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Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Truth in memes....








One could also replace "billionaire" with "Zionist traitor"!

ps - for those who are just too damn stupid to figure it out - just because I do not support Trump, does not mean that I support or supported Clinton. 

There are many who either due to malice, ignorance, or quite simply a lack of intelligence do not understand or hide the difference between National Socialism and Communistic Socialism.

The Catholic Church unequivocally condemned Communistic Socialism, but CLEARLY did not condemn National Socialism.  

The Catholic Church signed a concordat with National Socialist Germany under Hitler.  

The Catholic Church did not excommunicate a single National Socialist, not even Adolf Hitler and in fact, offered a Requiem Mass for the repose of Hitler's soul.

Below is Hitler's own definition of the kind of "socialism" that National Socialism is, see for yourself if it sounds anything like Communistic Socialism!








General Franco, the great Catholic leader of Spain, upon learning of the death of Adolf Hitler said this:







Do not be deceived by Jewish lies - History is told by the victors!

Monday, February 27, 2017

Sacramental Intention and Masonic Bishops 


http://www.traditionalmass.org/images/articles/MasonicBishops.pdf



Take the time to read carefully, prayerfully, and thoughtfully, the article in the previous post and the link above.

The claim has been made that if Cardinal Lienart was a Freemason, he could therefore not have validly ordained Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre.  If true, Lefebvre's later Consecration as a Bishop and all of his subsequent ordinations would be invalid.

I have been giving a great deal of thought to this claim lately and am going to share these thoughts now.

As the two articles clearly indicate, there is no proof that Cardinal Lienart was a Freemason, only hearsay.  Even Archbishop Lefebvre's own claim of seeing the photo of Cardinal Lienart in masonic garb which was published in a magazine, was based on an error.  (Lienart was in ordinary clerical vestments, but in a photo underneath was an article about Masonry)

If he was a Freemason, it still does not seem to make sense that this, in and of itself, invalidates the ordination.  An atheist, even a Satanist, can validly administer the Sacrament of Baptism, so how is a Freemason any different?

Think about the fact that Freemasonry is by definition a SECRET Society, therefore how would one know if ANY bishop or cardinal were a Freemason.

If being a Freemason ipso facto invalidates any ordination, we have reason to doubt ALL ordinations made after 1717 when Freemasonry as we know it began.  How would we ever know if a Priest or Bishop was truly validly ordained?

What of the "Conversos" of Spain during the time of Queen Isabella?  We know, as did the Popes and Bishops of the time KNOW that there were false converts from Judaism to the Catholic Faith.  The Church also knew that they reached the highest levels in the Church - Priests and Bishops.

Masonry is merely a tool and extension of Judaism.

Did the Church declare that any of the ordinations or other sacraments which were administered using correct matter and form by the "Converso" Bishops to be invalid?  If so, I cannot find any evidence of it.

Has any Pope ever declared that it is impossible for a Bishop who is/was a Freemason to validly administer Sacraments?  If so, I cannot find any evidence of it, let alone evidence that an accusation of Freemasonic membership based on nothing more than hearsay would invalidate his ordinations.

Again, this is supposing that Cardinal Lienart was a Mason, there is no proof, other than hearsay that he was.

Archbishop Lefebvre was ordained in 1928 and was called to be a Bishop and named an Archbishop by Pope Pius XII.

I think it is quite a stretch to claim he was never validly ordained a Priest.

This is not to say that I agree with SSPX or all of the clergy in the line of Archbishop Lefebvre, just like I do not agree with all of the clergy in the line of Archbishop Ngo.

The question of validity does not touch on the later actions of those validly ordained.

The Truth will set us free, but we must search for it.  "Knock and it shall be opened to you"

Unfortunately, many refuse to knock because they feel they already possess the truth, they feel they are already inside and do not need to knock to gain entry.
Food for Thought


Cracks in the Masonry
Rama Coomaraswamy MD


Was Abp. Lefebvre invalidly ordained by a Mason?
Some months ago I read an article in a mimeographed publication which "proved" that Archbishop Lefebvre was — of all things — an Arian. The "evidence" for this charge was the claim that he refused to read the Last Gospel. The poor soul who wrote the article, however, seemed unaware that a bishop at Pontifical High Mass does not read the Last Gospel at the altar, but rather recites it to himself on the way out — as prescribed by the rubrics.
      Now, while one can ignore such attacks on the Archbishop's integrity, there is one which strikes at the heart of the Society of Saint Pius X and every traditional Catholic — for it is claimed by some lay "popes" (pardon the quotation marks) that Arch­bishop Lefebvre is himself not validly ordained and consecrated. If such is true — they say — then all the priests he has ordained are also incapable of providing the sacraments, and the Society itself is without func­tion or purpose.
      It would be impossible to respond to every possible criticism and calumny, based as they are on insinuations, distortions and half-truths. But an attack on the validity of His Excellency's ordination and consecration warrants a clear and unequivocal response.
The latter is based on the story that Achille Cardinal Liénart, the man who ordained Archbishop Lefebvre a priest and consecrated him a bishop, was a Freemason of high rank. In respon­ding to this, we must answer three questions;
(1) What is the evidence that Cardinal Liénart was a Freemason, and how much confidence can we place in this evidence?
(2) If Cardinal Liénart had been a Freemason, would this have invalidated the ordination and consecration of Archbishop Lefebvre?
(3) What was the Church's practice in the past in the case of Holy Orders conferred by a prelate who unquestionably was a Mason?

1. Was Cardinal Liénart a Mason?
      Obviously, this is a critical issue. If Cardinal Liénart was not a Freemason, then there would be no basis for impugning the validity of the Arch­bishop's orders. What then is the evidence for the assertion?
      The most specific source is a book entitled Papal Infallibility (L'lnfaillibilité Pontificale) by the French writer Marquis de la Franquerie. This individual is said to be "a papal Secret Chamberlain who lives in Lucon, Vendée, France," and "a learned historian with special knowledge in the field of penetration of the Catholic hierarchy by Freemasonry in France." He is said to be a traditionalist, and a friend of Archbishop Lefebevre.
On page 80 of his book, during the course of a discussion of the modernist maneuverings in prepraration for Vatican II, the Marquis mentions, almost in passing, that Cardinal Liénart was a “luciferian” who attended "black Masses." Toward the end of a lengthy footnote on another topic that continues onto the following page, the Marquis adds:
      “This attitude of the Cardinal could not sur­prise those who knew his membership in the Freemasonic and Luciferian lodges. This was the reason why the author of this study [i.e., the Marquis de la Franquerie] always had refused to accompany Cardinal Liénart in the official ceremonies as Secret Chamberlain.
      “The Cardinal had been initiated in a lodge in Cambrai whose Venerable was Brother Debierre. He frequented a lodge in Cambrai, three at Lille, one in Valenciennes, and two in Paris, of which one was in a special way com­posed of parliamentarians. In the year 1919, he is designated as ‘Visitor’ (18th Degree), then, in 1924, as 30th degree. The future Car­dinal met in the lodges Brother Debierre and Roger Solengro. Debierre was one of the in­formers of Cardinal Gasparri who had been initiated in America, and of Cardinal Hartmann. Archbishop of Cologne, a Rosicrucian.
      “The Cardinal belonged to the International League against Anti-Semitism, where he met up again with Marc Sangnier and Father Violet.
      “It was given to us to meet in Lourdes a former Freemason who, on July 19, 1932, had been miraculously cured of a wound suppurating on his left foot for fourteen years — a cure recognized by the Verification Bureau on July 18, 1933. This miraculously-healed gentleman, Mr. B..., told us that, at the time when he frequented a Luciferian lodge, he met there the cardinal whom he recognized and was dumbfounded.”
      Another source cited is Archbishop Lefebvre himself. In a talk given in Montreal, Canada on May 27, 1976, he stated:
      “Two months ago in Rome, the traditionalist periodical Chiesa Viva, published — I have seen it in Rome with my own eyes — on the back side of the cover, the photograph of Cardinal Liénart with all his Masonic paraphernalia, the day of the date of his in­scription in Masonry..., then the date at which he rose to the 20th, then to the 30th degree of Masonry, attached to this lodge, to that lodge, at this place, at that place. Mean­while, about two or three months after this publication was made, I heard nothing about any reaction, or any contradiction. Now, un­fortunately, I must say to you that this Cardinal Liénart is my bishop, it is he who or­dained me a priest, it is he who consecrated me a bishop. I cannot help it... Fortunately, the orders are valid... But, in spite of it, it was very painful for me to be informed of it.”
      The issue of Chiesa Viva was No. 51, March, 1976. In it there is an article entitled "Il Cardinale Achille Liénart era Massone."
However, the Archbishop's memory was faulty, for the photograph involved was a picture of Cardinal Liénart in ordinary ecclesiastical attire, and below this a drawing which shows a monumental entrance door to a building around which Freemasonic sym­bols are grouped. This second picture carried the designation: "Entrance door to a Freemasonic temple."
The article, whose author is not named, says that the source of his information is pages 80 and 81 of Papal Infalibility, the book quoted above.
      Another Italian journal, Si Si, No, No, also informs us that Cardinal Liénart was a Freemason. Its source, however, also turns out to be the Marquis de la Franquerie’s Papal Infalibility.
      Now, gentle reader, this is the sum total of the "evidence" brought forth for Cardinal Liénart be­ing a Freemason! And it all goes back to the asser­tions of the Marquis de la Franquerie.
      It may interest the reader to learn that accor­ding to a paper called The Sword of Truth: "From an irrefutable source, [Is there any other kind?], we learned recently that John XXIII was initiated into the Knights Templar Order of Freemasonry in 1935. Now we know why he took the name of the anti-Pope John XXIII…”
And for those who would prefer a pre-ConciIiar Masonic Pontiff, we have it on the authority of a Brother Joseph Mc-Cabe (A History of Freemasonry) that Pius IX was also a Freemason. According to this source Pius, "the most vitriolic critic of the Masons before Leo XIII, had himself been a Mason; and at one time the French put into circulation a portrait of him in full Masonic regalia… Dudley Wright gives in his Roman Catholicism and Freemasonry the official proof that the charge is true. Pius was admitted to the Elerna Catena lodge at Palermo in 1839, when he was already a 46-year-old priest; and other documents show that as a Papal emissary in South America he was received in the lodges of Monte Video."
      Of course, in the first case, the "irrefutable source" remains unidentified. How convenient! In the second case, we are told that "a portrait was circulated." Lost now, perhaps? And "documents show" Pius was received as a Mason. And where are these documents? Did they go down with the Titanic?
      The Marquis provides a similar paucity of evidence — a "Mr. B..." who knew of this matter in 1932, but, despite his gratitude to the Blessed Virgin for a miraculous cure, and despite the fact that he knew Achille Liénart was teaching in the Seminary of Lille, ordaining priests and con­secrating bishops, decided not to share his precious secret. Nothing like an "irrefutable anonymous source”!
Was "Mr. B..." afraid the Freemasons would do away with him? But then, why share it at a later date when he had no greater immunity?
I have been told — unfortunately, not by an irrefutable source — that the documents showing the Cardinal's signatures at these various lodges can be produced. Now I ask you, if one were a churchman obviously on the rise in the hierarchy and within a secret and diabolical organization, would one casually pop into the local lodge and place one's signature on the guest book? I rather doubt it. One should have far too much respect for the Freemasonic organization than to believe that a real "agent provocateur" would be even seen in a lodge. As for "documentation," in this day and age it can be easily produced by a variety of technical methods.
      What are the sources for the Marquis' asser­tions, you may ask? Other than the anonymous "Mr. B...," he does not give any. For his other factual claims about Masonic infiltration, the Marquis provides references in his book that can be verified; for the accusation against Cardinal Liénart, he gives no documentary sources at all. He just asserts something — he does not offer proof or solid evidence.
      Finally, the author, the Marquis de la Franquerie, informs us that he knew about this all for decades, and as a result would not accompany Car­dinal Liénart "in the official ceremonies as Secret Chamberlain."
Now, I find it extremely strange that the Marquis, who received this high papal honor of being named a Secret Chamberlain, did nothing to expose this terrible situation when he had access to Church authorities prior to Vatican II. Why did he also wait until the mid-seventies to provide the world with this informa­tion?
      It seems, then, that we cannot really take any of the evidence seriously. It is sensationalist tittle-tattle that proves nothing.
We are therefore morally obliged to find the "defendant," Cardinal Liénart, not guilty of the charge.

2. What If Liénart Had Been a Mason?
      But purely for the sake of argument, let assume the claim is true.
The question then would be: Would this affect the validity of ordinations performed by Cardinal Liénart?
Those who have attacked the Archbishop claim it would, and they make much of the chronology of the alleged sequence of events. The sequence they give is the following:
      Cardinal Liénart: Born, 1884; ordained, 1907; became Mason, 1912; promoted to 30th degree, 1924; became bishop 1928; ordained Archbishop Lefebvre, 1929; became Car­dinal, 1930.
      Now, the question of the validity of the or­dination depends upon the usual criteria for the validity of any sacrament. The essential re­quirements are "intention, matter, form, minister, and disposition of the recipient."
We can presume that matter and form fulfilled the necessary re­quirements of the Church, for in such solemn and public ceremonies an error in this regard would not have escaped unnoticed.
With regard to the minister, it is a teaching of the Church that neither faith nor the state of grace is required. Sinful, heretical, schismatic and apostate priests or bishops can still validly (though sinfully and illicit­ly) confect the sacraments, provided that they use the proper matter and form and have the necessary intention.
The question (if Bishop Liénart had been a Mason) would NOT be whether he could have validly administered a sacrament at all, but whether in fact he did so. In other words, did he either withhold his intention, or have an in­tention contrary to that which is considered necessary?
      The obvious answer is that we do not know and cannot know — because we cannot look back into his heart in 1929. The requirement established, or rather defined, at the Council of Trent is that the minister must "intend to do what the Church does." (Sess. 7, Can. 11)
Is it possible for a Freemason to intend to do what the Church does? The answer is yes. It is also possible for him to withhold this intention and to have a contrary in­tention — but, then, it is possible for any priest or bishop to do the same with any sacrament.
      To backtrack a little, intention can be characterized as "external" and "internal." Exter­nal intention is reflected in performing the rites correctly, but it does not suffice. If the minister does not have the correct internal intention, he would be acting in his own name or by his own power, rather than in Christ's name and with Christ's power. He would be performing a purely natural act — and not a supernatural one.
      The crux of the issue is how can we know and recognize this "internal intention" on the part of the minister?
Pope Leo XIII spoke to this issue when discussing Anglican orders:
“Concerning the mind or intention, insomuch as it is in itself something internal, the Church does not pass judgment; but insofar as it is externally manifested, she is bound to judge of it. Now if, in order to effect and confer a Sacrament, a person has seriously and correctly used the matter and form, he is for that very reason presumed to have intend­ed to do what the Church does. It is on this principle that the doctrine is solidly founded which holds as a true Sacrament that which is conferred by the ministry of a heretic or a non-baptized person [as in Baptism] as long as it is conferred in the Catholic rite.” (Em­phasis supplied.)
      Perhaps it would be more correct to say that the Church cannot pass judgment purely on inter­nal intentions for the simple reason that she cannot ever really know them.
Thus, those who claim that Cardinal Liénart was a Mason and for this reason did not validly confer priestly ordination arrogate to themselves the right to do something even the Church has no power to do — pass judgment on the unexpressed intentions of the ministers of a sacra­ment.
      All this is not to say that the correct perfor­mance of the external rites, absent any intention at all, suffices for validity — indeed, this opinion was condemned by the Church.
In the absence of external evidence which clearly shows that the intention was withheld, the Church always presumes that the minister did in fact have the intention of doing what the Church does.
And thus we find St. Thomas Aquinas teaching that "the minister of the sacrament acts in the person of the whole Church, whose minister he is; while in the words uttered by him, the intention of the Church is expressed; and that this suffices for the validity of the sacrament, except the contrary be expressed on the part either of the minister or of the recipient of the sacrament." (Summa, Part III, Question 64, 8 and 2).
      Now, it is not necessary for the minister of a sacrament to be either morally pure or orthodox. Augustine teaches that "the evil lives of wicked men are not prejudicial to God's sacraments, by rendering them either invalid or less holy." St. Thomas in discussing this states that "the ministers of the Church work instrumentally in the sacraments… Now an instrument acts not by reason of its own form, but by the power of one who moves it… The ministers of the Church do not by their own power cleanse from sin those who approach the sacraments, nor do they confer grace on them: it is Christ Who does this by His own power while He employs them [the ministers] as in­struments." (Ibid., 6, ad 1).
Putting this somewhat differently, the minister acts as a conduit for Christ's grace, providing he in no way obstructs Christ and the Church's intent by using his free will to intend a contrary purpose.
      We have also said that the minister need not be orthodox. As St. Thomas teaches:
"Since the minister works instrumentally in the sacraments, he acts not by his own, but by God's power. Now, just as charity belongs to a man's own power, so also does faith. Wherefore, just as the validity of a sacrament does not require that the minister should have charity, and even sinners can confer the sacraments, so neither is it necessary that he should have faith, and even an unbeliever can confer a true sacrament, providing that the other essentials be there… Even if his faith be defective in regard to the very sacrament that he confers, although he believes that no inward effect is caused by the thing done outwardly, yet he does know that the Church intends to confer a sacra­ment by thai which is outwardly done. Wherefore, his unbelief notwithstanding, he can intend to do what the Church does, albeit he esteem it to be nothing. And such an intention suffices…" (Ibid., 64,9)
      While we are on St. Thomas, let us also note that illicit administering of the sacraments in no way invalidates them. He states that "if a man be suspended from the Church, or excommunicated or degraded, he does not lose the power of conferr­ing sacraments, but the permission to use this power. Wherefore he does indeed confer the sacra­ment, but he sins in so doing." (Ibid., 64; 10 and 3)
The recipient would of course sin in knowingly receiving the sacrament from such an individual "unless ignorance excuses him." And thus, as Pope Paschal II states, "instructed by the examples of our Fathers, who at diverse times have received Novatians, Donatists, and other heretics into their order [i.e., acknowledged the validity of the orders received in their heretical sects]: we receive in the episcopal office [i.e., as true bishops] the bishops of the aforesaid kingdom who were ordained in schism. . ."
The Church, of course, presumes the normal intention on even the part of heretics — that is, the intention to do what the Church does.
And finally it should be noted that none of the lay “popes” who have spread the Masonry allegations have ever been able to cite even one Catholic theologian — still less, a real pope — who taught that Holy Orders conferred by a Mason must be presumed invalid on grounds of lack of proper intention.

3. A Historical Precedent: Bishop Talleyrand
      Obviously, if the Church did not presume in the absence of contrary evidence that the minister always intends to do what the Church does, we would be in a serious state. We would always have to question the minister as to his intent, and still have co have faith in his word. How would any of us ever know the reality of any of the sacraments? Indeed, how would we even know if we were Chris­tian? Perhaps the baptizing minister was a secret Freemason who withheld his intention!
      Let us look then to discover a historical precedent about a Masonic bishop. According to the Catholic Encyclopedia (1908), Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord was born of good paren­tage in 1754, and owing to an accident that rendered him lame, was forced by his parents into the priesthood. "He went to St. Suplice and, against his inclination became an abbé [priest]. He then read the ‘most revolutionary books,’ and at length, giving up his priestly life, plunged in the licentiousness of the period..."
Despite this, he was given several wealthy benefices, including that of St. Denis, and continued to rise in the Church as well as in the government. Finally, through the in­sistence of his father (to whom the king was greatly indebted) he obtained the episcopal see of Autun and was consecrated Bishop on January 16, 1789. He continued to live his profligate life in Paris, and only went to Autun when he saw this as a means of being elected member of the États-Generaux — the French National Assembly which would eventually foment the Revolution.
      According to Talleyrand's biographer, Louis Madelin of the Academie Française (New York: Roy 1948), "He belonged to all the great masonic lodges, from the Philalatheans, whence sprang the Jacobin Club, to the Re-united Friends, where the great ringleaders of the future were already prepar­ing the Revolution." He also had close ties to the Duc d'Orléans, the future Philippe Egalité, and one of the principal leaders of the French Revolu­tion. As a member of the Constitutional Commit­tee, he took part in the "Declaration of the Rights of Man." He was one of the most influential members of the Assembly, and was the individual most directly responsible for the confiscation of Church property; the taking over of education by the state, and the establishment of the "Constitu­tional Church," a schismatic body set up by the Masons to serve the ends of the state.
Talleyrand publicly said sacrilegious Masses. After most of the tradi­tional and loyal bishops fled France, it fell his lot to consecrate (together with the infamous apostate, Bishop Gobel) all the "Constitutional Bishops" that replaced them. After this act, he took off his ecclesiastical attire and never wore it again. His own priests, the Cathedral Chapter of Autun, described him as deserving "infamy in this world and damnation in the next."
      One must not imagine that Freemasonry was an unknown entity in those days. Popes Clement XII (1730-1740), Benedict XIV (1740-1758) and Clemenr XIII (1758-1769) had already clearly con­demned it.
Talleyrand was excommunicated by a pontifical brief in April, 1791. This excommunica­tion was later lifted, on condition that he lived a life of celibacy. He promptly married, then exiled his wife to England and formed a series of "alliances” from which several illegitimate off­spring resulted. He was a bad priest, an apostate bishop, a Freemason, a Christian barred from communion and an individual who for forty-nine years could not receive the sacraments of the Church.
      Now, the point of all this is that most of the bishops of France derived their Apostolic Succes­sion through Talleyrand and his two associates (also supporters of the Revolution). Not only were all Talleyrand's episcopal consecrations recogniz­ed, but when the Concordat between Napoleon and Pope Pius VII was signed, the exiled bishops who had remained loyal to Pope Pius VI were asked to resign.
Rome allowed the bishops of the Constitu­tional Church, all of whom derived their orders from the Mason Talleyrand, to remain in their positions, as diocesan ordinaries. The fact that Talleyrand was a Mason and a revolutionary made no difference.
* * * * *
To sum up what we have said:
      (1) There is no credible evidence which shows that Cardinal Liénart was a Freemason.
      (2) If Cardinal Liénart had been a Freemason, it would not have invalidated the sacraments he conferred.
      (3) The case of Talleyrand demonstrates in the practical order that the Church does not regard or­dinations performed by Freemasons as invalid.
      So much then, for tall tales of Masonry! 





Saturday, February 25, 2017

The Supreme Law of the Church is the Salvation of Souls.

In the beginning years of the Holy Catholic Church, how were her members recognized and differentiated from the Pagans?  It is well documented that it was the love that they shared among each other.  "See how they love each other"


How did Jesus say we would recognize His people?  "By their fruits you shall know them".




What are our fruits?  


Is our love how we are recognized?  


Is the salvation of souls the primary mission and supreme law?


Pride is often veiled in false humility.

Friday, February 24, 2017



Saint Joan of Arc, Condemned by Evil Prelates, Burned by Evil Powers, Pray for the Church of God, Intercede for the Catholic Faithful!
Do you still believe Hitler started World War II?




This is from Life Magazine October 31, 1938 - page 11

According to the official narrative, WWII started in Europe on September 1, 1939, when Germany invaded Poland to rescue ethnic Germans in Danzig from the slaughter of the communist Poles.  And this, only after Hitler practically begged the world to do something about the genocide of the ethnic Germans in Danzig.


The truth about WWII is PARAMOUNT to understanding the world we live in.  It is PARAMOUNT to understanding the situation in the Church today.

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Battle of the breasts: Federal judge order Colorado town to lift embargo against topless women


A Colorado federal court judge has granted an injunction against a city ordinance that prohibited women from showing their breasts in public. The judge argued the ordinance discriminated against women and perpetuated the stereotype that sexualizes female breasts...


So, in  this insane world, a federal judge rules that a town ordinance is what sexualizes female breasts!

I would like to meet the man who convinced these idotic women from the "free the  nipple" organization and these other topless women protest groups like Femin, that exposing their breasts is a way to empower women!
Anti-Pope Francis watches barely dressed women performing all sorts of sexual gestures in a "circus" type performance!





To Catholics who know their Faith, it is clear that this man cannot possibly be a valid Pope.

The Novus Ordo is very explicit today in their heresy and denial of Catholic teachings, but remember, it started incrementally.  It began with something as simple as inserting the name of St. Joseph into the Canon of the Mass.

Any deviation from Catholic teaching must be checked immediately or before you know it, you will just be a different version of the Novus Ordo.  You may become a member of the "Latin is lovely" club - holding merely to the externals of the Faith, while denying the essence.

Hold to the Faith!


Who controls what you think?

Recently, a MSNBC reporter stated that it was the medias job to "control what people think".  In this statement the context is that she is complaining that Trump is controlling what people think via Twitter and social media.

I do not believe for a minute that this was an accident.  Most people have believed that the mainstream media has been controlling thought in the USA for decades.  The illusion here is now that Trump is supposedly breaking the power of the "mainstream media".

Make no mistake, it is an illusion, much  like the illusion that Rush Limbaugh, Fox News, Sean Hannity, etc. are conservatives and working against the "mainstream media".

The appearance of disagreement between "conservatives and liberals" in the media is an illusion.  When it comes to anything that matters and actually occurs, both sides are united 100%.

I refuse to fall for this bullshit narrative.  Trump is part of the New World Order Communist takeover of the world as much as Fox News and CNN!


At long last, both of the most important documentaries ever made are available on DVD.

If you love the truth - these documentaries are a wake up call of unbelievable proportions.


The Greatest Story Never Told has been available for quite some time now and is excellent.  I have watched it several times and extensively researched its accuracy.


Communism by the Back Door has only been available online until recently, it is now available in a DVD format.  This is in a sense, a 2nd part of The Greatest Story Never Told.  This documentary sheds light on many things happening in our world today.  It clearly and unequivocally shows the who and why of it all.

Both documentaries are available on DVD here: www.thegreateststorynevertold.tv


If you do not have the funds for these documentaries, contact me via posting a comment.  I edit the comments so I will not post your personal information.  I will be happy to mail you, at no cost to you, a copy of both documentaries.  The producer does not copyright the videos so that the information can be spread as much as possible.


The trailers for both documentaries are below:






Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Russia builds replica Reichstag so children can rape 3 million Germans like in 1945

So much for the hope that Putin may actually be good!


Russia builds replica Reichstag so children can recreate 1945 victory


Defence minister says model will allow re-enactment of Red Army’s capture of Berlin in 1945 – a patriotic rallying point for Putin





The Russian defence ministry is constructing a replica of the Reichstag at a military theme park on the outskirts of Moscow, to allow patriotic Russian children to recreate the storming of the building during the Soviet capture of Berlin in 1945.
Russia’s defence minister, Sergei Shoigu, announced the plan for the replica during a speech to the Duma, Russia’s parliament, on Wednesday.
“We are constructing the Reichstag in Patriot Park,” he said. “Not in full, but still. Now our Youth Army guys can storm not just any old thing but the actual building.”
The Youth Army was created in 2015, to allow children as young as 10 to receive basic military training and “patriotic education”. President Vladimir Putin’s opening of Patriot Park the same year fits into a pattern of rising Russian nationalism following the 2014 annexation of Crimea.
The park also features copies of Russian military hardware, as well as exhibition space, shops and military-themed video games. In recent years, the Soviet victory in the second world war has become a key part of Putin’s ideology, used as a national rallying point. Victory Day on 9 May has become one of the most celebrated days in the Russian calendar.
The raising of the Soviet flag atop the Reichstag is one of the most iconic Soviet images of the fall of Berlin. On Victory Day 2015, the Kremlin-backed leader of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, had a mock-up of the Reichstag constructed in the centre of Grozny. Soldiers in period Soviet uniforms rushed towards it, shooting costumed Nazis dead as they went. After the building was “seized”, the Soviet soldiers marched Nazi soldiers through the streets and tossed swastika flags and other Nazi banners at Kadyrov’s feet.
Shoigu did not specify when the new Reichstag model would be completed, and whether members of the public would also be able to recreate the storming or only members of the Youth Army.
During his speech to the Duma, Shoigu also mentioned that the Russian army now had a cyber-division whose task was to counter foreign propaganda about Russia. Shoigu said counter-propaganda should be “clever, competent and effective”.
There are increasing fears in Europe about potential Russian meddling in elections, after US intelligence agencies accused hackers working for the Russian government of hacking the Democratic party’s servers in the run-up to last November’s US election, apparently with the aim of helping Donald Trump get elected.


FBI Files on Tupac Shakur Murder Show He Received Death Threats From Jewish Gang

Files state that Jewish Defense League had extorted money from 'various rap music stars' by making 'death threats' and then offering protection for a fee.


http://www.haaretz.com/jewish/fbi-files-on-tupac-shakur-murder-show-he-received-death-threats-from-jewish-gang-1.355962




Files released Thursday by the Federal Bureau of Investigation on the 1996 murder of rapper Tupac Shakur state that the star had received death threats from the Jewish Defense League, an organization that has been characterized as terrorist group.

Shakur was shot dead in Las Vegas in September 1996, in a murder case which remain unsolved.

"The JDL… have been extorting money from various rap music stars via death threats," the FBI file on the case states. The report then goes on to describe how the group would make the death threats, and then call the rap star and offer protection for a fee.

According to the documents, Shakur was a victim of this scheme, as was another late rapper, Eazy-E.
Although the documents refer to the JDL extortion scheme, they don't make a direct connection between the group and the murder of Shakur.

The FBI files were released as part of the Freedom of Information and Privacy Acts.

The JDL was founded by Rabbi Meir Kahane, who once served in the Knesset, but whose party was later banned for its extreme right-wing beliefs, which included transferring Arabs out of Israel. Kahane was murdered in New York in 1990 by an Arab-American gunman.

And who do you think is behind the trashing music that these people produce?  Not just the rap, but all of it, Rock, Country, Hip-hop, etc., basically any popular music is loaded with filth and immorality.

‘Every person deserves to rest in peace': American Muslims raising money to repair vandalized Jewish cemetery

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/inspired-life/wp/2017/02/21/every-person-deserves-to-rest-in-peace-american-muslims-raising-money-to-repair-vandalized-jewish-cemetery/?utm_term=.e8f3a17d9bc0

After the desecration of a Jewish cemetery in St. Louis over the long holiday weekend, an incident in which more than 150 headstones were toppled or damaged, two American Muslim activists started a fundraiser to help pay for needed repairs.
“Through this campaign, we hope to send a united message from the Jewish and Muslim communities that there is no place for this type of hate, desecration, and violence in America,” the fundraising page on the site LaunchingGood reads. “We pray that this restores a sense of security and peace to the Jewish-American community who has undoubtedly been shaken by this event.”
Within a few hours of going up Tuesday afternoon, the page had exceeded its goal of raising $20,000...
The false narrative of Muslims and Jews hating each other is exposed quite often, but is more often ignored.

Ever wonder why "ISIS" never attacks Israel???


Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Big Shock Here:


Couple offered son to paedophiles



Standing before an American court convicted of the most heinous of child sex crimes, Australian citizen Mark Newton and his long-term boyfriend Peter Truong had their double lives laid bare....'

double lives my ass, they were and are PERVERTS - homosexual perversion will always lead to other perversions - ALWAYS!

Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos resigns after controversial pedophilia comments



On Feb. 21, 2017, Milo Yiannopoulos announced his resignation as an editor at Breitbart News. The writer and commentator has been facing backlash since a video of him making controversial comments about pedophilia surfaced...



This is what happens when "conservatives" tolerate things that they should not because they believe the good outweighs the bad - ie: "choosing the lesser of two evils".

Mil Yiannopolous is a disgusting homosexual pervert who recently became a darling of the supposed "conservatives" these days.

He sounded conservative in many of his statements, but somehow, the fact that he was a disgusting homosexual pervert was just overlooked!

Much like all the things that Trump has said and done are overlooked by his supporters.

Choosing and supporting the lesser of two evils will ALWAYS come back to bite you in the arse!
Smoking Weed Sends You to 11 Months in Military Prison. Hebron Shooter Got 18

http://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/.premium-1.773080?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter


Here are ten cases that show the hard line military courts usually take in sentencing soldiers - unlike the case of Sgt. Elor Azaria, who got 18 months for shooting and killing a prone Palestinian attacker.


Only in Israel can a soldier walk up to an unarmed and wounded man and shoot him in the head and get 18 months in jail as punishment!

The Israel that our President loves oh so much!
This is almost unbelievable.  The sexualisation of children is reaching disgusting heights in Europe and you can bet it will be happening here in the USA very soon!


Viewers 'disgusted' by 8-year-old children pole dancing on This Morning

The question 'Are pole dancing classes suitable for eight year olds?' has sparked a debate online



Viewers hit out at ITV's This Morning after children were shown pole dancing in crop tops.
The question posed by the show was "Are pole dancing lessons too sexual for children?".
On the show, eight-year-old Tilly-May and Timea and 11-year-old Mia danced in skimpy outfits.
The presenters referred to the dancing as "pole fitness" and asked whether it was appropriate.
Tilly's mother said: "Tilly was bullied at school for being fat and not interested in what the other girls did. It was advertised and I asked her if she wanted to give it a try.
"She came to it and she's never looked back.
"It's fitness, when you see what they physically do, there's nothing provocative."
Psychologist Emma Kenny was also on the show, and she said: "I don't doubt for one minute that the girls keep fit. And I also don't doubt that the moves we've just seen are pole dancing rather than pole fitness.
"I think we are in a culture that sexualises children...and whatever way you look at it, it's inextricably linked to sexualisation".
She continued: "It undoubtedly includes sexual views"
People on Twitter thought the TV show should not have shown the children pole dancing at all, and railed against the show:

At least, at this point in the brainwashing, people are still disgusted by it, just like when TV shows first started showing homosexuality on TV.  
But, as today homosexuality is accepted or tolerated on TV shows and in movies by virtually everyone, the same will happen with this sexualisation of children!