https://youtu.be/twvIVwFLeEw John Bradburne’s life began in Cumbria, England, on the 14th of June, 1921. His life nearly ended during service to his nation in Malaya. John survived the fall of Singapore so that he could give up his life during service to God instead - he was martyred on the 5th of September, 1979 in… Continue reading John Bradburne: Martyred in Rhodesia
The present mainstream Church stands in stark contrast to the ancient faith and all of its history. Interpretation runs wild, and past supposed "sins" of the Church are denounced or ignored. The Church's teachings can even be sidestepped, especially by those who wish to be simultaneously Christian and an ally - or even member -… Continue reading Modernist Double-Think
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Too often, we see the hammer and sickle raised up in the streets of America. This symbol embodies Communism, both its violent reign in the USSR (and Maoist China, and so on) and its present existence as a bourgeoisie academic fascination. Much irony can be found in the reality that most modern-day Communists, at least… Continue reading The Saturnian Sickle and the Babylonian Hammer
Saint Ignatius, Bishop of Antioch, was a direct disciple of Peter and John. He was martyred by being thrown to the wild beasts in Rome, but on his way to his triumphant fate, he wrote many epistles, letters, to the Early Church. In these epistles we find clear basis for our traditions and doctrines, clear… Continue reading Saint Ignatius of Antioch & the Real Presence
In the bush war, the Rhodesians were faced with an enemy primarily composed of poorly disciplined, yet armed and violent gangs. Instead of going up against proper soldiers, they had to counter the efforts of ideological terrorists and opportunist criminals. These men were trained in Mozambique and Zambia, where apparently the commissars were more worried… Continue reading ZANLA and ZIPRA: Terrorists and Poor Fighters
Night vision is incredibly valuable in modern warfare. As the name implies, it enables soldiers to see very clearly after dark without revealing their position. This provides a great advantage over anyone who doesn't have night vision. You can see them, but they can't see you - except, perhaps, when your muzzle flashes. In 1935, Allgemeine… Continue reading The Zielgerät 1229: Nazi Night Vision