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Raoni, Amazonia & ‘Gay’ Arthur

European Nobility Favors Tribalism


Crown Prince Leka of Albania, met Chief (Cacique) Raoni who is in Brussels representing a group of Brazilian Amazonic Tribes.

The Chief is part of in a campaign for the defense of native territory now threatened to be taken by the government.

     L.J.C., Brazil

Leka of Albania


Francis Preparing to Take Over the Amazonia

Hello TIA,

When Pope Francis calls to establish a global authority to direct “the supranational common good” at the very moment when the Vatican is preparing the Amazon Synod, it looks like one initiative completes the other. If this is so, the Argentinian Pope is trying to take a large slice of Brazil for his socialist-communist purposes.

All this story that the Amazon belongs to a few Indians is sentimental nonsense to produce social and political unrest – class struggle – and prevent Brazil from going forward. Brazil is a country that has an immense potential, and many people – including Argentinians – don’t want Brazil to grow.

What could be better than to find a “sublime” excuse – such as the ecological agenda and the “protection of Indigenous values” – to prevent that growth from taking place?

Please, read the news report below and tell me whether I am right or wrong.



Pope Francis calls for new ‘supranational’ authorities to enforce UN goals

Diane Montagna

ROME, May 2, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) — Pope Francis made a strong push for globalism on Thursday, calling for a “supranational, legally constituted body” to enforce United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals and implement “climate change” policies.

Speaking to members of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences in the Vatican’s Apostolic Palace, the Pope said: “When a supranational common good is clearly identified, there is need for a special legally constituted authority capable of facilitating its implementation.”

“Think of the great contemporary challenges of climate change, new slavery and peace,” he told members of the Pontifical Academy, who are meeting this week at the Vatican for a May 1-3 plenary session themed: “Nation, State, Nation-State.”

Featured speakers included German Cardinal Walter Kasper, who spoke on: “Peace Stemming from Justice. Theological Reflections Between Men, Communities and Nations”; Archbishop Roland Minnerath of Dijon, France, who delivered the opening talk on day two, themed: “Nation, State, Nation-State and the Doctrine of the Catholic Church”; and German climatologist and founding director of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact, Hans Joachim Schellnhuber, who addressed the Pontifical Academy on “The State of the World.”

In his address, the Pope said that while “the principle of subsidiarity” requires that “individual nations must be given the power to operate as far as they can,” still “groups of neighboring nations — as is already the case — can strengthen their cooperation by attributing the exercise of certain functions and services to intergovernmental institutions that manage their common interests....”

The thrust of the Pope’s remarks focused on growing trends toward nationalism, which he said threaten migrants, the “universal common good” and the power of the United Nations and other transnational bodies to implement the Sustainable Development Goal agenda.

The Church “has always exhorted men to love their own people and homeland,” he said. “At the same time,” he added, “the Church has warned persons, peoples and governments about deviations from this attachment when it is about excluding and hating others, when it becomes conflictual nationalism that builds walls, indeed even racism or anti-Semitism.”

“The Church observes with concern the re-emergence, almost everywhere in the world, of aggressive currents towards foreigners, especially immigrants, as well as that growing nationalism which neglects the common good,” Pope Francis continued.

“There is a risk of compromising already established forms of international cooperation, undermining the aims of international organizations as a space for dialogue and meeting for all countries on a level of mutual respect, and hindering the achievement of the sustainable development goals unanimously approved by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 25 September 2015,” he told members of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences.

Original here.


PBS Promoting Sodomy & Communism among Children

Dear Friends,

Every tax-paying American citizen “contributes” $1.35 a year to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting - self-identified as “America’s largest classroom.” But you may not like what the PBS is teaching your youngsters.

On May 13, 2019, PBS stations across the nation aired a segment of the popular children’s animated show, “Arthur.” The show promotes male homosexual relations in the form of a “marriage” between two male characters.

The 15 minute segment "Mr. Ratburn and the Special Someone," is available for viewing here.

It’s time to teach the media masters at the PBS the meaning of “punishment politics.”

I’ve already sent President Trump an email objecting to the misuse of taxes and the public trust to promote sodomy. An earlier “Arthur” segment promoted lesbianism [two “moms”], but escaped under the public radar.

I’m as angry as hell! And the President and every American should be too!

Please !!! Get out your cell phone and call the White House now. If this message arrives in the evening you can email the White House at any time of day or night.

PS. A reader has brought to my attention that the book Love Poems conspicuously read by Mr. Ratburn and passed around to children in this episode was written by Pablo Neruda, a member of the Communist Party and admirer of Stalin and Castro. Subliminal indoctrination using the name of NERUDA?


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See recent CBS News article below on this moral travesty. Act Now!

"Arthur" character comes out as gay and gets married in season 22 premiere

Caitlin O'Kane

Arthur 1

To the surprise of many, the 22nd season of "Arthur" just premiered on PBS — yes, that lovable aardvark and his friends are still on the air. But the classic children's show is very much keeping up with the times. The premiere episode revealed Arthur's teacher, Mr. Ratburn, is gay. In "Mr. Ratburn and the Special Someone," the beloved teacher of Arthur and his friends gets married to a man. It's not the first time the children's show has included LGBTQ storylines although the last one occurred in 2005, TV Line reports. In the episode "Postcards from Buster," Arthur's best friend met children with two moms while on a trip to Vermont.

Arthur 2

© Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. Arthur and his friends overhear Mr. Ratburn and an uptight woman, voiced by Jane Lynch, discussing his wedding. They believe the woman is his bride and devise a plan to stop the wedding.

The word "lesbian" was not used in the episode, nor was the word "gay" used in the episode about Mr. Ratburn. However, the show received praise for teaching children that men can marry men and women can marry women.

In the season 22 premiere, the students see Mr. Ratburn speaking to an uptight lady, voiced by guest star Jane Lynch. They fear she is the person Mr. Ratburn is going to marry, and they devise a plan to stop the wedding and prevent a life of misery for their teacher.

Arthur 3

© Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. Arthur and his friends show up to the wedding ready to object to it – only to see Mr. Ratburn walk down the aisle with his groom.

But the kids chicken out when they get to the wedding and don't stand up to object to the marriage. Then, they learn the uptight woman is just Mr. Ratburn's sister, who is officiating the nuptials. When Mr. Ratburn walks down the aisle, he is arm in arm with a man.

The third-graders are happy for their newlywed teacher, but there's one thing they are mortified by: his dancing.

People took to Twitter when they learned about the episode — but many were sharing their disbelief that "Arthur" was still on the air. Some Twitter users wrote that they hope other TV shows and movies include LGBTQ characters and storylines.


     Randy Engel

     US Coalition for Life


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Posted May 23, 2019

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