Monday, March 9, 2020

Coronavirus: A Globalist Scare Crusade


By David Martin

It appears that what we are seeing with the Coronavirus pandemic is a globalist plot to destabilize and spread fear. The increasing reports of bishops and priests imposing Communion in the hand on account of Coronavirus speaks of conspiracy.

45,000 people die from the flu each year in America, this having been the case for the past several years, yet there was no pandemic crisis, and now less than 20 deaths of the elderly from Coronavirus in our country suddenly transforms the praxis of Catholics rooted in 2000 years of tradition!

We know that Coronavirus was deliberately cultured by globalists, courtesy of billionaire donors like Bill Gates and George Soros, but what we're really looking at is not so much a created pandemic as a created fear crusade. Their plan is to create a state of emergency to strengthen internationalist control of the masses, e.g. to impose infected vaccines, to halt necessary imports, to rock the market, and also to control the Church. This is why we’ve been seeing U.N. globalists like Jeffrey Sachs in and out of the Vatican for the past couple years. They aim to put the Church out of commission by subjugating it to globalism.

Already we’re seeing the fruits this globalist infestation. Just this past Sunday, it was announced that all Masses in Rome have been cancelled until April 3 because of the Coronavirus epidemic. The Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes is now closed, many churches no longer allow holy water in the fonts and Communion on the tongue is now banned in several areas, including the Archdiocese of Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Why weren’t these precautions taken before when just as many people were dying each year from the flu? Why the sudden panic? The whole thing reeks of conspiracy.
 
To ensure that the public remains on edge about Coronavirus, there is every chance that globalists may soon increase the spread of this controlled virus and thus usher in part-II of this episode—a population control program wherein we might witness millions of deaths—but right now it's basically all bluff and scare, with a few deaths.

And what do the bishops do but roll along with this scare crusade like ducks on water! Prophecy has it that the day will come when the doors of the Church will close, so we may be seeing the first stages of this now.

This is all the more reason to exhort fellow Catholics to remain in their Catholic parishes since the need for true Catholic militancy assumes more importance now than ever before. The fact that churches are using Coronavirus as an excuse to impose Communion in the hand signals a real crisis, which certainly will not be solved if the good Catholics run away.

Catholics should confront their priests about their God-given right to receive Communion on the tongue and how ridiculous it is for priests to allow secular politics to run their Church. If they want to be bullies, they can bully the globalists, but their duty as shepherds is to guard the flock from these deceitful wolves. Priests should be reminded, too, that receiving Communion in the hand is far less sanitary and far more apt to spread virus than Communion in the mouth could ever be.

How is it that this political bullying from the secular powers-that-be has caused them to lose sight of simple common sense?




25 comments:

JBQ said...

Very interesting and well written article.

PW said...

Martin of the 'Immaculate Contraception' demonstrates once more in emphatic style just how unhinged he really is. Certifiable!
Get help.

David Martin said...

Re: PW - Think of what you're saying. I'm saying it's essentially a scare tactic that we needn't worry about, and I'm unhinged, but you capitulate to the scare and that makes you sound, right? The only sound thing to do is to acknowledge the truth.

Amy Kiesling said...

Agree David. Great article and thanks for sharing!

PW said...

Conspiracy theories are the swill trough of the AltRight. You can't help yourselves.

David Martin said...

Not a theory, but fact. The global elite control our world and media. The people who cry "conspiracy theory" are the people who run from the truth because they're too caught up in "the operation of error to believe lying." (2 Thess. 2:10)

PW said...

Test the levels of your own rationalization and hubris by reading the Social Encyclicals of all the Popes beginning with Leo XIII. I wager you and your pals would have them hounded as Commies.

David Martin said...

The popes since Leo XIII warned of this very Masonic deception, and emphatically so, which means there is no excuse for calling it conspiracy theory. Pius X and Leo XIII warned of the coming conspiracies to deceive the faithful and destroy the Faith. I advise YOU to read their encyclicals. They were saints who warned of the Commies.

Peter Watson said...

The quickest way to get you and your pals to empty a Church would be for the priest to preach the social teaching of the Catholic Church. The American Catholic hierarchy are de facto in schism from the rest of the Church in this regard.
BTW, the first Christians in Jerusalem and other places were essentially theistic distributist Communists. Read the Acts of the Apostles.

Unknown said...

This article makes a very good point, it's very scary that all Masses in Rome are cancelled until April 3. St. Padre Pio stated that "It is easier for the earth to exist without the sun than without tohe holy Sacrifice of the Mass." Only the devil would want to cancel the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and promote Communion in the hand!

JBQ said...

@PW: Bernie is that you?

PW said...

Padre Pio was a holy man but he would know that he never had to make prudential decisions about how to deal with highly infectious diseases threatening entire populations.

Besides, the Faithful can survive for an extraordinary amount of time without Mass but they cannot do so without good animating preaching.

'Only the devil would want to cancel the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and promote Communion in the hand!' Thank you for this piece of personal exotica.

Unknown said...

St. Padre Pio always gives good counsel.
St. Padre Pio pray for us!

susan said...

"...but they cannot do so without good animating preaching."

Yeah, boy...that "animating" preaching is SO much more important than that moldy old bread and cheap wine.
...you're showing your protestant panties again feybriel.

PW said...

For most of the seventh to the ten centuries AD, the Christian community in Arak, present day Jordan, were priestless because of the intolerance of the local Muslim warlords. But the faith remained strong with good preaching and catechesis by lay people. Baptisms and marriages were celebrated and Mass whenever a priest slipped through the net.

During the forty-fifty years after the Christian faith was introduced to Korea by lay converts of the Jesuits in China, the community was priestless. Despite that, the faith flourished under lay preaching teaching. There was no Mass during those decades.

People can survive a very long time without the Eucharist, but not without good preaching and teaching.

David Martin said...

Re: Susan - Good preaching, i.e. authentic Catholic preaching, can lead to eternal life but cannot give life; it's a means to an end, not the end. Only God Himself [Christ] can give life, which is what Jesus meant when He said He is "the living Bread which comes down from Heaven and gives life to the world." (John 6:33)

He went on to say, "And the Bread that I will give, is My flesh, for the life of the world." He refers here to the Holy Eucharist, the very substance of Christ Himself - His Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity - which you refer to as "moldy old bread." Had you not considered Christ's admonition from Matthew 12:36: "I say unto you, that every idle word that men shall speak, that they shall render an account for it in the day of judgment."

Anyone in their right mind knows it is the work of the devil "to cancel the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and promote Communion in the hand." We can live without preaching (especially Protestant preaching), but we cannot live spiritually with the Mass and Eucharist. Reading and learning everything in itself will not save your soul, but receiving Communion worthily will!

Unknown said...

I agree with St. Padre Pio we cannot exist without the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, Rome is asking for dire consequences by cancelling the Masses, even for a short period of time.

susan said...

David, seriously...how on earth could you have taken the sarcastic mockery of a perfideous blog-troll literally. For a decent writer, you appear to have a hard time with context and meaning.

I was mocking him for placing the True Presence of Christ in the Holy Eucharist (which I'd wager he doesn't believe in) way below the efficacy of a rip- roaring preacher. It's a protestant sensibility that he pushes with an infernal perseverance here. My words were a retorical extrapolation of what he said, meant to shed light on its shocking irreverence.

Before you admonish someone for something that is 180 degrees out from their OBVIOUS point, perhaps it would be a good idea to read it again, in the context of that to which it was a response. Jeeeeeze.

Anonymous said...

Excellent summary of what is going on.

Amateur Brain Surgeon said...

Conspiracy theories are the swill trough of the AltRight.

There was not a conspiracy that resulted in he French Revolution or The Russian Revolution?

You are a sad victim of the conspiracy to control the minds of others by the very conspirators who control public discourse. Please know you can evict them from your mind if you desire intellectual liberty

Anonymous said...

They cancelled the Holy Sacrifice in 1967 with the all vernacular Canon.
-Andrew

PW said...

The Holy Sacrifice has been offered throughout Syria/Iraq in the vernacular since the first century. That's a real bugger, isn't it, Andrew?

JBQ said...

@PW: "bugger"?

Anonymous said...

Exactly!
-Andrew

Anonymous said...

See Quo Primum
Session 7
Canon 13

-Andrew

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