recent years, which have been marked by epic amounts of such shootings, including some in recent days:
Chicago is grappling with a crime paradox this summer: Even as overall crime including homicide drops, the rate of shooting incidents isn't slowing down and threatens to surpass previous years.
The city’s violent summer continued Friday with at least 11 shootings, including one that left a 3-year-old boy hospitalized in critical condition.
The boy and a friend found the gun while at a home in a neighborhood on the city's West Side, and the boy was shot when it went off, police officials said. The child remains hospitalized in critical condition.
Officers are seeking the boy’s father, who owned the gun and is out on parole.
Friday’s shootings were the latest gun-related incidents in a recurring struggle for many Chicago communities. The city saw 205 incidents in 28 days, according to the most recent police statistics, with a higher number of shootings this year than the same time last year.
The boy's shooting comes only days after a 9-year-old boy was shot and killed on the city's South Side. Detectives are still investigating that case and have no suspects in custody. (11 shot, including 3-year-old boy, as Chicago gun violence continues.)
Police armed wit armed with military weaponry and equipment have sought to put out violent street protests in Ferguson, Missouri, following the shooting death of a young black male by a white police officer, who did not know that the man he shot had just robbed a store and roughed up a clerk, which served as the cause for professional race-baiters to use the tragedy for their own selfish purposes, incitement that accompanied the looting and violence that followed in its work. Many of those in local law enforcement saw the matter as opportunity to display and use "GI Joe" "toys" to show their supposedly firm resolve. For a naturalist's commentary on the readiness of many police to view ordinary citizens as criminals while letting most criminals, such as those in Chicago, do as they please as that city's foul-mouthed, pro-abortion, pro-perversion mayor, Rahm Emmanuel, rails about "gun control," see America Is a War Zone where the People Are the Enemy.
Most people, including most Catholics and even a large number of traditionally-minded Catholics, do not care about the daily slaughter of the innocent, whether by chemical or surgical means, and as other sins that cry out to Heaven for vengeance spread wantonly under cover of the civil while they are celebrated widely all throughout what passes for "popular culture" without a clue as to how this angers God and how it causes His just wrath to rain down upon them.
The very partial and entirely incomplete list of chastisements afflicting us at this time are simply manifestations of God's just wrath against His unfaithful, ungrateful people, consumed as they with the pursuits of this passing world. "Hey, let's send out a 'tweet' about the game. Let's send out 'tweets' about what naturalists of the false opposite of the 'right," most of whom are shills for the murderous policies of the Zionist State of Israel, are saying about how to resolve our problems. Who's got time for prayer and reparation. There's a game on, right?"
Another such manifestation, of course, are the group of entirely faithful Mohammedans who comprise the membership of the so-called Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) that is just as deadly in its execution of infidels as was Mohammedan himself fourteen hundred years ago at the beginning of the Sixth Century. As explained in Silence in the White House and at the Casa Santa Marta nearly three weeks ago now, the members of ISIS are being entirely faithful to the dictates of their blasphemous false "prophet," Mohammed, in their quest to "drink the blood" of their enemies.
Even though the lords of Modernity in the government of the United States of America and the lords of Modernism within the walls of the Occupied Vatican on the West Bank of the Tiber River continue to misrepresent ISIS as some sort of "extremist" "fringe" who are somehow disparaging a "great religion," the fact remains that no amount of supposedly "surgical" air strikes that might be ordered by a Mohammedan-sympathizing President of the United States of America, Barack Hussein Obama/Barry Soetoro will end the resolve of ISIS. Similar, no amount of posturing by Miss Frances of the Ding Dong School Of Apostasy about the necessity of "dialogue" and "encounter" or the madness of his interreligious "soccer game that will be played on Monday, September 1, 2014, the Feast of Saint Giles (see Novus Ordo Watch Wire), is going to met by anything other than complete contempt by the forces of ISIS, many of whom, it appears are foreign-born and have been raised in the wonderful enviornment of "religious liberty" and "diversity," who are completely faithful to the bloody tenets of their false religion, Mohammedanism.
The madness is such that Barack Hussein Obama/Barry Soetro can make what appeared to be a "solemn" annoucement following the release of the video showing the execution of journalist James Foley by brutal beheading on Tuesday, August 19, 2014, the Feast of Saint, and then cooly slip out to play a round of golf as it must be terrily taxing on a president's nerves to have to be confronted with the reality of the Mohammedan religion that he has praised so much. The madness is also such that Jorge Mario Bergoglio can speak of the need for the United Nations to "stop" the aggressor without resorting to military force, a contention that makes a mockery of the Just War Theory that was advanced by Saint Augustine in the Fifth Century and refined by Saint Thomas Aquinas eight hundred years later, and this is precisely what Jorge meant to do:
Q. You know that recently the U.S. forces have started bombing the terrorists in Iraq, to prevent a genocide, to protect minorities, including Catholics who are under your guidance. My question is this: do you approve the American bombing?
A. Thanks for such a clear question. In these cases where there is an unjust aggression, I can only say this: it is licit to stop the unjust aggressor. I underline the verb: stop. I do not say bomb, make war, I say stop by some means. With what means can they be stopped? These have to be evaluated. To stop the unjust aggressor is licit.
But we must also have memory. How many times under this excuse of stopping an unjust aggressor the powers [that intervened] have taken control of peoples, and have made a true war of conquest.
One nation alone cannot judge how to stop an unjust aggressor. After the Second World War there was the idea of the United Nations. It is there that this should be discussed. Is there an unjust aggressor? It would seem there is. How do we stop him? Only that, nothing more.
Secondly, you mentioned the minorities. Thanks for that word because they talk to me about the Christians, the poor Christians. It’s true, they suffer. The martyrs, there are many martyrs. But here there are men and women, religious minorities, not all of them Christian, and they are all equal before God.
To stop the unjust aggressor is a right that humanity has, but it is also a right that the aggressor has to be stopped so that he does not do evil.
Q. To return to Iraq. Like Cardinal Filoni and the head of the Dominicans, would you be ready to support a military intervention in Iraq to stop the Jihadists? And I have another question: do you think of going one day to Iraq, perhaps to Kurdistan to sustain the Christian refugees who wait for you, and to pray with them in this land where they have lived for 2,000 years?
A. Not long ago I was with the Governor of Kurdistan, Minister Nechirvan Barzani. He had very clear ideas about the situation and how to find solutions, but that was before this unjust aggression.
I have responded to the first question. I am only in the agreement in the fact that when there is an unjust aggressor he is to be stopped.
Yes, I am willing [to go there]. But I think I can say this, when we heard with my collaborators about the killings of the religious minorities, the problem at that moment in Kurdistan was that they could not receive so many people. It’s a problem that one can understand. What can be done? We thought about many things. First of all a communique was issued by Fr. Lombardi in my name. Afterwards that communique was sent to all the nunciatures so that it be communicated to governments. Then we wrote a letter to the Secretary General of the United Nations. Many things …. And at the end we decided to send our personal envoy—Cardinal Filoni, and I said if it were necessary when we return from Korea we can go there. It was one of the possibilities. This is my answer. I am willing [to go there]. At the moment it is not the best thing to do, but I am ready for this. (Full Text Of Jorge's Press Conference On Plane.)
Well, just as the counterfeit church of conciliarism has rejected the imposition of the death penalty by the civil state upon one adjudged guilty after full due process of law of committing a heinous crime even though the death penalty is part of the binding precepts of the Natural Law and sought to equate its imposition with the killing of the innocent preborn under cover of the civil law even though no such equivalence exists, so is it the lords of Modernisim in the counterfeit church of conciliarism have come to view war in and of itself as wrong in every circumstance, that there is never an instance, even speaking theoretically, when one can make recourse to the Just War Theory as taught by Saint Augustine and then amplified by Saint Thomas Aquinas and others.
While it is certainly true that the sophistication and destructive power of modern weaponry make it incumbent to weighs its effects according to the principle of Proportionality (which teaches that an end that is morally good and justified in itself might be illicit to pursue if one concludes that the foreseen evil to be done in pursuit of that legitimate end outweighs the good to be accomplished), this is not to say that there is never any instance which nations cannot seek to defend themselves by the used of armed force directed by a duly constituted civil authority in a just case when a wound to justice requires such action.
Having dispensed with the necessary distinctions provided by the Scholasticism of Saint Thomas Aquinas, conciliar revolutionaries such as Jorge Mario bumbling idiots of the counterfeit church of conciliarism make absolute statements that are premised upon a false moral equivalence between two actions that appear similar to one another but are actually very distinct according to the moral teaching of the Natural Law, whose authoritative interpretation is provided solely by the Catholic Church.
Indeed, Bergoglio's hand-picked soft-on-Communist dictators Secretary of State, Pietro "Cardinal" Parolin, who worked under Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI's pal Tarcisio "Cardinal" Bertone, S.D.B., and helped to plot the Antipope Emeritus's egregious "opening" (see Letter to Bishops, Priests, Consecrated Persons and Lay Faithful of Red China, June 30, 2007) to the merchants of death, murder, terror, slavery, torture and repression in Red Chinar that represented a sellout of the long-suffering Catholics in the underground Church in Chin (see Red China Still A Workshop For The New Ecclesiology), has said that there is no conflict between Christianity and Mohammedanism taking place in Iraq and Syria at this time, that many Mohammedans condemn the actions of ISIS just as much as do Christians, protesting that his boss, Jorge the Red, has not remained silent about the plight of Chaldean Rite Catholics and Orthodox Christians who had have to flee to Iraq and Syria as a result of what we know to be the logical result of former President George Walker Bush's unjust, immoral and unconstitutional invasion and occupation of Iraq on March 20, 2003:
Your Eminence, what is your view on the events in Iraq?
“The Pope has already spoken up and I have no comment on his words. I think the situation is a source of great worry for Christians and for all the other minorities. We sincerely hope that the displaced can go back to their villages and that a new Iraq can be built through political inclusion, in which all minorities have a part to play and can contribute to the rebuilding of the country”.
Do you wish for an upsurge of conscience within the international community?
“The international community must definitely intervene. It must intervene by being present in this situation. It is impossible for a country in the conditions Iraq is in now to resolve its problems on its own.”
There are people who report on the events in Iraq as a clash between Christianity and Islam. Is this a correct view or is it an oversimplification?
“I believe it is an oversimplification. Recently, I have been reading some reports from the nuncio in Syria that explained how many Muslims are suffering for these events and are supportive of Christians. So this is definitely not a clash between Islam and Christianity. There are people within Islam, and I believe that they are the majority, who refuse these brutal and inhuman methods. Unfortunately, some factions make them their own but I believe that they are not condoned by most of the other Muslims. We hope that they will also speak up against this, to make a clear distinction between what can and what cannot be done, we hope that the Muslim world speaks up”. (“The events in Iraq are not a clash between Islam".)
I have said it before. I will say it here again now.
These men are mad. They are insane men as to be insane is to be detached from reality. These men do not know Catholicism and they do not know the horrors of each false religion, including their own.
The fact that many Mohammedans are horrified by ISIS means nothing as such people do not even understand the teachings of their own false "prophet," Mohammed, the pan-Arab slayer of the innocent and destroyer of the cities and countries of "infidels." Bergoglio and Parolin are as blind to the truth about Mohammedanism as they are to Communism as they think that the Chicoms will make "nice-nice" to them in exchange for the sweet nothings of "dialogue" and "encounter" that they continue to whisper and as underground Catholics are still being persecuted aplenty in the slave labor camp known as the "People's Republic of China"(see Hands Off, Jorge ).
While it is true that Christians and Mohammedans have lived for centuries in relative peace in such countries as Turkey, Iraq and Syria, this has been so because, at least for the most part, of the rule of "benevolent despots" who saw that it was in their own best interests to curb their own co-religionists' natural desire to slay infidels. Even the pre-"Arab Spring" Egypt saw persecutions of Catholics and Coptic Rite Orthodox Christians by the regimes of both Anwar Sadat and Hosni Mubarak (see Not Interested in Assisi III, Springing Back Into Power, Two Figures Of Antichrist In Search Of "Moderate" Musselmen and Francis and Barry's Religion of Peace).
For the likes Jorge Mario Bergoglio and Pietro Parolin to be correct, therefore, our true popes who called for the Crusades, staring with Blessed Pope Urban II on November 27, 1095, and numerous Catholic kings and saints were wrong, each and every one of them. Well, this is, of course, precisely what Bergoglio/Francis is saying, and it is what Giovanni Montini/Paul the Sick said at the United Masonic Nations Organization on October 4, 1965, the Feast of Saint Francis of Assisi.
For the likes of Jorge Mario Bergoglio and Pietro Parolin to be correct, of course, Charles Martel at the Battle of Tours (Poitiers) on October 10, 732, was wrong. He should have "dialogued" with the Mohammedans invading France.
For the likes of Jorge Mario Bergoglio and Pietro Parolin to be correct, of course, Pope Innocent III, who gave his full support to both Saint Francis of Assisi and Saint Dominic de Guzman in their respective efforts to launch religious communities, the Francisans and the Dominicans, that became responsible for the flowering of Christendom in the Thirteenth Century, had to be wrong when he called for the Fifth Crusade in 1213.
Mr. Frank Rega, the author of Saint Francis of Assisi and the Conversion of the Muslims, has just posted a large part of Pope Innocent III's bull proclaiming the Fifth Crusade. Here is an excerpt:
For how can a man be said to love his neighbor as himself, in obedience to God's command, when, knowing that his brothers, who are Christians in faith and in name, are held in the hands of the perfidious Saracens in dire imprisonment and are weighed down by the yoke of most heavy slavery, he does not do something effective to liberate them, thereby transgressing the command of that natural law which the Lord gave in the gospel, "Whatsoever you would that men should do to you, do you also to them?" Or perhaps you do not know that many thousands of Christians are being held in slavery and imprisonment in their hands, tortured by countless torments?
We are sure that, since we ought to put much more trust in divine mercy than in human power, we ought to fight such a conflict not so much with physical arms as with spiritual ones.
Fasting and almsgiving should be joined to prayer, so that with these wings the prayer itself may fly more easily and quickly to the most loving ears of God, who will mercifully listen to us at the appointed time. And every day during the celebrations of Mass . . . the priest who is celebrating must chant this prayer over the altar:
"God, who disposes all things with marvelous providence, we humbly beseech thee to snatch from the hands of the enemies of the cross the land which thine only-begotten son consecrated with his own blood and to restore it to Christian worship by mercifully directing in the way of eternal salvation the vows of the faithful here present, made for its liberation, through the same Christ Our Lord." (Pope Innocent III calls for a crusade against the "perfidious Saracens".)
For the likes of Jorge Mario Bergolio and Pietro Parolin be correct, Pope Saint Pius V was wrong to have urged Catholics worldwide to pray Our Lady's Most Holy Rosary for the victory of the combined Christian naval fleet against the Mohammedan forces that outnumbered them very heavily in the Bay of Lepanto on October 7, 571, something that was implied very strongly by Paul the Sick's returning the flag of the Turkish flagship captured in the Battle of Lepanto to the Turks in 1964.
For the likes of Jorge Mario Bergoglio and Pietro Parolin be correct, the King of Poland, Jan Sobieski, was wrong to have fought the Mohammedan forces seeking to storm the Gates of Vienna, which was invaded in recent decades by conciliar revolutionaries such as Christoph Schonborn, on September 12, 1683.
Then again, it must be remembered that the conciliar "popes," including Jorge Mario Bergoglio, and their counterfeit church of conciliarism, replete with its false doctrine and false, sacramentally barren liturgical rites, are responsible for the slaying of countless billions of souls, making them God's greatest chastisement upon us this time of apostasy and betrayal.
It is in this time of apostasy and betrayal that we must have more and more recourse to Our Lady's Most Holy Rosary, something that the murdered James Foley, whose parents have received a telephone call of condolence from "Pope Francis" (see Bergoglio calls the parents of Journalist James Foley), did during the time he was held as a captive in Libya in 2012 and that he did prior to his savage execution six days ago now:
After his release from his first captivity in Libya James Foley wrote this letter to his alma mater, Marquette University. He said:
Myself and two colleagues had been captured and were being held in a military detention center in Tripoli. Each day brought increasing worry that our moms would begin to panic. My colleague, Clare, was supposed to call her mom on her birthday, which was the day after we were captured. I had still not fully admitted to myself that my mom knew what had happened. But I kept telling Clare my mom had a strong faith.I prayed she’d know I was OK. I prayed I could communicate through some cosmic reach of the universe to her.
I began to pray the rosary. It was what my mother and grandmother would have prayed.
I said 10 Hail Marys between each Our Father. It took a long time, almost an hour to count 100 Hail Marys off on my knuckles. And it helped to keep my mind focused.
Clare and I prayed together out loud. It felt energizing to speak our weaknesses and hopes together, as if in a conversation with God, rather than silently and alone. (Remembering James Foley.)
On this great feast the Crusader King, Saint Louis IX, King of France, let us resolve to pray more and more Rosaries each day to appease the anger of the good and just God for our own sins and those of the whole world, begging Our Lady to be some small instrument in effecting the conversion of all men everywhere, starting with ourselves, to be true and faithful followers of her Divine Son as members of His Holy Catholic Church and as His consecrated slaves through her own Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart.
Isn't it time to pray a Rosary now?
Vivat Christus Rex! Viva Cristo Rey!
Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us.
Saint Joseph, pray for us.
Saints Peter and Paul, pray for us.
Saint John the Baptist, pray for us.
Saint Michael the Archangel, pray for us.
Saint Gabriel the Archangel, pray for us.
Saint Raphael the Archangel, pray for us.
Saints Joachim and Anne, pray for us.
Saints Caspar, Melchior, and Balthasar, pray for us.
Saint Louis IX, King of France, pray for us.