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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

You Have a Right to Be Angry



 You Have a Right to Be Angry
By: Eric Gajewski

On the verge of the Neo-SSPX formally “selling out” to Modernist Rome (being “recognized” by the Conciliarists)  I say you have a right to be angry.  Let us face it there is not only a growing concern over the deplorable state of the Church there is also a growing anger.  To those who are not righteously angry at this point to you I say “out of my sight”.  We are surrounded by heretical and lukewarm compromising priests.  The laymen are no better.  Thus, the opportunities to receive the Sacraments now are becoming much harder than in previous times.  YOU have a right to be angry.  I was talking about this with a family member not too long ago and within a matter of minutes her face changed from calm and relaxed to one of “Jesus in the Temple”.  She states “they have robbed our buildings!” This is true.  Vatican II was a “robber Council”  The heretics of Vatican II (as delusional as they are) suggest this Council represents the Faith and the longer they persist the higher the hammer of Gods Wrath being raised in the heavens.  Be encouraged.  God bless you all who won’t fall for pseudo traditionalism.  They are in abundance these days and yet they truly are no better than Francis in the end.  Hold firm.  Let these priests know in Charity that THEY are causing YOU to go elsewhere.  How I would love to be attending Mass daily and who wouldn’t?  Do not let any pretend Katholic divert attention off the doctrinal issues.  Be angry and sin not.



Disobedient, heretical and compromised priests.  Avoid them.  Stay with Jesus and Mary.  Stay with Tradition and be resolute NOT to straddle the fence.  Say your spiritual communions and pray your rosary.  Read your breviary and spend your hour of silence and solitude praying for those who have gone wayward.  Count yourself blessed to have received the grace to “see clearly” as an eagle in these times that the aforementioned do not have.  For they may have the buildings but we have the Faith.  In all of this do not be upset at God.  We are now at a point because, collectively, we decided to do so little at first and along the way.  We hid behind a nice face as the destroyers continued on.  The louder your voice gets and the more pressure you exert on these wayward priests and prelates will only work out for the better.  We live in an age of pansies truly.  So many cowards out there not willing to stick their necks out to say what they truly believe.  This is self-love in action.



Anger = Crazy?.. I have heard this lame argument coming from these heretics especially the pseudo traditionalists who are theologically inept.  They run to the crazy card when I raise my voice like a father would to his son “who just doesn’t get it”.  This perfectly describes those still delusionally clinging to Vatican II.  Pope St. Pius X said use fists!  Oh, but he was crazy too.  Have you noticed that the pseudo traditionalists always run articles on Francis negatively but never run them on Cardinal Burke?  Cardinal Burke is every bit apart of the problem but the delusional stay delusional.  If Jesus got angry you can get angry so long as reason is not compromised.  This is Catholic teaching.

St. John Chrysostom

Only the person who becomes irate without reason, sins. Whoever becomes irate for a just reason is not guilty. Because, if ire were lacking, the science of God would not progress, judgments would not be sound, and crimes would not be repressed.

Further, the person who does not become irate when he has cause to be, sins. For an unreasonable patience is the hotbed of many vices: it fosters negligence, and stimulates not only the wicked, but above all the good, to do wrong.
(Homily XI super Matheum,   1c, nt.7)

St. Thomas Aquinas

Ire may be understood in two ways.

In one way, as a simple movement of the will that inflicts punishment not through passion, but by virtue of a judgment of the reason: and in this case, without a doubt, lack of ire is a sin. This is how Chrysostom understands ire when he says: ‘Ire, when it has a cause, is not ire but judgment. For properly speaking, ire is a movement of passion. And when a man is irate with just cause, his ire does not derive from passion. Rather, it is an act of judgment, not of ire.”

In another way, ire can be understood as a movement of the sensitive appetite agitated by passion with bodily excitation. This movement is a necessary sequel in man to the previous movement of his will, since the lower appetite naturally follows the movement of the higher appetite unless some obstacle prevents it. Hence the movement of ire in the sensitive appetite cannot be lacking altogether, unless the movement of the will is altogether lacking or weak. Consequently, the lack of the passion of ire is also a vice, as it is the lack of movement in the will to punish according to the judgment of reason.
(Summa Theologiae, II, II, q. 158, art. 8)



The Faith in your heart.  Your body is a temple of the Lord.  Prepare your heart, the altar daily.  Turn to our Lady who will guard your heart.  The Church is going underground.  Who can argue against the “signs” we see now that surround us?  The False Prophet “Master Jesus” and Antichrist Maitreya about to arrive on the scene but the Faith is in your heart.  God will reward you.  They have the buildings but it is void of the Faith so what good are the buildings?  They have the buildings and yet some would rather try to acquire more buildings as opposed to remaining loyal to their founder’s own principles.  Compromise equates to mortal sin.  Do not let the seeds of compromise be sown in your heart lest they arise on the surface as heresy later on down the road.  The slippery slope has grabbed the many without realizing it.  The other day I called out some more false traddie heretics on twitter like OnePeterFive, Canon 212, Mahound’s Paradise  and Vox Cantoris.  The Vox Cantoris response “get a life”.  No… how about you get a clue and learn what is Catholic and what is not.  These false trads are FAR WORSE than Francis himself because they paint a delusional picture of what is “orthodoxy”.  Avoid them and pray for them.  We have the Faith they do not.


Use righteous anger constructively.  As I mentioned do not take out on God.  Do not take it out on your kids nor your neighbor.  Be on guard lest you fall into the devils snare of turning into a “pitbull’ who will snap at any statement.  This is the DARKEST hour in Church history WITHOUT question but that doesn’t mean that God is not in control.  It does not mean that our Light should be dimmed to fit in with the dark.  We must be vocal.  We must be prayerful.  We must be constructive.  Having said this, clicks are formed and I admit there wont be much change in the “traditionalist” landscape.  You will have to give an account over your defense of the Faith or lack thereof.  The poor heretics of Vatican II literally defend the Novus Ordo religion blindly and call themselves Catholic.  They are blind.  Only Gods grace can help the blind but perhaps your sharp words can be a catalyst.  In the end, do not throw your bowl of Cheerios at your husband because you were cornered by some heretics in a facebook group chat.  The Church has a history of going through such ordeals however do not become a spectator in this crisis.  Learn as much as you can (the differences between Vatican II and the Catholic Faith) and pray even more.  God’s Justice is coming do all that you can now to show you wont follow the masses into the lands of heresy and compromise.  The devil hides behind a smile, niceness and pacifism.  However, you are an eagle destined for these times.