Posts Tagged ‘World Day of Migrants and Refugees’

Cardinal Michael Czerney, SJ blesses a replica of Angels Unawares on Loyola University in Chicago on 9/19/2021. The original is in St. Peter’s Square at the Vatican and was commissioned by Pope Francis. The main purpose of the sculpture appears to be that of guilting Western nations into destroying themselves with welfare migrants, in order to advance the Roman Catholic Church-States goal of world government.

“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.”

The Roman Catholic Church-State (RCCS) has always hated the United States of America and has relentlessly sought to subvert and destroy it.

Americans in the 19th century understood this well as evidenced by the many books published by American authors during that century warning people of the dangers Rome posed to the American republic.    

If you go a Google Books, you can find a remarkable number of books, nearly all of them forgotten, written by American authors in the 19th century on the threat that growing Roman Catholic political power posed to the liberties of the American people.  Here are a few examples:

And just as these books and their authors have largely been forgotten by 21st century Americans, so too has the threat of “political Romanism” been forgotten by them. 

Today, one rarely hears any complaint by American Protestants about the baleful influence of Roman Catholic economic and political thought on our republic.  In his masterful book Ecclesiastical Megalomania, John Robbins wrote about the hesitance of non-Catholic scholars to research and criticize the RCCS.   

Perhaps it is the fear of being labeled “anti-Catholic” that has dissuaded non-Catholic scholars from writing about the Church-State – a fear that undermines all scholarship.  Scholars, apparently more solicitous of their academic reputations than of learning itself, have shied away from studies such as this.  Perhaps there are other, more legitimate, reasons, such as the excessive secrecy of the papacy.  But whatever the reason, the Roman institution has not received the attention and scrutiny it deserves from American scholars (10-11).

Rather than opposing the false philosophy and theology of the RCCS, 20th and 21st century Protestants went out of their way to find common ground with the Antichrist papacy and his Babylonian Harlot church.  Today, one is more likely to hear putatively Protestant ministers praise the pope as a brother in Christ than to hear them denounce him as Antichrist.  Rome hasn’t changed.  It’s still a false church, teaching a false gospel of a false Christ who saves no one.  But Protestants have changed.  And not for the better. 

It’s almost as if we have become ashamed of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, Justification by Belief Alone, which our forefathers preached boldly but which we seem to fear articulating, or not to even understand.

When Protestants should be rebuking, correcting and refuting the errors of Antichrist – and by Antichrist, I mean the office of the papacy; all popes are Antichrist in that they occupy the office of Antichrist; recent examples of papal Antichrists include Pius XII, of whom we will have more to say shortly, John Paul II, Benedict the XVI and the current papal Antichrist, Francis I – instead they are taking their theological cues from him, offering their congregations little more than warmed-over Romanism with a sprinkling of Evangelical fairy dust to fool the people in the pews into thinking their ideas are somehow Biblical.

But lest we get too far afield in this short post. Let me get to the main point for today, which is to talk about Rome’s bogus World Day of Migrants and Refugees (WDMF).

Jesuits Push Mass Migration While America’s Southern Border Burns Down    

Can anything good come from Chicago?  Although I’m sure there are Christians in Chicago, that city has a remarkable penchant for being ground zero for some of the most anti-American ideas and movements one can find. 

Take this recent headline, for example, “The Archdiocese of Chicago to Observe national Migration Week, Sept. 20 – 26, 2021.”

Chicago, (Sept. 20, 2021) – In observance of National Migration Week, Sept. 20 – 26, 2021, Archdiocese of Chicago parishes and its Immigration Ministry will host events celebrating Chicagoland’s diverse Catholic community. This year’s National Migration Week theme is “Towards an Ever Wider ‘We’.”

“The Holy Father’s theme of widening the ‘we’ comes at a time when so many migrants and refugees are seeking humanitarian aid, protections and resettlements from violence, war, repeated natural disasters and climate change-induced droughts and famine during a surging global pandemic,” said Cardinal Blase J. Cupich, archbishop of Chicago. “As he emphasizes in his encyclical letter Fratelli Tutti, we should think no longer in terms of ‘them’ and ‘those,’ but only as ‘us’. Our Church’s universality calls us to cultivate and celebrate community and diversity and to be companions for those seeking safe havens.”

This is a jaw-dropping headline.  At a time when America is in the throes of perhaps the worst migrant crisis in our history, a crisis deliberately caused by our illegitimate, Roman Catholic president Joe Biden, the Archdiocese of Chicago wants to celebrate the very thing the RCCS is using to burn down America as if the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 were something the Archdiocese sees as a model for the whole country. 

In a story connected with the Chicago Archdiocese’s “celebration” of the destruction of the United States by mass welfare migration, Jesuit Cardinal Michael Czerny, “blessed the Angels Unawares sculpture on Sunday at noon at Loyola University’s Damen Student Center on the Lake Shore Campus.”

Worth noting is that the Angels Unawares statue blessed by the Jesuit Cardinal is a replica of a statue commissioned by Antichrist Pope Francis in 2019.  As the story notes, “It’s the first sculpture added to the Vatican’s famed St. Peter’s Square in 400 years.”

Now let’s ask a question, is there a connection between the migrant crisis on America’s southern border, the WDMF, and the in-your-face celebration of the WDMF by the Archdiocese of Chicago.  The answer is, I am persuaded, yes. 

Earlier in this post, I mentioned Pope Pius XII.  This Antichrist, subject of the book Hitler’s Pope – not many people today are aware of this, but the Nazi Party was a principally a Roman Catholic movement; Hitler himself served as an acolyte in the Roman Catholic Church and attended Dominican high school, where he was first introduced to the Swastika – was the author of the 1952 Apostolic Constitution Exsul Familia (the Emigree Family), which has served ever since as Rome’s template for promoting mass, welfare migration for the purpose of subverting nation-states, strengthening the RCCS, and ushering in Rome’s dream of world government. 

That Exsul Familia is a tissue of nonsense doesn’t seem to matter.  It gives the appearance of piety, and that’s enough to persuade many people, both inside and outside the RCCS of the document’s righteousness.  In short, the argument of Exsul Familia is that since Joseph was warned in a dream to take Jesus and Mary and flee to Egypt to get away from the murderous King Herod, it’s okay for migrants from Haiti to barge into America and demand taxpayers pick up the tab for their room, board and anything else they may happen to want. 

There are several obvious objections to this line of reasoning.  First, when Joseph took his family to Egypt, he was fleeing to another province of the Roman Empire, not to a foreign country.  Second, the Scriptures remain silent as to how the family was supported.  There was no welfare state, so either they supported themselves or perhaps were taken in by the Jewish community living in Egypt.  Third, the scale of the migration is entirely different.  Where in the New Testament we see a family of three fleeing to Egypt, today we’re talking about thousands, hundreds of thousands or more.  A more appropriate example of mass migration in the Bible is the Exodus.  And in the history of the Exodus, we see that Moses was extremely careful not to impose upon the land and resources of established nations. 

In Numbers 20 we read,

Now Moses sent messengers from Kadesh to the king of Edom…We will not pass through fields or vineyards, nor will we drink water from wells; we will go along the King’s Highway; we will not turn aside to the right hand or to the left until we have passed through your territory.   

Unlike the RCCS and its cardinals, bishops, priests, and nuns, Moses respected the property of others and did not see it as or as Israel’s right to barge into another nation’s territory and take their stuff.  That would be stealing.  And stealing is prohibited in the Ten Commandments.    

But Rome constantly and unctuously lectures Americans and the citizens of other Western nations that they have an altruistic moral duty to destroy their countries on behalf of migrants when no such duty exists. 

Contrary to the false economics of Rome, need is not only not the sole moral criterion of ownership, but it is not a criterion at all.  The American people owe nothing, nada, zip, zilch to Haitians.  Now, if Christians wish out to help Haitians by giving their own time and money in the name of Jesus Christ – Christian charity is always done in the name of Jesus Christ, see Matthew 10:42 – that’s one thing.  But Rome has contempt, as do socialists of all stripes, for private charity.  Rome believes in government welfare, where the civil government, contrary to the Bible and to the Constitution, steals money from the American people and lavishes it on foreign migrants, many if not most of whom are in this country contrary to American law.   

Rome’s WDMR is a bogus attempt to guilt the wealthy nations of the West into surrendering their sovereignty due to an imagined duty to give their wealth to foreigners when no such duty exists.  This canard is a lie of Antichrist in an attempt to cover his lust for world power and dominion with a veneer of pseudo-Christion ethics.   

Joe Biden, Servant of Antichrist

It is no accident that America’s greatest migrant crisis is happening on Joe Biden’s watch.  Joe Biden, America’s second Roman Catholic president appears to be enthusiastically carrying out the destruction of the United States by means of mass migration and doing so at the behest of Antichrist Pope Francis.

But as bad as Joe Biden is, he still isn’t going far enough for the taste of the of Rome’s many American migration madmen. 

In a letter signed by 164 Catholic organizations – 164! – many in the RCCS expressed their outrage that Biden was not moving fast enough to destroy America as they think he should.  They think it’s a “travesty” that Biden is summarily deporting people from nations who have a high incidence of disease using Title 42 to do so.  Apparently, these treasonous organizations of the RCCS have no problem exposing Americans to communicable diseases so long as they can oversee the importation of more Romanists and other non-Christian, illegal migrants into America.  It’s almost as if they’re paraphrasing King Jehu of Israel and saying, “Joe Biden serves Antichrist a little, but we shall serve him much!”

Perhaps Joe Biden’s concession to immigration sanity is the political nature of his position.  Things have gotten so bad that on the immigration issue that even people who normally don’t pay much attention to politics are starting to wake up to the fact that the southern border is getting out of hand.  On the other hand, the immigration nutjobs in the 164 treasonous Roman Catholic organizations have no public to answer to and care not a whit what the public thinks of them. 

Joe Biden, the people associated with these 164 organizations, and anyone who supports their efforts, is, in the opinion of this author, committing treason against the United States of America and is become a domestic enemy of our nation of the sort the Constitution speaks of.

19th century American Protestants would in no way be surprised by this turn of events.  This is the very thing they warned about, and it is coming to pass in our generation.     

Way back in 1884, Dr. Samuel D. Burchard called the Democrats “the party whose antecedents have been rum, Romanism, and rebellion.” He was excoriated for saying so, which goes to show that large parts of supposedly Protestant America had already fallen under the sway of the Roman Harlot in his day.  And what was true in 1884 is even more true today.

The alarm bells are going off.  Our nation is burning down due to the predations of Antichrist and his Mother of Harlots Church.  Are there enough Christian men left to put out the fire?   


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