Catholics Are Accomplices in a “demonic industry” aka abortion-tainted vaccines…

Catholics Are Accomplices in a “demonic industry” aka abortion-tainted vaccines…

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  • westminsterfly

    Excuse me for being a bit dense, but I am a bit confused on this issue. I have to take Omeprazole for an acid reflux condition and have been concerned since I found out it has been tested with HEK-293. The author states “Barbieri targets ibuprofen, aspirin, omeprazole and even hydroxychloroquine. He tells us how each of these has used the HEK-293 stem cell line; but there is something amiss in his argument. In fact, even the casual reader will notice that all the HEK-293 tests on the drugs that were cited by Barbieri were accomplished within the last seven years. Those of us who have a memory of having used (or having known others who have used) these medications for several decades — long before abortion was legal — will ask the obvious question: How does latter-year testing of drugs that have been in existence and common use since at least the middle of the last century equate to abortion-tainted testing for development of new (e.g., COVID-19) and future vaccines? Well, it doesn’t equate at all; Barbieri is mixing up his apples and oranges.”
    Omeprazole was patented in 1978, and approved for medical use in 1988 so was already in use well before HEK-293 testing, which the author states were all done within the last seven years. Does that make it morally acceptable to take it? I certainly wouldn’t have any of the vaccines and if I have to take any other meds in future, I will certainly be examining their provenance very carefully before agreeing to take them.

    July 12, 2021 at 12:22 pm
    • Deacon Augustine


      Barbieri’s argument follows the same benighted thinking that (Fr) Schneider’s (LC) did before him.

      Just because a substance has been subjected to an immoral use long after it was first produced does not make it immoral in its genesis and, therefore, immoral to take thereafter.

      It would be the same as if I decided to test Jelly Babies on HEK-293. If I were to carry out an act of such perversion, would that thereby render all Jelly Babies to be immoral substances thereafter?

      The distinction which Schneider and Barbieri fail to make is that these vaccines depend upon HEK-293 for their creation in the first place – no HEK-293, no vaccine. That is not at all the same case as substances which were created in a totally moral fashion which are then tesed immorally many years later.

      They are either stupid, or they are deliberately trying to deceive the unwary. I hope it is the case that they are just stupid.

      July 12, 2021 at 4:35 pm
      • Marinaio

        We appreciate the succinct and clear way that you explained this, Deacon Augustine. Thank you! The article was already getting too long, but we should have given a short synopsis of the Children of God for Life site article linked in the text gives us the factual historical account. It is actually true that tissue from aborted babies whose mothers were declared “feeble-minded” was used in the development of the polio vaccine in the early half of the 20th Century. But there is no evidence whatsoever that what was then called “embryonic” (fetal) tissue was ever used in the development of any OTC medications. The distinction you make — used in development vs. later testing — is perfectly in accordance with historical fact. Thank you again.

        July 12, 2021 at 6:02 pm
      • Margaret Mary


        Your article from LSN is brilliant! Thank you for it.

        I don’t know how anyone, especially Catholics, could justify taking vaccines which use material from murdered unborn babies. It’s a shocker.

        July 12, 2021 at 7:16 pm
      • Deacon Augustine


        Thank you for producing such an excellent article in the first place.

        It is a subject close to my heart. If I had chosen to continue with my PhD, the project would have involved creating tissue cultures of motor-neurones taken from aborted babies – something I was not prepared to do.

        While I have no regrets about getting out of “science” when I did, I can still make use of the knowledge I gained to counter some of the rubbish that has been spouted about this wholly engineered travesty.

        July 12, 2021 at 9:32 pm
      • editor


        Firstly, thank you again for permission to publish your excellent article(s) on this crucially important topic here at Catholic Truth. Hugely appreciated.

        I know we’ve briefly discussed this by email, but for the benefit of the others, I’ll just mention my concerns about the description of Our Lord’s Passion and Crucifixion, by Emmanuele Barbieri, as “the very worst crime in all history” which you cite in your article.

        As I mentioned to you by email, I’d already planned a piece for the September newsletter on this manner of referring to Our Lord’s Passion and Death. Commentators, for example, not infrequently will speak/write about Christ having been “killed”.

        This is not the case, and is very misleading.

        It is understandable that writers will seek ways to make Our Lord’s suffering and death “understandable” or “relevant” to modern audiences but to refer to His suffering and death in this way is to make Christ subordinate to the Pharisees and the Romans and to make Him a victim in the wrong sense.

        Without quoting the Gospels and/or St Paul’s writings, suffice to say that Christ embraced His death; He chose to sacrifice Himself for us.

        Again, thank you for permission to publish your first class article on this humble blog.

        Finally, I would just draw everyone’s attention to the fact that I have supplied a link to another of Marinaio’s articles on the subject, at the end of my “Comment” in the introduction above.

        July 12, 2021 at 10:11 pm
      • Marinaio

        Well said, dear Editor! We agree completely. As we say in Naval Aviation, you always give us just the right “stick and rudder” in your guidance.

        July 12, 2021 at 11:20 pm
      • editor


        Thank you for your kind words.

        So, how come I always give “us” the right stick and rudder but I never give myself the right amount of chocolate? 😀

        I do ask silly questions sometimes. Here’s another one…

        July 13, 2021 at 12:09 am
      • Marinaio

        I should mention that it was our wording, though, not Mr. Barbieri’s. I think I may have inadvertently misled you in my email regarding our collaboration with Dr. Newbury, apparently making it sound as if Mr. Barbieri wrote those words. He did not, it was our poor wording. Mea culpa…

        July 12, 2021 at 11:24 pm
      • editor


        Oops! I did misunderstand. Never mind, we you all make mistakes sometimes… 😀

        July 13, 2021 at 12:11 am
      • Margaret Mary

        Deacon Augustine,

        Your last sentence made me LOL!

        I’m grateful for your distinction about the immoral use long after drugs were first produced, not making it immoral to use them. It’s about something being created, using fetal material. That’s a relief, given that so much “updating” will be going on all the time.

        July 12, 2021 at 7:19 pm
      • westminsterfly

        Thanks Deacon Augustine,
        All is perfectly clear now. And thanks to Marinaio for the original article, which has certainly helped me and two other people I know who were struggling a bit with this issue.

        July 13, 2021 at 9:09 am
    • Athanasius


      I agree with Deacon Augustine, there is no moral law fobidding use of drugs subjected to testing using abortion cell lines long after the drug was produced and put on the market.

      I have no idea why the pharmaceutical industry would want to test authorised drugs in this way once they’re in circulation, but there’s no moral barrier to using them since this evil method is an addition after the fact and thefefore not implicit to the original creation and testing of the drug.

      July 12, 2021 at 5:44 pm
    • editor


      “Excuse me for being dense…”

      You’re not dense… Unless, er, this is you?

      July 13, 2021 at 12:25 am
      • westminstefly

        LOL! No it’s not me. Just got a book this morning called ‘Rapid Virus Recovery’ – will let you know it it’s any good. It’s about natural treatments for any viruses without recourse to vaccines. Apparently you can download it free as well.

        July 13, 2021 at 9:17 am
      • Lily

        Westminster Fly,

        Thanks for that link. I look forward to your feedback.

        July 13, 2021 at 5:58 pm
  • westminsterfly

    This is truly shocking as well:

    July 12, 2021 at 1:15 pm
    • RCAVictor


      There appears to be a faulty leap in Dr. Brandolino’s reasoning: she cites a 2013 decision of a U.S. court regarding modified human genomes, but then describes this as “international law.” The information, nevertheless, is terrifying.

      July 12, 2021 at 4:16 pm
  • Deacon Augustine

    Thank you editor – one of the best analyses of the situation I have read so far.

    IMO the category of “remote material co-operation” is a complete red herring in this case as its traditional use has been to describe co-operation in a present or future sin. It has not been used to justify co-operation in a sin which has taken place in the past and in which the co-operator has full knowledge of both that sin and its gravity.

    If I am mistaken in that opinion, I am happy to be corrected. However, it seems to me that benefitting from abortion-tainted vaccines is much more akin to being an accessory after the fact as would be the case of receipt of stolen goods, benefitting from the proceeds of crime and money-laundering etc. – all of which carry severe penalties in civil and criminal law, not to speak of the moral law.

    Quite apart from the immorality of these vaccines and the benefitting from them, it is notable that the guidance from the PAL in 2005 made one of the conditions of their liceity the fact that they had been proven to be safe. As you may be aware, all the vaccines currently approved for use against covid have been approved on an “emergency use authorization” precisiely because the phase 3 of their clinical trials is not scheduled to be completed until 2022/23. Everybody who has received them in good faith has been unwittingly participating in a mass experiment without having the information to be able to give informed consent. This in itself is grossly immoral and contravenes the Nuremberg protocols drawn up after WWII to outlaw medical experimentation on human beings without full and free consent being given.

    These vaccines are not safe – the numbers killed by them and the number of severe adverse events are of the same order of magnitude as the number of lives purportedly saved by them. In every previous vaccine trial, such statistics would have been sufficient to have the trial scrapped. The long-term effects on fertility, auto-immune disorders, circulatory diseases and potential carcinogenic effects are all unknown, but have raised sufficient red flags for many (brave) scientists to call for the vaccination programmes to cease. Even the inventor of mRNA vaccine technology – Dr Robert Malone – has warned about the cyto-toxicity of the covid spike proteins which these vaccines produce in the human body, and has called for the cessation of vaccinations.

    For all these “experts” in the hierarchy and without, who have argued for the liceity of the vaccines and encouraged people to take them, not only have they been complicit in encouraging people to benefit from immoral acts, but they have also encouraged people to take a course of action which could be very damaging for their own health and that of their children.

    In the case of the emergency covid vaccines, the pharmaceutical companies have been granted statutory immunity from prosecution for the production, sales and marketing of lethal/dangerous medical treatments. There is no legal recourse against them. However, I believe that the Holy See, the bishops of the Catholic Church, Fr Schneider, Fr Barbieri, Prof de Mattei et al., do not have the luxury of such immunity of prosecution from those who follow their bad advice. I, for one, would be happy to donate my time and research abilities, free of charge, to any class action that is brought against these actors by any people who have suffered as a result of following their bad advice.

    July 12, 2021 at 3:40 pm
    • Athanasius

      Deacon Augustine

      I agree that this article of Mariano is masterly and I would extend my appreciation to your own response.

      I have of course written my own articles on the subject and also written privately to a number of senior Traditional priests trying to persuade them to retract their shocking and scandalous public approval of these new vaccines. Sadly, I have failed to change their views and they remain obstinate.

      What strikes me most about this is that the simple faithful seem to be able to morally discern the evil of these abortion-tainted vaccines while the clerical intellectuals appear to be completely blind. This phenomenon is not new since in the history of the Church every heresy has begun with a clerical intellectual whose pride blinded him to the truth. Indeed Vatican II is the example par excellence of clerical intellectuals who thought they could force a “New Pentecost” by their own lights and succeeded only in opening the Church to “the smoke of Satan”. Even yet, their blind obstinacy forbids them from admitting error while some simple faithful seek refuge in Tradition among the ruins of what was once a glorious citadel.

      It grieves me the more to see some senior Traditional Catholics – bishops, priests and laity – become blind by their own intellectual pride to the extent of offering sophisitc argument to justify cooperation in this great evil of our time while the simple Catholic can discern the moral truth so clearly, which is that one cannot cooperate with so great an evil as abortion under any circumstances.

      I expected the Modernists in the Church to push the vaccines because they frankly no longer have the supernatural Catholic Faith, but I never in my wildest imagination expected so-called Traditionalists to attempt for one second to justify this “sin crying to heaven for vengeance”. The fact that they have done so, and remain entrenched and obstinate, signals for me that Lucifer is making some serious gains within Tradition, using of course his tried and tested method – Pride!

      July 12, 2021 at 4:28 pm
      • Deacon Augustine


        I agree totally. One of the things which has caused me most concern about this horrible affair is the sight of people I once respected justifying – in print, with no caveat – the deriving of benefit from these horrendous crimes. And these crimes continue on a daily basis to furnish “science” with its raw materials.

        Didn’t somebody once warn of a coming diabolical disorientation? I had no idea it would extend to within the ranks of traditional Catholics the way it has. But, as you say, pride is a killer, and renders every one of us vulnerable.

        July 12, 2021 at 4:52 pm
  • RCAVictor

    Having read this superb summary, I have to fall back to my usual cynicism about the true motivation of these Catholic cicadas: follow the money. How many of the poisonous voices are attempting to preserve or achieve a tenured position at a university? How many are promoting their own books and lecture fees? How many are lined up for grants for “research” projects?

    This situation also highlights the ever-growing chasm between the “experts” (who were also responsible for Vatican II, including prelates, priests and theologians) and the man in the pew. This blog, website and newsletter, in fact, are the work of “the man in the pew,” a clear result of the failure of “experts” to preserve the Faith. Not only a failure to preserve, but a willful choice of betrayal.

    July 12, 2021 at 4:29 pm
    • Athanasius


      I would add to your list some Traditional priests who may perhaps view a little compromise with Modernist Rome as a worthy enterprise – for peace’ sake!

      July 12, 2021 at 5:47 pm
  • Josephine

    A brilliant article by Marinaio.

    There has been a case in Ireland where someone who has been fully vaccinated is now in ICU with Covid. The excuse is that this is a “breakthrough” case – not usual for someone to get infected after vaccination (though I think that’s false)

    July 12, 2021 at 7:29 pm
    • Deacon Augustine


      According to the official stats in the UK, around 40% of our current “cases” are occurring in people who have been vaccinated. There is nothing “breakthrough” about these – they knew from the outset that the vaccines would only produce partial immunity.

      Due to the fact that so many vaccinated people are becoming infected, it is highly likely that the next dominant variant will evolve within the vaccinated population. As they provide an environment that has selection pressure for the virus to develop vaccine resistance, the vaccines will be completely useless within months anyway.

      The vaccine developers made a huge strategic error in targeting the virus spike protein. This protein mutates far faster than the other proteins in the virus coat and hence was always going to be the most difficult target to keep on top of in immunological terms. Unless that was part of their plan all along…constant need for new vaccines against mutating spike proteins means constant source of new £££££££££

      July 12, 2021 at 9:06 pm
      • editor

        Deacon Augustine,

        I’ve been thinking about the constant bleating on (from Government) about the increased number of Covid “cases” and it got me wondering. Since, last time I checked, heart disease was known to be the biggest/most common cause of death in the UK, does anyone know how many “cases” of heart diseases there were today, or yesterday, or the day before – or at any point in the past year or so?

        July 12, 2021 at 9:52 pm
      • Deacon Augustine


        The ONS produces a monthly analysis of mortality here:

        I assume there will be similar data produced for Scotland.

        May 2021 is the last month for which full data are available and “Ischaemic heart diseases” came in as the winner with 3,780 victims, and Covid came in at a miserable 24th place with just 333 victims (even accounting for the pathetic “death within 28 days of a positive Covid test” criterion). Covid was even beaten by cancer of the bum which managed a respectable 6th place with 1,030.

        Of course, all these data relate only to deaths. “Cases” of heart disease would be far greater, but I don’t know whether they are recorded on a regular basis anywhere. I suspect that there is not so much “fear porn” that can be generated by cases of heart disease.

        July 12, 2021 at 10:53 pm
      • editor

        Deacon Augustine,

        That was/is my point – I was being a smart alec there… Think about it; we don’t hear daily numbers of “cases” for anything except Covid, not even the biggest killer disease in the UK – heart disease – so why are we being told the daily number of Covid “cases”?

        Obvious answer: because the paucity of deaths would soon have people thinking a tad more rationally than they have been doing this past 16 months.

        July 13, 2021 at 12:05 am
      • Athanasius

        Deacon Augustine

        What terrifies me about these new experimental vaccines is that Dr. Mike Yeadon and other scientists of similar eminent qualifications are predicting a delayed reaction leading potentially to a human catastrophe of many millions dead. They reckon that if this comes to pass, which they say is highly likely, then governments everywhere will blame a new dangerous variant of the virus rather than admit that the vaccines are responsible. I suppose autumn/winter 2021 will be the telling point in time.

        July 12, 2021 at 10:51 pm
      • Deacon Augustine


        I believe they are referring to ADE – antibody dependent enhancement – which is well known to occur in Dengue fever and was also observed with previous attempts to produce vaccines against coronaviruses after the SARS and MERS outbreaks.

        The bottom line as that those who are vaccinated could become extremely vulnerable to future variants – far more so than the unvaccinated. We cannot be sure that this will happen – we only know that it has happenend with every previous attempt to create a cornavirus vaccine.

        There are a litany of other adverse reactions being caused by the vaccines that we know of already, but the media is keeping a lid on this to aid the propaganda effort. I am sure that this has nothing to do with the fact that every major media outlet shares at least one exec. on their board with a pharmaceutical company.

        July 12, 2021 at 11:06 pm
  • wendywalker95

    Well done Editor on a really top class article i also have to add very very devout Muslims have also been hoodwinked into having and supporting this evil potion tragic and and huge chasm of evil for the future when possibly millions die not of covid but the snake oil

    July 13, 2021 at 11:57 am
  • editor

    I’ve just discovered that Father Matthew Schneider is busy misleading people on vaccines over at Gloria TV. Pleasingly, a Gloria TV blogger named Kevin has challenged him, redirecting readers to this blog – he gives the link to this thread, Deo gratias! His comment is near the top, too, so minimizing the damage which aforementioned Fr Schneider might achieve…

    July 13, 2021 at 2:17 pm
    • Deacon Augustine


      Schneider is all over social media misleading people with his egregious logic.

      A parishioner who is known to me followed the guidance of the English bishops who made similar argumentation as to why Catholics should receive the vaccines. She was 46 and in good health with no comorbidities – very low risk for Covid. 9 days after she received her “jab”, her 12 and 16 year old daughters came home from school and found her dead on the kitchen floor. Massive blood clots in her brain caused by thrombocytopaenia induced by the vaccination had killed her.

      Schneider et al are not only misleading souls to co-operate with evil, but they share in the responsibility for untold suffering and death caused by people of good will following their blind endorsement of these dangerous therapies. I say “blind endorsement” advisedly, because members of the neo-Catholic cult which Schneider inhabits are well known for their vows of blind obedience. It was their blind obedience to one of the worst perverts to ever found a religious order which led to their covering up his abuse and sodomy of his own illigitimate children for years.

      They will twist and distort anything to defend their superiors who are embedded in the Bergoglian dystopia. They should be avoided like the plague and the LC cult should have been suppressed years ago.

      Quite apart from the morality of the vaccines per se, Schneider is totally ignorant about the dangers of them with regards to physical life and health. For anybody who wants to know the dangers of the mRNA vaccines from the man who invented them, here is an interview between Robert Malone, Bret Weinstein (evolutionary biologist) and Steve Kirsch (philanthropist) which has largely been scrubbed from the internet by Google, Facebook, and the rest of the big tech censors:

      July 13, 2021 at 9:28 pm
      • Athanasius

        Deacon Augustine

        Well said indeed, I agree with every word. I fear greatly that come autumn/winter we are going to witness tens, if not hundreds, of millions of deaths as a result of these new gene therapies. I feel for the young family of that poor woman and I know there are many more like them who have suffered the same fate and yet had their tragic experience with this experimental vaccine programme silenced. It is, as I have said so many times, the greatest crime ever perpetrated against humanity. The truth will come out one day, though, it always does in the end!

        July 13, 2021 at 10:33 pm
      • editor

        Deacon Augustine,

        The thing is, Fr Schneider is very open about being diagnosed with autism, but isn’t that a disorder of the mind which should have prevented his ordination? It could certainly explain his apparent obsession with the vaccines.

        July 13, 2021 at 11:50 pm
      • westminsterfly

        Yes, I was wondering how he got ordained. I think he was diagnosed afterwards, but it should have been noticed during his formation, but then as Deacon Augustine says, the LC is a dangerous cult – the proverbial ‘house built on sand’ – and one autistic priest is probably the least of its problems. One of the traits of autism can be an obsession / fixation with certain ideas and an unwillingness / inability to see another point of view. I work with someone on the autistic spectrum who also has germophobic tendencies (and did have even before covid-19 came along) and he is obsessively pro-vaccine and over-cautious about cross-infection to an almost ridiculous degree. I find it quite challenging to work with him at times. Deacon Augustine’s post at 9.28pm is spot on.

        July 14, 2021 at 8:47 am
      • editor


        I’m not sure I ever knew, but if so, I can’t remember what LC represents. Maybe you’d refresh my memory – I’ve had another one of those days.

        God help these people with obsessive tendencies. I used to think I was a bit like that myself before Covid rambled into our lives. I tended to be a tad fussy about washing hands etc. Now, I realise I must have been the most unhygienic person on the planet 😀

        July 14, 2021 at 5:52 pm
      • westminsterfly

        LC is a priestly order called Legionaries of Christ (lay arm is called Regnum Christi) founded by monstrous pervert drug addict Marcial Maciel:

        July 15, 2021 at 8:52 am
      • westminsterfly

        You probably kept washing your hands because they were always covered in chocolate!

        July 15, 2021 at 10:36 am
      • Deacon Augustine


        I think that many of us have a somewhat romantic view about what goes on in seminaries and houses of formation with regards to discerning vocations. Most are so desperate to get men through the process that they only screen out those with “excessive” attachments to orthodoxy, tradition etc. Anything else goes, including the most vile unnatural behaviour.

        I am no expert on autism, but I would imagine that somebody who rigidly follows the rules that are given to him, does not question or challenge those in authority over him, and has sufficient intelligence to do the work set before him, would sail right through no matter what vices, character traits or foibles he has. Even more so in a cult like the LC.

        It is widely reported that the inability to empathize is a common symptom on the spectrum. I imagine that for even the most empathetic men who have not experienced natural fatherhood, seeing an ultrasound of your child in the womb, the birth of a child, the loss of a child, the pain of your wife going through a miscarriage and associated loss of the baby, it must be harder to relate to an unborn child as a real living human person in their own right. It is probably much easier to get sucked into the world’s propaganda that it is “just an embryo”, “just a foetus”, “just a blob of jelly” or “just a thing”. Now impose on that the condition of autism and how easy must it be to get sucked into the casuistry of “remote material co-operation”, “double effect” etc.?

        Add to that the general ignorance of what it takes to obtain a live sample of living, unborn human tissue which is suitable for cloning into an immortal cell line that is marketable to the world’s scientific community…its enough to make you weep.

        July 14, 2021 at 12:28 pm
      • westminsterfly

        Yes Deacon Augustine, you’re right again. Well they let this one sail through to ordination recently, as was widely publicised at the time:

        July 14, 2021 at 12:41 pm
      • editor

        Deacon Augustine,

        Any romantic views I held about seminaries disintegrated on reading Goodbye Good Men. That, and a mere glance around the crop of clergy currently “serving” us – albeit via Zoom and YouTube – and romance is now associated only with Mills and Boon (which, for the removal of all doubt, I never read!)

        July 14, 2021 at 5:55 pm
      • westminsterfly

        Prepare for further disintegration: ‘Hubby’ dies so surviving ‘spouse’ decides to become a priest – and is being ordained.

        July 15, 2021 at 10:44 am
      • Deacon Augustine


        It gets even more depressing when supposedly orthodox bishops think they know better and develop a blind spot to this perversion.

        At least one who got through in Portsmouth no longer seems to be in active ministry (after he tried to seduce a policeman), but one has to ask why he was ordained against good advice in the first place? And what of all the others who are still there?

        I hesitate to provide the following link, but if you choose to read it, say a prayer to St Michael first:

        July 15, 2021 at 11:49 am
      • westminsterfly

        Deacon Augustine,
        I went into that blog when Catholic Truth was covering the Fr Alexander Balzanella (Westminster) ordination scandal. There had been some interaction between the two blogs so I’m well aware of the type of clientele it attracts.
        All you can do is send the bishops copies of the 1961 and 2005 Vatican documents forbidding the ordination of men with homosexual tendencies, and ask how they can square that with what they are doing.

        July 15, 2021 at 1:06 pm
      • editor

        Deacon Augustine,

        As WF says, we already know about the Buckley Blog.

        I had a skim through the material and it seems to be happening in English Martyrs Parish in Reading – if so, I’m almost certain there was once a community of Carmelite nuns there; they are no longer there, and their monastery was bought and turned into flats, sadly, but they could sure use an enclosed community of religious praying for the parish and town now…

        July 15, 2021 at 1:41 pm
      • Deacon Augustine


        Fortunately Reading is well served by a group of faithful priests from the FSSP, and there is a good Polish priest in that part of the world too. And the SSPX are not a long drive from there either. 😉 If I had any sense I would move house…

        July 15, 2021 at 1:57 pm
  • Lily

    That’s a brilliant article by Marinaio – I’ve read through it more than once. It’s terrible to think that it is laymen like Marinaio sounding the warnings about these vaccines while the clergy are promoting them!
    It really is the diabolical disorientation warned about at Fatima.

    July 13, 2021 at 5:57 pm
  • editor

    I received this request for prayers by email today:

    My daughter in law, got a phone call from her mother in France today. Her mother is so worried that there is going to be vaccine required to even go shopping or to the doctors office. The president of France gave a talk on public television today saying that is what he was going to require. I just request that her parents and other family members remember that God can take care of us. Jesus and Mary can stop these politicians from doing such thing.

    Macron – another tyrant.

    July 15, 2021 at 1:43 pm
  • westminsterfly

    Yes and like most tyrants he’s a narcissist and probably a sociopath: 26,000 euros in a few months on make-up and beauty treatments for himself? Even Editor CT, glamorous as she is, doesn’t spend that much . . . I was reading that Germany was thinking about mandatory vaccines for all as well. Won’t be long before we’re up against it.

    July 15, 2021 at 3:15 pm
  • wendywalker95 July 18, 2021 at 1:10 pm
  • peterkristof

    Dear Friends,

    Wonderful article by Marinaio. I’m having a discussion with Tradical (i.e. Athanasius knows him) on the SD forum. He’s a good chap but supports the liceity of abortion-tainted vaccines. He doesn’t necessarily deny that more than one abortion was used in the HEK293 experimentation by Graham but he maintains that there is only one moral link to the specific individual murder in the 293rd experiment i.e. the last murder where a successful cell line was immortalized/created. He likens it to an example where a serial killer sells you one of his victim’s watches, you have benefited from the murder of that specific person only. Not all of his victims.

    Any thoughts on how to counter his argument or is there any? I will gladly give credit to you and your answer on the SD forum.

    Thank you in advance


    July 26, 2021 at 4:21 am

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