Daily Archives: February 16, 2018


Haiti first. Then Philippines and Thailand in short succession. The abetting of paedophile monsters within Oxfam is already expanding with tragic, but welcome speed. Oportet ut scandala eveniant.

For those who might not be familiar with the organisation, Oxfam is basically a humanistic church allowing atheists to feel good with themselves. Hey, I'm an abortionist who does not believe in anything but his own convenience and pleasure, but to persuade myself that I am good I will donate some money to “the children in Africa”, unwittingly maintaining a monstrous army of scroungers living out of feel-good feelings. This obviously includes the young people you see in London and elsewhere, targeting the young and stupid blessedly unaware of how much of what they donate goes to feed the scroungers.

Turns out the scroungers are paedoabetters, too.

After the violence of the invective against the bimillenarian organisation of the Chuch, I now fully expect Oxfam to be utterly and completely disintegrated by this scandal. Nothing else is necessary to persuade us that the extremely violent attacks to the Church were due to sincere indignation rather than anti-Catholic animus.

Will it happen? I very much doubt it. Oxfam is that kind of rubbish perfectly in sync with the modern world.

They will do just fine, I reckon….




One Tenth Of His Faith

I saw just another documentary about a man I deeply admire.

A strong character, not given to sophisms and shades of gray. Extremely determined and with a very strong sense of duty. A military genius. A devout and loving husband. A man able to command extremedevotion and unquestioning obedience from his men. Most of all, a man of very strong faith, a faith he carried with himself not only in battle, but in every little aspect of his life.

His name was Thomas Jonathan “Stonewall” Jackson.

“Stonewall” Jackson was a Protestant.

I do not ask, today, for people among our Catholic leaders with one tenth of his discipline, courage, determination and sense of duty.

But I wonder how many of our bishops have one tenth of his faith.



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