Segnalazione di Tradition in Action

Atila Sinke Guimarães

HOW TRIBALISM BECOMES SATANISM  –   Considering that Pope Francis seems to be embarking on a full-steam campaign to promote tribalism – we saw him in Chile and Peru this past week declaring that “Amazonia is the heart of the Church,” – I thought it timely to warn my readers about the dangers of this move. Toward this end, I first recommend that they read the article by Prof. Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira on this topic. But I also want to translate into simple terms what tribalism is.

forbidden to forbidThe motto ‘It is forbidden to forbid’ painted on Paris; below, a 1968 student & workers march against authority announcing ‘We will win’– and they did

march 1968

We are all suffering the deleterious influence of the 1968 Sorbonne Revolution, which in the United States is almost unknown by this name because here the fruits of that Revolution are generally referred to as the “Cultural Revolution of the ‘60s,” which found its most expressive landmark in the hippie Woodstock festival in 1969.

Independent of the name used here or abroad, what counts is that the Revolution in customs can be summarized by three of its slogans: “It is forbidden to forbid,” “Death to reason” and “Imagination rules.”

We have seen many consequences of the application of these moral-philosophical mottos. Among many: the disappearance of morality in society, logic in thinking, respect for superiors, good behavior in families, decorum in dressing and propriety in language.

These liberal-anarchical manifestations had immediate reflections in the political-administrative spheres, such as the increase of feminist laws pretending that women are equal to men, as well as the concession of legal rights to abortionists and homosexuals.  Prosegui la lettura »

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