The Catholic Church goes out of its way to sabotage any sort of Right Wing Movement, but will get in bed with Marxists. He used the example of both Catholic Charities as well as Alinksy Organizations in Chicago.
Indeed, as it was first sabotaged itself I would say. Jews, Freemasons, Communists, homosexuals, you name it.
The Catholic Church is signing its own death warrant.
Yeah, Voris is saying that in something like fifteen years tops it won't exist in the US. Don't know if I ever you told you this story from a mass I went to last year. The priest was giving a sermon about "following your conscience" and said the following. That if a parishioner feels his conscience drawing him to another denomination then he is not only allowed to go but will have the full blessing of the Church in doing so. They're purposefully trying to send people away it seems. This after rambling on about how much better things are now. All this from an elderly priest that remembers the original (real) Church. You can't make this stuff up.
What if your conscience tells you God doesn't exist and to become an Atheist?
Part of why the Alt.-Right is so appealing to young white men, is because it is literally the only thing that is offering white men anything. The Catholic Church is hell bent on destruction, and as you have pointed out celebrates the destruction of Europe.
I go to the local church on Saturday evenings just to fulfill the obligation but often wonder if I even should.
Jones fails to understand something about the young white Identitarians. Many on the Alt.-Right were raised Catholic, but left the Church. In large part because it is so POZ'd, no amount of LARPing will make it 1960 again. The solutions he offers are both dated and unrealistic.
I imagine the ones still left go to a traditional Church. I took a field trip several months ago to the only approved Marian apparition site in the US. They have a chapel there with a daily Mass that we attended too. It was a night and day difference. Instead of babble about "social justice" and feelgood hand-holding the priest was talking about not being ashamed of being a Catholic. He said Muslims are not embarrassed to pray in public and Jews wear yarmulkes and so we should cross ourselves and pray. Later on I overheard one of the older boomers comment that the priest was very opinionated. In other words, he wasn't very nice.