Tag Archives: Capitalism

Capital sins

Pagan Capitalism is the natural father of all revolutionary and social trends: Socialism, Communism, Bolshevism – all those aspirations which, acting under the law of reaction, stood up to defend the violated human rights.

But can a bad tree bear good fruit? Sin begets sin. The sin of Capitalism was opposed by the sin of Socialism, Communism and Bolshevism. Marxist heresies argued that Capitalist technology breeds a Collectivist system. “For the desire of money is the root of all evils; which some coveting have erred from the faith, and have entangled themselves in many sorrows.” (1 Tim. 6:10). You say it looks radical? Every sin is radical, be it the individualistic sin of Capitalism or the Collectivist sin of Bolshevism. All sins belong to one family, so both the golden and the red international flow from one source – greed.

  • Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński

Defend the churches!

The situation at the Church of St. Aleksandra in Warsaw yesterday. The Church was successfully defended and the massive crowd of pro-abortion protestors prevented from swarming inside. Hedonistic lifestyles are encouraged amongst the young to make Capitalist elites even richer. The call is going out all over Poland. Come out on the streets and defend the churches from the new Bolsheviks and their Capitalist masters.

Lords of the World

“The world’s billionaires did extremely well during the coronavirus pandemic, growing their already-huge fortunes to a record high of $10.2tn (£7.8tn),” reports yesterday’s The Guardian newspaper .

“A report by Swiss bank UBS found that billionaires increased their wealth by more than a quarter (27.5%) at the height of the crisis from April to July, just as millions of people around the world lost their jobs or were struggling to get by on government schemes.”

England Murdered

SGET trustees were on pilgrimage to Walsingham at the weekend. Once England’s greatest shrine, miraculous site of the replica Holy House of Nazareth, and one of the five most important pilgrimage sites in the whole of Christendom, all that’s left of the great Walsingham Abbey after the crimes of the Protestant revolution is scant ruins.

Have you read William Cobbett’s History of the Protestant Reformation in England and Ireland?

You won’t understand how England was cruelly murdered without Cobbett’s masterful explanation and recording of the great crime.

Our Lady of Walsingham, pray for us.