More Clear Words From Catholic Bloggers

And it came to pass the Evil Clown really angered the Bear (you should, as we all know, never anger a bear), and the latter called him “a malignant buffoon”. 

I do not know if this is the first time this excellent Bear becomes so angry, but if memory serves it is the first time I read him doing so.

It is good that the laity speaks frankly and tells it like it is, because priests cannot be expected to call the Pope “a malignant buffoon”; though I am absolutely sure very many think every bit of it, and worse (that is: better for their own soul).

It is for us, the Catholic laity, to warn in very clear terms the uneducated, often confused sheep about the scale of the evil unfolding under our very eyes. Every time a comment like the one above appears in a blog, many read it and start to seriously think, or are at least cured from their ignorant preconception about the Pope who must perforce be a saintly man.

Well done, that bear! Well done, all you bloggers and commenters out there who look at reality in the face and just tell it like it is! 

“Malignant Buffoon”.

I like that.




Posted on May 20, 2016, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Being mentioned in dispatches. Reminds the Bear of his small part in fighting the Pashtuns of the “Mad Mullah” in the company of young Winston Churchill. Churchill actually wrote a book about the Bear, but they wouldn’t let him publish it. Thank you.

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