QUOTE [ Barnhardt ]:
“All the way back in 2010, when I was still writing for an audience mostly consisting of ranchers and farmers, but still horrified by what I was seeing in the political and cultural spheres, I penned these words. They now apply, to a degree infinitely higher, to Jorge Bergoglio and his reign of terror and destruction of souls:
“Bravery and cowardice are a zero-sum game. When a man cowers, he isn’t merely shielding himself from danger and nothing more. What he is doing is shirking off on to some other man his share of bravery that justice demands. Because the good German people cowered and failed to stand up and stop what they clearly saw happening in the mid-to-late 1930s, their collective failure in courage cumulated and compounded. Where their failure in courage all eventually ended up was on the shoulders of the men who stormed the beaches at Normandy, among many, many others.
“Do you see how that works? Good will always prevail, but there is no limit to the amount of suffering that will be required for that victory to occur. If men stand up early on, the suffering will be minimized because it will be spread over many people. The worst that might happen is that some folks go to bed scared for a while, but widespread bravery will allow good to prevail without much suffering. If, however, there is a decided lack of courage displayed by a large group or society early on in an advance by the powers of evil, that aggregated courage requirement will be borne by a relative few at a later time. The longer this goes on, the worse it will be for the few who have to bear the weight of the cowardice of the broad society.
“At some point, someone is going to have to anathematize Bergoglio in order to offer any credible and meaningful counter to his satanic, murderous utterances. It should be done as soon as possible, which means while he is still alive, which means deposition as well. For the love of God, and for the sake of every human soul now and forever capable of being scandalized into eternal damnation by Bergoglio’s diabolical lies, let an Imperfect Ecumenical Council be called by those bishops remaining who still hold the Catholic faith, and love God above all else. The Remnant Church Militant must either wage a counter-attack, or resign.”