American Pots Lecturing Egyptian Kettles
by Thomas A. Droleskey
Although I would suppose that many "talking heads" in the various camps of naturalism are making hay with the protests taking place in various Egyptian cities, including in that nation's capital city, Cairo, that have provoked a massive response by the corrupt Egyptian government's repressive security forces, I have paid no attention to those "talking heads." Indeed, a great deal of our focus late yesterday afternoon into the evening was on the fire that did extensive damage to the mobile home that is right next our own here in Connecticut, a fire that occurred just hours after the roof of a mobile home in another part of our trailer park (yes, we are trailer traash--and very proud of it, thank you very much!) under the weight of all of the apocalyptic snow that has been falling in the Nutmeg State in the past month. The snow that has accumulated thus far, none of is which is particularly good, humanly speaking, for man suffering from deep tissue damage to his toes as a result of frostbite, will dissipate only in a few months. This is the sort of stuff I saw in Fargo, North Dakota, when working as the communications director for the conciliar "bishop" there twenty-two years ago. It's a chastisement!
Look at me. I'm digressing again. What can you expect from a man who has had no truly restful night of sleep in about three weeks? Lucidity? Coherence? Come on, let's be realistic. A little digression now and again can be a good thing, especially since there are so very few people who access these articles to amuse.
Well, you see, there was a point to the digression: I don't waste my time listening to naturalists blather on about world events. Even those who see trees well enough, such as Iraq War hawk and former United States States Ambassador John Bolton, whose understanding of the geopolitical situation on the ground in Egypt is, unlike his views on the Iraq War, probably as decent an assessment of the situation as one will find from a naturalist (see
Democracy in Egypt?), do not understand the deeper, supernatural causes of world events.
It is not enough, though, to understand the whys and wherefores of the proximate causes of a situation as one attempts to judge what the future might hold in temporal terms. One must understand the true antecedent roots of problems that seem to erupt almost all at once. That's why there are so very few people who read these articles (fewer yet who choose to support the articles or the new recordings, which are being accessed by more people than read the articles, with a nice, thoughtful non-deductible financial gift of anywhere between two and five dollars that would help to keep wolves around from our doorstep). So few people, agitated by the devil's lies of the various naturalistic forces of Judeo-Masonry, want to think in supernatural terms. Those who do not want to do so now might as well quit the reading of this short article and move on to some other destination in cyberspace.
There are two aspects to the violence taking place in Egypt, a land that gave us over ninety saints prior to the invasion of the Mohammedan hordes in the early Seventh Century, that I want to address in this third consecutive mercifully brief article (fatigue for your writer means shorter articles for you).
First, it is truly laughable that the Secretary of State of the United States of America, Hillary Rodham Clinton, is calling upon the government of the octogenarian Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, who has been in power on October 14, 1981, eight days after the assassination of President Anwar El-Sadat on October 6, 1981, to use restraint in its efforts to restore order in Egypt as protestors take to the streets and engage in a variety of acts, some peaceful and others violent. Mrs. Clinton is even threatening American foreign aid, which is over one billion dollars a year, to Egypt if such restraint is not used and the voice of the "people" for reform is not heeded. Here is Secretary Clinton's statement:
I would like to say something about the unfolding events in Egypt.
We continue to monitor the situation very closely. We are deeply concerned about the use of violence by Egyptian police and security forces against protestors, and we call on the Egyptian Government to do everything in its power to restrain the security forces. At the same time, protestors should also refrain from violence and express themselves peacefully.
As we have repeatedly said, we support the universal human rights of the Egyptian people, including the right to freedom of expression, of association and of assembly. We urge the Egyptian authorities to allow peaceful protests and to reverse the unprecedented steps it has taken to cut off communications. These protests underscore that there are deep grievances within Egyptian society, and the Egyptian Government needs to understand that violence will not make these grievances go away.
As President Obama said yesterday, reform is absolutely critical to the well being of Egypt. Egypt has long been an important partner of the United States on a range of regional issues. As a partner, we strongly believe that the Egyptian Government needs to engage immediately with the Egyptian people in implementing needed economic, political, and social reforms. We continue to raise with the Egyptian Government, as we do with other governments in the region, the imperative for reform and greater openness and participation to provide a better future for all. We want to partner with the Egyptian people and their government to realize their aspirations to live in a democratic society that respects basic human rights.
When I was recently in the region, I met with a wide range of civil society groups and I heard from them about ideas they have that would improve their countries. The people of the Middle East, like people everywhere, are seeking a chance to contribute and to have a role in the decisions that will shape their lives. As I said in Doha, leaders need to respond to these aspirations and to help build that better future for all. They need to view civil society as their partner, not as a threat. (Secretary Clinton's Remarks on Egyptian Crisis.)
Caesar Barackus Obamus Ignoramus himself has made a direct plea with Hosni Mubarak to respect the desires of the protestors for greater freedom, calling upon the Egyptian dictator to oversee economic and social reforms and to ease up on repressing political dissent:
THE PRESIDENT: Good evening, everybody. My administration has been closely monitoring the situation in Egypt, and I know that we will be learning more tomorrow when day breaks. As the situation continues to unfold, our first concern is preventing injury or loss of life. So I want to be very clear in calling upon the Egyptian authorities to refrain from any violence against peaceful protestors.
The people of Egypt have rights that are universal. That includes the right to peaceful assembly and association, the right to free speech, and the ability to determine their own destiny. These are human rights. And the United States will stand up for them everywhere.
I also call upon the Egyptian government to reverse the actions that they’ve taken to interfere with access to the Internet, to cell phone service and to social networks that do so much to connect people in the 21st century.
At the same time, those protesting in the streets have a responsibility to express themselves peacefully. Violence and destruction will not lead to the reforms that they seek.
Now, going forward, this moment of volatility has to be turned into a moment of promise. The United States has a close partnership with Egypt and we've cooperated on many issues, including working together to advance a more peaceful region. But we've also been clear that there must be reform -- political, social, and economic reforms that meet the aspirations of the Egyptian people.
In the absence of these reforms, grievances have built up over time. When President Mubarak addressed the Egyptian people tonight, he pledged a better democracy and greater economic opportunity. I just spoke to him after his speech and I told him he has a responsibility to give meaning to those words, to take concrete steps and actions that deliver on that promise.
Violence will not address the grievances of the Egyptian people. And suppressing ideas never succeeds in making them go away. What’s needed right now are concrete steps that advance the rights of the Egyptian people: a meaningful dialogue between the government and its citizens, and a path of political change that leads to a future of greater freedom and greater opportunity and justice for the Egyptian people.
Now, ultimately the future of Egypt will be determined by the Egyptian people. And I believe that the Egyptian people want the same things that we all want -- a better life for ourselves and our children, and a government that is fair and just and responsive. Put simply, the Egyptian people want a future that befits the heirs to a great and ancient civilization.
The United States always will be a partner in pursuit of that future. And we are committed to working with the Egyptian government and the Egyptian people -- all quarters -- to achieve it.
Around the world governments have an obligation to respond to their citizens. That's true here in the United States; that's true in Asia; it is true in Europe; it is true in Africa; and it’s certainly true in the Arab world, where a new generation of citizens has the right to be heard.
When I was in Cairo, shortly after I was elected President, I said that all governments must maintain power through consent, not coercion. That is the single standard by which the people of Egypt will achieve the future they deserve.
Surely there will be difficult days to come. But the United States will continue to stand up for the rights of the Egyptian people and work with their government in pursuit of a future that is more just, more free, and more hopeful.
Thank you very much. (The Situation in Egypt.)
Why is this laughable. Well, this is a case of an American "kettle" lecture Egyptian "pots."
For starters, my friends, what about the right of the American people to oppose baby-killing under cover of the civil law (how much coverage was there of the March for Life this past Monday, January 24, 2011, the Feast of Saint Timothy?) and ObamaCare and all of the other statist measures proposed by the current caesar and his administration that we are supposed to accept with shouts of excited joy and massive applause lest we be deemed part of the dreaded "haters" in the "anti-government movement.
That is, could you imagine if massive protests against the statist policies, many of which are designed to curb legitimate dissent from the current regime's policies, of the administration of President Barack Hussein Obama and Vice President Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr. erupted in this country after years of legitimate grievances over statism and excessive taxation and overregulation that have "built up over the years"? Such protestors would be called by our statist captors of the naturalist "left" as "anti-government" fanatics, people who had whipped up into a frenzy of hatred and violence by the "harsh," "shrill," "hateful" and "uncivil" voices of the naturalistic "right" that belong to the likes of Sarah Heath Palin and Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck and Sean Hannity and Michael Savage, et al. The current group of governing caesars would have no qualms about using armed force to quell such demonstrations. After all, didn't Barack Hussein Obama say three years ago that "We are the ones we have been waiting for"? Such protests would be deemed by the caesars as "illegitimate" because they aimed at the beneficent policies of an "enlightened" leader who has their best interests at heart even though they are too stupid--and perhaps too racist (see Racism Hurt Dems In November, Says Rep)--to realize that this is the case.
Suppressing ideas never makes them go away? Oh, come on Caesar Obamus. Your leftist claque of fascistic ideologues believes that they can suppress opposition to you and your evil policies of statism and baby-killing by calling those who dare to express such oppositions all manner of hideous names and seeking to tar their reputations for daring to question your superior wisdom, wit and intelligence in comparison with us poor peasants who do not understand how truly "blessed" we are to have you spend this country further into bankruptcy than it had been taken by your immediate predecessor, Caesar Georgii Bushus Ignoramus. Your leftist claque of ideologues believes that dissent from your policies must be based in racism or hatred or utter incapability of understanding why they must accede to you without complaint, less yet of active criticism.
Without at all justifying the actions of the Egyptian government or those of the protestors in Egypt, whose ranks, it appears, have been swelled yesterday by the desire of the leaders of the so-called "Muslim Brotherood" in Egypt to exploit this complex phenomenon for their own purposes of overthrowing the corrupt secularist regime of the eight-two year old Mubarak and his crime syndicate cronies, this is indeed quite a remarkable case of American kettles lecturing Egyptian pots.
Second, it was because of a bomb that killed twenty-one people outside of a Coptic Orthodox church in Alexandria, Egypt, which was served by, among others, Saint Athanasius and Saint Cyril of Alexandria and Saint Peter of Alexandria--and the city in which Saint Catherine of Alexandria was born and from which she traveled to Rome, suffering martyrdom there before her body was taken by angels to Mount Sinai, on Saturday, January 1, 2011, four weeks ago today, that the false "pontiff," Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI, called what can be termed his "Assisi III" event to take place nine months from now, that is, in October of this year. Although this madness was reviewed in Unity and Peace Cannot Be Based in Error and Falsehood, part two, it is perhaps useful to note here that the false "pope's" belief that the Mohammedan world will respond to to the pleadings for "peace" made at an "inter-religious prayer" jamboree the city made famous by a saint who sought to convert Mohammedans to the true Faith (see Frank Rega's excellent book, Saint Francis of Assisi and the Conversion of the Muslims) is being dashed right before his very eyes. He is, however, incapable of seeing this, of accepting of this, of believing that so-called "moderate" Mohammedans are not representative of the people in the streets of Cairo and Alexandria and other Egyptian cities at this time.
There is only one way to stop the violence in Egypt and elsewhere in the Middle East: seek with urgency the conversion of all non-Catholics, whether Jews or Mohammedans, steeped as they are in the ravages of Original Sin and of their own Actual Sins, and of the Orthodox themselves, who dissent from major matters contained in the Sacred Deposit of Faith that Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ has entrusted exclusively to His Catholic Church for Its eternal safekeeping and infallible explication, to the true Catholic Church, outside of which there can be no salvation and without which there can be no true or lasting social order. Ratzinger/Benedict is every bit as much stuck in the 1960s as is Barack Hussein Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton. I've got news for these
Kindred Spirits of the New World Order: The Sixties are over. Get over it.
Yes, Egypt is a land that was blessed by the very presence of the Second Person of the Most Blessed Trinity made Man in His Most Blessed Mother's Virginal and Immaculate Womb, Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, during the time that the Holy Family had taken flight into Egypt. Saint Joseph, the Patron of the Universal Church and the Protector of the Faithful, found refuge for his Most Chaste Spouse and his Divine foster-Child in Egypt. He toiled as a carpenter in Egypt. He learned the ways of the Egyptians. This was all done to fulfill the words of Sacred Scripture as Our Lord, the New Moses, was called out of Egypt to the Promised Land that Moses was permitted to see but not permitted to enter prior to his death. Our Lord returned to the Promised Land of the Patriarchs and Prophets to redeem us so that we could have the opportunity to be partakers of the true and eternal Promised Land that is Heaven itself. Egypt is much favored by Our Lord and His Most Blessed Mother and His foster-father, Saint Joseph. Much favored.
Mystics have written about how the very presence of Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ in Egypt predisposed this country to produce such great saints, some of whom suffered at the hands of pagans, in such a short space of time after His Resurrection and Ascension into Heaven and the beginning of the missionary work of Holy Mother Church following the descent of the Third Person of the Most Blessed Trinity, God the Holy Ghost, upon the Apostles and Our Lady and the others who were gathered in the same Upper Room in Jerusalem where He had instituted the Holy Eucharist and the Holy Priesthood at the Last Supper fifty-three days before. Egypt is the land not only of the Egyptian saints listed above, it is the land of Saints Antony of the Desert and Saint Paul the Hermit, who was buried in a tunic that had been worn by Saint Athanasius and who was visited when he was 113 years old by the great son of Dalmatia, Saint Jerome, and Saint Paul the Simple and Saints Chrysanthus and Daria and Saint Dorothy and Saint Maurice and his companions of the Thebian Legion and Saint Vitalis and Saint Mary of Egypt, among scores of others!
Egypt was a land suffused with Catholicism. This is why the devil struck at the heart of this country by means of those who belonged to the false religion known as Mohammedanism in the Seventh Century Anno Domini, and it is this Mohammedan invasion of Egypt that is responsible for the chaos there today as Catholicism is but the one and only foundation of personal and social order. And, no, my good and extremely few readers, you are not going to hear any of this from the lips of Glenn Beck or Rush Limbaugh or Sean Hannity or Michael Savage or John Bolton or any other naturalist of the false opposite of the "right." The remote cause of the distress being visited upon Egypt now, which certainly has many and sundry proximate causes, to be sure, is the replacement of Catholicism by Mohammedanism as the driving force in Egypt, and no "Assisi III" event is or can change that reality.
Let the caesars of the realm and the lords of Modernism in the counterfeit church of conciliarism heed these words of clear, immutable Catholic Church contained in Pope Pius XI's Ubi Arcano Dei Consilio, December 23, 1922:
There exists an institution able to safeguard the sanctity of the law of nations. This institution is a part of every nation; at the same time it is above all nations. She enjoys, too, the highest authority, the fullness of the teaching power of the Apostles. Such an institution is the Church of Christ. She alone is adapted to do this great work, for she is not only divinely commissioned to lead mankind, but moreover, because of her very make-up and the constitution which she possesses, by reason of her age-old traditions and her great prestige, which has not been lessened but has been greatly increased since the close of the War, cannot but succeed in such a venture where others assuredly will fail.
It is apparent from these considerations that true peace, the peace of Christ, is impossible unless we are willing and ready to accept the fundamental principles of Christianity, unless we are willing to observe the teachings and obey the law of Christ, both in public and private life. If this were done, then society being placed at last on a sound foundation, the Church would be able, in the exercise of its divinely given ministry and by means of the teaching authority which results therefrom, to protect all the rights of God over men and nations. (Pope Pius XI, Ubi Arcano Dei Consilio, December 23, 1922.)
Any questions? No, you are not going to hear our caesars of the false "pontiff" of the naturalists of the "left" or the "right" speaking in such a way. They believe that they can "solve" things are on their own by their own naturalistic "lights."
The false spirits that unite the likes of Barack Hussein Obama Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI emanate from an evil spirit, the Master of Lies and the Prince of Darkness. Catholicism and Catholicism alone is the one and only foundation of personal and social order. Inter-religious "prayer services" and "dialogue" are from the devil. To convince adherents of false religions that they must be "faithful" to their false beliefs is of the devil. This very clear. This is the talk and the work of Antichrist.
The path to the peace of Christ the King runs through the Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of Mary. She told us so in the Cova da Iria near Fatima, Portugal, nearly ninety-four years ago now. The Fatima Message is more relevant today than ever before. We must take this message seriously in our own lives, remembering that one week day is the second First Saturday of the year of Our Lord 2011, the First Saturday of the month of February.
The hour is, yes, yet again, very late. I must arise early. I am "shaky tired," and I don't even drink alcoholic beverages (and I never have as I could never stand the few drops of alcohol that I have tasted--yuk). It's time for sleep. Correction: it's time to try to get some sleep, God willing and Our Lady interceding.
Pray your Rosaries. Keep making sacrifices to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus through the Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of Mary. Remember that that Immaculate Heart of Mary will indeed triumph in the end.
Vivat Christus Rex! Viva Cristo Rey!
Isn't it time to pray a Rosary now?
Immaculate Heart of Mary, triumph soon.
Viva Cristo Rey! Vivat Christus Rex!
Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us.
Saint Joseph, pray for us.
Saints Peter and Paul, pray for us.
Saint John the Baptist, pray for us.
Saint John the Evangelist, pray for us.
Saint Michael the Archangel, pray for us.
Saint Gabriel the Archangel, pray for us.
Saint Raphael the Archangel, pray for us.
Saints Joachim and Anne, pray for us.
Saints Caspar, Melchior and Balthasar, pray for us.
Saint Francis de Sales, pray for us.
See also: A Litany of Saints