And it came to pass, as they walked in the way, that a certain man said to him: I will follow thee whithersoever thou goest.  Jesus said to him: The foxes have holes, and the birds of the air nests; but the Son of man hath not where to lay his head.  But he said to another: Follow me. And he said: Lord, suffer me first to go, and to bury my father.  And Jesus said to him: Let the dead bury their dead: but go thou, and preach the kingdom of God.
 And another said: I will follow thee, Lord; but let me first take my leave of them that are at my house.  Jesus said to him: No man putting his hand to the plough, and looking back, is fit for the kingdom of God.Luke 9:57-61
My thanks to Frank Walker for highlighting this article from Dr. Naomi Wolf, who has been doing yeoman’s work to expose the death cult these days. Here is an excerpt:
The Pfizer documents reveal monstrous damage to menstruation, harm to the testes and epididymis, harms to the penis, horrible harm to the ova and ovaries, mechanisms for compromising the placenta, contamination of amniotic fluid, and damage to newborns. They reveal that four women’s breast milk turned blue-green. They reveal injuries to at least one newborn that extend to death (or murder) from ingesting tainted breast milk. They reveal horrific levels of miscarriages. They reveal that Pfizer defined “exposure” to the vaccine as including sexual intercourse, especially at conception. They reveal a weird focus on mammalian sexual and reproductive issues.
All of these horrors make extended appearances in the Pfizer documents, which were never expected to see the light of day. https://dailyclout.io/category/campaigns/pfizer-documents-analysis/
Soon humanity will realize that the worst thing ever to happen to it, has taken place.
Soon humanity will realize that the miscarriages and the drops in birth rate worldwide documented by Igor Chudov; the drop in life expectancy; the neonatal deaths; the ruination of eggs and ovaries; were done to them with knowledge aforethought, and that, in many cases relating to fertility, the means for healing the bodies of women is not clear.
The novel Children of Men, by P.D. James, seems prescient. If you haven’t read it, you should. The movie based on this novel is to be ignored. As we lose population, tyranny will advance with greater rapidity.
We will live if we remain steadfast and faithful to Our Lord.
Obligatory post for a pilgrim today, I include the following excerpt from one of my favorite books on the Camino, The Great Westward Walk, by Antxon Gonzalez Gabarain, who passed away from ALS September 1, 2012. Having walked into the Plaza del Obradoiro myself, I can relate to the emotions he describes:
I approach the cathedral from behind, and step into an immense and deserted square. I head to the center stones and look up through a curtain of rain at the brightly-lit cathedral facade. A river comes down my face. Tears fill my eyes. The two towers stand majestically, almost menacingly against the blackness of the stormy night. Millions of raindrops strike and bounce off the stone façade, wrapping it in a ghostly aura. I am dazzled. I am small and alone in the middle of the Obradoiro square, and the cathedral of Santiago stands before me in all her glory. Completely emptied, I lean on my staff and stand motionless before the majestic Baroque stones of Compostela. Face to face we stand alone, she and I, washed clean with the same water from the sky. This is my chimera, my ultimately unattainable goal….
Providence gave me this magical stretch of solitude. I can now attest that I am not the same nervous man who pulled shut the door of his house a month ago. I am the same, but tanned. I’m the same, but more free. I am the same, with far less fear. I am … but who am I? It’s funny, I’ve never asked myself that question. No, I’ve never considered it. If I ever did, I must’ve been drunk, because I do not remember it. Who am I? I wonder. I take a deep breath and listen for the answer. I am one part limestone and another part sand….
I’m the hopeless case, the disease that has no cure… who, despite everything, will try to do his best. I will never abandon you. I am the one who thought he’d never write a book. The books that sell best have happy endings, and that’s the way I’d like mine to end. But even happy endings are endings. If you look at it closely, it’s good just to finish. A relief. I curl up on the cathedral steps and lean my head on the stone rail. The rain doesn’t bother me now. I cannot get any wetter, so I can relax. A warm, radiant peace overwhelms me. A sharp, bright whisper slices through my trance — I feel her, I hear her, She with whom I have shared so much, whispers a sweet “I love you” in my ear. The little girl with the pink cheeks whispers to me, like a secret in my ear: Aita, Daddy, I see you, you are the most luminous of all the stars. My little girl flutters around me with outstretched arms, like a butterfly. I feel my mother, my father, my brothers beside me, chanting comforting words. A hand grabs mine; I feel a salty drop of love fall on my arm. I’m dressed, clean and crisp. I hear Pavarotti singing “Miss Sarajevo.” I hear Julieta Venegas singing “El Presente.” I delight in the melodies. My friends pass here, too. Loyal friends.
The distance that separates us doesn’t keep them from sitting at my side. My mouth cannot form a word, but my heart sends a message: “Follow your Path. I am right there with you.”
“I’ve got this. I’m free now.”
When the time comes I give myself to a deep sleep. There’s a smile on my face.
Lost in the twitter derision of the “First Lady” using a “breakfast taco” metaphor to refer to hispanics is that she can’t read a teleprompter much better than her husband, pronouncing bodegas as “bógadas”:
Such an inspirational speech from a leftist elite female I have not seen since this gem from the past:
Over at TakiMag, a provocative and often witty site of social commentary, the “Z Man” (who would ever give themselves a third-person nickname? That’s weird.) has an excellent piece on why Conservative Inc. must learn the lesson that the “who” who decides is more important than the “process” by which things are decided. Read the whole article, but here are some highlights:
Right there is one of those mileposts that reveal just how much America has changed in the past fifty years. Abortion used to be an issue fought between white lesbians and Christian mothers. The former argued that abortion was a feminist sacrament that magically made women on par with men. The latter argued that it was just another step in stripping women of the natural respect they command in a just society. […]
Interestingly, the other side of the issue has been subdued in response to what is their one and only victory in the culture war. Many of the people who made social conservatism a force on the right have been dead for a generation. Others simply got tired of waiting and moved on to other issues. Fifty years is a long time to wait for the conservative movement to deliver on a promise.
Conservative Inc. is also struggling with this one. Their whole model is based on losing gracefully, so they are unprepared for an actual victory. Crisis counselors have been called to American Enterprise and Heritage to help the staff cope with something they were told could never happen. For professional conservatives, Dobbs is like seeing Big Foot riding a unicorn. They are questioning their sanity.
What makes this even more difficult for Conservative Inc. is the fact that Dobbs was made possible by their archnemesis, Donald Trump. In his debate with Hillary Clinton, Trump made clear that abortion would be a litmus test issue for him when it came time to select judges for the court. His matter-of-fact explanation for how he would roll back Roe was mocked at the time, but it turned out to be correct. […]
Although they probably do not see it, the Dobbs decision cuts the legs out from under the New Right just as it does Conservative Inc. Both sides of this debate claim that how things are done is what matters. In reality, it is who, not how. Who decides is what matters in the law and in social policy. If a society has the right people in charge, people with a natural attachment to society, they will make decisions in the public interest.
This is why the most unhinged opposition to Trump came from the neocons. They have always been the brains of Conservative Inc., and they correctly saw what the Trump phenomenon represented to them. Trump was not running to promote a process but on the promise that he and he alone could make the required changes. His campaign was an explicit appeal to the who rather than the how.
In the end, Dobbs will not change much about abortion in America. The states will arrive at policies that match their inclinations. In other words, the issue will quickly fold into the normal process of government. That was always the right answer, but the people promoting abortion opposed this because it made it impossible for them to impose their morality on the rest of society. Again, who versus how.
The Bergoglio letter has the same effect on the real Mass as a kid at the beach telling the ocean that it must be made of sand.