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I watched Bp. Williamson's interview this morning with Mike, of Restoring the Faith.   :cheeseheadbeer:
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General News and Discussion / Re: Trump's Home Raided by FBI Stasi
« Last post by james03 on Today at 01:08:14 PM »
Apart from me, Donald Trump and James O'Keefe who else on this forum has been raided by armed FBI agents?

Don't throw a bone and not let us bite on it.

Why were you raided by the FBI?  OKC?
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Coffee and Donuts / Re: Hello again
« Last post by Greg on Today at 01:01:06 PM »
Paul Ormerod’s final dictum: “We may intend to achieve a particular outcome, but the complexity of the world, even in apparently simple situations, appears to be so great that it is not within our power to ordain the future.”

The NWO plan would be nearly impossible IF they were competent and had backbone.

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General News and Discussion / Re: Trump's Home Raided by FBI Stasi
« Last post by Maximilian on Today at 12:49:01 PM »
Randy Engel wrote a piece recently showing how prominent bishops betrayed the pro-life movement from the outset.
https://www.renewamerica.com/columns/engel/220807

Thanks for posting this link. Excellent, well-researched article, worth reading.
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General News and Discussion / Re: Russia Invades Ukraine
« Last post by james03 on Today at 12:27:35 PM »
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a long, long way away from their three-day so-called special operation.

Three days are now over 150 days and nearly six months in, with huge significant losses of both equipment and indeed Russian personnel.

Projection is really incredible.  The only mention of "3 days" was with regards to Russia running out of cruise missiles.  Months ago Russia said it does not have a time table.  And they never said that the SMO will only last 3 days.

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with huge significant losses of both equipment and indeed Russian personnel.

Anyone talking about "Russian" losses, and does not distinguish between Russia, LPR, and DPR is a fraud.  The LPR and DPR don't care.  They just want to kill Ruthenians after all the terror shelling.

The article makes no mention of the complete liberation of Lugansk Oblast.
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The Coffee Pot / Re: Catholic Memes
« Last post by maryslittlegarden on Today at 12:05:16 PM »
After rummaging through Melania's wardrobe during the Mar-A-Lago attack, it is now easier to spot Fed plants:



Otherwise captioned as "Who wore it better?"
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Coffee and Donuts / Re: Our Lady of Fatima, Pray For Us
« Last post by Miriam_M on Today at 11:58:25 AM »
"It begins in Kiev".

Case closed.

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General News and Discussion / Re: Russia Invades Ukraine
« Last post by Xavier on Today at 11:56:01 AM »
From the same link above:

"Russia's invasion of Ukraine 'starting to fail', says UK defence secretary

The British defence secretary has said Vladimir Putin is now unlikely to succeed in occupying Ukraine.

Ben Wallace said that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine had “faltered” and was “starting to fail”, as he pledged more financial and military support to the eastern European nation’s defence.

Denmark joined the UK in offering more aid to Ukraine at a conference in Copenhagen on Thursday, co-hosted by Wallace. The defence secretary said it was important to understand that fighting and loss of life was still taking place, but added Russia was “starting to fail in many areas”.

He said:

They have failed so far and are unlikely to ever succeed in occupying Ukraine.

Their invasion has faltered and constantly been re-modified to the extent they are really only focusing in parts of the south and in the east, a long, long way away from their three-day so-called special operation.

Three days are now over 150 days and nearly six months in, with huge significant losses of both equipment and indeed Russian personnel.



British Defence Secretary Ben Wallace speaks during a news conference after hosting a donor conference, together with Ukrainian and Danish defence ministers. Photograph: Ritzau Scanpix/Reuters

He added:

President Putin will have gambled that come August, come a few months in, we will have all got bored of the conflict and the international community would have gone off in different directions. Well, today is proof of the opposite.

We have come out of this meeting with more pledges of finance, more pledges of training and more pledges of military aid, all designed to help Ukraine win, to help Ukraine stand up for its sovereignty and indeed to ensure that president Putin’s ambitions fail in Ukraine as they rightly should."
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General News and Discussion / Re: Russia Invades Ukraine
« Last post by Xavier on Today at 11:54:11 AM »
Great to see Great Britain and Denmark step up and contribute more to the collective defense and security of Europe. At this rate, the War could end by Christ-Mas, with a Peaceful Russian Withdrawal. Peace through Strength always works. Appeasement, hardly. The signs are clearer than ever that God is giving Europe more time to do Penance, return to Christ, and rebuild Christendom.

The Russians will also surely play a part in the coming re-evangelization of the West. However, it will be Missionaries and Priests who do that, with the Gospel and the Sacraments, not airplanes with bombs and rockets disturbing peaceful countries.

From: https://www.theguardian.com/world/live/2022/aug/11/russia-ukraine-war-first-wheat-shipments-to-leave-next-week-un-to-discuss-zaporizhzhia-nuclear-plant-crisis-live

"UK and Denmark set out further support for Ukraine

Britain and Denmark will provide more financial and military aid to Ukraine, they said on Thursday as European defence ministers met in Copenhagen to discuss long-term support for the country’s defence against Russia’s invasion.

Britain, which has already donated advanced weapons systems to Ukraine and given thousands of its troops military training, said it would send more multiple-launch rocket systems, Reuters reported.

It would also donate a “significant number” of precision-guided M31A1 missiles that can strike targets up to 80km (50 miles) away.

“This latest tranche of military support will enable the armed forces of Ukraine to continue to defend against Russian aggression and the indiscriminate use of long-range artillery,” the UK defence secretary, Ben Wallace, said in a statement.

“Our continued support sends a very clear message: Britain and the international community remain opposed to this illegal war and will stand shoulder-to-shoulder, providing defensive military aid to Ukraine to help them defend against Putin’s invasion.”

Denmark will increase its financial aid to Ukraine by 110m euros, said the Danish prime minister, Mette Frederiksen, at a conference in Copenhagen hosted by Ukraine, Denmark and Britain.

She added: “This is a war on the values that Europe and the free world are built upon ... Today we reaffirm our commitment to support of Ukraine.”
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Traditional Catholic Discussion / Re: NYT notes rise of Trads
« Last post by james03 on Today at 11:50:48 AM »
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I think they're just in it for the shock value.

That just proves my point.  Breitbart said: Politics is downstream of culture.

Whether such and such is legit, or whatever, I don't care.  What I care is that there is now a "main stream" cultural impact caused by Traditional Catholicism in a noticeable sub segment of young adults.

Some people complained because the March for Life had a party element to it.  I said, "Great!".  Let young people look at pink haired freaks and shrieking snowflakes calling for government persecutions against people who were mean on one hand, and on the other hand view young adult Trads smiling and having fun.  I'll take that any day, because We Are In A Culture War.

By the way, since Trads are now the cool crowd, and I know you are a slave to fashion and social trends, it's about time to be washed by Baptismal Waters and confess Christ.
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