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‘Catholic and Identitarian’ with Julien Langella and Jason Rogers (Part 2)

Part two of our discussion with Julien Langella and Jason Rogers. (Watch part 1)

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  1. A statement from this interview sticks: mass immigration does not fulfill the Gospel. Thank you for this. The crafters and charlatans that have invaded and captured every structure–including the Church–have bamboozled, intimidated and coerced. They have confused the uncritical and the stupid with verbal nets. A cousin who, before his death, was a bishop appointed by John Paul II explained to me, in confirmation of my suspicions about how all of this was organized, the top-down pressures to promote invasive immigration. This is all corruption–of course–of genuine theology and ecclesiology. It is nothing more that raw and ugly worldly power. No Catholic could be bound by the illegitimate exhortations to wrongfully and maliciously benefit an invader at the expense of the innocent children of one’s own or of one’s closer neighbors. Who could applaud such a disgusting treason but one who is also hell bound? Does the institutional, governmental, religious, cultural and commercial pollution that we are subjected to cause anyone to lose faith? Hardly. Why should it? This sickening rot is precisely what the dramatic theater of salvation history demands: one perfidious surprise and disappointment after another. There must be the Predator above all predators who, along with all of the minor demons, parade around on the stage of history achieving nonetheless real and vast evils. Each disillusionment confronted full on with courage further wrests one more flawed notion, one more unmerited trust in humans and their constructions–finger by finger–from our clenched fists. This is true freedom. And this mowing down of the weak reveals and leaves standing amidst the carnage the ones with whom we can ally and claim a noble victory by the final act—but not a moment before. Let’s further push the truism that mass immigration does not fulfill the Gospel and say that supporting mass and invasive immigration is contrary to, and hostile to, the Gospel. Push their battle lines achieved with weapons of deceit rapidly backwards. The Gospel is on our side, not on the side of social justice warriors. Indeed, I am now convinced that weaponized immigration is a crime involving all four sins that “cry to Heaven for vengeance.”
    From Wikipedia: “The ‘blood of Abel’: homicide, abortion, infanticide, fratricide, patricide, and matricide” [surely genocide must be included]; “The ‘sin of the Sodomites’: Non procreative sexual acts (sodomy)” [as well as destroying or not defending procreative social and cultural environments for the young generators of families] “(cf. Jude 1:7);” “Oppression of the poor” [is there any doubt that the immigrant is invited in not because of love—but because of exploitive utility?]; and “injustice to the wage earner: taking advantage of and defrauding workers (cf. James 5:4)” [both the immigrant and the national wage earner]. Such wrath is like that of one crying to Heaven for vengeance. As must be recognized as patently obvious, such wrath is not inherently sinful as the liars and wolves would have us believe—but instead it is a wrath crying out for Divine intervention that is acknowledged, condoned and carried out by the Divine alone, in a time and manner pleasing to the Divine alone. Over and over again it must be said that Grace builds upon, it does not obliterate, Nature.

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