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Correspondence with Miss Ann Barnhardt

Miss Ann Barnhardt's website: www.barnhardt.biz

Table of contents

1) S. Jetchick (2016-August-24)
2) S. Jetchick (2019-January-30)
See also articles I've translated and reposted here:

They Hate God
Ils haïssent Dieu

1) S. Jetchick (2016-August-24)

-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: Fan mail from Quebec City, Canada
Date: Sat, 27 Aug 2016 19:18:32 -0400
From: Stefan Jetchick
To: Ann@

Good day Miss Ann Barnhardt,

I've become quite a fan of your web site. I find it hard
to imitate your courage and virility, and find it just
as hard not to admire it, and I pray that someday I'll be
able to follow in your brave footsteps!

I do have some itty-bitty reservations about a few rare
things on your web site. So if you're busy, don't bother
reading the rest of this e-mail. Enjoy the compliments,
and keep up the good work!

	*	*	*	*	*	*	*

So far, I seem to have only a few disagreements with what I've
read on your web site:

	- Only 15 mysteries for the Holy Rosary?

	- Is the "Bergoglio Fiasco" really mitigated
	if Benedict XVI is still Pope?

	- Are we really headed for a hot war?

	- Would the Barnhardt Axiom withstand Diogenes the Cynic?

Please allow me to now dig down into each one of those topics.

1) Only 15 mysteries for the Holy Rosary?

You say:
"the Most Holy Rosary – all 15 mysteries (You heard me. Fifteen.
There are exactly FIFTEEN mysteries".

I actually like to think there are TWENTY-FIVE mysteries! See
The "Prepareful" Mysteries.

Ann holding a Rosary. Maybe she's reciting the Prepareful Mysteries?
Ann holding a Rosary. Maybe she's reciting the Prepareful Mysteries?

2) Is the "Bergoglio Fiasco" really mitigated if Benedict XVI is still Pope?

I did try to follow your argument claiming that Bergoglio is
not the current Pope. I do remember thinking this was pretty
subtle stuff, not unlike a ballerina tip-toeing around in her
ballet slippers. Normally I poke fun of such dancing, like
for Hans Urs von Balthasar (although I'm sure you'd look much
better than him in a ballerina outfit! ... Must... Keep ...
Custody... Of... The... Imagination).

I can't claim to be able to prove you are wrong. But even if you were
right, I can't see how that would be much of an improvement.
Benedict XVI has made several public declarations about
Bergoglio that I would qualify as "brown-nosing". If Bergoglio is an
antipope as you say, and Benedict XVI is still the real Pope,
then Benedict XVI is an unmitigated a..hole for not publicly
denouncing and condemning all the idiocies of Bergoglio.

So even if Bergoglio is not Pope, we are still stuck with a
terribly bad Pope who is sowing doctrinal confusion in the flock.

Either way, I really like Fr. Hunwicke's explanations about the
common cause of both "hyper-papalism" and "sedevacantism".

3) Are we really headed for a hot war?

I send this link to a good buddy of mine:

	Barnhardt Interview with Creative Minority Report:
	Part 1, America is Dead

I found his comment quite thoughtful, so I'll quote it verbatim.
I also want to quote it completely, because it ties in with
my final point about the Barnhardt Axiom:

-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: Re: Wow, pretty dire stuff from Ann Barnhardt, and this
was about a year ago already!
Date: Fri, 19 Aug 2016 04:02:30 +0000 (UTC)
From: [currently anonymous]
To: Stefan Jetchick

Hi Stefan,

The old federal republic is dead.  There's no doubt about
that.  When the oracles-in-chief at the U.S. Supreme Court
can squint at the U.S. Constitution and conclude that this
document, penned by our Christian forefathers, contains
within its text a clear command that every state of the Union
not only may but in fact must recognize the marriage of two
men, you know that the basic idea of respect for the process
of making and reading law is pretty far gone.  The desired
ends apparently justify any means.

Our forefathers wrote that document in words which they
earnestly believed could never be misunderstood.  And yet.

I am not saying that this was the coup de grace.  Nor am I
saying that the deterioration of the fabric of American
culture is only -- or best -- reflected in the deterioration
in our respect for the written word of law.  It is simply one
symptom among many of a disease that will destroy our nation
and culture unless it is excised.

"Preparation for the inevitable hot war". Possible, yes.  But
I still suspect that belief in a coming cataclysm, crisis,
catastrophe, in SHTF, in a coming hot war, can be a form of
wishful thinking: yearning for a final and cleansing climax
which will not only end the tedious waiting, but will also
mercifully bring matters to some sort of conclusion.  At
last, people hope, there will be a final showdown between
good and evil: high noon in the Old West.  All of the cards
will be on the table.

But I think it is somewhat more likely that things will just
get shittier and shittier and shittier for a very long time.
Western civilization will continue to deteriorate under the
parasitic influence of socialism and neo-liberalism as more
disciplined and pragmatic cultures take our place.  There may
be periodic crises and upheavals, yes, but the change of
direction -- if it comes -- will not be through crisis.

I have learned enough about Chinese history from my Chinese
friends to know that even the worst crisis -- where things
are as bad as they can get and civil society has completely
broken down and people are starving and heads are rolling
left and right -- even this kind of crisis does not bring any
lasting conclusion.  There is no such thing as "hitting
bottom."  The necessary work of changing a nation's spirit
remains to be done even after the blood has dried and the
dead are buried, just as much as it did before people went
nuts. [My emphasis. See last point.]

And that is where I hold out hope.  The United States, and
Western society in general has an indomitable spirit.  Even
if the old federal republic is dead, the ideas of
republicanism are not dead yet.  They will be rekindled

When Rome fell, and it looked like the entire heritage of
classical antiquity would vanish from the earth, where did
the flame of knowledge keep burning?  In monasteries and
friaries in distant, far-flung areas of the world which
seemed (at least in 400 AD) like the very last places on
earth that civilization would ever survive.  Backwater places
like Britannia.  And even then the flame flickered very
faintly for 1,000 years before growing bright again.  Records
show how tenuous a grasp the Church and civilization in
general held over early medieval society.  But the flame
never died.

As long as there is a candle of justice burning somewhere, I
will be honored to call that place my home.

[currently anonymous]

4) Would the Barnhardt Axiom withstand Diogenes the Cynic?

Ann back in the days when she wasn't so cynical.
Ann back in the days when she wasn't so cynical.


	The fact that a given person is holding or seeking high-
	level public office is, in and of itself, proof that said
	person is morally and/or psychologically UNFIT to hold
	public office.

	[Source: Are We Comprehending The Barnhardt Axiom YET??!!]

When Zeno claimed to have proved that movement was impossible
using his famous paradoxes, "Diogenes the Cynic said nothing
upon hearing Zeno's arguments, but stood up and walked, in
order to demonstrate the falsity of Zeno's conclusions."

Wouldn't the Barnhardt Axiom be automatically disproved if
you just got off your backside and sought high-level public
office? (If you counter with arguments such as "The USA
doesn't exist anymore", etc., I'll refer you back to the
previous section, which explains why seeking public office
in a dead or dying republic still makes sense.)

God knows we need the Christ The King Party.

Shouldn't you be participating in the foundation of
such a political party?

Thank you very much for all your hard work and courage!

Stefan Jetchick

Miss Barnhardt with dangerous shoes but safe trigger discipline.
Miss Barnhardt with dangerous shoes but safe trigger discipline.

2) S. Jetchick (2019-January-30)

-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: Not important, just more fan mail, and a little
question about the automatic consequences of the
"Thermonuclear Substantial Error"
Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2019 22:41:58 -0500
From: Stefan Jetchick
To: Ann@

Hello again Miss Barnhardt,

Yes, I understand you probably will never read this,
and even if you did, you probably wouldn't have time
to answer.

I continue to follow the "Bergoglio Saga", and was very
impressed by your recent find about Joseph Ratzinger's
"Thermonuclear Substantial Error".

But I was thinking this morning (while doing battle against
what is gearing up to be another 2008-type snowfall record)
that this is a massive error about the very nature of the
papacy, and not only that, but a doctrinal error that Pope
Benedict XVI has obstinately acted upon.

Wouldn't that trigger a latae sententia excommunication on
Benedict XVI? And if you fall from the Faith of Peter, you
automatically fall from the Chair of Peter, right?

So neither "Pope" Francis nor Benedict XVI would currently
be Pope?

Please keep up the good work. Stay humble as best you can,
the Devil certainly want's you to fall, because you're
causing great harm to his Evil Plan for the Great Apostasy.



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