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Well, I am just informed through the excellent Veneremur Cernui blog that, hear hear, over half of all sexual assaults in military are of a homosexual nature

That’s some busy faggot, I daresay.

Faggots now “working” in what is supposed to be the most powerful army on earth, and is rapidly emasculating itself in a way that would remind one of the Roman Empire, if the latter had ever tolerated fags among their soldiers.

Have some fun with the figures in the article (brutal number reality, not sociological analysis) and reflect on the effect the “gayness” (English: faggotry) now paving its dirty way in the US Military will have in five or ten years. Manly men will be more and more unmotivated to choose the profession, as the bitches slowly take over the shop. The homosexual culture will advance without pause, until they have “sensitivity courses” for soldiers.

Oops, I think they have…

This is going to be very bad, and very “gay”. Like the so-called Anglican priests, but without the collar.

Allow me to quote the author of the blog post.

This is insane.

Mundabor

Michael Voris, Homo Adoption And The Grand-Grandparents

Wise words from Michael Voris about adoption and why a child can’t be abused to satisfy the ego of perverts playing “normal”. It is in fact a telling sign of the times that a society completely obsessed with child abuse when it is an excuse to bash the Catholic Church doesn’t see child abuse in letting a poor little boy or girl grow up in a dysfunctional, sexually deviant environment of self-hatred and all-round bitchiness.

Then we wonder in disbelief how it could be that in the Eighties attraction for children was considered by so many – and so many progressive priests, it must be said, and homos, it must also be said – a minor problem, easily curable with appropriate attention and perhaps not even to be taken so seriously: because it was politically correct to think that way, that’s why.

A most interesting observation, particularly pleasing because a favourite leitmotiv of your humble correspondent, is the comparison with the past: your grand-grandmother would have considered you simply mad at being told that it is normal that two perverts can adopt a child. She would stand in the company of countless generations before her. And she would be, of course, perfectly right.

Allow me to stress a concept once again: we have come to this situation because the western societies – never opposed by a cowardly clergy – have stopped making of sexual perversion a taboo. If a generation begins to think that sodomy is not an abomination, the next one will think that there’s nothing wrong with that, and the following one that therefore there’s no reason to deny to the perverts the rights that normal people have.

And then, the entire way must be walked back, to the origin of sanity and Christian decency: why must sodomites not be allowed to adopt children? Because Sodomy is an abomination. And why is it an abomination? Because Seven thousand years of Judeo-Christian Tradition say so. And why should we follow these rules? Because we are Christians, and want to attain salvation. And why should we impose these rules to everyone, even non-believers? Because this is what Christianity commands us to do . And is this not intolerant? No, this is Christian. There can be no toleration for public display of perversion. And who are we to “judge” other people’s lifestyle? Christians. But this is homophobic! No, it’s Christian.

For two thousand years, Christians have never doubted how a Christian society must be built. We are the first generation concerned with allowing the maximum number of people to go to hell, and with making of Christian values an option and a private hobby. In the past, even countries which had state and church separated would never dream of having Christian values as merely a choice. The United Stated even wrote their faith in the banknotes, and outlawed polygamy. In anti-Catholic liberal Italy, blasphemy was a criminal offence and the Pope enjoyed a protection equalled only by the King. No one would have ever dreamt of allowing homosexual “marriage”, let alone homosexual adoption. Christianity was simply understood as the matrix of moral values.

I could go on, but you get the gist: there will no successful fight against all these novelties unless we recover our Christian moral dimension and start calling them by their proper name: abominations. It is perfectly foolish to think that you can take the stigma away from homosexuality without having, one day, homosexual “couples” asking for some sort of recognition; and at that point, where will it end, your grand-grandfather would have laughingly asked: with perverts marrying? And adopting children?

Two or three generations later, we know the answer.

But you see, your grand-grandfather would never have made such a mistake. He was not afraid of words. He called a pervert a pervert. He knew that there are lines that are never crossed, because when you begin to cross them there’s no end to the havoc they’ll cause. You don’t allow the devil to make himself comfortable in your house entrance because he has told you that it’s cold outside. If you do, he’ll take the entire house, and then it will take so much more energy to kick him out.

This is where we are now. The battle against homosexual adoption must start from the battle against sexual perversion. There can be no compromise in that. We have seen the results.

Our grand-grandfathers were utterly right; and the idiots are we, politically correct wimps not willing to offend anyone and making of “diversity” our new God.

Mundabor

A Shamelessly Triumphalistic Call To Arms

We live, as you all know, in “strange and disturbing times”. Christianity is challenged all over the West and whilst in the United States the fight to take back our Christian values already rages, in old and tired Europe the attitude is rather one of resignation, ignorance, and apathy. This has in part to do with the demographics (every European travelling to a big city in the United States would, I think, soon notice the difference;  it is like being in a small European university city like Cambridge, or Tuebingen), but in greater measure with the fact that whilst in the United States the religious feeling has continued to play a big part in people’s daily lives, in Europe it has been allowed (not least, by the Catholic clergy) to be considered like a beautiful piece of art you put on a shelf and look at, with mild satisfaction, every now and then.

Moreover, at times it seems that everything is going from bad to worse. With the abortion industry now surpassing Hitler’s wildest dreams of extermination and Nazi thinking now spreading all over Europe in other matters – you know how the 1939 German Euthanasia law called it? Gnadentod, which means “merciful death” or “death out of mercy”. Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose…. – we are now confronted with repeated calls for euthanasia laws (out of mercy, of course; like old Adolf did…) and, it goes without saying, with a delirious fashion for the toleration of everything that is sexually deviant, provided that the “no rules rule” is applied to everyone else.

My comment box – and not only mine – is, as a result, at times used to post comments reflecting this atmosphere; comments in which resignation, desperation, expectation of the worse, or even a clear “end of the world”  mood is reflected.  This is not only bad for the individual concerned – provided the individual concerned doesn’t draw a strange pleasure from being a prophet of misfortune; which I sometimes suspect – but, more relevantly, it is bad for the cause. Therefore, your humble correspondent wants to try to give a different – nay, the opposite – perspective.

1. If you think that we live in exceptionally difficult times, think again. Only in the last century, Nazism and Communism have done their worst to obliterate Christianity. Not only entire countries, but half the European continent have contracted a cancerous disease which took decades to eradicate. Countless priests and laymen have been persecuted, thrown in re-education camps, died tormented by their torturers and forgotten by the world. More than 2500 priests landed only in Dachau, the concentration camp in Germany, and more than 1000 never returned.
Do you want an “end of the world”-feeling? Try France during the Terror.

Mind, those times could come back sooner than you think if we allow the liberal terror regime to set foot in Christian countries. But we are not there. By far not.

2. Empires have crushed. The Church has remained. The Church has a promise of indefectibility. It will never, ever go down. Yes, Christianity might be completely wiped out in your country, but no one will ever succeed in wiping out Christianity. No Country, no Empire, no army can say the same. The alleged thousand-years Reich literally went down in flames in twelve years, and even Communism’s great moment in history was no longer than the Kingdom of Jerusalem’s. Nothing that is made by man escapes this rule of rise and fall; not the extremely mighty (but rather short-lived) Assyrian empire, not the British Raj, not even the greatest of all political wonders ever devised, the Roman Empire. The Church, and only the Church, will always stand, in the middle of crushing worlds, seeing Empires become dust. Therefore, don’t be upset when the friends of abortion, euthanasia or sexual deviancy squeak their little slogans. The rat trap awaits them already. They are like little hamsters thinking that by desperately running in their little stupid wheel they will change human nature, or defeat Christianity. Fools.

3. There was no age without fight. A golden age in which Christianity wasn’t challenged has, in fact, never existed. Even in times which seem now to us dominated by an iron Christian orthodoxy, challenges were everywhere; the only difference is that in past times the defence of Christian values was taken seriously, whereas today there are people, even among the clergy, ashamed of what once was considered “sacred” (yes: the Inquisition!). From the Cathars to the Hussites, from the Lollards to the Waldensians, heresies were present – and were a real threat – even in those most Christian of times. There’s no age without fight, or without dangers. Christ came with a sword, not with a cocktail. Similarly, there has been almost no age without its own prophets of misfortune, and its own army of people thinking that the end must be near because things are oh so very bad…… Call me cynic, but to me “the end is near” is on the same plane as “we are soon going to run out of oil” and “the weather ain’t what it used to be”.

4. Things do change for the better. It is a legend that once something has been corrupted, there is no way back. In fact, the pendulum always swings, given time, the other way. The French Revolution wanted to wipe out Catholicism from France, but after just a few years Napoleon was allowing her to rebuild her structures again. The once ferociously persecuted Catholic Church has now millions of followers in the United Kingdom. Poland and Hungary, once prey of the communist beast, are now so Christian that they can be of example for every other country on the planet. The very worldy eighteen century was followed by the beautifully spiritual nineteen century, the corruption of the Church during the early Sixteen century was the starting point for the beautiful, energetic Counter-Reformation. The examples are endless. Things do get reversed.

5. It is our duty to fight the good fight. Instead of moaning for the last initiative of the cretins most recently blinded by Satan, reflect that this is one of the ways our generation – like every generation before us – has been given to escape Hell and, one day, merit Heaven. Be a brave soldier. Know that in the end your side will be victorious; not in your lifetime perhaps, not in your country perhaps; but victorious nevertheless. No soldier, no Communist party officer, no Pol Pot follower ever had such a solid reassurance of this as you do. Bask in this feeling, and draw energy by it. By all the anger that the enemies of Christianity cause to you – I know something of that, being of unhealthily emotional nature even for the Italian standard myself – never lose sight of the big picture. We must get rid of this effeminate mentality by which we get persecuted and react by showing how very meek we are, all the while basking in our cowardice and calling our submission to the pagans and infidels “Christian”. Submission, my aunt. Take the sword that Christ offers you, and fight the good fight. With your relatives, with your friends, with your colleagues, don’t be tired of defending our values; is this not what perverts, post-nazis and now even atheists do all the time? Be prudent, but be clear. Carry your faith written in your forehead, and show it with visible signs of devotion. Even little things count; no sign of the cross made when you walk past a church goes unnoticed; seldom by passers-by, and never by the Blessed Virgin. Look at how great saints like St Francis and Padre Pio were extremely meek in their interior attitude, but at all times tireless warriors of the faith.

et ego dico tibi quia tu es Petrus et super hanc petram aedificabo ecclesiam meam et portae inferi non praevalebunt adversum eam

And I say to thee: That thou art Peter; and upon this rock I will build my church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.

Don’t be a pussycat. Be a brave Christian.

Mundabor

A Sheep in Sheep’s clothing: Archbishop Vincent Nichols

Spot the error.

Some of you might remember a Michael Voris video posted some weeks ago about two bishops rebuking one of their own priests, one for being a heretic and the other for being a … Catholic.

The same has happened now in England, where none less than the Homo Mass Supremo, Archbishop Vincent Nichols, has distanced himself from declarations made from Mr. Edmund Adamus, one of his own aides.

Let us see the content of Mr. Adamus’ declarations:

1) “Gay rights”  and the commercialisation of sex have turned Britain into a “selfish, hedonistic wasteland” and “the geopolitical epicentre of the culture of death”

Fair enough, says I. As far as the hedonism is concerned, this is actually the same stuff people like Nichols go around saying all the time, though they’d never dare to say it in a way that offends perverts. What is different here is that whilst Archbishop Nichols and his ilk always formulate their criticisms in a way that makes clear that they do not want to pick a fight with anyone and are perfectly happy with not being heard, Adamus actually cares for Catholic values and for human life and therefore expresses himself with great charity. It is not surprising that this charity be not liked by Nichols. Archbishop Nichols does niceness a lot, but charity is not one of his strenghts.

2) There is an “aggressive anti-Catholic bias towards the church and the pontiff”

In general, this is as clear as the sun and everyone with a bit of understanding can easily realise that the English Bishops not only don’t do anything to counter the bias, but are rather happy to leave the Pontiff alone when the rabid feminists and homo groups at the BBC and elsewhere fire from all cannons. It is rather fair to say that large sectors of the Catholic hierarchy look with pleasure at criticisms to the Pope, seen as an ally of the traditionalists/conservatives.

As to the matter itself, I’d say the bias in the country is primarily anti-Christian rather than specifically anti-Catholic. The attacks against the Catholic Church are particularly virulent because the Catholic Church still has a much better grip on his faithful than the Anglicans & Co. and because the forces of secularism clearly recognise in Her the biggest enemy. Therefore whatever anti-Catholicism there is, is in my eyes rather a reflection of Catholics being Christians than – as in the past – of their being Catholic. The Anglicans themselves are able to largely escape criticism because they largely shun Christian values.

3) He urges Catholics to “exhibit counter-cultural signals against the selfish, hedonistic wasteland”

Please help me because I am lost here. To spread such a message should be the job of the bishops from the Angelus in the morning to the Compline in the evening and in every moment in between. This is the reason Mr. Nichols’ exalted (and, let us not forget, rather privileged) job exists in the first place. This is what the English clergy should be shouting from the pulpits Sunday in and Sunday out. Unless I am missing something and the Church’s task is not to upset the world. Or where does the Archbishop thinks abortions, broken families and neglected children come from?

Still, we are informed from a spokesman of the Archbishop that Adamus’ comments “do not reflect his opinion”. From a sponsor of homo masses, one is not surprised at all.

If we want to fight against the culture of death and of sexual perversion, a good start would be to have bishops who are truly Catholic and truly charitable instead of being cowardly “diplomatic” and relentlessly “nice” as the present Archbishop of Westminster.

Mundabor

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