Last evening, November 12, I was fortunate to attend a presentation given by Alexander Tschugguel. He is, of course, the young man who cleansed that church in Rome that had been polluted by the pachamama idols. His talk was hosted by the Washington Bureau of the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property.
Tschugguel explained his reasons for his actions and went into more of the underpinnings behind the Amazon Synod. In brief, the synod was a step in the establishment of a one-world government that is, among other things, completely antithetical to Jesus Christ and His One True Church. They are advancing their causes under the covers of environmentalism and borderless societies. James Bascom, an official of the local TFP, made similar points in his remarks following Tschugguel's.
I recorded these two presentations and am in the midst of processing that footage. I should be able to post the video by tomorrow. The video was cut short simply because my camcorder battery was exhausted, but I believe the salient points were captured. Please watch the entire thing. What is discussed there is not just an interesting story of occurrences in Europe, but will have major impacts on your own parish. At this very moment, the US bishops are conducting their semi-annnual meeting in Baltimore, and they are being strong-armed into implementing the pope's progressive goals. Of course a goodly percentage of the bishops are on board with him anyway. I will have more on that tomorrow when I publish the video.
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