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Friday, February 05, 2010


Robert Miller

BO is a fascist -- or national socialist -- not a Marxian Leftist, and that's where most commentators get him wrong.

Fascists always proclaim belief in "God" or "Providence", but not in Christ, because they, no less than Liberal and Marxian Leftists, are enemies of the Church. Fascists are pagan integrists, or neo-pagans (which is not the same thing as pagans). In this they differ (sometimes to the point of world war) with Liberal and Marxian utopians.

And here's the point of all this: Pagan integrism, unlike "authentic" paganism, is Anti-Christ.

Brian J. Schuettler

Obama’s “Catholic Plan”

Catholic . . . or not – must see! If you are Catholic, watch it. If not, watch it anyway. I’m sending this video out quickly with the hopes that it will get as far as it can before it is pulled by the “Powers that be.” Please watch this video as soon as you receive it, then forward it, please. It tells all. Turn on the speakers

The word subsidiarity is derived from the Latin word subsidiarius and has its origins in Catholic social teaching (see Subsidiarity (Catholicism)).[1] The concept or principle is found in several constitutions around the world (for example, the Tenth Amendment to the United States Constitution which asserts States rights).

It is presently best known as a fundamental principle of European Union law. According to this principle, the EU may only act (i.e. make laws) where action of individual countries is insufficient. The principle was established in the 1992 Treaty of Maastricht[2]. However, at the local level it was already a key element of the European Charter of Local Self-Government, an instrument of the Council of Europe promulgated in 1985 (see Article 4, Paragraph 3 of the Charter) (which states that the exercise of public responsibilities should be decentralised).

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