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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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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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όμικρον (spelled with κ) said to be omnichron (spelled with χ of χρόνος) “All the time”

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όμικρον is transliterated omikron or at least omicron. I’ve been mocking Joey Biden on this blog for repeatedly saying “omnichron” (I have video proof) which takes two other words that together mean “all the time.” Why am I so mean? I’m not. I’m just pointing out that it is he who is mocking the world by calling this the “all-the-time” variant of Covid.

Look forward to getting smashed down all the more. Hello again to unsurveilled ballot collection boxes, ballot harvesting, unvetted voter lists, simply no voter IDs at all, no surveillance at voting stations, manipulated and destroyed voting machines, un-ending pre-voting with no accountability, lost truckloads of ballots, only just-found ballots at like 2:30 AM that all go to one party miraculously and only when all oversight has departed, blah blah blah. That’s what this is about. This is how America is becoming Amerika, as it were. “IT’S THE OMNICHRON VARIANT!!!!!”

By the way, the caption on that screen shot above… “Alarming”? Wait… What? Alarming to whom? I’m not alarmed. I’m fed up with all the social engineering, I mean political engineering, I mean genocide by liars, I mean the shepherds of the Church leading the State to persecute the Church all the more. Enough of this.

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UPDATE! Omnichron variant, symptom: mail in ballots

That’s what I would be afraid of. But I have no fear.

UPDATE: Send in by a dear friend:

  • From a comment I read yesterday: An anagram for Omicron = Moronic.

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Trump on Pencil-Neck Schiff. Not so anachronistic humor.

  • “Splutter! Splutter! Splutter! Father George! You’re so mean! Priests shouldn’t be, like, mean, and stuff, like…”

So, we’ve so easily forgotten about the pullout from Afghanistan and all the dead and all the tortured and all the left-behind?

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People giving up freedom

https://youtube.com/shorts/CY6lXRvTbxY

You might have to copy that link and paste it in the URL Address Bar…

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Winsome Sears: Virginia Lt Gov elect *great* speech: USMC!

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Henry V – The Daily Eve of Saint Crispin’s Day. Bonus: layman’s prophesy

Not only is every day the eve of Saint Crispin’s Day – Yes sir-eee – but it is more so as the days wear on:

  • What’s Biden going to do next?
  • What’s Pope Francis going to do next?
  • What are the bishops going to do to hurt unvaxed priests next?
  • What are politicos going to do to hurt church attendance next?

A great family travelled some hundreds of miles for Mass at Holy Redeemer this past Sunday. We had a great conversation afterward. We spoke quite frankly about pro-life matters. I shared with him my own little prophesy. He then shared his. I’ll get to my own imagination in a later post, but here’s a quick paraphrase of what he said:

  • People in general and Catholics in particular are going to be really upset as it becomes ever more evident that the “vaccines” are not “vaccines” but are all part of the great reset and are hurting not only health but also consciences. And they will leave the Church.

What’s the response of the politicos and weak priests and bishops who have been leading people to hell? The words are voiced with effeminate brow-beating, bullying: “We were men of consensus then, and we are men of consensus now. We’re with Joey-Baby still today.”

Over against them I say with Henry V (full inscape of the words intended): “And now [those] [in]bed shall think themselves accursed they were not here and hold their manhoods cheap while then he speaks that fought with us upon Saint Crispin’s Day.”

Of course, the “fighting” of which I speak is that of praying the Holy Rosary, of preaching the truth, of providing the Sacraments. That’s all. And that’s what’s needed. And it hits them broadside, unexpected, stunning them, as faith is that which is least expected as it is entirely unknown to them. “What’s happening?” they ask, stunned. Then hopefully they convert, a win-win. But compromise with the very Person of Jesus, also in the least of the brethren, begs for entrenchment as rationalization. Prayers from the monsters to God, begging for humility, is necessary. Yikes!

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That about sums it up: contrast and compare

Language in that last one. This was number one on the charts for while. Know your culture.

Comments in the counting room after Mass yesterday included high praise for the reporter in the last video, brilliantly getting the interview on-air by supplying the words “Let’s go Brandon” even while… you know…

Sorry, but I have to laugh. And now, on account of that laughter, I’ll probably have a warrant put out on me by the Biden Admin with puppets at the DOJ as FBI as CJIS in Bridgeport WV. ;-) … … … bwahahahahahahahaha! Oops!

Oh. I should comment on the intro of Johnny Cash to Ragged ol’ Flag lest I be red-flagged. He speaks of shooting anyone who would burn his flag. What he’s talking about, truth be told, is what is narrated in about the Star Spangled Banner in that other video above. That’s about defense of self and others from unjust and already being delivered deadly aggression. It’s sad that an explanation has to be given in our tender snowflake days. Anyway… Let’s go Brandon!

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Pope Francis: pro-abort politicos & Holy Communion

Oooo! Pope Francis is so strong against abortion, likening it to hiring a hit-man, a sicario, to solve a problem.

I’m calling this B.S. Why? Because he then says that the worst pro-abort politico can go to Holy Communion to receive Jesus who was Himself nine months in the womb of His Immaculate, Virgin Mother.

And that means that his dissing of abortion is NOT the dissing of abortion, but mere satire of “rigid” people, mocking them for being pro-life, mocking their belief in the Most Blessed Sacrament.

Pope Francis has zero moral authority for this priest. None. Zilch. Zippo. Nada.

I follow Jesus.

And I will deny any murderous pro-abort politician who comes up to receive Holy Communion in my little church.

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Things to do on Labor Day

The first was to say the Votive Mass of the Most Holy Trinity (Traditional Latin Mass) traditionally chosen as the Votive Mass on Mondays, which had no other feast on the universal traditional liturgical calendar.

The second thing to do was to change out the flag for some parishioners. Happy to do it. The Pledge was said, standing.

The third thing to do was to take a few hours off with some of the parish family. There was the iconic BBQ and then some of the more able bodied took to Badminton, named after Badminton House, an estate in Gloucestershire owned by the Duke of Beaufort.

In between, we solved all the problems in the world and in the Church.

With unknown origins (which I don’t like) Labor Day came about as a recognition of the rights of workers as human beings instead of their being sweatshop slaves with no rights. People of certain descent were really kicked in the face in the liberal northeast, especially the Irish and Italians… et al.

Unions got a bit exaggerated with the Mafia, newly enslaving workers who had to fork over most of their wages for the privilege of being slaves to new slave owners. Then Jimmy Hoffa got disappeared 30 July 1975. Then on 5 August 1981, Reagan began firing 11,359 ATCs without hesitation, just like that. That kind of simmered things down.

Lately, there’s a much better balance with much better working conditions, perhaps better than in any country in history, except that just right now, with the whole Covid thing, nobody wants to work, what with people being paid not to work. That’s crazy, so demeaning, so dispiriting, so transforming of self-starters into entitled and violent idiots.

God created us to also as His co-workers in His creation. Good work is, simply, good. When we don’t cooperate with our vocation, we lose hope in who we are before God and neighbor. That’s the point, of course, for politicians who lust after the power of control which ever-more-entitled-people then simply give to the ever more violent maniacs.

Labor Day shoves reality in the face of the present situation. I like that. Great day! Saint Joseph, pray for us!

BTW, if you don’t know, “Keeping holy the Sabbath” is all about honoring the first Labor Day, that is, for God!

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To my liberal friends in high places – Question: For whom would you vote?

Filthy liberals get triggered when you quote them exactly:

  • “You’re an old meanie, Father George! You’re partisan! Stay out of politics! You’re a priest and therefore have nothing to say in the public square! You must be silenced!”

Here.

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Betrayer in Chief Biden his time wasting time marking time: the time will come…

Book 11 of the Confessions of Saint Augustine describes the hell of time for unbelievers, all surreal, all dissociative, the future now presently past, no possibility of being in solidarity with others, simply wasting time marking time.

Biden checked his watch each time a coffin was carried out of the plane, thirteen times…

Did you ever notice that the Dali’s time-pieces are not all in sync? One has been thrown off, slowed down by six minutes by the Lord of the Flies, the death monger, Satan, making all seem absurd, surreal…

Look at the time piece draped over the coffin[?]; just under the “12” you’ll see a fly and its shadow.

But Saint Augustine provides the solution, Christ Jesus, for whom time is but a creation that He holds in His hands, from beginning to end. Jesus said that when He would be lifted up on the cross, stretching out His hands on the cross, He would draw all to Himself right across time into that one hour of mercy, where we could then be in solidarity with Him being in solidarity with us, in which time we would not be wasting time marking time. With Jesus we are brought into all time and out of time into eternity with Him. After all:

  • Copiosa apud eum redemptio – Redemption is abundant with Him

This is the Redemptorist church near Saint Mary Major Basilica in Rome, which I would pass by, and enter into, frequently. Mercy is based on justice. It is justice which makes mercy credible. But we have to choose with God’s grace to believe. We have to choose to see the justice of the wounds bringing mercy. We have to choose to see the coffins of those who laid down their lives for others, giving their lives that others may live.

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NOT Trump’s Evac Plan: Traitor Joe goes door to door. Bishops’ conscience triggers

Traitor Joe purposely left untold numbers of American citizens and Afghani interpreters behind to be methodically executed as had already been happening. We knew all this would happen – as scripted – long ago. It sends a message.

That’s you on the receiving end of those terrorist bullets. This couldn’t happen with a population well able to defend itself. That’s the reason why Traitor Joe wants to cancel the United States Constitution’s Second Amendment.

But now we’ve been pretending to solve all our problems with the murder of American Citizens in the womb for so long that it’s second nature to us just to go ahead and kill everyone: abortifacients, abortion, infanticide, and the purposed removal of live, healthy, fully developed, viable babies while extracting their organs for research and/or development and/or testing of “vaccines.” Murder for self-benefit.

I’m sure to be reprimanded by someone somewhere for “playing partisan politics” with this blog post. So, let’s tell it as it really is, shall we? I mean, why blame Traitor Joe? He’s just the easy, low hanging fruit. There are others who are much more responsible than he is for any death and destruction.

Our religious leaders – who should be leading the way with all that is respectful of God and neighbor and self – have instead dulled the consciences of all right through these decades, hurting the Lord’s Little Flock:

  • “You can choose according to your mature Christian conscience to go ahead and murder those made in the image and likeness of God, those least of the brethren with whom Jesus Himself identifies: ‘What you have done to the least of these you have done to Me’. So, go ahead, be mature! Kill ’em all!” (said with toothy smiles).

Once you murder the least of the brethren for your own benefit, it’s all becomes that blatant. And they don’t even realize that anymore. These “leaders” blather on about how people will work their way to heaven, saving themselves by supposedly exercising their consciences by going ahead and choosing to get the “vaccine” that involves the murder of the little ones. But murder is not what a conscience decides is right to choose. No. This sophistry is straight out of hell. It was used for contraception and abortifacients and abortion with a vengeance against life especially starting in July of 1968 in the rebellion against Pope Paul VI’s encyclical letter on human life, Humanae vitae, a vengeance that has only become more violent as the decades have clicked by. Now even the “orthodox” and “good” bishops are presiding over putting the image of Jesus to death so that they might look clever and nice and thus be able to be promoted. Ooo! Promotion! The same brow beating that went on then goes on now. Priests are removed for respecting Jesus in the least of the brethren.

But an erroneous conscience does not save. Only Jesus saves. Pope Pius XII says in his encyclical Mystici Corporis that Christ Jesus, from the first moment of His conception, embraced the entirety of the members of the Mystical Body of Christ, those He came to redeem and save. But Jesus in the womb is the last One these “leaders” will speak about when they provide rationalizations, sophistries, to go ahead and kill those in the womb who are made in the image and likeness of Jesus Himself. Never. Not once. Why is that. Guilty consciences? They should go to Sacramental Confession. And then confess publicly, guiding those they misled back to Jesus, back to respect for life.

I remember one Bishop in this sorry world – and I know so very many in so very many countries – who ever so condescendingly said that he respects those who for pro-life reasons don’t want to get the “vaccine”, but that in his (arch)diocese they will just keep pushing that everyone get the vaccine, praising those churches which became injection centers, bragging about priests and laity getting vaccines, making life miserable for those who don’t get the vaccine. Condescension praising stupid pro-lifers but marching on to all that is the culture and cult of death cries out to heaven for God Himself to intervene to stop these “leader”-monsters.

  • Don’t think that our religious “leaders” won’t be participating in photo-opps about how well they murdered people.
  • Don’t think that our religious “leaders” are not the ones pulling the trigger in that twitter video above.

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Biden’s “my boy”

Joe Biden: “I’m here with — with my senior adviser and boy who knows Louisiana very, very well — man — and — and New Orleans, Senator Crichmond.”

  • He called Senator Cedric Richmond “boy”. It’s difficult to get more racist than that. When his earpiece directed him to say “man” he did so, but he didn’t seem to know why.
  • He called this guy “Crichmond.” But it’s Cedric Richmond.

Tell me again who it is who votes the likes of Biden into office…

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UPDATE: This priest changed the anti-Semitism of the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey

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Have our U.S. Jewish or U.S.-Israeli Dual-Citizenship friends been cancelled by the American Community Survey of the U.S. Census Bureau of the U.S. Department of Commerce? I’m guessing that the anti-Israeli “Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions” (BDS) movement is strong in the ACS, Census Bureau and the Dept of Commerce. After all, (1) Arab League countries are included, such as with Lebanon and Egypt under “White” and, in contrast, (2) I’m guessing that everyone knows about what happened recently in Charlottesville against the Jews:

“I’m here for killing Jews” says the militant white supremacist in Charlottesville.

Do our Jewish friends identify the same as White Germans? Really? You’re going to make them say that?

Do our Jewish friends identify as the “White” Arab League countries named? Really? You’re going to make them say that?

Oh! My bad. I get it. Jews are relegated to writing in something with the last line: “Some other race – Print race or origin. What that means, though, is that they are not good enough to be White, you know, like the Lebanese on the northern border or the Egyptians on the southern border, or the Hitlerians still round about, say, in Suitland, MD. What that says is that Israel has no right to exist and must be annihilated from the face of the earth. Yep.

About that last line in the form – “Some other race – Print race or origin” – I would be tempted to write in “God’s ‘chosen people'” (Isaiah 43:30), you know, just to give everyone at the anti-Semitic ACS, Census Bureau, Commerce Department a heart attack. In case they claim to be Christian, I cite Jesus:

  • “Salvation is from the Jews” – Jesus (John 4:22).

Those who are marginalized, put beyond the peripheries, thrown into last place, will be first. Remember, as Saint Paul says:

  • “They are Israelites; theirs the adoption, the glory, the covenants, the giving of the law, the worship, and the promises; theirs the patriarchs, and from them, according to the flesh, is the Messiah. God who is over all be blessed forever. Amen.” (Romans 9:4-5)

UPSHOT: This is yet another reason among so very many why I absolutely will not, as a Catholic Priest, respond to the American Community Survey, even though if not doing so may well earn me Congressionally sanctioned penalties of up to $5,000.00 in fines and up to five years in a Federal Penitentiary. What a bunch of Neo-Nazis, right? Just a question. When you’re looking for genocidal criminals, sometimes you have to know that they may well come to knock on your door when they surmise that you are not complying.

Of course, I still bait them, advertise where I am. It’s not that I’m hiding. Here’s a picture from the slightly revised back of Sassy the Subaru, being more explicit about my dad’s foray’s into service for God and neighbor, always retaining my version of the Israeli flag:

Come and take me! While they pout about all this clarity over against their lack of capacity to be social justice warriors – so easy to see through their anti-American identity politics – making them frustrated and boorish and, I’m quite sure, violent bullies… meanwhile, must I really continue to point out why I can’t comply with such hateful madness in future posts?

I mean, I think all the posts I’ve written on this already should suffice to get some people fired and perhaps jailed for abuse of power over against we the people. Hey! That’s an idea!

Let’s see… who might be able to spearhead litigation or better, a Congressional inquiry, on something like this? Maybe the Simon Wiesenthal Center. After all, they are known for Holocaust research and remembrance, hunting Nazi war criminals, combating anti-Semitism, tolerance education, defending Israel, and its Museum of Tolerance.

UPDATE: After a blusterous apology for their racism some weeks ago (which seems to have disappeared!), here is what is now, at any rate, instead presented by the American Community Survey of the U.S. Census Bureau of the Department of Commerce, meaning, I win. ;-)

I still hope that the Jews write in at the very end: “The Chosen People.” ;-)

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