Wilm Hosenfeld was born Wilhelm Adalbert Hosenfeld on May 2,1895 in Mackenzell, Hesse, Germany to a devout Catholic family. His father was a devoutly religious Catholic schoolmaster. His family life had a staunch Catholic character and Christian charitable work was … Continue reading Wilm Hosenfeld: A Good German
Before the Holocaust was perpetrated by Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich when Nazi bureaucrats met at the Wannsee Conference on January 20,1942 to decide the fate of Europe’s Jews. Almost 3 decades earlier, there was another Holocaust known as … Continue reading The Armenian Genocide: 103 years later. The Holocaust against Christians.
Less than 2 weeks ago, when most of America was celebrating love on Valentine’s Day, a high school in Parkland, Florida was shaken to its core when a madman, identified as Nicholas DeJesus Cruz, armed with an AR-15 Semiautomatic Sporting Rifle, … Continue reading Tragedy in Parkland, Florida: Where Does the Blame Lie?
As you may read in an essay I wrote last year, during Spanish Civil War (1936-39) socialist and communist participated in a lot of episodes of religious persecution against Catholics. Some 6,832 religious were murdered between 1936 and 1939 – … Continue reading Reporting Spanish Civil War Religious Persecution Could Be A Prosecution Reason
Because of a recent bill passed by Polish parliament, foreign media from the transatlantic progressive mainstream media are spreading fake news are claiming that Poland is “rewriting the history” regarding the Holocaust. Israeli Knesset also follows them. In reality, their standpoint … Continue reading Nazi Germany Built Death Camps, Poles Were Courageous and Solidary
Most of you have heard the common expression, “He’s getting away with murder!” or some variant of that phrase. Essentially, it is an exclamation showing astonishment that a person can do something and not be punished or reprimanded for the … Continue reading The United States: A Country Where You Can Practically Get Away with Murder and More
Today, marks the 45th Anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision, the infamous ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court that legalized abortion which is equal to murder. The court ruled in a 7 to 2 decision that abortion was a woman’s … Continue reading Roe vs. Wade, the sinful decision, 45 years later.