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It would be better for him if a millstone were put around his neck and he be thrown into the sea than for him to cause one of these little ones to sin. ( Saint Luke 17.2)


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They are Gods ... far more, ever more ... than they are yours.

Do you think that God will be blind to those who have led His little ones into sin through a perverse agendum that accords with their own depravity, advocating and agitating for perverse, hermaphroditic education that teaches children to question their own sexuality— and at so tender an age when barely the grasp it; to experiment with their sexuality in classrooms”, to use  same-sex bathrooms — all of which confuses the little ones of their deepest identity as little boys, as little girls, lying to them that the choice of their sexual identity is their own and not indefeasibly radicated in nature and given by God; a misanthropic education which encourages them to explore and experiment with homosexuality, lesbianism, bisexuality, and trans-sexualism in an attempt to legitimize their own debauchery and to further their own evil and selfish ends.

They are little.

They are His!

And you have no place with either —  God or children — when, in whatever manner, through whatever device, by whatever deceit, you bind little ones — in any way — to darkness..

Yes, you can deceive the little children. It is so easy ...

But you cannot deceive God.

Know this of a certainty: the very sea calls to you, who make chattel of children ... and how terrible is its


In a world of wolves, we must be the Good Shepherd, and gather the children to ourselves, for if you are His, they are ours ...

And you thought yourself barren ...


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