Daily Archives: November 19, 2016
Dubia: What (I Think) Happens Next
If the past is any guidance for the future, one can make some pretty reasonable assumption as to what happens next: official silence, unofficial bitching, covert intimidation, and FrancisPropaganda from the papal (homo) entourage.
Remember what happened after the first synod: there was no official, worded challenge to the bishops who had revolted against the heretical mid-way document (the infamous Relatio post disceptationem). However, the Evil Clown went on and on for months, bashing the doctors of the law etc, and leaving no doubt as t whom he was meaning. This is the official silence and unofficial bitching part.
But Francis also stated, in his final speech, that the bishops now had one year time to, more or less, change their mind. That was the beginning of the covert intimidation that has been going on since. Finally, the Evil Clown unleashed a number of more or less perverted followers on a Twitter and interview campaign.
I think the pattern will now be repeated. Expect the Evil Clown to unleash his oversized Inner Bitch in almost every off-the-cuff rant, out of sheer anger that some of his Cardinals refuse to follow the Communist Party line. However, I expect no “yes or no” answer to the Dubia: it will be either silence or FrancisWaffle with the statement that well, that's the answer, and do with that what you want.
In the meantime, horrible things will be promised to the bishops and cardinals who are suspected of Catholicism, like for example withdrawal of promotions, transfer or (horrible dictu!) even demotion. I trust this will be enough to scare most of them, and possibly all of them.
However, it could go the other way: more and more bishops and cardinals find on eBay little-used backbones and male genitals and, after much trembling, click “buy it now”; after which they finally decide to start doing their job and Make the Vatican Great Again.
Not very likely, but you never know.
We live in strange, disturbing, but on occasion extremely exhilarating times.
Miracle: Pope Francis Gets It Right!
The pope said that when it comes to putting up with annoying people, one must remember how many times others have endured their own annoying habits.
I know, this is clearly a slap in the face of the Four Cardinals. Another petty move of a very petty man.
But I wonder if there is one single Catholic who is not thinking of all the times in which Francis has abused the patience of the flock he hates.
Dubia: Sign The Petition Asking Francis To Do His Job!
LifeSiteNews has posted a petition of support to the Cardinals asking Francis to answer the dubia.
This is another of the tragicomic aspects of these days: faithful having to ask Francis to do his darn job and confirm the faithful in the faith.
You might say: it’s a useless petition, because he will do what he likes anyway.
My answer would be: it’s a useful petition, because he exposes Francis and keeps the attention on the dubia and the situation of, in fact, suspended heresy declaration for Amoris Laetitia.
I invite you to have fun and sign the petition. Contribute with you little, honest nail to the coffin of this disgraceful Pontificate.
Francis work and legacy do not deserve any (ahem) mercy. This pontificate must be nuked. Nothing must remain of it that a faithful Catholic would even remotely consider. You can give your little contribution to the post-Francis reconstruction whilst the man is still breathing.
Please consider signing the petition.
Get Your Popcorn Ready: New Apostolic Letter About To Be Inflicted On The Faithful!
The Evil Clown, aka Pope Francis, will release a new Apostolic Letter on Monday, titled Misericordia et Misera.
Let us reflect on how the Dubia letter changed the game. This is now not a Pope about to unload another truck of manure on the faithful. On the contrary, what we have here is a Pope officially under scrutiny by his own Cardinals for all the world to see, and obviously suspected of heresy.
This document will, however long, be dissected and analysed not in view of the “novelty” of Francis’ so-called “merciful” approach, but exactly in light of the now published dubia, and with a view of finding whether other controversies might be engendered by the document.Your average secular journalist covering the Letter will not (stupidly) ask himself, “how will Francis evolve Church doctrine?”. No, they will all ask themselves: “is Pope Francis about to be declared a heretic?”.
I truly hope that, the situation now having come to a head (of sort), any Catholic Cardinal will not wait five months and additional papal letters before challenging the content of this new product of Francis’ perverted, anti-Catholic, socialist mind.
And before anyone asks me why I criticise the document before I have even read it, let me say that the fruit does not fall far from the tree, and this particular tree is so poisonous that anyone who has hopes about its fruits is either incurably naive or very, very disingenuous.
The question here is not whether the document will be good. It is about the degree of bad Francis will be ready to allow himself in light of the recent events.
Take heed, Evil Clown.
You can ride for a long time…
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