Daily Archives: October 30, 2016
For one who has insulted Trump in extremely varied ways, this man has understood an awful lot of Trump. And for one who profess to hate him so much, the man is barely able to contain his enthusiasm. By the bye, the man has already predicted Trump’s victory months ago , and behind all that horrible liberal rubbish you can see sound reasoning emerging.
In his coarse, vulgar language (Libtards are only outraged when the vulgarity comes from the other side) the man shows that he “gets” Trump, and that (far more importantly) an awful lot of people around him do. Actually, when even a rabid Libtard starts to notice the number of cultural Democrats who say to him they will vote Trump I truly wonder where all this support for Hillary is going to come from. She is neither black, nor “hope and change”, nor liked, nor trusted, nor healthy, nor normal. She is the witch the Democratic party machine (abundantly oiled, one supposes, by Clinton Foundation money) has literally imposed on her own electorate.
This Moore audio is, I think, a week or so old. What has changed in the meantime? Oh wait, she is very officially the object of an FBI investigation… again.
It is very funny to read, these days, the MSM still speaking of the latest revelation giving Trump a “much needed” boost; as if he were way behind, and struggling, and hoping in some half-miracle to pull this through. Keep dreaming.
Michael Moore is coarse and vulgar. He is, most of the times, irredeemably libtard.
But if even he, and those around him, say what is happening and talk about it will ill-conceived enthusiasm, well, something big is going on here.
These two pictures of Norcia’s main square are, not only for Italians, a true pain to behold. Beside the loss of human life that such an earthquake very probably caused, the loss of beauty, and particularly the grave damage to monuments to the Christian faith, is particularly sad.
At this point, the senseless Atheist cries (feeling, no doubt, very smug) “if there is a God, why this suffering?” You might meet one of those when the talk is about earthquakes, and the like.
You may want to answer that the earthquake, and the famine, and the tsunami, and the rest, are our fault.
Yes, our fault.
Our rebellion causes nature to rebel to us. In the Garden of Eden there were no earthquakes, not even tiny ones. The harmony of everything was the logical consequence of the harmonious obedience of man to God.
The Fall puts an end to this. The Fall is a fundamental subversion of the established order not only concerning the relationship between man and God, but between man and nature.
The Fall made of the Garden of Eden a Vale of Tears. As man will not be obedient to God, nature will not be subservient to man. Disease, earthquake, famine, death are the consequence of this fundamental breaking of the divine order.
The monks in Norcia understand this. As we pray for them, I am sure that they not only help the local population, but pray for us. They are under no illusion as to the nature of the world we now (after the Fall) have to live in.
Unfortunately, the message that every earthquake, every tsunami, every tragedy also carries – and which is understood by the smart and the humble – will not be grasped by those whose little, limited intellect is the only measure of right and wrong, and who do not recognise anything above them.
Still, like every other tragedy, this one will wake up some. in our little sphere of influence, we should try to make others profit from even such disgraces.
Particularly when we are challenged by the “if there is a God…”-crowd.