Donkey genitals, stallion emission, she-camels and she-donkeys in heat, viper’s brood, vixen-bitches, white-washed tombs

Quite a number of priest-friends scattered throughout the world, at different times, in different places, appraising my blog, concluded that what I write is spot-on but that I should watch my mouth, that I should be respectful. “Great!” thought I, thinking of Jesus and John and Ezekiel and Jeremiah… who can’t be said to be disrespectful at all:

Let’s start with Ezekiel 23. That chapter is about God criticizing the political correctness of religious leaders to the ways of the world. Those in Jerusalem, male leaders all, are spoken about as being a woman lusting after handsome young men, foreigners. That woman, let’s just say, a homosexualist as the whore of the world, is described in this way:

  • “She lusted after her lovers, whose genitals were like those of donkeys and whose emission was like that of horses.”

That’s God telling the faithless religious leaders west of the Jordan river to F*** Off if that’s what they want. Yep. That’s inspired revelation about what God thinks about any one of us abandoning the faith so as to be politically correct with faithlessness. I suggest not telling the Holy Spirit that He is inappropriate, or that He’s an old meanie and ought to be a man of consensus. Read Ezekiel 23. Are you afraid? Lefties hate the Scriptures.

How about Jeremiah 2:23-26? That’s a hoot, surely about our own days:

  • “How can you say, ‘I am not defiled; I have not run after the Baals’? Look at your behavior in the valley; acknowledge what you have done. You are a swift young she-camel galloping here and there, a wild donkey at home in the wilderness, sniffing the wind in the heat of her desire. Who can restrain her passion? All who seek her need not weary themselves; in mating season they will find her. You should have kept your feet from going bare and your throat from being thirsty. But you said, ‘It is hopeless! For I love foreign gods, and I must go after them.’ As the thief is ashamed when he is caught, so the house of Israel is disgraced. They, their kings, their officials, their priests, and their prophets…”

The tradition about Jeremiah’s death was that he was stoned to death by his co-religionists. Yep. The faithless church leaders of today would say that he deserved everything he got for not being a man of consensus, and then they will turn around and read from the Book of Jeremiah at Holy Mass, congratulating themselves for building shrines to the prophets.

Do we really have to be pedantic with citation of John the Baptist and Jesus? If I have to I will. It’s all hope filled encouragement from the Greatest Prophet and the Son of the Living God for those who suffer under faithless religious leaders, after all. But surely this is enough to make some religious leaders angry enough to examine their consciences and repent from what they do to promote ____fill in the blank___ (such as experimentation, research, development, and testing on purpose-murdered babies ripped alive from the womb to rip their organs from them while still alive as so to make money on “vaccines” while murdering a large percentage of the earth’s population, etc.)

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5 responses to “Donkey genitals, stallion emission, she-camels and she-donkeys in heat, viper’s brood, vixen-bitches, white-washed tombs

  1. nancyv

    Here’s your whipcord! Go for it. Jesus did. For the love of their souls.
    (now excuse me while I wipe up the coffee I just spit out! :)

    • Monica

      Right on, Father George! Those that are telling you to take it easy are not your friends, in my opinion. Keep on writing.

  2. Dianna

    Be respectful? Sure…evil, corruption, deceit, murder, respect – no. You tell the truth Father, you call out wrong wherever you see it. I applaud you. Keep up the good “disrespect”!

  3. Joisy Goil

    I have heard it said that there is never anything new on earth – just a circular repetition of what went on before. In other words, people don’t seem to learn from the past -just keep making the same mistakes over and over.

    Certainly Jeremiah’s death is an example. The priests of today who are falsely accused, as well as those courageous enough to speak the truth and ignore the blah, blah, blah, mentality of their superiors are cast away and dismissed.

    Not exactly the same as being martyred – but emotionally and spiritually it may be even more painful – certainly harder to endure. Prayers for all those who are being tested and for those who will be judged severely – since to whom much is given much will be expected. Hail Mary….

  4. Gina Nakagawa

    Actually donkeys, stallions, she camels, vixens are morally superior to the blasphemous, self-indulgent, cruel, hate filled scum that is swirling around right now. Not that all of us at one time or another have not fallen into the cesspool, but that these folks think that they are free and superior because they toady to the demon. May God forgive us all.

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