Sunday, February 8, 2015

Happy?

...Who cares if you are on the road to perdition?



Thanks to Brian Roberts, a reader of Call me Jorge..., for sending us this information!  In the video above, Pharrell Williams makes a visit to the St. John Neumann Catholic School in Miami.  This is important, he visited a catholic school.  The teacher says they were talking about the United Nations' International Day of Happiness just the other day and surprise, look who shows up!  While there Pharrell shares the wisdom he has gathered in his short life.

"There's going to be bullying, there's going to be hard mountain to climb in life.  There's going to be a lot of tough things but the one thing that you have no one can ever take from you is your right to be happy and your friends.  And the funny thing is with happiness you can feel stronger and stronger and stronger the more people you have around you.  So it's like well you know the amount of people that are in here right now we're all thinking about the same thing with feeling.  So happiness is a frequency and were going to have International Day of Happiness around the world and we're going to raise the frequency.  So yes, are you going to look at the news and see that you know in some country they blew some truck up or something or they just lost that flight in Malaysia.  Yes those things are going to happen you know why because that's life.  But on the other side of that is where you guys stand up and hold hands, just think it in your mind together collectively that you have the natural right and liberty to be happy.  It's yours.  I'm not perfect.  You look at me, you look at my past  you'll see I'm  not perfect but you know I've discovered, I've discovered that like a song could make a person who has cancer feel a lot better whether they're going to survive or not that's not the point.  The point is the journey you understand what I'm saying to you? Guys it's not about the trophy, it's not even about the finish line even though a lot of you guys in here are going to hit the finish line a lot, a lot of you guys are but it's the journey that's the most important part and if you can enjoy the journey any you can enjoy life. So I just wanted to leave you guys with that."

A speaker at a catholic school and not one mention of God or the importance of saving one's soul.  Remember according to Pharrell the end doesn't matter just being happy does!  The song Happy has become an international hit and is the unofficial theme song of the Novus Ordo church.  Below are a two videos which demonstrate this.  If you don't believe us, search youtube.com for "happy" and "catholic".  





Happy was released on 21 November 2014 on the soundtrack for Despicable Me 2.  It also appears on Pharrell's recently released  Girl album which was released 20 March 2014.  The song on the album Girl before Happy is named Gush.  The lyrics of Gush are about female genitalia and so sexually explicit we dare not quote them here nor link to them.  As one can see the album doesn't come with a warning or parental advisory.  Pharrell's previous record, In My Mind, came with a parental advisory label.


Pharrell obviously felt happy when he wrote and whenever he sings Gush.  Never mind that it is sinful and could lead his soul as well as other to perdition.  Just be happy!  This is so like the Novus Ordo church, everything is a feeling.  Why would anyone want to look at other work the artist has made and ruin the parade?  Maybe because the purpose of a catholic education is to train the mind so it can help the soul go to heaven.  Now we ask you dear reader if you had a young girl at catholic school, would you want this Pharrell to visit her school much less be around her?  If she asked you to buy his record for her would you?   Last but not least the song Happy doesn't mention God even once!  

For those readers out there worried about the Synod on the Family, Francis complaining about Catholics being like rabbits, Francis telling a young girl it is a mystery suffering exists, or worried about the female/male Francis has as a private guest at the Vatican, don't worry just be Happy!

In the Novus Ordo church, "clap along if you feel like happiness is the truth! Because I'm happy!"

6 comments:

  1. Pharrell, in spite of writing 'bad' songs, may have meant well by this song and by his philosophy - he was probably 'educated' in the public schools, after all! But...his philosophy is indicative of the one world religion 'dogma' being promoted by the UN, the novus ordo, and elsewhere - the logical extension of what the protestant revolt wrought - which is that dogma and doctrine don't matter, it's your "personal relationship" with whatever you deem God to be. For the Protestants it was Jesus, for other 'religions' it was God however they define that word to mean to THEM, and now it's basically your personal relationship with yourself - the trinity of me, myself and I. The whole stuff about the journey, etc. means nothing if you have no definition of what that journey is supposed to be about. Life becomes one experience after another, without anything to define those experiences by, just your own subjective reasoning. Gone is objective truth, doctrine, dogma, etc. You become infected with Pilatism - the 'what is truth' bug which has become "whatever" in our day. The fact that a teacher in a so-called "Catholic" school is promoting any program or goal of the UN shows where the novus ordo looks to as it's true Vatican, really.

    Ultimately nature, and our brain/soul, being created to follow the natural law and the TRUTH and to have a desire to seek for that, will be at war with this, and happiness, true JOY, will be elusive - this is part and parcel also of setting up cognitive dissonance within the public's psyche so that most, being confused and in a psychological state of distress, will accept whatever the talking heads of the n.w.o. deem to tell them should be their dogma, doctrine, etc. Look at the current demonization going on with this measles outbreak against those who chose not to vaccinate their children, though measles is certainly not a death sentence. Anyone who doesn't 'tow the line' as far as the mainstream is concerned - note his comment about surrounding yourself with others - is considered anathema. The "freethinker" liberals have become very opposed to any ACTUAL independence of thought. One must bow down before the gods of atheism and syncretism. Anything else is to be condemned as a heretic, schismatic, terrorist or worse.

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  2. The video using Pharrell's song about the two antipope 'saints' further demonstrates the "turn your brain off" mentality of the novus ordo regarding Catholic truth.

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  3. Demon Pharrell: "The point is the journey you understand what I'm saying to you? Guys it's not about the trophy, it's not even about the finish line even though a lot of you guys in here are going to hit the finish line a lot, a lot of you guys are but it's the journey that's the most important part and if you can enjoy the journey any you can enjoy life. So I just wanted to leave you guys with that."

    Apostle Paul/Septuagesima Sunday: "Know you not that they that run in the race, all run indeed, but one receiveth the prize? So run that you may obtain. And every one that striveth for the mastery, refraineth himself from all things: and they indeed that they may receive a corruptible crown; but we an incorruptible one. I therefore so run, not as at an uncertainty: I so fight, not as one beating the air: But I chastise my body, and bring it into subjection: lest perhaps, when I have preached to others, I myself should become a castaway. For I would not have you ignorant, brethren, that our fathers were all under the cloud, and all passed through the sea. And all in Moses were baptized, in the cloud, and in the sea: And did all eat the same spiritual food, And all drank the same spiritual drink; (and they drank of the spiritual rock that followed them, and the rock was Christ.) But with most of them God was not well pleased: for they were overthrown in the desert." 1 Cor 9-10

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  4. WAKE UP, CATHOLICS

    A 3D Research Report by Betsy Kraus

    MORE MAJOR EDUCATION BLOWS
    The previous blow to Catholics was, of course, the many Bishops’ embrace of Common Core for Catholic students. U. S. Prelates instilled Common Core into their Catholic classrooms under the banner of the National Standards and Benchmarks for Effective Catholic Elementary and Secondary Schools. Such standards and benchmarks along with their rubrics and exemplars were formulated by change agents to teach Catholic students socialistic “social justice”, globalism, and a “Sustainability” agenda (U.N. Agenda 21?) all under such headings as 21st Century Learning Skills and “Best Practices”. (1)

    Apparently under the sway of mostly Jesuit educators, the NCEA (2), and the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning, our Bishops have allowed radical changes in their Catholic classrooms through National Standards and Benchmarks based on Common Core Standards and laced with “Catholic Identity”. (3) These standards also established the blueprint for governance and leadership for all aspects of the field of Catholic education, including personnel.

    The Jesuit Loyola University Chicago’s report, Catholic Higher Education Collaborative Leadership Conference says: “Use a set of nationally developed standards for Catholic educational leaders (superintendents, principals and pastors) to redesign and expand Higher Education Leadership Programs to meet the needs of the contemporary context.” (4)
    Now, Catholics are being asked to pay for this restructuring of K-12 Catholic education to meet national standards of governance and leadership affecting diocesan schools. Catholics are being asked to contribute to local philanthropic foundations to support the overhauling of Catholic education, with the “contemporary context” of Common Core standards and progressive Marxist techniques. Grand plans for funding and governance are now taking hold in many dioceses, as presented in the 2011 report, Sustaining Urban Catholic Elementary Schools: An Examination of Governance Models and Funding Strategies. (5)

    In 2006, the United States Council of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) called for support for the entire Catholic education system, with assistance from Catholic higher education, the philanthropic community, and the federal government. In 2007, the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning met with Catholic educators, university representatives, the NCEA, and philanthropists. That meeting helped to set in motion top-down governance, Common Core-based education, and radical changes. Major institutions named in the “Sustaining Urban Catholic Elementary Schools” are part of the same nexus that met with the Carnegie Foundation in 2007. They now appear to be spearheading these governance and funding initiatives.

    read it all:
    http://abcsofdumbdown.blogspot.de/2014/09/wake-up-catholics.html

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    1. These guys caved with OBcare on the contraception, when, in reality, their "Catholic" hospitals have clandestinely been handing out the pill, from what I have heard from local Catholics who worked and/or volunteered at one of the closest Catholic hospitals to where I live, for some number of years now, so all their protesting to OB on that issue was mostly a sounding brass and tinkling cymbal. The NCCB paid for OB's Saul Alinsky training -this was documented on one of the pro life sites. You can't get a photo of Dolan yucking it up with Romney and OB without them all being on the same team. Of course they're going to teach common core!

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  5. The Theology of Community Organizing

    Liberation Theology, Community Organizing,
    and the Jesuit Pedagogy

    http://abcsofdumbdown.blogspot.de/2014/12/the-theology-of-community-organizing.html

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