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Vic Biorseth, Easter Sunday, April 09, 2023
This Remnant TV video is "an oldie but a goodie" because it may be even more relevant today than it was when it was made. Donald J. Trump was the first and only U.S. President and first-time politician who turned the whole evil New World Order, seated as it was in the criminally corrupted Vatican, Davos, the U.N., Harvard, Yale, the Marxocrat Party and the whole deep-state back on itself.
He stopped it in its tracks and scared the hell out of it.
President George Washington and President Donald Trump have a lot more in common than anyone might think, just offhand. Both were far from perfect and had their flaws, but, both turned out to be the best possible Presidents of their days and circumstances, for the good of both America and the larger world. America and the rule-of-law could have ended if either of them had not been elected President in their day. In Washington's case, it never would have gotten off the ground, and the world would still be ruled by the rule-of-man.
What I believe Washington and Trump shared in common was an instinctive recognition and acceptance of the God-given sense of the immutability of the Natural Law and, perhaps or perhaps not, the fact that the Natural Law and God's Law are exactly and precisely the same thing.
What the founders of America and the framers of her constitution had stumbled into (or been guided into) was the formal establishment of a national secular law based on and in the image of the Christian moral law. At the core, they all recognized it. That's why they spoke of it in religious terms, as miraculous, with some of them moved to tears.
Go back and read the original, un-amended Constitution and Bill Of Rights and you will see what I'm talking about.
Despite their diverse Protestant theologies and beliefs, despite the fact that only one colony was Catholic at the time, and despite the predominant anti-Catholic sentiment among most if not all the denominations, Christian moral law in that day and era was held in common by Catholicism and all denominations of Protestantism alike. And, despite the fad of Deism among the "intellectuals" of the day, and even despite the fairly common Freemasonry among them, all were raised in strict Protestant or Catholic homes in which right and wrong were taught from the Bible, which was the most commonly owned book in all of the colonies. Indeed, it was the most commonly used English primer, and the first (and often only) book regularly read and known by all. Everyone, quite literally, could quote from the Bible.
Now Washington was a Freemason, and he, among many others, also dabbled in the popular Deism of the day. But when the constitution was written, argued, re-written and eventually ratified, he became a MAN OF THE LAW, before he was anything else. He lived by the law, and for the law. It became his primary purpose for being.
This cannot be over-emphasized. He felt both responsible for and subservient to the Constitution. "Law" had taken on an entirely new meaning, since it was no longer the diktat of any mere man. It was elevated above man. It was something to be loved, and defended.
His dearest and closest life-long friend was a slave, whom he could not free, even from his deathbed, because it would have been a violation of a state law. As a man of the law, he would not disobey any law but looked forward to it's legal disestablishement, which he did not live to see. But that circumstance did not stop or affect that close friendship between a master and a slave.
What the Remnant TV video of Trump being the Vatican's "public enemy number 1" revealed that was new to me was their take on a possible hidden sinister intent on establishing freedom of religion, speech, press, etc. That the real intent was freedom of any and all religions, including anti-Christian religions, including anti-religion religious belief systems, and including anything goes, including even the exact opposite of all Christian teaching. Which would include the suppression of Christianity.
Taken quite literally, without considering the cultural thinking of the time, that is exactly what freedom of religion would mean. And perhaps, with some of the framers, that may indeed have been the intent. But I do not believe that was an overall or all inclusive intent of all of the framers and ratifiers.
We have always maintained in this site that the overbearing intent of the writers and ratifiers of the constitution by freedom of religion was freedom to worship (or not) in the denomination of Protestantism or in the Catholic faith of your choice. As shown over and over again in this site, beginning with the treatment of the unconstitutionally established "separation of Church and state" abomination, all of the ratifiers of the constitution were duly appointed representatives of colonies (states) authorized to sign on their behalf, and all of the colonies (states) were either Catholic or some denomination of Protestant, and all called themselves Christian, and by their own original colonial charters or constitutions, that is exactly what they all were.
The conclusion I draw from that fact is that, to them, "freedom of religion" meant freedom to worship (or not) in the Christian denomination of their choice. They most certainly did not mean to establish any right to practice devil worship, or any religion that might compel or allow adherents to violate the moral law, which, to them, was Christian moral law.
The most significant if not whole reason the American colonies came to be was that the pilgrims and those who followed them were voting with their feet, and escaping the fierce religious persecution and forced tithing of the various Protestant kings and nobles. See the Fracturing of Christianity. Thus, each colony upon it's founding declared itself to be officially the denomination of it's original members.
These were, in most cases, the faiths they had been prohibited from practicing in the European kingdoms they had fled from
Thus, with the ratification of the federal constitution, and freedom of religion, the states began disestablishing their own theocratic rules and allowing all Christian faiths to worship as they pleased. Theological law still prevailed, inside the separate Churches; but out in the secular world, what ruled was the original unchanged Christian Moral Law, which is, of course, the Natural Law, since it originated with the Creator of Nature.
The Natural Law was the common ground the colonies could all unite on. And the Natural Law was what they based the constitution on. In all of their Christian diversity, they all agreed on simple morality.
Here we must emphasize and state anew what I believe was widely recognized by all in the era of the founding and constituting of America: that right and wrong are objective realities. Immutable. That no one has any "right" to do that which is objectively wrong. Even if a wrong is not addressed by any secular law, no one has a "right" to do that wrong.
Objective reality is independent of the mind of man. No man can change it. Nor can any vote of mere men. Politicians and political experts wax on and on about this poll and that poll, this election and that one, and the people's will in this area or that, but right and wrong are impervious to all of that. Right and wrong do not change. Ever.
You cannot "vote" Christian morality away.
At this point it is good to look at the original source of right and wrong, and all objective reality. There is one God, and there is no other. He founded one Church, and no other. Not thousands of churches, not hundreds, not two, and not any number other than one.
As a simple matter of history, that Church is the Catholic Church.
That is the one Church that the Orthodox Church broke away from.
That is the one Church that the original Protestant churches broke away from, and those are the churches that all of the newer denominations broke away from, and continue to branch out and break away from in a never ending pattern. They are all born of the Sola Scriptura heresy; every new independent interpretation of Scripture can become a new denomination, and they do, almost every day.
But all of that is theological law; what we are concerned with for America and world peace is secular law. And this nation was always at its strongest when it was aligned best with the Natural Law, and at its weakest and most vulnerable when it opposed the Natural Law.
The popularity of sin, particularly sins of the senses, are what made the framers and ratifiers of the constitution avoid making America into a democracy. In fact, they took great pains so see that America would not eventually fall into democracy, because even a majority of citizens can be wrong, but immutable Christian morality does not change and cannot be wrong.
Washington, and Trump, sensed that if they did not know it. They loved the law by instinct. They knew that only the law, and not mere men, could be truly just.
Perhaps not perfectly, but certainly better than most of us, and certainly better than all of their contemporaries in the political realm.
Today America has politicians, some of them holding office, who practice and/or encourage and defend such anti-Christian and anti-American ideologies and religions as Communism, Socialism, Islam, Satanism, Wica, Globalism, anti-nationalism, anarchy and even royal rule.
Say thank you to the fatally flawed interpretation of freedom of religion and speech being popularized and driven by our unconstitutionally existing political parties.
In point of fact, the current Marxocrat Party, often in union with the Republicrat Party, more often than not reverses the Natural Law, to say that what is right is wrong, and that which is wrong is right.
And then establishes that reversal of Christian morality in law.
They conjure into being all sorts of imaginary bogeymen with which to terrorize the public into more dependency on government, which means less citizen independence, gradually turning formerly self-governing moral citizens into easily herded domestic animals.
Today, in America, Christians are canceled, fired, sued, indicted in courts of law and physically attacked for speaking against such moral abominations as sodomy, transsexualism, sexual perversions of any kind, abortion, drunkenness, aggressive secularization and religious cleansing, racial preferences ("affirmative action" and "equal-opportunity" white oppression), easy divorce and remarriage, etc.
They call proactive Christian faith hate speech and hate crimes.
No Marxocrat politician, and nowadays perhaps no Republicrat politician would dare criticize any transsexual public figure, let alone speak the fact that there is no such thing as a transsexual, for that might be the end of a political career, and perhaps even a life. They are getting violent about it, and getting away with it.
The same things may be said of the purely political lies of a population problem, climate change, sustainability, pandemics, and all the silly lies that, supposedly, only big and bigger government could possibly save the earth from, of course, for the sake of the earth, not of humanity.
The ruler of the earth hates humanity.
So, in the new "American" interpretation of right and wrong,
And powers that be, with Biden administration and his Marxocrat Party, his DOJ, his FBI and his courts in the forefront, are getting more and more aggressive in the enforcement of that new "morality" on all of us, against our will.
Cops are punished for enforcing the law.
Citizens are prosecuted for defending themselves against criminals.
Criminals are not charged and set free after committing crimes.
You will bless men in lady's rest rooms, homos everywhere in society and drag queens in schools and public libraries or you will suffer the consequences.
The Church in America, like America herself, is crying out for a champion who will prosecute crime and cleans our institutions of criminal corruption, using the RICO laws where appropriate. Assuming he is able to get back into the Presidency, and we have to hope that he can and will, he is the only man for the job.
The Truth is calling Trump.
Pray that he hears the call.
The only thing Truth has going for Him in this world is us.
The restoration of Truth = Reality in the hearts and minds of men is now totally dependent upon you and me; if we don't do it, it won't get done.
Sign the Letter to your Bishop, and make our Church Catholic again.
Join Cardinal Burke's Storm Heaven Rosary Campaign.
Get behind a President Trump and a Vice President Donald Trump Jr, and make America Constitutional again.
Pray for a strategic collaboration between Abp. Vigano and Trump.
With fear and trembling, work out your salvation--Phil 2:12
Seek the Truth; Find the Way; Live the Life.
Please God, and Live Forever.
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