Welcome to the New and Better Confederacy and National Anti-sodomy Crusade, preparing the victory of the Blessed Virgin Mary over the pagan Progress idol which presently holds the world in thrall. A Mary who in the early sixteenth century appeared as Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City, where she claimed this Hemisphere uniquely for her very own. The Holy Mother of God being a Heavenly Queen destined to prevail over this Artemis of the New World, symbolized in the statue of a Godless, world-conquering form of liberty, found in New York Harbor: the present-day champion of abominable sodomy and abortion on demand. This preternatural siren attempting to uproot Christian Faith of any kind the world over, having been installed here cunningly to combat a creed watered by the blood of martyrs, of Jesuit missionaries and Catholic Mexicans and Indians whose Catholicism was in those earlier days singularly well-formed, uncompromising and true. While we take further inspiration from another apparition of Our Blessed Lady, one which took place at Fatima in Portugal in 1917, in the very month of the Bolshevik Red October revolution: a cosmic event, attended by stupendous miracles, witnessed by 100,000 souls. This later prodigy announcing Marys resounding answer to Jewish capitalism/communism: the tyrannical spawn of geo-finance and massive scale, the cynical modus operandi of the harbor-idol noted above. Mary at Fatima claiming Russia for the Catholic Church, a nation destined in now-forthcoming years to become genuinely, traditionally Catholic, and to figure conspicuously in a prophetically-predicted deliverance of both Church and world from their present humiliating demise at the hands of World Jewry.
We are dedicated to re-establishing organizational sanity and robust productivity, these necessarily based upon an enabled human person and his needs and aspirations as well as upon the scales and structures that favor his fullest development. Here being offered a pro-life approach par excellence which encourages those dense populations that almost-invariably have the highest per-capita income: with an enabled, densely-interfaced society being that which best achieves prolific innovation, diversified product lines and rich markets: while making uniquely-possible their fullest enjoyment. Here then being a fundamentally-different approach to the entire spectrum of organized life and activity than that self-destructive one being followed today, a plan developed not only in books displayed below, readable free of charge, but also in an intensely-articulated Summary of Ideas, written in a traditional kind of English which is alone suited to the conveying of profound ideas, but which modern linguists would empty of all its fine distinctions, its precious moral and intellectual content, these like a balm to soul and mind. While included too are statements regarding our Crusade not only against institutionalized sodomy but also toward a New and Better Confederacy, as elucidated in several articles below, designed to replace the above-described paganistic thralldom of an open-ended Bush/Obama USA. Our organizationally-distributive Confederacy envisioned to gather to itself all of the states, fleeing in horror and disgust from the sodomy and abortion, totalitarianism and earth-denuding Napoleonic warfare which presently prevails. This site is updated frequently, with all written here submitted finally to the traditions and teaching authority of the Roman Catholic Church, now in outward respects and as predicted in saintly prophesies of centuries having been essentially taken over by the synagogue. The age-old see-sawing struggle against this perfidious infestation having been a continual one, with major inroads already encountered by the Apostles, conducted by a cabal of Epistle-described "Judaizers" whose various subterfuges since those early-Christian times have been the main obstacle to both viable statehood and the preaching of the Holy Gospel. Thus in awaiting Christianity's final glorious triumph I write with a loyal heart but largely from memory, and in unaided consulting of traditional Church documents, as current teaching on both "right" and "left" tends to be faulty, sometimes in the extreme. Yet it is critically important that the reader fully know what I mean by the word Catholic: hence the many criticisms and clarifications, being forced, with great trepidation, to "rush in where angels fear to tread". Apologies that Louis Joliet picture is divided into parts: I haven't the money or web-savvy right now to get it fixed: and yet it may perhaps fittingly signifies the national disunity of today. See any retractions at the very bottom of this page. We are not connected to any other website or organization, whatever the outward similarities might be. Finally, either hackers or our own inexperience with html text have forced us to modify proper punctuation, using italics instead of quotation marks, and several other such deviations. Hopefully we can get this straightened out soon, so please bear with us in the meantime, as what our hosting service accepts with respect to text has apparently changed. Hence in some articles or pages we have largely dispensed with dashes, apostrophes, quotation marks and one or two other punctuations, grammatical tools which are sometimes hideously disfigured otherwise. Thus too in our Summary of Ideas hyperlinks five through thirty-three to date, so many of these entries have become italicized, probably by dint of a host server confusing my old fashioned font with italics: yet I am leaving them thus, since to edit any text on this site, for the time being, is to be condemned to the noted unfortunate substitutions. However, you can copy and past a whole hyperlink here and un-italicize it as a word document. Thus words of alarm about hackers found here and there on the site are probably ill-founded, but we do our best in a mode we are not expert at, in a time when all traditional publishing and other media is more-or-less entirely controlled.
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Every subject from the War to health care and other domestic policy matters is treat of here on this site, but you have to look for these subjects among the titles on the hyperlinks: there is no index. While amid the events of the day first entries on this page are sometimes put together rather hastily, often being first reactions to a world of events for decades now progressively slipping out of the self-governing grasp of the common man. "News" today being merely the same old washed-out fare for a week running, comprised of the few significant happenings that our newspeople and media-commentators are permitted to examine. Items whose presentation however fails to hit the bulls-eye of the underlying issues involved: sound-bites skillfully juxta-positioned between all the counselor-couch, health-tip and other irrelevant intrusions that we didn't click the remote in order to hear. But amid this information-no-man's-land - and while thus necessarily "going out on a limb" of perilous conjecture - also commonly discovery a whole host of new ideas. Aided too not only by more excellent sources than cable or network TV, but also by the fact that what these people don't tell us is far more revealing than what they do. Insights thus obtained being what this highly-provisional website is all about. The whole "raw" commentary is then invariably worked over in days following: as you can see by the improved quality - and probity - of entries that follow further on. In respect to which "sifting" operation don't be surprised if an article is removed for a day or even a month: during which time it is probably being intensively reworked, having been found inadequate in some way. In an endeavor which I undertake with assiduity. Also, I sometimes put my newest entry second or third in line, if I consider it of lesser importance than the article at the top. While finally this ongoing "diary" of world and national economic and political phenomena is followed further on by a "summary of ideas" more discursive, not in this reverse-chronological form, to be found in the last thus-named hyperlink below. For more detailed treatment of any theological subjects touched upon here please consult the Summa Theologica of St. Thomas Aquinas - the prime depositary of Western legal, moral, political and organizational thought - which can be found using a search engine online under that name. Finally, you may on occasion find your access to this site to be momentarily blocked, at which times I am probably adding or editing. But just give me a moment, and you should be able to get back on board with no problem.
On this site, the manly values cherished by many modern Muslim and other non-Christian nations are enthusiastically recognized, and their populations reached out to by us, for an alliance against the tide of perversion presently flooding the world from Western music, media and policies. With countries around the globe, from China to the Middle East to Africa, joining many Catholic nations from Ireland to Latin America in virile, resolute repudiation of an array of evils like sodomy, let alone sodomy-�marriage�. While many of these countries reject other shameful perversities as well, including various Western laboratory-procedures which treat men like mice. Thus we are working on including more articles to explore this common ground.
I haven't the resources to form an "exploratory committee" or to gather petitions, only two of a host of devices which remove presidential elections further from popular hands, yet as you will see I feel compelled to put forward my candidacy anyway, come what may. Hence I ask those of you who agree with my position on the issues explored on this front page, or in person-to-person conversations out on the campaign trail, to print up and display wherever possible the Platform which follows on a hyperlink below. It is designed to go on 11" by 17" paper, but can be downsized to 8 1/2 by 11 and still be readable. These small "leaflets" can then be put under windshield-wipers in parking lots, or between screen-door and trim on front porches, as I did as a lad of fourteen for the John F. Kennedy campaign. While either size format can be passed out at the office, at school, on the job, among friends and neighbors. In this way we can get completely around the tightly-controlled election-machines of both major Parties, and get the word out to the People: the real Sovereign of this land.
March 28, 2017: Devotion to God the root of good custom and conversation. The irreconcilabiity of societies based on love with those based on lesser things.
As harmless as the subject might seem, a tremendous amount of controversy and a host of social, economic and political injustices swirl around the question: should devotion to God be open and manifest in our conversation, in the expressions that animate our faces and jestures, our turns-of-phrase? Today's all-determining notion of "progress" setting the stage for much of the debate, consigning the whole idea of "demonstrative devotion", as it was once so pejoratively called, to another age. Indeed in the minds of a great many today any evidence of same among Catholics, at least in the traditional non-charismatic sense in which the term was in past times always understood, is classed alongside obscure reaches of superstition and the like, and even a notorious criminal is thought better by far than a "hypocrite" who openly shows such manifest religious devotion for all to see. Open, near-riotous tumult and glee over food, dance, popular music, art, being perfectly acceptable to stern judges of this allegedly non-demonstrative school, in a species of worldly hysterics which however suddenly turns stiff, inhibited, even cold at the merest mention of God, His law, His effect on the human soul. But can this "mum's the word" concerning religion in any way advance the kingdom of God? Does it not rather consign it to the condition of a backwater wherein already a century ago only "old women" were thought with incommunicable rectitude to be employed?
It is indeed another well-known commonplace, as experience has repeatedly shown us out here on the Crusade in the most redundant sort of way, that it is the humble, downtrodden, members of "lower races" who most readily reveal a great deal of devotion to God outwardly, and consequently attract this kind of harsh and demeaning scorn. As if devotion implies an inability to contain oneself, while by contrast among the proud of any race or nationality the question seems ever to torment the mind, "what will any display of earnest feeling look like in other people's eyes?" For the good are like the publican in the synagogue who couldn't even raise his eyes toward the sanctuary, much less think about who among mere mortals might be watching, striking his breast with great sighs, professing his great unworthiness, ready indeed for the whole world to witness self-accusations involved, as a public testament against a previous life-of-sin, while it was the proud pharisee who raised himself up like a ramrod in self-satisfaction, hardly revealing any feelings except those of towering self-esteeme. Those who view religious devotion as something to "hide under a bushel basket" plainly living their lives only in other people's eyes, scarcely having an existence of their own in this all-important territory of life. But even if some thus strangely inhibited have no such motivations, having only been involuntary formed in such a stiff and "non-demonstrative" way, yet it is a great loss that so many, falling under the sway of this long-standing falsehood, refrain from showing any religious devotion at all. Foregoing the Gospel "becoming as little children", disdaining a life "simple as doves", failing to let the light of God's presence, of His grace, light up their faces, color their manners and words. Thus easily coloring the way such people treat others as well, as the light of God's countenance to properly candid souls is seen stamped indelibly upon others "made in His image and likeness", however obscure, from soul to soul, the reflection might be. Eliciting all-the-same a like awe and delight as does the immutable and dilectable face of God. The joy of this brotherly love when enlivening the human face resembling rapturous contours which once traditionally animated all fervent prayer, such as readily too crossed over and invested greetings to persons love, "when knighthood was in flower". But it is grudging and inhibited sorts of cleverly-articulated falsehoods which lay at the base of many-a war, mounting walls of hostility that divide cities and neighborhoods into hostile camps, that indeed pick out cunningly even the notorious "black sheep" which almost every family has: most typically the one most unguarded with his legitimate feelings, and easily as well the one who tries to keep guilty sentiments in check.
Thus too the tremendous gulf that so falsely divides the Catholic Church into "Latin" and "Northern European", Slavic and Western-European camps: the first in each case traditionally open and candid in religious fervor, and with high significance typically much more hospitable, neighborly and charitable as well. Alas, I must confess that now-and-again this Crusade literally "runs out of gas", and I have to take can in hand and walk down the road, as in numerous cases in New Mexico. A state where on a major highway it is almost without exception a Mexican from Mexico who will pick you up and buy you five gallons of the precious stuff, if you are in such an unenviable position found, while non-demonstrative White America goes speeding by without batting an eye. These benefactors to their fellow man being members of that nationality where they usually earn 75 cents an hour or less, but cannot bear to see someone else in distress. Yes, it is their "demonstrative" love-of-God, which scarcely "only says Lord, Lord", which bears abundant fruit, "pressed down and running over", in the love of neighbor, in a generosity so typically sequential to that ample self-expression proper to a humanity with both body and soul, seldom seen among uprighteously-undemonstrative, unresponsive people to the north, who however get all worked up over going to war. Hence too must the good custom recommended so heartily here on this site be undergirded by this kind of open-hearted divine devotion, as all of it is a work-of-grace. Indeed we have no "agreement" with God, as Protestantism seems so typically to hold, as if in an arm's-length handshake after which they are sure of being "saved". No, we throw ourselves at His feet, we beg His mercy with all the fervor our human equipment can help us orchestrate, we cry out for His incomparable peace, after which we are happy to find an opportunity to thus demonstrate too our gratitude in the way we treat others, whether in sharing God's blessings, in those quite-demonstrative Beatitudes of "feeding the hungry", of "counseling the doubtful", of "admonishing the sinner", or even of giving a simple and humble "demonstrative" smile to light our neighbor's way.
But alas as suggested above a religion so silent, so stiff and even sullen, so "undemonstrative", which some display like a feather in their hat, such a creed is no threat at all to the Jewish behavioral hegemony that controls our world, that even now prepares a mega-deadly arm's race again to make profit out of blood, and to enslave those who remain. For these reasons are such falsehoods cultivated in all ages, to diminish and eventually erase the defining childlike quality of the Christian soul, to banish-in-shame all good and society-cementing customs and attitudes, to create cruel proponents and participants in racial confrontations in all their bloody or petty forms, in economic concepts of penury and starvation, in aggressive and unjust wars.
Thus hardly can we settle for impersonal, loveless, combative systems such as ours, in which all of life is viewed as a competition of some sort, whether in business, around the family table, on the job, in sports. The latter indeed originally a Greek contest between sodomites, designed so that the well-developed male figure could be more provocatively displayed for unnatural lusts of participants and lookers-on alike. Much as American football has likewise come to be, with these abominable skin-tight jerseys, the violent contact of every part of the human frame, being wildly cheered on, oggled and admired. In business this combative approach resulting in the most wasteful extravagance and redundancy, in the wholesale waste of energies and material, rather than any generous, horizontally-distributed multiplier such as sound economics always embodies and employs. The Judeo-Masonic cabal which founded this country condemning it to continue in this grudging, reprobate way, as a veritable league-of-piracy deliberately set up as the proving-ground of this Godless, loveless, libertine view. A species of statecraft now being spread around the globe with lies, slanders, cruel and hideous acts of false-flag barbarity, all in the name of "freedom and the American way". This system having been designed indeed to supplant all real love among men with this roiling diabolical libertarian malignancy, to eradicate a millennial Catholic social and political Civilization planted on these shores by pious French and Spanish missionaries and explorers. These not for contests of death and perversity but for life, faith, hope, salvation, for a society of divine, generous and productive love. That which must always be intensely interpersonal in realization, and can scarcely be accommodated in a system so cold, calculating and abstract as ours. A system to which there can be no reconcile among the good, among those motivated by divine love.
Retractions: I made the claim in a February 3rd article of a proven link not only between the CIA and the "Islamic State" but also included Israel in this linkage, for which there isn't the same material evidence, even if it is indeed entirely likely. Thus the passage was corrected accordingly to give proper emphasis where it belongs. Also, have stated mistakenly that grand juries are a recent invention of the courts, this error stemming from my habit of writing from a sometimes-faulty memory rather than checking the facts. Rather what I had read about some years ago was the unprecedented use to which grand juries were being put during anti-racketeering hearings of the 1950s. Also, my apologies for mistaking the name of the Russian Patriarch as Alexander when it is in fact Kirill, and a number of others errors of this material rather than conceptual kind. Also, I tend to get up in the morning, when ideas are numerous and lively, and somehow unaccountably write very tersely, as if a readers with thus-few mental trail-marks knew where I was headed, or what it actually was I wished to say. These pieces tending to sound either bombastic or clueless and meandering: articles I invariably develop more fully within a day or so. Also, I regret any criticisms of priests that are found here, and try to keep them limited only to those that seem essential in my attempts to understand and explain what has happened to the Catholic Church over the past century and more of prophetically-predicted infiltration by evil men. Also, any positive comments made here and there on this site about polytheists (pagans) are made in spite of their polytheism rather than because of it. For certainly there are always good things as well as bad at work in all people, and God looks primarily at the heart, so that provided the ultimate state is finally arrived at, sometime before the hour of death: namely, of believing "that there is one God Who is the rewarder of the good and the punisher of the wicked", that a person can save their soul. Again, provided they "have a good heart", have sincerely sought the truth, but have somehow been prevented from attaining it in its entirety through some blameless sort of ignorance, or perhaps even some externally-imposed form of prejudice they are honestly unable to overcome. And of course while this struggle between good and bad goes on in those of other beliefs it does no good to refuse to see any hopeful or positive signs in them, in their civic institutions, and so on. These latter practical particulars of whole nations which can sometimes indeed be their chief harbingers of hope for both this world and the next. Those two realms whose imperatives so often closely coincide.