That should not be looked upon as a simplistic view of what ails us. Common logic demands that we begin to notice the connection between the Church and the world. After all, we have 2,000 years of history to well and truly prove this point.
People are still reeling from the attacks last night in Paris and at this juncture we cannot add any definitive explanation as to exactly who was behind this (though of course we can offer conjecture). The mainstream media will be useless when it comes to explanations, as will the heads of governments, like Hollande, Obama, Merkel and others who can be counted upon to offer all the approved cliches. We will have to await serious evaluation by non-mainstream and mostly foreign news sources to at least help in understanding what happened,
(It is pathetic that many of the dead and wounded were attending a "concert" given by something called "Eagles of Death Metal". It is more pathetic to have watched a talking head last night breathlessly announcing that the rock singers were uninjured. Pity.)
Briefly, the illness of the Catholic Church, which has been plaguing her for a long, long time, has prevented her from speaking clearly on matters of faith, morals and worldly matters. As such the current leaders of the Church will never say who it was who awakened a dormant militant Islam, who it is that uses it for its own ends and who it is who wants to create chaos among nations. They are too cowardly to tell the truth. Just as they are too cowardly to tell the truth about the other attacks upon the Faith which are moral and spiritual in nature.
An emasculated Church will sit silent and agree with the Approved Narrative, of that we may be relatively certain. They will offer the simplistic explanation. If they would dare to delve deeper into the reasons for this madness they would have to confront the powerful entities who provoke these things as well as confronting their own inadequacies, and that our weak and ailing Church is not prepared to do.
In terms of conjectures as to what motivated this latest murder spree we would refer our readers to this interesting piece:
The linked article is a fascinating initial reaction to last night's horrors and well worth reading and thinking about. You won't get that kind of thing from the media, or from the elitists who lord it over us.
The "Charlie Hebdo" crowd, fresh from their blasphemies against the Mother of God and all things beautiful, will possibly be silent about this. "Charlie Hebdo" is a Rothschild-owned rag that recently took great delight, complete with their trademark inane cartoons, in the Russian airliner tragedy. As commenter "Rehmat" noted in the comments section of the above link,
Another interesting initial reaction, from Christopher Manion:
Some understandably angry Christians want to begin an actual war with these monsters. Fine with me. But who will they be at war with, the terrorist pawns who pull the triggers or the dark powers who have unleashed them in the first place? Some idiots will no doubt go smashing into mosques with their SUVs thinking they are striking a blow against these animals. But if they do that they will be playing directly into the hands of what writer Pepe Escobar calls "the Empire of Chaos". If you want to fight this evil by all means take up arms and fight where appropriate, but at the same time don't forget to condemn the power-mad psychopaths who are using these terrorists to achieve ends that they want. [Editor's Note: We are already hearing from "the media" that the assassins were screaming about "Syria". How incredibly convenient for the powers-that-be.] While warring against actual Muslim fanatics denounce at the same time the people who have given them the money, training, weapons and logistics they need.
The Vatican, instead of telling the world that its rejection of Christ and those who are forcing that rejection upon mankind is the source of these unending atrocities, will offer its customary meaningless platitudes about the Paris nightmare. We are already seeing some of these tedious statements in the media from prominent prelates.
Will anyone in the hierarchy admit that the Church is suffering from a debilitating illness that is not only destroying Her but the world?
Sadly, it is unlikely.
Until the Catholic Church is well again expect every sort of atrocity, immorality and evil to have full sway. In the meantime we Catholics know how we must carry on.