Daily Archives: September 8, 2012

The Democratic Catholic Church Introduces Itself

Forget the Pope, the Cardinals, and the Bishops.

Forget the Gospel, and the Apostles.

Forget the Commandments.

In fact, forget Jesus alright.

Just listen to this:

The Democrat Catholic Hierarchy, led by a bunch of women (some of them with a willie, like Biden; others without, like Pelosi, Sebelius, Kennedy) think it “Catholic” to, erm, “fight” for the “right” of their daughters to engage in premarital sex and get rid of the consequences through what they call “reproductive health” (read: murder).

It is astonishing what these people can try to let pass for Catholic.

My opinion is that the Democrat HQ have decided to launch an offensive against Catholic values in the name of the same Catholicism they want to trample, aiming to create a sort of parallel religion whose tenets are the right to have sex as you please, kill your child, and call yourself Catholic in the process.

Pure evil.

By the by, I did not know that President Kennedy was in favour of women’s “reproduction right” as I thought he had been killed several  years before Roe vs Wade; but I am sure Caroline Kennedy knows her history better than I do, or alternatively that she knows her history in the same way she knows her Catholicism.

Mundabor

The Great Church Of Compromise (And The Party That Comes With That)

Extremely beautiful video from the, as usual, spot on Michael Voris.

I doubt the lamented tendency to “compromise” is very much an American speciality – the Church in Western Europe behaves not one bit differently, and the political parties are generally speaking even worse than the US Republicans – but he certainly puts his finger on two evils, the intrinsic cowardice of Republican positions in matters of life and sexual mores, and the same phenomenon happening within the Church.

In fact, I think this longish video contains material for two separate issues of the “Vortex” and is most certainly worth the time.

God Bless Michael Voris. If we only had a couple of dozen of Cardinals and Bishops like him – ready not only to say unpleasant things, but to look at the unavoidable battle than ensues with relish – the Church would start to change for the better very rapidly.

Mundabor

Reblog of the day

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In just a few days, the autobiography of George W Bush will hit the bookshelves. From the parts already given to the public as appetizers it would appear that Bush was moved from the firm stance of the Pope about embryonic stem cell research to severely (if not completely) restrict research activities which would lead to the killing of embryonic lives.

This piece of information is important for several reasons. The first is to show that Bush (a great president if you ask me; not as great as Reagan for sure, but infinitely better than Al Gore would have ever been, every day of the week) was, ever after becoming the most powerful man on the planet, humble and perceptive enough to change his mind about important moral issues. One compares with Obama, and stuns.

The second is the fact that the separation of Church and state doesn’t mean that…

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