At the end of last May I wrote an open letter to Mons. Carlo Maria Viganò in order to extend him a proposal with a view to face the so-called Great Reset in a manner consistent with God’s will, a proposal that, predictably, would not have any response on his part. Today, in the face of an appeal that the archbishop himself has launched in recent days in pursuit of a world antiglobalist alliance privileging the human will, it seemed more than appropriate to address him again in a second letter, much shorter but no less necessary than the first.
Psalm 118 is one of the most significantly prophetic about the definitive liberation that Yahweh —that is, the Lord Jesus Christ— would bring to his people once they finally learned what the due procedures of his justice have always consisted of. Sung formerly on the seventh day of the Feast of Tabernacles, traditionally known as “The Great Hosanna”, it has been one of the most quoted psalms by Jesus, who thus gave a very clear indication that the things expressed there were still awaiting their total fulfillment. in the same festive context in the last days of the present age.
In recent years, no one has held such an explicit fight against the antichrist spirit inside and outside the Vatican as Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò —former Apostolic Nuncio to the United States— has, a fight that over the past year has led him to vehemently denounce the unilateral plans of the world’s elite powers for a Great Reset of all human life. It is on the eve of his participation in a forum to be held in Venice against such initiative that I address him this open letter, in which I refer to the only adequate way to face it.
Since March 2020, humankind as a whole has entered an unprecedented situation in history, in which a handful of powerful men intend to decide the future of thousands of millions, a future in which —judging by all the signs they have given for many decades now— there could be no place for a loving reverence towards the Lord Jesus Christ. In the midst of such situation, during last year, Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò addressed two very timely letters to President Donald Trump. It is to them that I refer mainly here, in this open letter to the aforementioned American leader.