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2020 Census LGBTQ Latinx gerrymandering to sway 2020 election

Those are a couple of screen shots from my phone. Here’s part of a text of an email:

“Dear Father George- The 2020 Census North Carolina Partnership Specialists leading our Latinx and Hispanic population initiative are conducting a conference: Fostering Latino Census 2020 Engagement through Community Partnerships.

I asked Latinos in my parish what “Latinx” means. They had no idea. I looked it up. Apparently, the grammatical “o” / “a” at the end of some Spanish vocabulary is too offensive to tender snowflakes gender-bender political power bullies such that an “x” replaces the “o” (“masculine”) or “a” (“feminine”). Just “x”.

So, did you get that? The Census Bureau for the 2020 Census has been and is and will promote a “Latino Census”, but the ideological push behind this is all about drumming up representation of the LGBTQ to the end of not only reapportioning government programs but also for the realignment of political districts. Gerrymandering LGBTQ power groups are now more empowered by the Census Bureau.

Being a rather conservative and outspoken “community leader trusted by the Latino community,” as I was personally told – face to face – by the delegated representative of the U.S. Census Bureau in Washington Heights, Maryland, a stone’s throw from Washington, D.C., that my participation in the 2020 census was vitally important.

It was said that I was the very first contacted in the entire region (centered in Atlanta) to help the Census Bureau get 100% compliance up here in Western North Carolina.

I’m expected to find regional Census workers for employment and promote just how acceptable and wonderful the Census is for everyone.

However, whenever I have a question about something – and I have plenty about the manipulation of Census data – I play the situation until further information is to be had, such as this Latinx thing.

The Rep payed me a second face to face visit. I baited this Rep with an out-of-the-blue question, asking if part of the toolbox for Census work was gaming theory (you know, the ultra genius theory of economics between competing nations). This instantly made the Rep furious and I was informed forthwith that the Rep knew everything there is to know about gaming theory. I think the smile given with such gritting teeth on the Rep’s part while stating doctoral accomplishments must have broken the Rep’s entire mouthful of teeth. So pleasant! So nice! Creepy.

Accuse me of being bad and evil. My baiting is what it is. And now I know enough not to get involved with what seems to be a manipulation of the political system of these very United States of America.

And if you think I’m insulting LGBTQ Latinx people, think again. Why is it thought that LGBTQ and Latinx must be members of the Democrat Party? Isn’t that a bit prejudicial? Isn’t that a bit racist? Are there no independent thinkers among LGBTQ Latinx “communities.” Are they all robots? Are they all controlled by white elitist big money? Are the democrats historically the worst of the worst when in comes to racism. Yes, they are. Look it up. It’s horrific.

I had also asked specifically about the gerrymandering efforts and I was merely told that this was a talking point. Period. No talking, just a stating of the fact that it is a talking point. No answer. Because there is no answer. To see the question posed well (and this is what I sent as my question), see, for instance:

Researchers question U.S. Census Bureau’s new approach to privacy

I asked about non-compliance and penalties, such as huge fines and prison time. I was told that “We don’t do that anymore.” When I pressed a bit, I was told, and this time I took this as a threat: “If someone doesn’t comply, it is against the law, and this will stand against them.” In other words, such felonies will be on your record and will work against your rights as a citizen, such as the 2nd amendment. Try and renew any concealed carry permit, or try to buy a gun in the first place and you’ll be denied. After all, you’ll probably be out of cash, and you’ll probably be in prison.

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“Elections” and choosing who wins

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The paper in fact reported that the vote was basically unanimous for Diana Simons. Note that she was a write-in candidate. Total landslide for her. And then this email was sent out. Some of the locals were wondering why on earth one would have an election and then afterward say that the election is totally irrelevant to the election. I’m sure that there will be an explanation that will satisfy the town officials.

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Shapeshifter Bernie-burned by “USA”

Gazillionaire Bernie wanting everyone waiting in line for a crumb of bread – a good thing in his own words – getting burned by USA. Sorry, but I laughed out loud. A lot.

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UPDATE: U.S.A.: Innocent Until Proven Guilty. // FBI’s Mueller: Pfft.

Let’s make an analogy with priests. If priests are accused, it is the very accusation which is the proof. That’s it. Settlement made. Throat slit. Money paid out.

Let’s turn that around again. I wonder who’s been on the take in the FBI, getting paid by other backers of chaos, like, say, perhaps, George Soros. Follow the money.

At any rate, it seems that Mueller didn’t write the report. It really seems he’s starting to suffer from Dementia and/or Alzheimers. I see it  quite a bit. It was the way the face contorted. On a human level, I felt sorry for him.

Having said that, the principle that “one is innocent until proven guilty” must be upheld. There is no one who can prove their innocence, and even if they could, there will be no one to listen, for the one who listens has already decided for guilt for having already accepted the impossible burden for the defendant of proving his innocence. For instance, when it was objected that a defendant already proved his innocence by having been born after the alleged crime is said to have occurred, the judge said that that is irrelevant. Get it?

There are those in the FBI who may well have committed treason. One has to take a close look also at Brennan and Clapper. Just. Wow.

Update:

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Dems: Damn thoughts & prayers

Dems Debate Version One was all about ideology over against individual persons. Representative was the ever mindlessly recited sound bite of damning of thoughts and damning prayers which are held to be necessarily exclusive of actions. A straw man. Who does that? Thus, this is war cry against God and neighbor just to do it.

Thoughts: In other words, you are traumatized in solidarity with your neighbor who is suffering and you are taking that hurt into your own heart, carrying that, being burdened with that in all solidarity in a very personal way so as all the better to fill that need as if it were your own need, the old “love your neighbor as yourself” golden rule and commandment of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. This is the very definition of mercy. Is mercy evil. The Dems damn mercy and God and neighbor.

Prayers: We are all creatures of our Creator. Shouldn’t we, as weak creatures, turn to our Creator as expected by the very act of the creation of persons of free will? Yes, we should. Yes, we must.

Thus: The very act of love of God is simultaneous to the very act of love of neighbor, and that act of love of neighbor demands doing what we can for our neighbor in need. What’s the problem with that? That helps society by definition. That fills the need by definition. Why be against that for all these past years? The answer is only that this is arrogant and total hatred of both God and neighbor.

Challenge: I would like to see all those who condemn solidarity and prayer join up with volunteer fire departments, join up with law enforcement, with EMS, with the soup kitchen… Those most vocal in condemnations of thoughts and prayers, in my experience right around the world, are all about ideology, not about action. Oh, the irony. This was first starkly pushed in my face by an ideologue in Nicaragua. Meeting with him in a Marxist book store/coffee shop was a prerequisite to bringing medicine to clinics. And then the clinics were taken over by the Marxists anyway. That’s how it works when condemning solidarity and prayer.

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Turtles, snails, EPA, DOJ, and… Jesus!

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It is said that this guy’s species is vulnerable, not quite endangered, but getting there. Near the hermitage, Box Turtles are everywhere to be seen. Like the turtle pictured above, they eat snails, raw. I guess you would have to call that poisonous Sushi or badly prepared Escargot.

If he’s eating a vulnerable snail, I wonder… if it went to DOJ prosecutors as handed over by SWAT teams from the deep-state EPA, which one would be protected more, the turtle or the snail. You’d have to kill the turtle to get the snail, which is already mortally wounded… So… Let’s spend billions of dollars on litigation while the whole rest of the world is going to hell and both the turtle and the snail die anyway! All so very absurd. I’m sure you can make analogies…

Meanwhile, in the Church, regardless of whatever improvements in policy are being made or not in regard to the abuse crisis over decades of more of the same abuse of authority, the ONE WHO IS IMPORTANT, JESUS, IS STILL NOT MENTIONED FOR MORE THAN FIFTY YEARS. How has that worked out? How’s the Church doing with that?

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Abortion Tax, Commerce Clause: Jesus in the womb…

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The Dems want to get rid of the Hyde Amendment; the Dems want to force all Americans, despite moral and religious beliefs, to buy the services of Planned Parenthood across the United States even if they don’t want to do that. Isn’t that a violation of the commerce clause?

Pretty much 100% of Democrats want to rip children to death in the womb up to birth and rip children to death during birth and rip children to death after birth discussing how many years old the “tissue” has to be before it’s called a human being with rights.

To vote for Dems is to vote for Satan. Dems voted any mention of God out. They can’t tolerate the God of Life: “god-damn God” they shriek. I’ve always been told by the pro-aborts all around that they worship a different god. Yep. That would be right. It’s not about “women’s rights.” It’s about arrogant demonic power.

But the True God was in the womb. He will be fierce with those who destroy life in the womb. The painting above depicts Mary moments after the miraculous conception of Jesus (in yellow) greeting Elizabeth (in red, now six months with John the Baptist).

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Analyzing Strzok’s capacity to lie. The deadpan declaration: “I am America.”

Analysts love declarations. There are certain declarations that are stand-alone, and which simply cannot be voiced unless you mean them in any and all contexts or regardless of any particular context whatsoever. They reveal a helluvalot about a person.

Here’s Peter Strzok declaring away to Tray Gowdy at 5’38″…

“The American electorate I respect in their decisions and their right to vote is absolutely a cornerstone of our democracy so at no time did I insult or call into question the judgment or the power of the American electorate.”

And he later repeats a version of that. It’s ingrained into him.

It’s all in the “so.” The “so” inescapably indicates that Peter Strzok believes that he, personally, is America. But this is not the Patriotism of which he thinks he is the definition. Instead, this is, for him, about his inability to do wrong. This, my friends, is as cynical as it gets. It’s a licence to kill. It’s a licence to betray one’s country as doing so could not possibly be considered betrayal by him: he IS America.

There are plenty of false patriots who say: “I love America and I’m the most patriotic person ever and I embody all that America is.” No. That doesn’t work.

It needs to be added instantaneously that there is an ever present possibility that we can fall short, we are able to betray. It is this honesty and humility which keeps one sharp, frosty, and, indeed, able to see ever so easily how it is that this or that person is at the verge of or has already betrayed America and is a danger.

Anyone who embodies the “so” principle of Peter Strzok cannot be trusted.

Do the analogy. The person who, in the spiritual life says to himself that he is doing just fine and is strong because he hasn’t killed anyone in a long time or ever and that makes him all good is a fraud. The person who by the grace of God is in humble thanksgiving before the Lord gets it, knowing that he could fall at any time into whatever lack. Holiness is about the Lord creating us as His friends: “I call you friends.” The trust is not in ourselves but in Jesus. Jesus I trust in you.

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🔴 Trump: Health Care and Religious Conscience Rights Super Victories! Decades of battles won all at once!

If any POTUS did all the things Trump did on just this one day – the things Trump mentioned during his speech during the ceremonies for the National Day of Prayer on May 2, 2019 – that POTUS would do more for the Church than all others put together. But Trump does this kind of thing frequently.

It’s all spectacular, but for the conscience rights items, start at minute 16:55″ and go to minute 21:25″. Absolutely stunning.

Some things:

  • No hate!
  • Conscience rights for the free exercise of religion: religious liberty
  • Payed time off for religious holy days for Federal employees
  • Conscience [particularly Pro-Life conscience] rights for:
    • Physicians
    • Pharmacists
    • Nurses
    • Students
    • Faith based charities
  • “Every child born and unborn is a sacred gift from God”
  • Preserve central role of faith based adoption and foster care agencies to care for vulnerable children while following their deeply held beliefs. !!!
  • Give former inmates a second chance on life [This is the famed STEP program]
  • Faith based carers for Federal prisoners.
  • Faith based addiction recovery programs. [working also for non-addictive pain killers]
  • On and on…

These have been fights we have been having for decades and Trump has won them all for us in one day.

THANK YOU PRESIDENT TRUMP!!!

 

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Trump: “We don’t worship politicians. We worship God.”

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Some of our ecclesiastical leaders would do well to say something like that:

Bishops and priests: “We don’t worship bishops and priests. We worship God.”

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Peter Strzok and lover Lisa Page compromising national security

The great Catherine Herridge reports that Strzok-Page texts suggest using post-election briefing to gather information on Trump team.

To be specific, as she reports, this is nine days after the presidential election, FBI agent Peter Strzok and FBI lawyer Lisa Page exchanged texts about “using briefings to the Trump team after the 2016 election to identify people they could “develop for potential relationships,” track lines of questioning and “assess” changes in “demeanor” – language one GOP lawmaker called ‘more evidence’ of irregular conduct in the original Russia probe.”

“Irregular conduct”? This is not just about spying on the new Trump administration. These briefings were informational national security sessions which either lay foundations for the incoming administration to prepare responses entrusted to them by the voting public or are routine but just as important as informational sessions on national security matters. If that very information is skewed by way of counterintelligence trickery of exaggeration or lack or with fishing by way of adding names or places or circumstances or pressures, as is the impossibly inescapable modus operandi of someone like Peter Strzok who spent his entire life doing this kind of thing, well, in that case, our national security has been compromised since the very beginning. Those informational briefings necessarily must be entirely trustworthy. But clearly they are not. This is playing not just with these USA, but with geopolitical viability. This is not just giving aid and comfort to the enemy, it actually points to Strzok being — what?

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Ilhan Omar: Jesus was not a Jew

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Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., says that Jesus, Son of Jesse of the House of David, Jew of Jews, is not a Jew, the very Lion of the Tribe of Judah.

That’s like saying Ilhan Omar doesn’t cover for terrorists, you know, some people who did something.

Just my opinion, but I think Jews should stop voting for democrats. No, really.

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Barr’s Bombshell Binneyless, for now

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Rod Rosenstein went way out of his way to discredit Bill Binney, not by name, not by dissing Bill’s speed-of-data-transfer demonstrations, but by way of providing another (and impossible) methodology of the spying done on the DNC.

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My question is: “Why is that?” I doubt Rod is a computer freak. He was advised. Who?

I suggest Dyncorp International Llc, perhaps at an outpost in Pensacola, repeat the repeatable demonstrations of Bill Binney. Just sayin’…

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Localized Theology Doctorates and the homosexualized abuse crisis

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Some doctorates about local stuff are good. But – just to say – …

For all the years I was in Rome across many decades – and also here in these USA, fellow students were – pretty much all of them it seemed – were writing their doctoral theses (you fill in the blanks) on ____[TOPIC]___ in ___[LOCAL AREA]___. For instance:

  • Sing-song vocalizations of various words spoken by street people [of a certain race] on a particular street corner in Louisiana depicting continuation in liberation. [That’s for real. The priest who wrote this thesis ended up convicted of abuse of minors. Yep.]

Some were more serious theologically, along the lines of:

  • Whether violence is useful in Liberation Theology applications in Amazonian Region #___[NUMBER]___

Most were outright attacks on the Creed, along the lines of:

  • The non-divine Jesus from below in the experience of the ___[TRIBE]___ peoples

Lots of these dealt with sexual morality, of course, forcing a loss of morality.

  • One, from a priest in Oceania, promoted ethnic cleansing, even violent, as in genocide. He hid it in footnotes, but I spotted it. None of the professors on the defense commission – somehow – did not spot this at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. Surprise, surprise.

I brought that thesis to the attention of his bishop, of the local archbishop, and of a number of dicasteries in the Holy See. The guy was promoted. I’m so naive. But failure is still success if one has done one’s best to do what is right and just. We must never give up. Never. God’s not so interested in our success as He is in our faithfulness to Him.

The content of all this blather doesn’t matter. The point is that the very exercise of writing such a thesis restructures the writer’s beliefs, so that he now has nothing but a Marxist world-view, a dialectic analysis of “the people.”

Did I say that pretty much everyone was doing this?

And now we see this as the constant theme, the pastoral solution of this diocese or that conference of bishops in that ever so special culture in an ever so special place, so special that the Church is irrelevant, Jesus is irrelevant, the truth is irrelevant. It’s experiences and feelings and stuff like, you know, like that stuff.

When people in not so special cultures in not so special places hear of such things, of course they think that they are also so special that the Church and Jesus and the truth is also irrelevant for them, so they can do what they damn well please. And make no mistake, this is always about morals, always about sex.

Does no one believe in Christ Jesus?

These weak people do such damage to peoples right around the world.

If you’re reading this and you’ve done up such a thesis, perhaps you’d like to comment and defend yourself, or, as someone else known to me has done instead, repent of such idiocy and then speak of your new found friendship with Him who is the Living Truth, for all peoples of all times and places and cultures and social conditions, of all tribes and tongues and peoples and nations. Perhaps you would like to speak of looking upon Him who we have all pierced with our sin, He who hangs on the cross for all of us to see.

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It’s all about Him. He’s the One. He’s the only One. Write about Him. Speak about Him. Bring people to Him, to their knees in Confession. Then we’ll live by His love, His Truth, His goodness and kindness, His forgiveness, and yes, then, His mercy founded on… wait for it… His justice.

Otherwise, people run to the lowest common denominator of hell. Sexual deviance. Always.

Peace, my friends.

Update: LifeSite’s interview with Cardinal Sarah, a particularly apropos interjection:

“We tolerate any calling into question. The Catholic doctrine is challenged, and in the name of self-styled intellectual postures, theologians take pleasure in deconstructing dogma and in emptying morals of their profound meaning. Relativism is the mask of Judas disguised as an intellectual. How can we be surprised that so many priests break their commitments? We downgrade the meaning of celibacy, we demand the right to a private life, which is the opposite of the priest’s mission. Some go so far as to claim the right to homosexual activity. One scandal follows another, involving priests and bishops.”

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Bernie Sanders’ Bread Lines [But Bernie, I was there]

Yes, well, I was in Nicaragua as well. I saw the window in front of which people would line up in Managua. But nothing as nice as all that. The idea wasn’t to give bread to hungry people. They already had bread in the previous political system. The idea was to aggravate, you know, “The People”, so that they would take up arms and kill each other just to do it as a way to get to utopia more quickly, with everyone all equal, all dead.

You didn’t just stand in front of a window and get your bread. No. You bake for sixteen hours in the sun beating down on you in a HOT parking lot, the entire parking lot dedicated to the bread line, and then you finally get to the window and are told that you are not there at the proper time and so please come back again another day.

That’s what Bernie “Burn in the sun” Sanders wants for everyone, so that they do the Marxist thing and kill each other. Yep.

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Pelosi reincarnates Acosta. Laudie-dog Secret Service dog to the rescue!

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Pelosi saying that the State of the Union address should be put off because there is no security (that’s a lie, by the way), speaks to her desire, I guess, for a wall around D.C., or is it a fence, or slats, or a barrier, or a force-field, or more drones, or entitlement to nice thoughts?

I’ll loan Laudie-dog to the Secret Service for the evening. She’s a decent attack dog should any ne’er-do-wells show up to take over the District. Sorry to wake you up, Laudie-dog…

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Too patriotic? Voting early! Bombs? Letter to Diognetus (5-6).

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Avoiding the chaos on Super Tuesday, I went down to the election commission at the courthouse annex in Murphy, NC, and voted early. Fortunately, this is not one of the counties in North Carolina which has trouble in sending out ballots to active Military personnel and citizens overseas; their votes count. I made sure to ask if these early votes here in the county are counted, as it were, instead of just being thrown into the box for use only upon court adjudication after a contested election. They’re counted in an ongoing fashion, I was told, so that they are the first votes in a continuum. Great!

I think voting is important, so I put up the “I Voted Today!” red-white-and-blue sticker given the election commission to those who vote just after voting on the back window of Sassy the Subaru. Just because the sticker has a USA flag motif doesn’t make this a partisan move on the part of the election commission. And although I am an official representative on a local level of a mainstream church, and retain the right to express my private political opinions in the public square, I don’t have anything partisan displayed anywhere, not on my person, not on my vehicle, not at the rectory, well, unless the USA flag, the Vatican flag at the rectory, and some USMC pride on Sassy the Subaru are partisan. They shouldn’t be.

You can’t be too patriotic. Either you’re patriotic or you’re not. It’s a virtue. “For God and Country” – Pro Deo et Patria, or, as my license plate reads: [4G0D4ALL]. If you’re exaggerated either way (and you can be, either way) it’s no longer about the family of one’s fatherland, so to speak, respecting others, helping others, but instead it’s all just about yourself at the cost of others, at the cost of one’s patria, one’s fatherland. Thus, we have a suspect bomber guy, now assisting with interrogations, as it should be.

Ironically, the best way to be a good citizen of one’s patria, fatherland, here on earth is to know that we are all in exile upon this earth, away as we are from our heavenly homeland, where Jesus will bring us face to face with our dearest Heavenly Father.

We call to mind something written waaaay back in the day, some say the first century, some say later, the letter to Diognetus (here with chapters 5 and 6):

CHAPTER 5 — 5:1 For Christians are not distinguished from the rest of mankind either in locality or in speech or in customs. 5:2 For they dwell not somewhere in cities of their own, neither do they use some different language, nor practise an extraordinary kind of life. 5:3 Nor again do they possess any invention discovered by any intelligence or study of ingenious men, nor are they masters of any human dogma as some are. 5:4 But while they dwell in cities of Greeks and barbarians as the lot of each is cast, and follow the native customs in dress and food and the other arrangements of life, yet the constitution of their own citizenship, which they set forth, is marvellous, and confessedly contradicts expectation. 5:5 They dwell in their own countries, but only as sojourners; they bear their share in all things as citizens, and they endure all hardships as strangers. Every foreign country is a fatherland to them, and every fatherland is foreign. 5:6 They marry like all other men and they beget children; but they do not cast away their offspring. 5:7 They have their meals in common, but not their wives. 5:8 They find themselves in the flesh, and yet they live not after the flesh. 5:9 Their existence is on earth, but their
citizenship is in heaven. 5:10 They obey the established laws, and they surpass the laws in their own lives. 5:11 They love all men, and they are persecuted by all. 5:12 They are ignored, and yet they are condemned. They are put to death, and yet they are endued with life. 5:13 They are in beggary, and yet they make many rich. They are in want of all things, and yet they abound in all things. 5:14 They are dishonoured, and yet they are glorified in their dishonour. They are evil spoken of, and yet they are vindicated. 5:15 They are reviled, and they bless; they are insulted, and they respect. 5:16 Doing good they are punished as evil-doers; being punished they rejoice, as if they were thereby quickened by life. 5:17 War is waged against them as aliens by the Jews, and persecution is carried on against them by the Greeks, and yet those that hate them cannot tell the reason of their hostility.

CHAPTER 6 — 6:1 In a word, what the soul is in a body, this the Christians are in the world. 6:2 The soul is spread through all the members of the body, and Christians through the divers cities of the world. 6:3 The soul hath its abode in the body, and yet it is not of the body. So Christians have their abode in the world, and yet they are not of the world. 6:4 The soul which is invisible is guarded in the body which is visible: so Christians are recognised as being in the world, and yet their religion remaineth
invisible. 6:5 The flesh hateth the soul and wageth war with it, though it receiveth no wrong, because it is forbidden to indulge in pleasures; so the world hateth Christians, though it receiveth no wrong from them, because they set themselves against its pleasures. 6:6 The soul loveth the flesh which hateth it, and the members: so Christians love those that hate them. 6:7 The soul is enclosed in the body, and yet itself holdeth the body together; so Christians are kept in the world as in a prison-house, and yet they themselves hold the world together. 6:8 The soul though itself immortal dwelleth in a mortal tabernacle; so Christians sojourn amidst perishable things, while they look for the imperishability which is in the heavens. 6:9 The soul when hardly treated in the matter of meats and drinks is improved; and so Christians when punished increase more and more daily. 6:10 So great is the office for which God hathappointed them, and which it is not lawful for them to decline.

 

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Alec Baldwin from Jack Ryan to sedition

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Alec Baldwin, who ever so ironically played Tom Clancy’s character Jack Ryan in Hunt for Red October, is a seditionist, calling for the overthrow of the duly elected POTUS of these United States, thus insulting half the voting population and, whether he likes it or not as he sides with Maxine Waters, is setting up violent situations against law enforcement, against politicians, against citizens in good standing. Alec says such things amidst ricin attacks on politicians and military leaders, amidst politicians getting physically attacked and sent to the hospital, amidst attacks on civilians. Just to say, “overthrow” is not ever consonant with “peaceful” and “lawful.” No.

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Still celebrating SCOTUS Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Highlights & predictions.

  • This will have decades of most positive ramifications for the USA and the world.
  • God bless Justice Brett Michael Kavanaugh.

I was cheering at the justifiable emotion of Senator Lindsey Graham:

The absolute best round of questioning came from Republican John Neely Kennedy of Louisiana, very short, very sweet. This was the very last closing session of questioning:

So, let’s see, I’m guessing that within the next six years, we might well see the resignation of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. After all, she’s going on 86 right now. Trying to hang on would put her well into her 90s. Her placement would, of course, be another woman, right? I’m thinking of Amy Coney Barrett. Aren’t you?

As you can tell, I’m still in celebration mode. I’m a Catholic priest. But even if you’re an “atheist” but also a promoter of natural law, you should also be in celebration mode. You are, aren’t you?

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FBI report: *Justice* Brett Kavanaugh

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Having gone through so much, so very much, for me there is only one question remaining for which I demand an answer, and it is urgent, and I want verification. My end of the world question is this, and I will put money up for whatever the answer is:

“What is the favorite beer of *Justice* Kavanaugh?”

I would like to offer him the all time favorite toast of my own father:’

“May the most that you wish for be the least that you get.”

If you’ve had more than one beer, you might have to think about that, but that’s what makes it a great toast.

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