Corona Virus

How Saint Charles Borromeo Fought the Deadly Virus in Milan

The Coronavirus is not the first epidemic to strike the world.  Yet as churches are closed and the sacraments are difficult to find, the question arises:  How did the Church and the saints deal with plagues in the past? In the golden pages of history, we find a holy bishop who faced a virus more …

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Who Needs Conspiracy Theories When Progressives Openly Describe the Post-Corona World?

Anyone who thinks that the coronavirus crisis represented a truce in the raging culture war is very mistaken. The war is only going to accelerate. Likewise, anyone who thinks there is a need to construct complex conspiracy theories to explain what is happening is also mistaken. “Progressive” thinkers clearly state how they conceive the post-corona …

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How Senseless Policies Make America Look like Wuhan, China

Capitalizing on a crisis to expand authority is not a new phenomenon. Good emergency policies need to be implemented for the sake of the common good. However, these measures can get out of hand and lead to encroachment on personal liberties and rights. All too often, temporary emergency measures become permanent. Overreaching policies can extinguish …

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Why We Need Wisdom not Panic in the Coronavirus Fight

In the face of the coronavirus crisis that is paralysing the nation, South Africa needs policies in place to lead the country back to health. Perhaps the first policy should be that the media should not be policymakers. With this fundamental measure in place, the rest would certainly be much easier. A case in point …

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Rethinking China

 “We will be forced to review our relationship.” Chinese President Xi Jinping addressed this intimidating statement to Donald Trump, who called COVID-19 the “Chinese virus.” The President of the United States, leader of the greatest economic and military power in history, felt the need to surrender and stop using the “Chinese” adjective. Just before, Brazilian …

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Cuban Doctors’ Arrival in South Africa Begs Many Questions

The news of Cuban doctors arriving in the country, was met with unease by many South Africans. The 213-strong team alighted at the Waterkloof Airbase in Pretoria to a show of support normally reserved for visiting Heads-of-State. No less than three members of the Cabinet were on hand to roll out the red carpet for …

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Unperceived Ideological Transshipment and Dialogue

CONTENTS Introduction1. Twisting Words in the Service of Communist Propaganda2. Unmasking a Process3. Implicit Ideological Action, the Central Feature of the Process4. Unperceived Ideological Transshipment: A Summary Chapter I – The New Communist Tactic: Persuasive Action in the Subconscious1. An Obsolete Conception of the Efficacy of the Techniques of Persuasion and Violence in the Communist …

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Warning! A Virus Threatens the Future of Brazil and Christian Civilization!

The Catholic concept of the Common Good is the Antidote against the Ideological Manipulation of the Coronavirus Pandemic Brazil and almost all countries have been through the saddest Holy Week in their history due to the threat of a pandemic, but above all for being deprived of the commemorations and graces related to the Passion, …

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