“I have no problem with it whatsoever. I think it’s good,” says President Donald Trump of the USA, in a filmed interview to be shown on the USA’s Fox News Channel on Sunday 26th May. “I think it’s absolutely fine.” “It’s great.”
Trump has been long-fawned over by many emotionally-blinded pro-lifers who somehow deceive themselves into thinking Trump is some sort of a pro-life champion and defender of Christian values.
But you can’t get more anti-life than being in favour of sodomy and the social replacement of sacramental marriage and children with unnatural sin and sterility.
Isn’t it time to build grass-roots, Catholic-orientated, social and political alternatives to these immoral political delinquents?
In what really should come as an explosive wake-up call to the legions of emotionally-blinded pro-lifers who deceive themselves into thinking that in an abortive throw-away society President Donald Trump, of the USA, is the ‘great hope’ of unborn children, Trump has at long-last come clean and openly admitted he is not actually pro-life.
But, of course, in that Wormtongue-style propaganda so typical of politicians he stills claims to be “strongly pro-life” whilst actually not being pro-life in any principled way at all.
To be in favour of life is a moral judgement that places one on the side of innocent life whatever the circumstances. To pick and choose according to circumstance rather than being guided by moral principle is to think and act immorally.
But will Trump’s admission be enough to break the Wormtongue-like spell that pro-lifers have so far insisted on labouring under? Is it really so difficult to understand that Donald Trump and his US government is not pro-life? It is pro-death!
Christian morality obliges us all to recognise that whether by unjust war, unjust sanctions, unjust taxation and usury, or by unjust laws allowing and encouraging contraception, sodomy or ‘gender’-confusion, the USA stands for chaos, death and destruction, not life.
Pro-Life without compromise!
” We ask politicians and civil society to protect life, without compromise, and to put it back at the centre of the public debate ,” says Virginia Coda Nunziante, president of the organising committee of the Italian Marcia per la Vita.
Tens of thousands are expected in Rome, today, for its 9th annual March for Life.
“There are already so many participants, as is the case every year, that it is difficult to make a precise and complete list [of supporting organisations], which would be too long. Most secular associations in defence of life will participate in the march in an official way. Plus we have many important bishops associating with us who will carry a fundamental and precise message on the protection of life. There will also be important politicians who will march with us, but the latter will be in the streets and not on the stage because the primary objective of the March is to send a message to politics, not vice versa.”
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Iran is looking for war!
Look how close they’ve placed their country to U.S. military bases!
Be informed and educate yourselves.
The Israeli newspaper Haaretz reminds us that:
“They want war in the Middle East. The Battle of Armageddon, at which time Jesus Christ [in reality The Antichrist] will return to the Earth and vanquish all God’s enemies. For certain evangelicals, this is the climax of history. And Trump is taking them there. To the promised judgment, to their sure victory. The righteous will be ushered to heaven; the reprobate will be banished to hellfire.”
“……. They believe that Donald Trump is God’s instrument to move us closer to the Rapture, the Judgment, and the End. Because to them that’s actually the beginning – the beginning of their reward and heavenly bliss.”
Oppose the build-up to war against Iran, World War III, and the ushering in of The Antichrist.
Al-Suqaylabiyah buries its children.
As the long-awaited offensive of the Syrian Arab Army against al-Qaeda is finally launched to clear Idlib of more than 30,000 foreign head-chopping terrorists, the number of civilian martyrs also increases. The Wahhabi-Salafist terrorists are continuing to bombard the Christian villages of al-Suqaylabiyah and Mahardah in northern Hama.
On Sunday, four children and a woman died martyrs under the rockets of terrorists. Six others were critically injured.
SOS Chrétiens d’Orient is on the ground helping the families of martyrs in Mahardah, al-Suqaylabiyah
When I arrived in Damascus in 2006 I hardly ever met anyone asking for aid. Querying this fact I was helped by a fellow priest who told me that this was normal in a country where education and hospital facilities are free: low salaries were enough for everyday needs. There was no need to beg.
Eight years of war have destroyed an entire country and its peaceful people: unmerited destruction, 600,000 deaths, 12 million refugees and homeless exiles, a paralyzed economy, worthless money, and. ever-rising inflation, all with a crushing embargo. .
Families are saying now: we were better off with bombs flying around us. We could take shelter and hide somewhere. .How can we get away now with an economic war knocking at the door?
A WOUNDED HUMANITY:
The economic struggle is fast taking the place of the violent military interventions and touches all social classes; the embargo on anything from Iran has engulfed the Syrian people who are seemingly forgotten and left in misery. .
If it was hard to meet a poor Syrian in 2006, today it is impossible not to come across a Syrian who is not living in need whilst facing impossible social problems, all crowned by a constant lack of work, and therefore continual unemployment.
How difficult it is to see those families torn apart more and more, and obliged to continually beg to stay alive. However, the hardest is not that of seeing people in need but how their human dignity is so wounded. Bitterness can be seen so easily in the faces which do not look one in the eye in order to avoid further humiliation.
In the face of this hurt and broken people the Church keeps looking at the EMPTY TOMB.
Maronite Archbishop of Damascus