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by David Martin
Easter is a time to rise from the polluted sepulcher of this world and to see things spiritually as they truly are. The Blessed Virgin at Fatima warned that if Russia was not converted through the daily Rosary and the Consecration of that nation to Her Immaculate Heart, the errors of Communism would spread throughout the world and even into the Church.
The fact is that Russia was never converted to the Faith, and what do we see today but the highest ranks of the hierarchy and even the pope engaging in political activism and advocating a policy of open borders for the advance of a communistic one-world government. Francis more than once has said that “it is the communists who think like Christians,” so we see clearly that Communism has made its inroads into the Church.
The Fruits of Ignoring Fatima
What opening our borders has done is to open the door to all the murder and mayhem we’ve been seeing in places like Germany, France, and now in Sri Lanka where nearly 300 people were killed and 500 were injured at the hands of Islamic terrorists on Easter Sunday. The Communist regime of Russia is simply using the Islamic element to execute its global reign of terror while using Francis to sell the idea of an open border policy.
In his May 2017 release The Political Pope, Catholic author George Neumayr points out how Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio [now Pope Francis] was virtually cradled in Communism and how his Communist formation is presently exerting great influence on the Universal Church, so this Easter Season is the appropriate time for world leaders to come out of their sepulchers and start seeing the present world condition as it truly is, lest they continue believing that opening our borders to Islamic “refugees” is a form of “mercy” for mankind. https://onepeterfive.com/interview-george-neumayr-author-political-pope/
For those who prefer to receive things in poetical fashion, we conclude with this short poem, “Shepherd of the Open Borders,” hoping it might accentuate and bring the point home.