by Br. Alexis Bugnolo
As Christians we are obliged to love God and to love our neighbor. This is the teaching of God: Thou shalt love the Lord Thy God …. and thy neighbor as thyself.
God is infinitely Good, so He is perfectly loveable in Himself. And He has done everything for us, from creating us to saving us and sanctifying us and caring for us. So we really do not need a commandment to love Him, though in the Old Testament these truths were no so clear to the Jewish people, and for that reason, they were given a commandment.
But we all need the commandment to love our neighbor, because we are inclined to love ourselves alone. Indeed, much of the proper instruction that parents should give to children is to teach them to love others, their brothers and sisters, parents, friends etc..
But as adults, we are more obliged to love and justice, because we have a better grasp of the truth of things and are more capable of taking action.
Indeed, the nobility of a person’s soul is revealed precisely in this, that they have the compassion for others in difficulties and the promptness and zeal to take action to help them.
And this nobility is not lessened by the willingness to suffer wrong or to suffer for our own sins.
Yet, our willingness to personally suffer should never be an excuse to allow others to suffer.
And in this Scamdemic most of all, we are put to this test. We are all being lied to, manipulated, oppressed, persecuted, and enslaved.
And all of this is personally intolerable. But it is even more precisely intolerable that we allow others to be so oppressed.
For 12 months now we have all sinned a great sin, because we have stood and watched everyone be oppressed and victimized and only a few of us have personally resisted to have our own personal freedom.
But very few have actually done anything to stop the oppression and victimization of others.
And this zeal and compassion for the suffering of the innocent, alas, has often been dulled or extinguished by the consideration that they are willing accepting to be manipulated.
But if we allow such considerations to dent our zeal, then we must ask ourselves if we are any better than the Germans who saw Jews being hauled off into trucks and did nothing other than complain?
And now that tens of millions are being manipulated into being vaccinated with a product which neutralizes their Type 2 White blood cells (Source: here), causing their deaths in the next year or so, can we stand and merely watch genocide in progress?
In this year of Our Lord 2021, we Christians must distinguish ourselves by fighting back against the Great Reset with all of our talents, abilities, time, wealth and action.
We must realize we are in war, and that we have not declared this war. But our war is just and therefore, we must crusade for the liberation of all who are being victimized.
I believe, thus, that it is not for nothing, that St. John the Evangelist in the Book of the Apocalypse spoke of the final battle. The end of the world will not come in peace or come about in peace.
We must stop ignoring the reality in which we are living.
For war is upon us and we must now give battle!
For a guide to how to fight against the Great Reset, the solution is simple, and it is explained in this article.
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“Great Lent” starts tomorrow. It’s the perfect time to meditate on Christ asking His disciples in the garden of Mt. Olivet to stay up with Him and be watchful and pray. We know that they fell asleep anyway, even after He came to wake them up several times. Eventually, all of them but John ran away; all of them suffering the most cruel martyrs’ deaths.
The Blessed Mother’s apparitions and warnings were our wake up calls in the last century. But most of the faithful and the clergy have not wanted to stay awake to watch and pray with Christ; they were too lazy, too faithless, or too tired to pay attention to Our Lady’s distress calls.
Her sorrowful messages and apocalyptic New Testament prophesies are now unfolding in real time. Jesus said, “He who has ears to hear, let him hear.”(Mark 4:9)
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I visited the Holy Land twice and was especially inspired by Mt.Olivet which faces (across the Kidron) Mt.Moriah, once site of Herod’s Temple, annexed to which had stood the Fortress Antonia where Jesus met Pilate and from whence he walked the Via Dolorosa. You can find on Amazon “Highways to the Holy Land,” my book of meditations on the life and Passion of Christ.
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