While the servile masses were on their knees in Philadelphia coronating the Great Lie this past week, Fr. Père Jacques Hamel was on his knees in front of his parishioners, having “his own blood literally mingled with the Precious Blood he consecrated on the altar” by way of his own throat slit ear to ear courtesy of the savages we’ve ALL been conditioned to accept as the innocent religion of peace-lambs in the “small quiet Normandy town” of Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray in France. And before the Great Lie could complete the shameful utterance of its own rigged acceptance speech, two more police officers lay dying on a roadside in San Diego California bringing the Blue Lives 2016 death toll to 33 or 35…I’ve lost count.
When the Great Lie knows there are no men left willing to stand up to it, it sets about its preparation of the slaughterhouse with the anticipation of the most ghoulish gorger eager for the coming feast on the flesh of mankind, the rivers of their blood, and the delicious lip-smacking destruction and ultimate vaporization of their souls. When I read Archbishop Dominique Lebrun of Rouen’s words; “The Catholic Church can take up no other weapons than prayer and brotherhood among men. I am leaving here hundreds of young people who are the future of humanity, true humanity. I ask them not to give up in the face of violence and to become apostles of the civilization of love”, I thought to myself now there’s a lovely melody to the savage ear.
For the life of me, I cannot know the death of me. But I pray with every ounce of my soul in the observance of our Western Plague: our despicably willful blindness and abrogation of honor itself, that I will die a man when my time comes. My God, what has happened to us?
The answer is that we know from the depths of our own exile, how bit by bit and piece by piece the precious yoke of manhood has been bled and bred out of us. Behold any episode of the King of Queens, Married with Children, Two and a Half Men…in fact, you can pretty much turn on the TV to any channel to see what they’ve so cleverly done to destroy the man in western men. And when the rare and occasional man dares to stand up and speak out as a man, he is ridiculed and accused of “living in fear and putting up walls” by the very persons he would die to protect. NY Giant legend Phil Simms was afraid to say the Washington Redskins people! Wake up!
In stark contrast to the words of his feminence Lebrun of Rouen (sounds like ruin), Fr. Rutler (quoted at top of post) has a slightly more masculine message for the multitudes “of young people who are the future of humanity, true humanity.” In his article A Christian Duty in the Face of Terror, Fr. Rutler explains how “vice has destroyed countless individual souls, but in the decline of civilizations, weakness has done more harm than vice. ‘Peace for our time’ is as empty now as it was when Chamberlain went to Munich and honor was bartered in Vichy.”
One of the saddest things I’ve seen in quite a while was Paul Simon’s performance of “Bridge Over Troubled Waters” at the Great Lie’s coronation last week. The song selection could not have been a more perfect reflection of the times we are living, but Simon the man appeared weak, pathetic and not up to the task at hand. I thought to myself, here on the most troubled waters in our lifetime these are the men they send us…Simms, Simon and Shepard Smith who actually scolded Bobby Jindal a week or so ago for saying “All lives matter.” It would appear the Left’s new S man are all “yes” men. I can hear Pete Seeger now; “Where have all the real men gone, gone to pandering and appeasing every one.”
Only an emasculated community in deep denial of virtue lost is capable of coronating the Great Lie. Europe has become a giant morgue slab, and it will only get worse…because the men have stopped being men there. Last week, in sharp contrast, a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu instructor and his wife gave our Oath Keepers a demonstration in “Practical Self Defense” to go with the night’s theme of “Situational Awareness.” The very next morning, a friend sent me this video clip that struck me as the perfect depiction of the “Wolf Among The Sheep” in our western society. Imagine, as the sheep stood and watched, if the wolf had a gun…or worse.
Stop and think a moment…why have our young boys been deprived of the essential nutrients of Kipling and Service in their school lunches? Read my favorite excerpts and ponder the damage done…
If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew To serve your turn long after they are gone, And so hold on when there is nothing in you Except the Will which says to them: ‘Hold on!’ If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue, ‘Or walk with Kings – nor lose the common touch, if neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you, If all men count with you, but none too much;
If you can fill the unforgiving minute With sixty seconds’ worth of distance run, Yours is the Earth and everything that’s in it, And – which is more – you’ll be a Man, my son! ~ Rudyard Kipling, “If”
And so in the strife of the battle of life It’s easy to fight when you’re winning; It’s easy to slave, and starve and be brave, When the dawn of success is beginning. But the man who can meet despair and defeat With a cheer, there’s the man of God’s choosing; The man who can fight to Heaven’s own height Is the man who can fight when he’s losing. ~ Robert Service, “Carry On”
Please dear Lord, before this night is through. There’s but one thing I’d ask of you. Before the dawn of one more day, let us be men again. ~ Amen