Paul Joseph Watson @PrisonPlanet Fascinating how they flipped the switch virtually overnight from 'anyone who questions the narrative on COVID is dangerous/should be locked up' to 'anyone who questions the war narrative is dangerous/should be locked up'. [https://twitter.com/PrisonPlanet/status/1498377139632189442]
Rorate Caeli @RorateCaeli More and more the resignation of Benedict XVI, 9 years ago today, looks like the removal of the katechon (κατέχων) that was restraining much evil in the world. From ISIS to Ukraine, from COVID and lockdowns to deeply symbolic signs in the Church, something’s been unleashed. [https://twitter.com/RorateCaeli/status/1498341707355672579]
CPAC Straw Poll: Trump wins with 59 percent, DeSantis places second In a straw poll conducted at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Sunday showed former President Trump is favorited in the 2024 presidential primary. 59 percent of respondents said they would vote for Trump. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis came in second, at 28 percent, in the same s ... Read more »
Aol: In the opening days of the war in Ukraine , the fractious American public is remarkably united in opposition to Russia’s invasion, with 74 percent saying the breach is not justified and 76 percent expressing an unfavorable opinion of Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to a new Yahoo News/YouGov poll. Yet in a striking sign of how deep partisanship continues to run in the U.S., just 3 percent of 2020 Donald Trump voters are willing to say President Biden is “doing a better job leading his country” than Putin. Nearly half (47 percent) of Trump voters say Putin is doing a better job than Biden, even as Russia’s economy threatens to collapse under the weight of crippling global sanctions. A slightly smaller share of Trump voters (45 percent) say “neither” man is doing a better job than the other. More Trump voters also express an unfavorable opinion of Biden (95 percent) than of Putin (78 percent) — with a full 87 percent saying they have a “very” unfavorable
Glenn Greenwald : War Propaganda About Ukraine Becoming More Militaristic, Authoritarian, and Reckless Every useful or pleasing claim about the war, no matter how unverified or subsequently debunked, rapidly spreads, while dissenters are vilified as traitors or Kremlin agents. Glenn Greenwald Feb 27 NOTE TO SUBSCRIBERS: This article is longer than the space constraints of Substack's email service permit. To read the full article, please go here and click the top story. WASHINGTON, DC - DECEMBER 1: (L-R) Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY), vice-chair of the select committee investigating the January 6 attack on the Capitol, and Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) listen during a committee meeting on Capitol Hill on December 1, 2021 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images) In the weeks leading up to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, those warning of the possible dangers of U.S. involvement were assured that such concerns were baseless. The prevailing line insisted that nobo
Br. Alexis Bugnolo apparently disagrees with the LifeSiteNews theologian that Catholics need to "wait for the judgement of the Church." He says that "the validity of a papal renunciation is determined by the law": "It is true regardless of who declares it or does not declare it, because the validity of a papal renunciation is determined by the law itself, not by the acceptance or rejection of anyone. Here many Catholics get confused and are being gaslighted by the lavender mafia. Because it is one thing that a canonical act is or is not, or is or is not valid, its another thing that it is judged to be valid or not, to be or not. In the case of matrimonial vows, the Church puts their validity under its judgement. But in the Case of a papal resignation, the Church does not put this under anyone’s judgement, because a papal act is what it is, there is no one who can judge it to be other than it is. So when the Pope says I renounce the Ministery, those
Putin quotes Talmud in reference to Russia’s territory What did Putin and Francis talk about at their meeting? “(Muslims) are Jews’ natural allies,” in Europe says Pinchas Goldschmidt (Chief Rabbi of Moscow) never forget! Vladimir ‘defender of Christianity’ Putin Don the Con — The Donald and his connection to Putin via Russia’s ruling oligarchy Vladimir ‘defender of Christianity’ Putin kisses a boy on the stomach because he wanted “to stroke him like a cat”. Aleksandr Dugin more from Vladimir Putin’s 2006 Interactive Internet Conference It’s absurd to say that Vladimir Putin is rebuilding Christianity in Russia
The Market Ticker The Market Ticker - I...Told...You....So : If you like electric cars, trucks and similar where they make sense (local commuter transport, local delivery, etc.) then you need the clean, available, stable power generation capacity in order to feed same. Ditto if you wish to try to force people into using electrical energy for heat as opposed to natural gas, propane and heating oil. You cannot do this with wind and solar because they are not reliable and not having heat when its -20F outside both does ridiculous amounts of property damage and kills people. It would be nice if you could violate the laws of physics but you can't and all the screaming in the world will not change this.
https://www.amazon.com/St-Gallen-Mafia-Exposing-Reformist/dp/1505122872 " According to this book, Francis and his ilk have a goal of "decentralizing" church administration - pushing decisions down to the local level rather than the pope carrying more of the load. This is why he is pushing synods and synodality, where the bishops get together to groups to decide how to handle questions such as divorce, communion, women priests, married priests, etc. However, what the synod decides would depend on who gets invited to the synod. In other words, invitations go out only to those thought to be reliable on whatever side sends the invitations (the pope sent out the invitations to the current Synod on Synodality). It's kind of like voting in Chicago - you can vote for anyone as long as it's a democrat. This biggest issue I have with synods and synodality is that the pope is still the one making the decisions, but he's not paying attention to anyone who
http://marklevinshow.com/Article.asp?id=2350987&spid=32345 Top September 16, 2012 by Amy Contrada December 9, 2011 ------------------------------------------------------------Summary: Mitt Romney’s record as Governor does not indicate a commitment to a conservative judicial philosophy.--------------------------------------------- His judge appointees revealed at best “no philosophical or partisan pattern” (Boston Globe), or at worst a liberal and even radical tilt. He sought out feminists and radical homosexual groups in his judicial selection process. He was inconsistent in his pronouncements on judicial activism, allowing it to occur under his watch (with “gay marriage”) while simultaneously urging others to fight it. How then could we expect him to keep his recent promises to appoint constitutional conservatives to the bench if he is elected President? [...] Given the fact the Democrat party in Massachusetts is extremely pro-abortion, we can assume that m
June 24, 2020 On May 7, 2018, Netherlands Cardinal Willem Jacobus Eijk apparently implied that Francis may be acting in the spirit of the Antichrist. Eijk said: "Observing that the bishops and, above all, the Successor of Peter fail to maintain and transmit faithfully and in unity the deposit of faith... I cannot help but think of Article 675 of the Catechism of the Catholic Church: 'The Church's ultimate trial Before Christ's second coming... will unveil the 'mystery of iniquity' in the form of religious deception... apostasy from the truth.'" (National Catholic Register, "Cardinal Eijk: Pope Francis Needed to Give Clarity on Intercommunion," May 7, 2017) Moreover, Dr. Ed Mazza in his argument that Pope Benedict XVI relinquished the power of the Bishop of Rome while remaining the pope (the Successor of Peter) is mirroring and quoting Antonio Socci's "opposition to the advance of the Antichrist"
Catholic Monitor Comments: Steven O'Reilly said… There are tons of problems with Francis, including possibly being an anti-pope. There should be an imperfect council to examine many things. That said, Dr. Mazza's and A. Socci's theses is/are not the answer -- nor any BiP theory. Regarding Dr. Mazza's thesis. The Declaratio makes clear a new conclave is to be held to elect a "new Supreme Pontiff." The Latin is the same in Universi Dominici Gregis, JPII's conclave rules. BXVI modified those rules in specific anticipation of the March 2013 conclave (cf. Normas Nonnullas, Feb 22, 2013)--so this reveals his mind on his resignation, and the papacy (e.g., what his successor *is*) only days from the effective date of his resignation (Feb 28, 2013). In Normas Nonnullas, BXVI modified UDG slightly (e.g., UDG 87), but leaving intact most of UDG, such as that the one elected is asked 'do you accept your election as SUPREME PONTIFF?' The