"Chucky Bebes Muertos", most vicious MS-13
gang member, is my neighbor.
Yesterday I was face to face with a man looking very much as if he were a member of MS-13. He had tattoos all over his body, especially his neck, head and face. I had seen this man before and once jokingly asked a co-worker if she had asked him if he were a member of MS-13. Of course one would never ask such a thing for fear of being eliminated on the spot.
Since we're supposed to treat all people with respect I just did my daily duty. When I looked up and saw him standing there I thought...uh oh...then interacted with him as if he were sort of...er...normal. At least he was honest in PAYING for something, not stealing it...like they do in Miami, lifting up their shirt to show a gun in their belt when asked to see a receipt.
Was this man standing before me my neighbor? Of course he was. Is an MS-13 gang member blatantly stealing something with a gun in his belt my neighbor? Yes, but since he's acting the part of the robbers in the parable from yesterday's Gospel, he is a neighbor of a different sort. A bad one. An evil one, filled with the cunning of Lucifer. One we all categorize as a "bad guy" therefore belonging to the group of mankind categorized as reprobates. Remember, not all people have good intentions.
Are reprobates our neighbor? Of course. Are we are called to love them? Yes, but do I love them by giving in to their demands by saying it's OK to steal, rape, kill and plunder? Take what is mine, burn my house to the ground, kill my loved ones, then me and laugh with glee while performing these heinous crimes? Was Hitler my neighbor? Stalin, Mao, Pol Pot and all those who did evil in their names? Certainly. But do I merely give what they demand thereby exhibiting the human weakness of an indiscriminate type of compassion and "love". Of course not.
Not all people are Mary, Jesus and Joseph in the Flight into Egypt, innocently traveling as strangers in a strange land. Yet your homily yesterday indicated that we/I, "being tribal", should blindly overlook everything, even possible evil and cast our/my love around indiscriminately on all strangers no matter who they are or what their immediate plan is, for good or for evil. Do I smile and show "love" to a stranger breaking into my home to kill my loved ones? Or do I pick up my gun, point and shoot in order to protect my family? That would be a defensive act, not a morally bad act, an act of love on my part in order to save my family. Which does one "love" in this instance in a neighborly way - my family or their would be killer? I end up being the killer in that instance. But who did I kill? My "neighbor"? Yep. Apparently so, because it was either kill or be killed.
Smiling and showing luv and compassion would mean the certain death of my family. Therefore loving all people means only one thing - the supernatural love for them by wanting what's best for them. And what is best for them, which is conversion to Christ, is apparently hidden so deeply in the Parable of the Good Samaritan that today's clergy, students of theology earning a degree in it without understanding a thing, interpret its meaning to be that we are to show mercy and compassion on a human level with human love - loving all people indiscriminately even to our own detriment, and that in doing so, we somehow possess supernatural Godly love. We are to be open targets, unprotected even by our own innermost instincts, for people to trample on. We are to be manipulated weaklings, filled with soppy human luv for all people, all strangers, no matter what, giving to them what they demand. Is this what Christ meant? No. Of course not.
The Parable of the Good Samaritan means one thing and one thing only. We are called to supernaturally love all people no matter who they are or what they do. We are not to harbor hatred in our hearts for any person even if they do kill our family. Actually, evil is currently killing our families right now - and few people seem to care - in the form of abortion, homosexuality, transgenderism and the latest faze of wickedness - Drag Queen Story Hour at libraries funded by our tax money to the American Library Association. I'm supposed to love a drag queen corrupting innocent children? Yes, but not in a human way. We are to love those evil people in one way and one way only - on a spiritual supernatural level - in that, those people so evil in their thoughts and savage deeds are reprobates in great need of conversion.
|The Battle of Vienna, 1683, wherein Christendom |
fights for its life against its neighbor.
The meaning of the Parable of the Good Samaritan is literally, Get with the program! That meaning is clear and the parable deeply imbued with conversion to Christ but it is all too often interpreted as you did yesterday - to love all people, all strangers, no matter what, on a human level, which is impossible, and frankly wrong. You want us to "love the stranger" and pay for his upkeep while he sits around fomenting his agenda whatever it is, and it's normally not good. However, love on a higher level, the spiritual, is easy, good, and right, and loving all people, not only the stranger, on that spiritual level is what we are called to do as stated within the Parable of the Good Samaritan, for:
When the parable is placed on a human level instead of the supernatural, problems in interpretation begin. The man (Adam and all mankind) gets mixed up with the robbers (the devil and all that is evil) for in the parable the robbers are human; thereby lies the problem, since the robbers do not represent humanity but rather a supernatural being - Satan. Disregarding the robbers as the supernatural evil which caused the problem of the wounded man to begin with, the onus of evil is shifted to the human priest and Levite, thereby lumping them together with the robbers. It is then that the priest and Levite are categorized as evil for not being filled with mercy and compassion, when in fact the priest and Levite represent the 613 cumbersome laws of the Jews, the Old Testament, and the old covenant. Interpretation is then that the priest and Levite represent all of mankind (all of us sitting in the pews) in an evil and reprobate sense, which is not true since the wounded man himself is "all of mankind". So we now have all of evil mankind needing to be filled with mercy and compassion for all of wounded mankind, when in fact, the meaning of the parable does not mean that at all for that would mean that the devil himself is to convert to mercy and compassion for mankind, and we know that not to be true. This confusion is the result of trying to blame good well-meaning people for all the ills of evil, therefore to obliterate our apparent evil, we must be filled with mercy and compassion - indiscriminately - to all people, which means we must have mercy and compassion even for the devil. Do they want to make us feel guilty so that we become more pliable in the hands of wickedness to further evil agendas? Yes, it does appear that way.
|This, right here, is God's Eternal Plan |
for all mankind.
People clambering to cross the southern border are being taken advantage of; they are being paid to come here to further an agenda they are not aware of - the evil agenda of a globalist "community" without borders under a future totalitarian government to rule over mankind.
The meaning of the parable is that the Good Samaritan is Christ, Who, by His mercy and compassion, wants to heal us in His Church which is the great plan for "all of mankind". And we who are supposed to be Christlike, are therefore called to do the same. In the parable we are to be Christ. We are to love as Christ loved and lead people to Him since conversion from evil to Christ is what God wants for every person on the planet - past, present and future. We are not to love evil indiscriminately just because it lives in a human body. It was the evil robbers who did not love. The priest and the Levite, lacking compassion in their error, were certainly wrong by passing by mankind, however it's an agenda to interpret their actions as evil in order to manipulate us today into a frenzy of luv luv luv...to shame us for not being "neighborly" by not showing human mercy and compassion to all people no matter what. That is like saying we are supposed to be neighborly to Lucifer.
One cannot lump together the natural and supernatural meaning between the man and the robbers, and the robbers and the priest and Levite (us) and the priest and Levite and the Samaritan (us). Loving our neighbor does not mean loving indiscriminately on a human level. Loving our neighbor means wanting what's best for them, which is their conversion to Christ...not their being a recipient of indiscriminate love to further the agenda of the Left's elitist globalist plan for the world.
Please get with the program.