For German Heretics, It’s 1944

The story in short: a powerful “Catholic” lay organisation claims Church teaching in matter of adultery and sodomy must changed, because… they prefer it that way, and the Evil Clown agrees with them.

The young bishop of Passau, Oster, makes something very Un-German: he speaks out, all alone, against the evil. The usual attacks ensue. But this time, five other Bishops (all of them, apparently, fairly young) speak out very clearly, thank the Bishop of Passau for his words and firmly take place beside him.

Results? The front has broken. Actually, it's clear now that there has never been one, and only the German desire to appear “unite” and not be seen as fomenting “division” could lead to the explosion being delayed until now. The German heretics, claiming a situation of “emergency” and opening threatening with schism, have now completely, completely lost face if a couple of days were enough to have six of the twenty-seven German bishops very officially opposed to the Kasperites.

Mind: that six have spoken does not mean that twenty-one side with heresy. It simply means that one letter was enough to give the lie on the heretical claim of a German “special need”, and to show to the entire world that even in the hotbed of European Heresy there is no compact front against Catholic teaching, at all.

It's a complete loss of face. I am very confident other bishops will speak out for Christ in the next weeks; but even if this were not the case, the six bishops have caused utter and complete devastation in the camp (as in-camp) of Kasper, Marx, & Co. What they can now claim is, at most, that heretics are a majority among German bishops. Fat chance to win with that.

The dream of a compact wall demanding a different “pastoral” treatment for the German sheep is all but gone. Kasper & Co. stand now openly refuted, and possibly in the next weeks openly humiliated, by their own bishops. What a sad end. What an inglorious way to go to hell.

I start to think that October might go down in history as a very clear reaffirmation of Catholic truth; because if you know Germany, you know that group thinking is very strong there, and the marching out of line fully against the Country's grain. That exactly in Germany one bishop's initiative should be enough to let the supposed hive mind collapse in a matter of days tells you a thing or two about what must be brewing elsewhere.

Marx and Kasper should get the stake, and the stake is what they would have had in times which value truth more than niceness. I doubt my suggestion will be adopted – there would be the need for the one or other legal change too, you see… – but it certainly is the punishment these two, and their main helpers, have deserved.

Which leads us to the Evil Clown: the man who started the entire mess by openly praising Kasper's “theology on his knees”, and will now prudently distance himself from the position he has done the most to further.

Francis is obviously on the side of heresy. He has pushed it, and continues to push it, every way he can short of an ufficial declaration of allegiance. Every Catholic with some discernment knows he is on their side. But as a Jesuit, Francis will find a way to throw his allies under the bus, and deny he ever wanted anything else than… socialism, enviro-mentalism, and cheap publicity for himself.

For the German heretics, it's now 1944. It's not sure they will lose, but the situation looks clear enough.



Posted on May 22, 2015, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 15 Comments.

  1. Kasper’s and Bergoglio’s “bend-over” theology is prone to “backstabbing.” Don’t drop the soap near your fellow bishops Cardinal Marx.

  2. Francis has not only promoted the Kasper heresy but practiced it himself–by telephone, twice, with two different Argentine women, and in the Archdiocese of Buenos Aires when he was its Archbishop.

  3. A friend just found this on facebook.

    Seattle Kim

    BY Jean-Marie Guénois at LE FIGARO
    May 22, 2015 – 6:24 PM (Paris time), updated at 6:50 PM
    On Monday [May 25], European episcopates will debate the welcoming of remarried divorcees and homosexuals in the Church.
    The initiative has remained very discreet, indeed secret, but it is important. According to our information, three episcopates — the German, the Swiss, and the French — have gotten together in order to organize, behind closed doors, on Monday, May 25, in Rome, in the premises of the Jesuit Gregorian University, a day of studies centered on the welcoming of remarried divorcees and homosexual persons in the Church.
    Renowned German theologians will take the floor before a chosen audience of only fifty people. The closing conference will be delivered by Cardinal Reinhard Marx, President of the German Bishops’ Conference. Along with Cardinal Walter Kasper, this influential cardinal — a member of the C9, the Pope’s close council — works actively for a policy of opening of the Catholic Church on these dossiers. At the Vatican, only a few personalities have received an invitation.

  4. Mundabor,
    I don’t think we are as far along as 1944 yet. But I sure hope Catholics can make the synod Stalingrad for the heretics.

    As to the six bishops “dissenting from the dissenters”, their statements are certainly a good sign, but one so mealy-mouthed and “pastoral” that, while I do hope they will stand firm, I have little trust in them, as of yet. Maybe they will earn that trust with their newly-found Catholic conviction. Maybe the Holy Spirit will supply them with the courage they are sure to need, if they wish to defend Catholicism against the Pope and his loyal, heretical, synodal servants.

    In the end, the Pope will decide the matter, taking the results of the Synod into consideration. If Francis desires heresy, he will get heresy, no matter how many bishops have voted for or against it or made statements to that effect. Collegiality is an illusion. Also, only those hand-picked by the modernists even get to participate in the Synod.

    Hope for Stalingrad, pray for 1944, but expect just another modernist Blitzkrieg

    • The idea is that Francis will decide he will have Stalingrad, and it is not worth dying there…


    • Mundabor,
      that is indeed the idea. But as you know, in my opinion, Francis is a hardened ideologue willing to die for the ideas his master – the same one Ireland chose today – is pushing. I fervently hope I am wrong, but I am very sure that the Synod will become Stalingrad, and that Francis will try to break through the resistance. He may win or he may lose, but he will most certainly not simply retreat because he might lose prestige in the eyes of the Catholics he hates and wants to damn.

      His master knows that he cannot defeat the Church, but he can make her completely ineffective in her mission, if she abandons her teachings “pastorally” while continuing to adhere to them in theory. And the family, the very core of human society, is the most important step left on that way. (The Mass is more important, but the devil has been very successful in that area already.)

      So, for the devil, strategically, that is the hill to die on.

      I hope he does.

    • Ah, you esteem him far more than I do.
      I think he will fold like it’s France in 1940, say he never wanted to do anything of the sort, and go on blabbering about social justice.

  5. Just a side note- I think “Evil Idiot” is more accurate than “Evil Clown.” A clown is typically someone who acts more foolish than he really is. In the case of Francis, I have every reason to believe he is genuinely as stupid as his acts and words indicate. Not a big deal of course, but I thought I’d mention it. Carry on now.

    • You are right. But I think Evil Clown is a mor epowerful image, and I have found a very fitting photo to go with that.. 😉


  6. The country that gave us Martin Luther, Karl Marx, Adolph Hitler, the Holocaust, Nietzsche and the ‘Higher Scriptural Critics’ – who deny miracles and prophecy – continues to pour out its poison into the world and the Church. The intervention of a few faithful bishops won’t change much in my view, they will be isolated by their peers and probably find themselves subject to various accusations in the hope of getting them to resign.

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