Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Francis breaks last week’s new record set for crowd at a general audience


...for lack of people


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Turns out that Francis was just getting warmed up in Chile with apathetic attendance at his events.  Upon returning to the Vatican he absolutely smashed attendance records at last’s week general audience.  Well, last week’s audience appeared overflowing compared to today’s.  The emperor or ‘Humble’ Francis indeed has no clothes and no matter how hard his public relations team tries to cover it up they can’t.  Compare today’s crowd to the number of Talmudic Jews who showed up yesterday at the Vatican for its celebration of International Holocaust Remembrance Day — not too different.  2018 is off to a most terrible start for ‘his humbleness’.  How long until the Swiss Guards send the embarrassment packing back to Argentina?


 ‘Where’s the people?’

‘Let’s pick up six children for the media to focus on.’

‘This ride isn’t free. Smile like you are enjoying yourselves!’

‘Mmmm... nothing like matte’ and a camera.

‘Did you get a good photo?’

 #EmptySeats Must be the Roman city traffic.

‘Oh, goody! The crowd finally showed up!’

‘Blah, blah, blah, blah, heresy, blah, blah, blah...’


Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Dr. Francis’ cure for the Holocaust is to #NeverForget


#WeRemember
#Memory




Remembering the ‘Holocaust’ is the key 
to the future of the ‘Noahide’ Novus Ordo



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Audience with Participants in the International Conference on the Responsibility of States, Institutions and Individuals in the fight against anti-Semitism and anti-Semitic hate crimes, 29.01.2018
At 9.15 this morning, in the Consistory Hall of the Apostolic Palace, the Holy Father Francis received in audience the participants in the International Conference on the responsibility of states, institutions and individuals in the fight against anti-Semitism and anti-Semitic hate crimes, held today in Rome at the Ministry of Foreigh Affairs and International Cooperation.
The Conference was organized in cooperation with OSCE, with the support of the ODIHR (Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights) and in collaboration with the Union of Italian Jewish Communities and the Foundation Contemporary Jewish Documentation Centre.
Address of Francis
Dear friends,
I offer you a warm welcome and thank you for your presence here. I am grateful for the noble aim that brings you here: to reflect together, from varying points of view, on the responsibility of States, institutions and individuals in the struggle against anti-Semitism and crimes associated with anti-Semitic hatred. I would like to emphasize one word: responsibility. We are responsible when we are able to respond. It is not merely a question of analyzing the causes of violence and refuting their perverse reasoning, but of being actively prepared to respond to them. Thus, the enemy against which we fight is not only hatred in all of its forms, but even more fundamentally, indifference; for it is indifference that paralyzes and impedes us from doing what is right even when we know that it is right.
I do not grow tired of repeating that indifference is a virus that is dangerously contagious in our time, a time when we are ever more connected with others, but are increasingly less attentive to others. And yet the global context should help us understand that none of us is an island and none will have a future of peace without one that is worthy for all. The Book of Genesis helps us to understand that indifference is an insidious evil crouching at man’s door (cf. Gen 4:7). It is the subject of debate between the creature and his Creator at the beginning of history, as soon as the Creator asks Cain: “Where is your brother?” But Cain, who has just killed his brother, does not reply to the question, does not explain “where”. On the contrary, he protests that he is autonomous: “Am I my brother’s keeper?” (v. 9). His brother does not interest him: here is the root of perversity, the root of death that produces desperation and silence. I recall the roar of the deafening silence I sensed two years ago in Auschwitz-Birkenau: a disturbing silence that leaves space only for tears, for prayer and for the begging of forgiveness.
Faced with the virus of indifference, the root of hatred, what vaccine can we administer? The Book of Deuteronomy comes to our aid. After a long journey through the desert, Moses addressed a basic counsel to the Chosen People: “Remember your whole journey” (Deut 8:2). To the people longing for the promised future, wisdom was suggesting one looks back, turning one’s glance to the steps already completed. And Moses did not simply say, “think of the journey”, but remember, or bring alive; do not let the past die. Remember, that is, “return with your heart”: do not only form the memory in your mind, but in the depths of your soul, with your whole being. And do not form a memory only of what you like, but of “your whole journey”. We have just celebrated International Holocaust Remembrance Day. In order to recover our humanity, to recover our human understanding of reality and to overcome so many deplorable forms of apathy towards our neighbour, we need this memory, this capacity to involve ourselves together in remembering. Memory is the key to accessing the future, and it is our responsibility to hand it on in a dignified way to young generations.
In this regard, I would like to mention a document of the Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews, whose twentieth anniversary of publication we celebrate this year. The title is eloquent: We Remember: a Reflection on the Shoah (16 March 1998). It was Saint John Paul II’s fervent hope that it “would enable memory to play its necessary part in the process of shaping a future in which the unspeakable iniquity of the Shoah will never again be possible” (Letter, 12 March 1998). The text speaks of this memory, which we Christians are called to safeguard, together with our elder Jewish brothers: “However, it is not only a question of recalling the past. The common future of Jews and Christians demands that we remember, for ‘there is no future without memory’. History itself is memoria futuri” (We Remember, I).
To build our history, which will either be together or will not be at all, we need a common memory, living and faithful, that should not remain imprisoned in resentment but, though riven by the night of pain, should open up to the hope of a new dawn. The Church desires to extend her hand. She wishes to remember and to walk together. On this journey, “the Church, mindful of the patrimony she shares with the Jews and moved not by political reasons but by the Gospel’s spiritual love, decries hatred, persecutions, displays of anti-Semitism, directed against Jews at any time and by anyone” (Nostra Aetate, 4).
Dear friends, may we help one another in turn to grow a culture of responsibility, of memory and of closeness, and to establish an alliance against indifference, against every form of indifference. The potentialities of information will certainly be of assistance; even more important will be those of formation. We need urgently to educate young generations to become actively involved in the struggle against hatred and discrimination, but also in the overcoming of conflicting positions in the past, and never to grow tired of seeking the other. Indeed, to prepare a truly human future, rejecting evil is not enough; we need to build the common good together.
I thank you for your commitment in all of these matters. May the Lord of peace accompany you and bless every one of your good intentions. Thank you.
source: Vatican  — Bollettino, 29.01.2018


#WeRemember

Everything you need to know about Francis in one photo


Whoring himself out for the racial supremacists 

and shilling for their eternal victim status.


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 Bergolgio the clown with his fellow criminals.




Bet that Casa Santa Marta’s kitchen was kosher today!

Saturday, January 27, 2018

Merry “Rainbow” Christmas — the fruits of the goy following the seven noahide laws



Most Catholics are aware that the homosexual movement has co-opted the rainbow for their perverted and sinful movement.  God sent Noah the rainbow as a symbol of the covenant He made, “with Noah, and through Him with all mankind, that He would not waste the earth or destroy man by another deluge.”  The sin of homosexuality, which cries out to Heaven for vengeance, and its associated groups of deviant sexual behaviors are not the only ones to have inverted the rainbow.

The LGBT’s rainbow flag.


The other group, which is not as well known to most, are the Noahides.  For those unfamiliar with Noahides, their rabbinical masters, and the seven Noahide Laws they expound as the foundational basis of civilization and law, here they are — The laws are prohibitions against: 1) Idolatry; 2) Blaspheming and cursing the name of God; 3) Murder; 4) Robbery and theft; 5) Immorality and forbiden sexual relations; 6) Removing and eating meat from a live animal (cruelty to animals); and 7) The establishment of a justice system and courts of law to enforce the other six laws.  They sound good but are not as we shall see shortly.  For a further explanation on how the Noahide laws are not Biblical but Talmudic and are anti-Christ see, Michael Voris’ Church Militant promotes the seven noahide laws.

The Noahide rainbow flag.


 What does the rabbi state about the laws?



What does a Noahide or Hasidic gentile have to say about them?



What information is contained in the Jewish Encyclopedia about them?


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source: The Jewish Encyclopedia (1916), Volume 7, entry — LAWS, NOACHIAN, pp. 648-50.

Wow, so having just read above that punishment for transgressing any of the seven Noahide laws is death by decapitation, what’s the Vatican’s position regarding these laws?
“Jewish tradition emphasizes the Noachide Covenant (cf. Gn 9: 9-12) as containing. the universal moral code which is incumbent on all humanity. This idea is reflected in Christian Scripture in the Book of Acts 15: 28-29.”
source: Vatican, The Delegation of the Holy See's Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews and the Chief Rabbinate of Israel's Delegation for Relations with the Catholic Church. Bilateral Commission Meeting Jerusalem, March 11-13, 2007; Adar 21-23, 5767.

This is the road that rabbis’ one-way dialogue with the Vatican has lead — to promoting the rabbi invented Noahide laws as being found not only in the Old Testament but also in the New Testament.  The next logical step is for the Vatican to come out and say, ‘the Noahide law are Biblical so you need to follow them.’

The various advocates, whether they are rabbis or gentiles, who promote these laws will quote Maimonides (Rambam) that gentiles will merit a share in the world to come, as if its a good thing.



So what exactly is this “share in the world to come” which the Noahide laws following gentiles will receive?  Thanks to the research of MauricePinay and Rodeferous on twitter, we have the answers.



source: The Soul of a Jew and the Soul of a Non-Jew An Inconvenient Truth and the Search for an Alternative by Hanan Balk, p. 50.

Got that?  They, the Noahides, get played as even though they appear like a Jew physically, they don’t possess a soul, and the only reward they receive is being subordinate to Israel!


source: Rabinical Literature: Or, The Traditions Of The Jews, Contained in Their Talmud and Other Mystical Writings, Volume 2, p. 10.

The Noahides after rejecting Jesus the Christ as their Savior (else they be beheaded for idol worship) and enjoying the reward of being subordinate to Israel during their lives proceed like all human beings to die where they (Noahides) will inherit Hell!  The fact that the Vatican advocates the Noahide laws as being reflected in the Old and New Testaments is a macabre joke of absolute mockery.  The RemnantCartoon above, takes on a whole new meaning — portraying jesters having an inverted occult laugh at your expense.  Is it any wonder that this past year’s Nativity scene in St. Peter’s Square was scattered, disoriented, sacrilegious, and focused on the nakedness of adult and infant males?  Francis and his cohorts are simply reflecting the spiritual emptiness which results from abandoning Jesus the Christ as they help to bring about the implementation of the Noahide laws.


More on the ‘noahide’ laws:

What book did Francis receive from Rabbi Pynchas Brener?


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If there is one thing Francis loves, it’s Talmudic books!


Back in 2015, we briefly reported on the visit of a rabbi to the Vatican, see Pynchas Brener becomes rabbi #89,324 to visit Francis at the Vatican.  Being a good guest (even though he invited himself), Rabbi Pynchas Brener, the Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of Caracas, Venezuela, came bearing gifts for Francis.  One of these was a book, Agadá: Zuron Yosef y Rajel. Below is the best photo we could find over on the Vatican’s official website for photographs.  As you can see, the book can be readily identified by its colorful cover design.







It should come as no surprise that Francis is correctly opening the book 
backwards as he is very familiar with Talmudism and knows all its minutiae.


The book presented to Francis is a Sephardic Agadá (haggadah) for the seder meal.  It was made in Latin America and has direct translations from Hebrew to Ladino with explanatory notes in Spanish by Rabbi Pychas Brener.  The book contains the history and rules regarding the seder and how it leads the Jewish people out of oppression to redemption.  When covering the fundamental themes of the seder, the book delves further into Jewish thought and explains the laws that lead to the observance of this festival which it suggests are unique and brings freedom.  The illustrations in the book were carried out by Irene Pressner.  On Rabbi Brener’s website it brags, “A copy of this Agadá is in the Vatican library.”

This however wasn’t the only gift which Francis received from rabbi Pynchas.




CMJ translation:  “I gave him a Haggadah of Pesach (seder) and a Kippah, in the name of friendship and good relations between nations. Soon I will publish the words I said in front of the Pope.”

 Francis was more than happy to receive a kippah from the rabbi!


Francis must have been doing cartwheels in ecstasy!  To receive not one but two Talmudic and anti-Catholic gifts at one time.  For those unfamiliar with how anti-Christian the seder meal is — please see, Raymond the Rabbi attends Seder Meal, and scroll down until you read the header — Burke attends Seder Meal.  In that post the seder is covered and how it: was created after the destruction of the Temple in A.D. 70 and was finalized in the 3rd century A.D.; is an anti-Gentile curse; contains occult symbolism; is magic; tells the tale of the drowning of Christians by Prophet Elijah; celebrates Talmudic freedom — which is a far cry from how Catholics define freedom; etc...  We doubt this book ever made it to the Vatican’s library as we believe Francis probably keeps it bedside.

The second gift was a kippah.  Notice this is what the rabbi wrote on his facebook page that he gave him “a kippah” — nothing was said about a zucchetto.  Both Francis and Brener are educated enough to know the difference between the two.  If the reader isn’t familiar with what the difference is and what the kippah represents — please see, the kippah or the yarmulke — an outward sign of rejection of Our Savior, Jesus the Christ.  Knowing how much Francis is into the occult and how much he enjoys mocking Our Savior Jesus the Christ, we bet Francis has worn the kippah many times in public and almost laughed his inner-Jew out of himself as he pulled off another burlesque jest on his unsuspecting and adoring public.



Related:


— sample pages from Agadá: Zuron Yosef y Rajel








Friday, January 26, 2018

Francis says in his homily that “preaching the faith” is a “slap” with a “shread of madness”


Preaching “cannot be lukewarm. Preaching always - let me say this - “slaps”, it is a slap, a slap that moves you and carries you forward”.  

And Paul himself says, “The madness of preaching. It is madness, because to say that God became man and then was crucified and then resurrected...In preaching faith there is always a “shred of madness”. And temptation is that false common sense, that mediocrity, “But, no, let’s not joke...”, the lukewarm faith”.  

...“But the way they love each other! People told the first disciples recognizing their Christianity. Today, “one goes to some parishes and hears, what this one says about that one, and that one about this one.... Instead of thinking about how much the love each other, it makes you say, “But the way they “skin” each other”, “they are ripping each other.... the tongue is a knife to skin the other! And how can you transmit faith with such a gossip polluted air, full of slander?



Francis is in need of being fitted for some new clothes.

Straight from the horse’s mouth!


“Authentic pastors are those who do not abandon people (to be left) on their own nor do they leave them in the throes of their confusion and their errors, rather, with the truth and mercy they lead them back to rediscover their authentic nature in the good.”

Francis to the Congregation for the Destruction of the Faith



Which logically leads one to ask the question...


Is Francis stating that he isn’t an ‘authentic pastor’?




Francis greeting the 80 participants (consisting of  80 cardinals, bishops, priests and lay people) in the plenary assembly of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith at the Vatican’s Clementine Hall, 26 January 2018. 


the new evangelization in the Philippines


Dancing in church!


Fr. Wilfredo Lucas (aka Fr. Willy) celebrated his birthday by dancing with a female partner in the front of the Novus Ordo table at the San Miguel Arkanghel Parish Church in Plaridel, Bulacan.  This story was reported by Victoria Tulad on Unang Balita (television show, see above) this past Tuesday and caused quite a stir.  Here’s what the Philippine News Agency reported:

Bulacan priest faces probe for dancing in church altar 
By Ferdinand Patinio,  January 24, 2018, 8:51 pm 
MANILA -- The Roman Catholic Diocese of Malolos is conducting an investigation on the priest caught on video dancing in front of the altar. 
Bishop Jose Francisco Oliveros expressed sadness over the incident. 
“We are already investigating the case. I have instructed our Vicar General to talk with Fr. Willy Lucas. I am sorry this thing happened,” he said. 
On the other hand, Msgr. Bart Santos, Vicar General Diocese of Malolos said that they already conducted an initial investigation on the matter where they met with Lucas, the parish priest of San Miguel Arkanghel Parish Church in Plaridel, Bulacan. 
“I already made the initial "probe". We will talk again tomorrow (Thursday) or Friday. It will be done over the weekend, he said. 
Asked if the priest was sorry on what has happened, Santos said, “Yes he (was) of course. Sana nga may nakausap na media, (I wish he was able to talk to the media) hindi lang nabigyan ng (he was not given a) chance but he was very apologetic.” 
On Tuesday, a television station reported about the priest who was ballroom-dancing with a partner in front of the church’s altar. (PNA)


Nothing like inappropriately cutting the rug!




Flashback...


Who can forget the Tango Mess with Cardinal Bergoglio? 

the tango begins at 26 minutes 38 seconds