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Seven Statements on faith, hope, charity, prudence, justice, courage and temperance.
Josef Pieper, lecture manuscript published in 1981, on the three theological virtues and four cardinal virtues.
…The Day Tapes recall the prescient warnings of Richard Day from 1969, (1, 2, 3) and explain the concept of the Ostensible Reason vs. the Real Reason which provide the methods by which all of the various strategies of herd culling social engineering would be employed.
Welp. They sure as shit employed them.
And the predictions and plans are laid out in chilling, stunning, accurate detail.
Listening and reading is like listening to a Ghost explain your life…
The speaker is Lawrence Dunegan, a Catholic pediatrician who lived and worked in Pittsburgh and was present at a March 1969 lecture about the New World Order, given by Dr. Richard Day to a gathering of about 80 doctors. Tapes 1 and 2 were recorded in 1988.
The interviewer for the third tape (recorded in October 1991) was Randy Engel, a Catholic and the Director of the US Coalition for Life.
Dr. Dunegan described Dr. Day’s comments about religion on Tape 1:
Another area of discussion was Religion. This [Richard Day] is an avowed atheist speaking. And he said, "Religion is not necessarily bad. A lot of people seem to need religion, with its mysteries and rituals — so they will have religion. But the major religions of today have to be changed because they are not compatible with the changes to come. The old religions will have to go. Especially Christianity. Once the Roman Catholic Church is brought down, the rest of Christianity will follow easily. Then a new religion can be accepted for use all over the world. It will incorporate something from all of the old ones to make it more easy for people to accept it, and feel at home in it. Most people won't be too concerned with religion. They will realize that they don't need it.”
On Tape 3, Engel and Dunegan discuss this topic:
Engel: The other factor is this whole factor of religion, and he was talking basically about a religion without dogma, a religion that would have a little bit from all the other traditional religions so no one would really feel uncomfortable, and he said, rather condescendingly, “some people need this and if they need it we'll manufacture something that they need.”
But of course it can't be anything that would declare anything that were moral absolutes or the natural law. Which means that the main target of this group of controllers of course, was and is the Roman Catholic Church and he mentioned the Roman Catholic Church specifically.
Dunegan: [paraphrasing Day’s comments] “Religion's important because it is eternal and we... people who would follow the church will not buy our rules about change. But if we make our own religion, if we define what is religion then we can change it as it suits us.”
Yes, the Roman Catholic Church...I was kind of flattered sitting here as a Catholic, hearing it pointed out that the Church is the one obstacle that, he said, "We have to change that. And once the Roman Catholic Church falls, the rest of Christianity will fall easily…"
Dunegan’s concluding comments at the end of tape 3:
Dunegan: Just as with the prisoners who survived the brainwashing, I think people who are spiritually oriented, who are thinking about God, thinking about their relationship with God, are the ones who will then be better prepared or equipped to survive this world and the next. Whereas, those who are just focused on meeting their needs right now, strictly the material needs of the day, they're more easily controlled.
Under the threat of losing your comforts or losing your food or losing your head or whatever, certainly some people are going to yield, and those who I think will survive and I really mean both in this life and the next — they're going to have to be the ones who are prepared.
Because it's my belief when the time comes to make the decision... "Are you going to sign on or not?"... it's too late to begin preparation and start saying, "Well, let me think about this."
You won't have time to think about it. You're either going to say yes or no.
I hope a lot of us make the right decision.
Much of the Bailiwick project is about compiling and transmitting information that can help interested readers to build and sustain their own faith, understanding of reality and understanding of Catholic moral doctrine.
Those are elements instrumental for preparing mentally, spiritually and physically to make right decisions as the Luciferians continue to present agonizing choices, including more demands for submission to sterilizing/injurious/suicidal-homicidal injections labeled as ‘vaccines’ — falsely presented for the ostensible reason (common good) to hide the real reason (cull-and-control) — in exchange for access to the means of making a material living.
May the good God help all people — including those who succumbed to the fear propaganda and lies, submitted to one or more shots since December 2020 and/or pressured others to do so — to:
Learn from the Covid-19 system test, which has now joined swine flu, AIDS, anthrax, bird flu and other biomedical-police state societal assaults run by the cullers since 1969, and
Prepare to withstand the oncoming battery starting with the false “tripledemic” threat for Fall 2023.
Seven Statements, from Josef Pieper: An Anthology (1981). Translation by Margareta Svjagintsev.
The wisdom of the West expresses the sum total of what man “ought to do” in seven sentences:
First: Man, insofar as he realizes his meaning, is someone who — in faith — opens himself by listening to God’s word, whenever he can perceive it.
Second: Man is true to himself only when he is stretching forth — in hope — toward a fulfillment that cannot be reached in his bodily existence.
Third: The man who strives for fulfillment is someone who — in love (caritas) — partakes in the eternally affirmative power of the Creator himself and, with all the strength of his being, finds it good that God, the world and he himself exist.
Fourth: Man’s life is authentic only when he does not allow his vision of reality to be clouded by the yes or no of his own desire; on the contrary, his decisionmaking and action depend upon reality revealing itself to him. By his willingness to live the truth he shows himself to be prudent.
Fifth: The good man is above all just, which means he understands how to be a companion. He possesses the art of living with others in such a way that he gives to each what is rightfully his.
Sixth: The man who is prudent and just knows that it is necessary to put himself on the line in order to realize the good in this world. He is ready — with courage — to accept loss and injuries for the sake of truth and justice.
Seventh: To the authenticity of man belongs the virtue of temperance or self-discipline that protects him from the self-destruction of pleasure seeking.
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