Saturday, March 12, 2016

Queers Run Church, Bear Gives Mating Advice

Monsignor Krzysztof Charamsa with man who attempts to mate with him.

While the Bishop of Rome is worried about global warming (which never sent anyone to Hell, as far as the Bear knows) and U.S. bishops fret about immigration and gun control (ditto), here's a big, fat, oh by the way to everybody:

The Church is run by queers. Queer priests were the source of the homosexual abuse scandal. Queer bishops protected the offenders. Without doubt, the Church is the largest employer of homosexuals in the world. The Bear would not be surprised if 80% of the clergy are either gay, or twiddling their thumbs waiting for the Church to be "more welcoming."


Pope meeting with men who enjoy having sex the wrong way.
A picture is worth a thousand words.

Although Michael Voris is an arctophobe, he and his team have torn down the lavender curtain in New York. You can see it here; the first half is more useful.

How to Mate

The Bear is very sorry that humans are too stupid to mate. No wonder your birth rates are low. If you are a male who will not mate with a female, face the fact that there is something wrong with you and try to get better. There's nothing "cute" or "trendy," or "fabulous" about improper mating. When you describe what homosexuals actually do with one another, like [edited] it is just against nature and disgusting. And it's a big sin.

Did you know until 1974 homosexuality was listed as a mental illness, along with other sexual perversions? It's true. But homosexuals kept pressuring the American Psychiatric Association until they finally got 55% of the members to vote to disappear it. Poof! Suddenly an accepted mental illness was gone! (Bear wishes they would vote his bi-Polar Bear condition away!)

Don't keep trying to mate with other males. That is disgusting and unprofitable. You should exhibit courting behavior with females and see if eventually the juices get flowing. And cut the fabulous act. Be a man, as best you can! Don't give up!

Warning. While homosexual males are happy to have sex anywhere, with anyone, not to exclude the use of anonymous [edited], you will find women are different. They are a whole lot harder to mate with. You cannot expect to mate with a good one until you have been with her for a long time and get married. The Bear understands that must try your patience, which may be part of the problem. Yes! Guess what? No mating for a long time! Them's the rules, sunshine.

When the time comes, you may be nervous. That's only natural. Let's just say [edited] and not multiple choice. The Bear promises Mother Nature will do the rest.

If females are just a no-go for you, then sex is not for you, the Bear is sorry to say. You will live, despite what humans believe. Netflix and Amazon Prime have like a million hours of quality programming.

Advice for Homosexual Priests

WTF? You're not even supposed be having normal sex. How do you dare to have sex the wrong way with another male? There is only one option. Stop. All the queer priests around you will be like, "Oh, Kitten, what's the matter? Who convinced you a little gay fun was wrong? It's not sex with a woman, Kitten, so you're still celibate!" Oh, the Bear forgot the first rule. Pepper spray. Use it, right in the sissy's face. You should buy several units, because you're probably going to go through it pretty quickly. Soon they'll learn to leave you alone. 

Good luck, homo friends! Be sure to let the Bear know how you're doing!

47 comments:

  1. You are correct again Bear. It is darned frustrating to realize that our beloved church is now completely overrun with homosexuals or capitulating cheerleaders. No wonder. I cannot imagine anything short of God will be able to right this ship. There is no light on the horizon, but God can come up with something we never imagined. I pray it does not take too long.

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    1. That's when you get out your trusty hammer and nail your foot to the floor in front of your favorite pew. As Herman Wouk wrote of the USS Cain in The Cain Mutiny (also a great movie with Humphrey Bogart, Fred MacMurray, and Van Johnson) -- "The Cain is a ship designed by geniuses to be operated by idiots." That's pretty much a description of the Church. We know it is a Church of sinners. And so it is. Things are more out in the open these days, for better or worse. The Pope won't let us alone.

      When the Bear set out on his epic journey across the Alps to Rome, he assumed Gregory II was pope. Nobody knew in Bavaria that Gregory III was pope. Imagine. Not even knowing who the pope was! Ah, those were the days. And the Bear didn't know Gregory III had banned the consumption of horse meat!

      Now we have way too much Pope, and homo priests. But the Church is the only option. [Shrug] The Bear suspects we will be in the same situation when Elijah complained to God that the prophets had been killed, and they were after him, God said that he had reserved 7000 who had not bent the knee to Baal. That's not very many, but the idea of the remnant is a trope in the Bible. The Bear suspects the number of faithful Catholics will fall to next to nothing, but Jesus will not abandon us. We should keep our eyes on Him. (Unfortunately the Bear has a hard time doing that.)

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    2. The reported apparitions of Garabandal, Spain, in the 1960s give the answer to how Our Lord will clean things up.

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  2. So Francis' favorite student is gay. And Francis and this student have kept in close contact these many years. And Francis kisses the hands of a homo priest who writes a book in praise of homo relations. And Francis has a popular homo tv star as one of his lectors at
    an American papal Mass.

    As a former university fine arts department fag hag, it is glaringly obvious to me that we have another Paul VI on our hands.

    Seattle kim

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    1. I would agree that it appears to be a non-issue for Pope Francis. And appearances count.

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  3. As Francis pushes Paul vi's beatification forward, I would live to see a resurgence of this book---which halted his beatification process many years ago:

    http://www.amazon.com/Paul-Beatified-stopped-beatification-process/dp/0615417566

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    1. Sorry that was me again--/Kim.

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    2. Did anything progress beyond rumors? Anything with first-hand witnesses? I would hate to slander a pope's memory, especially one who is on his way to V2 affirmative action sainthood. (Bear is so bad!)

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    3. Paul vi (Montini). Another good source is the book (available online ) Nikita Roncalli: Counterlife of a Pope. The author--Belograndi--was the head of the Vatican noble guard from Pius xii--JP2. He retired and became a college prof and released the book when the Berlin Wall fell. Tough reading, though---a lot of references to things if the period and environment.

      A good summary in video below.

      Seattle Kim

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FeEkSJukLaw

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  4. "The Church is run by queers. Queer priests were
    the source of the homosexual abuse scandal. Queer bishops protected the offenders. Without doubt, the Church is the largest employer of homosexuals in the world. The Bear would not be surprised if 80% of the clergy are either gay, or twiddling their thumbs waiting for the Church to be "more welcoming.""

    Ouch, Bears are hard to train, I know debbie wake up and smell the roses, done that, too many thorns for a bee to avoid contact with and produce the desired honey.

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    1. Furthermore from a bee(Queen Bee):


      "The Church is run by queers." Once upon a time there was a saint and a bear and the bear
      blurted out the above words, the saint startled by his pupil and with a sadness beyond words walked into the forest with the bear behind him uttering all his reasons why such is true, finally the saint sat down and looked deep into his fury friends eyes, saying, I am the Church. Well.... you know what I mean said the bear, the other Church, her handlers, them homos' the bear said quite pleased with his bear-like wisdom. The Saint got up and inform the bear his Mother, his beloved was the Bride of Satan, fuming with rage the bear growled, how dare you, no the
      Saint said, how dare you speak about the King of Kings Bride being run by Satan, even carelessly with your words, would offend his Majesty over the good name of his Church as you were offended over the good name of your Mother. And you offended me, your dear friend, who am a member of the One Church, the one Body of his Majesty. But the Homos' the bear said sheeply looking at the ground, clawing at the ground, absorbed in his own thoughts the bear failed to realize his friend had left the bear with his thoughts to sort out. The bear looked about the forest with a crowded mind, his home with intruders in his mind.



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    2. Not bad.

      But the Church is still run by queers. The Bear would inform the saint that things have changed since his days, and the homosexual clergy proved a terrible danger to the Church's children and the morals of the faithful. Is that acceptable? Those dangers thrive on silence, are protected by secrecy. Are you willing to sacrifice the children for your delicate sensibilities?

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    3. Debbie, you may live in a blessed spot but those of us who don't see that our chanceries are run by men who don't like women.

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  5. I have mentioned this before and, at the risk of being tiresome, I will do so now again.

    Why hasn't some enterprising party at Justice ever considered the possibility of instituting a Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) investigation, if not prosecution, of various ecclesiastical bodies within the United States?

    Do it with the maximum amount of fanfare. I am certain the media would be happy to move matters along.

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    1. The kind of money they're talking about in the New York scandal should get someone's attention. The Feds going after the Church... that is very sensitive politically, and runs counter to the spirit or at least "feel" of the First Amendment. Besides, the Catholic Church is the Democrats' best friend, and no Republican administration would go for it.

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    3. The Bear will simply delete further "Unknown" posters' comments. Do us the courtesy of identifying yourself, please.

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    4. Certainly some of this activity can be characterized as an organized criminal enterprise and there is much evidence of record already in respect of facilitation either before or after the fact in cases of child sexual abuse.

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    5. Not arguing with His Honor, legally, he is right. But we know that it all comes down to prosecutorial discretion and politics. "FEDS INDICT NEW YORK CATHOLIC CHURCH" is just not a headline we're likely to see anytime soon. Maybe if Bernie Sanders gets elected.

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    6. I would set my sights low at first, charge the pastor and associates of St. Fruitcake's or perhaps the diocese. Peel off a small bite at a time, Bear. Quite a few rats will abandon ship if it comes to that.

      I suppose there is always the private criminal complaint for the plaintiff with deep pockets or wealthy backers.

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    7. Incidentally, exercises in prosecutorial discretion bring to mind the temerity first exercised by the feds when the late Joe Colombo first created his Italian-American Civil Rights League. Worked for a while, Bear.

      Nothing ventured.

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    8. Private criminal complaint? Do you mean a civil suit, or some feature of U.K. laws? I seem to remember Rumpole acting as a prosecutor in a private prosecution, but we don't have that here.

      More likely would be a local prosecutor indicting for embezzlement, theft, conspiracy or whatever. A grand jury can always be used as an investigative tool with subpoena power. If you watched the Voris piece, it looks like the evidence is all there for the plucking.

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    9. Before retiring to Ireland nearly two decades ago, I practiced in Pennsylvania, Bear. To that end, I quote below from a handy summary of Rule 506 offered on the Lancaster County District Attorney's website:

      "Rule 506 of the Pennsylvania Rules of Criminal Procedure permits an individual to file a private criminal complaint before a district justice. If you file a private criminal complaint, you become the affiant, or the person making the allegation just as if you were a police officer.

      The same rules apply to you in filing charges that apply to a police officer. A mere allegation is not sufficient to initiate criminal charges. Filing a private criminal complaint in no way guarantees that criminal charges will be filed. Just as a police officer must do, you must demonstrate that probable cause exists that the person you wish to have arrested committed a crime. Probable cause is the legal standard of proof that our courts require in order for charges to be filed. In other than summary offenses, the district attorney must approve every private criminal complaint before a district justice is permitted to issue process."

      The other Counties of PA offer similar counsel.

      http://web.co.lancaster.pa.us/518/Private-Criminal-Complaints

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    10. Wow. Pretty cool. Not in Illinois, though. In fact, I had to tell people a million times that, no you don't "press charges" with the police. That is decision left to the State's Attorney. Nice to learn something new.

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    11. No 'citizen's arrest' in Illinois?

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    12. Well, yes, if someone commits a crime in your view, you can "place him under arrest," but cannot restrain him. If he leaves, he may be charged with resisting arrest. But it doesn't take police and the state's attorney out of the loop. In 30 years of criminal practice, I never saw it once. Just the same old charges by information, or, in some counties and Federal court, indictment. Guess folks don't get to have any fun around here.

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    13. Cardinal Mahony was sued for racketeering. If I remember correctly, there were several suits filed, and I think they must have been among the many settled claims -- but I'm not sure.

      http://www.bishop-accountability.org/resources/resource-files/courtdocs/CicchilloComplaint.pdf

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  6. Sodomites within the ecclesiastical ranks, are the scourge of the Church. A truly horrific chastisement!

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  7. Very good Bear. Horrible situation with no solution on the horizon. We desperately need a few Catholic Bishops to speak out as plainly as you do. In the meantime let's not feed this monster. Rather shift your giving to web sites such as this who are doing the job that the Pope and the Bishops should be doing. It's sedition, but good sedition.

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  8. Not that my "gaydar" isn't flashing red alert, but are those 3 gay blades for sure in the pic?

    In any event, agree with all you stated here....

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  9. Is that first picture of the "The Priests" singers? They sing really good versions of the Ave Maria, Panis Angelicus, and Pie Jesu. I hope they're not gay. What true follower of Christ would feel the need to define themselves by their sexual attraction anyway; particularly if it's disordered. Take it from a single guy who's very attracted to the opposite sex; sometimes violently. Who cares what I'm attracted to. Sex is for a married man and woman open to life; plain and simple.

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    1. The picture was intended to be illustrative, but it was wrong to use real people. Whoever they are I don't know they're gay, and in fact assume they are not. Thank you. My apologies.

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  10. I made a mistake in not being sure the priests in the picture were gay, and I have removed that picture. While it was an effective illustration, you can't go around calling priests gay when you're not %100 sure. My bad, sorry.

    And hey, guess what? Does anyone believe all Catholic married guys never find themselves attracted to a different female than their wife? I assume most people are tempted at one point or another. Just because that is a normal man's "orientation," he must throw up his hands and say, "Oh well, I'm heterosexual. There's nothing to be done for it?"

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    1. Thanks for taking the photo down.

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    2. Serious lapse of judgment on my part. I usually try to have an appropriate picture, and in haste and thoughtlessness I followed my usual SOP. In this particular case, it had unintended implications.

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  11. Last night my husband and I took our son to his high school Spring musical, Spamalot, the 2005 adaptation of Monty Python's 1975 movie, The Holy Grail. The musical reprised much of the hilarious humor of the original, but with a gay wedding featured. I wasn't expecting that.

    It was strange to be part of a cheering crowd of parents and friends and siblings of the boys and girls on stage who were singing their little hearts out, in celebration.

    Lancelot "marries" Herbert, and announces at the end that "in a thousand years time, this marriage will still be controversial!"

    Well, no, this whole generation of children is being raised to think it controversial if you do not celebrate a gay wedding, wherein the intimate act is sodomy.

    Unsurprisingly, a boy paws another boy's chest during one of the dance numbers, and then again when Lancelot "comes out". Lots of boys shake their booties at the audience in various of the dance numbers because, well, I guess it's because we all are supposed to agree that male bottoms are a legitimate target of desire.

    I left the play feeling very poorly. We are all supposed to be gay now -- seeking orgasm any which way we can find it. Heartbreaking to see half the cast, the girls, so diminished.

    :(

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    1. Ouch. My hard-identity Catholic son was in a production of Spamalot when he was in the Army over in Korea. I shall have questions for him.

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  12. Bear, just to let you know, I tried to post something with a name (Shadowfax) a couple of weeks ago, but it came up on your site as "unknown"--or maybe it was "anonymous." It could have been my inexperience with computers, and perhaps its is for others.

    Shadowfax

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    1. Nice name. Looks like everything is sorted out now. Commenting can be a bit tricky at first.

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  13. What is wrong with the bishops simply saying, "if your gay, get out of the priesthood or I'll throw you out!" Clean house for the sake of purity and souls!

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    1. Watch the Voris "Download" program link for the answer. They are networked and in positions of authority. Bishops and even Cardinals are implicated. The Church has very nearly been completely compromised. If all of them were thrown out, half the parishes in the country would be without a priest.

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    2. Blackmail. Many years ago there was a really bad young priest. People complained but nothing was done because he knew something about the cardinal. Eventually the priest's hash was settled in a very public way but that was a lucky break. Randi Engel wrote a chapter about it in her history series.

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  14. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FeEkSJukLaw

    Again---this vid explains how the church hierarchy became so very queerified---all started with Montini aka Paul vi.

    Seattle kim

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  15. Saint Peter Damian pray for the Church that this scourage end soon. Saint Peter Damian, pray also that Catholics quit using the word "gay" when they mean homosexual or sodomite. Please restore that word to its original meaning.

    By adopting the use of the word "gay" as the wider, fetid culture uses it, you all are buying into the lie that this is a valid way to speak about someone. Wake up, people!

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  16. Can you imagine St Joseph or Blessed Mother referring to a neighbor or acquaintance as "gay"! (Or the Aramaic equivalent?!). It really is a coarse and ugly way to express oneself. It's trying to prettify a debased and sinful lifestyle. It is giving scandal at some level as well.

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