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All war is based in deception (cfr. Sun Tzu, “The Art of War”). Definition of deception: “The practice of deliberately making somebody believe things that are not true. An act, a trick or device entended to deceive somebody”. Thus, all war is based in metaphor. All war necessarily perfects itself in poetry. Poetry (since indefinable) is the sense of seduction. Therefore, all war is the storytelling of seduction, and seduction is the nature of war.
Pola Oloixarac (Las teorías salvajes)
If elitist groups like Bohemian Club, the CFR and the Bilderberg Group select and groom candidates to become Presidents of the US then isn’t it safe to assume they also dictate certain policies once their alumni are in the White House?
Lance Morcan (The Orphan Conspiracies: 29 Conspiracy Theories from The Orphan Trilogy)
David Rockefeller and Zbigniew Brzezinski found Jimmy Carter to be their ideal candidate. They helped him win the nomination and the presidency. To accomplish this purpose, they mobilized the money power of the Wall Street bankers, the intellectual influence of the academic community – which is subservient to the wealth of the great tax-free foundations – and the media controllers represented in the membership of the CFR and the Trilateral.
James Perloff (Truth Is a Lonely Warrior: Unmasking the Forces behind Global Destruction)
The goal of the Council on Foreign Relations is world government. Admiral Chester Ward, former Judge Advocate General of the U.S. Navy, was a CFR member for sixteen years before resigning in disgust. In 1975, he stated that the Council’s objective is “submergence of U.S. sovereignty into an all-powerful one-world government.” He also said: “This lust to surrender the sovereignty and independence of the United States is pervasive throughout most of the membership.” “In the entire CFR lexicon, there is no term of revulsion carrying a meaning so deep as ‘America First.’”25
James Perloff (Truth Is a Lonely Warrior: Unmasking the Forces behind Global Destruction)
The American middle-class is being squeezed to death by a vise. (See Chart 9) In the streets we have avowed revolutionary groups such as the Students for a Democratic Society (which was started by the League for Industrial Democracy, a group with strong C.F.R. ties), the Black Panthers, the Yippies, the Young Socialist Alliance. These groups chant that if we don't "change" America, we will lose it. "Change" is a word we hear over and over. By "change" these groups mean Socialism. Virtually all members of these groups sincerely believe that they are fighting the Establishment. In reality they are an indispensible ally of the Establishment in fastening Socialism on all of us. The naive radicals think that under Socialism the "people" will run everything. Actually, it will be a clique of Insiders in total control, consolidating and controlling all wealth. That is why these schoolboy Lenins and teenage Trotskys are allowed to roam free and are practically never arrested or prosecuted. They are protected. If the Establishment wanted the revolutionaries stopped, how long do you think they would be tolerated?   ----   Chart 9   [Insert pic p125]
Gary Allen (None Dare Call It Conspiracy)
From my perspective, those who were actively laying the groundwork for implementing the New World Order through mind conditioning of the masses made no distinction between Democratic and Republican parties. Their aspirations were international in proportion, not American.1 Members were often drawn from, among other elitist groups, the Council on Foreign Relations. Like George Bush, Bill Clinton was an active member of the CFR, as well as a Yale Skull and Bones graduate. Based on numerous conversations I overheard, Clinton was being groomed and prepared to fill the role of President under the guise of Democrat in the event that the American people became discouraged with Republican leaders. This was further evidenced by the extent of Clinton's New World Order knowledge and professed loyalties.
Cathy O'Brien (TRANCE Formation of America: True life story of a mind control slave)
These are a substantial number of “they” who once a year meet to deliberate the fate of national economies and, hence, entire populations. Many of them also believe in the mandate of eugenics, the practice of improving the human race to include reducing the population. Know that we do not have the names of every attendee. Only those who authorize the release of their names get mentioned in the public media. Daniel Estulin, author of The True Story of the Bilderberg Group, wrote that the group’s membership and meeting participants have represented a “who’s who” of the world power elite with familiar names like David Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger, Bill and Hillary Clinton, Gordon Brown, Angela Merkel, Alan Greenspan, Ben Bernanke, Larry Summers, Tim Geithner, Lloyd Blankfein, George Soros, Donald Rumsfeld, Rupert Murdoch, other heads of state, influential senators, congressmen, and parliamentarians, Pentagon and NATO brass, members of European royalty, selected media figures, and invited others. Such invitees have included President Obama along with many of his top officials. Estulin said that also represented at Bilderberg meetings are leading figures from the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), IMF, World Bank, the Trilateral Commission, EU, and powerful central bankers from the Federal Reserve, the European Central Bank (ECB), and the Bank of England. David Rockefeller, the head of the Rockefeller family financial empire, is believed to have been a leading Bilderberg attendee for years. Other wealthy elite members merely send representatives.
Jim Marrs (Population Control: How Corporate Owners Are Killing Us)
While David runs the financial end of the Rockefeller dynasty, Nelson runs the political. Nelson would like to be President of the United States. But, unfortunately for him, he is unacceptable to the vast majority of the grass roots of his own party. The next best thing to being President is controlling a President. Nelson Rockefeller and Richard Nixon are supposed to be bitter political competitors. In a sense they are, but that still does not preclude Rockefeller from asserting dominion over Mr. Nixon. When Mr. Nixon and Mr. Rockefeller competed for the Republican nomination in 1968, Rockefeller naturally would have preferred to win the prize, but regardless of who won, he would control the highest office in the land. You will recall that right in the middle of drawing up the Republican platform in 1960, Mr. Nixon suddenly left Chicago and flew to New York to meet with Nelson Rockefeller in what Barry Goldwater described as the "Munich of the Republican Party." There was no political reason why Mr. Nixon needed to crawl to Mr. Rockefeller. He had the convention all sewed up. The Chicago Tribune cracked that it was like Grant surrendering to Lee. In The Making of the President, 1960, Theodore White noted that Nixon accepted all the Rockefeller terms for this meeting, including provisions "that Nixon telephone Rockefeller personally with his request for a meeting; that they meet at the Rockefeller apartment…that their meeting be secret and later be announced in a press release from the Governor, not Nixon; that the meeting be clearly announced as taking place at the Vice President's request; that the statement of policy issuing from it be long, detailed, inclusive, not a summary communiqué." The meeting produced the infamous "Compact of Fifth Avenue" in which the Republican Platform was scrapped and replaced by Rockefeller's socialist plans. The Wall Street Journal of July 25, 1960, commented: "…a little band of conservatives within the party…are shoved to the sidelines… [T]he fourteen points are very liberal indeed; they comprise a platform akin in many ways to the Democratic platform and they are a far cry from the things that conservative men think the Republican Party ought to stand for…" As Theodore White put it: "Never had the quadrennial liberal swoop of the regulars been more nakedly dramatized than by the open compact of Fifth Avenue. Whatever honor they might have been able to carry from their services on the platform committee had been wiped out. A single night's meeting of the two men in a millionaire's triplex apartment in Babylon-by-the-Hudson, eight hundred and thirty miles away, was about to overrule them; they were exposed as clowns for all the world to see." The whole story behind what happened in Rockefeller's apartment will doubtless never be known. We can only make an educated guess in light of subsequent events. But it is obvious that since that time Mr. Nixon has been in the Rockefeller orbit.
Gary Allen (None Dare Call It Conspiracy)
for exemptions for their outbreak investigations rather than quibble over whether such investigations are research or public health practice. There is nothing in an outbreak investigation that presents to the subjects risks as great as those presented by research on public benefit or service programs (particularly “possible changes in or alternatives to those programs”), a category that is already exempted at 45 CFR 46.101(b)(5) of the U.S. federal regulations.31
Ezekiel J. Emanuel (The Oxford Textbook of Clinical Research Ethics)
The Council on Foreign Relations is like an establishment country club—a veritable Who’s Who of American policy-making. The mainstream press has historically given scant coverage to exactly what it is that the CFR does. The “Foreign Relations” part of the name would seem to indicate a group devoted to the study of foreign policy objectives. Indeed, on the rare occasions that the CFR is mentioned in the mainstream media, it is inevitably referred to as “an influential foreign policy think tank”—makes it even more curious that so many celebrated figures decidedly lacking in “foreign policy” experience are or have been members.
Donald Jeffries (Hidden History: An Exposé of Modern Crimes, Conspiracies, and Cover-Ups in American Politics)
Cfr. D. Priori, Misure di polizia contro l’uso di barbe e baffi, in «Archivio storico per le province napoletane», 1961, III serie, vol. I, pp. 369-377; R. Zagaria, Il pallore e la barba durante il Risorgimento, Catania, Guaitolini, 1928.
Stefano Pivato (Favole e politica: Pinocchio, Cappuccetto rosso e la Guerra fredda)
CFR’s Renewing America initiative—from which this book arose—has focused on those areas of economic policy that are the most important for reinforcing America’s competitive strengths. Education, corporate tax policy, and infrastructure, for example, are issues that historically have been considered largely matters of domestic policy. Yet in a highly competitive global economy, an educated workforce, a competitive tax structure, and an efficient transportation network are all crucial to attracting investment and delivering goods and services that can succeed in global markets. The line between domestic economic policy and foreign economic policy is in many cases now almost invisible. Building a more competitive economy for the future requires that our political leaders—not just in Congress and the White House but also in state and local governments—understand how their policy choices can affect the choices of companies that can now invest almost anywhere in the world.
Edward Alden (How America Stacks Up: Economic Competitiveness and U.S. Policy)
The term nonfunctional never sat well with me. Some of the things that get covered by this term seem very functional in nature! One of my colleagues, Sarah Taraporewalla, coined the phrase cross-functional requirements (CFR) instead, which I greatly prefer
Sam Newman (Building Microservices)
18 «Nell’esperienza di un grande amore tutto ciò che accade diventa un avvenimento nel suo ambito» (R. Guardini, L’essenza del Cristianesimo, Morcelliana, Brescia 1980, p. 12). 19 «La vita dell’uomo consiste nell’affetto che principalmente lo sostiene e nel quale trova la sua più grande soddisfazione» (cfr. san Tommaso, Summa Theologiae, II IIae, q. 179, a. 1).
Luigi Giussani (Affezione e dimora - Quasi Tischreden - Volume 5 (Italian Edition))
The Illuminati use several umbrella organizations whose leaders usually don’t know that they are being manipulated and controlled. One of the Illuminati organizations working from behind the scenes of visible world politics is the Association of the Round Table. Just like the Order of the Illuminati this society is devoted to the destruction of national states, and they strive for a sort of international super-state: the prototype of the so-called New World Order! The Round Table was founded in 1891 by the politician Cecil Rhodes and is built in the same way as the Order of the Illuminati. In 1902 the Association of Helpers (a group of supporters from the outside from seven different countries) was created. This group created the Round Table Societies in different countries. The North American branch of the Round Table Group was initially called National Civic Federation, a name that was changed in 1921 by Colonel Mandell House into Council on Foreign Relations (CFR).[46] Today the organization claims approximately 2000 members. It is striking that almost all members of the CFR hold important positions in the government of the United States, the CIA and the American financial world. Aside from the enormous influence of the organization over the majority of American public life, it also exercises considerable pressure on the Congress and the government of the United States. At the moment the CFR is the most important component of the “World Government” operating behind the scenes.[47] The grandson of Franklin Roosevelt declared that the President completely depended on the CFR; every step he took was dictated by this institution. In 1975 retired Navy Admiral Chester Ward, former Judge Advocate General of the U.S. Navy and former CFR member, wrote in a critique that the goal of the CFR is the submergence of U.S. sovereignty and national independence into an all powerful One World government. In one of the first issues of Foreign Affairs (1922), the Council on Foreign Relations magazine, World Government is already endorsed:
Robin de Ruiter (Worldwide Evil and Misery - The Legacy of the 13 Satanic Bloodlines)
Prior to the actual establishment of the CFR, these Globalists had worked to destroy the Tsar. Today, their successors seek to destroy Putin.
M.S. King (The War Against Putin: What the Government-Media Complex Isn't Telling You About Russia)
Katherine Graham, Washington Post publisher and CFR member, wiping her feet on the 1st Amendment
J. Micha-el Thomas Hays (Rise of the New World Order: The Culling of Man)
Americans are not unlike mushrooms in this aspect: we are kept in the dark, and fed a constant diet of bullshit. Let’s concentrate on the CFR, aka the Eastern Establishment
J. Micha-el Thomas Hays (Rise of the New World Order: The Culling of Man)
In aggregate, early-nineteenth-century physicians confronting a yellow fever epidemic anticipated a CFR ranging from 15 to 50 percent.
Frank M. Snowden III (Epidemics and Society: From the Black Death to the Present)
SARS presented many of the features that most severely expose the vulnerabilities of the global system. It is a respiratory disease capable of spreading from person to person without a vector; it has an asymptomatic incubation period of more than a week; it generates symptoms that closely resemble those of other diseases; it takes a heavy toll on caregivers and hospital staff; it spreads easily and silently by air travel; and it has a CFR of 10 percent. Moreover, at the time it appeared, its causative pathogen (SARS-associated coronavirus) was unknown, and there was neither a diagnostic test nor a specific treatment. For all of these reasons, it dramatically confirmed the IOM’s 1992 prediction that all countries were more vulnerable than ever to emerging infectious diseases. SARS demonstrated no predilection for any region of the world and was no respecter of prosperity, education, technology, or access to health care. Indeed, after its outbreak in China, SARS spread by airplane primarily to affluent cities such as Singapore, Hong Kong, and Toronto, where it struck relatively prosperous travelers and their contacts and hospital workers, patients, and their visitors rather than the poor and the marginalized. More
Frank M. Snowden III (Epidemics and Society: From the Black Death to the Present)
It is the loss of virus-bearing fluids that also makes the patient highly infectious during the wet stage and then just after death. In all cases, the prognosis is unfavorable because the CFR of Ebola ranges from 60 percent to 90 percent, depending on the virus strain and the availability of supportive therapy and nursing care.
Frank M. Snowden III (Epidemics and Society: From the Black Death to the Present)
Tampoco los españoles mataron a Moctezuma, sino que lo hicieron sus propias gentes. Es más, Hernán Cortés y él llegaron a ser grandes amigos y a apreciarse sinceramente. Y en las guerras que se sucedieron a su muerte, crueldades las cometieron todos y no siempre las mayores fueron obra de los españoles. A este respecto, se «ignora» la llamada «Noche Triste» o se «olvida» que recientes excavaciones llevadas a cabo en Tecoaque —que significa literalmente «lugar donde se los comieron» (antigua Zultépec)—, a 50 kilómetros al este de Ciudad de México, han demostrado que entre junio de 1520 y marzo de 1521 los mexicas apresaron una caravana que Cortés había dejado en retaguardia con heridos, enfermos, mujeres (españolas y mulatas) y niños que les acompañaban, junto a trescientos aliados tlaxcaltecas. Todos ellos fueron asesinados y sacrificados a los dioses, junto a los animales europeos que formaban parte de la caravana, siendo exhibidos los cráneos como trofeo ante el templo principal (cfr. Itinerario de Hernán Cortés, 2014, pp. 60-61). Nadie osaría hoy en España echar en cara o pedir responsabilidades por tales hechos a los habitantes actuales de México. Lo contrario, no está tan claro.
Alberto Gil Ibáñez (La leyenda negra: Historia del odio a España (Spanish Edition))
Obviamente se cometieron abusos, pero desde el principio la intención de los Reyes Católicos fue que se tratase a los indios muy bien y amorosamente (cfr. Primera Instrucción de los Reyes a Colón). Y las normas que perfilaban los derechos de los indios fueron constantes a lo largo de todo el periodo de presencia española. Para la época en que estamos hablando, donde la esclavitud era moneda corriente, pueden considerarse hasta ejemplares. De hecho, se ha barajado como causa de la destitución de Colón por parte de los reyes, el que aquél no cumpliera sus órdenes respecto a no tratar ni comerciar a los indios como esclavos (H. Thomas, 2003, p. 220). Curiosa o paradójicamente, fue el muy alabado Colón (al que todos quieren tener todavía hoy como nacional de sus tierras, incluidos, cómo no, los catalanes) el que propuso a los Reyes Católicos la venta de esclavos «a 1500 maravedíes la pieza», y es la depreciada, por muchos, Isabel I, la que obliga a tratarles como personas libres e no como siervos (R. Menéndez Pidal, 2012, p. 3). Otro mito que se cae: Colón, como buen genovés quiso desde el primer momento hacer dinero vendiendo a los indios como esclavos, contra la opinión y las órdenes de los Reyes Católicos «españoles».
Alberto Gil Ibáñez (La leyenda negra: Historia del odio a España (Spanish Edition))
Es más, se estudiaron las lenguas indígenas, se elaboraron diccionarios, se estudió la geografía, la fauna, la flora… (cfr. J. Marías, 2010, p. 178). A pesar de la Inquisición, el primer libro que se imprimió en el continente americano (incluyendo el norte) fue una gramática náhuatl.
Alberto Gil Ibáñez (La leyenda negra: Historia del odio a España (Spanish Edition))
Cholera was feared for many reasons. One was its sudden appearance as an unknown invader from the East—indeed, it was called “Asiatic cholera.” It also created alarm because of its gruesome symptoms, its high CFR, its sudden onset, and its predilection for attacking adults in the prime of life.
Frank M. Snowden III (Epidemics and Society: From the Black Death to the Present)
In the era before the discovery of antibiotics, plague normally killed more than half of the people it infected, for a CFR of at least 50 percent—a rate attained by few other diseases. Furthermore, its progress through the body was terrifyingly swift. As a rule, plague killed within days of the onset of symptoms, and sometimes more quickly.
Frank M. Snowden III (Epidemics and Society: From the Black Death to the Present)
Singularly infectious and highly virulent, typhus invariably produced a high rate of mortality before antibiotics, when CFR exceeded 50 percent. But the conditions of the winter retreat in 1812 greatly exacerbated the death rate by destroying all possibility of recovery and convalescence.
Frank M. Snowden III (Epidemics and Society: From the Black Death to the Present)
nothing more than a paid actor. Without his scripted teleprompter lines he is nothing. He is a pathological liar who speaks out of both sides of his mouth, and the people are so dumbed down and distracted that they just don’t catch on to this. His staff is loaded to the brim with CFR/Trilateral Commission/Bilderberg/Club of Rome members, a fact you can easily check on Google.
J. Micha-el Thomas Hays (Rise of the New World Order: The Culling of Man)
justicia de Dios es su perdón (cfr Sal 51,11-16).
Pope Francis (Jubileo de la Misericordia (Spanish Edition))
While it is possible for the con fessor in some cases to obtain such knowledge without confession, this is not the rule, because the confessor, not the penitent, is the competent judge of the latter's state of conscience and without a close insight into the number and gravity of the sins submitted he cannot decide whether to give or to withhold absolution. 14 Conse- 14 Cfr. St. Jerome, In Matth., 16, varietates, scit qui ligandus sit 29: " Quum peccatorum audierit quive solvendus." igo THE THREE ACTS OF THE PENITENT quently the confessor has the right and the duty to de mand an accurate and circumstantial description of the penitent's state of conscience, i. e. a complete confes sion of his sins. But the office of the penitential judge does not end here. Even if the penitent has the right disposition, the priest may not absolve him without at the same time enjoining an appropriate penance* This again cannot be justly determined without a com plete knowledge of the facts, because a penance must correspond to the number and gravity of the sins for which it is imposed. " It is manifest," says the Council of Trent, " that priests could not have exercised this judgment without knowledge of the cause; neither indeed could they have observed equity in enjoining punishments, if the faithful should have declared their sins in general only, and not rather specifically, and one by one." 15
Joseph Pohle (The sacraments: A Dogmatic Treatise, Vol. 3)
as the power of the keys is not limited to this world, 5 an indulgence is more than a mere remission of canonical works of penance; it is a valid abso lution, before God, from the punishments of sin which would otherwise have to be redeemed either by voluntary acts of penance here on earth or by compulsory suffering in purgatory. In other words, an indulgence is valid not only in the external forum of the Church, but likewise in foro divino, that is, before God. This simple explanation incidentally removes the mis taken notion that indulgences neutralize the penal effects of sin (concupiscence, disease, death) or that they can free a person from secular obligations towards others. /?) Where does the Church get the merits by which she blots out the punishments of sin ? She 2 Cfr. 2 Cor. II, 7, 20: x a pt~ * V ' su P ra > Sect - T - 5 Cfr. Matt. XVI, 19; XVIII, 18. 3 Cfr. Is. LXI, i. draws them from a thesaurus of which our Lord Jesus Christ has constituted her the dispenser, and out of which she grants to each individual beneficiary as much as is needed to satisfy the justice of God. This thesaurus consists of the superabundant merits of Jesus Christ and His saints. In dispensing these merits to the faithful whenever there is a iusta causa, the Church acts in accordance with the justice as well as the mercy of God. He who gains an indulgence does not approach God empty-handed, but enriched with the merits of Christ and the saints, and thereby satisfies divine justice. God, on the other hand, in freely accepting these vicarious merits instead of the personal satisfaction due Him from the sinner, manifests His grace and mercy, i. e. His in dulgence in a subjective sense.
Joseph Pohle (The sacraments: A Dogmatic Treatise, Vol. 3)
Gutberlet answers this question suc cinctly as follows: " First and above all we uphold the idea of the mystical slaying of the sacrificial Victim by means of the double Consecration. In connection with this, the preparation of the food signifies the preparation of the slain lamb for the sacrificial feast. In this sense the preparation of the sacrificial food continues, supple ments, and completes the mystic slaying. Only a lifeless lamb that has been sacrificed can be eaten, as St. Gregory of Nyssa says. Because the Eucharist is also a Sacra ment, the Consecration, as an offering, reduces the Body of the Lord to the condition of food, which condition 18 fjS-r} r6 awfia IrtQvro* l» V. supra, pp. 162 sqq. 370 THE EUCHARIST AS A SACRIFICE is at the same time that of a sacrificial lamb/' 20 Cfr. i Cor. V, 7: " Etenim Pascha nostrum immolatus est Christus — For Christ our pasch is sacrificed.
Joseph Pohle (The sacraments: A Dogmatic Treatise, Vol. 2)
a) Theologians generally* agree that in itself (in actu primo) the Mass, as a sacrifice of impetration and pro pitiation, has infinite power, because impetration and propitiation performed by the God-man must have the same infinite value as praise and thanksgiving, though they may not attain their full effect on account of the limitations of human nature. It follows that intensively (intensive) the external value of the Mass as a sacrifice of impe- 2 Cfr. Pohle-Preuss, Christology, per hanc incruentam uberrime per-pp. 161 sqq.; Soteriology, pp. 70 cipiuntur." sqq. 4 With but few exceptions, among 3 Sess. XXII, cap. 2: " Cuius them Bellarmine, De Eucharistia, quidem oblationis cruentae fructus VI, 4. tration and propitiation can be but finite. This is con firmed by experience, and also by the fact that the Church allows many Masses to be offered for the same purpose. We may fairly ask, however, whether in its application (in actu secitndo) and extensively (extensive) the value of the Mass is also merely finite.
Joseph Pohle (The sacraments: A Dogmatic Treatise, Vol. 2)
the baptismal character, as a signum configurativum, incorporates the recipient into Christ's own family, bestows upon him the Saviour's coat-of-arms, and thus renders him a Christian, i. e. one who is like unto Christ. Cfr. Gal. Ill, 27: "As many of you as have been baptized in Christ, have put on Christ." 41
Joseph Pohle (The sacraments : a dogmatic treatise, Vol. 1)
Similarly, Bangladesh CFR, Senegal, Pakistan, Serbia, Nigeria, Turkey, and Ukraine all allow unrestricted use of HCQ and all have miniscule case fatality rates compared to the countries that ban HCQ.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. (The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health)
Questions for Reflection How’s my prayer life doing? If I were to compare my prayer life to a natural life, would I say that it’s being nourished and cultivated to the point of thriving? Or barely surviving? Or is it alive at all? Do I believe in the value of prayer? What are some of the obstacles that keep me from having
Fr. Mark-Mary Ames, CFR (Habits for Holiness: Small Steps for Making Big Spiritual Progress)
Many of us, even in our families, are still in control and still able to hide our weakness and our struggle. The difficulty is that we end up limiting our experience of love. We control how much others know of us and so limit the depth to which we know their love.
Fr. Mark-Mary Ames, CFR (Habits for Holiness: Small Steps for Making Big Spiritual Progress)
Quien se encierra en sí mismo para custodiar su libertad se convierte en esclavo de su propia pequeñez, mientras que quien se olvida de sí mismo para darse a los demás ensancha su libertad y ayuda a liberar a los demás: quien conserve su vida la perderá, mientras quien pierde su vida la ganará (cfr. Mt 10, 39).
Mariano Fazio (Libertad para amar: a través de los clásicos (Literatura y Ciencia de la Literatura) (Spanish Edition))
Por otro lado, muchos padres de la Iglesia estaban formados en una educación clásica y notaban las dificultades que entrañaba la exégesis de los textos sagrados, dificultades que iban desde la descuidada redacción de las Escrituras a los ojos de los paganos, hasta contradicciones e inconsistencias internas que los ponían en ridículo ante los filósofos. Un caso típico de este enfrentamiento es la polémica entre Orígenes y Celso. Este último le reprochaba al cristianismo el uso de textos carentes de profundidad filosófica (cfr. Celso, 1988, pp. 75-106), al tiempo que Orígenes trataba de demostrar que el contenido filosófico de las Escrituras estaba velado y era necesaria una exégesis especial para entenderlo.
Jorge Iván Salazar Muñoz (Cosmología en la obra de Dante Alighieri: Génesis y fuentes (Colección Textos de Ciencias Humanas) (Spanish Edition))
the “nondelegation doctrine” is arguably the most significant Administrative State issue being actively considered within the current Supreme Court. The theory is predicated on the Constitution’s Article I, which provides that all legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in Congress. This grant of power, the argument goes, cannot be redelegated to the executive branch. If Congress grants an agency effectively unlimited discretion (as it has with PAHPRA), then it violates the constitutional “nondelegation” rule. If the PAHPRA is overturned, then the whole cascade of HHS Administrative State actions that have enabled bypassing of normal bioethical (see the “Common Rule” 48 CFR § 1352.235-70 - Protection of human subjects) and both normal drug and vaccine regulatory procedures would collapse.
Robert W Malone MD MS (Lies My Gov't Told Me: And the Better Future Coming)
La vida sobrenatural implica una realidad ontológica interior: filiación divina, gracia que eleva la naturaleza, virtudes que elevan las potencias de esa naturaleza. Hay —con la elevación al orden sobrenatural— una profunda novedad en el hombre, que impone una primacía al amor hacia quienes como nosotros tienen esa elevación sobrenatural, la gracia, que es una participación de la naturaleza divina (cfr.
Fernando Ocáriz (Amar con obras: a Dios y a los hombres (Libros Palabra nº 67) (Spanish Edition))
The Lord is not going to be the center of our lives or the lives of our children if he is not occasionally the center of the conversation.
Fr. Mark-Mary Ames, CFR (Habits for Holiness: Small Steps for Making Big Spiritual Progress)
FAPE available "to each qualified handicapped person who is in the recipient's jurisdiction. . . ." 34 C.F.R. § 104.33(a). An appropriate education includes "provision of regular or special education and related aids and services that . . . are designed to meet individual educational needs of handicapped persons.. . ." 34 C.F.R. § 104.33(b)(1). As long as the public schools make a FAPE available, they bear no obligation to pay for a child's education in a private school. 34 C.F.R. § 104.33(c)(4). DL v. Baltimore City Board Of School Commissioners, (2013) The court found that "[t]he plain language of the statute and the regulations does not make clear whether public schools are
LandMark Publications (Free Appropriate Public Education: IEPs and the IDEA (Litigator Series))
Che cos'è, in letteratura filosofica, un capolavoro? È un'opera inedita quanto a forma e sostanza, un'opera che non si può duplicare e dopo la quale, nell'ambito in questione, le cose non possono essere più come prima. È un'opera che non si esaurisce mai, per quante volte la leggiamo. In altre parole, è un testo che le riletture non riescono ad esaurire e di cui anzi queste riletture contribuiscono ogni volta ad aumentare il livello di comprensione rispetto alle pagine che già conosciamo. È un'opera in cui si concentrano altre opere, un'opera che quando è giovanile come in questo caso, ne può contenere altre in germe, oppure un'opera che raccoglie anni di letture, di meditazioni, di riflessioni, di scritture. È un'opera impossibile da riprodurre in quanto tale senza evitare il pericolo di plagio, ma che inevitabilmente spinge i suoi lettori a scrivere altre opere, teoriche o pratiche. È un'opera che cambia la vita del suo lettore: la sua visione del mondo. La sua teoria(l'etimologia fa derivare da questa parola da “contemplazione”), ma anche il suo modo di stare al mondo, la sua esistenza concreta, la sua partica esistenziale. È un'opera che non riprendiamo mai senza tremare di felicità.(Cfr. pag 95 "L'ordine libertario" - Vita filosofica di Albert Camus
Michel Onfray
La institución del sacramento del matrimonio se sitúa en el cruce de dos ejes: creación en Adán y Eva; redención en Cristo y la Iglesia. El punto de partida es la plenitud pascual de Jesús, porque solo Él tiene la llave que devuelve el acceso al principio. Al revelar la capacidad de la carne para contener el misterio entero de Dios (cfr. Col 2, 9), Cristo nos invita a mirar al origen y nos recuerda que el cuerpo, en cuanto apertura del hombre para recibir y donar el amor, señala al misterio divino. Se entiende entonces que haya en la carne un sacramento originario: en ella hombre y mujer descubren el amor conyugal, un amor que tiene en Dios su origen y les conduce juntos hacia Él, acogiendo en su viaje a toda la creación. En la medida en que este amor abre un camino y un horizonte, queda tendido en esperanza hacia una plenitud; plenitud que ha llegado en la vida de Cristo. De ahí que, por una
José Granados (Una sola carne en un solo espíritu (Pelícano) (Spanish Edition))
According to an CFR article published in 2017, members were not happy with the prospect of a Donald Trump presidency. “The Trump administration seems determined to muddle through its foreign policy without initial guiding principles, benchmarks for progress, or the means of adjudicating between competing objectives, and with a wildly improvisational leadership style that has no precedent in recent history.
Jim Marrs (The Illuminati: The Secret Society That Hijacked the World)
El Santo Rostro de Jesús es el Rostro que «algunos griegos», de los que habla el Evangelio (cfr. Jn 12, 20-21), deseaban ver; el Rostro que en los próximos días de la Pasión contemplaremos desfigurado a causa de los pecados, la indiferencia y la ingratitud de los hombres; el Rostro radiante de luz y resplandeciente de gloria, que brillará en el alba del día de Pascua. Mantengamos fijos el corazón y la mente en el Rostro de Cristo Homilía, 29-3-2009
Pope Benedict XVI (Pensamientos sobre el rostro de Jesús (dBolsillo MC nº 820) (Spanish Edition))
«No es este el ayuno que Yo deseo» (cfr. Is 58, 6), exclama el Señor por boca de Isaías. ¿Qué ayuno, entonces? La indicación es muy concreta: si ayunas, hazlo para liberarte de lo que te agobia, para hacerte disponible a Dios y asumir su estilo, para quitar el hambre al hambriento, para ayudar a quien pasa necesidad, para auxiliar a tu prójimo, comenzando por quien está más cerca de ti, en tu familia, en tu casa, en tu comunidad, en tu puesto vital y de trabajo.
Giulio Viviani (¿Por qué ayunar si no lo entiendo? (dBolsillo nº 844) (Spanish Edition))