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Fight back 2023
I’ve said it before. Deo Volente. I will say it again.
It is your Christian duty to fight back.
Civil disobedience is not pacifism.
At the Rockford Walk for Life and Family this past June 25th, in celebration of the one-year anniversary of the overturning of the death-grip Roe v Wade’s blood cult has had on the public square since, well, before I was born, a wide spectrum of men, women and children were exhorted to understand the real fight we are in, to gird ourselves up with the power of prayer, and to not be afraid in the face of evil.
Those words came to have real meaning when a middle-aged woman with recently barbered hair and plenty of ink tried to drive her small sedan through the crowd from behind, shouting about how she had a right to the road we were walking in. I immediately split off from my group of hymn-singers, continuing to lift my crucifix high, and stepped up behind the three men in reflective wear who were obviously the event-organizer’s traffic control monitors. (I realized later I did not see a single public official presence in the entire event. One might have expected a few police officers stationed about for such potentialities.)
In the end, the woman, though bursting at her gas so that the car lurched when it moved, felt she was unwilling to follow through on her momentary act of terror, and instead wheeled her vehicle about into a near alley, speeding off to the squeal of burning rubber, with the rear of the car even jerking once or twice, threatening a loss of control.
Loss of control indeed!
I was happy to see the lady beside recorded the entire thing, as did the local tridentine priest. Together with many others, we felt the psychological pressure that demonic attacks always bring, and we were blessed by the providence of Jesus to be upheld in our testimony before men.
Those who forsake the law praise the wicked,
But such as keep the law contend with them.
That means fight back.
Till angel cry and trumpet sound,
The Mad Christian