Catholic Priest Says Catholics Should Celebrate Pride Month

No, Father James Martin, S.J. - there are no "gay" Saints



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William Kilpatrick is a Shillman Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center.  His books include Christianity, Islam, and Atheism: The Struggle for the Soul of the West (Ignatius Press), What Catholics Need to Know About Islam (Sophia Press), and The Politically Incorrect Guide to Jihad.

In Cremona, Italy, recently, an LGBTQ+ pride march included a topless mannequin of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

The bishop of Cremona, Antonio Napolioni responded by saying he was “shocked at…the offensive and obviously blasphemous images.”

That’s a bit reminiscent of the scene in Casablanca when Captain Renault professes that he is “shocked, shocked “to discover gambling in Rick’s Café--moments before the croupier hands him his winnings.

I say this because Bishop Napolioni is not a strait-laced defender of the Church’s teachings, but an LGBTQ+ advocate who oversees a group for the “pastoral accompaniment of homosexuals.”  If Bishop Napolioni is so well-acquainted with the LGBTQ+ movement how come he doesn’t know that blasphemy and mockery of Christian beliefs are a regular feature of pride marches.

Moreover, over-the-top religious parodies are not a new development in the LGBTQ+ movement.  Has the bishop never heard of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence—a group of gay men in San Francisco who dressed in nun’s clothing and entertained crowds with bawdy behavior?  The “sisters” introduced their act more than 40 years ago and have become an international organization with chapters all over the world.

Perhaps we can give Bishop Napolioni the benefit of the doubt.  Maybe he’s one of those super-naïve individuals who can’t see what’s right in front of his face because he believes the propaganda about the gay lifestyle is only slightly different from the straight variety.

But how about Fr. James Martin, S.J?  He’s the foremost Catholic advocate for the LGBTQ+ movement.  Yet his ministry is not to reconcile gay, lesbian, and trans people to the teachings of the Catholic Church, but to reconcile the Catholic Church to the LGBTQ+ ideology

In a recent article, Martin argued that Catholics can and should celebrate “Pride Month.”  Many Catholics, writes Martin, misunderstand LGBT pride to be about vanity, but it’s really about dignity—“a consciousness of one’s own dignity.”  I had to smile when I read this because it reminded me of a scene from another old movie—the opening scene from Singing in the Rain in which a reporter asks Gene Kelly if he has any advice for aspiring actors, and is met with the answer, “dignity—always dignity.”  Meanwhile, while Kelly goes on about his dignity, we see scenes from his career which show that Kelly and his partner sacrifice their dignity at every turn in order to get ahead.

I’m sure that Fr. Martin is no stranger to pride parades, drag queen entertainments, and so forth.  To the naked eye (if you’ll pardon the expression) these displays do look like vanity or, more accurately, like narcissistic exhibitionism.  Yet Fr, Martin would have us believe that Pride Month is really about a “consciousness of one’s own dignity”—as though the tattooed, half-naked exhibitionists should be compared to civil rights marchers in Selma.

In fact, the gay rights movement which later morphed into the LGBTQ/Pride movement has often been compared by its advocates to the Civil Rights Movement of the sixties.  But that claim won’t wash.  The Civil Rights Movement actually was about human dignity—a dignity that derives from the fact that we are all made in the image of God.

Consequently, the civil rights marches were conducted with great dignity.  When blacks marched through the streets of Southern cities, they wore their Sunday best and they held their heads high.  Though they were jeered and spat on by bigots and bludgeoned by police, they did not respond in kind.  They were conscious of their God-given dignity and acted accordingly.

By contrast, Pride events often seem like mockeries of human dignity—attempts to blot out the image of God. This is evident not only in the blasphemous use of religious objects and symbols, but in the entertainments—bawdy drag queens in exaggerated costumes, marchers in skimpy costumes, and nearly naked exhibitionists performing pantomimes of sex acts.

Like Gene Kelly’s character, Fr. Martin tells us it’s all about “dignity,” but these Mardi Gras-like displays concentrate on what is debased in human nature rather than what is noble.  More often than not, they mock notions of nobility, virtue, and fidelity.  Beyond that, they are also self-mocking.  “Yes,” they seem to be saying, “this is only shallow entertainment, but it makes me the center of attention and that’s what I crave.”

The comparison to the Civil Rights marches is, in short, a stretch.  It’s as though the Civil Rights marchers had decided that the best way to gain respect was to put on minstrel clothes and sing “Mammy” while tap-dancing down the street.

Fr. Martin urges Catholics to celebrate Pride Month, but judging by the usual celebrations—exhibitionist pride parades, drag queen shows targeted at children, and lots of sexually explicit content—Catholics would have to jettison much of their faith in order to join in the celebration.

The meaning of life according to Christian teaching is to be found in a relationship with God.  According to LGBTQ ideology, however, the meaning of life has to do with experiencing and expressing one’s sexuality.  At least, that is the impression conveyed by the narcissistic entertainments favored by the LGBTQ crowd.  All in all, it’s a very shallow and self-obsessed vision of life.  If that’s all that the LGBTQ movement has to offer, why should we celebrate it?  And why should we pay any attention to a pied-piper priest who seems more committed to the latest lifestyles than to the truths of his faith?

Unfortunately, one of the reasons we can’t entirely ignore Fr. Martin is that he has the full backing of Pope Francis.  Francis has encouraged Fr. Martin’s LGBTQ ministry both by writing to him and by receiving him in a private audience—a significant public gesture of support.  In the letter, which Martin made public, Francis writes, “I pray for you to continue in this way, being close, compassionate and with great tenderness.”

Does this mean that Francis is just another starry-eyed idealist who is not aware of the excesses of the LGBTQ “community,” and would be “shocked, shocked” to find out about those excesses?

It’s difficult to know for sure, but there is plenty of evidence that Francis is not only aware of the LGBTQ demi-monde, but is unconcerned by it.  He seems to have spent a good part of his papacy trying to extricate homosexualist friends from awkward and even criminal situations.  When, for example, Vatican police discovered Cardinal Francesco Cocopalmerio presiding over a drug-fueled homosexual orgy in a Vatican apartment, the Cardinal was allowed to leave before the arrests began.

Aside from the various scandals, however, the clearest indication that Francis is in “the know” can be deduced from his appointments to high office.  His appointments are almost exclusively pro-LGBT, and Francis, who has a reputation for being canny and crafty, would almost certainly know that about them.

I know some traditional Catholics who think that Francis is naïve and not too bright—that his advisors deceive and manipulate him.  The increasing permissiveness in the Church, they say, is due to others, not to Francis.  From this perspective, Francis would be shocked to discover what goes on in Pride events and in bawdy drag queens' story hours for children.

But I doubt that he would be either surprised or shocked.  Francis himself uses bawdy and scatological language.  And according to one biographer, Francis delighted in teaching dirty words to his young nephew.  On Easter Sunday, Francis gave a sermon to 80,000 young people in St. Peter’s Square.  Was he unaware that the “warmup” for his appearance was a performance by “Blanco,” a soft-porn singer who is a favorite of LGBT fans? 

The only thing that seems to shock Francis is that traditional Catholics are still hindering the forward movement of Church “progressives.”.  In a recent talk at an educational conference, he scolded traditionalists for guarding “dead traditions.”  On other occasions, he has castigated traditional Catholics for their “rigid fundamentalism” and “scrupulosity.”

No one, of course, could accuse Francis of being scrupulous.  He is notoriously non-judgmental except when it comes to sins against the earth and the climate.  Under Francis, the Church is in no danger of encouraging scrupulosity.  It is, however, in danger of encouraging a novel view of life that is shallow, self-absorbed, and reproductive-adverse.

It's strange and ironic that Church leaders would fall for this sideshow when they should be passing on the message that they were commissioned to pass on—namely, the most profound, most powerful, and most meaningful vision of life ever set before the world.

Contrary to Fr. Martin, giving support to an LGBT person does not, from a Christian perspective, mean celebrating his lifestyle, but helping him instead to lift himself out of it.


West Point cadets being taught Critical Race Theory and anti-whiteness

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New documents exclusively obtained by Fox News Digital reveal that the U.S. Army is teaching West Point cadets critical race theory (CRT), including addressing "whiteness."

Fox News Digital exclusively obtained the documents from government watchdog group Judicial Watch, which had to sue the military twice under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) to get the information.

"Our military is under attack – from within," Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton said in the press release. "These documents show racist, anti-American CRT propaganda is being used to try to radicalize our rising generation of Army leadership at West Point."

Woke indoctrination at West Point?


Army cadets participate in Parade Day at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y., May 22, 2019. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan) ** FILE **



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What could possibly go wrong with any country teaching its army hatred and shame for its own history and heritage? Under the woke blokes of the American Left, that’s exactly what’s happening, with no recognition of the evolution of the country from black slavery to voting in a black president.

What West Point cadets are now being taught is cringeworthy. It is guaranteed that Western enemies including China, Russia, and Iran are teaching national pride, despite the human rights abuse of each regime governing those countries.

America is being slowly destroyed from within as Critical Race Theory, extreme Green lunacy, and gender madness indoctrinate a whole generation, with too few willing to resist.

“US Army teaching Critical Race Theory to West Point cadets: report,” by David Propper, New York Post, June 20, 2022:

The US Army has introduced Critical Race Theory to West Point cadets, new documents show, according to Fox News Digital.

The “woke” lessons ask cadets about whiteness while encouraging them to apply Critical Race Theory to their answers, according to documents obtained by Judicial Watch and given to Fox News.

The more than 600 documents were only handed over to Judicial Watch after the conservative organization sued the Department of Defense….

According to Fox News, a slide that delved into “Whiteness” states: “In order to understand racial inequality and slavery, it is first necessary to address whiteness” and the “Take-for-grantedness of whiteness.”

The slide also claims whiteness “is a location of structural advantage, of race privilege,” is “a standpoint or place from which white people look at themselves and the rest of society” and “refers to a set of cultural practices that are usually unmarked and unnamed.”

Another slide addresses affirmative action and asks “Do you think Affirmative Action creates an environment for ‘reverse discrimination? Use CRT to support your answer.”

A slide also poses the question “how would you apply a tenant [sic] of CRT to this idea,” referring to the difference between desegregation and integration.

In another slide, under Critical Race Theory, it states, “racism is ordinary” and “White Americans have primarily benefited from civil rights legislation.”…





Freeport Liquefied Natural Gas terminal down for the ENTIRE YEAR due to pipe explosion

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(Natural News) One of the largest operators of liquefied natural gas export terminals in the United States suffered a massive blow last week that will leave its main plant fully offline through September, and only partially operational after that through year’s end.

Freeport Liquefied Natural Gas says damage from a mysterious fire and explosion that took place at its Texas facility was so severe that it is simply not possible to get things back up and running as quickly as some may have hoped.

This is really bad news for Europe, which is already short on natural gas due to the war in Ukraine. Natural gas prices immediately jumped in Europe following the news, while slumping in the United States.

Freeport LNG’s plant singlehandedly accounts for about 20 percent of all U.S. natural gas exports, and was, up until the fire and explosion, a major supplier to European suppliers seeking alternatives to Russian gas since the February invasion.

According to the company, its Quintana, Tex.-based plant caught fire and exploded when an over-pressurized pipeline ruptured. Processing operations were not damaged, however.

The Rystad Energy consulting group says that Freeport LNG can process 2.1 billion cubic feet per day (bcfd) of natural gas into a supercooled liquid suitable for shipping. Up until the incident, it had been running near capacity.

Roughly 1.17 bcfd of Freeport LNG’s output had been going to Europe as of May, up from 0.81 bcfd in March.

“It’s very serious,” said Alex Munton, director of natural gas and LNG at Rapidan Energy, another energy consulting group.

“We now have a much larger and much more extensive outage at Freeport LNG that will remove more supply from the market than was anticipated last week.”

This unexpected disaster is actually good news for the US natural gas market

A prolonged outage, Freeport indicated, will reduce exports by 40 “cargoes” — LNG container ships — from annual export volume, up sharply from an earlier estimate of a three-week outage that would have reduced exports by just 13 cargoes. The 100-million-ton-per-year market for LNG is now expected to lose between four and five million tons.

“We expect Europe will be the region most impacted by this incident,” Rystad analysts said.

Roughly 70 percent of Freeport’s exports in the past few months have been to the European Union and Great Britain, the biggest importers this year being France, Turkey, and The Netherlands.

None of the liquefaction trains that chill the gas were damaged, nor were any of the processing areas, storage tanks, or docks. Freeport is still investigating the situation and has not yet commented on whether or not investigators are looking into potential design or structural flaws.

“There is a lot of analysis to understand the problem, put in measures of safety and operational regime to make sure it doesn’t happen again,” Rapidan’s Munton said.

While this is bad news for Europe and Great Britain, it is good news for the U.S., which has been in a natural gas storage deficit. Inventories have hovered around 300 bcf below the five-year average, according to Al Salazar, a senior vice president at Enverus Intelligence Research.

“It should be alarming to federal policymakers that the Freeport LNG terminal only exports 2 Bcfd, yet it is having such a significant impact to prices,” said Paul Cicio, chief executive of the Industrial Energy Consumers of America, a trade group that has been calling on Congress to limit expanded LNG export permits.

The outage, this group added, highlights the negative impact that exports of natural gas have had on U.S. consumers and the prices they pay domestically for natural gas.

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Diesel engine oil additive manufacturers that have declared Force Majeure or experienced disrupted operations in 2022



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Image: EXCLUSIVE RESEARCH: Diesel engine oil additive manufacturers that have declared Force Majeure or experienced disrupted operations in 2022

(Natural News) In yesterday’s article and podcast, I warned that the US supply of diesel engine oil faced a near-total wipeout in the next 8 weeks due to a supply chain shortage of chemical additives used to make diesel engine oil. The so-called “base oils” are not reportedly in short supply, but the chemical additives — rust inhibitors, anti-foaming agents, dispersing agents, etc. — have suffered extreme supply chain problems, leading to production shortages for the final oil product.

There are also shortages in packaging materials used to hold, transport and dispose of chemical additives. (See the full list below.)

As of right now, this critical supply chain shortage is being exclusively reported by Natural News. To our knowledge, no one in the corporate media has covered this issue, and even across the alt media, traction for this story has so far been minimal. As promised yesterday, we have been researching the supply chain for diesel engine oil additives, and today we present the results of that investigation.

As it turns out, the supply chain for diesel engine oil additives is in worse shape than we feared. See the list here, and feel free to re-post this list with credit to Note that some of these Force Majeure declarations impact additive packaging and transportation (such as HDPE drums) as well as base oil feed stocks (such as light crude oil). Finally, realize that what we are showing here merely scratches the surface of the supply chain disruption affecting engine oil. There are no doubt dozens more examples of force majeure declarations that haven’t been made public or aren’t easy to find online. So take this list as a small sampling of what’s really happening.



LyondellBasell Industries suffers mechanical failure affecting production of key additives

Company: LyondellBasell Industries
Location: La Porte Complex, Texas

Date: April 22, 2022

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Chemicals affected: tert-butyl acetate, ethylene glycol ether acetate

On April 15, a mechanical failure occurred at LyondellBasell’s carbon monoxide supply system for its acetic acid feedstock in La Porte Complex, Texas. The third largest glacial acetic acid production base in the world. Therefore, LyondellBasell really declared force majeure on products such as tert-butyl acetate and ethylene glycol ether acetate (EBA, DBA) on April 22.

The notice shows that the allocation is based on the average monthly purchases of customers over the past 6 months (October 2021-March 2022), which will be effective from May 1, 2022. The news indicates that the above-mentioned raw materials will be supplied in limited quantities according to the previous purchases of customers.

tert-butyl acetate
–    Used as an additive to gasoline to prevent engine knocking. It is also used as a solvent for lacquers.

ethylene glycol ether acetate
–    These compounds have a positive effect on diesel fuel lubricity, and slightly decrease its viscosity

LyondellBasell Industries suffers another failure for a different chemical

Company: LyondellBasell Industries
Location: Lake Charles, Louisiana

Date: March 30, 2022
News source:
Chemicals affected: polypropylene

LyondellBasell Industries has announced a force majeure supply limit on polypropylene resin made at its plant in Lake Charles, LA.

In a March 30 letter to customers, executives at Lyondale Basel in Houston said the firm had “experienced a mechanical failure of the gearbox” in Lake Charles. He said the equipment failure was “beyond our reasonable control” and would affect production of 32 grades of PP made on site.

Polypropylene is not directly used as an engine oil additive but is used in the packaging and handling of additives for engine oil.

Ineos Olefins & Polymers declares force majeure on HDPE drums used to transport oil, additives and other energy industry chemicals

Company: Ineos Olefins & Polymers
Location: Texas and California
Date: March 31, 2022
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Chemicals affected: polypropylene, polyethylene and polystyrene

In a letter to customers, Ineos Olefins & Polymers said it was declaring [Force Majeure] on its Polypropylene grades following a power outage at its Carson, California, facility, which caused a manufacturing breakdown and/or failures. The company also said it was diligently working to return production capacity to normal levels as quickly and safely as possible.

Ineos Olefins & Polymers said in a letter to customers that it experienced force majeure on all of its polyolefin products related to rail restrictions and expected to be required to limit rail transport to its best average daily rate. the following. Ineos added that it was committed to exploring all commercially reasonable alternatives to deliver products to its customers, but that the company’s deliveries would be greatly affected if restrictions worsen or extend beyond a few weeks. The force majeure polyolefin products include a 318,000-ton/year high-density polyethylene (HDPE) unit at Cedar Bayou, Texas; a 439,000-ton/year polypropylene (PP) unit at Chocolate Bayou, Texas. ) unit; 794,000 t/y high-density polyethylene (HDPE) unit at plant in Deer Park, Texas; 147,000 t/y polypropylene (PP) unit at Deer Park, Texas plant; California 230,000-ton/year polystyrene (PS) plant in Carson, Calif.

Polystyrene dissolved in fatty acid methyl esters has a greater heating value as fuel, so that a reduction of the fuel consumption per output and the increase in the use of diesel and boiler cogeneration can be expected.

High-Density Polyethylene drums (HDPE) are used to store and transport diesel fuel, diesel engine oil, DEF fluid, as well as chemical additives used in diesel fuel and oil.

Americas Styrenics (AmSty) declares Force Majeure, suffers temporary loss of production capacity for styrene and ethylbenzene

Company: Americas Styrenics (AmSty)
Location: St. James, Louisiana
Date: April 27, 2022
News source:
Chemicals affected: styrene, ethylbenzene

Americas Styrenics (AmSty), a major North American polystyrene (PS) producer, said on Tuesday that it is conducting a distribution process for its polystyrene products in light of recent production issues and supply chain challenges.

Americas Styrenics (AmSty) confirmed this in a letter to customers on Tuesday, saying it expects to reduce order volumes and limit availability through June. The company said the PS allocation was due to a prolonged reduction in styrene production due to unexpected operational issues at its St. James, Louisiana styrene monomer plant on April 27. Factory issues also led AmSty to declare force majeure on deliveries of its raw materials styrene and ethylbenzene.

Total Energies declares Force Majeure for North American polypropylene production due to lack of additives

Company: Total Energies
Location: Not specified
Date: May 6, 2022
News source:
Chemicals affected: polypropylene

TotalEnergies said in a letter to clients last Friday that it declared force majeure on North American PP products due to a shortage of additives needed to produce certain grades. The company added that its PP production will be curtailed until further notice and could not provide a timetable for normal production to resume.

Shell declares Force Majeure due to equipment failure, announces maintenance and reduction of crude oil deliveries

Company: Shell
Location: Alberta, Canada
Date: March 9, 2022
News source: Reuters
Chemicals affected: light synthetic crude

Shell (SHEL.L) has issued a force majeure at its 300,000 barrel per day Scotford, Alberta, upgrader in western Canada after a unit at the facility tripped, a company spokesman said on Wednesday.

The plant, which processes oil sands bitumen into light synthetic crude, is also scheduled to start a 65-day maintenance turnaround this month, according to an investor presentation from Canadian Natural Resources Ltd (CNQ.TO), which owns a share of Scotford.

Two trading sources said Shell had cut March deliveries by approximately 20%. One of the sources said the force majeure had been issued last week, but the impact was muted because Scotford’s expected output for March had already been reduced by half because of the turnaround due to start next week.

ExxonMobil shutters Neftegas / Sakhalin-1 operations due to sanctions on Russia

Company: ExxonMobil
Location: Sakhalin Island, Russian Far East
Date: April 27, 2022
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Chemicals affected: crude oil, used as a base oil for creating diesel engine oil products

Exxon Mobil said on Wednesday its Russian unit Exxon Neftegas has declared force majeure for its Sakhalin-1 operations due to sanctions on Russia that have made it increasingly difficult to ship crude to customers.

The Sakhalin 1 project produces Sokol crude oil off the coast of Sakhalin Island in Russia’s Far East, exporting about 273,000 barrels per day, mainly to South Korea, as well as other destinations including Japan, Australia, Thailand, and the US.

Exxon said on March 1 it would exit about $4 billion in assets and discontinue all its Russia operations, including Sakhalin 1, following Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24.

More details about the coming diesel engine oil supply chain crunch across North America

As we reported yesterday in a story entitled, “RED ALERT: Entire U.S. supply of diesel engine oil may be wiped out in 8 weeks… no more oil until 2023 due to “Force Majeure” additive chemical shortages,” the supply chain for additives used in the production and transportation of diesel engine oil is suffering numerous critical shortages:

Chemical manufacturers of diesel engine oil additives have declared force majeure and have ceased supply operations to the diesel engine oil manufacturers. Those manufacturers combine base oils with “additive packages” to create diesel engine oil. You can see a full list of these additives at

Antioxidants, anti-corrosion agents, dispersing additives, antirust mechanisms, friction modifiers, EP additives, antifoaming agents, antioxidants, etc.

Without these additives, diesel engine oil manufacturers cannot produce the final oil products that lubricate diesel engines. Because key manufacturers of these additives have ceased operations, diesel engine oil can apparently no longer be produced in the USA, at least not until these necessary chemicals are restored to full supply. This is explained by an industry expert in the following 2-minute video:

“[Oil is] going to become the hottest commodity you’ve ever seen over the next couple of months. Anywhere from the next 4 weeks to 8 weeks, it’s going to go from scarcity to non-existent,” says the man in the video above.

My podcast from yesterday went into more detail about the ramifications of a collapse of diesel engine oil supply in North America:

I have since been able to confirm diesel engine oil rationing at a regional supplier in Texas (name withheld) that is telling customers they must limit deliveries due to lack of inventory.

In addition, Natural News contacted a large manufacturer and retailer of diesel engine oil additives, and they confirmed the existence of the supply chain / force majeure problems in a phone text exchange with a Natural News editor. (We are withholding their name because they did not seem interested in attracting attention.)

Why the silence?

The most fascinating thing about this story is that very few people are willing to talk about it. It’s almost as if oil companies are feeling threatened by the illegitimate Biden regime and they are afraid to tell the truth about the coming collapse of diesel engine oil, fearing further punishment from Biden and the Democrats who simultaneously blame oil companies for higher gas prices while demanding oil companies product more fuel at a lower price.

The dangerous insanity of the Biden regime — and its irrational, absurd war on America’s energy infrastructure — likely explains why industry people feel intimidated into silence. But that only makes the problem worse because almost nobody knows what’s coming. Unless this diesel engine oil crisis is resolved soon, nearly all forms of transportation — trucks, trains, ships — will be sidelined before the end of this year, causing unthinkable levels of chaos as grocery stores don’t get stocked, coal doesn’t get delivered to power plants and even UPS and Fedex are forced to sharply reduce deliveries due to lack of engine oil.

A world without diesel engine oil is a collapsed, Mad Max world. It won’t be pretty. Yet pretending this problem doesn’t exist is not going to solve it.

In researching all this, we continue to wonder: Is anybody even trying to solve the diesel engine oil supply chain collapse? Or have we already crossed so deeply into the apathy stage of collapse that nobody cares?

It looks like we’ll soon find out. By our estimates, diesel engine oil should be hitting critical low levels of supply by early September, and that means trucks and trains will be sidelined from September through December, or until somebody finds a way to create the molecules needed for diesel engine oil.

And for those thinking we can just “go green,” you’re forgetting that electric vehicles are charged by coal, and the coal is delivered to power plants by train, and the trains run on diesel engines.

No diesel engines = No electric vehicles.

Somebody tell the greenies how this works, because they still haven’t figured out the basics. Without diesel engines, modern civilization collapses into a 19th century existence, with all the mass starvation, depopulation, lawlessness, chaos and revolutions that you might imagine would go along with such a scenario.

Demolition of supply chains is pre-civil war SABOTAGE to shape the battlefield for domestic WARFARE against We the People



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(Natural News) The United States of America is about to be plunged into a civil war. It will be ignited by the imminent Roe vs. Wade nullification decision by the US Supreme Court, which also just rendered a landmark decision affirming the universal right to carry a personal firearm for self-defense (striking down the New York law that radically restricted the right to bear arms).

That pro-2A decision is already seeing heads explode across the anti-American, anti-liberty Left, with rabid left-wing commentator Keith Olbermann even calling for an open insurrection to demolish the US Supreme Court and seize total control over the country via the executive branch.

Once the Roe decision is rendered, the radical Left will erupt into full-blown domestic terrorism, launching unrestricted warfare against Christians, gun owners, and conservatives. What’s coming will make the 2020 BLM and Antifa riots look like child’s play.

The Biden regime knows this is coming, of course, since Barack Obama is the key mastermind behind the whole thing. Obama runs the Biden White House and tells Biden’s handlers what to do. They shaped the 2020 riots using paid mercenaries, media propaganda, and “color revolution” tactics routinely used by the CIA to overthrow governments of other nations. Now they plan to use the same tactics to overthrow the US Constitution and attempt to seize permanent dictatorial control over the United States of America.

Sabotage of food and energy infrastructure is pre-war “shaping the battlefield” activity

The sabotage of food facilities across the United States is deliberate. We have published the full, current list of food facility sabotage here.

Similarly, the sabotage attacks, regulatory takedowns and cyber warfare assaults on energy infrastructure are also being carried out by the regime in order to deprive the people of fuel and transportation. As we have recently published, the entire supply of diesel engine oil in the United States is on track to be depleted in just 8 weeks (roughly the end of August).

Diesel fuel and Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) are also experiencing supply chain failures in America right now.

Natural News also exclusively researched and published a list of the diesel fuel and diesel engine oil additive manufacturers who have declared force majeure just this year, causing extreme supply chain disruptions.

In addition, there are known explosions at LNG facilities (such as Freeport in Texas) and a history of pipe explosions targeting refineries, such as the Philadelphia Energy Solutions explosion in 2019 that bankrupted the entire company and shuttered its fuel refinery.

What’s clear is that America’s food and energy infrastructure is being disrupted by sabotage/blockade operations that are acts of war against the American people. This is almost identical to the way Lithuania is now running a railway blockade of Russia’s access to Kaliningrad.

What’s also clear is that the Obama / Biden regime is using sabotage operations to shape the domestic battlefield in preparation for the coming civil war. And by “civil war,” I don’t mean an 1865-style war of North vs. South. This is going to be a war of the corrupt, illegitimate government regime against the American people who are trying to vote these criminals out of power. Roughly 75% of Americans now despise the Biden regime and want Biden removed. The upcoming midterm elections — if they are even allowed to take place — will solidly demonstrate America’s desire to rid itself of the disastrous Biden regime and the catastrophic economic policies of Democrats (which have led to record-high inflation and supply chain shortages).

That’s why we believe the Obiden regime doesn’t want to allow America to make it to the midterm elections. They want total chaos and martial law before that day arrives. They want their left-wing brownshirt terrorists in the streets, burning down cities, assaulting police, and executing whites on sight, so the regime can declare a state of

emergency and deploy troops on the streets of America, likely combined with some effort to try to nullify the Second Amendment and confiscate guns from everyone.

That effort is going to fail.

The Obiden regime has acted too late. The American people will no longer comply with tyranny and sabotage. We the People will not turn in our guns, and we will not obey orders to shut down our local economies and stay locked in our homes.

But the arrogant, incompetent Obiden regime doesn’t know that yet. They think they are still in charge. They think the American people will go along with whatever new insane scheme they can dream up to enslave everybody and demolish the Bill of Rights. They are wrong. But they will try to conquer the country from within, setting off a civil war scenario that will likely see real bloodshed across the USA.

Unless Biden is removed from power and the rightful winner of the 2020 election is restored (Donald J. Trump), Democrat-run cities will soon collapse into total chaos. Mass starvation will become commonplace. The rule of law will be non-existent in these areas. We will see Democrat refugees fleeing collapsing blue cities and trying to flee to red states, but there will be border enforcement by the states (like Texas and Florida) prohibiting domestic “illegals” from invading the red states as they flee the blue states.

Ultimately, the Demonrats are going to be defeated and humanity will prevail. The Dems just don’t know it yet, and they overestimate their ally Satan, while the real power to decide our fate rests in the hands of God (who has just about had enough of Satan trying to dominate humanity on Earth).

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