Elites, Antidecalogue and the Solution (+video)

2 July 2018

Under the influence of the elites, the programme of lies is being implemented and is bearing disastrous fruits. I would like to show the solution.

The Czech martyr John Huss said: “Search for truth, love truth, defend truth, for truth will deliver you from sins and from the devil and, ultimately, from eternal death.”

Today, however, the elites dictate the opposite: do not search truth, do not love truth, defend lies… But the end of it is eternal death.

An ancient pagan philosopher said: “Know yourself.” What is important for self-knowledge?

If you truly know yourself, you see that although you want to do good and you love good, you do evil which you do not want. So there is a certain power within us which goes against our reason and against our will. It is original sin, or in other words, the source of lies and evil in us. It holds us in self-deception, selfishness and under the sway of disordered passions. Man becomes a slave to food, alcohol, nicotine, narcotics, sexual immorality and perversion. Moreover, he is enslaved by egoism, career, consumerism, hatred and envy. Reason and the will are deceived, so man actually desires what is harmful to him. If someone tells him the truth about his faults or addictions, he is unable to admit it. He will not even listen to it. Man is egocentric and loves lies. Why? In the heart of man is the source of lies and evil, so-called original sin. On the other hand, however, deep in our soul, there is a desire for true happiness, truth and justice.

Why can this desire not develop?

Because man avoids self-denial and self-criticism. But then he can never experience true freedom and deep peace in the soul which results from the love of truth.

Who will deliver us from the slavery of self-deceit?

Only Jesus. He is the Truth. To them who come to Him He gives the light and strength, so that they may be truly free.

Unless people are shown the meaning and purpose of life, there is no point in moralizing them. Knowing the truth about ourselves is the condition for knowing the truth about God. If people refuse to admit that there is a source of lies and evil in them, they feel no need to seek salvation. If they do admit it and want to make the first step to God, this system of lies in their heart resists and does not want to allow them to do so. Jesus came to save us: “Repentance and forgiveness of sins is preached in His name to all nations.” (Lk 24)

What is repentance?

Repentance is the condition for the forgiveness of sins. It means to admit the truth about us, that is our sin, before ourselves and before God. As long as man has no knowledge of Jesus as his Saviour, he escapes a liberating self-criticism. The very essence of Christianity is to preach the forgiveness of sins, which is in Jesus Christ alone. Then we must continue walking the way of truth.

What does it mean to walk the way of truth?

It means to accept the way of truth as our life programme. God then gives the light and strength for the fight against lies and evil both in us and around us. To walk the way of truth and to follow Christ is true and supreme heroism.

Today we are witnessing a systematic promotion of lies. Lies have already poisoned everything. A false ideology deprives man of the most primitive knowledge about himself. It shamelessly tells him that he cannot even know if he is a man or a woman. We have reached the era of antichrist and total satanization. The way was paved by heresies in Christianity, so the Church ceased to be the salt and the light of the world. Heresies destroyed the truth and established a system of lies and death.

Where must the true reform begin and how?

It must begin with every man by accepting the truth about himself and about God, that is by repentance. This is connected with both self-education and education. All means must be used to educate the young generation. This is more needed today than progress in science or economics! The reform must start from kindergartens and continue at all levels of education. Pedagogues must teach and warn about the dangers of harmful addictions, particularly drug abuse, alcoholism, sexual perversion and destructive sects. But this is not enough. They must first of all positively prepare youth for a responsible life, responsible marriage and parenthood. The basis of education is the Decalogue.

What is the Decalogue?

The Decalogue is the basis of morality and just legislation. It formed European civilization until the establishment of the satanic antidecalogue, the so-called Lisbon Treaty.

What are the first three commandments of the Decalogue about?

They establish our relationship to God.

What does the First Commandment cover which says: “You shall worship the Lord your God and Him only shall you serve”?

It is followed by the words: “I am the Lord your God. You shall have no other gods.” So the First Commandment tells us to worship the one true God and forbids us to worship false gods, i.e. demons. Demons are worshipped by pagans, e.g. Buddhists, Hindus, Animists… Muslims worship the highest – “akbar” – of the 360 gods of Mecca. Vatican II states that Christians and Muslims worship one and the same god. This is absurdity and haeresis maxima!

The Second Commandment reads: “You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain.” What does it deal with?

The Second Commandment protects the holy name of God. The Scripture says about it: “Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved.” (Rom 10) Pagans, by contrast, invoke the names of demons by repeating a mantra. This leads to union with a demon and to damnation.

What does the Third Commandment oblige us to do when it says: “Remember to keep the Lord’s Day holy”?

The Third Commandment obliges us, Christians, to keep the seventh day holy. Christ was raised on the first day after the Sabbath. The Church also was born on Sunday by both the inner and visible intervention of the Holy Spirit. Therefore we should devote the Lord’s Day to prayer, Holy Mass, the reading of the Scripture and the lives of saints, and to fellowship with other Christians who fight for their salvation the same like us. If Christianity is to be restored, it is necessary to restore the true celebration of Sunday.

What do the other commandments express?

The Fourth to Tenth Commandments treat human relationships.

The Fourth Commandment says: “Honour your father and your mother…” What does God command us?

God commands children to honour their parents. It was a common Christian practice for adult children to care for their parents until their death. Today we see so-called rights being instilled in young children which lead them to completely ignore their parents. In these conditions, there is no more respect for parents. In their old age, parents are separated from the family and placed in institutions where they die in loneliness. In the Netherlands and in other countries that have fallen away from Christianity through heresies, the situation is even worse. Children hire executioners in white coats to kill their own parents by euthanasia. All in line with Euro laws.

The Fifth Commandment commands: “You shall not kill!” What does it concern?

This commandment forbids not only the killing of human life but also doing any harm to our health or to the health of others, e.g. by drug abuse, alcoholism or sexual perversion. Suicide, euthanasia and abortion are grave sins. However, current legislation allows them, and even imposes them by force.

The Sixth Commandment reads: “You shall not commit adultery.” And the Ninth Commandment: “You shall not covet your neighbour’s wife.” What can be said about this?

Human sexuality, which is connected with the transmission of life, is subordinate to God’s law in marriage. Sexual activity outside marriage is a grave sin. The Bible explicitly forbids sexual perversion, such as sodomy, paedophilia, incest, intercourse with animals, corpses and other abominations. Sexual perversion is associated with the transmission of diseases like the deadly AIDS virus, hepatitis B or other infectious diseases.

We live in times when perversion is promoted in mass media, culture, art, legislation. Even children in kindergartens are systematically demoralized. And then they are forced to change their nature in sex-change operations. These are sins crying out to heaven for vengeance, and crimes against humanity.

What about the Seventh Commandment which says: “You shall not steal!”?

The Seventh and Tenth Commandments protect both personal and collective property against theft and damage. Secular law determined all the particulars of penalties for all kinds of thefts and robberies. Today, the false system of antilaws introduces the opposite. It even legalizes the cruellest crime – the stealing of children from their parents.

What does the Eighth Commandment cover which says: “You shall not bear false witness against your neighbour”?

The Eighth Commandment protects the truth and the dignity of man against false accusations. Current antilaws label people who defend the truth and moral values as criminal extremists and -phobes of all kinds. Gross defamation is a programme of the mainstream media and modern psychological trainings. Their goal is to achieve success at any price, by deceit and manipulation. Truth is trampled under foot, and lies and death are in power. The most shameless lies, deceit and injustice against the innocent are disguised with positive terms, such as the rights of the child, human rights… It’s all the more reason for us to love and defend the truth today.

What would You say in conclusion?

Jesus is the unchangeable and living Truth. “Therefore, O faithful Christian, search for truth, love truth, defend truth, for truth will deliver you from sins and from the devil and, ultimately, from eternal death.”

 

+ Elijah

Patriarch of the Byzantine Catholic Patriarchate

 

 

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“And do not present your members as instruments of unrighteousness to sin, but present yourselves to God as being alive from the dead, and your members as instruments of righteousness to God.”

Rom 6:13 (18/11/2018 – 2/12/2018)