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Jab’s purpose the culling of humanity? Investigation into vial-lot-numbers.

https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/crimes-against-humanity-high-percent-of-covid-vax-deaths-caused-by-less-than-5-of-batches/?utm_source=featured&utm_campaign=usa

This Green New Deal has been going on for decades. The ideology is this: Less people = more green planet. I’ve heard this by so many right around the world right through the decades. The great reset. It’s what the demon-worshippers do.

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Priest: “I won’t get jabbed.” Bishop: “You’re mentally unfit and I’m going to suspend you.”

From the diocesan website:

  • Dear Reverend Father/Deacon: I write to you with both a request and a directive that follows from the request. My request is that all clergy within the Diocese of Burlington will be vaccinated [not a vaccine] against the Covid-19 virus. My reasons for this are simple and clear: both Pope Francis and emeritus Pope Benedict have been vaccinated [such anecdotes don’t belong in moral argumentation], the CDF has directed that it is morally licit to receive the vaccines [but they’re not infallible] even if they were created or tested using cells harvested from aborted fetuses [That’s pure insanity: murder is good because it’s murder. Wait.. What?], and Pope Francis [the demon-idol worshipper] has encouraged Catholics to be vaccinated as an “act of charity” [What about the babies, you fraudulent wolf in sheep’s clothing? Is it an act of charity to purpose-murder them for your own “benefit”?] that protects not just themselves but others. [It weakens people, opening them up more to infection and transmission.] Gentleman, as ordained clergy in the Catholic Church we should be leading by example. [And that means laying down one’s life for the least of the brethren, not murdering the least of the brethren.]

You can read the rest there. What I want to mention here is that this priest was hailed as a pastor in good standing, entirely mentally fit, until the very second that he rebelled about this Covid hysteria. Not just a coincidence, that. I mean, if he were to be a sycophant and assist in maliciously spreading hysteria, such sycophantic histrionics would be considered to be indicators of great mental stability. This isn’t about the priest. It’s about the bishop throwing a tantrum to get the attention of Pope Francis, right? “Look at me, Pope Francis! Reward me!” Just a question.

  • “But Father George! Father George! You don’t understand! You’re the one throwing tantrums all histrionically! You’re standing out from the crowd, that great crowd who proudly stand next to the Holy Father! You point to the right to life of… of… what?!… embryos?!… products of conception?!… tissues of a woman’s body?!… Who even cares about that?! You’re the one who’s a freaky hypocrite, Father George! You should stand in solidarity with Big Pharma! You really are stupid, Father George! I’m declaring you mentally unfit, because, like – splutter, splutter – and, like, stuff! So there! I hope they get rid of that priest up in Vermont! I hope they get rid of you as well! What is it with you priests?! Damn you all to hell along with those damned babies!”

Yep. One is reminded of the end of Chapter one of Saint Paul’s letter to the Romans. And if you look up what’s been happening up in Vermont, you’ll see that the description fits exactly:

  • Romans 1:18 The wrath of God is being revealed from heaven against all the godlessness and wickedness of people, who suppress the truth by their wickedness, 19 since what may be known about God is plain to them, because God has made it plain to them. 20 For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse. 21 For although they knew God, they neither glorified him as God nor gave thanks to him, but their thinking became futile and their foolish hearts were darkened. 22 Although they claimed to be wise, they became fools 23 and exchanged the glory of the immortal God for images made to look like a mortal human being and birds and animals and reptiles. 24 Therefore God gave them over in the sinful desires of their hearts to sexual impurity for the degrading of their bodies with one another. 25 They exchanged the truth about God for a lie, and worshiped and served created things rather than the Creator—who is forever praised. Amen. 26 Because of this, God gave them over to shameful lusts. Even their women exchanged natural sexual relations for unnatural ones. 27 In the same way the men also abandoned natural relations with women and were inflamed with lust for one another. Men committed shameful acts with other men, and received in themselves the due penalty for their error. 28 Furthermore, just as they did not think it worthwhile to retain the knowledge of God, so God gave them over to a depraved mind, so that they do what ought not to be done. 29 They have become filled with every kind of wickedness, evil, greed and depravity. They are full of envy, murder, strife, deceit and malice. They are gossips, 30 slanderers, God-haters, insolent, arrogant and boastful; they invent ways of doing evil; they disobey their parents; 31 they have no understanding, no fidelity, no love, no mercy. 32 Although they know God’s righteous decree that those who do such things deserve death, they not only continue to do these very things but also approve of those who practice them.

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Cardinal Parolin: “Kill ’em all! Babies murdered for vaccines donated themselves.”

torture chamber

If you know the Jack Bauer 24 Hours series, you will remember this scene when Jack rips out a “chip” from the stomach of an adversary while the guy is alive, without anesthesia, hastening that guy’s death.

The analogy, of course, is that big-Pharma gets a pregnant woman whose baby has been tested for maturity and perfect health into an ultra-sterile pharmaceutical laboratory to extract that baby and then, immediately, alive and now breathing, extracting organs from that healthy fully developed baby to use for research, testing, development of “vaccines.”

In the article below I make some objectively stated commentary on the words of Cardinal Pietro Parolin. I do not subjectively judge his soul. I know nothing about that. That’s for the Lord to judge, but if someone presents something, communicates something it can be objectively judged. When I call him a liar and murderer from the beginning I’m referring to his words. Just so we’re clear:

Murderer and Liar in Chief, the Cardinal Secretary of State, Archbishop Pietro Parolin, says that the purposed murder of these babies for our own selfish “benefit”, is, well, you know, if it’s just murder for testing instead of also for research and development, then that murder merely for testing is all good, even though testing is intrinsic to any research and development, is one and the same with research and development.

  • “But Father George! Father George! You have to be wrong! Pope Francis says it’s a moral obligation to get the murder-the-baby-jab, and he’s, like, the Pope and everything! So, like, there! Take that! Both the Pope and the Cardinal Secretary of State! Two against one. And they’re, like, big, and you’re, like, not! You’re in big trouble, Father George! Be afraid! Be very afraid!”

Pfft.

Here’s the great Edward Pentin getting written replies from Cardinal Parolin (January 11, 2022):

Cardinal Parolin Appears to Deny Conscience Right Exemption [= he totally rejects religious exemptions] from Vatican’s Pfizer Vaccine

Responding to a query about his Dec. 23 ruling mandating vaccination for all Vatican employees and visitors who haven’t recently recovered from COVID-19, the Vatican secretary of state indicated religious exemptions are not ‘justified’ with respect to mRNA vaccines. [Because, the commandment not to murder the innocent has no place in religion?! Cardinal Parolin is a liar and murderer from the beginning.]

VATICAN CITY — Cardinal Pietro Parolin has said Vatican employees seeking to be exempt from the Vatican’s new vaccine mandate because they oppose the vaccine’s link to abortion “seems not to be justified” as it was only tested rather than produced using the cell lines of aborted fetuses. [Testing requires the same murder, Cardinal Parolin, you liar and murderer from the beginning.]

On Dec. 23, Cardinal Parolin, who is the most senior Vatican official after Pope Francis, ruled that entry to the Vatican now was only to be permitted to those who were vaccinated [a demonic irony] or had recently recovered from COVID-19.

In Jan. 9 written comments to the Register [obviously a cynical political timing to influence SCOTUS], the Vatican Secretary of State said that the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine administered at the Vatican [“at the Vatican” – All of Vatican City needs an exorcism.] does not use such “cell cultures” in its composition or production but “only in the preliminary stages of vaccine testing in the laboratory.” [As if murdering a baby for testing is any less a murder. What a liar and murderer from the beginning.]

“On the other hand, other vaccines (Astra Zeneca, Johnson & Johnson) are actually produced from cell cultures that were donated [=purpose-murdered] about 40 years ago [time is not morally relevant, otherwise original sin, Redemption, a murder of someone more than 40 years ago is not relevant in regard to judgment for heaven or hell] for scientific purposes” [as if “science” is a license to murder], he added. [This freak Cardinal Parolin says that the baby donates himself or herself to be murdered and therefore it’s all good. What a freak demon. There has been many evil things said by Pope Francis and others in recent years, but this cynical statement about “donation” has to go down as the most evil statement in the entire history of the world, truly. What a liar and murderer from the beginning.]

“Therefore, it seems that not wanting to undergo vaccination with this motivation [of objecting to the vaccine’s abortion link] cannot be justified, since the vaccine that is currently used is precisely the Pfizer one that uses the mRNA method,” he said. [What a liar and murderer from the beginning.]

The Dec. 23 decree mandated vaccines for most employees and visitors, stating that staff without a valid “Green Pass” attesting to vaccination or recovery from the virus would be unable to access the workplace. Those lacking this documentation would be “considered a case of unjustified absence” and effectively suspended without pay.

Cardinal Parolin also decreed that, from Jan. 31, all Vatican employees who serve in contact with the public would be obliged to provide official documentation proving they had received the full anti-COVID vaccine, including the third booster dose. [So, he’s aware it doesn’t work at all.]

Vatican City State was one of the first territories to offer the Pfizer vaccine to its employees, back in December 2020, and both Pope Francis and Benedict XVI reportedly received both shots and the booster jab. [That’s not morally relevant.]

The cardinal, who was relaying information to the Register from “competent persons in these matters” whom he had consulted for his response, also briefly explained the messenger RNA (mRNA) technology that teaches cells how to make a protein that will trigger an immune response inside the body.

Cardinal Parolin said these “mRNA vaccines (the best known of which is Pfizer, the one we use) are produced with a technique that does not involve the use of cell cultures but are synthesized through a method that involves the insertion of fragments of genetic information into the bacteria belonging to the type of Escherichia Coli [bacteria that normally live in the intestines of healthy people and animals, but some strains cause illness].”

“These are subsequently left to multiply for several days in crops which are rich in nutrients,” the cardinal added. “In this way it is possible to extract numerous copies of the DNA sequence from which then the mRNA sequences used for vaccination are produced.” [Meanwhile, there are murdered babies in abundance. These guys are liars and murderers from the beginning.]

Vatican Document References

To buttress his position, the cardinal also made reference to a note “on the morality of using some anti-COVID-19 vaccines” published by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith on Dec. 21, 2020. The note declared it was “morally acceptable to receive COVID-19 vaccines that have used cell lines from aborted fetuses in their research and production process. [I know the CDF well, so well, when I was in Rome, that I did my famous “Day Off” with them, once going to climb the Gran Sasso d’Italia with the whole crowd. None of these guys are infallible. None of them will speak for anyone at the judgement. They’re just weak human beings. Nothing more, nothing less. To cite them as an authority as if they were infallible is something that’s done by liars and murderers from the beginning.]

“The fundamental reason for considering the use of these vaccines morally licit is that the kind of cooperation in evil (passive material cooperation) in the procured abortion from which these cell lines originate is, on the part of those making use of the resulting vaccines, remote,” it added. [Oh, really? Remote by way of time? Time is irrelevant. By way of place? Place is irrelevant. By way of number of people involved? That’s also irrelevant. It’s purposed-murder by big-pharma precisely for research, development and testing of vaccines. It’s all in one direct continuous line of complicit behavior, from the guy with the scalpel to the guy who receives the product of the purposed murder for his own selfish benefit. One Knight of Columbus told me that he was happy to have a baby be murdered for himself.]

The CDF note stated that using such vaccines does not in itself legitimize, even indirectly, the practice of abortion [Of course it does. This is the biggest promotion of abortion since Roe v Wade.], nor does it amount to a moral endorsement of the use of cell lines proceeding from aborted fetuses. [But that’s exactly, precisely and in great particularity what it does.] It also added that pharmaceutical companies and state health agencies are encouraged to produce alternatives “that do not create problems of conscience for either health care providers or the people to be vaccinated.” [So they admit there is a problem of conscience. So they just “encourage” alternatives as big pharma rakes in trillions of dollars.]

Furthermore, it stated that “vaccination is not, as a rule, a moral obligation and that, therefore, it must be voluntary.” [So how is it that these liars and murderers from the beginning are forcing “vaccines”?]

Cardinal Parolin also referred to a 2017 document from the Pontifical Academy for Life that used similar arguments to the CDF note, namely that the cell lines used are “very distant from the original abortions and no longer imply that bond of moral cooperation indispensable for an ethically negative evaluation of their use.” [“Distant”… in what? Perception? You freakoid liars and murderers from the beginning. Again, time and place and numbers of people make no difference in a directly committed murder with which one is complicit, from which one benefits in a direct continuum from the guy with the scalpel to the guy or gal receiving a jab. The moral cooperation is as formal and proximate as that murdered individual glaring at you with Jesus, asking Jesus how long it will be before He takes vengeance on their murderers. Jesus doesn’t scold them; He just instructs them to wait a bit longer. And then He will take vengeance, even against those who protest with their misused words.]

Catholic leaders have taken varying positions on receiving the vaccine, with some such as Bishop Athanasius Schneider and other pro-life Catholics rejecting the use of a vaccine with any link to abortion, and other pro-life faithful, including Princeton Professor Robert George, asserting it is morally acceptable to receive any of the COVID-19 vaccines currently available [which means he’s not pro-life at all].

Cardinal Parolin’s differentiation between what he attests is the moral acceptability of using the Pfizer vaccine as opposed to the Johnson & Johnson vaccine and the Astra Zeneca vaccine, is somewhat similar to guidance issued by the USCCB last March, which stated that the Johnson & Johnson vaccine raised “additional moral concerns” and that the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines consequently should be preferred. However, the USCCB guidance did not indicate there were no moral problems at all associated with the mRNA vaccines, and it also stressed the importance of continuing to “insist that pharmaceutical companies stop using abortion-derived cell lines.” [There are problems, but – ah, the hell with it – go ahead and use them but just say you object. All liars, all murderers from the beginning.]

The Register asked Cardinal Parolin about his new decree regarding anti-COVID restrictions: “Until now, personnel could self-exempt themselves from taking the vaccines against COVID by obtaining a negative test. Now those tests are no longer accepted, will exemptions be made for those personnel who cannot, in good conscience, take the vaccine on grounds of the vaccine having been derived (tested or produced) from aborted foetal stem cells?” [Great question, Edward.]

The full text of Cardinal Parolin’s Jan. 9 response to the Register follows:

mRNA vaccines (the best known of which is Pfizer, the one we use) are produced with a technique that does not involve the use of cell cultures but are synthesized through a method that involves the insertion of fragments of genetic information into the bacteria belonging to the type of Escherichia Coli. These are subsequently left to multiply for several days in crops which are rich in nutrients. In this way it is possible to extract numerous copies of the DNA sequence from which then the mRNA sequences used for vaccination are produced. In the case of mRNA vaccines, cell lines from aborted fetuses were used only in the preliminary stages of vaccine testing in the laboratory, but no cell lines from aborted fetuses are included in either the composition or production. On the other hand, other vaccines (Astra Zeneca, Johnson & Johnson) are actually produced from cell cultures that were donated about forty years ago for scientific purposes. Therefore, it seems that not wanting to undergo vaccination with this motivation cannot be justified, since the vaccine that is currently used is precisely the Pfizer that uses the mRNA method. Concluding, I would refer you to the Note on the morality of using some anti-Covid-19 vaccines issued by the Congregation for the Doctrine of Faith on 20 December 2020, as well as the document of the Pontifical Academy for Life issued on 31 July 2017. [In other words, a non-answer by which you know you’ve already been axed from your job. Such a liar and murderer from the beginning.]


  • “But Father George! Father George! You can’t say things like that! They won’t like you!”

My answer to that? Sigh. There’s no escape. These guys are not only unbelievers, they want to crush believers. What am I going to do? Be silent? They would still know that I’m a believer. I’m already dead. Thanks be to God and Immaculate Mary and my guardian angel. I’m already dead.

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UPDATED: SCOTUS “stays” OSHA ETS “vax” mandate for 100+ employees companies but health workers are smacked down

The question is, where is the free exercise of religion for health care workers?

Also, where does this leave the military?

This from the opening page of the “stay” order:

  • “Applicants now seek emergency relief from this Court, arguing that OSHA’s mandate exceeds its statutory authority and is otherwise unlawful. Agreeing that applicants are likely to prevail, we grant their applications and stay the rule.”

Here’s the PDF from the SCOTUS

At the end of the decision for 100+ employees companies we read the conclusion for the “stay”:

  • “The applications for stays presented to JUSTICE KAVANAUGH and by him referred to the Court are granted. OSHA’s COVID–19 Vaccination and Testing; Emergency Temporary Standard, 86 Fed. Reg. 61402, is stayed pending disposition of the applicants’ petitions for review in the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit and disposition of the applicants’ petitions for writs of certiorari, if such writs are timely sought. Should the petitions for writs of certiorari be denied, this order shall terminate automatically. In the event the petitions for writs of certiorari are granted, the order shall terminate upon the sending down of the judgment of this Court. It is so ordered.”

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Pope Francis to Diplomats (Jan 10 2022)

“It is […] important to continue the effort to immunize the general population as much as possible. This calls for a manifold commitment on the personal, political and international levels. First, on the personal level. Each of us has a responsibility to care for ourself and our health, and this translates into respect for the health of those around us. Health care is a moral obligation. Sadly, we are finding increasingly that we live in a world of strong ideological divides. Frequently people let themselves be influenced by the ideology of the moment, often bolstered by baseless information or poorly documented facts. Every ideological statement severs the bond of human reason with the objective reality of things. The pandemic, on the other hand, urges us to adopt a sort of “reality therapy” that makes us confront the problem head on and adopt suitable remedies to resolve it. Vaccines are not a magical means of healing, yet surely they represent, in addition to other treatments that need to be developed, the most reasonable solution for the prevention of the disease.”

  • [[My comment: Francis’ “reality” is that he is happy to murder the baby in the womb to research and develop and test “vaccines” upon their organs ripped from them. He pretends that he is the big-man, clever, the one who has it all figured out, that murder of the least of the brethren is the way to go and that he’s just condescending enough to lead the way for us. I reject that.]]

[…] “Agendas are increasingly dictated by a mindset that rejects the natural foundations of humanity and the cultural roots that constitute the identity of many peoples. As I have stated on other occasions, I consider this a form of ideological colonization, one that leaves no room for freedom of expression and is now taking the form of the “cancel culture” invading many circles and public institutions. Under the guise of defending diversity, it ends up cancelling all sense of identity, with the risk of silencing positions that defend a respectful and balanced understanding of various sensibilities. A kind of dangerous “one-track thinking” [pensée unique] is taking shape, one constrained to deny history or, worse yet, to rewrite it in terms of present-day categories, whereas any historical situation must be interpreted in the light of a hermeneutics of that particular time, not that of today.”

  • [[My comment: Francis cancelling people who want to worship God with the Ancient Rite is not consistent with his words here. He’s trolling, gaslighting. He’s monstrously tyrannical.]]

“Multilateral diplomacy is thus called to be truly inclusive, not canceling but cherishing the differences and sensibilities that have historically marked various peoples. In this way, it will regain credibility and effectiveness in facing the challenges to come, which will require humanity to join together as one great family that, starting from different viewpoints, should prove capable of finding common solutions for the good of all. This calls for reciprocal trust and willingness to dialogue; it entails “listening to one another, sharing different views, coming to agreement and walking together”. [2] Indeed, “dialogue is the best way to realize what ought always to be affirmed and respected apart from any ephemeral consensus”. [3] Nor should we overlook “the existence of certain enduring values”. [4] Those are not always easy to discern, but their acceptance “makes for a robust and solid social ethics. Once those fundamental values are adopted through dialogue and consensus, we realize that they rise above consensus”. [5] Here I wish to mention in particular the right to life, from conception to its natural end, and the right to religious freedom.”

  • [[My comment: the hypocrisy here is stunning: Francis insists on murdering babies in the womb for his abortion-tainted “vaccines.” Francis insists on making hateful prejudicial remarks against those who follow Jesus, the Living-and-Absolute-Truth. Francis insists on “values”, which puts morality on the level of the perception of the subject: “I value this or that…” you know, from the perspective of a fallen human nature. “Values” are the fastest way to guillotine the Catholic Church. I reject this.]]

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March for life 2022 has to be cancelled. Or is Tucker Carlson wrong?

Just to make sure I understand this, does Tucker really mean to say that Muriel Bowser, Mayor of D.C. forbids people to even go outside unless they have proof of “vaccination” at 12 years of age and proof of “vaccination” with photo I.D. at 18 years of age, and a mask, of course? In other words, does the March for Life have to be cancelled? Go to the end of the video: 7’12″…

So, I saw this on Muriel’s website:

But that seems to refer only to select indoor venues, January 15 to 26. The March for Life is on January 24. Is Tucker correct on this? Does he need to be called out. This is important!

There’s a big difference between “you’ll need papers to leave the house in D.C.” and simply being shut out of some restaurant or bar. But he says he’s quoting something verbatim… What’s going on?

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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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Knoxville Diocese cancelling unvaxed

(LifeSiteNews) “The diocese [of Knoxville] announced shortly before Christmas via email that all of its employees “must be fully vaccinated no later than January 31, 2022 or submit proof of a negative COVID-19 test every 7 days from a medical professional and wear a cloth face mask over his/her face and nose while at work.” Those who do not comply “will be subject to discipline up to and including termination.” The stated possible exemptions are narrowly given: “Employees may request an exception from this mandatory vaccination policy if the vaccine is medically contraindicated” or “may be legally entitled to a reasonable accommodation…because of a disability.”

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Notice that there is no possibility of a religious exemption. Ever. Because, you know, taking a machete to the womb of a woman to rip out her child to rip out its organs to do research and development and testing for “vaccines” is a religious thing to do. What a bunch of murderous hypocrites. As Jesus said:

  • “The time is coming when anyone who kills you will think they are proffering worship of God” (John 16:12).

That time has come, already a long time ago, since Jesus and the least of the brethren have been on the Cross.

The Diocese of Knoxville borders my parish for about 20 miles or so. If anyone in Knoxville Diocese is having a tough time getting Holy Mass or the Sacraments, like Confession and Last Rites, I will take care of you. The Lord’s Little Flock is not to be deprived of the grace of the Sacraments because of not being complicit in the the murder of the Lord, that is, the least of the brethren, in the womb.

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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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Damned herodian bishops! I choked up, teared up, got upset…

“Get the vaccine!” they shriek, that abortion-tainted vaccine.
“Kill Him! Kill ‘em all! Get me a vaccine! For me! My precious!”

These slimy murderous bishops. All y’all make me sick.

Damned Satanists. Just like Herod.

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Judas betraying Jesus with a kiss doesn’t mean I have to slobber all over Him as well.

From a reader about priests and popes who are jabbed and what we are to think and do about that:

  • “Conundrum: How do those who do not wish to receive the vaccine for ‘religious’ reasons explain to their non Catholic (and Catholic) friends when Pope Francis, the Pope Emeritus, their Bishops and their parish priests have all received the vaccine?”

Jesus was really disgusted that Judas betrayed the Son of Man with a kiss. Must we further the disgust of Jesus by also betraying him? People have free will, also priests and popes have free will. Just because they may choose to do something against Jesus in the least of the brethren doesn’t mean we are to take scandal and follow that bad and evil example.

Since when does someone else’s (objective) sin give me permission to sin as well? Leaning on that at the judgment will be a ticket to hell.

Priests and popes are not infallible in committing sin. No.

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Italian bishops conference joyfully praising “vax” mandate for all over 50 years old

Firstly, have a listen to Tucker’s summary of why any real-time threat of Covid is over, done, not a threat, and how insane it is to keep insisting on truly hurting real people with fake “vaccines” that only serve to weaken a person and help spread Covid, not infrequently causing irreparable injuries and death, with gross misrepresentation of numbers of deaths, combining a “case” of Covid as a cause of death when it was actually a traffic accident, a murder, anything for hospitals to claim that they had a “case” so as to get a kick-back:

https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/tucker-carlson-what-leaders-young-people-unforgivable

It’s all about keeping hospitals available, they say, even as real medications like Ivermectin is forbidden, which is murder by omission, and that just as much a murder as shooting someone in the head with a 50BMG. That’s the science, but the science is mocked by scientists and politicians alike.

The secular government in Italy just passed law mandating the “vax” for everyone over 50, with a testing-out option being forbidden. No more employment allowed. And don’t think of going to the bank to get money to pay for utilities and buy food. Going to the bank is forbidden as well. Meanwhile, the evil bishops of Italy are praising the starvation of great-grandma because, she doesn’t count when the bishops can appear to be heroes in their heroic stance to fight Covid.

https://www.avvenire.it/attualita/pagine/dallo-stato-una-triplice-tutela-della-vita

These self-congratulators say that they are heroes to protect individuals who are too stupid to get jabbed for their own benefit or too arrogant to care about protecting others by getting jabbed themselves. Again, the “vax” is a detriment to health, only weaking the person, making them the carriers of Covid, but all this talk about protecting others forgets that children were murdered so as to rip out their living organs so as to research such as the so-called “vaccines” on those organs, develop and those “vaccines” for the financial benefit of big-pharma. Are these Italian bishops a bunch of lying, murderous bishops? Just a question. The souls of those children are glaring at them next to our Lord, who was Himself in the womb of His dear Immaculate Mother for nine months. He will judge them, even if they think they can get out of that judgment by concentrating on embezzlement and gay-sex and demon pachamama idols.

Oh, and let’s make sure that, meanwhile, nobody but nobody offers the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass as it has been offered pretty much since the Last Supper until today. That reverence and devotion of the Ancient Rite is the greatest sin in the history of mankind, right? Instead of Jesus… Murder those babies! Worship Pachamama! Have a Blah Blah Synod™! And the thing is, the (cardinal) (arch)bishops do it, the evil sycophant self-hero-worshipping (cardinal) (arch)bishops do it. How dark. How evil.

Needless to say, I will not comply with any of the execration of these Satanists.

And just to say, far from decrying what the governments are doing right around the world, these ecclesiastics are leading the way in their Satanism. I don’t belong to their Satanic church.

I belong, ever since my baptism in 1960, I belong to the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. I am a priest of Jesus Christ by His mercy. I serve Jesus Christ, not a bunch of Satanists.

In saying this am I saying that I am no longer Catholic, that I am starting my own church? No. I am saying that I remain Catholic even while I decry these Satanic ecclesiastics to the bidding of Satan.

I will continue to serve Christ Jesus. I will not quit. They will have to kill me to stop me. But then I will continue to pray from heaven. And I do have that hope. I hope my hope is not presumption. We must have hope. It is given by the Holy Spirit.

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“Vax” mandate idiocy of church leaders

  • [HERE’s the full story.] “One’s own conscience cannot be placed, at any time and in any way, above the laws and rules that apply in society, which must also be taken into account,” Fr. Martin Kramara, the bishops’ spokesman, explained. “If someone decides to drive on the left in a country where everyone drives on the right, they cannot invoke freedom of conscience,” Kramara added, citing the cases of a doctor refusing to perform an abortion or euthanasia as legitimate examples of conscientious objection.”

That’s the most cynical bit of manipulation I’ve seen in a long time. Father Kramara cites a doctor legitimately refusing to do an abortion for reasons of conscience over against the State, but says no one can legitimately refuse the abortion-tainted “vaccine” for reasons of conscience over against the State.

No “vaccine”, no Sacraments. That’s so evil. So evil. And yes, I know, certain ecclesiastics I know will be “stunned” that I used the word “evil.” Whatever. I’m sick of their cowardly betrayal of Jesus in the least of the brethren. Murdering kids to get “vaccines” is evil.

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Thanks, Judge: Stay for SEALs against “vax” mandate. But it’s only a Stay…

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These guys live and die to protect our God-given unalienable Constitutional rights such as the free exercise of religion. They should not have those rights removed for themselves. Joining the military doesn’t mean you have no unalienable God-given rights just for laying down your life to protect those rights for your fellow citizens. Let’s be clear: this right is not provided by the government, which in that case could take it right back. Rather, it’s provided by God and can’t be removed by anyone. Some jerk like Joey Biden can forbid someone physically by imprisoning them, shooting them, whatever, but they still retain that right in front of God who will come to judge also Joey Biden.

Meanwhile, taking a step back to see the bigger picture, we see a secular judge being more concerned about God-given rights to the free exercise of religion than religious leaders, with religious leaders, almost to a man, not only denying religious exemptions, but militating against them, demanding that governments around the world not permit religious exemptions. That’s religious leaders doing that. Again, God will come to judge the living and the dead and the world by fire. Even bishops will God judge.

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USMC “vax” mandate axes 200 best, brightest

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FoxNews story: HERE. Well worth the read. One Marine wrote 30 pages on why he is sincere with his religious beliefs in seeking a religious exemption. That was denied out of hand against the non-establishment clause. The Dem appointed Brass throughout the military are horrific anti-American betrayers of all that is the Constitution of these USA. For shame. They remove the best and the brightest so as to purposely weaken the military, to purposely put these USA at risk. The “vax” only weakens people, causing them to get the virus and spread the virus. That’s the point. The more people dead, the better for the “green new deal.” This is why the “greenies” have pushed abortion for decades.

Here’s the deal: It’s the top Brass, as it were, of the religious hierarchy who lead by example, giving permission, as it were, to slit the throats of all would like to enjoy their first amendment rights of the free exercise of religion: “Get the ‘vax’ or else you priests can’t provide sacraments even to those actively dying!” Sorry, that analogy limps. Most priests, not the best nor the brightest, are wimps and stupid, and so get the “vax,” and don’t have their throats slit. Too bad, that.

I’m no Donatist heretic, but a future Pope ought to absolutely permanently remove these Judas-betrayers who are interested in nothing but the raw power of death. Feel the power! Is that what they’ll say to themselves at the judgment, before Jesus, who was in the womb of His Immaculate Mother for nine months, Jesus, who said that what you do to the least of these you do to me?

The “vaccines” came about through the direct murder of healthy, fully developed babies, ripping out their living organs, so as to research, develop and test “vaccines” all in a continuum until today. Time is not a moral criterium. Directly doing evil to achieve “good” damns one to hell: this is not a double effect side-effect. This is not rocket science. Jesus isn’t going to accept some lame excuse: “But the USCCB told me that it’s, like, all good to murder children for the benefit of my feeling the power, like, and stuff.”

My thanks go to the USMC 200, who will go down in history as the best of the best, the brightest of the brightest, who had the honest and integrity to stand up for the Constitution, to stand up for the inalienable rights of the citizens of these USA, to stand up for the free exercise of religion. Thank you.

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Ottowa’s Cardinal Lacroix cancels all Masses for entire Christmas Season

The Cardinal, not the government, cancelled all Mass from Christmas Eve until the close of the Christmas season with the Baptism of the Lord on January 9. But – Hey! – funerals are good to go (that’s so sarcastic, cynical), and individuals venturing into some church will be turned away unless they have their vax passport, and that latter bit is a government stricture. Just in case some rebellious priest offers Mass somewhere, the Cardinal reminds everyone that reception of Communion at Mass is prohibited.

It’s really tiresome to hear from these “shepherds” and the politicians for going on two years now that the coronavirus knows exactly, to the minute, to attack exactly at Christmas and the Easter Triduum, so that churches are locked down and the Lord’s Little Flock is locked out, just then, to the minute. It’s so sarcastic, so cynical. “Stunning”, really…

Meanwhile, the “boots on the ground” have let me know that more priests in Canada have been forbidden to provide the sacraments, even to the dying, because they will not get the abortion-tainted vaccine.

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Biden’s POOP: Path Out Of Pandemic mandate back for 100+ employees, all (arch)dioceses

Yesterday, 17 December 2021, the 6th circuit court of appeals got the case by lottery, and overturned the previous stay of execution, so to speak, for the vax mandate for companies of 100+ employees, a minimum including all (arch)dioceses in the USA. The mandate and it’s draconian penalties are now fully back in force.

Just moments after that decision, yesterday, 17 December 2021, a coalition of dozens of companies made an emergency appeal to the Supreme Court of these United States. Finally. But given the recent track record of new “Justices” of SCOTUS, there is little hope, but we will pray. The problem is the the history of SCOTUS going way back is extremely pro-vaccine. Yep. If SCOTUS refuses to hear the appeal, the mandate and country-ending penalties remain in place.

  • “Penalties for noncompliance with the ETS [Emergency Temporary Standard] are consistent with existing OSHA violation penalties. OSHA may issue a penalty for violating or failing to follow the ETS up to $13,653 per violation. Penalty for failure to abate an OSHA citation may be up to $13,653 per day beyond the abatement date. For willful or repeated violations, the penalty may be up to $136,532 per violation.” (National Law Review)

As of this very moment, the first deadline of the mandate, 5 December 2021, is already past. The more draconian mandate deadline of 4 January 2022 (the 30th anniversary of my priestly ordination) is just a couple of weeks away.

I won’t comply with any abortion-tainted murderous fake-vaccine. Nor can I afford $13,653.00 dollars every single day, nor – when it is found out I’m obstinate – $136,532.00 per violation, that is, per day.

  • About the recent court maneuvers: HERE.
  • An extensive summary of OSHA requirements and penalties and deadlines: HERE.

There is zero chance that any (arch)diocese is going to pay $136,532.00 per violation, that is, per day, per priest who is not vaxed, and let’s just say that that’s for the reason that any (arch)diocese would be bankrupt before the projected end of the first tentative mandate period: 4 May, 2022. That date will, at any rate, likely be pushed forward beyond Super Tuesday, November, 2024. Right? That’s the best case scenario for motivations, bankruptcy.

If SCOTUS lets the mandate stand, I have to wonder what will happen to tens of millions of people, many of them sheep of the Lord’s Little Flock. Loss of jobs, loss of residence, total loss. Their being thrown into a dumpster will have a knock-on effect for hundreds of millions of people nationally and then, of course, on the rest of the world.

  • “But Father George! Father George! You’re so dramatic! The SCOTUS will take up the case and will rule the way YOU want them to rule, Father George! The world does revolve around you and your little desires! Don’t worry! Just get the vaccine! We did!”

So say the top shepherds of the Lord’s Little Flock, from the Pope on down, increasingly sarcastic, increasingly vicious.

For myself, I couldn’t care less about being thrown into a dumpster. I am concerned about the Lord’s Little Flock: what about the provision of the Sacraments for the lambs who want the Sacraments?

And the answer from the Pope on down… is…

I mentioned this post to Father Gordon this morning, and his response was:

  • “Let’s go, Brandon!”

If I were to get the testing every week ($139.00 per test) it would amount to $7,228.00 per year.

OSHA already realizes that there may be unavailability of tests and those surveilling tests but have not offered a work-around for that.

Many (arch)bishops around the world, already mandating the vaccine for their priests and workers and all volunteers in parishes, etc., mock those who ask for a religious exemption. Yep.

Lemme get this right: priests who offer Mary’s Son at the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass are being required to be complicit in the murder of babies, the littlest of the brethren, by getting a vax that was researched on the organs ripped from those babies, was developed with the organs ripped from those babies, or was tested on organs ripped from those babies? Yep. That’s the case. I will not comply.

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Passport Required to go to Mass in Quebec

If demonic execrations like this come to Andrews, I won’t be playing policeman, checking Covid passports. If anyone says they have one, I’ll tell him to go to Confession.

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Family and Clergy access to patients in hospitals in North Carolina

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Legal Positivism vs Natural Law and Divine Law: It’s a license to kill.

Law describes rights and duties with an eye to Truth. Man’s law should be consonant with Natural Law and respect Divine Law.

Any old law enacted by man is not consonant, does not respect truth simply because it is enacted as law by man, as if all men were infallible. Legal positivists shriek:

  • “Because legislation was passed by a legislature or decreed by a tyrant it is to be praised by God Himself! It is law, and therefore it is good!”

That’s called legal positivism. We meet up a lot with that these days, also among priests and bishops who refuse to use their brains, who think that they embrace the faith in rejecting reason, who are so entirely aware that what they do is going against Natural Law and Divine Law that they become nervous: “Don’t make me think! It’s the law! Just follow it!”

One priest scolded me when he said that unless I comply with whatever, there may come a time when I will be forced to go against my conscience, and I should just get over whatever objection and comply, you know, because it’s the law, and they can hurt you.

No, no one can hurt me. It is all of eternity which makes up the background of my decisions for integrity. A few years (presumed!) on this earth with a lack of integrity, haunted at every moment of every day by that darkness of a decision to make lack of integrity the center of my life, is not somehow better than all of eternity in heaven. And this is the point of legal positivism: fear of doing what is right because of consequences in this world. What a bunch of freakin’ cowards.

Law should reflect Truth’s splendor. The splendor of Truth is a good moral life. Law is all about morality: Do not murder! Do not bear false witness! Do not steal! Do not commit adultery! That’s Natural Law and is also revealed to our dark and fallen human nature by God.

But what if human legislation passes law against Natural Law and Divine Law? Then that law is not law at all says Saint Thomas Aquinas. Evil law, not being law, is not to be obeyed or disobeyed, but is to be simply ignored as it is nothing. But when I say this self-evident fact, it is met instantly with the statement that only I think like that in the whole world and everyone else goes along to get along so why don’t I just go along to get along?

How about this: Because I love Jesus, who said, “If you love me, keep MY commandments.” He didn’t say that if we love Him, we are therefore to keep whatever law that was legislated by human beings over against God.

  • “You mean we actually have to think and use our free will and say: “I am the king’s good servant, but God’s first” and then face the consequences?

Yes, that’s exactly what what I’m saying. I’m saying that the cowardly legal positivists should love Jesus. Even the kids are fed up with the blah-blah-blah of the legal positivists:

Here’s what you get with legal positivism, which is not so very positive:

“It’s the law!” they shriek, yes, also those “conservative” positive legalist priests shriek this, again and again, no matter what the stupid and evil law happens to be: “It’s the law! It’s the law! It’s the law!”

One of those legal positivists was the archbishop present at the beheading of Thomas More. But it’s not a thing of the past. It never is. It is with us today. All around. Do God’s law out of love of Jesus and you’ll find out right quick where people stand. It’s surprising who stands with legal positivism over against God.

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