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Monday, December 6, 2021

HE WAS NEVER BORN: Empty Manger, Empty Cross

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HE WAS NEVER BORN: Empty Manger, Empty Cross

Editor's Introduction: I get it. The 'Happy Holidays' bit has been done to death. We all agree on what the proper greeting is to be this time of year. On the other hand, maybe we're missing some of the larger issue here. 'Happy Holidays' is not just some lame attempt to be inclusive on the part of well-trained department store clerks. There's more to it than that.

The war on 'Merry Christmas' is a war on the birth of Jesus Christ. If the Revolution can eradicate His birthday, so they think, maybe they can make Christ disappear altogether, by making it seem that He was never born, sort of like George Bailey after Clarence Odbody had granted him his fatal wish. No birthday, no birth. No birth, no Incarnation.

In any event, our latest Remnant Underground tackles the question on a more fundamental level. We attempt to reignite the restoration of Christian Culture by focusing on the restoration of the Christian Holy Day traditions, starting with Christmas. The gloves come off in this one, and I hope RTV viewers will understand why.  As I see it, we're almost out of time. The Revolution is resetting our world, trying to poison our children (morally, spiritually, and now physically), destroying not just our Church but our countries too, waging war on the Christian family, and telling God to go to Hell. Isn't it time for us to get serious about fighting back? 

Wouldn't now be a good time to reclaim what is rightfully ours by birth and baptism, one family at a time? I think it is. In fact, I know it is. 

The reaction to this call to arms has been enthusiastic, and we've received support for the idea from all around the world. I hope you'll join the war effort, which as far as I'm concerned begins in earnest on Christmas 2021.

What follows are two letters from friends and allies who most certainly "get the point" of our new video: CULTURE VULTURES: How the Globalists Stole Christmas.  Please see the next issue of The Remnant Newspaper for a whole series of letters on this topic form around the world.

I hope you'll watch and share this video far and wide. And yes, to hell with 'Happy Holidays'.

God bless you, keep the Faith and Happy Advent.

In Christo Rege,
Michael J. Matt 

 

 

Fear and Madness: A Letter from Ireland

Editor, The Remnant: After watching the video 'CULTURE VULTURES: How the Globalists Stole Christmas', I agree with your sentiments that it's not just the Latin Mass that we should be nurturing (and rightly) but the Catholic culture around us, whatever is left of it.

Here in Ireland, it was unthinkable only 10 years ago that we would vote for same-sex marriage and then abortion. But the secular liberals were banging at the Church door for years before these demonic laws were passed, trying to break down our faith and they succeeded with the help of liberal governments, blatantly biased media and a greatly weakened and watered down Church. It was their Great Reset.

And indeed, Michael, as Traditional Catholics, now is the time for our own Great Reset. Unfortunately, we have an enormous uphill battle. Ireland has grown so anti-Catholic now that I would say we are the 'poster boys' of the European Union (EU) and all that it stands for: promoting gay lifestyles, with for example, many of our 'Catholic' schools flying the so-called Pride flag; biased reporting on abortion through all the main channels of media; 'green' policies that will lead to large families being despised and shunned; and finally we are one of the highest double-vaccinated nations in the EU and who are the Irish blaming for the huge increase in COVID cases lately? Yes, you guessed right - the unvaccinated!

This morning's largest selling newspaper in the country reads like a piece from George Orwell's 1984. And I quote: "A comfortable majority believe the Covid-19 unvaccinated should face greater movement restrictions, according to a nationwide Kantar opinion poll. In an indication that public patience is wearing thin, 56% overall say those who have not taken a vaccine should face travel restrictions and workplace bans — a view that increases to 63% among the fully vaccinated and 69% of older people." (Sunday Independent, 5th Dec 21)

Fear and madness have taken over our country. Our old people are sick with worry, young people are going along with mask and vaccine mandates to live a 'normal' life, 'booster' shots are being introduced and now 7-8 year-olds upwards have to wear masks in classrooms with the windows open and no jackets on!  To put this in an American context, if Ireland was a US State, we would be blue - deep, deep, blue!

But then fear is nothing new to us committed Irish Catholics, though we are few in number. For centuries we kept our faith alive with our Mass rocks and our Rosary. And we'll do the same today. Our gracious Virgin Mary is our guide because 'never was it known that anyone who fled to her protection was left unaided'. She is our confidence that victory is inevitable.

The battle starts with Our Lady and it ends in her triumph.

St Patrick, pray for us.

God Bless,

Tom English
(Knights of the Immaculate, Militia Immaculatae)

 

Happy Birthday, Baby Jesus...from Croatia

Editor, The Remnant: I loved your latest video, and just wanted to share that Croats in Croatia and Bosnia and Hercegovina still have this tradition where we teach our children that Child Jesus is Christmas gift giver. 

Also, I wanted to share our history of keeping the faith and catholic tradition; as I am Croat living in Zagreb, Croatia now but I was born in Bosnia and Hercegovina and am a refugee of war from 1992. My ancestors kept the faith through 400 years of very cruel Ottoman Islamic occupation, and in more recent history, communism.  We know what's at stake. 

Thank you for your work, may God bless you and your family!

Kind regards,

Martina Bobetko

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