'The Lord is Victorious'


'Where Peter is, there is the Church. Where the Church is, there is Eternal Life.'

I won't be blogging until Tuesday at the earliest. That's, er, the day after tomorrow. What I mean is, I won't be blogging until the new Pope has been announced. Remember to catch all your second-hand Conclave news here. For all of us, we are set for tumultuous, momentous and hopefully (please God) joyous days ahead.

That The Bones You Have Crushed May Thrill: The first to report the Conclave news that has already been reported elsewhere. That way, you know you get the right Conclave news, everytime...For all those spread-betting on the outcome of the Papal Conclave, I think Valentine got it right first time.


Just for old times sake, mind, I'll re-post this excellent interview with Trading Places Producer and Producer of America: From Freedom to Fascism, Aaron Russo, Requiescat in Pace. I don't have any reason to disbelieve Aaron Russo's insider knowledge of the Rockefeller clan. How could anyone not believe the guy who made one of the best movies and most wonderful parables of social injustice in Hollywood history? More trustworthy than George W Bush, the Rockefellers and the largely contemptible mainstream media? I should cocoa!




Anatomy of a Fall (Anatomia Upadku)

And for those who have bought the 'official line' emanating from Poland, Russia and Europe on the 2010 Smolensk airplane crash in Russia, killing President Lech KaczyƄski and his wife Maria, former president Ryszard Kaczorowski, the chief of the Polish General Staff and other senior Polish military officers, the president of the National Bank of Poland, Poland's deputy foreign minister, Polish government officials, 15 members of the Polish parliament, senior members of the Polish clergy, as well as relatives of victims of the Katyn massacre en route from Warsaw to attend an event marking the 70th anniversary of the massacre, I urge you to read up about a new film.

'Anatomy of a Fall' exposes the deceptions involved in the Smolensk air crash
Anatomy of a Fall (Anatomia Upadku), a new documentary film made by Anita Gargas, one of the broadcast journalists sacked by the TVP1 for running with their investigative story of alleged evidence of TNT on board the plane that crashed, was shown on Friday at the Ognisko Centre, London, to a group of British-based Poles that grew palpably more angry as the film went on. The current Government in Poland refuses to answer important questions surrounding the event that amounted in a coup d'etat of the Polish Government.

I was asked by someone to plug the film on this blog, however small its audience is. I am happy to oblige. If you can get a chance to watch this movie, do, but it is profoundly disturbing. Poland, as ever, finds itself once more at the forefront of the ongoing battle for freedom in Europe and the World. From being a country concerned with the defense of Polish life, liberty and prosperity, Poland is now a country once again surrounded by wolves, many of whom have accessed the corridors of power. Few politicians, journalists and media companies in the UK have taken up the cause of Anita Gargas for truth and justice to be given to the victims of the Smolensk disaster. One politician who has spoken up in concern at the growing hostility in Poland to freedom of speech is Nigel Farage of UKIP.

Our Lady of Czestochowa
 If you can understand Polish, watch the film here. To get the story in English, read here. It will surprise readers not one little bit that not just I, but Fr Tadeusz Rydzyk of Polish Radio Station, Air Maria, considers it to be an event, like 9/11, which is masonic in its origin. The current Government in Poland is now, incredibly, both pro-Russia and pro-Europe. Anyone with any knowledge of Polish history will understand just how against Polish interests such a strategy is and always will be.

The Catholic Church, as well as being the Ark of Salvation for mankind, is also the champion of the oppressed and the poor and those whose inalienable rights are not upheld . It stands in defiance and against evil of all kinds, despite the individual sins of Her members. It cannot but speak out for freedom, for life, love, family, the child. Wherever we live, we must all of us engage in the huge spiritual battle in which we are involved. Wherever we live in the World, we cannot shrink back from the battle raging for souls. As Pope Emeritus Benedict has told us, 'The Lord is victorious!'

Our Lady of Czestochow, pray for Poland. Pray for us all.

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