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« Reply #45 on: April 29, 2016, 11:08:58 AM »
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    Franciscan, we can not raise soldiers from a culture which has lost the spirit of militancy for God.

    Saint Marco D'Aviano pray for us



    Only the Muslims do that these days. Religion for Westerners is only an adjunct to their personal lives, if that, which is more disposed to elevating celebrities, sportsmen, and those that promise to maintain their incomes and asset values. Do their comfort zones need religion, let alone a militancy that attacks the status quo? Come a hundred years, residual religion may well disappear apart from it appearing somewhere in psychological books and included in themes holiday breaks.

    We can of course rely heavily (and exclusively) on prophesies but that is passive religion. The return of militancy can only occur on the backs of a broad insurrection or crisis which would so disrupt society, causing minds to revisit traditional values for solutions.  

    “And Jesus said to them: Why are you fearful, O ye of little faith? Then rising up he commanded the winds, and the sea, and there was a great calm.”   (Matthew 8:26)

    It is very good that there is so much faith among us at CathInfo.  The defence of “smells and bells” is utterly legitimate and the aesthetic love of our holy religion is entirely laudable.  Still, even more and greater faith can be hoped for, at least from the men.

    Why this somewhat timid view of our own people and history among Catholic men?  What do we imagine we have to lose and why the blindness to what we have to gain from a more ambitious eagerness to increase Our Lord’s external glory here on earth?    

    There is no generic egailtarian one-size-fits-all “Westerner”  who somehow bridges the gap between Catholic and Marxist.  Either we’re Catholics or we’re Reds and never the twain shall meet.  Nowadays most Western men are Reds and in consequence they are rapidly dying out as one would expect.  Such are the wagtes of their Great Apostasy.  But this has little to do with the Roman Catholics.  We are on the other side of the Great Divide in comtemporary Western society.  And more specifically on the winning side!

    Actually the Musliim terrorists are pretty pathetic mercenaries organized and paid by N.A.T.O. through Saudi Arabia and the Arab Gulf states with Israel playing the role of Puppet Master behind stage.  They simply embody the Great Apostasy among the Muslims and are no more loyal to Islam than the N.A.T.O. military forces are to Christianity.  Neo-Liberal Reds and apostates all.

    Resurrection comes from above, not from below.  It is noble and aristocratic, not plebian or democratic.  Death is democratic, but resurrection is kingly and monarchic through and through and although the Kingship of Christ can be expressed through an aristocratic republic or Catholic dictatorship, the normative form of our Western civilisation is and always must be hereditary Roman Catholic monarchy.  Of course!

    The crisis is already here.  We needn’t wait for it to arrive in future.  It will continue to intensify, but the crisis is in full swing already.  Even the coalescing of what is often referred to as a “revolutionary situation” is being generally recognised at present by those capable of seeing such an historical opportunity.  In 2017 it will be Catholics who will be somewhat imitaing the Vladimir Lenin of a century ago and, so to speak, arriving in Petersburg at the Finland Station.  

    Therefore it behooves us to be preparing some speeches and readying ourselves to address the mobs and overthorw various regimes as Revolution (or Counter-Revolution) unfolds.  As it undoubtedly will directly in the immediately proximate years.  Very many Western minds are revisiting the Traditional values as we type and perhaps too much patience is not always the most timely virtue.  Perhaps at present decisiveness is the more appropriate attitude, with some healthy aristocratic fury mixed in as well.

    All in all, a time for Roman Catholic wrath, not Roman Catholic pusillanimity.  


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    « Reply #46 on: April 29, 2016, 11:31:01 AM »
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  • Franciscan Solitary,

    First of all, I want to point out that you STILL haven't clearly denied that you're calling for suicide vests, snipers, and IEDs emblazoned with Catholic logos instead of Muslim ones. In other words, you haven't denied that you are advocating terrorism and armed revolt against the government.

    Until you do so, you're going to be suspect of being an agent provocateur on this forum.

    Quotes like "with some healthy aristocratic fury mixed in as well." and "All in all, a time for Roman Catholic wrath, not Roman Catholic pusillanimity." isn't helping your case any.


    You're way off base calling for mandatory military service for all men. Some men just aren't called to be soldiers. That doesn't make them worthless, lesser, or somehow "non-men".

    I seriously doubt that you are a soldier yourself. I would go further and say I doubt you have what it takes to be a soldier, even if you WEREN'T clinging to "I'm a pray-er. I'm exempt."

    The "male laity" is not synonymous with "fighters". There are male roles in civilized society other than soldier.

    Did Thomas A. Nelson waste his life because he became neither a soldier or a priest? He was stout hearted enough, he opposed the bad guys and built up a huge Catholic publishing enterprise, providing millions of good traditional Catholic books to laity and clergy alike. And he took on the challenge of doing all that while burdened with Catholic morality (taking care of his employees, paying a living wage, not laying people off when times got tough, giving Holy Days off work, etc.)

    Does his vocation meet with your approval, your highness?

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    « Reply #47 on: April 29, 2016, 11:41:43 AM »
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  • I believe, rather, that if it takes recruiting every violin player, storekeeper, engineer, etc. to be soldiers, then I guess it's going to take God's active help to end this Crisis.

    Some men are just not called to be soldiers.

    And here is the real problem: we don't have a king or legitimate army that we can be drafted into. So even if we were all convinced by your speech, Franciscan Solitary, and we all decided "Heck yeah, let's fight!" and went for our pitchforks and guns, then what?

    Are we going to volunteer for the US Military? Fat chance. Oh yeah, let's become cannon fodder for the NWO. That wouldn't get us anywhere!

    So you're talking about popular armed revolt.

    That's called an insurrection or a riot, not a war. Wars are held between 2 or more countries with legitimate leadership (kings, presidents) on each side.

    If we just start a civil insurrection/riot, then we'd get murdered by the US Military (BATF, FEMA, etc.) because they are just waiting for those riots to break out. They are completely prepared (1 billion rounds of armor-piercing ammo, etc.)

    Sorry, I don't care what it means for the world, I can't allow people to call for such armed rebellion here on CathInfo. Call me yellow, call me lily-livered, call me a sellout, call me controlled opposition, or whatever you must. But I'm not gonna go there.

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    « Reply #48 on: April 29, 2016, 11:48:13 AM »
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  • If Mr. Franciscan Solitary Confinement wants to startup a revolt, there's an opening for the GCM if he's interested! First, I'm gonna have to insist he tells us the WHOLE story.

     :popcorn:
    Fortuna finem habet.

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    « Reply #49 on: April 29, 2016, 11:49:58 AM »
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  • And for those of you comparing today to 1775, think again!

    There was MUCH more support among the colonists for a revolt against England than there are "fervent Traditional Catholics" today.

    Even if 100% of Latin Mass attendees could be united, educated, and turned into fervent, 7-day-a-week Catholics understanding the Faith and the Church's social doctrine, and could each somehow be infused with a ton of bravery...

    ...we'd still be slaughtered. Do you have any idea how outnumbered Latin Mass-attending Catholics are, compared with the rest of the population?

    Back in 1775, people still knew how to write, how to read, how to think. Today our minds are enslaved to electronics. We can't even remember things when the Internet is down, because we can't access Google! (How are we supposed to know how many ounces are in a cup or how many feet in a mile when we can't ask Google!)

    In 1800 people didn't vote for a presidential candidate because he was better looking. But that's precisely what happened in 1992 -- countless women admitted on national TV that they voted for Clinton because he was better looking than George Bush.

    The world is a different place today.

    As I've said before, when you're outnumbered 100,000 to 1 (which we are) there is no hope of a human, military victory. Even if you resorted to "asymmetrical warfare" or terrorism, I'd still bet against you winning.

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    « Reply #50 on: April 29, 2016, 11:54:03 AM »
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  • If Franciscan Solitary had been alive in 33 AD, he would have been one of those ignorant disciples waiting for Our Lord to overthrow the Roman government and restore the Kingdom of Israel politically.

    Obviously God's ways are not our ways.

    And some things never change. Throughout history, you have men whose thoughts, ideas, and goals scarcely rise above this World.
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    « Reply #51 on: April 29, 2016, 12:00:33 PM »
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  • Miracles will most certainly be required. The normal kind of credentials won't cut it. Hopefully, we'll be trained enough to be able to discern a nutty cult group from a legitimate Catholic counterstrike along the lines of the Cristeros or something. There will always be some who go for the bait though.
    Fortuna finem habet.

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    « Reply #52 on: April 29, 2016, 03:33:17 PM »
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  • Quote from: Croixalist
    Miracles will most certainly be required. The normal kind of credentials won't cut it. Hopefully, we'll be trained enough to be able to discern a nutty cult group from a legitimate Catholic counterstrike along the lines of the Cristeros or something. There will always be some who go for the bait though.


    Indeed, some go for the bait. Like the followers of these guys:

    Quote from: Acts ch. 5
    [34] But one in the council rising up, a Pharisee, named Gamaliel, a doctor of the law, respected by all the people, commanded the men to be put forth a little while. [35] And he said to them: Ye men of Israel, take heed to yourselves what you intend to do, as touching these men.

    [36] For before these days rose up Theodas, affirming himself to be somebody, to whom a number of men, about four hundred, joined themselves: who was slain; and all that believed him were scattered, and brought to nothing. [37] After this man, rose up Judas of Galilee, in the days of the enrolling, and drew away the people after him: he also perished; and all, even as many as consented to him, were dispersed.


    During the earthly life of Jesus of Nazareth, there were several men like Theodas and Judas of Galilee.

    For every Dr. Pepper, you have your cheap imitations (Mr. Pibb, Dr. B, Dr. Thunder, etc.)
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    « Reply #53 on: April 30, 2016, 01:53:19 PM »
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    Franciscan Solitary,

    First of all, I want to point out that you STILL haven't clearly denied that you're calling for suicide vests, snipers, and IEDs emblazoned with Catholic logos instead of Muslim ones.

    I understand what FS is getting at, or at least his words resonate with me even if I can't be certain that they mean for me exactly what FS intended. If you cannot understand, perhaps it is because you are putting the cart before the horse. You wish to have tactics and strategy spelled out before assenting to the goal. Is the goal of restoration worthy of great sacrifice and effort?

    Most Catholic men today would say no if they were truly being honest because deep down they see themselves, collectively, as consummate losers. That opinion is false. However, if it was true I would have to agree because no amount of effort by consummate losers could result in the victory of restoration. Another impediment is a kind of loser theology which holds that men daring to fight for restoration would be sinfully guilty of hubris. We are supposed to wait in prayer for God to deliver the victory, or whatever He intends, on a silver platter. The duties of men in this scenario are no different from those of women.

    More than the malfactions of liberals, muslims, or jews, I think the greatest reason for the defeat of the Social Kingdom of Christ has been an illogical and almost suicidal loser mentality that has gradually taken over the minds of Catholic men. It is like a tiny mind virus or parasite started in our minds maybe 500 years ago and after each generation grew larger and more voracious in consuming the energy of its host. Banish that loser mentality, and the vistas of possibility open up again.

    Let's say I have done that and have committed myself as a soldier in the fight for restoration. What then?

    o Train as a soldier within the bounds of my current state. Improve diet, lift weights a couple times per week, and go to the range several times per year.

    o Form or join an organization made exclusively of like-minded men. A man cannot serve as a soldier without fellows.

    o Develop strategy and tactics suitable to the terrain of the present battlefield. For an organization, this would certainly involve developing a network of successful corporations.

    A soldier is deadly serious about accomplishing his mission. He will not waste time on fantasy scenarios or waste his life to "go out in a blaze of glory." Finally, as a soldier he recognizes the superiority of the sword over the pen, or more specifically, of action over yakking.

    Humans are not very rational beings and so are mostly impervious to logical argument but they often at least recognize success when they see it. "Many are called but few are chosen." It is probably true that most Catholic men are unwilling or unsuitable for action. If one is suitable or wishes to become so, he should proceed without waiting for others to tag along.

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    « Reply #54 on: April 30, 2016, 02:09:14 PM »
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    Some men are just not called to be soldiers.

    I think that every Catholic is man is called to fight for the restoration as best he can. However, I recognize it is not realistic to imagine all Catholic men will see things this way.

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    And here is the real problem: we don't have a king or legitimate army that we can be drafted into.

    It would be nice if we had a king, but remember that every kingdom was born in a time of turmoil when there were no such clear lines of demarcation. We need to think outside the box.

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    « Reply #55 on: April 30, 2016, 02:18:19 PM »
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  • Too many men out there want the restoration..... handed to them...


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    « Reply #56 on: June 04, 2016, 11:14:29 AM »
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  • It's sad how many people are deluded and willfully ignore every piece of evidence.
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