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Fisheaters forum comments, February 14th, 2009



 I'm new, hello.  
February 14, 2009, 11:49:AM

Greetings everyone!
My name is Laramie Hirsch.  I am a writer of fantasy fiction and essays.  I was attracted to this site when I caught wind of it amidst a Yahoo search on the subject of the Great Monarch.
I am a Catholic convert from the Baptist sect of Protestantism.  I converted in 2001, and the books that drew me in were Malachi Martin's Hostage to the Devil, and Peter Kreeft's Fundamentals of the Faith.  Ever since then, I have been a conservative Catholic who especially appreciates the traditional Latin Mass.  I am not a sedevaticanist, and I don't buy the concept of a hidden Pope at this point in history.
I am truly happy to see some of the people here who share my enthusiasm for that subject, as well as discussions about the Three Days of Darkness, and various other apocalyptic events that we are living through and will continue to live through in the future.  
Just as the Hebrews previously lived their lives awaiting a messiah, so too, we live and await the time for the messiah's return.  We have some dark days between then and now, but Christ told us to just keep our head up during these times.  
I look forward to sorting through the various threads, and I hope to catch onto a few and contribute.


L.H.
hirschfiles.blogspot.com

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Great Catholic Monarch
February 14, 2009

I do not buy the Garabandal prophecies.  What about that poor guy Joey, who was supposed to be cured of his blindness and see?  Makes me pity him.  
And what about the fact that Pope John Paul II was supposed to witness the Warning?  He's dead now. 
Too many false details accompany Garabandal . It reeks, to me, of Medjugore, and in fact, I believe it may have been a diabolic diversion.
Check out Richard Salbott's thoughts on Garabandal: 
http://unitypublishing.com/Apparitions/Garabandal2.html

And concerning Joel23's post, yes, it seems to me he is coming from a fundamentalist perspective.  I used to be a Baptist.  His conception of this "John Hagee" timeline smells familiar.
I'm glad we got people talkin' about the Great Monarch, finally.  I've been waiting for discussion of this man to come, for about two or three years now. 

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Secret State Police Report: Ron Paul, Bob Barr, Chuck Baldwin, Libertarians are Terrorists
March 12, 2009

Coming from infowars.com, I'm a little leary of the truth of this article.  However--I repeat--only a little.  It would not surprise me if this is true.  I searched the MIAC site for the report titled "The Modern Militia Movement" dated on February 20, 2009, but I found nothing.  

I could not find anything anywhere on the internet.  I will, however, be following this very carefully.  

If it turns out that anyone claiming Constitutionalism is now a terrorist--that we are to be lumped in with white supremacists--then God help us all.  The monitoring shall now begin.  Anyone even posting on blogs are suspect anymore if this thing develops.  

I supported Ron Paul.  And now, I'm a threat?  Why am I not surprised.

-L.H.
www.hirschfiles.blogspot.com

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Secret State Police Report: Ron Paul, Bob Barr, Chuck Baldwin, Libertarians are Terrorists
March 12, 2009

I take it back.  I went to the infowars.com site myself and saw the thumbnail copies of the official documents: http://www.infowars.com/secret-state-police-report-ron-paul-bob-barr-chuck-baldwin-libertarians-are-terrorists/

We are in trouble, people.  

Trouble, trouble, trouble.

I believe a police state that we cannot imagine is about to overtake us.  

I guess I'll now post the thumbnails on my blog.  

Super.

-L.H.
www.hirschfiles.blogspot.com

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An interesting Trad Catholic blog...
March 17, 2009

Hello Fisheaters!


I'm finding myself ever-more addicted to checking Fisheaters on a daily basis for updated information on Traditional Catholic topics.

I've been trying to run a Traditional Catholic "survivalist" blog for about two months now.  I call it The Hirsch Files.  

I've posted at least twenty good posts, but only have an audience of about two people.  I try advertising my blog at the end of various blog comments in the Vox Day blog, but I haven't drawn any liberatians in whatsoever.  Oh well!

So, I'm hoping to generate some traffic from the Fisheaters!  

You will see that my blog is established on Traditional Catholic ideas.  I frequently quote Belloc, Chesterton, Michael O'Brien, and others.  I push for the Our Lady of America devotion sometimes, and I enjoy speculating on the private revelation prophecies of such figures as St. Hildegarde or Blessed Maria Taigi.

The motto of the blog site is: "Batten down the hatches. A storm's coming."  I chose this motto because I believe that we are approaching the real End Times that Christendom has feared.  And I therefore advocate for change among us Catholics to become more flexible with our temporal lives, yet become more staunch and valiant with proclaiming our faith.  
I do hope that some of you good people are interested in the offer to come visit!  I am so very curious what the Fisheaters will have to say on some of the posts I've put up.  I'm always fond of the opinions I see on this forum.  

As ever, keep up the discussions guys.  
-Laramie Hirsch
www.hirschfiles.blogspot.com

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rabbi says pope should not wear cross at site
March 17, 2009

Yes, if the Pope is pressured into not wearing a cross at this event, then it will be evidence of simply more-of-the-same thinking that we saw with JPII.  Just the regular excercises of cowardice that my generation of Catholic has become accustomed to.
(For what it's worth, I talk about fighting this kind of cowardism on my blog.)
Laramie Hirsch
www.hirschfiles.blogspot.com

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From a post about...

 O'Brien's Island of the World
April 02, 2009

Video of the Death of Organic farming: 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h9q1QXt4Sw0&feature=related

News story of Congressional move against private farms/gardening:

http://www.worldnetdaily.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=92002

However, I read A Plague Journal.  That was a good one.  The scene with the principal interviewing the father was chilling and telling.

I would say that I think society is headed straight for many versions of that scenario we can read about in A Plague Journal, but then folks would think I'm crazy.  So I'll just go back to watching American Idol and let all the other Catholics vote for pro-abortion senators.

All hail Monsanto.

-L.H.

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Is There A Bellocian Response For Today’s Economic Crisis?
April 03, 2009

When I read Belloc's The Crisis of Civilization, I learned that Capitalism, Socialism, and Communism all fall underneath the umbrella of Materialism.  And it is this concept of Materialism that has been with us since the Reformation, when local kings and lords would begin to loot the local Parishes after declaring independence from Rome.  Gradually, a man's situation depended on what kind of contract he was signed into.  Before, even if you were the poorest man in the world, you were at least promised your house.  Status is what ruled in those days. 

'the law, therefore, should favor ownership, and its policy should be to induce as many as possible of the people to become owners.'

Yes, ownership and status were the foundations of an economy in the High Middle Ages.  However, Satan and his cadre of demons have done wonders in shaping the powers of this world to move toward a society where no man is promised any property--a world we may soon reach, in which all men are slaves.  

Belloc himself once stated that the eventual result of Capitalism and Socialism is the gradual move toward Communism.  

Belloc was a prophet.  

-L.H.

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American Kristallnacht
 April 09, 2009 
 07:47:AM

So, anyway, we are headed into a terrible terrible depression in which America will no longer be a desirable place to be.  In previous years, America was "IT," and everyone wanted to be here.  But soon, I believe, America will be an utter hell that none of us can imagine.  And we'll all wanna escape to somewhere.

So, of course, I'm thinking of ways to prepare.  For example, I've been reading a lot of books about Nazi Germany and how many people saw the warning signs of Germany's fascism.  So they fled before the Kristallnacht occurred.  

I'm also saving up on canned food, batteries, and water.  

However, I'm in debt.  $8000 for college, and $7000 for a credit card.  To top it all off, my wife and I decided to do the Catholic thing and have a baby, due in Oct.  

So, I'm wondering how we're gonna live through what's coming.  Any thoughts people?  

I'd like to just declare bankruptcy or something, and flee with her to her country in the Philippines, but I'm not sure about that possibility.

(I have a feeling that a lot of us are going to start to really identify with Cubans who were trying to leave Castro's dictatorship.)

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American Kristallnacht
 April 09, 2009
08:26:AM

What about the discussions of hyperinflation?  And what about all of this nationalizing of our industries that is surely to lower the worth of our companies?  And what about the international talk from other countries, particularly at the G20, of moving away from the dollar into new currency--a situation in which our money would become close to worthless?  The lack of confidence in our stockmarket?  The loss of our manufacturing base?  The confining laws that are vomited out of our Congress on a monthly basis?  

Don't you think all this may have a bearing on whether or not I (or others around me) will be employed in 2-4 years?  Already at my work, they've had to cut hours.  We are not out of the woods, folks.  

What about this guy who's selling his blood? http://www.denverpost.com/business/ci_12102879

What about decaying cities that are popping up all around the country? http://www.blacklistednews.com/news-3860-0-13-13--.html

And the selloff of our factories? http://www.detnews.com/article/20090409/METRO08/904090411

Do you really think this is just some sort of mild recession we'll just come out of, guys?  Rosarium, do you think that this is just some little bump in the road for America, and we'll come out of it like we did from the seventies?  SoleRedemption, are you of the same mind?  
Do you think that Obama's policies are going to fix this tangle?
Here is a site I found today that inspired me to begin this thread.  http://inflation.us/

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