Monday, January 19, 2015

HMMMM. TIM THE PLUMBER. COULD DIANA BE...

Now I know who this is. There is only one possible neo who could have thought I was a plumber

While I was not a plumber, several years ago I did have a chemical supply company and one of my customers was RMS. Part of the service was maintaing the dispensers which were hooked up to the kitchen plumbing. 

A person not really knowing my business but knowing that I was the person to call when something needed tending to in the kitchen would have thought of me as a plumber. And she was the one who always called me to come and fix a problem. 

This would also comport with "Diana's" obvious difficulty with wording things, being ESL. Don't worry, mam. It will be our little secret. I just feel sorry for you. 

5 comments:

  1. Looks like Diana is out of ammo and now shooting blanks. LOL! Plumbers make a decent and respectable living. Can't say the same for those who take advantage of the spiritually wounded and vulnerable brothers and sisters in our faith community.

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    1. No, No, No, Diana is not out of ammo! She is just waiting for the trio to return home. From there they will give her a report and the posting will continue.

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  2. Of our long struggle against the forces of evil. (part 1 the attempts to destroy our church)

    Always look at the global approach, and the common denominators to understand what is happening locally.
    To understand what Kiko and Carmen are doing, we have to go back to the period between the end of world war II and Vatican II.

    There have been several major currents or historical events that had huge consequences on our Universal Church and Christianity as a whole.
    If you consider that the Schism between the Catholic and the Orthodox Church was basically a political and geographical issue,rather than a really religious disagreement, the first real concerted attack on our Church was the "Renaissance" with the reappearance of the Greek Philosophers and the strong influence of Greco-Roman beliefs and their expressions in the visual arts. The integration of these point of view, led to a watering down of our Church's core values, and the authorization of Jewish enclaves throughout the Christian Kingdoms of Europe.

    The second event was the "Reformation" which led to the Inquisition and the several "religious wars". This was the first direct challenge to our Church and was the direct result of levels of corruptions in Rome that had reached humongous proportions.
    The consequences of the reformation are multiple, but the largest to be noted, were the over use of the old testament as opposed to the Evangile, and the establishment of States that would be anti-Catholic and as such encourage practices in total opposition of our Church.
    These States Notably the English Republic, then the English Crown, but also the northern kingdoms were in particular spreading notions of "universal philosophies" ( the ancestral concept of the league of nations and then the UN) which facilitated the creation of the first Masonic lodges, and their replacement philosophy of universal brotherhood for the "betterment of all people."
    Historians have long debated the role of the British Masonic lodges in France, Spain and Italy, but it is certain that said lodges plaid an essential role in the overthrow of the French King, which led to the French Revolution.
    Some of the most Rabid revolutionaries like Danton and Robespierre were known Masons whose avowed goals was the elimination of the Catholic Church in France. The subsequent reign of terror which followed saw the wanton destruction of religious establishments, the interdiction of the Catholic Church, and the genocide of the rural populations of western France who refused to obey that interdiction.
    The whole conflict was portrayed as the struggle between light (the philosophers of the Lodges) against the darkness of superstition (the Church).
    To this day there is a whole revisionist historical movement that substantiate and justify these violent actions against the Church and the believers.
    Why something that did happen in France over 275 years ago is so important to us?
    Because this revolutionary movement expanded throughout Europe thanks to the victories of the French Army and led to many questioning the role of the Church, as well as the propagation of a long list of lies and hatred against our Church.
    In the next Chapter we shall see how these ideas spread across the whole world and who used them against us.

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  3. Part 2: the emergence of stronger and more organized anti-Catholic movements.

    After the reign of terror, the execution of the French King, and the slaughter of hundreds of thousands of Catholics in Western France, a certain social peace and a return to a more natural situation with the arrival of Napoleon and the signing of the "concordat" with the Pope, which recognized the right for all Frenchmen to worship as they pleased.
    This of course also allowed for the recognition of the protestant churches, and the Judaic religion in France, which was not the case until then.
    Napoleon played a huge role in Europe during his tenure, as he imposed the notion of the Napoleonic code of law and dispersed the notions of the French revolution throughout the continent. This will have huge consequences on the political and religious life in Europe all the way through the early 20th century. This was the beginning of the internationalization of the values of the Masonic lodges, and the concept of human rights and individualization of said rights.
    We shall see how the positioning of the Jewish religious and secular leaders within Europe, but also in the USA, during that period led to an earth shattering repositioning of values in the whole western world. Since that world at that time, also spread throughout the whole planet thanks to the medium of the colonial expansion of these countries, it did have consequences that went beyond what most people understood and still understand.

    Until then (with the exception of the Borgias and the Colonnas) the Catholic Church had always fought against the concept of "usure" in the lending of money. The kings and princes in Europe abided with this rule, except in England which had separated from Rome under Henry VIII.
    During the short interlude of the Crownwell republic, a deal was struck in England, which authorized Jewish bankers to practice within the British territories. This state of affairs remained after the return of the monarchy.

    The 19th century saw the explosion of commerce and industrialization, and the harsh realities of the conditions in which they occur.
    The emergence of a well educated upper middle class was paralleled with the explosion of Masonic logdes with strong ties to England.
    In strong Catholic countries like France, Spain, Portugal and Italy, this led to an increase of conflicts with the Catholic church and the political parties that supported her. Increasingly the conflicts became very violent and extremely dividing.
    Soon in all these countries, a confluence of interests between the lodges, Jewish lobbies and anti-Catholic politicians, will bring into play a series of Laws which had in common the weakening, and in some cases the elimination, of the Catholic Church in whole segments of society.

    In the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and in Bavaria the governments came under a lot of pressure from these lodges which in Austria received strong support from the different and powerful Jewish communities.
    In the USA during that time, the continuous flow of immigrants, saw a strong influx of Jewish immigrants from the eastern European countries, and their settlement in the northern centers of economy like New York, Ohio and Pennsylvania, started to have a profound impact on the relations with the White Anglo-Saxon Protestants that had gained independence and ruled the country until then.
    (Next: the emergence of communism, and international banking)

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