Remarks made by Secretary of State John Kerry at a commencement ceremony have raised some eyebrows. Kerry, in an attempt to contrast himself with Donald Trump, reminded the students about 9/11 and then said the following:
There are no walls big enough to stop people from anywhere, tens of thousands of miles away, who are determined to take their own lives while they target others.
The future demands from us something more than a nostalgia for some rose-tinted version of the past that did not really exist in any case.
You’re about to graduate into a complex and borderless world.
That last part got the attention of folks like Alex Jones, Ron Paul and others. And rightly so. Our politicians are increasingly no longer liberal or conservative. They are either pro-United Nations or pro-United States. Pro-Globalist or Pro-American.
Below is Dr. Paul’s take on what Kerry said. Watch it if you have the time. I reached out to Dr. Paul to see if he’d be willing to come on Church & State to discuss these issues. We’ll see if he responds.
Things are getting weird in England. And by weird I mean diabolical. A couple months ago, Catholics and Anglicans prayed vespers together in Henry VIII’s former chapel. Now comes word of even more nonsense. Apparently, Catholics will join with Anglicans in some sort of prayer week initiative to “convert the nation.” Joseph Shaw, the chairman of the Latin Mass Society in the UK, rightly asked, “convert to what?” Great question Mr. Shaw.
@CatholicHerald To what?
— Joseph Shaw (@LMSChairman) May 8, 2016
Oklahoma City is yet again the target of a Satanic Black Mass. You’ll recall that one of these events took place two years ago. Fortunately, the SSPX was there to offer a mass in reparation for the act. The group Tradition, Family and Property has started a petition to stop this year’s Black Mass, which is scheduled for August 15, 2016.
I’m not all that convinced these petitions actually do much, but hey, if you feel compelled to support TFP, then add your name to its petition by clicking here.
I’ll speak with John Horvat, the vice president of the American TFP on Church & State next week. Stay tuned!
I have a hunch that more SSPX faithful still follow the goings on of Bishop Richard Williamson than current leadership of the Society would like. Whatever you may think of Bp. Williamson, you can’t deny the soaring intellect God gave him. I came across the following video on YouTube the other day. It’s somewhat dated (I think it was recorded in the early 1990s). Still, do yourself a favor and watch it. It may just change the way you view the world. Seriously.