Assessment tool of porn for any priest for any or absolutely no reason at all

Reader-reaction has been rather interesting with the publishing of Canon Law Society of Amerika and zero due process for priests, along with Cardinal Dolan ensures priests have no due process before Church or State. I’m told that not even a mere accusation is necessary to require a priest to do a psycho-sexual battery of examinations at a long-term live-in “treatment center” since the whim of the bishop or whatever chancery rat is more than enough. This really has to stop. The porno bishops and their “treatment center” henchmen and enabling canon lawyers really have to be stopped, all of them, all laicized. Sure, give these bishops and priests due process, all in public, all the details, all their hatred for God and neighbor, all their hatred of self and their hatred of their fellow priests. All the details of who supported them in Rome will come out. Great! Let’s do it.

If some damned bishop or damned cleric or someone working in their stead tried to lay his or her hands on my privates to do their plethysmography thing as mentioned so many times in the John Jay report, and then showed me their disgusting pornography, well, they wouldn’t live to tell the story. That statement might well get me laicized for putting hypothetical pressure on the hierarchy (against canon law), but, hey, someone has to call them out on behalf of priests right around these United States and right around the world. I have no fear of going to any such treatment center, for I simply would not go. And I refuse to live in fear. I expect repercussions, even welcome them for the sake of the Kingdom of God. Being laicized for such illegitimate reasons brings me no fear. The priesthood is a sacrament which lasts forever. I would rather be laicized here and be a priest in heaven than to be a priest here on earth and be damned forever in hell. I look forward to eternity. Do you? Of course, the perp bishops and chancery rats who force priests into “treatment centers” would see my protestations as risible, for obviously they don’t see sexual sin and pornography as being in any way sinful. They are disgusting.

Here’s the way it is: The same abuse of power that can rape a kid is the same abuse of power which can shift the rapist right around, which is the same abuse of power that denies anything is wrong, which is the same abuse of power which will not grant due process to priests who may well be innocent, which is the same abuse of power which would take any priest for any or no reason and have them raped at “treatment centers,” which is the same abuse of power which has it that this kind of perverted “being tough on priests” is that for which they are to be congratulated by society: It’s all the same abuse of power seen with raping a kid. It really has to stop. Things are a 1000 times worse now than in 2002 for the reason that no one sees any of this in it’s context of abuse of power, and this purposed blindness starts the whole cycle again.

Oh, and if you think this really never happens, think again. This happens all too frequently. “Treatment centers” have to have a certain percentage of clientele to stay open, right? There are way too many bishops who do this to their priests. And if you think it’s not all that serious, that it’s just stupid to think it has to be stopped. People in the porn industry die off very quickly. They are so drugged up and so beaten down and so continuously raped that they simply die. What’s the average? I think about two weeks. But that’s not serious, right? Forced Unlawful Carnal Knowledge (the acronym used in criminal court by the Brits in the days of yore) is not good and holy. And yes. It has to be said. Maranatha! Return to us, Lord Jesus!

And if saying that is not enough, I shall add again that some will surely think that such posts as this are only geared to procure the false admiratio of the naive. No no. These actually are serious matters. Priests are getting crucified. I will stand in solidarity with them. What else can I do? They belong to Jesus, who will come to judge the living and the dead and the world by fire. Amen.

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3 responses to “Assessment tool of porn for any priest for any or absolutely no reason at all

  1. James Anderson

    Yesterday you asked the laity to get involved. Outside of praying (which is very important) what can we do?

  2. Father George David Byers

    I was really aiming that at priests and priest councils and bishops for education and more. Treatment centers that ever did or still do such things often with the same superiors and personnel are to be shut down. New ones have to have different policies.

  3. Cathy

    It’s not just priests being bullied into watching pornography, now Catholic High School students are being bullied into the same scenario. Parents who demand their children be allowed to opt out are being told their decision we mean that their children will not be allowed to remain in the high school because this particular education segment is included in their theology program. http://www.churchmilitant.com/news/article/parents-distraught-over-bishops-response-to-sex-ed-program

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