Fr. Jean-Paul Régimbal #fundie

For more than a half century, a powerful revolution has been taking shape. A revolution with no political party, no election speeches and even without an ideological platform to state the aims and objectives of the new revolutionaries.

For the first time in history, a profound social, economic, moral and cultural revolution chose to proclaim its radicalism through the music, lyrics and stars of rock music. At first, none of these rock starts was taken seriously, because everyone just thought it was a fad that would eventually pass, like the Charleston, the boogie-woogie and the twist.

The socio-cultural phenomenon of rock that appeared in the early ‘50s, however, would spread throughout the world like a under wave mixed with mud, slag, blood and human sacrifice. Today, rock music has developed to become the most powerful destroyer of bodies, spirits and hearts that ever emerged from the bowels of Hell.

As early as 1950, however, the world received a serious warning during an exorcism performed in Western Canada by a priest of Long Beach in California. Before leaving the possessed young woman, the evil spirit revealed who he was: “I’m a prince and I have arrived. I came to possess a whole race, the youth of America.” (2)

Another important detail imposes itself. The study of 18 cases of sudden suicides in less than a year among youths age 15 to 21 in the Montreal-Granby-Québec region showed only one constant factor: all were fans of rock ‘n roll.

Is anything more needed to propel me into an in-depth exploration of these human tragedies caused by the devilish and satanic rhythms of this infernal music?

The purpose of this series of articles is to offer the most accurate information possible about the global phenomenon of rock and to make readers acutely aware of its danger and take a strong and energetic position against this global revolution that is affecting youth everywhere.

Let me remind my reader not to lose hope because Christ is victorious. (3)



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