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Christianity has always opposed the Zionist project

As a prelude to illegally annexing the occupied Jordanian-Arab land of the West Bank the Israeli State has just announced it will fund an illegal settlement called “Trump Heights” for Jewish ‘settlers’ in the illegally-seized and occupied Syrian Golan.

 

 

Two Worlds at War

One side is international. It is led by the Devil. It has nuclear weapons, policemen, prisons, and the mass media. It dedicates this month of June to promoting and celebrating Sodomy.

The other side is universal. It is led by God Almighty, Father, Son and Holy Ghost, Creator and Sustainer of this world. It has fire and brimstone, a heavenly army of angels and saints, and a temporal spirit of prayer, sacrifice and self-defence. It dedicates this month of June to promoting and honouring the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus.

Choose your side. There is no middle-ground.

 

Trump claims same-sex ‘marriage’ “is good”

“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.”

He is referring so-called same-sex ‘marriage’.

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?

Trump openly admits he’s not Pro-Life

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.

Pro-Life, except when …………..

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!

Syrian Catholic Bishops Condemn Immoral U.S. Missile Attack

The Catholic Herald reports that:

“Two prominent Catholic leaders in Syria have criticised the US missile strikes against their nation, wondering why they occurred before investigations into the origins of chemical attacks reported earlier this week……

….. Syriac Catholic Patriarch Ignace Joseph Younan called the attack an aggression and told Catholic News Service: ‘It is a shame that the United States administration didn’t wait until an honest United Nations investigation was thoroughly made into what is said to be a chemical air strike in Khan Shaykun’.

‘The agglomerate media and the supremacist policy of the USA just want the killing and destroying conflict in Syria to continue, and this primarily to kill whatever attempt to resolve the bloody crisis,’ added Patriarch Younan, who was born in Syria and served for 14 years as bishop of the New Jersey-based Diocese of Our Lady of Deliverance for Syriac Catholics in the United States and Canada.

Bishop Georges Khazen, who serves Latin-rite Catholics in Aleppo, told the Rome-based Fides news agency that he was baffled by ‘the speed with which it was decided and carried out, without any adequate investigation into the tragic massacre with chemical weapons which took place in Idlib province.’

He said the attack ‘opens new disturbing scenarios for all.‘ ……

….. Syrian officials called the attack a ‘blatant aggression,’ and the General Command of the Syrian army said it ‘confirms the continuation of the wrong American strategy and restricts the counterterrorist operation that the Syrian army is conducting.’

The Syrian state news agency SANA reported nine civilians, including four children, were killed in the US attack. SANA said the civilians died in villages near the airbase and that seven more people were wounded. It was not clear whether this figure included any of the six dead announced by the Syrian army earlier.

Patriarch Younan, who said he passed Shayrat Air Base after the strike, en route to celebrate a funeral in Hafar, noted the US was accusing Syria – a UN member – of using chemical weapons, but had not investigated the charge.

‘The Syrian army was fighting successfully to end the bloody conflict going on for long. It did not need any military intervention that would be condemned by international agencies, such as using chemicals,’ he said. He added that Christians would suffer the consequences, and the final results of displacement and persecution would not be known for decades.

After the chemical attack was reported, Chaldean Bishop Antoine Audo of Aleppo told Fides that although he understood things were not always what they seemed, he could not imagine the Syrian government ‘is so naive and ignorant to be able to do such errors.’ …..

….. ‘Two days ago, US President Donald Trump said that Assad is part of the solution of the Syrian problem. Now he makes statements that say the contrary,’ Bishop Audo told Fides. ‘There are interests of regional powers involved in the war. We should always take this into account, especially when certain things are repeated with similar dynamics, and trigger the same reactions and the same effects already experienced in the past.’