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OLG On Border

In 2016, America Magazine, a Jesuit publication, quoted Archbishop Francisco Moreno Barrón of Tijuana, Mexico saying, “The last thing we need is another wall.”  To which one is tempted to respond, “That depends on who you mean by ‘we.’ “

For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.

    – Ephesians 6:12

America is a dying nation. I tell the Mexicans when I am down there in Mexico to keep on having children, and then to take back what we took from them: California, Texas, Arizona, and then to take the rest of the country as well.

    – Roman Catholic Priest Paul Marx, the Wanderer, May 6, 1987

Unable to really to come to grips with the problems in the [Catholic] Church, they need illegal aliens, they need illegal aliens to fill the churches. It’s obvious on the face of it.

    – Former Trump advisor Stephen Bannon, the Washington Post, September 7, 2017

The news hardly came as a shock. It wasn’t even surprising. Yesterday, the Drudge Report linked to an article from Vatican News stating that the Pope was sending $500,000 in aid to migrants stranded at the US-Mexico border.

Ever since the migrant caravans first became news in the late summer and early fall of 2018, the question has been asked many times, but never satisfactorily answered, Who’s providing the funding for them? At this point, there should be no doubt that the answer to this question is, at least in large part, the Roman Catholic Church-State.

As has been covered in this space numerous times over the past two-plus years, it is the opinion of this writer that the single biggest driver of the migrant crisis in Europe and in the United States is the economic and political philosophy and the activities of the Antichrist papacy and of the Roman Catholic Church-State. Rome certainly has provided the theoretical framework for the migrant invasion in the form of her social teaching. With this in mind, it should come as no surprise that she also has provided practical help in the form of funding to bring about the desired result.

Whether Protestants realize it or not, and most Protestants seem not to have a clue, a state of warfare exists between the globalist Roman Catholic Church-State and the independent nations of the world. This state of warfare has existed from at least the time of the Treaty Westphalia, which ended the Thirty Year’s War in 1648 and resulted in a Protestant international order of independent nation states, which greatly diminished the temporal power and prestige of the Roman Catholic Church-State (RCCS) and the Office of the Papacy.

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Migrants_San Ysidro_November 25 2018

Migrants charge the US border at San Ysidro, CA, November 2018.

Have you ever noticed that, no sooner does someone complain about the high cost of welfare for illegal immigrants, but cries of “Illegal immigrants aren’t eligible for welfare!” cascade from on high in an attempt to shame him into silence?

While it is correct to say that illegals are ineligible to receive federal welfare benefits, in practice many do.

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Make Avocados Great Again

Avocado price spike illustrates danger to U.S. economy of Mexican border closure” ran a headline from MarketWatch. “So is this what it’s come to?,” I thought to myself. Here we are in the midst of an historic migrant surge along the southern border, the latest battle in a long running immigration war which the American people are losing badly, and all MarketWatch seems to care about is the price of avocados going up.

That’s bad but not surprising.

But what really concerns me is that it’s not clear that Donald Trump differs in any substantial way on immigration from the editors of MarketWatch.

When he ran for president in 2016 under the slogan “Make America Great Again,” Trump resonated with ordinary American voters as no presidential candidate ever has, at least no one in my experience.

Hated by the bi-coastal elites, the New York real estate developer showed a remarkable ability to connect with average Americans in “flyover country” who felt, with good reason, that their concerns were being ignored by the nation’s business, academic and political leaders.

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