Monthly Archives: May 2013

So You Think I Am Too Hard on Dolan, Huh?

To call Timothy Dolan, the Cardinal Archbishop of New York and the head of the U.S. bishops conference, dumber than a box of hair is being EXCESSIVELY KIND to Dolan, and slandering piles of hair everywhere.

I’ve seen bags of wet mice that were sharper than Dolan.

In case you haven’t heard, Dolan and the Archdiocese of New York has been HAPPILY covering contraception, sterilization and abortion through their health insurance program all along. So, yeah, Dolan will never, ever take any of this into court because they would be LAUGHED OUT THE DOOR post haste.

This program is from ChurchMilitant.TV

Starting Thursday Off Right

† Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy Name. Thy kingdom come. THY WILL BE DONE, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And FORGIVE US OUR TRESPASSES, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but DELIVER US FROM EVIL. †

Meet St. John of Capistrano. In AD 1454 he was sent to Frankfurt to preach a crusade against the musloid political system and invading hordes. Even though he was 70 years old at the time, his preaching was so manfully excellent that an entire army mustered and formed around him AS THE COMMANDER. He then led this army into battle himself and liberated the city of Belgrade, which was under siege by the Ottoman Turks, with the Hungarian commander John Hunyadi. This was a pivotal victory which saved all of Europe from being overrun by the musloid hordes, and likely miraculous as the musloid force was as much as three times the size of St. John’s and Hunyadi’s 50,000 man combined army.

This man’s preaching MUSTERED AN ARMY, which he then LED INTO BATTLE HIMSELF.

How long, how long, how long, O Lord? Send us men like St. John of Capistrano.

St. John of Capistrano, pray for us.

Kyrie eleison.
Christe eleison.
Kyrie eleison.

Japan Setting a Good Example and Fanmail

1. The musloid problem is actually being handled quite well by the Japanese. This was sent to me and I find it fascinating and inspiring. The only nit to pick is, of course, that islam is NOT a religion. It is a totalitarian political system masquerading as a religion.


Have you ever read in the newspaper that a political leader or a prime minister from an Islamic nation has visited Japan ?

Have you ever come across news that the Ayatollah of Iran or the King of Saudi Arabia or even a Saudi Prince has visited Japan ?

Japan is a country keeping Islam at bay. Japan has put strict restrictions on Islam and ALL Muslims.

The reasons are :

1) Japan is the only nation that does not give citizenship to Muslims.

2) In Japan permanent residency is not given to Muslims.

3) There is a strong ban on the propagation of Islam in Japan .

4) In the University of Japan , Arabic or any Islamic language is not taught.

5) One cannot import a ‘Koran’ published in the Arabic language.

6) According to data published by the Japanese government, it has given temporary residency to only 2 lakhs, Muslims, who must follow the Japanese Law of the Land. These Muslims should speak Japanese and carry their religious rituals in their homes.

7) Japan is the only country in the world that has a negligible number of embassies in Islamic countries.

8) Japanese people are not attracted to Islam at all.

9) Muslims residing in Japan are the employees of foreign companies.

10) Even today, visas are not granted to Muslim doctors, engineers or managers sent by foreign companies.

11) In the majority of companies it is stated in their regulations that no Muslims should apply for a job.

12) The Japanese government is of the opinion that Muslims are fundamentalist and even in the era of globalization they are not willing to change their Muslim laws.

13) Muslims cannot even think about renting a house in Japan .

14) If anyone comes to know that his neighbour is a Muslim then the whole neighbourhood stays alert.

15) No one can start an Islamic cell or Arabic ‘Madrasa’ in Japan .

There is no Sharia law in Japan .

16) If a Japanese woman marries a Muslim then she is considered an outcast forever.

17) According to Mr. Kumiko Yagi, Professor of Arab/Islamic Studies at Tokyo University of Foreign Studies , “There is a mind frame in Japan that Islam is a very narrow minded religion and one should stay away from it.”

2. More fanmail, this time via email from a Mister Mohamed Megahed whose email address, if anyone is interested, is mohamedmegahed1@hotmail.com :


To: Ann Barnhardt
Re: Lets do it

I hope your kids get cancer u slut I hope your family dies in the one day and u live to live a sad life. If your parents are alive I hope death upon them too. And if they are dead I will piss on they graves the worthless peasants. I wanna meet up with you so I can make u a c*m bucket.

As I have said many, many times, the devil and his minions are so utterly impotent that it becomes farce.

Starting Tuesday Off Right

† Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy Name. Thy kingdom come. THY WILL BE DONE, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And FORGIVE US OUR TRESPASSES, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but DELIVER US FROM EVIL. †

St. Gereon of Cologne. Yet another Roman Legion commander who stood up to the emperor, in this case Maxentius, and manfully went to his execution rather than offer sacrifice to pagan faux-deities.

I’ll keep posting these because I want you all to realize that there is not one man in the United States military of any significant rank (let’s call that Major or higher) that will stand up to this murderous, treasonous, seditious regime. These perfumed prices cannot fathom so much as delaying a promotion, much less losing their precious, precious pensions to stand up to a cadre of psychopath neo-Stalinist sodomites and murderers.

St. Gereon and his men, and countless thousands upon thousands of others all went to their deaths.

Meanwhile, our officers can’t detach their lips from the hindquarters of the regime and its largesse. Pucker up, boys.

Unpleasant but Necessary Piece on Pope Francis 1

In the continued spirit of fulfilling my apparent vocation of being the person who faces and then clearly explains the unpleasantries of life, let’s have a little talk about Pope Francis.

The incident precipitating this essay happened last week, but this has been building for a while. Pope Francis has acquired the habit of saying daily Mass in a chapel on the grounds of the Vatican (and, of course, the chapel is ugly, often described as looking like a particularly cheap set piece from the original Star Trek series, because, you know, ugliness equals poor and dazzlingly humble, or something † don’t get me started).

In these near-daily Masses, Pope Francis has been delivering what are being called “sermonettes”. They are delivered off-the-cuff, and are breathlessly reported by the global press after being picked up from the original reportage by the Vatican Press Office. And, as is expected, and as is very easy to do, the press sensationalizes Francis’ words and frequently scandal and error regarding Church teaching is the result. Last week Francis made headlines with one of his sermonettes that was widely interpreted as implying the possibility of salvation for atheists qua atheists through good works.

Double facepalm.

Believe it or not, the point of this piece is NOT to pillory the press. In fact, I will offer a defense of the press, which even I am having a hard time getting my head around. Here’s the deal. Pope Francis, while the Vicar of Christ gloriously reigning, is not a terribly bright man. What brings Jorge Maria Bergoglio’s intellectual shortcomings into even starker relief is the fact that his predecessor, Benedict XVI Ratzinger is not only a bona fide genius, but also † still alive. Francis is a mediocre intellect, poorly educated, and a member of an order (the Jesuits) that is so far-gone that it should be suppressed. Layer on top of this the generation of which Francis is a product: perhaps the most godless, evil, blind generation in human history, and add in the fact that while being poorly educated in the age of the hippy, he has also lived his entire life in South America, which has been more steadily and overtly influenced by Marxism, both in the secular world as well as in the Church, than either Europe or North America over the last fifty years.

Jorge Maria Bergoglio is the first “affirmative action” pope – which is a different thing entirely from nepotism. The College of Cardinals, again, not exactly a collection of the smartest men in the world – remember Tracksuit Timmy Dolan, dinner host of antichrists and celebrant of “gay” Masses, a man whose capacity for intellectual nuance is on par with a box of hair, is not only a cardinal, but the head of the U.S. Bishop’s conference – went into the conclave wanting to elect not the best man, not the brightest intellect, not the most competent manager. No. The criteria were racial and geographical. “Um, we need to have a pope from the Western Hemisphere. We need to have a pope from a Spanish-speaking country. We need to make the Latinos feel good and keep the Latino money flowing, because they are the only ones not contracepting themselves into extinction.”

And, if this culture of stupidity persists, then mark my words: they will elect a black African next time for no other reason than “affirmative action”.

Now, back to Francis’ sermonettes, and defending the press. There is a tremendous uproar on the internet with people cursing the Vatican Press Office for not releasing the full transcripts of Francis’ sermonettes but instead only piecemeal summaries consisting of brief quotes from Francis with press-written prose between the quotes to give context. “Give us the full transcripts!”

The reason they aren’t releasing the full transcripts is because Francis’ sermonettes are so rambling, so incoherent and sometimes so embarrassing in their delivery (verbal ticks like, “eh?” and “right?”) that the Vatican Press Office is trying to protect both Francis and the dignity of the Holy See by taking Francis’ stream-of-consciousness rhetorical sausage and presenting it as something that could maybe pass as steak. And remember, we are coming off of the pontificate of Ratzinger, who was and is a rhetorical genius, and who routinely delivered not just steak, but super-prime rhetorical filet mignon with the care and precision of speech that one would expect from the Vicar of Christ – and even then could still be quoted out of context or have his words twisted by the press and the world.

While some people might shallowly claim to love Francis’ “down-to-earth style”, the events of last week in particular brought to the fore why it is that Francis needs to be “sat down” and told in no uncertain terms that he MUST stop these rambling sermonettes. When you are the Pope, the Vicar of Christ, the head of the Magisterium of the Church, the world will hang on your every word, both for good and for ill. Obviously, good Catholics are interested in what the successor to Peter has to say. Conversely, the Enemy and all of his minions are looking to pounce of every single opportunity for scandal and confusion. Rambling, off-the-cuff sermonettes are fertile, fecund soil in which to cultivate scandal and confusion. That is what happened last week. Francis’ rhetorical slop resulted in countless atheists becoming convinced that they could go to heaven so long as they occasionally do good works. It also resulted in scandal as many Protestants who subscribe to the Lutheran “sola fide” (faith alone) heresy were given a huge bit of ammunition with which to confuse and seduce the ignorant, uncatechized Catholics, which is to say 99.99999% of modern Catholics.

We are indeed saved by faith, but faith without works is dead. But, what Francis either doesn’t understand or was negligent in not making clear, is that good works without faith are without merit. What Francis’ bumbling sermonette slop last week implied, and was splashed all over the planet within minutes, was that works alone could somehow save atheists qua atheists. I don’t know if Pope Francis actually believes that – it is possible given that he is indeed a hippy Jesuit from South America. I cannot over-emphasize how poorly educated and contra-educated these people are. The point is that he isn’t sharp enough to ANTICIPATE the reaction to his words, and then rhetorically pin-down any loose ends so that there can be little to no confusion. A speaker who covers all of his bases and essentially rebuts and answers all questions before they can even be asked is said to be “shooting in a tight circle”. Francis does not shoot in a tight circle. Francis lacks the self-awareness to realize that he is NOT a rhetorical genius, and thus the humility to just † not speak, which is generally good advice for any Pope. Say as little as possible, Holy Father. Additionally, he also lacks the self-awareness to recognize the scandal that he causes both among the faithful and those outside the Church.

Unpleasant but Necessary Piece on Pope Francis 2

Christ’s death made the salvation of all men POSSIBLE. It did NOT accomplish the salvation of all men. Every person beyond the age of reason must cooperate with the salvific work of Christ through FAITH. The fruit of that faith will then be works, upon which we will all be judged. The atheist, by definition, has zero faith and relishes in the fact that he has zero faith. The atheist has positively, proactively embraced the position that God Himself does not exist. Ratzinger has written that the foundational premise of charity (caritas, love) is happiness at the fact of the existence of another. “I am happy that you exist.” That statement is the essential beginning of charity. The atheist rejects the existence of Goodness Himself, of Love Himself, which is a complete rejection of faith. Thus, no matter how many good works an atheist performs, so long as he remains faithless, rejecting the very existence of Goodness and Love, there is no way he can be saved. And, as a corollary, since the Church is both the Body of Christ and the Bride of Christ making the two “one flesh”, and since Christ is the Second Person of the Triune Godhead, the Church Triumphant (heaven) is actually extant INSIDE of God (John 17). Thus, there is no salvation outside of the Church. Spes Unica.

Pope Benedict just finished a huge theological and liturgical war over correcting the words of consecration of the Precious Blood in the Novus Ordo (new) Mass. The Marxist-sodomite infiltrators in the 20th century succeeded in changing the phrase “which shall be shed for you and for many” (pro multis) to “for all” (pro omnes). This was clearly wrong, and is why Pope Benedict corrected it, thanks be to God. If Christ’s salvific work applied to all men in fact, instead of in potentiality, then men are nothing more than chessmen or toys in the eyes of God. Our lives and our decisions have no meaning. Do what you want. Sin boldly (as Herr Psychopath Luther said.) You’re saved. You are a saved object. And at that point, can God really be happy that you exist, when He doesn’t even care whether or not you love Him, whether or not you sin (stop and think about that) or care whether or not you even believe that He Himself exists?

This is wrong. Christ said, “for you and for many” precisely because He loves us, is happy that we exist as created individuals, and thus gifts us with the sovereignty to a.) believe that He exists in the first place and then b.) to freely choose to love Him. The freedom to reject Him is the ultimate proof set of His love for us. If Christ had actually said, “for you and for all” then He would be nothing more than a strong-arm dictator and we would be nothing more than mindless drones that He created for His purely selfish amusement. Francis’ sloppy little sermonette just undid a massive amount of the good work that Pope Benedict did in regards to this profoundly important and temporally relevant issue. This is why Francis, even if he 100% sound on these questions in his own mind, is STILL doing terrible harm. When you are the Pope, the game changes. You haven’t merely been transferred from being the leader of the diocesan community of Buenos Aires to being leader of the diocesan community of Rome. You are the Vicar of Christ. Humility DEMANDS that you recognize this … and tremble.

Re-read that last paragraph and then ask yourself why it is that Marxist infiltrators would be so insistent upon pushing the “for all” mistranslation. Then, ask yourself if the false description of God as a “strong-arm dictator” using humans as mindless drones for His amusement sounds like any other political system. Ah, indeed. It is basically a description of the musloid political system, isn’t it? This is why we need to be building walls, not bridges. Big, enormous walls.

Now, to historical precedence. Pope John XXII (22nd) reigned from AD 1316 to AD 1334. Pope John made a theological mistake in an informal sermon he delivered in a private papal chapel. (Sound familiar?) Pope John said that no one will enjoy the Beatific Vision (heaven) until after the General Judgment. This is flatly wrong, and there was a huge uproar by theologians and the laity when he said this. A group of theologians wrote a stern rebuttal letter, told the Pope, gloriously reigning, that he needed to sit down and shut his gob on this question until such time as he was able to recant in writing, because he was wrong, and his little off-the-cuff sermon in the private papal chapel in the 14th century was freaking everyone out and causing intolerable confusion and scandal. Pope John XXII did indeed issue a written correction, and his successor, Pope Benedict XII (12th) promptly promulgated the apostolic constitution Benedictus Deus which once and for all corrected John XXII’s mistake. And thus we see from this episode that papal infallibility does NOT extend to informal sermons made by the Pope in daily Mass. But then, we already knew that.

Finally, just a word to all of you effeminate ninnies out there gnashing your teeth over how mean I am, and how it isn’t nice to say anything bad or in criticism as such a NICE man as Pope Francis, who always gives you such a warm, fuzzy feeeeeeeeling whenever you see him on teevee. Darn right I’m mean. It’s called zeal. It’s called courage. And despite what some people think, it is something that is supposed to INCREASE if one is indeed drawing nearer to God. If one actually reads what the prayers of the Mass really say each day, a constant theme all year long, but especially around Pentecost, is the begging of God to ever increase our zeal and to save us from lukewarmness. Come, Holy Spirit! Fill the hearts of Thy faithful, and enkindle in them the fire of Thy love! Dear God, please never permit me to “calm down”. This effete sentimentality, if not curbed, will be the death of us all.

Humility means “honesty”. It doesn’t mean physical poverty. It doesn’t mean false modesty. It means having the gift of self-awareness such that one can see one’s own strengths and *especially* faults. Pope Francis is not a good speaker. If he truly wants to embrace humility, he will stop the confusion and scandal that are coming from his excessive extemporaneous talks, will work doubly hard on making certain that any written texts he either publishes or reads verbatim are not only sound, but also well-written and constructed, especially since this is AD 2013, not AD 1330, and every word the Pope speaks can now be instantly transmitted all over the world. I strongly suspect that Pope John XXII would concur enthusiastically.

Does this all mean that everything Pope Francis says is wrong? Of course not! But, it does mean that we should expect more of these types of incidents, and be able to parse them accordingly. Let’s take off the rose-colored glasses and face facts. He isn’t a Ratzinger and never will be. Not even close. Thus, these sermonettes must not be assigned the kind of gravity that even the most casual of Ratzinger’s remarks merited.

Viva il Papa.

Starting Monday Off Right

† Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy Name. Thy kingdom come. THY WILL BE DONE, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And FORGIVE US OUR TRESPASSES, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but DELIVER US FROM EVIL. †

The Blessed Virgin Mary of Lepanto. Yes, she is wearing BATTLE ARMOR. The Battle of Lepanto was a naval battle in AD 1571 between a confederation of southern European states and the invading musloid hordes. The Blessed Virgin was invoked and the Rosary was recited by hundreds of thousands if not millions of Europeans on the same day invoking the assistance and intercession of the Blessed Virgin at the battle. Despite being outgunned, the Holy League prevailed, the musloids were driven back, and Europe was saved.

Mama will suit up and boot up if her children ask. The trouble today is that not only does no one ask, most people hate her. It is the third most vicious class of hate mail I receive. 1. musloids. 2. 9/11 truthers / neo-Nazis 3. Protestants who hate the Blessed Virgin

Ah well. It’s your funeral.

Miscellany: Racehorse Insomnia Edition

1. Prayers for the Moore, Oklahoma victims. Good grief. It just never ends.

2. The U.K. is totally lost. Musloids are literally sawing people’s heads off in broad daylight in the middle of the street while encouraging others to video the beheading whilst screaming “allah akbar” and declaring “you will never be safe here” and the Brits report that they haven’t pinned down a motive or determined if it is terrorism. Sign the papers. It is over.

3. Life in the van down by the river continues apace. I need to stop laying awake at night reading, though.

4. On a cool note, a chap named a racehorse after me this week. That doesn’t happen every day. Meet ANN OF LONE TREE, a two year old Thoroughbred filly who will start racing this summer. What a beautiful horse! Goodness, I sure hope she doesn’t prove to be unsound, break down and have to be turned into glue and Taco Bell chalupa filling.

Nah. She’ll be fine. And will someday, while yet in her prime, retire to a pasture down by the river, no doubt.

5. This from a cattleman friend in Nebraska in response to the “So what can we do?” post:


Start calling bee-ess on bee-ess in your daily lives! Quit ignoring those around you doing something that is morally and or ethically wrong. Of course we don†t call bee-ess on our government officials, we won†t even call bee-ess on the people we interact with on a daily basis!

Amen.

Starting Thursday Off Right

† Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy Name. Thy kingdom come. THY WILL BE DONE, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And FORGIVE US OUR TRESPASSES, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but DELIVER US FROM EVIL. †

St. Michael. Protect those who are too stupid and deluded to protect themselves.