Hi Friends – Vendée Radio has released the third part of our 3-part conversation on the global “Controlled Demolition.” This episode is titled “Ordo Ab Chao.” Here is Vendée’s description.

And the link: https://youtu.be/0GKVbjPOt6E.

Update: Youtube took it down. Cheryl uploaded a copy here:

We’ll see how long it lasts …

Thank you, Vendée Radio, for this invitation, and for your patience and class throughout our conversations.

For those who have not yet seen the first two episodes, this builds on them. The links to those are:

Episode 1, “Divide, Conquer and Herd” – https://youtu.be/gDNO0x7Eouk

Episode 2, “The Problem of Consent” – https://youtu.be/uRB61kFpluQ

I hope they’re helpful to all of you or to someone who you love.

Now that this is accomplished, I’ll be focusing on the season.

I pray that we all enter into this Holy Week more fully than we ever have.

It’s time for Radical Christianity.

God bless.

Update: Cheryl added more of my threads and some images that are relevant to this series to her blog post, here: bit.ly/controlled-demolition. She’s been really great at pulling this stuff together. If you benefit from any of it, please be sure to thank her when you have the chance (@charleybrown77).

16 thoughts on ““Controlled Demolition,” Part 3

  1. Well done!

    This came to mind when you mentioned being in the world but not of the world, from revelation 18:

    And I heard another voice from heaven, saying: Go out from her, my people; that you be not partakers of her sins, and that you receive not of her plagues. [5] For her sins have reached unto heaven, and the Lord hath remembered her iniquities.

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  2. Great close to the 3-part series. I have info on many of the approved Marian apparitions bookmarked in my browser. Given your mention, I’m brushing up on the message of Our Lady of Good Success. I forgot how detailed it was to what has been coming to fruition. Also, your challenges and resistance by family to honor the Sabbath as noted by Our Lady of La Salette are shared by others—myself included.

    Have a blessed Holy Week and Easter.

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      1. Don’t know if this is true, but I did read that the priest recording the account may have took the liberty of using the word in the written translation—not to adulterate the message, but saw that it matched what that group was doing when they went public after 1717. I also read that Her mention also supported the fact that they were present before their going public. Regardless, they are instrumental in a big way of our devolution and likely only the middle to upper management.

        Here is the source of what I read. No idea of its accuracy:


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        1. The piece seems intellectually honest and thorough, but I honestly don’t understand the compulsion for intellectuals to speculate simply to hear themselves speak under the guise of thoroughness.

          There’s zero evidence of human addition, which he admits. It’s pure speculation.

          It reminds me of Augustine rejecting all of the Church Father’s views of Genesis 6, simply because it “must” mean something else.


  3. Hi Michael,

    Years ago (before I became Catholic), my daughter’s sweet evangelical Protestant teacher told me not to shop on Sunday.

    This was news to me because I didn’t even know the Third Commandment at the time (Keep Holy the Lord’s Day.)

    It’s hard to be 100% consistent, but I don’t shop on Sunday, do laundry, yard work, or other “unnecessary servile labor.”

    I never thought about it before you mentioned it, but to give everyone their day of rest, it makes sense not to visit restaurants on Sunday either.

    I’m old enough to remember when the Sunday “blue laws” were repealed in the 1980’s.

    Before that time, just about the only thing open on Sunday in Maryland were gas stations and pharmacies.

    When I was an atheist, I was so happy when the stores opened on Sunday, because it gave me two shopping days each weekend.

    But now as a Catholic, I can see it was better when (almost) everyone had a day of rest on Sunday.

    Blessings, Sandra Elam

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  4. Thank you to Vendée Radio for being such a gracious host. And thanks Michael for sitting down and trying to summarize the past few years!

    I updated and added more links to the blog relevant to episodes 2 and 3:

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    1. Cheryl,

      Thank you so much for your blog and all the work you’ve put in. It was such a blessing to find the little group of Catholics on Twitter and I’ve missed it. However, Twitter is a time and spiritual sink hole.

      The only thing that would make it better is adding the most pertinent replies to the posts. ( I know, like you have nothing better to do …)

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  5. The last half was good. Well, the whole series was more than good. But I needed the last half of this one. Very timely and a good way to end it all.

    Blessed be the man that trusteth in the Lord, and the Lord shall be his confidence. And he shall be as a tree that is planted by the waters, that spreadeth out its roots towards moisture: and it shall not fear when the heat cometh. And the leaf thereof shall be green, and in the time of drought it shall not be solicitous, neither shall it cease at any time to bring forth fruit. Jer. 17:7

    May God grant that we bear fruit in the time of heat.

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