According to Dr. King, nonviolent resistance “… does not seek to defeat or humiliate the opponent, but to win his friendship and understanding.”
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Blessed Are the Peacemakers

“Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God.” (Matthew 5:9) On May 25, 2020, George Floyd would become the victim of a horr…
Jmy1975
@Ludovic Denim The Good Samaritan wasn't Jewish, yet Christ recognized the good. Check yourself.
Ludovic Denim
It seems that you never heard about the tactics of the modernists. Did you ever read "Pascendi Dominici" or "Satis Cognitum" ? @Jmy19875
Jmy1975
@Ludovic Denim I know more about modernism than you do. That's irrelevant to my point. And you know that.
Ultraviolet
Nice to see you've met Ludovic, Jimbo. His standard approach to debate is to ask if you've read some book -as if the truth your statement (or his) is predicated on that. You two should some fun. @Ludovic Denim...
Jmy1975
@Ultraviolet I just think this all comes down to common sense. Morality is written on the human heart, then fullness of which Is expressed in the Catholic Church. Being a baptist or another Christian denomination is not preferable, but it's not like they're not pagans. How can Catholics convert with that attitude. Smh.
Ultraviolet
Common sense presupposes a "common" set of premises with which to judge. Western society has fragmented to such an extent many people even within a single group are polar opposites of each other. Consider Catholics. Militant "novus ordo" despise "traditionalists" and do everything to subvert and eradicate their form of the liturgy.

Even among those calling themselves traditionalists, this remain…More
Common sense presupposes a "common" set of premises with which to judge. Western society has fragmented to such an extent many people even within a single group are polar opposites of each other. Consider Catholics. Militant "novus ordo" despise "traditionalists" and do everything to subvert and eradicate their form of the liturgy.

Even among those calling themselves traditionalists, this remains true. It pains me to say it, I know Muslim blasphemers who are stil, in site of their religious errors, more Christian than certain traditionalist Catholics today. If you're curious, no, that isn't a sly jab at you, either.

Sadly, morality isn't written on the human heart. Human cultures, particularly non-Christian ones, are notorious for amoral and entirely immoral ideologies. Many embraced horrors that completely eclipse the worst associated with Sodom and Gomorrah. Some of the worst of them built entire theologies around every form of human degradation and suffering possible.

Modern secular anthropologists like to cite "relgious intolerance" and "xenophobia" as the reasons Catholic missionaries rooted out and burned every Mayan codex they could find, why they set out to systematically eradicate the Aztecs. The truth is much worse, they were motivated by sheer horror at what they saw.

It's only now, centuries later, do we get some appreciation of what those first Spaniards saw. Modern archeologists continue re-discovering ancient graves, documenting their contents, and deciphering the preserved remnants of their languages. For obvious reasons, such many important discoveries are very deliberately ignored by the "multi-cultural" media and remain buried in journals dedicated to Meso-American studies.

Putting it bluntly, through Catholic eyes, those cultures set out very deliberately to replicate Hell on earth and the world is a better place without them.

"Being a baptist or another Christian denomination is not preferable, but it's not like they're not pagans."

They're worse than that. They're heretics. A traitor within your own ranks is almost always more insidious threat than an enemy who makes no pretense of being otherwise. Goes without saying there are obvious examples of this, even among Catholics today.
Ludovic Denim
@Jmy1975 "I know more about modernism than you do. That's irrelevant to my point. And you know that."

You may know more than me on everything but as you're proud and not humble, you loose from a Catholic standpoint...

This is not an argument also because you're not a reference by yourself (are you Blessed Virgin Mary or a Saint, who knows you ?...) and because we have already many Saints …More
@Jmy1975 "I know more about modernism than you do. That's irrelevant to my point. And you know that."

You may know more than me on everything but as you're proud and not humble, you loose from a Catholic standpoint...

This is not an argument also because you're not a reference by yourself (are you Blessed Virgin Mary or a Saint, who knows you ?...) and because we have already many Saints that are far superior to Martin Luther King.

Please, those that want to speak on a Catholic media should speak with Catholic references. We can always learn something from the pagans, but we've enough pagans in the pagan press speaking daily to us for this while we need to consolidate our Catholic faith and this can be done only through our own Catholic media. The pagan medias do it better than here and it's not the place. There is only One Truth and it's the Catholic Faith.

Thank you for your understanding.
Ludovic Denim
He wasn't Catholic and not an example.