Daily Archives: June 16, 2013
The usual Nazi suspects have called for Google to censor a smartphone app helping them to overcome their homosexuality.
Note the mentality of the Nazi faggots: they do not disagree with you, they want to silence you. Everything that goes against their faggotry must disappear.
These people truly are not only a danger for their own souls, but for democracy.
First of all, let me point out that the word “chicacchierone”, now bouncing on sites all over the world, does not exist. What is meant here is evidently “chiacchierone”, used to denote (generally in a rather playful way) people who talk a lot, or who talk too much. Again, the connotation is generally not negative at all.
Coming to the point of the chatty Pope, I would be the last one to consider it a problem that the Pope loves to talk. I am (erm, cough) not new to the phenomenon myself. The problem that I see with this Pope is that he doesn’t stop his chattering from reaching the Press, and – more gravely – that his chattering contains serious (and I mean: serious) rubbish and confuses the faithful.
If the Pope were able to talk freely about Catholic issues without getting it seriously wrong, no one would see a problem in his frequent tongue exercising; the joy of talking is part of what makes us Southerners so much (erm, cough again…) liked by each and everyone; but even if the Pontiff were unable to do so and gave disposition to keep his thought streaming strictly private, no scandal would ensue. The problem is that he does neither, and does not even seem to see a problem in what is happening.
The problem is not that the Pope is chiacchierone. It is that he prattles, prattles very publicly, and is fine with it.
I am sure we would all love a Pope who talks a lot, and talks well. We might see a problem in the banalisation of the Pope’s message, but if the message is straight and true this would be countered by a stream of Catholic wisdom reaching the world at large. Padre Pio was not the silent type himself. What we have here is both the banalisation and the confusion.
I hope the Holy Father will soon understand that this must stop.
The “quit saying “gay” ” reblog.
One of the things that never fails to grate me is the use of the word “gay” to refer to homosexual tendencies or, worse, sodomitical behaviour.
I have written in the past about the power of words, but today I would like to focus on the use of this particular word, “gay”.
The use of a word so blatantly wrong by any decent standard of the English language, and so obviously charged with a positive connotation to describe a perversion, always implies acceptance of the homosexual thinking and sodomitical behaviour. One can simply not call homosexuals and outright sodomites “gay” without giving a positive connotation, and the connotation chosen by them, to their thinking.
You will in vain looking for a writing in which Winston Churchill calls Hitler “Mein Fuehrer”, because whilst the word Fuehrer (or Duce, or Caudillo) can be used in an objectified manner simply to…
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Many thanks to Gerard Brady for pointing me out to an Eponymous Flower blog post exposing an internet site shamelessly dedicated to the provision of “dating services” to homosexual priests, in several languages.
I never thought I’d see the day, that’s all. Such is the extent of the devastation the endemic stupidity of the post-Vatican II era has caused.
I read around this Pope will be judged by history according to his ability of dealing with the restructuring of the Curia.
I’d rather say this Pope will be judged by history (and from the Lord above) according to his energy in dealing with sexual perversion within and without Church structures.