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Offline Brunitix

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A very very small taste of the 6th Age of the Church
« on: March 01, 2019, 03:55:42 PM »
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  • In this deep crisis in the modern world under control of Satan I want to show a very small insight of the coming age of the church by giving you the example of António de Oliveira Salazar, Portuguese Statesman.

    Background

    Salazar was born in a small village in Northern Portugal to a family very modest in income, his father was a peasant and landowner. His parents managed to send him to school and he quickly showed very good academic grades and promissing success, he won a free place to study in a seminary and he considered becoming a priest, but like many who entered the seminary very young, he decided not to proceed to the priesthood after receiving holy orders. He decided to study Economics in University which he graduated in 1914, with 19 points out of 20 a rare achievement which earned him instant fame. Seeing the disorder and chaos of Portugal at the time of the First Republic, described as one of "continual anarchy, government corruption, rioting and pillage, assassinations, arbitrary imprisonment and religious persecution". It witnessed the inauguration of eight presidents, 44 cabinet re-organisations and 21 revolutions all this in 16 years, Salazar always felt ashamed and struck by the lack of order of  the republic and his involvement in politics stemmed from his Catholic views, which were aroused by the new anti-clerical stance of the First Republic. He became a member of the non-politically affiliated Catholic movement Centro Académico de Democracia Cristã (Academic Centre for Christian Democracy). In 1921, Salazar was persuaded to stand as a candidate for election to parliament, though he did so reluctantly. He appeared once in the chamber and never returned, struck by the disorder he witnessed and a feeling of futility. Salazar was convinced that liberal individualism had led to fragmentation of society and a perversion of the democratic process. After the coup d'état of 28 May 1926, Salazar briefly joined the government but the conditions he proposed to control spending were refused, he quickly resigned, and in two hours he was on a train back to Coimbra University, explaining that because of the frequent disputes and general disorder in the government, he could not do his work properly. Salazar finally agreed to become Finance Minister in 1928 and in one year Salazar balanced the budget and stabilised Portugal's currency, restoring order to the national accounts, Salazar produced the first of many budgetary surpluses, an unparalleled novelty in Portugal. Finally, in 1932 Salazar was appointed prime minister of Portugal. This is the story of the rising to power of the greatest statesman Portugal always had and the greatest Catholic Rennaisance in Portugal.

    But what made it possible for this honest poor man to become prime minister and completely change the degradation and chaos of Portugal?

    On May 13, 1931, in the presence of the 300,000 faithful who had come to Fatima for the event, the bishops of Portugal solemnly consecrated their nation to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. These good bishops placed Portugal under the protection of Our Lady to preserve that nation from the Communist contagion that was sweeping through Europe, and especially Spain. While the Popes remained deaf to the demands of Our Lady, the fervour and docility of the Portuguese bore extraordinary fruits, provoking a marvellous Catholic renaissance together with a vigorous political restoration. Thus the Immaculate had triumphed over Satan in the Land of Holy Mary.


    We can assume that the next age will be 100x bigger than this small event and truly the greatest Catholic period.




    Sources and for more information about Salazar and his government:

    http://romancatholicheroes.blogspot.com/2009/08/antonio-salazar.html

    http://archive.fatima.org/essentials/facts/consecraport.asp

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ant%C3%B3nio_de_Oliveira_Salazar

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    Re: A very very small taste of the 6th Age of the Church
    « Reply #1 on: March 01, 2019, 04:19:44 PM »
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  • A great man!

    :applause:


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    Re: A very very small taste of the 6th Age of the Church
    « Reply #2 on: March 04, 2019, 03:21:10 PM »
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  • It is very sad that this "evil dictators" are completely lied in history at schools the only thing left is to hear from old people the truth. I had to hear from my grandmother in secret on how this man was a hero who sacrified himself and everything for the nation, died in poverty, never had a wife and children and never took a dime from the state banks unlike modern politicians all this because if you mention this is public you are in trouble. I guess the same applies with Franco Hitler and Mussolini. People no longer want the Truth they prefer living in the lies 

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    Re: A very very small taste of the 6th Age of the Church
    « Reply #3 on: March 05, 2019, 02:11:20 PM »
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  • Salazar - yes

    Hitler? You have got to be kidding. I know a Catholic woman who was born in Germany and she told me that she had several relatives who were killed by the Gestapo when the Nazis wiped out the Catholic German Centre Party.

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    In the 1920s and 1930s, Catholic leaders made a number of forthright attacks on Nazi ideology, and the main Christian opposition to Nazism in Germany arose from the Catholic Church.[25] Prior to Hitler's rise, German bishops warned Catholics against Nazi racism. Some dioceses banned membership in the Nazi Party.[31] and Catholic press condemned Nazism.[31] John Cornwell wrote of the early Nazi period that:


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    Into the early 1930s the German Centre Party, the German Catholic bishops, and the Catholic media had been mainly solid in their rejection of National Socialism. They denied Nazis the sacraments and church burials, and Catholic journalists excoriated National Socialism daily in Germany's 400 Catholic newspapers. The hierarchy instructed priests to combat National Socialism at a local level whenever it attacked Christianity.

    Cardinal Michael von Faulhaber was appalled by the totalitarianism, neopaganism, and racism of the Nazi movement and, as Archbishop of Munich and Freising, contributed to the failure of the Nazi Munich Putsch of 1923. In early 1931, the Cologne Bishops Conference condemned National Socialism, followed by the bishops of Paderborn and Freiburg. With ongoing hostility toward the Nazis by Catholic press and Centre Party, few Catholics voted Nazi in elections preceding the Nazi takeover in 1933. As in other German churches, there were some clergy and lay people who openly supported the Nazi administration.

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    In Hitler's eyes, Christianity was a religion fit only for slaves; he detested its ethics in particular. Its teaching, he declared, was a rebellion against the natural law of selection by struggle and the survival of the fittest.
    — Extract from   Hitler: a Study in Tyranny, by Alan Bullock


    What is it with Hitler that even Catholics are attracted to that mass murdering bastard?

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    Re: A very very small taste of the 6th Age of the Church
    « Reply #4 on: March 05, 2019, 02:26:30 PM »
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    We live in an era of the ultimate conflict with Christianity. It is part of the mission of the SS to give the German people in the next half century the non-Christian ideological foundations on which to lead and shape their lives. This task does not consist solely in overcoming an ideological opponent but must be accompanied at every step by a positive impetus: in this case that means the reconstruction of the German heritage in the widest and most comprehensive sense.
    — Heinrich Himmler, 1937

    Himmler saw the main task of his Schutzstaffel (SS) organisation to be that of "acting as the vanguard in overcoming Christianity and restoring a 'Germanic' way of living" in order to prepare for the coming conflict between "humans and subhumans": Longerich wrote that, while the Nazi movement as a whole launched itself against Jews and Communists, "by linking de-Christianisation with re-Germanization, Himmler had provided the SS with a goal and purpose all of its own." He set about making his SS the focus of a "cult of the Teutons".


     

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