I recently went and saw the movie For Greater Glory
about the Cristeros War in Mexico from 1926 to 1929. It truly is a portent of what fate awaits the United States if the tyranny of Nero Obama is not removed from power in the November election.
I had known that Mexico in the early Twentieth Century had persecuted many Catholic religious and laity. I had known of the martyrdom of Blessed Father Miguel Pro, S.J., who was executed by the Mexican government but until I saw this movie I never really fully realized the extent of the government persecution nor the magnitude of the counter-revolution by the Cristeros who had gained the upper hand throughout most of the country of Mexico from the Freemasons and atheistic socialists and communists who were running the federal government under the dictatorial regime of Plutarcho Calles who was a ruthless atheist and I believe he also was a Freemason and Socialist.
I call Obama "Nero Obama" because he fiddles (plays golf and basketball) while our nation burns but in truth he has much more in common with Plutarcho Calles than Ceasar Nero in terms of sheer ruthlessness and tyranny. I think calling Obama "Plutarcho Obama" would be most appropriate.
I suggest that if you want to know more about the magnitude of the persection of Catolic religious than read about Blessed Miguel Pro who was martyred by the Federales during the Cristeros war. Go to
The Martyrdom of Blessed Miguel Pro, S.J.
Be forewarned that you will see the actual photos of Father Pro's execution.
The end credits of For Greater Glory
, featured actual photos from the Cristeros war and what appears to be the actual movie footage of a priest who was executed by firing squad.
Vive! Cristo Rey!
Freedom prospers when religion is vibrant and
the rule of law under God is acknowledged.
Remarks to the Convention of Evangelicals
March 8, 1983
[ http://www.reagan.utexas.edu/archives/speeches/1983/30883b.htm ]
Mark 9:27-28 “Why could we not cast him out?”
asked his disciples as to why they couldn’t cast out an evil spirit,
and Jesus said to them, “This kind can go out by nothing,
but prayer and fasting.”
We are today before the greatest combat that mankind has
ever seen. I do not believe that the Christian community has
completely understood it. We are today before the final
struggle between the Church and the anti-Church, between
the Gospel and the anti-Gospel.
(Karol Cardinal Wojtyla, during 1976 visit to the United States)
[cited on Wall Street Journal editorial page, Nov. 9, 1976, as cited
by George Weigel in Witness To Hope and Fr. Andrew Apostoli
in Fatima For Today on page 218 quoting New York City News]