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Sunday, October 22, 2023

Why No RV?

 By Anna Von Reitz

There is no RV and there can be no RV because there are presently 22 wars taking place in the world. 

The bankers have agreements called "bank treaties" in place, agreeing that no RV can happen while there are active wars taking place. 

So, if any two banks want to stop an RV for any reason, all they have to do is hire some mercenaries or stage a putsch of some kind, and voila -- no RV. 

If logic prevails, there are somewhere between two and forty-four banks, or bank associations, keeping the madness going and preventing an RV.  

All they need is a lot of money and a handful of thugs on each side to stop any Revaluation of Currency.  

As the banks can make "money of account" out of thin air, money is no problem. Finding thugs is never a problem, either. 

So long as these banks are allowed to operate and continue in this fashion, there is no hope of peace breaking out and an RV actually happening. 

To all of you faithful followers of Judy Byington and everyone invested in Zim and Dinar and other foreign currency speculations, those who haunt the air waves waiting for the magic 800 numbers and the opening of the Redemption Centers --- wait no more. 

The mystery of literally years of waiting and being told, "It will be on Friday", and "It will be on the Fourth of July", and "It will be...." and "We are really really close now...." is now solved.

There will be no RV until there are no wars going on worldwide. 

So, unless we all collectively throttle the offending banks and keep them from funding wars for profit, there will never be an RV -- not in our lifetimes, and probably not ever. 

With 22 wars going on right now, though only two of them, the wars in Ukraine and Israel, are being reported in the mainstream news, you can judge for yourselves what the likelihood of an RV is.

We have done our best to sound the alarm and bring world attention to the atrocities and loss of life in Africa as old European colonial powers seek to continue their control over the resources of Africa and to force able-bodied men from Africa to serve as "volunteers" in the Ukrainian War fiasco.  

More than 600,000 people have been reported dead in Ethiopia alone. 

Let that fact sink in, and as you do, remember this --- wars beget wars like bunnies beget bunnies. 

The trauma and the atrocities of every war breed vengeance, and while everyone dreams of "their side" winning a crushing and all inclusive victory over everyone else on Earth, we all lose.  

Even the winners in wars actually lose.  

The only ones who win anything in a war are those who stage and promote and fund it --- the banks, the politicians, the mercenaries,  and the "defense" subcontractors.

The average living people always lose and pay the war debts, one hundred percent of the time, and that's if they are lucky enough to escape with their lives.  

These facts are never taught in public school, because our public schools have been run by the U.S. Military, which was unlawfully converted into a mercenary organization by Abraham Lincoln. 

Read that -- our beloved military makes money being hired by banks to fight in mercenary wars for profit.  No matter how they try to avoid that fact and drape their actions in patriotism, glory, and derring-do --- guarding a poppy field in Afghanistan is guarding a poppy field in Afghanistan.  

Murdering civilians because those civilians have built homes on a piece of ground desired by wealthy developers, is still murdering civilians for profit.  

The men doing this are still criminals and outlaws, pirates and brigands, and the days when we could claim ignorance and avoid the stench of this are gone.  

You have to observe these things for yourselves, but once you do, you can't forget. And you probably can't forgive, either, which is the whole problem with wars and all wars to end wars.  

The 600,000 Ethiopians killed all had friends and families, just as the people murdered in Lahaina and Gaza have friends and families.  The survivors will hate the attackers with all their hearts and for all their days and teach their children the same, so that these wars, once begun, self-perpetuate. 

The victims of these crimes will excuse it as "war" and not see it as profiteering. They will focus their hatred on the uniforms of the men in the field, and attribute these disasters to racism, or religion, or politics, or struggles over natural resources, but the actual blame should come home to roost where it belongs, with the bankers of Wall Street and Fleet Street and Shanghai and Jakarta and Abu Dhabi, Geneva, Brussels, Frankfurt, and Edinburgh. 

If they didn't fund wars and ever-more deadly high-tech weapons, wars would stop.  

If everyone gave pink slips to those public officials and military officers responsible for promoting wars and for war profiteering, wars would stop.  

If we stripped the miserable renegades of their profits, wars would stop.  

If we simply wised up our sons and daughters, wars would stop. 

Most of all, if we just woke up en masse and said, "What the....?" one morning, and actually thought about wars and who profits from them, wars would stop. 

Ask the famous, "Who benefits?" question. 

The U.S. Military has been unlawfully converted into a Mercenary Force since the 1860s, and it has been directed ever since by a foreign, for-profit Municipal Corporation in the business of providing government services. 

Put two plus two together and see if you come out with four? 

Then take the over 950 military installations that Americans are paying for worldwide to the bank--- and know for certain that there will be no peace and no RV, either, until this situation is fully rectified.    


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Twenty-First Sunday After Pentecost

 Rev. Fr. Leonard Goffine's

The Church's Year

At the Introit of the Mass is said a prayer of Mardochai, which may be used in all necessities:

INTROIT All things are in thy will, O Lord: and there is none that can resist thy will: for thou hast made all things, heaven and earth, and all things that are under the cope of heaven: thou art Lord of all. (Esth. xiii. 9, 10.) Blessed are the undefiled in the way: who walk in the law of the Lord. (Ps. cxviii.) Glory be to the Father and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost, as it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.

COLLECT Keep, we beseech Thee, O Lord, Thy family by Thy continued goodness: that, through Thy protection, it may be free from all adversities, and devoted in good works to the glory of Thy name. Through our Lord Jesus Christ Thy Son, who liveth and reigneth with Thee, in the Unity of the Holy Ghost, God, world without end, Amen.

EPISTLE (Ephes. vi. 10-17.) Brethern, Be strengthened in the Lord, and in the might of his power. Put you on the armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the deceits of the devil: for our wrestling is not against flesh and blood, but against principalities and powers, against the rulers of the world of this darkness, against the spirits of wickedness in high places. Therefore take unto you the armor of God, that you may be able to resist in the evil day, and to stand in all things perfect. Stand, therefore, having your loins girt about with truth, and having on the breast-plate of justice, and your feet shod with the preparation of the gospel of peace: in all things taking the shield of faith, wherewith you may be able to extinguish all the fiery darts of, the most wicked one: and take unto you the helmet of salvation, and the sword of the spirit, which is the word of God.

EXPLANATION The apostle teaches the Ephesians how hard and dangerous a struggle every Christian has to make, not against human enemies of flesh and blood, but against spiritual, invisible enemies, who were at one time powerful princes in heaven, but through sin became princes of the darkness of this world, who govern the adherents of the world, and exercise their evil influence in the air as well as on the earth, as far as God permits them, for our chastisement or trial.

He shows us also the manner in which we can gain the victory in the evil day, that is, the time of temptation, and particularly at the hour of death, when he admonishes us to have confidence in God and gives us the weapons for the contest. We should, therefore, gird ourselves with the girdle of truth, which shows us that honor, concupiscence and riches are vain and useless; we should put on the breast-plate of justice which is made of good works: the shoes, by regulating our lives according to the precepts of the gospel, which alone can give us true peace; the shield of faith, which teaches us how richly God rewards virtue and how terribly He punishes those who succumb to temptation and sin; the helmet of salvation, namely, confidence in God and the hope of heaven; the sword of the word of God, by making use, when violently tempted, of consoling and strengthening expressions of Holy Scripture, by which we can put the devil to flight, according to the example of Christ (Matt. iv.) and the saints. - Let us diligently use these weapons, and we shall be victorious in this spiritual combat, and be crowned with eternal glory in heaven.

Nineth Sunday After PentecostGOSPEL (Hall. XVill. 23-35.) At that time, Jesus spoke to his disciples this parable: The kingdom of heaven is likened to a king, who would take an account of his servants. And when he had begun to take the account one was brought to him that owed him ten thousand talents. And as he had not wherewith to pay it, his lord commanded that he should be sold, and his wife and children, and all that he had, and payment to be made. But that servant falling down, besought him, saying: Have patience with me, and I will pay thee all. And the lord of that servant, being moved with pity, let him go, and forgave him the debt. But when that servant was gone out, he found one of his fellow-servants that owed him a hundred pence: and laying hold of him, he throttled him, saying: Pay what thou owest. And his fellow-servant falling down besought him, saying: Have patience with me, and I will pay thee all. And he would not; but went and cast him into prison till he paid the debt. Now his fellow-servants, seeing what was done, were very much grieved: and they came and told their lord all that was done. Then his lord called him, and said to him: Thou wicked servant, I forgave thee all the debt, because thou besoughtest me: shouldst not thou then have had compassion also on thy fellow servant, even as I had compassion on thee? And his lord being angry, delivered him to the torturers until he paid all the debt. So also shall my heavenly Father do to you, if you forgive not every one his brother from your hearts.

Who are understood by the king, and the servants?

The King is God, and the servants are all mankind.

What is meant by the ten thousand talents?

The ten thousand talents, according to our money more than ten million dollars, signify mortal sin, the guilt of which is so great that no creature can pay it; even all the works of the saints cannot make atonement, because by every mortal sin the infinitely great, good, and holy God is offended, which offence it is as impossible for any creature to cancel as it is for a poor servant to pay a debt of ten million dollars. Nevertheless God is so merciful that He remits the whole immeasurable debt of sin, on account of the infinite merits of Christ, if the sinner contritely begs forgiveness and amends his life.

Why did the master order, not only the debtor, but also his wife and children to be sold?

Probably because they assisted in contracting the debt, or gave occasion for its increase. This is a warning to those who in any way make themselves partakers of others' sins, either by counsel, command, consent, provocation, praise or flattery, concealment, partaking, silence and by defending ill-done things.

What is understood by the hundred pence?

By the hundred pence are understood the offences committed against us, and which, in comparison with our debt against God, are very insignificant.

What does Jesus intend to show by this parable?

That if God is so merciful and forgives us our immense debts, we should be merciful and willingly forgive our fellow-men the slight faults and offences, which they commit against us; he who does not this, will not receive pardon from God, in him will be verified the words of the apostle St. James: Judgment without mercy to him that hath not done mercy. (James ii. 13.)

Who are those who throttle their debtors?

These are, in general, the unmerciful, but particularly those who have no compassion for their debtors; those who immediately go to law and rest not until the debtor is left without house or home; those who oppress widows and orphans, if they owe them anything, thus committing one of the sins which cry to heaven for vengeance; (Ecclus. xxxv. 18. 19.) those who even in just lawsuits act harshly and severely with their opponent, without the slightest inclination to come to an agreement with him; finally, rulers and landlords who overburden their subjects with excessive tithes and taxes, and exact their share with the greatest rigor.

Who are those who accuse these hardened men before God?

They are the guardian angels and their own conscience; the merciless act itself cries to God for vengeance.

What is at to forgive from the heart?

It is to banish from the heart all hatred, ill-will and revengeful desires, to treasure a true and sincere love towards our offenders and enemies not only in our hearts, but also manifest it externally by deeds of charity. Therefore those have not forgiven from their hearts, who, indeed, say and believe, that they have no ill-will against their enemy, but everywhere avoid him, refuse to salute him, to thank him, to pray for him, to speak to him, and to help him in necessity, even when they might do so, but who rather rejoice at his need.


Nineth Sunday After PentecostHave patience with me. (Matt. xviii. z6.)

Since God has such great patience with us, ought not this to move us to have patience likewise with the faults and weaknesses of our fellow-men, and to resign ourselves patiently in all the sufferings and tribulations sent us from God? What will your impatience avail you? Will you thereby change or ease your sufferings? Do you thereby correct the faults of your neighbor? No; on the contrary, it makes suffering more oppressive, misfortune greater, and the erring neighbor more obstinate, so that he will ultimately refuse even mild and patient corrections. Besides impatience leads to many sins, to cursing, raillery, quarrelling,. contention, and murder. The pious Job gives us a good example of true patience and resignation to the will of God. He was a wealthy, respected, God-fearing man in the land of Hus, the father of seven sons and three daughters, and lived peacefully and happy. God wished to try him and permitted the devil to vent his entire rage upon him. Job was deprived of his children and all his property, and, finally, he was himself afflicted with the most painful disease of leprosy. But in the midst of all these dreadful misfortunes he remained calm. Naked, covered only with a few patches, he sits on a dunghill, a picture of misery, and yet no sound of murmuring comes from his lips, he does not curse, does not blaspheme God, but says resignedly: The Lord gave, and the Lord hath taken away: as it hath pleased the Lord, so is it done: blessed be the name of the Lord. To all this misery was added the baseness of his own wife, who came and mocked him, and of three intimate friends, who instead of consoling him, judged him falsely and said, that his misery was a just punishment from heaven. Still Job did not murmur against God's wise dispensations; with unshaken patience he faithfully confided in God, and he was not forsaken. God rewarded him well for his fidelity and patience; for He restored him to health, and gave him greater wealth than he had previously. See what patience can do, what reward is in store for it! And thou a Christian, a follower of Christ, the patient, crucified Lamb, art immediately irritated, become angry and morose at every little cross which you meet! Be ashamed of your weakness, and learn from the pious Job, to practice the virtue of patience, for patience proves hope, and hope permits us not to be put to shame. Patience always gains the victory, and will be rewarded in heaven.

If you find yourself inclined to impatience, make every morning a firm resolution to battle bravely against this vice and often ask God for the virtue of patience in the following prayer:

O God who by the patience of Thy only-begotten Son hast humbled the pride of the old enemy, vouchsafe that devoutly considering what He has suffered for us we may cheerfully bear our adversities, through the same Jesus Christ, our Lord, etc.