"Birds of feather, flock together!" from left to right; Paul Nicholson,
Michael Voris, Frank Pavone, and John Zuhl$dorf
John Zuhl$dorf , the sacrilegious money begging blogger, is looking to add new adjectives towards describing himself. One word which describes his blog post, The upcoming “environment” encyclical, “human ecology”, and the everlasting pains of Hell, is hypocrite.
Look at the screenshot from his blog above. Zuhl$dorf goes from Francis' upcoming encyclical on the enviroment to a movie about St. Francis, which he proceeds to rip to shreds, called Brother Sun, Mister Moon. (None of us at Call Me Jorge... has seen this movie nor heard of what its about.) In the middle of this diatribe against the movie, he posts a link so the reader can purchase the same movie at amazon.com where Zuhl$dorf conveniently receives a commission from everyone of his readers who decide to click the link and buy Brother Sun, Sister Moon. Cha-ching!!! Who cares if it is a leftist movie (according to Zuhl$dorf) as long as one makes a buck off of it! That's not all, for John Z. is only getting warmed up.
Read that last line in the screenshot,
"People who promote and have sex between people of the same sex are violating God’s obvious will."
We, at Call Me Jorge..., couldn't agree more with the statement. Here's where the hypocrisy part comes in. See dear reader, John Zuhl$dorf has in the past promoted movies which have sodomy in them. We quote from our post, "Don" Zuhl$dorf's sacrilegious and immoral blog post,
Now that we have covered the background, onto the disturbing post. Call Me Jorge... read the entry, An Important Anniversary, which was supposedly announcing the 7th anniversary of Summorum Pontificum. Dear reader, if you were to write a column on Summorum Pontificum how would you start it? With a story about the Tridentine Mass or one about Benedict XVI? Neither if you are "Don" Zuhl$dorf. Let's look at a screenshot from his entry, An Important Anniversary.
Wait a minute! Isn't this supposed to be about Summorum Pontificum? Instead "Don" Zuhl$dorf is writing about the immoral movie of John Boorman. For those who don't know about this film, Deliverance, it is infamous for its scene of sodomy. Ever heard the quote "squeal like a pig" used? It's from the same notorious scene. As if that isn't bad enough, several people are also murdered in the film. Why would a 'priest' blog about a piece of music from this film? Why introduce your readers to a film this perverse? Are there not other films having their anniversary this day? This isn't the first time he has written of an immoral film in his blog. Who could forget,The Lives of Others? Thankfully this time, "Don" Zuhl$dorf didn't put an amazon link to this film for his readers to purchase in the post. One last thing about the clip "Don" Zuhl$dorf chose to embed on his website, it uses God's name in vain not once but twice! This can be heard at the 3 minutes 59 seconds and the 4 minutes 6 seconds marks of the clip. This man calls himself a priest? What were they teaching in the seminary he attended?Zuhl$dorf also has the audacity to call the National Catholic Reporter instead the National Sodomy Reporter! How can he do this when he promotes a film with sodomy, links to a clip from the same movie which uses God's name in vain not once but twice, and puts an amazon link to another film with nudity and sex on his blog?
We at Call Me Jorge... feel that Christ said it best in His sermon on the mount,
And why seest thou the mote that is in thy brother' s eye; and seest not the beam that is in thy own eye? Or how sayest thou to thy brother: Let me cast the mote out of thy eye; and behold a beam is in thy own eye? Thou hypocrite, cast out first the beam in thy own eye, and then shalt thou see to cast out the mote out of thy brother' s eye.
Another pretend convert.ReplyDelete
Regarding your question (perhaps rhetorical) as to what was taught while Don
Zuhl$dorf was in seminary, I think we can all make some educated conclusions....
I still can't believe ppl think the Vatican 2 sect Is catholic! It's more akin to Lutheran Lite.ReplyDelete