John-Henry Westen and I met with exceptional folks in booming Fort Worth, Texas this past Tuesday and Wednesday. In the meetings, we emphasized the quickening pace of alarming developments in the culture war and the urgent need for strong responses. We also emphasized that this is indeed another world war, as still far too few are willing to concede. As Boston College professor and author Peter Kreeft often repeats, “to win any war” one of “the three most necessary things we must know” is “that we are at war.” He adds, “If you are surprised to be told that our entire civilization is in crisis, I welcome you back from your nice vacation on the moon.”

Again, today, we report on more alarming developments in the war. The German government seizure of a couple’s children because they dared to homeschool them harks back to Nazi tactics. If you think this will not come to your country, think again. A Slate writer’s article hints this is also coming to the United States sooner than later, unless we rise up to reclaim power from the totalitarian-minded elitists. In Nigeria, it appears that economic and other pressure from the international de-population mafia is weakening the resistance of Africans. In Mexico, the antics of Bishop Raúl Vera López are causing many to ask how it is possible that he is allowed to remain a Catholic bishop. But then, the XXXChurch shows how effective new tactics have been in leading people out of some of the worst corrupt culture involements.

LifeSiteNews returns Tuesday since Monday is the Labor Day holiday in the United States and Canada.

Steve Jalsevac


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