Even Vatican Radio Sees the Resemblance between an apparent psychological fixation of Pope Francis and Martin Luther, and that is saying something. Both clergymen appear obsessed with, to not put too fine a point on it, … shit.
The sacred season of Advent, of the Christ’s birth is once more upon us. What better time for a perpetually prattling Pope to disgust the whole Catholic world with his puerile ‘all so clever’ analogy, between irresponsible journalism and ‘coprophilia’, the perverse erotic attraction to human feces, and ‘coprophagia’, the perverse desire to eat feces. Seriously? Some kind soul should point out to Bergoglio that he holds position of Pope, not some gutter mouth from the barrios of Argentina. Francis seems obsessed with such ‘potty chat’ and apparently has been since 2013 (when he was still Cardinal Bergoglio). Francis seems fixated with this apparent scatological attraction, this time in meandering remarks to an obscure Belgian magazine published on the Vatican website and reported through the increasingly ‘dodgy’ Vatican Radio.
Donald Trump winning the presidency based on his promise to torpedo globalism came exactly 27 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, and represents the second leg down for “World Socialism.”
Although U.S. history books declare capitalist United States the victor in World War II, it was World Socialism <https://www.wsws.org/> that ended up dominating most of the globe. Soviet Union and China carved out massive communist states, India adopted extreme socialism, and communist insurgencies were ascendant in Southeast Asia, Africa and South America.
Socialist governments controlled Western Europe and the idea that the state should play some kind of role in economic life was not seen as strange or unusual. Socialists differed on just how extensive the role of the state should be, but all agreed that “natural monopolies” like the railroad, phone service, health and electricity should be nationalised.
Growing terrorist attacks, accelerating nuclear-weapon/ballistic-missile threats, and atrophying U.S. military capabilities – President-elect Donald Trump faces a dangerous, complex world.
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To get a sense of just how dangerous that world is, consider this: Rogue states and even terrorists have or could soon have the ability to knock out the American electric grid, using a nuclear weapon detonated high above the United States.
According to 2008 testimony by members of the congressionally appointed EMP Commission, many months of outage caused by such an electromagnetic-pulse (EMP) attack would return life in our just-in-time economy to 18th-century conditions, without the benefits of the then-existing agrarian society – leading to the death of most Americans from starvation, disease, and societal collapse.
If you are reading this, it is despite the best efforts of the late Fidel Castro, one of the few men on earth actively to have promoted nuclear war, with the ambition of annihilating capitalism. That is not a reference to the 1962 Cuban missile crisis, but to Castro’s initiative 20 years later when he tried to persuade the Soviet Union to launch a pre-emptive nuclear strike against the United States.
Our knowledge of this derives from the revelations of General Andrian Danilevich, a Soviet general staff officer, contained in Pentagon documents held in the National Security Archive at George Washington University. Even the hawkish Soviet generals were appalled by Castro’s scientific illiteracy and, in the words of Danilevich, “had to actively disabuse him of this view by spelling out the ecological consequences for Cuba of a Soviet strike against the U.S.”.
So, it seems one component of the useful-idiot confederacy of leftist dunces that is disqualified from mourning Fidel Castro is the Green tabernacle. That is a thought to entertain when one next sees a useless idiot in the shape of a media studies undergraduate sporting a Che Guevara tee-shirt on a march to save the planet.
Brussels, November 23, Interfax – The European Parliament passed on Wednesday a resolution to combat propaganda hostile to the European Union, which, Brussels thinks, is in particular coming from Russia.
As many as 691 MEPs took part in the voting on this advisory resolution. It was passed by 304 votes to 179, with 208 abstentions.
The document holds that such propaganda forms part of a ‘hybrid war’ and seeks “to distort the truth, provoke doubt, divide the EU and its North American partners, paralyze the decision-making process, discredit EU institutions and incite fear and uncertainty among EU citizens.