International Marxist Collective lauds Vatican denial of a doctrine She never taught


Commentary by Br. Alexis Bugnolo

As we approach Holy Week, the Mainstream Media, inside and outside the Church, has launched another attack on the truth of history: the claim that the Church has disavowed the ‘doctrine of discovery’.

This doctrine which the Church never taught is named on the basis of a legal interpretation of Papal Bulls from the 15th and 16th century, made by the U. S. Supreme Court, an interpretation used by non Catholic powers to justify their colonial activities.

The historical and demographic proof of this, is that in the colonial areas of the world where Catholic Kingdoms ruled native peoples, these native peoples are nearly entirely intact, demographically speaking, to this day, whereas the contrary is true in Protestant and Masonic nations, who were the only ones who consciously and intentionally practiced genocide of native or Christian peoples.

The anthropological proof is also powerful, since nearly no pre-Columbian culture in the Americas had the concept of ius domini in regards to land property rights. They had instead usufructus, that is, that a land belong to those who used it. The Europeans and natives whenever they were in conflict were contesting these rights, and according to the laws of both cultures, who prevailed in war, obtained them legally. Thus, to say that the Europeans illegally or immorally obtained the property rights of ius domini over native peoples is generally speaking — because one cannot speak of every such acquisition — within what was licit in each legal system. To claim otherwise, is true historical revisionism.

The ideological basis for this recent attack is founded upon the Marxist concept that order and virtue has no rights, and that therefore, Christians most of all have no more rights than others. This application to indigenous culture seems acceptable to most minds, but what really underlies it is the political philosophy of accelerationism, by which order and authority at every level are targets of irrational hate.

As we have seen, the false attribution of crimes of persons during the colonial period has been uniformly and nearly uniquely attributed to the Catholic Church alone, just as the widespread problem of pedophilia is attributed to the Catholic Church alone.

This is an intention effort of globalism to destroy the moral authority of the Church from without, as a parallel effort by those who have utterly failed Christ or who have infiltrated into the halls of power in the Church, to destroy Her from within.

It is absurd on the face of it to blame the Catholic Church for a doctrine invented by the U. S. Supreme Court, but such has been the trend in internet mythology, which has blamed the Catholic Church for Freemasonry via the “Black Nobility” of Venice as well as for the digitalization of debt, by means of Papal Bulls against usury.

The target in all these attacks is the Kingship of Christ the King, which actually grants to Catholics the rights to rule the world, but does not exempt them from the moral law. Just as any ordered society has the right to impose the rule of law over regions which are under anarchy, and just as the Christian inspired civil law is superior to all other law, so Christian Kingdoms had and have the right to dominate their pagan neighbors by establishing civilization. We have done this from the time of the Roman Empire upto the French Revolution, and some Masonic nations have grossly reinterpreted this right as belonging to themselves. But that does not change the truth of history.

Shame on the  Vatican Dicasteries for Culture & Education and for Promoting Human Development, for buying into the revisionist claim. Like last year when Bergoglio and various Bishops claimed responsibility for things Catholic never did in Canada, all this prepares the ground for no true reconciliation, but only a new wave of persecution, because in cultures or political ideologies in which there is no Christian Faith or morals, there is no such thing as repentance, only vendetta. And today’s declaration will be the spark a future waves of such violence at perfectly innocent persons.

Needless to say, these Dicasteries have absolutely no magisterial authority and there is no obligation to pay any attention to what they say, in the matters of faith and morals. They are just another institutional construct of the Vatican II aggiornamento to create doctrinal and moral confusion in the Church, which was its sole goal and fruit. (See the series of videos at OMC Radio TV about this here.)

The economic agenda here is to establish a legal basis for globalists to herd peoples into cities while stealing the property rights of farmers and country dwellers in the name of the ‘common good’. The Globalists in fact have not a drop of concern for human rights of indigenous peoples, just as many of their own leaders showed no competency in protecting them, when both attempted to force nearly all of them to take the DeathVaxx and pursue totally unscientific responses to a fake pandemic waged 24/7 for nearly 3 years by state sponsored terrorism.

Br. Bugnolo’s Easter Appeal

by Br. Alexis Bugnolo

This year many of us have the first occasion in 4 years to celebrate the Holy Season of Easter in public without any restrictions and with the liberty to travel to be with family. Normalcy in this sense has returned, though the uneasy sense of what might come in years ahead remains.

I wish to thank all of my readers who have helped me in the last 3 years of nightmare and have remained supporters of my apostolic works during those dark days. Thank God they have ended and we have the freedom in most countries which we had before.

Looking Back

Last month I had the consolation to meet the Most. Rev. Rene Henry Gracida, Bishop Emeritus of Corpus Christi, the 2nd oldest Bishop in the Catholic Church. We talked about the awful decline in the Church in his lifetime and the failure of the proposed reforms of Vatican II, the scandals in the Church, and of how many clergy have betrayed their duties to Christ.

However, it was a consolation to meet and speak freely with a Bishop, for the first time in my life, since unlike so many, he is just as catholic in private as he is in public. We both recognized the importance of Consecrating Russia to the Immaculate Heart, while we steel ourselves for the persecutions which seem about to come from all sides.

Looking Forward

The recent moves by the Italian government to profile citizens and their continued insistence in their authority to violate the Nuremberg Code at any time, at will, remains a troubling legal reality here in Italy. For that reason, though I am still bound by a rental agreement for the Hermitage until the end of September, I have not decided what to do or where to go after that.

As you know, my defense of all Catholic truth in matters of canon law, questions of medical ethics, doctrine and morals has garnered me enemies in all parts of the world. As a Franciscan brother who lives by begging, this makes it more difficult for me to find the support I need or which I could use to engage in other apostolates. But I am thankful for your past help, trusting that the Good Lord will provide, in due time, what is necessary.

Many ask what are the normal monthly expenses, at the Hermitage here in Italy, and so I give this breakdown, in Euros: 1300 for rent, 75 for electricity, 35 water, and in Wintertime 550 monthly for heat, and 250 for food and supplies.

I wish to thank my readers for their continued support, and extend my gratitude to the few of them who now carry the bulk of my personal expenses.

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In advance I offer my gratitude and prayers to all who read this article, regardless of whether they can or cannot help me this month.

CREDITS: The featured photography shows Br. Bugnolo standing before a poster of Pope Benedict XVI, which hangs in the home of his relatives in the United States. Brother is currently visiting and returns to the Hermitage of the Holy Cross after Easter.

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