Capitalist tycoons and oligarchs who control the pharmaceutical industry are literally making a killing from confused, liberal-propagandised, ‘gender-bending’ kids who have fallen victim to the unhealthy and unnatural LGBTQ+ movement with its all-encompassing and overwhelming billion-dollar advertising and Big Business support network.
The National Catholic Register reports that over a six-year period the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has documented some 26,000 seriously adverse events, including more than 6,000 deaths, involving hormone-blocking treatments routinely used on children confused about their sex and their God-given nature.
Fatal blood clots, suicidal behaviour, lowered IQ, brittle bones, and sterility, are just a few of the side effects of so-called ‘puberty-blockers’ that are either implanted or self-injected to prevent natural sexual development during puberty.
In the U.K. issues surrounding usage of the drugs are being studied by the National Health Service.
Read more at National Catholic Register …….
Polish friends remind us that “it is the 70th anniversary of the death of Adam Doboszyński (August 29, 1949), an outstanding activist of the national camp. His death was a symbolic beginning of Stalinist terror in Poland.”
The show-trial of Adam Doboszyński began in Warsaw on 18th June, 1949. He was accused of co-operating with the intelligence services of Nazi Germany from 1933, and from 1945 with the intelligence services of the U.S.A. The prosecution was based on forced testimony given in interrogations conducted during his two-year imprisonment. During the trial he repeatedly and consistently denied co-operating with any foreign intelligence services. He explained that he was made to accuse himself under torture. In his final statement he swore by the “wounds and passion of Christ” that he had never been in the service of Germany, the United States or of any other country, and he asked for judgment based on “law, truth and justice.” At the end of the twelve-day show-trial he was found guilty and sentenced to death.
Adam Doboszyński was the author of a very important book,‘The Economics of Charity’, first published in London in 1945.
Doboszyński’s view of national economy was shaped by Catholic social doctrine and especially by the works of St. Augustine and St. Thomas Aquinas, along with the social encyclicals of the popes. His critique of both the Capitalist and Communist socio-economic systems was based firmly on the teachings of the Church.
Doboszyński affirmed that Capitalism and Communism, Liberalism and Marxism, seemingly so different from each other, were based on an anti-Christian and Materialistic outlook of life. He criticised Liberalism, which is the root of Capitalism, regarding it as immoral. He affirmed the fact that both Capitalism and Communism are Collectivist and Materialist in nature. According to Doboszyński, the alternative to both was the creation of a national society built like a human organism, in which an individual should not feel alienated, but be supported by the family and the homeland. The basis of this social, economic and political life in the nation was to be bodies of employers and employees, which is essentially the re-establishment of the Christian system of guilds adapted to modern conditions
“Accordingly, when directing Our special attention to the changes which the capitalist economic system has undergone since Leo’s time, We have in mind the good not only of those who dwell in regions given over to “capital” and industry, but of all mankind.
In the first place, it is obvious that not only is wealth concentrated in our times but an immense power and despotic economic dictatorship is consolidated in the hands of a few, who often are not owners but only the trustees and managing directors of invested funds which they administer according to their own arbitrary will and pleasure.
This dictatorship is being most forcibly exercised by those who, since they hold the money and completely control it, control credit also and rule the lending of money. Hence they regulate the flow, so to speak, of the life-blood whereby the entire economic system lives, and have so firmly in their grasp the soul, as it were, of economic life that no one can breathe against their will.
This concentration of power and might, the characteristic mark, as it were, of contemporary economic life, is the fruit that the unlimited freedom of struggle among competitors has of its own nature produced, and which lets only the strongest survive; and this is often the same as saying, those who fight the most violently, those who give least heed to their conscience.”
– Pope Pius XI, Quadragesimo anno