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The World of Well-Behaved Women, Part 2
(Part 1 here)

The thought-provoking bumper sticker “Well-Behaved Women Seldom Make History” should be ripped from every car bumper on which it is displayed.

I mean it. In a previous piece, I explored what exactly “well-behaved” meant, and if a woman can be well-behaved and still make history.

Thursday, April 13, 2023

We Are Not So Smart After All


Bob Fu was born in Shandong Province, in the People’s Republic of China (PRC). His older siblings survived Chinese Communist Party (CCP)-caused famine. Bob, whose birth name is Xiqiu, was among the protestors in Tiananmen Square in 1989. Nevertheless, Fu was seriously considering joining the CCP, which is the path of upward mobility for many in China still.

“And if Christ be not risen again, then is our preaching vain, and your faith is also vain.” (1 Corinthians 15:14)

Brothers: Clear out the old yeast
so that you may be a new dough,
since you are unleavened.
For Christ our Passover has been sacrificed.

Therefore, let us feast: not with the old leaven,
nor with the ferment of malice and wickedness:
but with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth.
I Cor 5: 7-8

The modern world is held hostage by lies. Everything that is theorized by the elite, affirmed by the Institutions, and propagandized by the media is a lie, a falsehood, and a deception.

I wish every reader of The Remnant a blessed Eastertide. This feast more than any other, serves to remind us that as dark as our predicament is today, it was still darker for the first Christians at the very birth of Christianity. The Feast of the Resurrection calls to mind that even as the Third Day was imminent then, when Christ hung from the Cross two thousand years ago, so too is the Third Day imminent for us. We just need to resolve to keep the Faith as they did, and to follow Magdalene from the Cross to the Tomb.

A Triduum Greeting to Remnant Readers

Vexilla regis prodeunt, fulget crucis mysterium: The insignia of the King advance, the Mystery of the Cross shines forth. These are the words of the hymn which we have sung during the moving liturgical celebration of Good Friday, when the Blessed Sacrament is carried from the Sepulcher to the altar for the Communion of the priest. And these same solemn words were adopted in 1793 as the hymn of the Vendéean Army during the heroic Catholic uprising against the French Revolution.

In this RTV Short, we offer a snapshot of old-world Christianity. It's Holy Week and this is still how it is celebrated in the streets of many cities in Spain. (Have no fear, my protestant friends, these Catholics are no more "worshipping statues" than we would be "worshipping floats" at a July 4th parade).

I offer this video as a touching example of what we've nearly lost, have not lost yet, and must see fully restored one day. The New World Order hates everything this represents, but they have nothing to replace or rival it.

Here is the Faith of Our Fathers in action, so powerful that Christians still take to the streets to manifest their love for Christ during this holiest week of the year.


The very day of his resurrection Jesus celebrates the Mass along the way to Emmaus with the unsuspecting Cleophas and his companion. 

If you don’t do stupid things, you won’t end up in tragedy.”  - Chinese Proverb

BEFORE THE INK was dry on the CCP/Bergoglio secret pact, tragedy unfolded. It was inevitable and totally predictable.  The power hungry Bergoglio desperately wanted a deal with the global powerhouse CCP.  Disaster ensued. Bergoglio’s recklessness united the world in condemnation of his covert and nefarious pact with the devil. See here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.

New from Remnant TV...

In this week’s Remnant Underground, Michael J. Matt kicks off Holy Week with a discussion of the plight of the Christian community in the Holy Land, which in a few years will cease to exist. 

My heart hath expected reproach and misery :
And I looked for one who would grieve together with me, but there was none :
And I searched for one who would comfort me, and I found none :
And they gave me gall for my food, and in my thirst, they gave me vinegar to drink.  -
Ps 68:21-22

Israël es tu Rex, Davidis et inclyta proles. You are the King of Israel, the noble lineage of David. In these solemn words of the ancient hymn to Christ the King, we find the Holy Church identified with Israel, the People of God with the Chosen People. Plebs Hebræa tibi cum palmis obvia venit: cum prece, voto, hymnis, adsumus ecce tibi: the Hebrew people came to meet you with palms: behold we too stand before you with prayers, vows, and songs.