Where Christ is King and Mary Queen

The EU perfectly illustrates yesterday’s post on the religious conflict shaking the West in their lawsuit against Poland and Hungary.

The European Commission (EC) has announced it is commencing legal procedures against Hungary and Poland for violating the human rights of its LGBTQ+ citizens, which is not in line with EU values.

To anyone who still says you can’t use law to enforce morality, there’s the EU enforcing state-mandated homosexuality.

Hungary will face action for two infringements of EU values. The first is for passing a law that bans the depiction of homosexual or transgender content to minors under the age of 18. The second is for asking authors of a children’s book to issue a disclaimer that it contains “behavior deviating from gender roles.”

Read that quote again.

To anyone who still says the Death Cult’s behavior can be explained in purely human terms with no reference to the demonic, the EU is suing to force Hungary to pervert minors.

Meanwhile, Poland has come under fire for its self-declared LGBT-free zones, which impedes EU values promoting non-discrimination. More than 100 towns, spanning a third of the country, have accorded themselves the status of being free from LGBT influence. In a move similar to Hungary’s, the commission will send a notice to Poland for not respecting the EU’s core ethos.

Got that? Child abuse and sodomy are integral to the EU’s core ethos.

Hungary’s controversial law came into force last week and was met by domestic protest across the country’s capital, Budapest. The European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen slammed the move, calling it a “disgrace,” and vowed that “Europe will never allow parts of our society to be stigmatized.”

More projection. Von der Leyen clearly has no acquaintance with grace.

But she wouldn’t be pontificating on such inversions if they didn’t have broad public support.

Which once again proves that most people are NPCs who will eagerly conform to the dominant moral frame.

Shattering the moral dominance of the Church didn’t free the people to discern truth for themselves. It left them open to seduction by evil.

Evil that now compels vast swaths of the populace to advance and defend the murder and torture of children.

But what else is new?

However, the Church’s moral vision hasn’t been extinguished just yet.

Budapest dismissed all criticism of its actions, defending them as being intended for the protection of children, and said its share of EU recovery funds should not be tied to its repealing the controversial law.

How have Poland and Hungary managed to keep the smoke of Satan from wholly corrupting their nations?

According to popular tradition, St Stephen I held up the crown before his death (in the year 1038) to offer it to the Virgin Mary to seal a divine contract between her and the divine crown. After this, Mary was depicted not only as patrona (patron saint) for the Kingdom of Hungary but also as regina (i.e. “queen”).

Mary goes where she is invited. Likewise, her royal and Divine Son.

In the presence of Polish President Andrzej Duda and other top officials from both church and state, Jesus Christ was officially recognized as the King of Poland in a Catholic ceremony. Declared to be Poland’s Lord and Savior, the Messiah was asked to rule over the Polish nation, its people, and its government. The ceremony was held last month at the Church of Divine Mercy in Krakow and then repeated at churches across Poland, marking the 1050th anniversary of the nation’s Christianity. The congregation also renounced the devil and all his evil works.

Jesus Christ, Son of God, Son of David, King of Poland, have mercy on us!


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