You against the world

St Nicholas (Santa Claus) punched the dissident priest Arius for claiming that Jesus was not God during the Council of Nicea! Today our Catholics, including priests and bishops, are politically correct, are nice, are tolerant, in the face of the outright assault against the Church by diabolical forces seeking to destroy her. I am not advocating violence, but let us be more militant and more aggressive in our defense of our Church! Let us have a little bit more of righteous anger.


Begin forwarded message:
Date: November 19, 2010 9:23:26 AM GMT+08:00
Subject: You Against The World
Dear Friend in Christ,

In the face of the current Rebellion in the Church, what can you do? What attitude must you adopt?  To paraphrase a famous St., Let it be you against the world if necessary.  Please watch this episode of The Vortex and pass it along to as many friends and family as possible.

And to see new CIA show (about an hour), read all the documents and information, and to order copies, visit this website;

Please – share this link with all your family, friends, co-workers and anyone else you think might benefit from this wonderful information.

GOD Bless you and your loved ones.

Michael Voris
~senior executive producer,

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“For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain.” (Phil 1:21)


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