Olli Dürr The Individualism Required by the Gospel

The Individualism Required by the Gospel

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The demand for individualism stands in stark contrast to the statements isolated from the mainstream. According to the tenor, the individual is the plague of the modern world. The opposite of what is found in the Gospel. It is no surprise, then, that the primordial soup of these attempts at forced mass assimilation was simmering in the central pot in the middle of Rome.

Individualism depends on the dart board


Individualism released on Vatican dart board

Individualism is clearly visible and war is announced. It’s not just the chief shepherd of the Roman Catholic Church who speaks of a “virus” on the subject of individualism, the former Protestant institutions are also following the same path of philosophy of a uniformity that is very close to communism. This applies at least to the mixture that was once brought below ankle height. In between there is nothing for a long time and then follows a group of select few, or, in the words of Yuval Harari, deified elite, and their sublime omnipresence.

The fight against individualism is being waged on many fronts. Be it the cleric in the name of charity (like the recent “injection”), or the secular in the name of solidarity, the individual must be eradicated. The wave of “cancel culture” that has also started serves as a valuable tool for this. Anything that stands out by even an inch of the targeted mass must be “disintegrated” immediately. It’s amazing that the ranks of “fact finders” also have the vocabulary developed for this purpose in their arsenals for daily use.

The primordial soup is easy to locate

But the phenomenon of combating individualism did not fall to earth out of the blue. After all, the flash of inspiration has to have an origin somewhere. Since “fighting individualism” doesn’t sound very convincing, we resort to the tried and tested euphemism. Solidarity, human family, charity, for each other, togetherness, sound much more attractive than a virtual cartridge belt around your chest with a shotgun in your hand.

The stable of teachers and thought leaders, the so-called whisperers of the various “think tanks”, didn’t just take a leap of faith. Strategies for controlling the masses that have long been used routinely are also the first choice here. If you pick up a thread to follow, it usually leads to Rome. The next thread does the same and so it continues until one has fully understood the saying “all roads lead to Rome”.

Individualism has long been a matter for the boss

Pope Francis has embraced the field of “harmful individualism” wholeheartedly. In all his efforts it is clear that the Pontiff is passionate about eradicating individualism from this planet.

An “illusion” for Catholics

Illusion cubes

Pope declares individualism a fiction

At the beginning of June 2020, Pope Francis warned all Catholics against individualism. This is “illusory,” said the pontiff (Source). History has shown that individualism as a guiding principle of society is an illusion. The pontiff explained this during the Corona activity, which was just beginning to “upswing”, with an outlook for what would happen afterwards.

An “illusion” for the rest

About two weeks later, the head of the Roman Church repeated his warning, but directed his appeal to the “rest” of the non-Catholic world (Source). The caution he urged, however, did not concern prevention of the possibility of infection, but rather the risk of a relapse to individualism. On this occasion, the pontiff also created a link to his environmental encyclical “Laudato Si'” by describing the pandemic as a “reaction of nature” to people’s ignorance of the ecological crisis.

Official position with Fratelli Tutti

The encyclical “Fratelli Tutti” was published on October 3, 2020. Just one day later, the Catholic Agency for Overseas Development (CAFOD) summed up that this encyclical was a gauntlet thrown down by Pope Francis to create a new world order with human dignity at its center (Source). The great danger is a politics of individualism instead of solidarity and a commitment to global social justice.

Individualism is unnatural

Just a few days later, Pope Francis followed up. He believes he knows that individualism does not increase our freedom. Individualism goes against human nature. This was created “in the sincere gift of self to others” (Source). People are not able to fully know themselves if they cannot communicate with other people. Nobody can mature if they withdraw in their individualism, because “love also pushes us towards universal community.” Another logic of the pontiff is that “the mere sum of individual interests” is not capable of creating a better world for the entire human family. In order to promote good for ourselves, we must return to a human family.

Pandemic woke “us up”.

Alarm clock

After ‘pandemic’ only awakened people?

After the first week of December 2020, Pope Francis complained about the “individualism highlighted” by the pandemic. This bad behavior has now come to light. Personal and collective individualism must now be overcome. This pandemic has made “us” more aware of this false, individualistic way of thinking in our society (Source).

Vaccine against individualism

By February 2021, new connections have emerged in Pope Francis’ thought patterns. Shortly after the launch of the major “injection campaigns,” the pontiff explained to the public by “disclosing” his letter to Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia that concern for others was a “vaccine against individualism.” (Source).

Loneliness through individualism

In mid-May 2022, the Pope once again proved that the issue of individualism is his top priority. He doesn’t let up. The Church Primate explained to a delegation from the Order of the Nurses that the “prevailing individuality and indifference has led to loneliness and the throwing away of so many lives.” (Source). So it was individualism that led to the loneliness of countless people in the previous months and not the politically motivated regulations for the fictitious protection of others with the apparently accepted “collateral damage”?

Attempted justification with gospel

In August 2022, the head of the Catholic Church brought out more guns and tried to spread the gospel. Accordingly, the gospel calls on “us” to get out of individualism (Source). The pontiff relies on Luke 12:49. In it, Jesus Christ says that He came to “bring fire to the earth.” The Pope concludes that this fire means the good news. That’s right. However, the leader of the Catholics also wants to recognize that Jesus Christ wanted to “burn the old balances of life”. And this called on “us” to “get out of individualism.” He might as well have made up that the good news included an upcoming special offer on a pound of butter.

Migration and individualism

Ignatius v. Loyola

Ignatius of Loyola – main founder of the Jesuit order

Last year, the Jesuit order announced that in the future it would focus on the issues of “justice, youth and climate protection” in addition to the global migration movement. This commitment can be seen in a lecture program at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. This university is the largest Jesuit-run institution in the United States. Those who have economic and political status today usually had their careers deposited in this “think tank”.

On October 18, 2023, the university announced an event with young, immigrant Latinos. They are now called upon to strengthen the community and resist individualism (Source). A meeting with “Latino leaders” was also planned for this purpose.

In 2023 it was realized that the “pandemic” had “exposed the other pandemic”, “the virus of indifference, which is the result of constantly looking the other way”.

Now one could speculate what conditions existed during the regulations to be adhered to by those responsible for US politics. In Germany, however, there can be no question of “constantly looking the other way”. On the contrary. Rarely have public servants, employers, trade unions, passers-by, neighbors and family members looked as closely as in the previous two years due to concerns about compliance with the regulations in force.

Individualism in Fratelli Tutti

As with the topics of migration and “nature and climate protection”, the Church of Rome knows how to cleverly present itself as an institution that is simply following the trend and only emphasizing the Christian aspects. The encyclical Fratelli Tutti, published in the midst of the “pandemic”, deals with the topic of individualism in its “individual” way. In point 43 of this letter from Francis, the aspect of individualism comes close to the “destructive hate groups on the Internet” and to the hindrance of real interpersonal relationships. Individualism is expressed in “xenophobia and contempt for the weak.”

“Sneaky virus”


Mean, sneaky and devious

In pos. 105 of the encyclical, the Pope declares individualism to be “insidious” and – perfectly appropriate at the time of publication – “the hardest virus to defeat.” In pos. 209, individualism receives the attributes of indifference and relentlessness. With pois. 275, the Pope declares the dominance of individualism to be the “main cause of the crisis of the modern world.”

The actual non-existent processing of the inconsistencies in the period between the beginning of 2020 and the end of 2022 is instead replaced by the question of whether the greater “crime” of those refusing the “experimental injection” is the rejection of the newly invented attribute “foreign protection” or in the individualism shown in their behavior. The latter may be more likely, as this reflects the Roman Catholic agenda to form a “united human family”.

A very “individual” philosophy

Pope Francis teaches “us” that the Gospel calls us to give up individualism out of charity. In doing so, the pontiff advocated a kind of assimilation of each individual into a fused, unified mass that will one day be referred to as the “human family.” Any sticking out of the head will therefore be met with a shave.

It is not without reason that the encyclical Fratelli Tutti has been called the modern “Communist Manifesto”. The former Vice Chancellor Franz von Papen (1933 to 1934), a Knight of Malta and also privy chamberlain to Pope Pius XI and the later John XXIII, also had an insightful comment on the geopolitical ideas of the Vatican. To put it bluntly: communism is not far away.

What does the Gospel even say about this?

Bible prophecies

The truth is found in the Bible

It starts with an important statement from Jesus Christ himself. Found in Matthew 10:34-36:
Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword. For I am come to set a man at variance against his father, and the daughter against her mother, and the daughter in law against her mother in law. And a man’s foes shall be they of his own household.

That doesn’t sound like a united human family. Jesus Christ’s goal is not the merger of whatever humanity dreams of, but the separation between the Gentiles and those faithful to the Gospel. The cut is so deep that even family members will suddenly no longer be sympathetic.
Resumé: The opposite of what the Pope says.

“Separate yourselves!”

Paul knew the Gentiles, their beliefs and practices all too well. He also knew about the pagan influences on the still young Christian community in Corinth. He had to admonish them and he did this by means of his second letter, 2. Corinthians 6:16-17:
And what agreement hath the temple of God with idols? for ye are the temple of the living God; as God hath said, I will dwell in them, and walk in them; and I will be their God, and they shall be my people. Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you,

Conflating pagan customs (idolatry) with the gospel is a “no-go.” In the Old Testament too, the spiritual apostasy of the ancient people of Israel through syncretism with paganism runs like a common thread through all chapters of the books of Judges and Prophets. Was Paul calling for the abandonment of individualism? No! On the contrary! He called on the community to separate themselves from paganism and to take an individual path. Precisely the individual path that the Gospel describes.
Resumé: The opposite of what the Pope says.

“Come out of her!”

In the book of Revelation, in chapter 18, you can read the urgent call to come out of “her” so that you are not affected by the consequences that will soon come, Revelation 18:4-5:
And I heard another voice from heaven, saying, Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues. For her sins have reached unto heaven, and God hath remembered her iniquities.

In the context, the “her” to be left refers to the structure of Babylon (Info). You should get away from it as quickly as possible. Which means nothing other than cutting off, separating, or even individualizing.
Resumé: The opposite of what the Pope says.

Pope acts as expected

Pope Franics

He only preaches the ‘best’ for us

It is not at all surprising that the “Pontifex Maximus”, as usual with a meticulous perfectionism, exudes exactly the opposite of what the Gospel says. This is the basis for the traditions of the Roman Catholic Church (Info).

Always in the background and in the apparent “intoxication of love,” the Church of Rome still has its extended tentacles clinging to pretty much every control point within society. This is not meant to be exaggerated, but rather reflects reality very well. Paul described it in the same letter to the Corinthians (chapter 11, verse 14):
And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light.

So not as the “drooling, black and red horned man”, but as a seductively beautiful figure with an angelic voice and the “very best” intentions. But, John 8:44:
Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it.

Don’t you teach your own little children not to trust the “nice, smiling uncle” with his sweets?

Always approach it with skepticism

Even the first words of Jorge Mario Bergoglio, newly elected Pope Francis, on the balcony above St. Peter’s Square, an extra-protocol “Buona Siera”, had to be viewed with skepticism. Anyone who exchanges good for bad and evil for good, their wish for a “good evening” must be received with caution. Since the beginning of his pontificate, this Pope has demonstrated in a special way the significance of the warning about the end of times given by Jesus Christ on the Mount of Olives. It no longer concerns the previously unknown brutality that was once practiced by this church for centuries, but rather the “tender seduction” (Info).

People can choose


People can choose their own future

The fusion into a human family, with the dogmas of faith promised by the Pope, or bearing the witness of Jesus in the individual position required for this, separated from the mass. The apparently very wide and, above all, comfortable path straight to irrevocable ruin, or the only correct but very narrow path to the promised salvation. Every person can decide for themselves. The “small but subtle” difference: While God is jealous of every single person, He allows everyone to make their own decision. The adversary, on the other hand, uses the same lies and coercions that emerged in the years 2020 to 2022 and can be found today in the area of ​​model calculations on the effects of a certain trace gas in the atmosphere. Just a foretaste.

A supposed dilemma

Admittedly. Those faithful to the gospel find themselves in a quandary. Anyone who wants to remain faithful to God will have to reckon with great trials and, at some point, persecution. Anyone who joins the masses, the “modern Babylon”, has relative peace. The situation will become so dire that the “saving hand” that has long been prepared in Rome will be gratefully accepted. This ultimately leads to the transformation that has long been openly communicated, as can even be found in Revelation 13, from verse 11 onwards.

Here too, the situation of ancient Israel serves as a model. Geographically squeezed between rivals Babylon to the north and Egypt to the south. Both “superpowers” ​​fought against each other and also jointly targeted the people of Israel. As long as Israel remained in God’s prescribed path, the country prospered in all respects. But this was only very rarely the case (Info).

So northern Israel had to deal with Assyria beforehand and a few decades later Babylon struck. Only a remnant of people remained who remained faithful to God, as was the case in 70 AD with the final destruction of the Temple and Jerusalem. The parallel for the “predicament” of God’s people during the final times is found in Daniel 11 (Info).

Then (still) prefer the narrow path

Bible Way

The way of the Bible is the only sustainable one

But the easy route leads to literally nowhere, because the receipt will soon follow. While the well-subsidized climate priests only preach about virtual tipping points, according to the gospel such a tipping point certainly exists. As it was in the days of Noah, so it will be at the end of time (Matthew 24:37). The tipping point in Noah’s time was the closing of the ark. Nothing happened for seven days, but everything was already irrevocably decided.

Anyone who chooses the narrow path must therefore expect considerable resistance. This individualism will one day become prominent within a “smooth” society and will be fought with all its might. From the authorities as well as from the completely misguided masses. But, “my yoke is easy, and my burden is light“, said Jesus Christ in Matthew 11:30.

And Jesus answered and said unto them, Take heed that no man deceive you.
End-time speech on the Mount of Olives, Matthew 24:4

Bible verses from King James Version

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