Interesting to find out from this video – that 2012 to Chinese is the Year of the Dragon. The Devil must be thrilled about this new Materialism in China. This country views the Material World more important than their Unborn BABIES.
IT IS Not impressive to me, that a blind lawyer, named Chen, is under “house arrest” for defending the Life of Your Unborn Babies, who are threatened, with being killed, by Forced Abortions, everyday, in China, everyday.
I guess Chinese think, that they have not gotten their Priorities right. I beg to differ! God bless them.
China’s Heroes are the Unborn, their Bereaved Mothers, Chen and the good people and their Catholic bishops who defend their lives, with their own. I do not look up to China’s decadence. They achieved their decadence, on the bones of their dead Unborn Children, who are their greatest wealth.
I like the Ferrari’s looks, in this video. However, viewing it, is bittersweet. I look at the total picture of any country, even our own. The USA‘s stance on the Unborn’s Right to Life, puts us to shame, and we also tempt the wrath of God.
The best thing I can do for anyone, is to pray for them, and do good to them. I have been praying for China, and it’s people, for a very long time. I hope they wake up, soon, and change. To me: that’s progress, when everyone wins: the Unborn and Families, w/o undue force from Government – who has no rights in forcing contraceptives, abortion or euthanasia on anyone.
OMG! Zimmerman had a black witness who saw Trayvon Martin pounding the stuffing out of him, on a sidewalk. Self defense.
Seems the FL Prosecutor for the Grand Jury has caved into the Vigilantism of Trayvon’s Bullies. Shame on them. They had him tried and found guilty before he was even arrested.
St Martin de Porres: Patron Saint of those of Mixed Race. And, he is Patron Saint of Barbers. His Feast Day is Today: November 3, 2011. “Dear Saint Martin, Pray for us. TYVM. Amen.”
Saint Martin de Porres (1579 – 1639)
He was born in Lima in Peru, the illegitimate son of a Spanish nobleman and a black ex-slave. His mother gave him a Christian education and he became a pharmacist and a nurse. Despite his father’s opposition he entered the Dominican Order as a lay brother in 1603 and spent his life working for the sick and the poor. Many people of all ranks would come to him for advice. He had a great devotion to the Holy Eucharist. He has been named as a patron saint of those of mixed race.
Source: Universalis App