Patriots Day مترجم Islamicists bomb Marathon. Inspirational: Boston Strong

I note that this is one of those obvious copyright violations that YouTube has not taken down. There are reasons for this. This version has Arabic subtitles throughout. And while this might be seen as a “microaggression” by the powers that be, some sort of accusation against Islam, this presentation is clearly meant as an encouragement to peace. I rarely watch movies and have only seen a few minutes of this. If you’ve seen it, can you give us a review or comment one way or the other?

There’s a depiction of a woman getting interrogated until the interrogator realizes that any appeal to mercy or truth or goodness or kindness will never have any effect on someone who madly actually believes in sadistic bloodthirsty “Allah”.

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Lol! But then… Donkeys and Jesus

Donkeys, always with the Holy Family, know the entirety of the hell the Holy Family went through. Behold, the reality of a donkey with the Holy Family, with Mary being the Ark of The Covenant:

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I love it.

Mind you, if you think the donkey is scowling and is upset with his burden, no no, it’s not that way; instead, the donkey knows he’s on a forced journey bringing the Holy Family into exile in Egypt because of Herod murdering all the boys in Bethlehem in order to kill Jesus. The donkey, hardly upset with the Holy Family, is practicing his situational awareness. Gooood donkeeey!

This is my life while bringing Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament on my far flung Communion Calls to shut-ins, to those in Rehabs and Nursing Homes and Hospitals. I hope Jesus thinks I’m a gooood donkeeey! ;-)

And if anyone needs reminding about the great situational awareness of any good donkey, remember that donkeys are put in with flocks of sheep as they are superb at protecting the flock from predators. All priests should be gooood donkeeeys!

DONKEY FOX

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CIA gaying American bishops, cause of abuse crisis. What 2019 Synod can do.

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Without being registered as a foreign agent, I did a favor for the Holy See by outing a CIA asset assigned there. He belonged to group of military intel officers who had become mercenaries. I know the guy who trained him though didn’t assign him. That was the CIA. He admitted to it. The guy I caught out was confirmed for me by the head of security of the Holy See. Anyway, the asset guy had full access for 40 minutes a day for years to all offices and files in the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, including that of the Prefect, which means he could manipulate one-copy hard-files on, say, candidates for episcopal office right around the world, making weak candidates for enemy countries look especially unacceptable, while making strong candidates look even better (to the end that they cause problems, like the now canonized Karol Józef Wojtyła did) doing the reverse for these United States and friends, so that strong candidates looked especially inappropriate even while the most inappropriate and weak candidates looked especially fit for the office (say, like McCarrick and friends). I know for a fact that this manipulation of files was a “thing” for many years, and not only in the CDF, but also at, say, the Congregation for Bishops and the Congregation for Clergy. But the CDF was the most notorious even while it was headed up by Cardinal Ratzinger. No fault to him for this. Bad actors are afoot and need to be removed from influence. Ratzinger insisted on following every single important case in the world, superhuman of him, but he did it, which also made his files especially sought after.

Of course, in outing that guy (who was forthwith given the boot), I suppose I was committing treason and I’m considered a bad actor against these United States myself. But I don’t expect any public complaint of any kind will be made since this would also involve free exercise of religion (a pesky little amendment in the Constitution of these USA).

So, just to spell this out: if, in America, we get ultra-super-homosexualist candidates they will be apt to rid the faithful in America of any well-formed conscience, of any morality, of any truth. Anything goes with whatever prevailing opinion. Anything the government wants that weak guy will be good with that. No trouble from that guy. Abortion? Big deal! Abortifacients? Nothing to see here, folks! Gay marriage? Awww! Aren’t they cute! Get it?

Oh, and if you’re wondering what this actually has to do with homosexualist stuff, I did see that guy later, all trans-dressed. Yep. The head of security of the Holy See tells me he’s dead now, but… Whatever.

Even if I have lots of friends in the CIA, I’m sure I’ve made one or two in The Company a little upset as well. But maybe they just laugh, thinking nothing can be done. Yet:

Solution for the Synod of Abuse in February:

I think an investigation could actually uncover manipulation of files, comparing, say, what was sent to the Congregations for the Clergy, for Bishops, for the Doctrine of the Faith (also with what’s to be found at the Secretariat of State), that is, in their files across the pond, with what was sent to those dicasteries by the Nunciature of the Holy See in these USA, that is, as is verifiable with files here in these USA. The Synod could order this comparison to be made, say, with the courteous help of the FBI. ;-)

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Officer Down Bleeding Out (again)

I put this up because it’s inspiring to me, especially the first seconds especially second 0.31 bringing the guy back to life. Note that the LEO at 2.35 lives.

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This priest’s trans-identity “Shadow” theatrically arrested to get deep cover

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My “Shadow”, who stole my identity already back it seems in the 1970s to do arms transfers to Mexican cartels and is now into Syria, is here being subjected to what appears to be an arrest warrant wrought in the early morning by two low level druggie detectives. He says this was for not appearing in court for what he calls just a bit of “recreational drugs.” Nothing is as it seems. He sent me this picture himself, obviously after he got bailed, I mean, if he was actually arrested. I doubt he was. More on that below. The red arrows are pointing to the guns of the LEOs, I’m guessing Sig 40s. Real LEOs, but the rest is theater. Don’t think my “Shadow” is a criminal…

For those surprised at the stuffed “breasts” and the wig held on by a baseball cap with socks over the cuffs, don’t be. This guy is no trans-anything. He’s just been taking on varieties of false identities all his life, starting with me because I had a clean record. He’s been cultivating a non-existent “identity” called “Linda” in more recent years. He said that this is “Linda” getting arrested in the picture above. He texted me instructions to zoom in on the face. I compared this picture with a picture I myself took of him the other year. It’s my “Shadow”. Such a smirk on his face. He’s having a great time of it. Someone else with him is taking the picture, I suppose with his own phone. “Linda”, by the way, is supposed to be black. This “girl” is white as white can be. Just a bit of a sun tan. Talk about nothing is as it seems.

“Linda”, it seems, is always getting arrested, is always on drugs, is always pimped out, never has any money, lives with him, but is somehow able to maintain a safe-house a thousand miles away in North-East Tennessee, quite the wilderness, and quite the rough area, and quite the safe-house if there ever was one. But “Linda”, as he says, is actually him. He’s been insisting that I get him a house or houses in my name but so that he can use them, you know, in my name. I guess he would drop “Linda” if that were the case. Of course, none of that is gonna happen.

Knowing where the safe-house of this guy is in another part of the United States pictured above, a safe house well placed for doing what he does best in that geographical region of the world, I went to google maps and took a look at the street view of his house. This is, in fact, his driveway in the picture above. All the tiniest cracks in the cement are identical. Everything.

But let’s bring it up another level: this kind of theatrical stupidity is done all the time by law enforcement agencies of all kinds to make someone seem like they have street cred, law enforcement assisting their own of whatever agency to be thought of as criminals so that they have an in with criminal organizations. So, let’s rephrase that: Nothing is at is seems with nothing is as it seems.

Just to say, having been there, on that driveway, and knowing where his safe house is in relation to the house itself (as it’s not the house itself)… well… let’s just say that I think it’s pretty much absolutely impossible for this picture to have taken place like this if it were a true arrest and not just theater. Logistically, the arrest would have had to have happened somewhere in the back yard.

So, what’s the point of sending me all this? I mean, he’s really acting the idiot for cover for whatever he’s up to, but why send this to me? I guess he’s trying to portray also to anyone following my stuff (that’s what he thinks) that he’s such a total idiot that he couldn’t possibly be the one who committed accomplished the crimes assignments which he bragged about already in the early 1990s in my name (for which he’s always been protected by the State Department and the FBI).

All very clever. I’m sure the local deputies were just doing their job and know nothing of his other life – just that he helps them on a local level with their ops – and would be horrified to find out that he’s like Cage in this final interrogation scene of Lord of War:

Nothing is as it seems. My “Shadow” treats me just as Cage treats his interrogator in this scene, with the latter being utterly naive, like me I guess.

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Marc Lamont Hill, Michael Brown, Palestine: “Hands up! Don’t shoot!”

[*] At the increasingly gleefully violent United Nations, Marc Lamont Hill made an appeal for the annihilating Israel from the face of the earth, and then made I guess what he thinks is a direct analogy with the violence following the Michael Brown fake news “Hands up! Don’t shoot!” story and what we are then supposed to believe (right?) about what must then be the Palestinian fake news struggle. The logic is that, even if it’s fake news, we are to run with the fake news for the sake of violence. This downplays actual conditions of innocent Palestinians suffering because of the terrorist thugs among them. That suffering is not fake news. Hamas and the rest are horrific. And, of course, Marc Lamont Hill also mocks Martin Luther King Jr. What do you expect?

CNN says that they fired Hill. Really? Was this all planned? Did they give him a bully pulpit and then make him a martyr to launch him forward in death mongering? Will they just do it again? This is what the radio station did in Rwanda in setting up a genocide in that country. Take a look at the documentary bits of Hotel Rwanda. The talking heads of the radio were convicted of crimes against humanity for their inflammatory words. Marc Lamont Hill should be put on trial for his words.

* This video montage was published more than a year after the Michael Brown incident.

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Abuse and the FBI: code word gaming?

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I put up a post the other day about the February 2019 Synod of Abuse (Abuse of Synod), mentioning I’m going to put up a post in a couple of days, the end of November 2018, discussing some preliminary perspectives that hinder proper reasoning. I’ve since been busy in emergency rooms of hospitals and such, but would like to get back to this topic.

I got in a comment on that earlier post which used a code word that I only use over the phone in discussing matters with Father Gordon and Father […Canon Lawyer…]. I didn’t use that code word in that post. But the commenter adeptly used that code word in the manner in which only we three priests would use it. The only way the commenter could use that word the way he did would be for him to be following our telephone and email conversations over quite a space of time. Either that, or he reads minds. Hmmm. I’m wondering if the guy is getting paid off by a certain lavender mafia, meanwhile trying to be perceived as benevolent.

Meanwhile, significantly, the comment came in with an email address created and backed and ultra-super-encrypted by CERN-MIT provided by non-discoverable servers in Switzerland with virtually unhackable messages (even by governments) which are also all set to auto-destruct within two minutes of being viewed. Not a normal mode of communication, also quite costly, pretty much only for nerd-freakoids and off of the official server Feds with special permissions, or…

I checked out the IP address, which I’m sure he wanted me to see – as I don’t see most IPs – and it hits on two major FBI centers, the provenance, actually, of my GTMO visitors some months ago with all their talk about murder made to look like suicide as an assignment for me. All games. Gaming theory. Oh, that’s right. I forgot. DARPA COMPASS.

So, here’s my request to this guy: let’s work together. There’s a couple of things I’d like to do that would help end the whole abuse thing. I sent him a friendly email about that. He’s not come through. We could get a lot more done a lot more quickly in a much more serious effective way if we just skipped all the gaming theory and such.

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Leaving the ER: Bwoop! Bwoop!

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So, there I was, two days without sleep after two days in the Emergency Room with a parishioner, carrying my Glock while driving away from Emery University Hospital in northeast Atlanta, GA, three hours away and out-of-state from my residence and way out of state for the licence plate of the car I was driving, which was that of the new parishioner. So, of course:

“Bwoop! Bwoop!” Bluelighted right outside the Emergency Room while pulling away.

  • LEO: “Hello, sir.”
  • Me: “Hello, Officer. I have to advise you that I’m practicing carrying my carry.”
  • LEO: -smirk, smirk- (because I’m dressed, of course, as a priest with collar).
  • Me: “We’re just leaving the Emergency Room after two days there.”
  • LEO: “Yeah. I figured you weren’t up to any trouble here. Just wanted to let you know that you didn’t have your headlights on. I assume that you didn’t notice because the street in front of the hospital is so well lit up.” (It was just before sunrise).
  • Me: “Oh! Thanks Officer. I guess I’m not used to driving this car. [You can leave the lights on in a Subaru as they shut off automatically and come on the same way.] It belongs to my parishioner here. We came down from WNC.” I flick on the lights.
  • LEO: “Well, the lights work. Is your license up-to-date?”
  • As I struggle to remove the license from my wallet I answer “Yes sir,” and he doesn’t bother to have me even take it out.
  • LEO: As he walks away he says with a smirk, I suppose because I’m a priest carrying, he says: “You guys be safe out there.”
  • Me: “Thanks, Officer. You too.”

And that was the exchange. Professional. Polite. Pleasant. Humorous. I’m thankful. It was helpful to our safety. That’s how all interactions with the police should go. Great guys. It might be thought that my being a “white” “Jew-boy” and a Catholic priest to boot, and out-of-state, and in the South, might make for a different outcome when he saw all that. But, no. My experience with the police was fantastic.

It’s not always that way, of course. Some feel entitled to break the law and mortally endanger lives. It’s that which makes for a bad outcome. Not profiling. Not police misbehaving. That can happen, but, just as a for instance, here’s an instructive incident where none of that happened and the Officer was as polite as he could be. He had to do what he had to in calling for backup, but none of this was on him. This is how NOT to interact with the police:

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E.R. 2nd day

This is the Emergency Room at Emery Hospital in Atlanta where I’ve been with a parishioner for the second day running. No day off today.

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Homily 2018 11 25 Jesus and Pilate

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Adoration in the darkness

A record number of parishioners were drawn by our Lord through the cold and the dark for a 6:00-700am Holy Hour. Confessions! All a consolation for any priest in a time of great darkness.

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Flowers for the Immaculate Conception (Is this a Catholic home? edition)

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Actually, that’s a pretty good picture for just candlelight late in the evening on Thanksgiving. The neighbor to the hermitage, knowing I put up flowers for the Immaculate Conception went on the hunt for some flowers and returned with the variety. A couple of “lion’s tooth” and some other tiny ones whose names I’ve forgotten already. There’s always a candle lit on the sideboard shrine. The statue of Saint Joseph with the child Jesus comes from Father Lutz at the Jubilee Museum in Columbus, Ohio. The darkest of times are lit up in certain simply familiar ways. Don’t give up. There is much joy and peace in the faith even if there are bad actors round about.

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Shadow-dog “rewnt” by firefighters who themselves are not spoiled at all

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Some of our volunteer Firefighters came by the other day and mulched up the inner sanctum so that it’s less muddy for Shadow-dog and Laudie-dog. The dogs are totally spoiled, that is, in local pronunciation, “rewnt,” um, ruined.

Meanwhile… meanwhile… the town of Andrews seemingly has not been treating our firefighters in any good way even while they risk their lives on a daily basis for us all. Their equipment is waaaaaaay out of date, and therefore dangerous. Seemingly, no one really cares enough to solve all of this in any effective manner.

And even worse, it seems our town firefighters are locked out for the longest time from emergency calls, it seems for political reasons. Beep! but then no message. Then you hear the county fire department going to the call while the town is locked out. I’m just hypothesizing, but I’m thinking that this seemingly purposely faulty communication is putting the local populace at mortal danger for political ends. Just wait until someone dies because our firefighters don’t show up and the family has an attorney. I’m wondering if those who are seemingly negligent, you know, seemingly on purpose, will all end up in prison.

I mentioned this seeming negligence to someone, saying that firefighters might die because of how poorly they are equipped. That person said, to my horror, “Let them die. Let them all die. That’s the only way people will learn.” I’m still horrified, a year later. Firefighters are the cream of the crop.

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Day-Off: flags

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Paying it forward, I got a 4’x6′ American flag for my neighbor. We put it up together and folded the old one, getting it ready for respectful retirement by fire. I threw in my old and tattered papal flag. Patriotism and well reasoned loyalty (is that nuanced enough?) are always appropriate, even when bad actors are afoot.

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Don’t worry. No forest fire at the hermitage. Unlike those in California who have to deal with environmentalist terror and dry conditions, WNC forests, 90% of the time, are soaked through and through with often double the rainfall of an average rain forest.

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Not just a singing donkey: true Opera. Why all priests should be donkeys.

A reader sent this in, knowing that I think donkeys are the best:

  • They’re always with the Holy Family: Nazareth to Bethlehem to Egypt, all the back to Nazareth, and then bringing Jesus to the Cross.
  • They’re intelligent, not stubborn (mules are stubborn, for a reason), instead only doing what they understand (which is really smart). This is why those who interfere with children would have been better off (as Jesus says) to have a specifically (always left untranslated) donkey-millstone tied about one’s neck and thrown into the sea. In other words, donkeys are much more intelligent than those who do such things.
  • They sing, their praying being braying, but the donkey above has moved to opera!
  • They guard the flock, stopping the threat of predators:

DONKEY FOX

All priests should be donkeys, and be proud of it.

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“The Hero” of abuse crisis is a cause? Silence & hell or truth & consequences.

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I’ve asked advice from many people about staying silent or telling the truth about “The Hero.” They all said that it would be a mortal sin for me to remain silent about “The Hero” and are content that I’m willing to face whatever consequences for telling the truth about “The Hero,” whether mere slander or even being dismissed from the clerical state. “The Hero” is today in a position to do whatever he wants.

People don’t want to hear about “The Hero” not being a hero. We need to get over that. The last time I tried to say something about “The Hero” on a blog of mine a call quickly came in from Rome to some ecclesiastical superiors, a call which had me smacked down so hard that I ended up in a dumpster, literally, to search for food (good stuff in there, actually). Having had that experience, I don’t care about anything in this world anymore. I don’t even care about the exercise of priestly ministry and, by the way, just to be clear, neither did Jesus, who instead went to the Cross, which, by the way, is THE priestly ministry. As the Master so the disciple, right? We need to get back to what the priesthood is all about. It’s not about stuff to do so much as being available to the priesthood of The Priest, who prefers to give up on stuff He could do and instead go to the cross.

Let’s talk hero worship so we know what we’re talking about. Take, for example, McCarrick, who was “tough on abuse,” which made him look like a hero. Was he a hero, really? There are legion just like him, all heroes, all because they are “tough on abuse.” Is this about being tough on abuse so as to hide behind being a hero so as to promote bullying homosexualisticness which one knows one can get away with because of being such a hero? If you’re a hero for being tough on abuse, you can do no wrong, right? But the likes of a McCarrick is not what I’m really talking about. Instead:

“The Hero” of all such “heroes” is, instead, at the epicenter of setting policy for the entire Church, and is set to be the shaker and mover behind the Synod of Abuse in February 2019. He’s “The Hero” because of the way he’s “tough on abuse” on an epic scale. “The Hero” is also a promoter of homosexualisticness. It cannot be denied, but people do deny this because… because… he’s “The Hero.” It seems by all accounts and any construing of the facts, that “The Hero” is the one who ordered that I be silenced and smacked down hard. And that happened. Just a bit of self-protection on his part. But, pay attention:

Promoting homosexualisticness is one of the major causes of the abuse crisis. To set up “The Hero” (who promotes bullying homosexualisticness) as the one who sets policy for the entire Church, and this as a solution to the abuse crisis which in part came about because of promoting bullying homosexualisticness… well… that’s just absurd, surreal, like a terroristic clown…

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And yet, “The Hero” is protected by all, both conservatives and liberals, by conservatives because “The Hero” is “tough on abuse” (you know, like McCarrick) and by liberals because “The Hero” promotes homosexualisticness. Conservatives have been ostriches for years. Liberals laugh. What to do?

The last time I presented my evidence not only did I have to take down the post. I had to take down the entire blog. I was silenced.

It’s time to put up this post again. “The Hero” is the one who will be the one guiding through and implementing policy for the entire church this coming February 2019 at the Synod of Abuse. My question is this: Is “The Hero” the one who is most apt to have a policy of proscribing the promotion of homosexualisticness? No? I wonder whether I’ll be smacked down again by conservatives and liberals when I once again put up proof about all this in a few days. It’s not so easy to give up on one’s heroes. But what if they are not really heroes? What if “The Hero” is just a terroristic clown? Stay tuned.

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Homily 2018 11 22 I’m thankful for…

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  • I’m thankful that the Father sent the Son. I’m thankful for being forgiven.
  • I’m thankful for the prayers people say for me. I’m thankful for cloistered nuns who have teamed up with Jesus to save my soul.
  • I’m thankful for… well… here’s today’s homily on this Thanksgiving Day:

What are you thankful for?

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Just to say, this is perhaps a bit of a rough homily for Thanksgiving in that I go on the attack of those who are ever so entitled, who think they are self-sufficient, who are therefore bitter on the one hand and self-righteous on the other hand. An attack! On Thanksgiving. And for the wherewithal to do that I also give thanks. ;-)

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And we’re back!

More work on Monday but we have water and sewer. The temple – church – can be reopened. Its been going on seven weeks. We can go in now. Mass at 5:15pm. Hey! It’s the feast of the presentation of Mary.

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Free rosaries for priests: unbreakable, made with love by laity. I’ll pay postage

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A number of makers of unbreakable rosaries have sent in unbreakable rosaries. There are smaller versions and bigger versions. I’m clutzy so I like the big ones. Unbreakable is a necessity for me. All I do is break breakable rosaries, so these are great.

Comments are moderated. I won’t let comments through on this post. If you’re a priest and would like an unbreakable rosary, just put your name and address in a comment and I’ll get it sent out to you forthwith.

One is spoken for already (but I don’t have the address yet). Let me know which one you would like. Also let me know if you’re easy about it and would be happy with any of these.

These were made with love to assist our priests. Thanks to our rosary makers!

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Homily 2018 11 18 Angels & 4 last things

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Rather ferocious about the angels. Don’t be afraid.

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