On April 13, 2022, TheThinkingConservative.com received Google’s “Important Notice: Update regarding Ukraine”, seen below. Once again we were being told that we are not allowed to question what was going on between the Biden Regime, NATO, Ukraine, Russia, the World Economic Forum, George Soros and on and on. We knew that many of the videos and photos of the Russia-Ukraine war that we were seeing were not anywhere near current and were being used as propaganda.
Recently we were introduced to Father Daniel Nolan, a graduate of the United States Naval Academy and now a Catholic priest, who is not afraid to go against the propaganda. In a free America we would be allowed to be journalists, to search for the truth and to report the truth. This is no longer the case in America. One priest has chosen to stand up and tell us to consider all the facts before we jump on the world’s bandwagon.
“If Soros and the World Economic Forum’s Klaus Schwab ask the world to fight Russia, you should support Russia.” ~ Secret-Agent Apr 11, 2022
Father Daniel Nolan of Our Lady of Mount Carmel parish in Littleton, Colorado reminded his congregation that there are two sides to every issue regarding the Ukraine War. While he did not ask the congregation to choose a side, he did ask them to fully consider the facts and circumstances and warned against jumping on the bandwagon promoted by the world.
Father Nolan: Government Has Lied To Us Before
Fr. Daniel Nolan reflects upon the old adage that those who ignorant of the past are bound to repeat it. Fr. Nolan offers a number of historical examples of when government officials conducted unethical scientific experiments on its citizens and then lied about it. Knowing our history enables us to think for ourselves and hopefully avoid repeating similar mistakes in the future.
About Father Daniel Nolan
Father Daniel Nolan, FSSP, was ordained in Omaha, Nebraska, on Saturday May 31, 2014. Father was educated in the Seton Homeschool program from the 2nd – 12th grade. In July of 1996 he entered the United States Naval Academy, and it was there that he first began to think about a priestly vocation. Four years later he graduated with a BS in Systems Engineering and received a commission as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Marine Corps. After training as an infantry officer, he was stationed in Camp Lejeune, NC, and over the next three years deployed to Okinawa, Cuba, Kuwait, Iraq, and the Republic of Georgia.
In May of 2004 Father was assigned to the Oklahoma City Military Entrance Processing Station, and it was during this time that he began to attend the Traditional Latin Mass. He became convinced, by the beauty and power of the traditional liturgy, that this was the future of the Church. Father Nolan separated from the military in August of 2006 as a Captain, and, after a year of discernment and prayer, finally entered the seminary in the fall of 2007.
“It is very important to make a distinction between the Russia of today and the Soviet Union of 30 years ago – they are not the same.” – Father Nolan
Father Daniel Nolan of the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter (FSSP) is no stranger to controversy. His controversial nature was on full display as offered his sermon at Our Lady of Mount Carmel parish in Littleton, Colorado. In this sermon, he reminded the congregation that there are two sides to every issue regarding the Ukraine War. While he did not ask the congregation to choose a side, he did ask them to fully consider the facts and circumstances jumping on the bandwagon promoted by the world.
“We ought to obey God rather than men.” Acts 5:29
In September 2020, Father Nolan’s superiors banned him from posting videos online after stating Catholics need not follow draconian coronavirus mask mandates from their bishop or governor. In the ensuing outrage, the point of his message was missed entirely: he seemed to want people to exercise control over their own health and not to let others do it for them.
Ukraine’s sin versus Putin’s Carnage
Last month, in Father Nolan’s sermon, which was recorded privately by someone and posted to YouTube (it has since been removed), his true message may have been overwhelmed and missed by the liberal anger.
He spoke about the entire world running in outrage to hate Vladimir Putin and referred to it as a “rush to condemn.” He is concerned about the lack of balance in response to the invasion of Ukraine and the lack of media truth.
Father Nolan also revealed some little-known details about the former actor, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Specifically, he referenced Zelensky’s stand for abortion, legalizing prostitution, same-sex marriage, the LGBTQ lifestyle, and transgenderism. He reminded the congregation that, in Biblical terms, these are sins,
“This is not good. This is not good for the Ukrainian people. Who’s worse? Putin, who physically invaded Ukraine, or Zelensky, who invaded Ukraine spiritually? What’s worse? To cause someone to end up in a grave or to cause someone to go to hell?”
Nolan explained that Zelensky had been installed by “elites” like George Soros, Klaus Schwab, and other Globalists. Father Nolan explained that the goal of these elites is to usher in a New World Order with “One World Government” and no God. Father Nolan also referred to their Agenda 2030 communist plans, “In 2030, you will own nothing, and you will be happy. This is communism. This is the old Soviet Union.” RAIR Foundation USA has posted numerous articles about these Globalist goals (see below).
He claimed that many of the pictures of the Ukraine War were recycled from the 2014 Crimean war. However, he did not provide references for that statement.
Father Nolan remarked that the Russia of today is not the USSR of history because it is no longer Communist or Atheist. He referred to a Putin statement about Christianity via the Orthodox Churches being the foundation of Europe. He mentioned that Russia today is “no longer corrupt institutionally,” a controversial statement that only the Russian Oligarchs could answer.
Father Nolan once again has become a point of controversy, becoming the antithesis of the world’s actions.
What do you think?