Friday, January 22, 2021

Radicalized By Niles & Voris Of Church Militant: Capitol Riot Hockey Stick Man Michael Joseph Foy Is Arrested

Stop The Steal Rally At Cobo Hall, Detroit

Michael Joseph Foy was at Stop the Steal Rally in Michigan in November 2020. So was Christine Niles and Michael Voris of Church Militant. Was the Hockey Stick Man influenced or radicalized by Niles and Voris? 

Well Voris and Niles do admit that they like to influence others to their way of thinking. 

So yes I think that Niles and Voris played a part in the actions of Hockey Stick Man .

Metro Detroit man charged in assault of police officer with hockey stick during Capitol Riot 

WESTLAND, Mich. - A Michigan man seen beating a police officer with a hockey stick during the riots at the U.S. Capitol has been charged with several crimes. Michael Joseph Foy was identified by the FBI through news tips and footage collected by several media outlets, where footage shows him swinging a hockey stick at a police officer on the ground. He's been charged with several felonies, including obstruction of law enforcement, forcibly assault, resist, oppose, impede, intimidate, or interfere with any officer of the United States, aiding and abetting, and the obstruction of an official proceeding of Congress. Foy, 29, is currently a resident of Wixom. Source 

Michael Joseph Foy was radicalized by Christine Niles and Voris of Church located in Ferndale Michigan - about 30 minutes from where Foy lives in Wixom, MI.

Church Militant:

Trump Supporters Rally, Pray 

A number of Stop the Steal rallies were held at state capitols across the nation Saturday, including large ones in Phoenix, Arizona; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Atlanta, Georgia and Lansing, Michigan, among others. Trump supporters continue to gather peacefully outside Maricopa County Election Headquarters in Arizona as well as Cobo Hall in Detroit insisting on transparency during the counting process.While Christians around the nation continue to pray that voter fraud and Democrat interference in the election be exposed, Catholics specifically are urging that Americans pray the Rosary and offer various novenas to spare our nation. Church Militant is offering a Novena for Our Nation beginning at 8 a.m. ET Monday, Nov. 9. It is a "special appeal to Our Lord and Our Lady, and particularly the Holy Spirit, to help President Trump and the nation through the embattled post-election season." The novena, followed by Rosary and Morning Prayer, will be livestreamed from the homepage daily. Source

Thursday, January 21, 2021

Here We Go....Delusional Trump Supporters Now Turn To An ELECTED MONARCHY....Or How The Forerunner To The Antichrist Gains Power....


Baron Alexander von Tschugguel

"A forerunner of the Antichrist, with his troops drawn from many nations, will wage war against the true Christ, sole Savior of the world; he will shed much blood and will seek to annihilate the cult of God so as to be regarded as a god." Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879)

From the pen of a crazed convert manly he man Mr. Ann Barnhardt:

The Great Awakening

If you’re really serious about dumping the heresy of Americanism and having adult thoughts and discourse about the path forward governmentally, let me recommend looking at one of the most stable republics in human history, overthrown only by Freemasons relatively recently: the Venetian Republic. It lasted from ARSH 697 until ARSH 1797. ELEVEN HUNDRED YEARS. Think about that. 

I recommend reading Norwich’s “A History of Venice”. 

They had what, to my mind, seems to be the best system of governance: an ELECTED MONARCHY. The Venetian monarch was called “the Doge”, or Duke in modern English. 

No hereditary nonsense. No imbeciles or degenerate perverts inheriting power just because they happened to be the firstborn son. It’s the perfect combination of meritocracy with the stability of a monarch. And, let us not forget, the Vicariate of Christ was instituted by Our Lord Himself as … an elected absolute monarchy. Quite an endorsement, no? 

It’s been staring us in the face all along. 

Just one example from over my transom in the past 24 hours +/-… 

“The honest truth is that Trump duped a lot of people. I voted for him in 2016. But a hard look at reality leaves one to conclude that he’s in on it and has been this whole time. It’s all been a giant lie. A big show. I didn’t vote in November because I won’t consent to being governed by these people. I’m done with the “voting for the lesser of two evils” garbage. Give me a Catholic monarchy or give me death.“ Source

What's next?

These crazed Rad Trads will move enmasse to Italy in the next several years probably to Steve Bannon's Mountain Top retreat. They will be lead by the forerunner to the Antichrist who will form an army made up of Nationalists from around the world. The Forerunner and his Nationalist army will declare WAR on the Catholic Church and shed much blood. They will one day murder the Fatima Pope and faithful on top a steep mountain (Bannon's Castle).

Saturday, January 16, 2021

Rad Trad Influencer Dr. Taylor Marshall's Participation In Stop The Steal Is 'Homegrown Insurgency'

Attack on Capitol was the beginning of an American insurgency, counterterrorism experts warn 

After ransacking the U.S. Capitol and threatening the lives of members of Congress on Jan. 6, they walked down the building’s broad steps unmolested and into the mythology of right-wing extremism. Many wore shirts identifying them as accolades of QAnon, riders in “the Storm” who believe the fever-dream conspiracy that they are foot soldiers in a war against Satan-worshipping pedophiles in the government’s “deep state” bureaucracy. There were also neo-Nazis and anti-Semites in the overwhelmingly white crowd, including a man wearing a “Camp Auschwitz” sweatshirt. Racists rallied to the Confederate flag of rebellion that some of the insurrectionists waved in the halls of Congress. 

With President Trump only days away from an unceremonious departure from the White House, the vision of a mob desecrating the citadel of democracy felt for many observers like the end of a shameful period of norm breaking and tradition smashing. But for counterterrorism experts who have spent the two decades since the 9/11 terrorist attacks closely studying and fighting violent extremist groups overseas, the spectacle looked like something altogether different: the likely birthing of a violent American insurgency. 

Retired Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal was formerly the head of Joint Special Operations Command in Iraq and the commander of all U.S. and allied troops fighting the Taliban and al-Qaida in Afghanistan. “I did see a similar dynamic in the evolution of al-Qaida in Iraq, where a whole generation of angry Arab youth with very poor prospects followed a powerful leader who promised to take them back in time to a better place, and he led them to embrace an ideology that justified their violence. This is now happening in America,” McChrystal told Yahoo News. 

A radical group of citizens have adopted a very hard-line view of the country, he noted, that echoes the Lost Cause narrative that took root in the old South after the Civil War. “Only President Trump has updated Lost Cause with his ‘Stop the Steal’ narrative that they lost because of a stolen election, and that is the only thing holding these people down and stopping them from assuming their rightful place in society,” McChrystal said. “That gives them legitimacy to become even more radical. I think we’re much further along in this radicalization process, and facing a much deeper problem as a country, than most Americans realize.” 

Counterterrorism officials and experts who have closely examined how violent extremist movements arise out of unstable societies abroad have detected recurring patterns. The movements typically begin with small groups operating independently. Over time, they form connections with other like-minded groups through secret communications. This is a hallmark in the genesis of most terrorist organizations. 

As they develop a coherent narrative and unifying ideology, extremist movements and leaders increasingly come out of the shadows and communicate over open forums in an effort to recruit and radicalize a wider following. A prime example is Anwar al-Awlaki, the American-born cleric and leader of al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula, who indoctrinated a whole generation of English-speaking jihadis, and whose sermons still attract tens of thousands of hits on YouTube a decade after his death in a U.S. drone strike in 2011. 

Extremist movements also aggressively recruit from law enforcement and military communities to develop their hard power, a common tactic perfected by the Islamic State, whose close alliance with disaffected Baathist military officers enabled it to launch a military-style juggernaut in 2014 that captured a third of Iraq and Syria for its Islamist “caliphate.” 

The participation of former military members in the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol was revealed in the past week with the arrest of retired Air Force Lt. Col. Larry Rendall Brock Jr., who was photographed wearing military-style tactical gear and brandishing zip-tie handcuffs inside the Capitol, and by the death of military veteran Ashli Babbitt, who was shot by police during the melee. The U.S. Army is reportedly investigating 25 people who participated in the attempted putsch, some of whom may be active-duty military. Meanwhile, two off-duty Virginia police officers, Jacob Fracker and Thomas Robertson of the Rocky Mount Police Department, were also arrested on charges of illegally storming the Capitol. 

Extremist movements commonly reach out to like-minded terrorist groups in other countries, forming loose networks for the sharing of strategies and lessons-learned in a continuous feedback loop. That network building was the hallmark of al-Qaida and its many global affiliates and franchises. 

Similarly, counterterrorism experts say a number of the white supremacist groups who took part in the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol have reached out and formed linkages with white nationalist counterparts in Germany, Canada, Norway and Russia. “I worked with the State Department to designate as terrorists an extreme white supremacist group in Russia that has many ties to U.S.-based groups,” said Ali Soufan, a former FBI supervisory special agent and counterterrorism expert who led some of the highest-profile investigations of al-Qaida attacks, speaking on Thursday to reporters. He noted that a National Security Council strategy document identified the Nordic Front, a neo-Nazi group spreading throughout Nordic countries, as a threat to the United States. “If the Nordic Front is a threat to the U.S., that means they have some connection to activities here. There are also [right-wing] extremist groups in Canada designated as terrorist organizations by our ‘Five Eyes’ allies, but they still operate with impunity here in the United States. That has to stop.” 

History also shows that when extremist movements coalesce around a charismatic leader who focuses their anger and amplifies their narrative, a tipping point is reached where extreme rhetoric is often turned into violent action. Beyond that tipping point, the violence tends to escalate unless the extremist movement and its leadership are convincingly defeated and their narrative and ideology widely rejected. 

Even in the aftermath of Trump’s incitement of a violent insurrection, however, a new Washington Post-ABC News poll showed that a majority of Republicans believe that he bears no responsibility for the ransacking of the Capitol (56 percent); that there is solid evidence of fraud in the November election (66 percent); and that he acted responsibly after the election (65 percent). To this day Trump has refused to concede the election to Joe Biden, and he continues to promote the poisonous falsehood that he won in a “landslide” and that the election was stolen. 

What most worries counterterrorism experts is that the collective that mobilized the violent mob responsible for sacking the Capitol last week has checked all those boxes, and fits the pattern that created other enduring violent extremist movements. 

“Osama bin Laden’s major contribution to the terrorist pantheon was to create a mythology around the narrative that a band of Arab fighters defeated the Soviet superpower in Afghanistan in the 1980s, and he used that mythology to bring together a lot of disparate terrorist groups from all over the world under the single banner of al-Qaida, giving them cohesion and an organizational structure,” said Brian Michael Jenkins, a senior adviser to the president of the RAND Corporation and author of numerous books, reports and articles on terrorism. “Similarly, the people behind Jan. 6, 2021, mobilized right-wing extremists of every stripe — white supremacists, neo-Nazis, QAnon, anti-Semites, antigovernment militias, xenophobes, anti-feminists — and brought them together as a movement in what amounted to a Woodstock festival for extremists. And now the ‘Battle of Capitol Hill’ has become symbolically important and central to right-wing mythology, and it will lead to more organizing and escalating threats from this movement, which we’re already seeing.” 

Indeed, the FBI-led investigation into the sacking of the Capitol has already revealed just how far the extremist movement behind it has evolved. Earlier this week the FBI warned in a memo to law enforcement agencies and departments that armed, far-right extremist groups were planning to march on all 50 state capitols in the coming days. Credible threats to Biden’s inauguration ceremony on Jan. 20 have prompted the National Guard to deploy more soldiers to protect the U.S. Capitol building than are currently deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq combined. Even before the riot last week, the FBI reported having more than 1,000 active domestic terrorism investigations underway in all 50 states, the preponderance of them involving racially motivated, white supremacist terror. 

“What the nation witnessed last week was a surgical strike at the heart of our democracy, and it was meant to empower a movement that will lead to the melting of the foundation of our republic,” said Soufan. In congressional testimony nearly two years ago, Soufan warned that the right-wing movement in America was already roughly where jihadi terrorists were in the 1980s and 1990s in terms of its development and increasing sophistication. “The right-wing movement is also taking advantage and feeding off the partisan political divisions in this country. So the first thing we need is a united approach to recognize the threat, and summon the political will needed for law enforcement to dismantle these networks.” 

In trying to reduce the social media accelerant to the extremism on display last week, Twitter has taken down no fewer than 70,000 accounts associated with just the QAnon conspiracy mongers, one node in the extremist movement’s growing network. The social media company has also permanently suspended Trump’s account, depriving the president of his favored communication channel with more than 88 million followers. 

“Whether you believe President Trump intended to or not, the message that he has consistently communicated to these extremist groups has been a ‘green light,’” said Bruce Hoffman, a senior fellow for counterterrorism and homeland security at the Council on Foreign Relations. That’s how torch-bearing neo-Nazis and white supremacists interpreted Trump’s comment that there were “very fine people on both sides” of their 2017 protest in Charlottesville, Va., he noted, and how the Proud Boys white nationalist militia heard his call to “stand back and stand by” during a presidential debate. 

“The entire movement read Trump’s tweet — ‘Big protest in D.C. on January 6th. Be there, will be wild!’ — as another green light, which Trump flashed again on the Ellipse when he told the crowd of supporters that ‘if you don’t fight like hell you’re not going to have a country anymore,’” said Hoffman. “With these constant green lights, Trump has unleashed very powerful forces that he nor anyone else can control. In that sense, what happened in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6 was a beginning, not an end. In the minds of Trump’s hard-core supporters it was the beginning of a revolution.” 

McChrystal has thought long and hard about what happens to this extremist movement when its leader exits center stage, and for the near and middle term he sees the potential for great peril to the country. “As this extremist movement comes under increasing pressure from law enforcement in the coming days and weeks, its members will likely retreat into tighter and tighter cells for security, and that will make them more professional, and those cells will become echo chambers that incubate even more radical thinking along the lines of armed insurrection,” he said. “So even if Trump exits the scene, the radical movement he helped create has its own momentum and cohesion now, and they may find they don’t need Trump anymore. They can just wait for another charismatic leader to appear. So the fabric of something very dangerous has been woven, and it’s further along than most Americans care to admit.”  Source


Rad Trad Nationalist Influencer Steve Bannon's War Room Has Been Banned By YouTube...Time To Move To Italy


Rad Trad Influencers and their followers will one day move to Italy and hole up in some mountain top retreat

YouTube bans Steve Bannon's War Room podcast channel 

The ban comes as social platforms have cracked down on misinformation and content that could incite violence following the storming of the Capitol.YouTube on Friday said it banned the channel of Steve Bannon's popular War Room podcast, after it repeatedly violated the Google-owned platform's rules. The ban came hours after the former White House chief strategist had Rudy Guiliani, President Donald Trump's personal lawyer, on the program following the violent insurgency at the US Capitol earlier this week. The riot left five people dead as rioters breached the building to disrupt the certification of Joe Biden as the next US president. Source

Italian monastery turns into hotbed of Bannon-fueled nationalism 

To general consternation, educational courses are to be held at a secluded monastery to create a populist political vanguard capable of "launching an assault on Europe." Megan Williams reports from Collepardo.For many, the decision to live in an all-but-abandoned 13th-century monastery atop a mountain in a foreign country with no cellphone reception and only a groundskeeper, an octogenarian monk and 19 feral cats for company would not be an obvious lifestyle choice. Add to that the second protest in three months planned for Saturday of locals and other activists wanting you gone, and you just might have a few regrets. But not Benjamin Harnwell, the 43-year-old former British parliamentary assistant and Catholic convert who last year moved into the crumbling Trisulti Charterhouse perched above the town of Collepardo, a two-hour drive southeast of Rome. Harnwell is the Steve Bannon-anointed head of a future "gladiator school for cultural warriors" of the far-right, a man who says he has landed his dream job. "This sounds really cheesy, but I say God's given me something to do here and I've got to do it," he tells DW. Source

Monday, January 11, 2021

Are These The Faces Of Masculine Manly He Men That Rad Trad Influencers Like Ann Barnhadt, Taylor Marshall, Timothy Gordon, Michael Voris & Christine Niles Always Swoon Over....


Top L-R: Chicago tech CEO Brad Rukstales, Richard Barnett, 60, QAnon Shaman Jake Angeli, cops T.J. Robertson and Officer Jacob Fracker who have not been arrested but were seen at the Capitol, Adam Johnson, Robert Keith Parker who was wearing a Camp Auschwitz sweater, Doug Jensen, retired Texas cop Larry Rendall Brock Jr., Douglas Sweet, West Virginia Delegate Derrick Evans, MTA worker Will Pepe (who has not been arrested or charged but was suspended after his boss saw pictures of him) and Eric Munchel, who brought cable ties to the Senate. Source 

Hey to you Rad Trad influencers how many of the above Masculine Manly He Men attended the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass on the feast of the Epiphany?

Since I started blogging in 2009 I warned you time and time again on the political Ecumenism that Rad Trads engage in - all the while these same Rad Trads were condemning the Clergy for engaging in religious Ecumenism. Still you don't get it.

Rad Trads love Nationalism.

Rad Trads love Democracy.

Rad Trads love their guns.

Rad Trads love to carry weapons on them during the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass

Look where it got you.

Its not over yet.

Still you gun loving morons don't get it

You Rad Trad influencesr will also fall for the Nationalist Forerunner to the Antichrist and you will help him murder the Fatima Pope and Faithful on top a steep mountain one day as Our Lady of Fatima and Our Lady of La Salette foretold.

Another thing I find funny with these Masculine Manly Rad Trad He Men is their constant attack on what they consider effeminate.

Did you idiots know that you use the very same arguement that the Roman Soliders used against young Catholic men who went to the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass early in the morning and as they passed by the field where the Masculine Manly He Men Roman Soliders were practicing their war games and exercises preparing themselves for battle - these Roman Soldiers would taunt the young Catholic men who were on the way to attend Mass by calling them effeminate and what not.

So congratulations to you Rad Trads you act just like the Pagan Roman Solider did of old. Oh yeah...the only ones who carried weapons during the Crucifixon were the Masculine Manly He Men pagan Roman Soldiers.

Funny I bet if you Masculine Manly He Men Rad Trads were to be in the presence of St John when he was at the Crucifixion I bet you would consider him effeminate  and probably call him a faggot.

Again you Rad Trad Influences are jerks.

And still you don't get it

Better look closely before you fall into your swoon