Church and State Not So ‘Separate’ (by Nolan Guilbeau)

by Nolan Guilbeau Published in The (Opelousas, Louisiana) Daily World
℅ Shawn Brasseaux

Half a century ago a young aspiring, now world-renowned, evangelist gave the following warning: “The three most dangerous forces in the world are Communism, Islam, and Roman Catholicism.” Voluminous historical evidence prior and since largely substantiates this statement. Authorities have recently disclosed the operation of suspected Russian communist spy rings in America engaged in grave acts with intentions to harm and undermine our nation’s sovereignty.

Communism is an evil, ungodly ideology of force enslaving, conquering, denying all people of their inalienable God-given freedoms. This recent report is further proof worldwide communism continues to exist and function contrary to reports following the collapse of the Iron Curtain in Europe in 1989. Announcing their demise was merely propaganda, a lie to deceive the world. Currently scattered all over the globe, large numbers of Muslims are propagandizing and waging war by force of arms endeavoring to establish Islamic rule/control by Sharia law with the U. S. a target. History reveals this entity has a completely failed record regarding human rights and freedom.

Roman Catholicism’s hierarchy is presently at the helm steering global ecumenism in efforts to unite ALL church bodies under their exclusive control and leadership. Documented historical facts reveal this institution isn’t exactly a friend of human rights and personal freedoms.

Nevertheless, modern Catholic writers praise their actions of the Middle Ages, even defending the atrocities and cruelties perpetuated on millions of innocent victims. They maintain the Roman Potentate possesses the primacy over ALL governments with absolute power to legislate, judge, punish any resisting the collar of oppression/bondage of Rome. Unlike the Middle Ages they lack enforcement power by marauding thugs and murderers of the Crusades. Her rights are continually defended asserting her government and conduct have never changed. (History of the Catholic Church, Gustavus, page 155).

Free thought, free speech, free press, etc., cherished in America are opposed to every point advocating the “combination of church and state with the church having the primacy.” This is totally contrary to Article I of America’s Bill of Rights of the United States Constitution. A common thread identifiable in these entitles is despotic ambitions with goals to dominate the world!! “Evil men understand NOT judgment [justice]” (Proverbs 28:5).

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