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2020 mortality rate quite normal despite COVID-19

The 2020 mortality rate for England and Wales has been published at long last and we can finally see how deadly this new coronavirus lurgy has been in relation to the normal range of deaths in the two countries. On average ten people out of every thousand died from all causes in England and Wales last year. But that’s entirely within the normal death rate range for England and Wales during the 21st century. During the 1960’s, 70’s, 80,s and 90’s, years through which most of us lived, or partially lived through, years we can remember well, the death rate was constantly higher but we didn’t close down businesses and make people wear face-nappies. We didn’t stop people from going to Mass and place everyone under literal house-arrest.

In 2019 the death rate was nine people out of every thousand. So if we take a medium-size English city to serve as a practical example that can be easily visualised it means that a city like Norwich, with an urban population of about a quarter-of-a-million people, saw maybe 250-300 more deaths from all causes last year than it did the year before that.

Not exactly what would be expected from a highly-deadly pandemic sweeping the world and decimating populations is it?

And yet that’s the false narrative the powers-that-be insist on feeding us with whilst they throw us on the dole and destroy our businesses, whilst they stop us travelling around, whilst they stop us socialising with family and friends, and prevent us from receiving the Christian Sacraments.

Time to put an end to the ‘Great Reset’.

 

The boot and the meaning of life

Absolutely brilliant concept album. Catholicism, Irish tradition, history and culture. The themes of the songs often carry the pains and the triumphs of Irish history from the celebrated battle of Clontarf extolled in ‘Pláit agus Domhnaill’, through the Catholic persecutions of the 16th and 17th centuries, the overall suppression and poverty of the indigenous people in the 18th and 19th centuries, the Famine and then into the 20th century and the fight for freedom of Home Rule. If you love Ireland, and love Catholicism, and only buy one album during the whole of this year …… make it this one! The complete presentation which includes the CD and wonderful 116 page book costs €20 with postage nationally at €6. You can purchase ‘An Bhuatais and the Meaning of Life’ here: http://www.lorcanmacmathuna.com

Suffering Syria far more Christian than western Europe

First the Liberal Masonic States of western Europe banned the faithful from attending Mass at Easter, the most holy time of the Christian year. And now, in many parts of western Europe they have prevented the faithful from attending midnight Mass to celebrate the birth of of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.

But in suffering Syria, where Christianity is respected and protected, and which is a majority Moslem country with a secular government which the Liberal Masonic States have been trying their best to destroy for most of the past decade, Midnight Mass was celebrated, and Jesus Christ loved and worshipped, throughout the country.

Read more at Syria Times

The Virgin’s Lullaby

Nollaig Shona díbh go léir!

Suantraí Na Maighdine
Adhraim mo leanbh beag tagtha ar an saol,
Codail, a linbh, go sámh.
Adhraim a laige is a loime nocht fhaon,
Codail, a linbh, go sámh.
Inis, a ghrá liom, id luí sa mhainséar,
Inis cén fáth dhuit bheith sínte sa bhféar,
Is tú Coimhde na nGrásta agus Íosa Mac Dé,
Codail, a linbh, go sámh.

A Mhuire, a Mháthair, is a Bhuime mhín tséimh,
Codail, a linbh, go sámh.
Is mé Coimhde na nGrásta agus Íosa Mac Dé,
Codail, a linbh, go sámh.
Go beo bocht a thánag le mian ar an saol,
Chun deoraithe fánacha a shaoradh ón éag,
Is nuair a chrochfar i n-áirde mé claonfaid chugham féin,
Codail, a linbh, go sámh.

The Virgin’s Lullaby
I worship my little child, who has come into the world,
Sleep peacefully, my child.
I worship his weakness and his bare nakedness,
Sleep peacefully, my child.
Tell me, my love, as you lie in the manger,
Tell me why you are stretched on the hay,
[When] you are the Keeper of the Graces and Jesus the Son of God,
Sleep peacefully, my child.

Mary, my mother, my sweet gentle nurse,
Sleep peacefully, my child.
I am the Keeper of the Graces and Jesus the Son of God,
Sleep peacefully, my child.
Truly poor I came into the world by my own choice,
To save straying wanderers from death,
And when I am hung on high, they will turn to me.
Sleep peacefully, my child.

 

The Best Christmas Present

“The best Christmas present would be to cancel the sanctions against the Syrian people” says Bishop Georges Abou Khazen, the Apostolic Vicar of Aleppo.

The Western block, led by the United States, realised “that it could not win the war militarily, so it chose to choke Syria economically. This is a crime against humanity because these people are not guilty,” said Bishop Abou Khazen. “Furthermore, it is not true that the fighting is over; what is certain is that poverty has increased, and medicines are in short supply, made worse by the pandemic.”

Syria is “rich in wheat, mineral resources, oil, and gas, especially in the US-controlled Northeast controlled, which it cannot use even to heat private homes.”

In this context, “unlike in many other countries, the coronavirus is not ‘the’ problem but one of the many we have to face.”

Despite the siege and bombs, Christmas during the war did not present the same difficulties,” said the prelate. “It was perhaps easier for people to meet the needs of daily life. Today many things are not available, from fruit to meat, which remains a dream for the vast majority.”

‘Great Reset’ update

A total of 24 criminal accusations are being laid against the World Health Organisation by lawyers in Italy. W.H.O. are trying to claim ‘diplomatic immunity’ for their employees to escape charges. A big update coming from Vicit Leo soon. In the meantime please help the work by supporting the Vicit Leo Campaign Fund. It’s serious stuff. People involved in the fight against the W.H.O. (a United Nations body) have already suffered dawn raids and various forms of intimidation and harassment. Please stand up like men and do your bit to help them. God bless the work and God bless the workers! Vicit Leo Campaign Fund – https://uk.gofundme.com/f/vicit-leo-campaign-fund

Rebuilding the Catholic Culture

 

Some really fantastic Catholic talent out there, fighting to preserve the Faith, the Moral Order and traditional culture.

Faith, family, culture and country = Catholic Restoration.

Do everything you can to support the restoration of Catholic and traditional culture.

The famous Fr. Gerard Manley Hopkins poem, The Windhover, has been put to song by traditional Irish artist Lorcán Mac Mathúna and is available on the newly published album “An Bhuatais and The Meaning of Life”. It can be ordered here: http://www.lorcanmacmathuna.com

But whilst you’re waiting for your newly-ordered C.D to arrive, why not spend some time enjoying this selection of amazing Catholic talent. Please follow and support their work.

Sult Ceolhttps://youtu.be/t8HZw_FXhsc ( YouTube channel – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdfXv6JKsRSo4MhwXkwIGnw/videos )

Nicholas Wiltonhttps://youtu.be/hRkiBQJ87X4 ( CD’s – http://www.carmel-books.org/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=2&zenid=9r8lb0h217jht6me29afe1vgo5 )

Martin Aelredhttps://youtu.be/2Ron1PmKHcQ ( YouTube channel – https://www.youtube.com/user/martinaelred/videos )

A Lil Celtic Twisthttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYU0kokw1b8 ( YouTube channel – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6uSJSrPCvGFtRFpe3chIXw/videos )

 

Fr. Michael Crowdy, RIP

Today is the anniversary of the death of Fr. Michael Crowdy, a founding trustee of The Saint George Educational Trust and a proper old school priest. Taken from this vale of tears at 3.00pm on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, 2006.

May he rest in peace. Pray and intercede for us, dear Father.

O Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us now and at the hour of our death. Amen.

 

Urban meltdown

France is in serious melt-down. There are famous prophecies approved by the Church which speak of very serious civil strife everywhere. Anarchy reigns before God intervenes directly in human affairs and causes a great worldwide chastisement leading to the re-establishment of Christendom and a period of peace. It is said that Paris, Marseille and London will drown in their own blood. Or perhaps, as many others think, a New World Order will be imposed from the chaos and we will find ourselves coming under the reign of the Antichrist.

Either way, Catholics must get back to the land and dig in. Urban areas will become a hellish environment where Catholics definitely won’t survive. Protect your children and flee the towns and cities.

Baby Lives Matter

An important pro-life victory in the UK; student midwife Julia Rynkiewicz was persecuted by her university, prevented from doing her final-year work placement, and subjected to a four-month-long investigation as to whether she was ‘fit to work’ as a midwife simply because she holds pro-life views and is the president of the university Students for Life group.

Nottingham University eventually dismissed the ‘case’ against her and only now, some months afterwards, has recognised that the department’s attitude may have been illegal and has apologised and settled compensation with her.

Justice must be served

“If you ask me to infiltrate some drug dealers you can’t point the finger at me if I sample the product.” This was the response of a degenerate scumbag of a cop at the Undercover Policing Inquiry when asked what his views were on undercover police deceiving women into having sexual relationships, entering into sham marriages and even having children who they later walked away from, This is the sick mentality of the political police who tried to encourage left-wingers to burn down a Catholic charity shop with the likely result of murdering people in adjoining student accommodation.

Heads must roll, starting with the criminal prosecution of Carlo Soracchi, pictured, the Special Branch cop who wanted the Catholic charity shop firebombed.

Make this story big. Demand justice is served!

This man must be arrested and prosecuted

Pressure must be put on public authorities to bring criminal prosecutions against police agent provocateurs who tried to encourage people to engage in criminal conspiracies, including the burning down of a Catholic charity shop which could have resulted in the murder of people living in adjoining flats.

The Undercover Policing Inquiry heard that officer Carlo Soracchi, who worked undercover using the alias ‘Carlo Neri’, tried to persuade people to firebomb a Catholic charity shop. Justice demands that he must be arrested and prosecuted for this and any other criminal activity that witnesses might testify he engaged in.

Conspiracy to arson and murder

A public enquiry into the role of undercover police was told yesterday that an undercover cop called Carlo Soracchi tried several times to incite people to firebomb a Catholic charity shop in London. Sad to say it wasn’t pointed out that if the arson attack had gone ahead then police officer Carlo Soracchi, who was working under the cover-name of Carlo Neri, would have been responsible for the likely murder of perhaps twenty young foreign language students who lived in accommodation in the same building as the charity shop. It was also part of a terraced row of buildings containing numerous other shops and flats.

Sacraments above all else

Catholics took to the streets in towns and cities throughout Europe on Sunday, in protest against lockdown restrictions that have closed churches and forbidden people to gather together. Government actions in many countries have effectively banned Christians from receiving the Sacraments.

But Catholics defiantly took to the streets, holding impromptu confessions and Mass.

The message is clear: ‘You will have to kill and imprison us to stop us receiving the Sacraments.’

“The blood of the martyrs is the seed of the Church.”