“You say that people in authority are not to be snubbed or sneered at from our pinnacle of conscious rectitude. I really don’t know if you exempt them because of their rank,or their success and power,or of their date….I cannot accept your cannon that we are to judge Pope or King,unlike other men,with a favoured presumption that they do no wrong. If there is any presumption,it is the other way,against holders of power,increasing as the power increases. Historic responsibility has to make up for the want of legal responsibility. Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men are almost always bad men,even when they excercise influence and not authority. There is no worse heresy than that the office sanctifies the holder of it. That is the point at which the negation of Catholicism and the negation of Liberalism meet and keep high festival,and the end learns to justify the means”.
As Regius Professor of Modern History at Cambridge in his inaugural lecture he said “never debase the moral currency or to lower the standard of rectitude”.
What we are up against is in the Bon Mots delivered to me by The President of Business International. “There is no basis for Morality in (Post ‘Enlightenment’) ‘Rational’ Thought”. Brackets and minor inverted commas added to make Catholic sense in the Modernist Era.
The systems of Political Zionism all work off The Kaballah/Babylonian Talmud and this is effectively an Atheistic and Self/Tribe Worshipping system of Custom and Relativistic Thought based on The Senses with Pleasure and Pain. There is no Place for Moral Absolutes or Good and Evil and they just mock us for thinking that. When Acton talks about Historic Responsibility he is referring to the Last Judgement, which means nothing to and atheist, just as an oath means nothing to a person who disavows all oaths annually on Yom Kippur.
We know what they are doing, but most do not want WWIII. Only half the Jews want to leave. Start talking about white genocide. Agenda 2030 (yes, it’s against only white Christians).