3/18/09

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From Vdare blog post Spiritual Wickedness in High Places:

Still, this politicization did have its occasional advantages, if you knew the right people. When I was a teenager, for example, I remember nervously informing my parents that, unlike my peers, I would not be receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation that spring because I had blown off the required two years of catechetical instruction.

But a few phone calls were made and I was soon confirmed by Cardinal Bernard Law at a parish I had never even visited before.

In the Archdiocese of Boston, it was all about who you knew.

Such a political fix might sound terribly immoral—if you’ve never had to sit through a modern-day catechism class. But you have to understand that for my generation, religious education never included learning about the Mass, or the Sacraments, or the saints.

Instead, we were taught that being Catholic simply meant being sensitive toward those who were not like us—especially blacks, homosexuals, and immigrants.

Did we believe any of it? Not really, since there wasn’t much of substance to believe in. But that’s the thing about propaganda. It’s almost always extremely boring, but when your elders spend years spoon-feeding it to you, you often end up accepting some of it anyway.

13 comments:

  1. Fuck the Catholic church.

    It is amazing that we have 45 million Hispanics in this country that we didn't have in 1960, and the church is only criticized for its priests molesting children. The one third of America that is Catholic would rather it comes across as an unstoppable act of nature, not something that points to their church, and to them.

    Several years after England turned back the Spanish Armada, Elizabeth I ordered all Catholic priest expelled from the country. We need to turn back the Mexican invasion, fence the border, and expel the church.

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  2. Fuck the Catholic church.

    I'm not sure the Reformers would put it so bluntly, but the sentiment was certainly there.

    It is amazing that we have 45 million Hispanics in this country that we didn't have in 1960, and the church is only criticized for its priests molesting children. The one third of America that is Catholic would rather it comes across as an unstoppable act of nature, not something that points to their church, and to them.

    They labor under the same delusion that the "antifas" do, namely, that everybody - especially those of the Christian faith - is assimilable.

    Several years after England turned back the Spanish Armada, Elizabeth I ordered all Catholic priest expelled from the country. We need to turn back the Mexican invasion, fence the border, and expel the church.

    I can agree with most of that.

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  3. They labor under the same delusion that the "antifas" do, namely, that everybody - especially those of the Christian faith - is assimilable.

    We can't even get our native Blacks to assimilate. Hell, we can't even get the smart NE Asians to assimilate, so far. Look at this.


    Do you agree that we need to expel the Catholic church from US territory?

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  4. Whites are the only people expected to "assimilate" to this shitty communist system. No one else is forced to be "multicultural." Assimilation is a code word for premeditated, systematic destruction of White culture and genetics.

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  5. Suffice it to say for now that I believe in the expelling of all non-Euro Catholics from the country and I'm all for career, political, educational and movement restrictions on the European Catholics that remain and immigration restriction for European Catholics that desire to enter the country.

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  6. Shal - I was incorrect in my use of the word assimilation. The country I live in doesn't expect "assimilation" at all anymore.

    The abandonment of this requirement - assimilation - and the glorification of the multicult was initiated by the Italians, (in the interest of full disclosure, I am partially Italian) Jews and Irish, who practiced alien religions, who came here in large numbers, who propagated prolifically in ethnic enclaves, who disrupted the political balance, who wielded disproportionate and undue influence in trade unions and on city councils, who gerrymandered the political system as a result of this demographic clout and who achieved this horrific and stunning victory over the natives all because the natives failed to assimilate them or failed to prevent them from entering in the first place.

    Now, "assimilation" is considered culturally imperialistic, insensitive, discouraged and, as you rightly stated, is really only a code word for the demographic displacement of native Whites. No longer are we allowed to slumber sweetly upon the quilt the founders of this country bequeathed to us. Instead, we are encouraged to weave a new tapestry, a tapestry made of many different gods, foods, rites and rituals without paying any respects to the ancient landmarks our of ancestors and we are ordered with force of law, at the risk of liberty and property, to receive our warmth from this filthy fleece that is only held together at its inglorious seams by totalitarian dreamers hell bent in their desire to make us lie in our pluralistic, politically divided, disease ridden beds restlessly and in terrible anguish.

    Nevertheless, it is the quilt we weaved, the bed we made and the pillows we sleep on. Perhaps, some spark will burn down the whole house and we can start over in the ashes.

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  7. Take a look at this profile page of a professor at my local university, it says he is a member of the North American Academy of the Spanish Language.

    Here is their website: anle.us

    This is a branch of the Royal Spanish Academy here in America! According to anle or another site, America has the second largest community of Spanish speakers in the world after Mexico.

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  8. I don't have any problem with the Spanish from Spain, but I don't think that it is because of a large number of Spanish immigrants that we have the second largest Spanish speaking community in the world.

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  9. Daniel the fault lies in the Italians not rejecting Catholicism. Look at this article about a Jesuit priest who was elected to Congress back in the 1970's. He was the one who convinced the Kennedy's that abortion is good. The Vatican is simply evil.

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  10. Daniel the fault lies in the Italians not rejecting Catholicism.

    I agree. Although only partially Italian, I've entirely rejected the religion of my ancestors.

    However, confessing my near to utter ignorance on the subject of Italy and its politics, it appears that the religion (although false, from my Protestant perspective) "works" for them in their country.

    I'll try to get around to that article today.

    Best,
    Daniel

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  11. However, confessing my near to utter ignorance on the subject of Italy and its politics, it appears that the religion (although false, from my Protestant perspective) "works" for them in their country.It's no more than form. Italians are corrupt. Their women don't breed. And their country is the reverse drain-pipe of Africa and the Balkans.

    I also say this as a partial Italian. OTOH, the only metacritique in the internet scene called white nationalism comes from Italians and other European peripherals. Also the only real humor.

    -GR

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  12. Also the only real humor.Boy do those Nords take themselves seriously! Good God it is dreadful sometimes.

    I'm a mixed Euro so I don't identify either way. It is nice actually.

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  13. I want to ass something to my earlier criticism of the Roman religion. I'm subscribed to the mailing list run by the diocesan lobbyist. Although Ron Johnson claims his efforts are only about abortion and religious freedom, he still lobbies for the Brown Tide as well. Back in July I received this in email form, let me quote the relevant part:

    Finally, with regards to bills opposed by the ACC, none of the really harmful bills targeting undocumented immigrants were passed again this year. Included in this group were bills to create a felony crime of trespass for those who are merely present in our country illegally. On the final night/morning of the session the lone remaining bill in this regard (HB 2280) died when it failed to pass on the House floor due to a lack of votes shortly before 5:00 AM.

    Meanwhile, the counterpart to HB 2280 (SB 1175) had already been amended days earlier to instead become a strike everything amendment outlawing surgical abortions by non-physicians.

    SB 1175 became a very important bill when it was learned that Planned Parenthood uses nurse practitioners to perform 25% of their surgical abortions. Thankfully, the new SB 1175 was approved about 6:30 AM this morning and is now ready for the governor
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    If you look at this you realize that the local diocesan lobbyist used the abortion issue to destroy an anti-illegal immigration bill. Thinking about this with regards to the entire anti-abortion movement I realized that the whole movement is just a way for the Roman church to silence Protestants over the flow of Catholics across our southern border. Any criticism of the Roman church suddenly becomes "divisive" and could bring accusations that the offending Protestant is criticizing the one organization making a stand against baby-murder and thereby prolonging abortion's plague on our shores.

    In fact, every aborted American baby maked room for a papist Mexican to take its place here in America. So the Roman church benefits from abortion two ways: first the anti-abortion movement can be harnessed as a means of destroying Protestant opposition to the conversion of America, and the movement can be used to put Catholics in charge of all of these anti-abortion organizations. Second abortion can be used to prevent Protestants from ever being born!

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