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Vladimir Lenin, the evil genius behind the Communist Revolution in Russia in 1917, without whom, historians agree, the Russian Revolution would not have succeeded. Two foundational principles for establishing and expanding the Communist world revolution, according to Lenin himself, are the principle of terrorism (strategically used) as well as the principle that “the lie is sacred”. In other words, Lenin taught that whenever lying advances the Communist Revolution in whatever circumstances a Communist agent (or agents) finds himself in, then it is, according to Lenin, his sacred duty to lie.

But because people can know when they’re being lied to, if the first lie told by agent #1 does not agree with the second lie told by agent #2, Lenin came up with the need for a common lie that all agents would repeat so as to be consistent to the general public. That common lie is known as “the Party Line”. This is further explained in the following chapter, where it is also explained how there is a “Party Line” used inside the Catholic Church to destroy Fatima.




      Disbelief of Fatima by
      the Upper Hierarchy

Chapter 8

The Message of Fatima versus the Party Line


What has been the overall effect of the sudden and quite dramatic changes in the Church which began in the Twentieth Century? As Catholic writers have observed, what Catholics have witnessed especially over the past 40 years represents a kind of “Stalinization of the Roman Catholic Church” that bears an eerie resemblance to what was called at the time “the Adaptation” of Russian Orthodoxy to the demands of the Stalinist regime.