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Statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe at the US-Mexico Border

“We are Republicans, and don’t propose to leave our party and identify ourselves with the party whose antecedents have been rum, Romanism, and rebellion.  We are loyal to our flag.”

  • Dr. Samuel D. Burchard, Presbyterian Minister and Union Civil War Veteran

It had been my plan to continue my series on Critical Race Theory (CRT) this week, but events, as they say, conspired against me.  Not that I had a bad week last week.  But it was a busy week, so not one conducive to research, which is a most necessary thing if one wants to write intelligently on CRT.  Lord willing, I will take up that subject again next week.  But for now, I thought I’d return to one of my favorite yet recently neglected topics:  immigration.  More to the point, the role of the Roman Church-State in fostering immigration treason against the American people.

For a number of years now, I have argued in this space that one of the leading unindicted co-conspirators in America’s ongoing immigration disaster is the Roman Church-State.  Rome has been using immigration since at least the first half of the 19th century to subvert the republican government of the United States.  But for all Rome’s obvious efforts to this end, it is a very rare immigration writer who points this out.  

One of the best places for seeing just how aggressive Rome is in pushing costly and aggressive immigration, migration and refugee resettlement policies is United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) website under its “News” section.  I’ve been following this news feed for years, but never once have I seen a single immigration press release that did not promote immigration policies destructive to American. 

The past few months, the USCCB has been oddly silent on the immigration front.  I’m not sure why this is.  One possible explanation is related to an important rule among salesmen:  When you make the sale, stop talking. 

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Donald Trump with the Travel Ban Executive Order,

We are Republicans, and don’t propose to leave our party and identify ourselves with the party whose antecedents have been rum, Romanism, and rebellion.  We are loyal to our flag.

  • Dr. Samuel D. Burchard

Welcome to the first in what I hope to be a recurring series of posts highlighting the close connection between the political and economic agenda of the Roman Catholic Church-State (RCCS) and the Biden administration.

In many ways, this series is a successor to the earlier series of posts I wrote in this space under the title Rome Watch, which explored the political and economic agenda pursued by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) with an eye to exposing their anti-American agenda hidden in plain sight. 

Indeed, it is shocking the degree to which the USCCB openly conspires against the best interests of the American people, while at the same time it receives almost no scrutiny whatsoever for its subversive policy stances. 

It seemed good to me, however, to update the title of this recurring series from Rome Watch to Rum, Romanism, and Rebellion in the first place, because the new title draws the readers attention to the long-running close connection between the Democratic party and the RCCS.  The saying, “rum, Romanism, and rebellion” is taken from a speech given by Presbyterian minister and Union Civil War veteran Dr. Samuel D. Burchard shortly before the 1884 presidential election. 

Although many Americans have heard the famous triplet, they have, at best, a vague sense where it came from or to what it originally applied. 

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