This is a tragedy, for sure. But in addition to the young man's predicament there lies another issue. I have observed that people in our break-neck speed society never stop long enough to thank God for what they have, especially when it comes to consuming food.
St. Thomas Aquinas (A.D. 1274): “Unbelief… arises from pride, through which man is unwilling to subject his intellect to the rules of faith…” (Summa Theologiae Pt. II-II, Q. 10, A. 1, Reply 3)
Makes so much sense…
It seems to me communism is a type (and the most accurate type) of hell on earth. There is nothing good about hell and there's nothing good about communism, because both are Godless. There is no truth, no justice, no love - and no escape. Communism is like the waiting room of hell.
Today, Russia is the last world power to oppose the Godless despisers of Christ (and their fake Christian Judases). But it has done so only by the help of God and Our Lady of Fatima who freed it from its chains with the fall of the Soviet Union. Unfortunately, Russia did not embrace Fatima and the true faith (just like the rest of the apostate world). But in these last events, we can see more clearly than ever that Russia did have a conversion from its communist warring ways - as MHFM has so often explained to the Grunerites, fake traditionalists and others. The period of peace promised by Our Lady set world communism back by a century, and Russia became the only real obstacle that stood in the way of their "New World Order". That is why they hate Russia so much.
As the faithful know, the dream of the NWO isn't new. It's as old as the fall of Lucifer (or perhaps, as old as the period just prior to it), and has been fueled by the revolts against Christ since the beginning. For those who have eyes to see (while, by the grace of God, escape from Satan is still possible), the events of these last days prove the truths of the Catholic faith, of Scripture and of Prophecy.
… it is an impostor!!!!...
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