Wednesday, February 04, 2009

Hey, at least no one has been killed...


Nonetheless, this falsely inflated media circus is not even the most important of this Pontificate! Or has it been forgotten that oversimplified or distorted reports of the Regensburg address caused actual deaths in areas with Muslim populations? And have the international news agencies apologized for that?

Anyone remember Regensburg?

BBC, NY Times and Guardian Appear to Have Stage-Managed Muslim Anti-Pope Hatred

OK kids, I'm going to tell you, using small words, what this is about.

The Catholic Church has been lying down and licking the boots of the poofs, the abortionists and secularists for the last forty years. We've gone from being the scourge of heretics and terror of Islams to the Lehmann/Daneels circus sideshow who have no more care for the great churches and cathedrals of Europe than to let them be used as mosques, toilets and venues for pornography.

At the same time, almost no one is in the pews on Sundays.

Now that there is a very large likelihood that upwards of two or three million real Catholics are suddenly going to be filling those pews with themselves and their enormous tribes of well-catechised and well-behaved children, the enemies of the Church know that they have lost the war.

The bishops who spoke below, know that they are about to be replaced, that their decrepit day-glo-flower dreams of taking over the Church and running it as a hippie commune, as robust forty years later as the music of Peter Paul and Mary, are crumbling. And the men who are going to replace them are going to have to be...shall we say, rather different sort of men.

The party, in other words, is over.


Anonymous said...

This is a good observance-the mainstream media has gone from bad to worse and hopefully it will not lead to deaths- the true enemies of the church are revealed.

Pope Benedict has done a great work in his Pontificate to both saints and sinners.

J D Carriere said...

Aw, why'd you have to go dragging Peter, Paul and Mary into it?

Anonymous said...


- Karen