Tuesday, July 16, 2013

The United States Department of Justice: Catering to mob rule?


The Department of "Justice" is considering civil rights charges against George Zimmerman.  See here.  Meanwhile, the Black Panthers have put out a contract on Mr. Zimmerman (see here) and the same DOJ apparently couldn't care less.

Justice is being obscured by race ideology and the politics of hate.  It's no surprise that the moral breakdown of America is coinciding with the homosexual juggernaut.  As Father Vincent Miceli explains in his work The Antichrist, "Dr. Abram Kardiner, distinguished physician, psychoanalyst, and anthropologist, states that homosexuality reaches pestilential and plague proportions in morally rotting societies during the final stages of total collapse. The cult of softness is perhaps the most pronounced public phenomenon among nations today. It is certainly responsible for the rotting of the moral fibre of Western Civilization not only in sex but also, in the erosion of Christian truth, in education, in art and in letters, in the repudiation of personal responsibility and in the increasing tendency to side with the forces of crime against the forces of law and order." (The Antichrist, p. 237).



As I have said before, the retreat from truth is necessary before the reign of Antichrist. There is a preparation. Many are "intellectualizing" themselves into dissent and apostasy from the true Faith. The battlefield is in the mind. The attack is intellectual and psychological. Sin must be justified so that a new religion can turn vices into gods.

What is this but a form of insanity? In the words of the late (great) F.J. Sheed: "..if we see anything - ourself or some other man, or the Universe as a whole or any part of it - without at the same time seeing God holding it there, then we are seeing it all wrong. If we saw a coat hanging on a wall and did not realize that it was held there by a hook, we should not be living in the real world at all, but in some fantastic world of our own in which coats defied the law of gravity and hung on walls by their own power. Similarly if we see things in existence and do not in the same act see that they are held in existence by God, then equally we are living in a fantastic world, not the real world. Seeing God everywhere and all things upheld by Him is not a matter of sanctity; but of plain sanity, because God is everywhere and all things are upheld by Him...To overlook God's presence is not simply to be irreligious; it is a kind of insanity, like overlooking anything else that is actually there." (Theology and Sanity, p.6).


Some years ago, Fr. Vincent Miceli warned that: "The West has divinized Security and Technocracy; the East, Science and Revolution. But in both camps atheistic humanism has become the State religion. And both of these systems of secular humanism eclipse the person, eliminate his freedom, deny his human-divine value and subject him to the tyranny of technological impersonalism. The alarming signs of the times testify to a fierce spirit of evil advancing everywhere. It is the spirit of rebellion against God and man. Hitherto the powers of government in each country, as yet relying on God and reason, were firm and vigorous enough to restrain this rebellion. But today many agnostic countries can barely contain that lawless spirit, while many others have actually legalized the principle of lawlessness itself, the principle of license masquerading as liberty.

We are reminded of St. Paul's warning to the Thessalonians. In the last days there will be an aweful, unparalleled outbreak of evil everywhere. This will be called the Great Apostasy. In the midst of this general falling away a certain Man of Sin, having the image of Satan and breathing hatred toward God and man, will appear. He will exercise frightening preternatural powers of destruction against the just. This Child of Perdition will be so special and singular an enemy of Christ that he will be called Antichrist. For just as types of Christ went before Jesus, heralding his coming, so shadows of Antichrist have already preceded him....

But compared to the final Antichrist all forerunners of him were so many mini-Antichrists. This Arch-Antichrist will orchestrate revolutions so expertly that the very framework of society will shatter into pieces under his wicked hand. In a stunningly evil way, he will knit together his totalitarian rule of heresy, sedition, revolution, schism, war - indeed of every evil movement - and hurl them effectively against the Church. Preceded by apostasy, conceived in apostasy, gestated in apostasy, born in apostasy, the Man of Sin will come to power through a General Apostasy. In other words, Antichrist could never have existed except for the decision of the majority of persons in East and West to apostatize from God and to join the forces of atheism.." (Essay entitled "Detente All Around: Prelude to Antichrist?").

Evil is indeed spreading everywhere. Men have grown weary of being men and are beginning to deny Christ more and more. Even in the Church, many are coming to accept homosexuality and abortion as good. Such persons, such enemies of Christ, may still use Christian jargon as they go through the motions of Christian worship, but at base they have opted for evil and radiate the spirit of Antichrist. More than a century ago, Cardinal John Henry Newman predicted the Desolate City which we find ourselves in today: "Surely there is at this day a confederacy of evil, marshalling its hosts from all parts of the world, organizing itself, taking its measures, enclosing the Church of Christ in a net, and preparing the way for a general apostasy from it..."

Our own time is a fulfillment of the prophecy issued by St. Louis de Montfort in his Prayer for Missionaries: "Tempus faciendi, Domine, dissipaverunt legem tuam: it is time to act, O Lord, they have rejected your law. It is indeed time to fulfill your promise. Your divine commandments are broken, your Gospel is thrown aside, torrents of iniquity flood the whole earth carrying away even your servants. The whole land is desolate, ungodliness reigns supreme, your sanctuary is desecrated and the abomination of desolation has even contaminated the holy place.." (PM, 5)
America is in profound crisis.  And that doesn't bode well for the rest of the world.

Will we be ruled by God's Commandments and law and order or by mob rule and the spirit of licentiousness?

8 comments:

Jonathan said...

This is a clear-cut case of self-defense. And the DOJ wants to crucify Zimmerman. You hit the nail on the head. Mob rule is the order of the day. Mark Levin is saying the very same thing.

Barry said...

http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/
daily/2013/07/16/rachel_jeantel_trayvon_thought
_zimmerman_was_a_gay_rapist_
and_trayvon_wasn_t_that_
kind_of_way

Michael Cole said...

The department of justice is straining to foster a frenzy of hatred against Zimmeraman:

http://thebadger14.wordpress.com/2013/07/16/doj-helped-bogus-student-group/

John Hosty-Grinnell said...

God has not abandoned us, he is looking for us to show the light of Christ through our love. The fact that there is so few examples of Christian Agape Love out there is part of the problem.

Fear is not a replacement for our Christian duty, yet this blog would seem to teach that it is. I might not be as scholarly as some who post here, but I know right from wrong, and complaining about the world as much as you do here is not benefiting anyone. In fact it implies that God has left us with the way you put things.

Sorry, just giving you some food for thought.

Paul Anthony Melanson said...

The coming Antichrist is a punishment sent because men have not loved the truth, but error. As Mark Mallett posted at his Blog:

"Dear brothers and sisters, this, cup, foaming over with the pride of men, is nearly full. How many more drops of abortion? How many more blasphemies? How many more wars? How many more innocent souls broken to pieces by the lust, greed, and selfishness of men? I hear the words in my heart over and over now:

The fullness of sin.. The cup is full.

Sin is reaching its fullness in our time. As Pope Pius XII said,
The sin of the century is the loss of the sense of sin. —1946 address to the United States Catechetical Congress

I hear in my heart the constant and loving warning that we must all prepare ourselves for this cup. We must remain in a state of grace. We must pray and intercede for souls with all our hearts. We must be ready to give our fiat to God. And we must remember that the future for the faithful is not one of disaster, but hope… though we must pass through winter before there will be a new springtime.

I want to shout: the days are imminent. God, help us… help us to hear the Voice of Mercy.
Yes, a cup is in the LORD’S hand, foaming wine, fully spiced. When God pours it out, they will drain it even to the dregs; all the wicked of the earth must drink. But I will rejoice forever; I will sing praise to the God of Jacob, who has said: "I will break off all the horns of the wicked, but the horns of the just shall be lifted up." (Psalm 75:9-11)

This is not a message of fear for the believing Christian who keeps Jesus' Commandments. But for those who have embraced sin and error, it is.

Paul Anthony Melanson said...

"There is no fear in love, but perfect love drives out fear because fear has to do with punishment, and so one who fears is not yet perfect in love." (1 John 4: 18).

Paul Anthony Melanson said...

"If you love me, keep my commandments." John 14:15.

David said...


By Katherine Weber, Christian Post Reporter

July 17, 2013|3:06 pm

Former president Jimmy Carter said in a recent interview that he believes the six woman jury in Sanford, Fla. made the "right decision" when they acquitted George Zimmerman of second degree murder and manslaughter in the death of Trayvon Martin on Saturday.
While speaking with a local Atlanta, Ga. news station, the 39th president argued that the jurors were not commissioned to make a moral decision, but rather a legal one based on evidence.

"I think the jury made the right decision based in the evidence presented because the prosecution inadvertently set the standard so high that the jury had to be convinced that it was a deliberate act by Zimmerman and that he was not defending himself and so forth," Carter told Atlanta's WXIA News Station."

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