“Lenten look back”

Below is a reminder this Lenten season of 2021 that amidst the hate of religious Christians skeptical of Bill Gates vaccines during the Covid19 fiasco, Christians have high regard for science. This is some of what the Church has done for science. Enjoy this article below, and smile inside if you’re Christian, and find yourselfContinue reading ““Lenten look back””

“Journey to Abraham’s Father.”

July 25, 1985 I was born on my mother’s birthday into a traditional italian-american family. Father Bill at Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton was our parish priest. My earliest memories at what grew into a good size church began in a barn. It didn’t take long for my mother to begin going after the Vatican leadershipContinue reading ““Journey to Abraham’s Father.””

“Rewind to Remind”

Tobias J. Lanz has compiled a third position library with his book Beyond Capitalism and Socialism. Whether because of society’s lack of will, knowledge, or both; this Lanz quote screams like the late Chester Bennington: “But the problem…is a lack of imagination.” Lanz’s book incorporates twelve contributing authors including Fordham University alumni PhD Peter Chognowski. A coupleContinue reading ““Rewind to Remind””

How I Became an Enemy of them State

9-11-2001, the deadliest monetary attack on American soil, carried out in part by American traitors, has morphed into a psychological attack on Americans in 2021. I had my own experience of this before the inauguration of Joseph Biden with a visit from the secret service. The First Amendment be damned was the message they were sent to giveContinue reading “How I Became an Enemy of them State”

“CONstitution: A Fool’s Errand”

Washington use to sing a very different tune to the powerful minority bankers: “They work more effectively against us, than the enemy’s #army. They are a hundred times more dangerous to your liberties, and the great cause we are engaged in…” Yes general. A tale old as time. However I’m afraid you’re going too needContinue reading ““CONstitution: A Fool’s Errand””

“A Bird’s Eye View”

James W. Douglass writes: “In the fall of 1963, Kennedy, like Krushev, had been given new glasses.” Unfortunately the cataracts obscuring our vision today might leave readers wondering what it was those glasses saw. Douglass’s book, JFK and The Unspeakable, although a worthwhile read, doesn’t really answer that question. I will list below a fewContinue reading ““A Bird’s Eye View””

U.S. CONstitution: A Fool’s Errand

Washington to the jews: “They (the jews) work more effectively against us, than the enemy’s army. They are a hundred times more dangerous to our liberties, and the great cause we are engaged in…” Yes, general. You identified the genesis of the problem. Mr. President where was your chaplain for this natural fight? Your militaryContinue reading “U.S. CONstitution: A Fool’s Errand”

Coney Island View: “From the Mundane to the Metaphysical: Observations and Reflections On Life.”

Styled after Marcus Aurelius; U.S. Marine, Iraq War veteran, and anti-war activist Angelo John Gage’s first book is an initial step for those seeking to break the matrix. “Another problem with religion in general, is with every claim of a supernatural experience from one religion, you will find plenty of claims from others writes Gage.Continue reading “Coney Island View: “From the Mundane to the Metaphysical: Observations and Reflections On Life.””

“Italy’s Venetian Neglect”

After his conversation with Theodore Herzyl Pope Pius X said: “La Terra di Gerusalemme se non pra sempre e’ santificata per la vita Gesu (pronounced in his Venetian dialect “Yesu”). The implications of this on a young Musolinni would’ve been recognized immediately. Religious identity, national tounge, and preservation of the state were all in one.Continue reading ““Italy’s Venetian Neglect””

“Empire State of Decay”

In “A History of Central Banking and the Enslavement of Mankind,” Steven Mitford Goodson writes: “As this section will show, all previous encounters which the United States has experienced with central banking has been very negative.” Basing this quote on the writings of Thomas Jefferson he highlights early American deists aversion to Khazarian Jewish banking.Continue reading ““Empire State of Decay””