Stick a fork in Argentina. It has now been offered by their Senate for full service of the Enemy of the Soul. Sickening VIDEO

It is a tough beginning of the day.

The video in the tweet below is illustrative. What flashed through my head is the book by Michael O’Brian, Voyage To Alpha Centauri. US HERE – UK HERE  Esp. this part HERE

I literally had a moment of nausea as I listening to the chant of what is obviously a majority mob of women.

Stick a fork in Argentina. It has now been offered by their Senate for full service of the Enemy of the Soul.

As far as @Pontifex is concerned, I don’t have a strong recollection that after that pronouncement he actually did anything regarding his native place.

EVIL… jumping around and jibbering.

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  1. Spinmamma says:

    It is scenes like this that bring me to the brink of despair. So many lost souls. So many doomed innocents.

  2. VForr says:

    Sick! Those are not true women cheering in the street. True women would not cheer the death of children entrusted to their care. Definitely NOT what the Blessed Virgin Mary would do.

  3. Public Savant says:

    The same jubilation was seen in Ireland two and a half years ago. It’s heartbreaking and made all the more so by the lukewarm intervention by the now Archbishop emeritus of Dublin.

  4. WVC says:

    Behind every single one of those hysterical, shrieking harpies is a father who has completely failed in one of his most important missions in life. A failure he will have to answer for directly come Judgment Day.

  5. NOCatholic says:

    Sickening to watch those women celebrating what is really a vicious attack on their femininity.

    WVC: Absolutely right.

  6. jdt2 says:

    When considering the achievements made by St. JPII against the demonic Soviet empire in the early days of his Pontificate, it is most distressing to see the substantial ground the enemy seems to have recovered, using the pawns he is most easily able maneuver, even in the backyard of a man who seems to be more preoccupied with petty left wing activism best left to wealthy American suburbs and elite, tenured college professors. At times it seems Peter has left us to the wolves, but we still have Father Z, and Men of his stamp, and that is something to be grateful for.

  7. ChesterFrank says:

    Those rallies are similar to those of the third Reich’s, and just as orchestrated. They had nearly every international news media behind them to get the outcome a group of leaders desired. I doubt one will hear many cries of objection from the Argentinian pulpits, those cries will be silenced with dollars for the needy.

  8. Gab says:

    This situation is devastating, the floodgates will now be opened across all of South America, in time, and there’s not much any of us can do physically to stop this obvious diabolical movement. However, Our Lady of Fatima comes to mind, asking for penance and small sacrifices.

    The terrible vision of hell the three children had been shown made them very worried about sinners going to hell. They wanted to convert as many as they could through prayer and sacrifice. Sister Lucia recommended small penances: “The fact that they are small in themselves does not make them any less pleasing to God,” she said. “By means of them, we prove the delicacy of our fidelity and our love for God and for our neighbor.”

    In his encyclical, Spe Salvi, Pope Benedict XVI wrote asking us to revive the practice of offering things up as penance:

    I would like to add here another brief comment with some relevance for everyday living. There used to be a form of devotion—perhaps less practised today but quite widespread not long ago—that included the idea of “offering up” the minor daily hardships that continually strike at us like irritating “jabs”, thereby giving them a meaning … What does it mean to offer something up? Those who did so were convinced that they could insert these little annoyances into Christ’s great “com-passion” so that they somehow became part of the treasury of compassion so greatly needed by the human race. In this way, even the small inconveniences of daily life could acquire meaning and contribute to the economy of good and of human love. Maybe we should consider whether it might be judicious to revive this practice ourselves.

    I don’t know what else to do, apart from more prayers, penance and sacrifices. Our fight is with the demons.

  9. rwj says:

    The people in the crowd– basic reasoning tells you its nothing to dance about, whatever you think about abortion. Unless something so sad make you “happy”.

    Perhaps the next pontiff will establish an “doomsday clock” for the Eschaton.

    Its 100 seconds to midnight.

  10. robtbrown says:

    ChesterFrank says:

    Those rallies are similar to those of the third Reich’s, and just as orchestrated. exi

    That rally existed for one thing–television.

    I once saw on C-SPAN Tony Blankley. Among other things he said that Josef Goebbels is the father of the contemporary political campaign.

  11. Matheus Alpoin says:

    Father, brazilian media has reported that the Holy Father made an extensive behind the scenes campaign, asking members of the argentinian congress to reject it via phone calls (here, in portuguese: While one can still argue that this is not enough, it’s certainly something and I believe this is the way he prefers to act.

    [Leading from behind…]

  12. Diane says:

    May God have mercy on their souls. They know not what they do.

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  14. JonPatrick says:

    Strange that abortion is considered a women’s rights issue, when the majority of abortions worldwide are of females, given the number of places that practice sex selection abortions, especially India and China.

  15. marcelus says:

    Such a sad situation…Here in Argentina, roughly 70% of the population are against it. A push from the mad feminists from big cities. Some senators have switched their vote from back in 2018. They turned abortionists now .These guys will probably get a ‘warm’ welcome when they go back to their provinces….

    There was also this on the light blue side.

  16. James C says:

    He didn’t want to make a fuss and upset Jeffrey Sachs and his other climate-change partners.

  17. Semper Gumby says:

    The Human Sacrificers are at it again. That Bacchanalia will not end well, like it didn’t end well for the Canaanites, Phoenicians, Shang dynasty, Aztecs, Kali, National Socialists and Communists.

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