Concert by the Children’s Chorus of Russia Thanks, David Krall.1:36 pm on July 15, 2020 Email Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.
Writes a friend:
In all my years of fending off the state through reading their law and using it against them, I have seen no one better than Peggy Hall. She is right, This is a spiritual battle, in addition to a legal battle. For those without the spiritual perspective, they are easily caught up in the net of man’s law … “Well, it’s legal ….”
Yes, all the eternal satanic enemy has had to do is legalize every evil and mindless Christians fall for it.
Before I discovered Peggy’s videos, I used her same tactic to fend off discrimination against me for not wearing a mask in public. Recently, one day at my physical therapy clinic, after weeks of compliance, I announced to my therapist that I would no longer be wearing their “mandatory” paper mask while visiting their facility for my therapy. My young therapist was dumbfounded and tried to find a solution between my pronouncement and her employer’s policies (yes, policies). She offered to secret me away in a windowless, small consultation room where I could attempt a limited regimen instead of using their gym and open floor space. I thanked her, but told her that sounded like discrimination (from her employer) against me. After all, she was well aware of my brain injury and breathing problems, which I knew I did not have to explain for any justification. Happily, for the remainder of my therapy over the next several weeks, I have had no one mention the word “mask” to me as I now arrive “maskless” for therapy.
I invite all to put on the armor of Our Lord and join Peggy Hall to fight the venomous snake, the state, and stand up for our God-given rights!
Here is Peggy Hall’s latest, “Walmart & Discrimination, Part 1”2:35 pm on July 13, 2020 Email Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.
Thanks, Rick Rozoff.12:34 pm on July 13, 2020 Email Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.
12-year-old boy arrested by Soviet-style cops in the U.K. for sending an allegedly racist message to a rich BLMite, knee-taking soccer player. What did the boy say? It is racist, for example, to say All Lives rMatter, or to criticize political kneeling. Or to call Zaha haha. Zaha and his cronies have destroyed this boy’s life.3:05 pm on July 12, 2020 Email Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.
Writes Rick Rozoff:
This is from French writer Romain Rolland’s 1904 play The Montespan, based partially on the 17th-century Affair of the Poisons (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Affair_of_the_Poisons )
The final paragraph cuts to the core of the issue, I find. I think it’s the very essence of what’s at play:
MME. de Montespan: Do I refuse him anything of myself? My soul is his; but he must not ask me to debase myself to these foul practices!
What do they amount to? A few gestures. Not a word. Shut your eyes and give over your body.
MME. de Montespan [Eyes fixed] Nude, lying on the altar, head and limbs hanging down – the eyes and hands of a vicious priest upon me, the Lord’s cross and the sacred chalice on my sacrilegious body, the chalice, red with the blood of an innocent child! . . . No, no! Be gone!
La Voisin What is that, compared with what you want? Isn’t the power that only demands the blood of an innocent child, obtained at a very low cost?
MME. de Montespan
I feel sick. I will not, I cannot humiliate my self.
[Bitterly] You, who think you have run the gamut of voluptuous sensations, – you are ignorant of the most powerful one of all, that of degrading oneself. The human herd is parked between two narrow limits: that of good and that of evil. It is forbidden to go either higher or lower. Only a small number dare cross the barriers; and the glory is greater in crossing that of evil because it is more forbidden. To break one’s chains, to wrest oneself out of the iron collar of human morality, to slap one’s conscience in the face, to vilify oneself. It is a bitter joy for those who are great and dominate the world. It is nothing to scorn others: one must also scorn oneself. What a delightful sensation to trample under foot the works of God, to soil His image, to drag oneself down, down still further! Then one becomes like the Other, the One who laughs amid sorrow and is puffed up in abjection, the Master who holds in his hands all the power of the world, not in order to use it, but to destroy it!3:02 pm on July 12, 2020 Email Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.