The following is from Adam Piggott's blog. I have re-blogged it here since facebook will not accommodate its format.
The plan to destroy what underpins Western values, especially its historical moral system, does not involve weaponry hardware but the insidious tactic to engender self-destruction. To that end the enemy must indoctrinate the defenders to the point where it accepts counter values that will precipitate its own destruction in the longer term. And, the father of indoctrination is propaganda, and the vehicle for propaganda is the media in its many forms. My recent post addressed this and showed the principals who drive the media. See here: https://austroz.blogspot.com.knightslite.com/2021/03/how-chosen-are-destroying-christian.html .
Abortion is not only intrinsically evil per se but in practical terms it contributes to the physical decline of populations. In what follows the reader will note the ethno-religious affiliations of the protagonists of the abortion industry are the same as those of the principals in the media, which is Judaic. It will appear contradictory to argue for this case in that, while the promoters of abortion are Judaic, this group also participates in the killing of their own. [What needs to be recognised, however, is the complexity of elite ideologues and oligarchs who tend to maintain their own bloodlines while spurning the lower classes of all societies. Those who spring to mind in this category are Rothschilds, Rockefellers and Soros's who, while Jewish, are of mixed or of no religious adherence. In the non-Jewish elite category are many European leaders who actually have no progeny such as Merkel, May and Macron who promote abortion as an ideology only].
Just as complex is the answer to the question: What is the Judaic Law regarding abortion? The simple answer is that the Law condemns abortion. What complicates the issue goes to the number of factions within Judaism which is so complex in itself that all that can be done here, without writing a tome on the topic, is to present some evidence of who were and currently are the main proponents and initiators of the industry out of their own mouths.
Islam is not Judaism's major enemy; Christianity is. This is borne out in the Jewish financing of the illegal migrant invasion of the West of Muslims whom are used to decimate various countries' cultures but can be easily defeated after the job is done. To weaken those who might stand in the way, those being the conservative male population, political and social tools are employed to subdue those who might resist. Major tools used are media propaganda and entertainment. The propaganda aligns with cultural Marxism and the bread and circuses entertainment concentrate on dulling the will and the senses through the control by addictive pornography, degradation, deviancy, political correctness, feminisation and virtue signalling. According to the Jewish principle of Tikkun Olam, the world must be decimated so that it can be rebuilt in line with Judaism to herald in the coming of God. The greatest obstacle to dissembling existing structures is the Christian culture and Western democracy. [Another target for destruction is the financial system and the economy, but this is a subject for another time]. Following is evidence that the media and entertainment industries are not just over represented by Jews, but are controlled by them. This will be but an introduction to who's who in these fields. Consider this as Part One.
Br. NATHANAEL GIVES HIS TAKE ON THE BIDEN NOMINATED DEPUTY SECRETARY FOR DISTURBED MENTAL HEALTH, RACHEL LEVINE, FORMERLY KNOWN AS RICHARD, WHOM I PREFER TO CALL BIG DICK...........
The Meaning Of Rachel Levine
March 2 2021
“Free, sensual, polygamous, communist, and good: these are the common features, highly caricatured, of the inhabitants of this ‘best of all worlds.’ … Without a doubt, Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712–1778) is recognized as the one who most shared this myth by defending this idea, which runs through most of his work: ‘Nature has made man happy and good, but society makes him depraved and miserable.’”For Rousseau, civilization and private property are evil. Prof. Boulanger continues:
“In his philosophical essays, Discours sur les sciences et les arts (1750), and Discours sur l’origine et les fondements de l’inégalité parmi les hommes (1755), Rousseau claims that man’s primitive state leads him toward virtue and happiness because his very ignorance of evil prevents it from spreading. The development of his intellect and his search for luxury, property, and power, encouraged by social institutions, are what cast man out of a paradise possibly closer to Nature.”8
“The wisdom of the way of life of the original peoples” (no. 22).
Integration into urban life “disrupts the cultural transmission of a wisdom that had been passed down for centuries from generation to generation” (no. 30).
“Even now, we see in the Amazon region thousands of indigenous communities…. Each distinct group … in a vital synthesis with its surroundings, develops its own form of wisdom” (no. 32).
“For centuries, the Amazonian peoples passed down their cultural wisdom orally, with myths, legends, and tales” (no. 34).
“The wisdom of the original peoples of the Amazon region ‘inspires care and respect for creation, with a clear consciousness of its limits, and prohibits its abuse’” (no. 42).
“To protect the Amazon region, it is good to combine ancestral wisdom with contemporary technical knowledge, always working for a sustainable management of the land while also preserving the lifestyle and value systems of those who live there” (no. 51).
“For the Church to achieve a renewed inculturation of the Gospel in the Amazon region, she needs to listen to its ancestral wisdom” (no. 70).
“[W]e are called ‘to be their friends, to listen to them, to speak for them and to embrace the mysterious wisdom which God wishes to share with us through them.’  Those who live in cities need to appreciate this wisdom and to allow themselves to be ‘re-educated’” (no. 72).
For the Church to achieve a renewed inculturation of the Gospel in the Amazon region, she needs to listen to its ancestral wisdom, listen once more to the voice of its elders, recognize the values present in the way of life of the original communities, and recover the rich stories of its peoples. In the Amazon region, we have inherited great riches from the pre-Columbian cultures. These include “openness to the action of God, a sense of gratitude for the fruits of the earth, the sacred character of human life and esteem for the family, a sense of solidarity and shared responsibility in common work, the importance of worship, belief in a life beyond this earth, and many other values (no. 70).14cannibalism and polygamy.15 Thirteen ethnic groups in the Amazon region still practice infanticide, with some support from Brazil’s Indigenous Missionary Council.16 It is impossible to reconcile these practices with the Gospel of Our Lord Jesus Christ.
Certainly, we should esteem the indigenous mysticism that sees the interconnection and interdependence of the whole of creation, the mysticism of gratuitousness that loves life as a gift, the mysticism of a sacred wonder before nature, and all its forms of life.Querida Amazonia continues, citing Pope Francis’s Teilhardian encyclical Laudato Si’, “Similarly, a relationship with Jesus Christ, true God and true man, liberator and redeemer, is not inimical to the markedly cosmic worldview that characterizes the indigenous peoples, since he is also the Risen Lord who permeates all things. …[T]he Son of God has incorporated in his person part of the material world, planting in it a seed of definitive transformation” (no. 74).
At the same time, though, we are called to turn this relationship with God present in the cosmos into an increasingly personal relationship with a “Thou” who sustains our lives and wants to give them a meaning, a “Thou” who knows us and loves us (no. 73).
The inculturation of Christian spirituality in the cultures of the original peoples can benefit in a particular way from the sacraments since they unite the divine and the cosmic, grace, and creation. In the Amazon region, the sacraments should not be viewed in discontinuity with creation. They “are a privileged way in which nature is taken up by God to become a means of mediating supernatural life.” They are the fulfillment of creation, in which nature is elevated to become a locus and instrument of grace, enabling us “to embrace the world on a different plane (no. 81).Still citing Laudato Si’, the document suggests that matter is divinized and presents the Eucharist as a “fragment of matter”: “In the Eucharist, God, ‘in the culmination of the mystery of the Incarnation, chose to reach our intimate depths through a fragment of matter.’ The Eucharist ‘joins heaven and earth; it embraces and penetrates all creation’” (no. 82).
“In any case, the ecclesial dream expressed by Francis gives new impetus to the renewal of the Church. His appeal to create a ‘distinctively lay’ Amazonian Church (no. 94) is particularly strong. That is why Francis demands that the laity be ‘endowed with authority’ (no. 94). This entails reviewing a way of understanding the priesthood that relates too much to its power in the community. Francis explicitly talks about it in points 87 and 88. Francis specifies that, when it is said that the priest is a sign of Christ the Head, it must be understood as the source of grace, especially in the Eucharist, and not as a source of power. Therefore, the leadership of communities can be entrusted to lay leaders endowed with authority who can create a more participatory Church.”Along the lines of a “distinctively lay” Amazonian Church, one of the reasons Pope Francis presented for not ordaining women as deaconesses is that to do so would be “clericalism”: “It would lead us to clericalize women, diminish the great value of what they have already accomplished, and subtly make their indispensable contribution less effective” (no. 100).
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