Church Militant publish a disturbing report yesterday about the Satanic sacrifice of two children allegedly performed at the behest of a wealthy businessman in Brazil.
According to the police report, the children — who were sold by their own parents — were sacrificed to the demon Moloch in a “prosperity ritual”. Real estate developer Jair da Silva, his two sons, and three associates commissioned a Satanic “high wizard”, Silvio Fernandes Rodrigues, to perform the demonic and unholy ritual.
A glance at some of the week’s noteworthy news and leftist lunacy.
Illegal Alien Uber Driver Illustrates Benefits of Diversity
A Mexican illegal alien was charged on Monday with raping, assaulting, and robbing four women. Alfonso Alarcon-Nunez, an Uber driver, drove at least four intoxicated women back to their homes, where he assaulted them and raped them before stealing some of their belongings. As a certain world leader once said, “they’re not sending their best”.
Those on the dissident right are beyond familiar with the concept of red-pilling at this point.
A reference to one of the most memorable scenes in the first Matrix film, “taking the red pill” refers to the acceptance/realization that the geopolitical and social narratives peddled by the Establishment and its mainstream media allies are complete nonsense intentionally intended to deceive — that the world as presented by those forces is a lie.
But the red pill analogy generally doesn’t go much beyond than that. And that’s a shame, because The Matrix analogy can be taken further and used to illustrate some important geopolitical and economic realities of our age.
A Jacobin cap may be black instead of red, but it’s still a Jacobin cap.
Trying to restore traditional society with fascism or white nationalism is like trying to heal a burn with fire.
A glance at some of the week’s noteworthy news and leftist lunacy
Hungary Moves to ‘Stop Soros’
The Eastern Europe nation continues its valiant and often single-handed efforts to save the remnants of Western civilization. The Hungarian government outlined on Wednesday plans to introduce legislation targeted against foreign-funded NGOs that support illegal immigration.