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Thoughts on Reagan, communists, Eucharist

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Posted: Friday, July 16, 2010 10:11 pm

Neo (new) conservatism followed by R. Reagan, former Democrat, does not represent true conservatism. It is a chameleon, piling up debt through deficit spending, cooperating with the lunacy of liberalism in building up our greatest enemies — communist Red China and Russia, transferring our wealth overseas, confusing "multi-national" corporations (no allegiance" with "free" enterprise.

And behind the prostitution of America? Read our "former" Constitution, Article 1, Section 8.

America is being engineered into providing the "spending" fuel for the new world order. Match wits with Satan? Wile attention is focused on insurance company bonuses, the Federal Reserve is priming the printing presses to pump trillions into the economy.

Dictators thrive on the destruction of the currency — hyperinflation. Marx, Lenin and Hitler were Keynesian — print and spend, eliminate savings and capital. Bankruptcy isn't free. Others pay.

This time around, the difference? Today's leaders are merely sycophants of a much sinister system of worldwide operatives (merchants). Actually, much deeper (Ephesians 6:12).

Billionaires (George Soros, Bill Gates, Warren Buffet, Ted Turner) supported President Obama. All support Planned Parenthood and friendship with communist Red China and Russia.

What about post-Vatican II shepherds? Why seek false "outside" unity when the Catholic church always possessed the only true unity — the Eucharist (Holy Community — Christ Himself) of John 6? John Paul, the "Great"? His tenure resulted in the greatest decline of belief in the most basic doctrine, the Eucharist.

"4" marks of the true church are one, holy, Catholic, apostolic. Can a pope be apostolic and not follow? Peter must follow Peter — not introduce phenomenology, evolution into the papacy? Why even equate communism and true capitalism ("free enterprise") as two sides of the same coin (Colossians 2:8)?

Why even suggest a mingling with the wordily National and World Council of Churches? Why enlarge the meaning of "ecumenical" council when "ecumenical" merely meant "universal" faith "within" the One Mystical Body, the Catholic church?

Truth demands "one" through the Eucharist only.

Ron Arthur


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