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Senator Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) on Cordileone banning Pelosi from Holy Communion

You always wanna give people the benefit of the doubt inasmuch as you can, so that just possibly there’s a 0.000000001% chance of whomsoever being open to conversion. We gotta have the hope that we can maybe work with people in this world.

Take Senator Dick Durbin (D-Ill) as an example. When asked about pro-aborts protesting outside of SCOTUS Justices’ and elected officials’ family homes he had this to say:

  • “I think it’s reprehensible. Stay away from homes and families of elected officials and members of the court. You can express yourself, exercise your First Amendment rights, but to go after them at their homes, to do anything of a threatening nature, certainly anything violent, is absolutely reprehensible.”

Wow. So very different from Nancy Pelosi on this point. With the glee of the DOJ and DHS, Nancy seems to encourage, you know, that which is “mostly peaceful.” So, with Durbin it seems there might be a conscience hiding in there somewhere. Yet he also is an ultra-pro-abort and way back in 2004 was himself reprimanded about reception of Holy Communion. So, in defending Pelosi over against her San Francisco Archbishop Cordileone, he’s kinda using her as a proxy to defend himself. Which means it’s bothering him, still.

  • “The decision of the Catholic bishops and the treatment of pro-choice Catholics is different in dioceses by dioceses.”

Great point. But I’d like to think that he’s smart enough to know that bishops can be total idiots just like all the rest of us, and that we shouldn’t look so much to them for any consistent teaching but rather to Sacred Scripture, Sacred Tradition and the authentic interventions of the Magisterium throughout the ages. That teaching is crystal clear: abortion murders innocent human beings, the least of the brethren, about whom Jesus said, What you’ve done to the least of these, you’ve done to me.

  • “As a policy, they [the bishops] were poised to act for the entire nation, but then withdrew that decision.”

Yep. Good point. That’s also true. The bishops as a group are total cowards and greedy as hell, not wanting to offend the powers that be to the end that the bishops conference continues to receive truly ungodly amounts of government money to redistribute to, say, abortionists and marxists and LGBTQI+ “ministries” world-wide, you know, so that they can legally skim mountains of money off the top to finance their USCCB operations. All legal, however terribly immoral. Durbin’s point is that the bishops don’t give a damn about whether or not someone is damning themselves by going to Holy Communion unworthily, so it must not be something to worry about. For Dubin, that’s the teaching of the bishops, and… that is the teaching of the bishops (though not the teaching of Jesus, not the teaching of the Church).

  • “I still believe that the authorities in the church believe we have issues that can only be decided by our own conscience, and not by some bishop’s conscience.”

Well, that’s stating it wrongly. Surely he does get the impression that the bishops hold that there is no such thing as consistent doctrine and consistent morality. We already know that so many of our bishops are out and out anti-Catholic, you know, like Judas. Nothing new there. But Durbin is wrong to say that the argument is on the level of some bishop’s conscience and that all bishops are different and therefore it’s all up in the air. It never was on the level of any individual bishop. Catholic doctrine and Catholic morality is never up to the conscience of some individual bishop. No.

Bishops are to serve the absolute Living Truth, the unmanipulatable Son of the Living God, who is Love, and who said, “If you love me, keep the commandments.” Bishops can’t dispense from Truth or Morality. Bishops cannot dispense people from loving Jesus. The bishop of Rome cannot legitimately proclaim that the commandments are not absolute. The bishop of Rome isn’t God and cannot change the truth. But neither can God change the truth. God is Living Truth. We prove we’re not God by claiming we can change doctrine and morality.

I’m guessing Durbin is making a thing of all this, assisting the bishops by showing them how idiotic they are, because deep down, perhaps unbeknownst to himself, he wants the bishops, for once in his life, for once in their lives, to take the sheep of the Lord’s Little Flock as deadly seriously as Jesus took us deadly seriously. Durbin just wants to be taken deadly seriously. And that means just what it says, deadly seriously:

  • “And I think that is fundamentally unfair. I don’t think anyone should be judged in that matter [of supporting abortion].”

But the Lord will come to judge the living and dead and world by fire. He was Himself in the womb of His blessed Mother for nine months. He doesn’t take kindly regarding the murder of the least of the brethren whom He Himself has redeemed.

To the point: while it is true that Canon 915 of the Code of Canon Law has it that people “obstinately persevering in manifest grave sin are not to be admitted to Holy Communion,” I believe that it is also true, a fortiori, that those bishops who scandalize people into continuing their manifest grave sin, even if Cardinals, are themselves to be removed from active ministry and dismissed from the clerical state. I think of Archbishop Cordileone on the one hand and, quite opposite, Cardinal Wilton Daniel Gregory on the other hand.

Dear Dick Durbin, I realize that you may well think that you or Nancy et alii cannot go to Confession even if you were fully repentant and want to go to heaven and not to hell because, first of all, you are having a difficult time in finding a priest who upholds the constant teaching of Sacred Scripture, Sacred Tradition and the authentic interventions of the Magisterium throughout the centuries.

But I’ll hear your Confessions. You know the drill. You have to make a public repudiation of manifest public obstinate grave sin. I’m in good standing in my diocese which grants very full faculties for the absolution of sin. Also, I’m a Missionary of Mercy of Pope Francis. I can lift many undeclared excommunications and absolve many “reserved” grave sins. I’ll give you a do-able penance. Don’t risk going to hell. Go to heaven. May such blessings come upon you.

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SCOTUS schedule not leaked

https://www.supremecourt.gov/

That note was put up on Monday May 16. Today, May 17, Tuesday, that note looks like this:

There are no “issuance days” scheduled for more than a year into the future.

Of course, saying nothing forever is also a decision into which they would have been bullied, thus nullifying the Supreme Court, nullifying Tri-partite government, ending the Constitution and the rule of law, with zero chance for justice, nullifying these USA.

I doubt the Justices will let this silence stand for long. It could be that they will wait until the result of the investigation into who the leaker is and why they did what they did, and for whom. That would make great sense. Some of the Justices are really quite upset.

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“We have no king but Xi Jinping”

The Vatican-China deal stands in stark contrast to the papacy of Saint John Paul II who boldly confronted communism in Western Europe. He is widely believed today to have been an essential force in the collapse of the Soviet Union. Sticking my own neck out perhaps a bit too far, I can only conclude that the concordat signed by Pope Francis is reminiscent of the Chief Priest’s response to Pilate (John 19:15), “We have no king but Xi Jinping.”

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/chinese-communist-imprisonment-cardinal-joseph-zen-gordon-j-macrae/

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Gun control, cartels, kickbacks, death… and Catholic Charities

It’s been my contention for many years that, say, the reason why Chicago, dumping ground of deadly drugs for, say, the Sinaloa cartel, has some of the most restrictive gun control anywhere ever, is that the politicos are given massive kickbacks from the sale of deadly drugs to the effect that law abiding cititizens are not allowed to protect themselves with their 2nd amendment God-given rights, but those on the street who sell the drugs, even if ultra-felons, even if arrested, are simply let go so that they continue their sell of deadly drugs as accompanied by untold numbers of murders. Follow the money.

Gun control only hurts citizens in good standing. Thugs and buffoons assisting the cartels love gun control, because they are not controlled by it. This is all proven exhaustively, comprehensively, repeatedly, year after year, decade after decade, century after century, millennium after millennium. Everyone knows it, including, say, the Department of Justice, including, say, INL in the Department of State, including, say, the Department of Homeland Security.

Oh. I forgot. The Disinformation Governance Board of DHS will deny everything written in this post and force shadow banning on any such opinions. They’ll say it’s a grey area. As I’ve always said, when anyone claims “grey,” a river of red blood is shed.

The FBI? Easy peasy. They’re good at following the money. They know who’s who:

But I hate to point fingers. That’s not fair.

You know whose policies are also helping cartels with drugs and human trafficking and sex trafficking, hurting these U.S.A.? Catholic Charities. Let’s see… remember this video?

I got a response about that video from Catholic Charities. The response was a mishmash of ambiguity about being happy to follow the direction of the bishops in these USA. So, a non-response. Whatrya gonna do, Father Byers, take away the 501(c)3 of Catholic Charities? ;-)

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Shadow banning and porn, flip-sides of the same coin that buys one’s own cancellation

The problem with shadow banning is that it trains techies to make abstractions out of real people, kinda like porn, where a real person, ever so complex and “evolving” as they say, is “objectified”, so that such a person is not longer a subject but merely now an object to be manipulated:

The one banning real people or the one creating the algorithm bot that trashes real people might well think he has all the tools at hand to deal the death of cancelling others, thinking he has everyone figured out with his prestidigitations of person-targeting-gaming-theory, not realizing that they are the ones being reduced to less than nothing by such attacks on what were once considered fellow human beings, not realizing that they are the ones being played by their own higher-ups in the tech industry, who are themselves being played by the money that thinks it can buy the commodity of power-cut-off-from-justice and service.

And all this, of course, cancels everyone. Not that those doing the cancelling care as long as they get a few bucks to survive from day to day as society goes down, taking everyone including the cancellers with it.

And that’s how porn works. There’s the abstraction, the objectification, the cancelation, and the reduction of self to less than nothing, wrecking the entirety of society.

Interesting how the largest tech companies are simultaneously the largest purveyors of both porn and the cancellation of their fellow human beings.

Oh! Wait! Let’s take into consideration the Disinformation Governance Board, that advisory board of the United States Department of Homeland Security. That’s why I’m being shadow-banned.

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Nepotism comes to Andrews

  • STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA – NC Office of Human Resources » Policies » Selection of Applicants /// All agencies shall select from the pool of the most qualified persons to fill vacant positions. Employment shall be offered based upon the job-related qualifications of applicants for employment using fair and valid selection criteria and not on political affiliation or political influence. Nepotism is not permitted. The selection of applicants for vacant positions shall be based upon a relative consideration of their qualifications for the position to be filled. Using fair and valid selection criteria, the agency shall review the credentials of each applicant and determine who possesses the minimum qualifications. From those applicants who meet the minimum qualifications, a pool of the most qualified candidates shall be identified. The pool of the most qualified candidates shall be those individuals determined to be substantially more qualified than other applicants. The individual selected for the position must be chosen from the pool of the most qualified applicants. Selection procedures and methods shall be validly related to the duties and responsibilities of the vacancy to be filled.
  • CHEROKEE COUNTY PERSONNEL POLICIES AND PROCEDURES – CHAPTER 6. CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT – Section 5. Limitation on Employment of Relatives = 1. No two members of an immediate family shall be employed within the same department without approval of the County Manager. Under no circumstances will an employee be supervised by one of their immediate family members or work on the same crew with an immediate family member. 2. The term “immediate family” means an employee’s wife, husband, mother, father, guardian, son, daughter, brother, sister, grandchild, and grandparent, as well as the various combinations of half, step, in-law, and adopted relationships that can be derived from those family members named herein.
  • TOWN OF ANDREWS PERSONNEL POLICIES – On 19 April 2022 town aldermen voted 3-1 to trash anti-nepotism policy.

My comment: The Parks and Recreation Department and the Police Department have already taken advantage of the anti-anti-nepotism rule, with the head of each department hiring their sons. My comment on this is that I have no comment. This post is simply for the record. I’m just reporting the facts.

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Ruth Sent Us promises to burn Eucharist. Communion in the hand no longer.

The statement “We’ll be burning the Eucharist” (their capitalization) shows that this is likely a Catholic who had numerous abortions. Too sad, that.

Communion in the Hand no longer

In my diocese the policy is that people have the option to receive Holy Communion in the hand. However:

  • At the Spanish Vigil Mass everyone receives on the tongue, kneeling, always.
  • At any TLM Mass it’s an absolute law enforced by the Holy See, also in times of Covid, that Holy Communion must be received only on the tongue. We follow the law.
  • There are also a number of English Masses at which most all receive on the tongue. Those who receive in the hand thus number between one and three people per week. That’s it. But…

Whatever about pro-Communion in the hand policy in any (arch)diocesan policy in any given place, the superceding duty of a priest in the universal law of Holy Mother Church is to protect the Most Blessed Sacrament from danger of desecration. After all, this is the Lord God, Christ Jesus, Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity who is the Most Blessed Sacrament. Therefore, we will no longer be providing Communion in the hand. At this time in history it is simply too dangerous. Period.

But I doubt that the statement about burning the Eucharist mostly regards stealing the Blessed Sacrament at Communion time and making videos in church of burning the Sacred Host with a Bic Lighter. It’s more likely that they’re referring their Molotov cocktails thrown on the altar during Mass, thrown at the tabernacle. After all, bigger flames means more hits on the internet. Just think: eternity in hell for a few internet hits. Sad, that.

As a priest, I love that Jesus would have me act in His Person (in Persona Christi) when reciting His wedding vows with His Bride the Church with the Consecrations at the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, this is my body given up for you in Sacrifice, my blood poured out for you in Sacrifice. His standing in our place, the Innocent for the guilty, taking on the death we deserve for original sin and our own rubbish is how He has the right in His own justice to have mercy on us: “Father! Forgive them!” And then, to provide the Most Blessed Sacrament to pious followers of Jesus at Holy Mass… I’m in heaven, so happy, and so are the communicants with their bright and beaming faces.

I would hate to cancel Communion for the faithful altogether during Holy Mass because of some monstrous shriekers crashing in and blocking the free exercise of religion. Ruth Sent Us is trespassed from the property. They have no free speech rights on our private property. I’m just not going to permit desecration of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Not on my watch. Ain’t gonna happen.

Jesus is the Head of the Body, we are the members of that Body of Christ. Jesus, who was Himself an unborn baby for nine months in the womb of His dear Immaculate Mother, doesn’t take kindly to the least of the brethren being ripped to shreds, melted with saline solution, vacuumed with cutting machines, decapitated, stabbed, dismembered. Jesus isn’t happy with this even when it’s done for medical research. Do you hear that, you murderous bishops who do anything Satan, Joe Biden and Fauci tell you to do for “vaccines”? Do you bishops think you can point the finger at Ruth Sent Us? You yourselves set up the culture for them to do that. If you have zero respect for babies in the womb you have zero respect for Jesus in the Most Blessed Sacrament. That’s how it works. Ruth Sent Us made that connection. It seems they have more faith than you. But they are following you.

We must get back to Jesus. That’s the last thing so many of the bishops want to do. More on that in another post about the Synod on Synodality, the Synod on Dialogue. It’s worse than I thought.

And by the way, where’s Pope Francis in all of this? I’ll tell you where he is. He’s meeting with the liturgical terrorists who support Traditionis custodes, telling them that there are terrible people out there who use the liturgy for division by supporting or not supporting, you know, like, stuff, and, you know… stuff, never naming anything one way or another, just brow beating… who… for what…? That’s impressive! Stuff! And, like…. stuff! Meanwhile, babies in the womb are attacked, Catholic churches are attacked, the Most Blessed Sacrament is attacked.

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Pro-abortion violence at Catholic churches on Mothers Day 2022: You ready?

“Christian denomination”? That would be the Catholic Church founded by Christ Jesus, Son of the Living God, with something like 1.4 billion members. We’re The Church, not just some denomination, nor just a particular back-creek congregation.

All Catholic parishes in these USA, many tens of thousands of churches, are put on notice that they may be subjected to hate crimes wrought by pro-abortion hate groups in their protests against the possible SCOTUS decision overturning Roe v Wade of 1973, which would then kick legislation on abortion back to the voters of the various States. The hate crimes are threatened to happen this weekend, May 7 and 8, at the Mothers Day weekend Masses. It would be prudent to jack up situational awareness. Incidents are likely to take place anywhere that the most publicity can be had, whether that’s a cathedral or the tiniest parish in North America. Terrorism always wants to say that it can happen to you, wherever you are.

Catholic churches are private property. No one has a public, entitled “right” to be there. Anyone can be trespassed. Anyone causing real violence may be subject to receiving proportionate force to stop their violence, to stop the threat of already being delivered violence that threatens life or severe bodily compromise. But don’t escalate anything, ever, for any reason. That’s what they want. Don’t do it. You do what they do when it comes to them crossing the line of violence, meaning, as THE rule of engagement, don’t be proactive, be reactive: If a baby is smashed to the floor you take the perp(s) to the floor with only enough force as is necessary. You call 911 first. You video everything from the beginning. But I digress with that which needs a separate post. Let’s continue:

Antifa and BLM, not (yet) pegged with a domestic terrorist appellative, will be assisting groups “honoring” deceased super-abortion-maniac Ruth Bader Ginsburg by terrorizing an entire class of people (tens of millions of Catholics), perhaps with real violence, the smashing of statues, the breaking of windows, the usual spray-painting, perhaps pepper spraying, throwing of acid, sucker-punches, stabbing, gunfire, Molotov cocktails, arson, looting… you know, the usual “mostly peaceful protests” specifically with the intention of forcing the government into a political change. This is the very definition of domestic terrorism.

Bill Donohue of the Catholic League notes how idiotic are these protests against the SCOTUS, for while RBG “was an abortion-rights advocate, she also made it clear that the decision to legalize abortion should not have been made by the Supreme Court – it was up to lawmakers to render such a ruling. Moreover, she was never one to promote violence, never mind counsel a Nazi-like attack disrupting Mass.”

Bill Donohue stops short of the domestic terrorism description, for now, but does promise to “press the authorities to prosecute any attack on a Catholic Church as a hate crime.” We’ll see what happens.

Bill is right to say that “if President Biden does not address this issue, he is aiding and abetting anti-Catholicism.” I wish he would also denounce various ecclesiastics who do not pastorally correct Joe Biden to the scandal of the entire world.

Anyway, Bill continues on to say that “these thugs need to be stopped in their tracks.” I don’t know what Bill means by that, perhaps he means legally, even months and years down the line. I don’t know.

But that brings up the question of stopping violence:

  • What about thugs needing to be stopped while they are throwing the little babies of our parish down and smashing their brains out all over the floor?
  • What about thugs needing to be stopped while they are breaking the frail bodies of our elderly parishioners?
  • What about the thugs needing to be stopped who march right up to desecrate the Blessed Sacrament during Holy Mass?

In North Carolina law, such disruption quickly ramps up to aggravated felony charges.

  • “But why are at all concerned about your little parish, Father George!? It’s the tiniest in North America! No one cares about your little church, Father George! Pfft!”

Don’t be so sure. We’ve already had what seemed to be a George Soros funded group from the university campus up the highway come and visit the church on a Sunday while we were still counting the collection, scoping us out, actually asking about our ability to defend ourselves. Get that? They wanted to use the parish to set up community organizing. Such smart university students! I asked them a few incisive questions. They left totally humiliated. They left. But I’m guessing they’ll be back, perhaps this very Mother’s Day weekend.

  • “Surely it’ll be just a bit of spray paint, Father George! You’re such an ol’ meanie not wanting their polite communications blared and sprayed! You’re on the wrong side of history, Father George! It’s all about megaphones and screaming and spray paint! Out with the old, in with the new!”

So, for instance, as to that spray-painting on a Catholic Church entrance out in Colorado – “My body, my choice” – my response would be that the Most Blessed Sacrament, the Body of Christ, is Christ Jesus, and He does have the choice to send such people straight to hell. His Body, His choice. Truth. Jesus was in the womb of His own Blessed Mother for nine months, and He doesn’t take kindly to those who murder the “least of the brethren” in the womb.

Antifa is acting on behalf of the murderous pro-abortionists. Just my opinion, but that likely means arson, murder, assault, destruction of property…

And then BLM – Black Lives Matter – want to protect the genocide of little black babies by supporting abortion directed at black neighborhoods, reducing the population of our black brothers and sisters by the millions, by the tens of millions. Remember BLM:

How would you like that marching up the aisle to the front of your parish church?

That may be coming to a Catholic Church near you on Mothers Day, this weekend.

Some of them will be dressed like this:

It looks like they are being escorted out of a Catholic Church by security using great deescalation techniques. Think deescalation. We don’t have paid security. We have guardian angels. We have simply really a lot of extremely capable people. Even our visitors are most awesome, FBI agents and military operators of all sorts, on vacation here in the mountains, to get away from it all, but absolutely ready to intervene in any situation.

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Eagle sighting, every day, but called “The Last”

Not my picture. I couldn’t get a picture of the one I saw, as I was driving at the time and he had been right over the top of the car. Massive white head, gargantuan wingspan, white tail. Yep.

The Bald Eagle, symbol of strength in freedom with God-given rights in the rule of law enshrined in the Constitution is refreshing to see amidst all the betrayal of these USA and of our military. There are so many, so high up, who are treasonous, who are intent on destroying this country, and for what? A couple of bucks from big money with which they can eat ice cream cones and drink from sippy cups while proving senility and dementia as marxist college kids do up subversion for him?

That’s a perpetual rant going on in my heart. But that betrayal of the “powers that be”, that violence against everyone from conception to death, dragging the world into persecution of the Church, fades into insignificance compared to the scandal and destruction of eternal souls by the pastors of the Church.

But that apostle and evangelist who has an eagle as a symbol always has encouragement for us daily at what is called the Last Gospel, exactly parallel with the Proto-Evangelium, the First Gospel of Genesis 3:15 and exactly parallel with the the Apocalypse, and is the Prologue of his Gospel:

  • In principio erat Verbum et Verbum erat apud Deum et Deus erat Verbum. Hoc erat in principio apud Deum. Omnia per Ipsum facta sunt, et sine Ipso factum est nihil quod factum est. In Ipso vita erat, et vita erat Lux hominum. Et Lux in tenebris lucet et tenebrae eam non comprehenderunt. Fuit homo missus a Deo cui nomen erat Iohannes. Hic venit in testimonium ut testimonium perhiberet de lumine ut omnes crederent per Illum. Non erat ille lux, sed ut testimonium perhiberet de lumine. Erat lux vera quae illuminat omnem hominem venientem in mundum. In mundo erat, et mundus per ipsum factus est, et mundus eum non cognovit. In propria venit et sui eum non receperunt. Quotquot autem receperunt eum dedit eis potestatem filios Dei, fieri his qui credunt in nomine Eius. Qui non ex sanguinibus, neque ex voluntate carnis, neque ex voluntate viri, sed ex Deo nati sunt. ET VERBUM CARO FACTUM EST, ET HABITABIT IN NOBIS et vidimus gloriam eius, gloriam quasi unigeniti a Patre, plenum gratiae et veritatis.
  • In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. The same was in the beginning with God. All things were made by him: and without him was made nothing that was made. In him was life, and the life was the light of men. And the light shineth in darkness, and the darkness did not comprehend it. There was a man sent from God, whose name was John. This man came for a witness, to give testimony of the light, that all men might believe through him. He was not the light, but was to give testimony of the light. That was the true light, which enlighteneth every man that cometh into this world. He was in the world, and the world was made by him, and the world knew him not. He came unto his own, and his own received him not. But as many as received him, he gave them power to be made the sons of God, to them that believe in his name. Who are born, not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of God. And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, and we saw his glory, the glory as it were of the only begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth.

When I see a Bald Eagle, that’s what flashes through heart and soul and mind.

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Dem “policies” = genocide of Black Americans

BLM corruption amongst politicians and the judiciary constitutes the least of the genocide of Black Americans. The genocide entirely eliminating Black Americans from the face of the earth is the Dem policies aborting Black Americans.

http://blackgenocide.org/home.html

Dems have always been the party of the KKK, who are anti-Black, anti-Jew, anti-Catholic.

I know, I know. I’ll get hell from Catholic officials who will tell me that I’m not allowed to spout politics. My response is that to reduce genocide to “politics” and mere “policy” is demonic. As a human being and as a priest – both – I want to stop the genocide and I want to call out those who push for genocide.

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  • Then there’s Dem supported China…
    • The Dems praise China’s “wise” policies of genocide of the Uighurs. The Dems are in bed with China, quite literally.
    • The Dems say nothing of the Chinese Communist Party now into four weeks of starving 25 million people in Shanghai to death (including a close friend of a close friend of mine). Most of them are dead by now. Coming to a lockdown near you. Just ask the Dems’ CDC about the possibilities.

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But elections are coming up, you say? But I ask:

  • Is there picture and signature verification for voting?
    • Dem’s object: “But Black people are way too stupid to know what a picture I.D. is and don’t know how to get one, you know, because Black Americans are so stupid, and so it’s racist to demand that Black people who are so very stupid get themselves a picture I.D.” So, tell me, who is it who’s racist? I doubt there will be much verification even in places, perhaps especially in places where it is loudly proclaimed that there will be verification.
  • Will the trashing of all ballots for non-Dem candidates be enforced once again?
    • I bet they will take it up a notch, and have ballot burning on the spot, burning U.S. flags and copies of the Constitution.
  • Will the “finding” of ballots for losing Dem candidates be found after the election and be counted for the election, you know, ballots from dead people and those no longer on voting lists because they’ve moved out of state or out of the country or have renounced their U.S. citizenship?
    • I bet that will happen especially in states where the courts have smacked this down.
  • Will all ballots be kept and filmed as the counting proceeds, surveilled both by cameras and armed surveillance to stop violent intimidation?
    • I bet the DoJ supplies fake cameras and partisan surveillance. Why wouldn’t they?
  • Will those illegally in the United States, including terrorists and cartel members be encouraged to vote, you know, for Dems?
    • Well. Of course they will. I bet they even get paid to vote for Dems and intimidate anyone else.
  • I better not mention any kind of voting machines connected to the internet and tampered with… lest I have to face litigation I can’t afford. Etc.

Then the Dems will celebrate: Finally! The genocide of Black Americans will be complete!

And Father George will complain.

And Church officials will tell me to be stop being so partisan.

But I will continue to take the side of the least of the brethren. And I know I stand with The Many.

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No religious exemptions: health plans to include abortion, sex changes, or go to prison

Biden admin to require abortion, ‘sex change’ coverage on health plans, Catholic group warns
There would be no religious exemptions to the rule, and penalties may include imprisonment for noncomplying health care executives.

Matt Lamb Thu Apr 14, 2022 LifeSiteNews – […] The Catholic Benefits Association (CBA) said a leftist group called the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights has been working with the administration to craft regulations “to include surgical abortion, cross-sex hormones, gender-transition surgeries, gender-affirming cosmetic surgeries and voice modification — along with a host of expanded services dealing with fertility treatments, contraception, abortifacients and sterilizations,” Crux reported.

“The memo prepared by the Leadership Conference provides the best forecast of what the new regulation will say,” attorney Martin Nussbaum, a legal advisor to CBA, told Crux for an April 5 article. “We don’t know for sure what the regulation will say but there is good reason to believe that it will be quite similar to the memo signed on by 30 sexual rights activist groups including Planned Parenthood.”

CBA first heard of the possibility of new regulations after due to a reference in a court filing last year.

There would be no religious exemptions to the rule. “The forthcoming (HHS) regulation presents an existential threat to Catholic health care because the penalties to noncompliance will likely include private enforcement, class-action lawsuits, ‘qui tam’ actions, which is where an individual can file a lawsuit as if he or she were the United States itself,” Nussbaum said. “The penalties may also include loss of Medicare and Medicaid funding and even imprisonment for noncomplying health care executives.”

Read the whole article at LifeSite.


If this goes through…

My question: How many bishops do you know who will fight against this, meaning that they will cancel the insurance programs for their priests and employees of whatever (arch)diocese, quite directly causing a few deaths of many retired elderly priests and others to die for lack of proper health care?

My question: Given the situation of any bishop who would choose not to lead his (arch)diocese to heaven, but rather chooses to conform everyone and everything in his (arch)diocese to the culture of death and discipleship to Satan, the murderer and liar from the beginning, how many priests do you know who will voluntarily reject their health plans, and if that doesn’t work because there’s no chancery rat anywhere who would tolerate that kind of insubordination, how many priests are there, I ask, that you know who will make such a public stink about wanting to get off the group insurance that the (arch)bishop will comply with the desires of the priest by, say, first of all removing him from any public assignment because of his otherwise being a liability?

My answer to the second question: You know at least one priest: yours truly. If I die because I cannot get proper medical treatment because I don’t want to pay for abortions and abortifacients and contraception and the sexual abuse of little children by way of subsidizing surgical sex changes of little kids mandated by “parents” or “guardians” or “teachers” or some government official, well, then I die, just like we’re all going to die much sooner than later anyway. I wanna do the right thing. I wanna go to heaven. This is not suicide. This is just doing the right thing no matter what, you know, carrying the cross and following Jesus, as we all must. It’s like Jesus said: “As the Master, so the disciple.”

  • “But Father George! Father George! You’re just – splutter, splutter – you’re just entrenched in rigidity when you should be accompanying Satan! You’re just an ol’ meanie! So, maybe you should die! After all, you’re not a man of consensus! There are “30 sexual rights activist groups including Planned Parenthood,” thirty, against just one little Father George! Give it up, Father George! You’re pathetic!”

I fear more for the ever so clever and sophisticated and up-to-date souls of those who immerse themselves in the culture of death than I do for my own demise at their hands. I’d much rather people convert so as to rejoice with the risen Lord Jesus, and therefore not be afraid, knowing that our Lord calls us friends. But we have to say Yes to Jesus’ invitation He repeats so frequently after the resurrection:

  • “Be not afraid.”
  • “I call you friends.”

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Viganò & Russia vs Fr Jason Charron & Ukraine

Thank you Father. Best summary ever.

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Reagan tells Soviet jokes

All cute, right? I think people don’t understand what he’s doing here. We might just chuckle, think it’s a bit of comedy, breaking the ice of the cold-war, clever statesmanship with basic humanity. But there’s more than this.

The top Russian leadership is actually Communist. These are not atheists we are dealing with here, but rather those who actively hate God, hate neighbor, hate themselves, and simply want to gain more narcissistic power that is cut off from justice, cut off from service, cut off from showing any mercy. It’s raw power, which is entirely constituted by hate, and is diabolical. That’s Fulton Sheen’s take: it’s hatred.

What Reagan was doing here is to be so entirely cute that there was no response that could be made, but he was humiliating them to the core of their rotten souls, their blackened hearts. Good. That’s the way to do it, to make them question whatever in hell it is that they are doing. That’s what Jesus did with the haters of His day.

Today, Biden wants the Green New Deal, the Great Reset: less people, more green, the “power” of murdering helpless people. The thing is, American youth have been trained in to think that this kind of cowardly entitlement to murder is virtuous.

Biden looks “tough”, like a war-time president, that will gain him votes, I guess. It always does. Putin is giving him this opportunity. For Biden’s minions to do better in the mid-terms is better for Putin than to for Russia to gain Ukraine once again. Then, after that happens, the next day after Super-Tuesday, Putin will just take Ukraine. That was my surmising the second this intention of Putin was announced quite a while back. Things change daily, but it pretty much answers the most questions, most consistently, the most simply, you know, why it’s so messy. It’s maybe the way this started, but who knows how it will finish. War is hell. Hell is hell.

Meanwhile, Confession. Meanwhile, the Rosary. And it’s good to laugh along with Regan. Just know there’s a deadly serious side to it.

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Chinese Olympics: Are you complicit in genocide and persecution of the Church?

What is that? A Covid-test entrance to the Olympics in China? It’s made to look like a glorified prison, complete with bars in the windows and on the top of the fortressed wall, and guard towers. How creepy is that? Did you see that arrest-censoring of a journalist during a live broadcast? Did you see Nancy the China-sycophant commanding our own athletes to watch their mouths, warning them not to criticize anything about the Chinese Communist Party?

  • “Don’t tell anyone about the torture and murder of countless Catholic laity, priests and bishops who are faithful to Jesus! Don’t tell anyone about the oppression, obliteration of any religion!”
  • “Don’t tell anyone about the genocide of the Uyghurs!”
  • “Don’t tell anyone about the purposed gain-of-function research to enhance the deadliness of the China virus!”

And then, from the more stupid of pro-Chinese idiots:

  • “Father George! Father George! Don’t you dare question anything about China! Cardinal McCarrick – and, splutter, splutter, of course I still call him Cardinal – he made sure to let it be known that China is nice! How dare you contradict a Cardinal of the Church! And moreover – !-!-! – so there!”

As far as I’m concerned, this Olympics never happened. Any reporting betrays the entire world and all the athletes, even with mockery of Curling events. That all provides cover for genocide and persecution. Don’t think the athletes don’t hate it all as well. But don’t expect them to speak out when they get back either. They will already have been scared into being subservient to the real masters of this world. Don’t encourage this betrayal of humanity.

Anyone who travels into communist countries knows how sports are used for cover of atrocities to the praise of idiot-conservative journalists in these USA. Take for instance, the murderous Sandinistas even way back in the day. They were using baseball to distract the locals while villages were being torched, while loved ones were being imprisoned and tortured for months on end, one from each house, so as to make them spies for the local communist police, one living in each house. But – Hey! – there was baseball on somewhat flat patches of dirt, and it was glorious permitted to the praise of the lenient Sandinistas – so it was all good!

And the reporting is all about how this player or that might be a real asset if signed on to a team here in these USA:

  • The questions are now: “What’s his name? How much will we have to pay him?”
  • The questions are no longer: “How many villages are being destroyed? How much torture and murder is being done by local communist police?”

And yes, I do know a good Catholic family in a far-away country, some of whose kids were being considered for being signed on to Olympic teams, just so they could have a chance of going to China and then criticizing China if and when they got the spotlight. I love that. That’s the kind of thing that can be reported in good conscience.

Again, the more you watch the Olympics this time around, the more your conscience is being dulled:

  • “Genocide isn’t really important because I’m not a Uyghur anyway! I’m entitled to watch the Olympics! I’ve got my favorite sports to watch! Stupid Uyghers!”
  • “Persecution of Catholics and other religions isn’t really important because obviously they deserved it because obviously they haven’t been men of consensus like Pope Francis wants us all to be! So, good riddance of those so-called-Catholics! In my parish, you can blaspheme while you’re receiving Communion, and we’re nice people! Now then: Some nice tea, some munchies, my easy chair! Let’s watch the Olympics!”

Who was that one guy? Oh yes: Martin Niemöller

FIRST THEY CAME

  • First they came for the Communists and I did not speak out
    • Because I was not a Communist
  • Then they came for the Socialists and I did not speak out
    • Because I was not a Socialist
  • Then they came for the trade unionists and I did not speak out
    • Because I was not a trade unionist
  • Then they came for the Jews and I did not speak out
    • Because I was not a Jew
  • Then they came for me and there was no one left
    • To speak out for me

He spent seven years in concentration camps.

And don’t think that’s a bad analogy because of Jesse Owens showing up Hitler. That was in the 1936 Olympics, not the 1944 Olympics. Here’s the short video of the 100m, with great commentary by a lady who was present. You gotta click the watch on YouTube link. Great!

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FBI terrorizes Beth Israel synagogue in Colleyville? No. Survivors are just angry.

So, within the boundaries of these United States an anti-Israeli Islamicist terrorist takes Jews as hostages in a synagogue on the Sabbath during services as leverage to get an anti-Israeli Islamicist terrorist out of prison also within the boundaries of these United States, terrorizing a whole class of people (and anyone of good will) to further this end, the very definition of terrorism:

  • “18 U.S.C. United States Code Title 18 – CRIMES AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURE – PART I – CRIMES – CHAPTER 113B – TERRORISM – Sec. 2331 – Definitions – […] (5) the term “domestic terrorism” means activities that — (A) involve acts dangerous to human life that are a violation of the criminal laws of the United States or of any State; (B) appear to be intended — (i) to intimidate or coerce a civilian population; (ii) to influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion; or (iii) to affect the conduct of a government by mass destruction, assassination, or kidnapping; and (C) occur primarily within the territorial jurisdiction of the United States.”

Let’s think for a moment about the actual terror. For hours and hours and hours the hostages have to go through hell. They are, again by definition, terrorized when they go through the same flash-bang experience (damn rough, that) and then instantly witness the gunfire that rips up the body of the terrorist guy right in their faces, blood and bits of flesh all over them. All of that will throw them surely into at least some form of traumatic stress. They are grateful to be rescued. Great work to the guys who successfully carried out this rescue operation. But these wounds go deep. But that’s nothing compared to what happened next.

The FBI declared that this had nothing to do with terrorism, even before any investigation could be carried out. That means that the FBI wants the Jews to feel like they are second class citizens, that the government has, at their expense, gone out of its way in this declaration to now invite terrorists to do what this guy did in taking Jews hostages in a synagogue on the Sabbath during services because for some Islamicist purpose, and… – hey! – the FBI will make sure that it turns out differently next time, that the guy kills some Jews, gets his demands, and escapes. The FBI insists that the perp was no terrorist. I bet that this means that the DOJ will bring the SWAT team up on charges for taking out the threat the way they did. Under pressure, they walk this back a bit. It was misspeaking. Sure. But we know what’s really meant.

These FBI guys have unending training on manipulation through verbiage. It’s what they do. It’s their lives, day-in, day-out. They know exactly what they are doing so as to elicit whatever reactions they want. They are so arrogant and cynical, so far above the law that they think everyone believes their self-congratulatory charades.

You want the truth of it? I don’t think for a second that the Jews who are now hostage survivors are all that traumatized. They are angry, and not so much with the terrorist guy (one expects his sort), but rather with the FBI. Yep. It is precisely this political manipulation by the FBI which will do unimaginable moral injury to the freed hostages, the terrorism survivors, to all members of Beth Israel synagogue, to all Jews everywhere. What the FBI has done will throw whatever level of traumatic stress hostages might have endured into an ongoing terror, that of one’s government telling you to your face that you imagined the whole thing, that the Islamicist “religion of peace” always and only has members who are peaceful and who love Jews, always, everywhere.

A message to the FBI: “Je suis Beth Israel.” Why’s that? Because I’m a Catholic priest. And don’t think that’s some form of threat. No, no. It’s a promise to unite my prayers for you with those, surely, of the terrorism survivors.

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Tucker & Dhillon on SCOTUS OSHA jab mandate

A couple days ago, Tucker interviewed “Center for American Liberty CEO and civil rights attorney Harmeet Dhillon” on “the constitutionality of President Biden’s COVID-19 OSHA vaccine regulations.” She said:

  • “The fact the court is still sitting on this and hasn’t ruled yet produces tremendous expense, uncertainty, stress and disruption to the American economy. I really hope for the sake of all those employees, employers that the court rules quickly so that we can move on and arrange our affairs accordingly.”

Yep. I agree with that. And as a priest, I add that the (cardinal) (arch)bishops aren’t helping matters, indeed, are directly hurting the Lord’s Little Flock when they forbid priests who cannot, will not get the “vaccine” to administer Sacraments. The (cardinal) (arch)bishops who have not directly attacked priests say that they are waiting for the decision of the SCOTUS. No. They are just cowards. The mandate is in full effect already. They say NOTHING. They are derelict in their duties as shepherds of the flock. They are fake, fraudulent shepherds. Harmeet Dhillion continued:

  • “Meanwhile, we all know that this vaccine is not particularly effective against the current version of the virus,” she said, “so it all really undermines both citizen confidence in the judiciary and the legislature and in public health. This is really a bad situation for the future of public health in our country, the way the government is handling this particular situation.”

As a priest, I add that the cowardly inaction of the (cardinal) (arch)bishops is really a bad situation for the future of the Church in our country, in the world, the way that the (cardinal) (arch)bishops are handling this particular situation.

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FBI orchestrated January 6 events? Senator Cruz over against FBI

I’ve always said that there’s an ignorance which should get one fired from one’s job. If this is systemic ignorance, that is, when intelligence is forbidden, well, maybe we should get rid of institutions like the FBI.

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SCOTUS undecided to stay vax-mandate

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As as this writing, well into the morning of 10 January, 2022, SCOTUS did not (yet) provide a Stay of Execution on OSHA’s mandate to receive an experimental, dangerous , abortion-tainted “vaccine.” A non-decision is a decision for as long as they go out of their way to neglect making a decision.

I will not comply with getting any abortion-tainted so-called “vaccine.” Ain’t gonna happen.

You might ask whether or not I’ve been granted a religious exemption, as if an unalienable God-given right to the free exercise of religion necessitates any permission to exercise that right. The answer is no, I have not yet been granted any religious exemption, at least not yet. Why not? You’ll have to ask the powers that be, right up to Pope Francis.

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6 January 2021 capital police shooting review of the recap one year later. CIA gives a nod.

When I first reviewed this shooting right after it happened the CIA came to that post on this blog on a named server, I guess so as to give a nod to the content, so unique was my point of view. I haven’t changed my mind on this at all.

The incredible number of law enforcement officers who had waved people into the capital building and then guiding people and accompanying them to that restricted, locked-down area, were effectively encouraging those people to break into that restricted area, purposely causing an incident of what was, at that moment in that place, now a national security emergency.

The officers on the other side of the doors, at the security kiosk down the hallway, are independent. Think of that. No one can warn them in advance. No one can order them to stand down, not even – get this – not even the President of these United States. Those few guys have a certain internal independence from the rest of the Capital Police. It has to be that way. They have a job to do and politicians cannot micromanage how that job is carried out during an incident which will always concern other politicians. The job for those guys was to stop any breach of security at that moment in that place during the lockdown of that area. They don’t know if anyone is armed, has bombs. They don’t know if the law enforcement acting so benignly to those breaking into the locked-down area are traitors. They. Don’t. Know. What they see is that their obligation is to stop any untoward threat, no matter what. The guy did his job.

Everyone who is in law enforcement at the Capital knows that these guys will take the shot no matter what. They know that these guys in the locked-down area are the best shots in the world. They will stop the threat. That’s what they’re trained to do. That those other law enforcement officers led these people to that locked-down area, all good with them breaking into that locked down area, makes them, in my view, likely guilty of murder. They knew what was going to happen, didn’t they? The guy who pulled the trigger, conversely, is not guilty of murder. He just did his job. He was exonerated. He was set up. This was ordered, right?

What tipped me off that this seemingly had to be the case is my own recreational shooting on my “days off” for years leading up to that time. I was getting to be a fairly good shot, doing things like this guy was doing, running sideways while unholstering and shooting a small moving target from a distance. But I was having some success with that exercise while not being under pressure. This guy got the spinal cord shot under pressure at a greater distance. Incredible. Best shot ever. This guy was surely going through really a lot of practice ammo at special ranges permitting special stages to be enacted for special courses so as to be able to do his job. And he did.

And I don’t have any criticism for the gal who got taken down. No. She felt that she was good to go because of the law enforcement crowd accompanying and effectively encouraging that group to do what they were doing at that locked-down area. It’s just so sad that politics – I think on the left – made this happen. There is tons of video and documentation that no one is allowed to see. Why’s that? Because it would be so very, very obvious that this was a set-up.

Why would anyone set up something like this? It’s makes a politician look bad, that’s why.

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