Daily Archives: July 1, 2017

CDF: Francis Officially In Full Maduro Mode

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“Yes! I am THAT stupid!” 

 

The Evil Clown has appointed a Jesuit who believes that everyone will be saved as the new head of the CDF. 

Can’t say I am sad. Actually, I was hoping for a bomb like this one. 

Whilst some among the lesser endowed in the cerebral department might have believed that if Mueller is fine with Francis’ heresies, perhaps we shouldn’t worry too much after all, anyone who shows any kind of belief in this heretical tool will be able to be insulted without any hesitation; nay, he will out himself as a heretic with his very words.

Francis is now in full Maduro Mode. Once again, his stupidity has prevailed over whatever prudence has remained. He will stage such a spectacular road crash that any element of doubt will be forever removed from the mind of everyone who is not an obdurate enemy of Christ, or a heathen choosing to believe in a novel religion because it is easier for him than to defend Christ.

Also importantly, the Curia will lose face to such an extent that it will become more and more difficult for the SSPX to talk “reconciliation”. Mueller might still have been seen as an halfway acceptable partner. This one will have the SSPX delegates vomiting at his mere sight.  

This is a Jesuit double-whammy. Who, with a brain in his head, will ever trust them? 

Can’t wait for the two idiots’ next works:

Fornicationis Laetitia

Sodomitici Connubii

Ecclesiam Diaboli 

& Co., & Co. 

Thank you, Lord, for making everyone’s discernment so easy. 

Remember, folks: oportet ut scandala eveniant. It is much better for sincere Catholics that this bubo explodes and forces everyone to confront its stink, than to have it growing and growing as the weak and stupid try to persuade themselves it is nothing so bad after all. 

M

 

 

 

 

 

Cardinal Pell: Meet The Drunkard & The Junkie Accusing Him.

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His legacy is alive and well in Australia

 

One really couldn’t make it up.

The accusers of Cardinal Pell are:

Accuser one: drug addict; knows jail from the inside (clue: not as a guard) for a violent, drug-related crime; appears to accuse people of having molested him as a profession.

Accuser two: alcoholic; criminal record; broke; appears to accuse people of having mistreated him as a profession.

Both accuser say the “crime” happened in the late Seventies, and consisted in “inappropriate touching”.

Say the criminal drug addict and the criminal alcoholic.

From the linked article:

Australian law enforcement is claiming that Pell’s case is being treated like any other historical offense. No, it isn’t. Police do not give a rip about someone coming forward to claim someone touched them over their bathing suit 40 years ago. But this is a Catholic priest, and a high-ranking one at that. This is a big fish in the eyes of law enforcement.

Could not agree more. 

The question now is this: does the obvious anti-clericalism of the Australian public and justice system arrive to the point of doing all they can to obtain the conviction of Pell? I would say “no”, but I wouldn’t be so sure.

A system that allows no statute of limitation for the accusation in questions, and which mounts a trial on the word of two criminal addicts and obviously desperate idiots, can do everything and anything.

M      

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