Deux livres à ne pas manquer

Publié le par Ferlin

C'est de Jean Raspail, grand érudit, royaliste ( et alors? ) et grand écrivain, très grand....

 

Le premier est sur les peuples primitifs disparus.

 

A chaque fin de chapitre, j'ai posé le livre, levé les yeux en l'air, et longtemps déliré....

 

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C'est un voyage dans l'âme inhumaine de l'occident, en confrontation directe avec l'âme éternelle des humains.

 

Et l'on comprend le cheminement actuel qui veut nous faire devenir du bétail...

 

Le deuxième est un chef d'oeuvre, une ouverture géniale vers la foi, la vraie. L'histoire de ce Pape oublié, Pếdro de Luna, Benoît XIII ( le premier ), mort à 94(?) ans suite à un epoisonnement.

 

Gardien de la lumière divine, en plein schisme, il a ouvert la voie à une église pauvre et sincère, digne de confiance.

 

Il aurait pu sauver cette foi qui nous manque tant, mais les politiques de ce temps là, déjà, ne lui ont pas permis de le faire.

 

Le monde chrétien est mort en 1423, le jour de sa mort.

 

D'ailleurs, tous les pays qui l'ont combattus sont tombés sous le joug du protestantisme. Sa lignée, certaine, s'est perpétuée pendant des siècles, dans l'anonymat, le secret et le désoeuvrement. Jusqu'à quand?... Encore de nos jours?...

 

Telle est la question.

 

Dieu sait séparer le bon grain...

 

 

 

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Rose 20/04/2012 16:11


Je savoure pêcheur de lunes, je n''ai pas fini mais j'aime beaucoup. Bises.

Ferlin 23/04/2012 20:04



Il est fabuleux. Bisous Rose.



Simsi 11/04/2012 14:40


Sinon j'ai aussi un super bouquin à vous proposer à la lecture


http://www.lulu.com/shop/simon-deno%C3%ABl/vies-de-singe/paperback/product-20036622.html 

Ferlin 12/04/2012 22:06



Merci simsi.



Georges 11/04/2012 01:23


Bonjour !


 


Je suis tombé par hasard un jour sur "pêcheur de lunes", un très beau livre que j'ai dévoré. J'ai ensuite lu "le camp des saints" du même auteur, qui m'a passioné jusqu'à la fin, et après je me
suis renseigné sur l'écrivain.


Et j'ai été choqué. Je n'oublierai jamais cette scène sur youtube (dans l'émission "ce soir ou jamais" voici le lien http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DW7s9Qi72dk) où, parlant d'immigration, il dit
toute sa peur qu'il a de voir les braves français mélangés et mixés aux autres peuples du monde.


Autant l'impression était excellente après la lecture de "pêcheur de lunes", autant j'ai été dérangé de comprende que ce type votera MLP. Parce que tout ce qu'il a vu du monde lui a fait
comprendre qu'il tient à l'identité des peuples du monde ET à celle du peuple français.


Pour info, "le camp des saints" parle d'une flotille d'immigrés misérables ( ou plutôt une flotte, ils sont un million ) partis d'Inde, et faisant route vers l'Europe. Le bouquin est tourné de
telle manière qu'en le finissant, on a peur et on veut pas que ça arrive.


Alors prudente lecture !


 

Ferlin 12/04/2012 21:51



Lorsque'on connait le but de l'immigration engendrée depuis la dernière guerre, on ne peut être que d'accord avec lui, et sans aucune dose de racisme. Les gens ne bougent pas par plaisir mais
parce qu'ils ne peuvent plus vivre sur leur terre et ils ne le peuvent plus parce que leur terre est volée par les élites.


Désolé, mais la version "peace and love" du monde bradée par TF1 est une vaste fumisterie.



neo 10/04/2012 22:50


http://earthsky.org/tonight/orion-descends-in-the-southwest-each-evening


http://earthsky.org/space/many-billions-of-rocky-planets-in-the-habitable-zones-around-red-dwarfs-in-the-milky-way


http://earthsky.org/earth/anchorage-alaska-sets-new-snow-record

neo 10/04/2012 22:40



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Fukushima Reactor 4:
Life On Planet Earth in the Balance


Posted: 08 Apr 2012 09:47 AM PDT




Matsumura posted a startling entry on his blog following a statement made by Japan’s former ambassador to Switzerland, Mitsuhei Murata, on the situation at Fukushima.
Diplomat Akio Matsumura is warning that the disaster at the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan may ultimately turn into an event capable of extinguishing all life on Earth.

Speaking at a public hearing of the Budgetary Committee of the House of Councilors on March 22, 2012, Murata warned that “if the crippled building of reactor unit 4 – with 1,535 fuel rods
in the spent fuel pool 100 feet (30 meters) above the ground – collapses, not only will it cause a shutdown of all six reactors but will also affect the common spent fuel pool containing
6,375 fuel rods, located some 50 meters from reactor 4,” writes Matsumura.

In both cases the radioactive rods are not protected by a containment vessel; dangerously, they are open to the air. This would certainly cause a global catastrophe like we have never
before experienced. He stressed that the responsibility of Japan to the rest of the world is immeasurable. Such a catastrophe would affect us all for centuries. Ambassador Murata informed
us that the total numbers of the spent fuel rods at the Fukushima Daiichi site excluding the rods in the pressure vessel is 11,421.

Matsumura then asked Robert Alvarez, former Senior Policy Adviser to the Secretary and Deputy Assistant Secretary for National Security and the Environment at the U.S. Department of
Energy, about the the impact of such an additional catastrophe at Fukushima.

Video and full story here 

http://gazbom.blogspot.com www.thebigwobble.com







Io: Moon Over Jupiter


Posted: 08 Apr 2012 09:08 AM PDT




Image Credit: Cassini Imaging Team, SSI, JPL, ESA, NASA
Explanation: How big is Jupiter's moon Io? The most volcanic body in the Solar System, Io (usually pronounced "EYE-oh") is 3,600 kilometers in diameter, about the size of planet Earth's
single large natural satellite. Gliding past Jupiter at the turn of the millennium, the Cassini spacecraft captured this awe inspiring view of active Io with the largest gas giant as a
backdrop, offering a stunning demonstration of the ruling planet's relative size. Although in the above picture Io appears to be located just in front of the swirling Jovian clouds, Io
hurtles around its orbit once every 42 hours at a distance of 420,000 kilometers or so from the center of Jupiter. That puts Io nearly 350,000 kilometers above Jupiter's cloud tops,
roughly equivalent to the distance between Earth and Moon. The Cassini spacecraft itself was about 10 million kilometers from Jupiter when recording the image data.
Links and photo here 

http://gazbom.blogspot.com www.thebigwobble.com







Something Fishy: CRS
Report Downplays Fukushima’s Effect on US Marine Environment


Posted: 08 Apr 2012 01:44 AM PDT




Late Thursday, the United States Coast Guard reported that they had successfully scuttled the Ryou-Un Maru, the Japanese “Ghost Ship” that had drifted into US waters after being
torn from its moorings by the tsunami that followed the Tohoku earthquake over a year ago. The 200-foot fishing trawler, which was reportedly headed for scrap before it was swept away,
was seen as potentially dangerous as it drifted near busy shipping lanes.
Coincidentally, the “disappearing” of the Ghost Ship came during the same week the Congressional Research Service (CRS) released its report on the effects of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear
disaster on the US marine environment, and, frankly, the metaphor couldn’t be more perfect. The Ryou-Un Maru is now resting at the bottom of the ocean–literally nothing more to see there,
thanks to a few rounds from a 25mm Coast Guard gun–and the CRS hopes to dispatch fears of the radioactive contamination of US waters and seafood with the same alacrity.
But while the Ghost Ship was not considered a major ecological threat (though it did go down with around 2,000 gallons of diesel fuel in its tanks), the US government acknowledges that
this “good luck ship” (a rough translation of its name) is an early taste of the estimated 1.5 million tons of tsunami debris expected to hit North American shores over the next two or
three years. Similarly, the CRS report (titled Effects of Radiation from Fukushima Dai-ichi on the U.S. Marine Environment [PDF]) adopts an overall tone of “no worries here–its all under
control,” but a closer reading reveals hints of “more to come.”
Indeed, the report feels as it were put through a political rinse cycle, l