Noting my misadventures of late in the Catholic churches I attend, a friend warns me that “The Devil has come to church.”
Although I would rate the pulpit politics, including the most recent one from Development and Peace’s “Help to Cool the Earth” campaign devilish, I never til’ now took my friend’s warning literally.
But In fact, the devil has come to church in the name of one Saul Alinsky.
Thanks to colleague Canada Free Press (CFP) columnist Jim O’Neill, who sent me a post by Bob Lunsford this morning quoting Fr. Val J. Peter, I got the chilling skinny on how much at home Beelzebub is in church.
Codex Alimentarius and Initium
Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh Full Story
We are a nation in great decline, attacked from many fronts by issues born fifty years ago and bearing fruit now, and by individuals who do not hold our nation’s interests at heart.
We are plagued by corruption at all levels of government, the shredding of our Constitution, by stoked hatred, class envy, drugs, anarchists, occupiers, violence, anti-Americanism, perverse Hollywood lifestyles, indolence, anti-Christianity, Sharia Law, UN Agenda 21, and communism worship.
Water Water Everywhere, But Not a Drop to Think
Arnold Ahlert Full Story
In a column I wrote back in July, I quoted George Orwell’s immortal words regarding the power of government to alter reality: “In the end the Party would announce that two and two made five, and you would have to believe it. It was inevitable that they should make that claim sooner or later: the logic of their position demanded it. Not merely the validity of experience, but the very existence of external reality, was tacitly denied by their philosophy. The heresy of heresies was common sense.” On November 17th, the European Union revealed what ought to be considered a “watershed” moment of philosophical bankruptcy: Brussels bureaucrats banned all advertising which claims water can prevent….dehydration.
The Impossible Numbers
Daniel Greenfield Full Story
Some political systems are based on beliefs and identity. The American congress is built on spending money. The spoils system long ago became the spoiled system with money as the lubricant of politics. The legacy of a leader used to be measured by his accomplishments, today it’s measured by how much money he managed to extract from the collective pool of real and imaginary money held in the sweaty hands of the legislatures.
Much of the money is imaginary, but in the minds of the politicians it’s all imaginary. Unreality is an elementary tool of price inflation. The more outrageous the markup, the more the merchant works to create an atmosphere where money does not seem to exist and reality bends at the seams. It’s not a new game or a particularly clever one, but the unreality bubble now covers much of Washington D.C.
Barbarians Inside the Gate!
A.J. Cameron Full Story
With the recent revelations of long-known abuses by members of Congress, it is obvious that modern-day Vandal, Visigoth and Ostrogoth barbarians have come to dominate both Houses of Congress. Instead of invading from outside our borders, these barbarians have been raping, pillaging and plundering the American citizen/taxpayer from inside the gateway to American unenlightened despotism.