Sunday, August 28, 2016

Terrorist Bear, and You too, There










Papal Airplane.

How can a man who says Catholics who actually believe the Church has the absolute truth are potential terrorists be Catholic? How can a man who apparently believes the Church holds only a partial and provisional truth that must be supplemented by non-Christian religions, be Pope?


Look. The Bear is just a Bear. Bears are very practical. All animals are, because they know if they screw something up in the wild, they will die. Humans, though, can survive, and even prosper as stupid. Sorry, but it is true.

Exhibit A: the latest Pope-on-a-Plane game. The elderly and ridiculous gentleman from Argentina will not condemn Islamic terrorism. Instead, he points out "fundamentalists" who "believe in absolute truth," who inhabit both Islam and Catholicism.

In other words, if you are an orthodox Catholic, you are a fundamentalist and therefore a potential terrorist. Terrorism is not an Islamic problem, but a fundamentalist problem all religions are subject to. (No doubt this is why when we hear of a terrorist attack, we immediately think of radical Christians.)

Thus spoke the greatest traitor to the West now living, Jorge Bergoglio. The most despicable quisling, and cuck-in-chief of the throw Western Civilization overboard, mutiny so more victims of a failed and violent religion can fit on the Barque of Peter, now on a course for the fabled One World Religion. Captain Queeg was a regular Admiral Nelson compared to this guy.

Being a practical Bear, not inhibited by superstitious dread of being struck by lighting for speaking the truth, he says "screw that." The Bear shall add "prophet" to his resume. That's what prophets do. Tell the truth.

The Irrelevancy of Jorge Bergoglio

There comes a point when a public figure makes himself irrelevant. Spiro Agnew's "nattering nabobs of negativity speech." The Dixie Chicks saying they were ashamed to be from Texas. Pee Wee Herman getting caught, um, let's say committing an impure act with himself in an adult theater. You get the point.

All of these transgressions, however, pale when set next to the tiresome game Pope Francis plays every time he gets in an airplane. Does he think God can't hear him spouting nonsense if he's in an airplane? He is denigrating the true Church to provide cover for Muslim terrorists, the most culturally protected group in the world. He is knowingly and deliberately lying about a very important problem for the West. (Or is suffering from a severe mental illness.)

He especially hates Catholics who actually believe in all that crap, i.e. believe they possess the absolute truth. Pope Francis calls faithful Catholics "fundamentalists," and puts them on a level with Muslim terrorists. See how easily the man lies? How can we trust anything a liar says?

We can't.

Yes. I believe the Catholic Church holds the absolute truth. If I did not, I would not - could not - be a Catholic.  If that makes me a terrorist, well, then I'm a Bearrorist. As for Jorge Bergoglio, he obviously doesn't believe in all that crap anymore. How can a man who says Catholics who actually believe the Church has the absolute truth are potential terrorists be Catholic? How can a man who apparently believes the Church holds only a partial and provisional truth that must be supplemented by non-Christian religions, be Pope?

Buh bye, Jorge Bergoglio. I don't know what you are, but I know what you aren't. Jorge Bergoglio has found the crack from which the smoke of Satan entered the Church and sits over it, breathing deeply of the fumes, like the Oracle at Delphi, so he can walk out and try to pollute Christ's Church with the open sewer of his always-open mouth.

Surviving the Quisling Occupation of the Church


Pope Francis smiling, Church dying.


What do you do when you can't take the Pope seriously anymore, and you're a Catholic? You know, it's not really that hard. You know how to Catholic. If you read this ephemeris, the Bear bets you know how to Catholic hard. Be Catholic. Be Catholic if your local parish is crappy, with dancing girls and idiotic homilies. The less attention you pay to that demented man in white calling himself the Pope, the happier you will be. It's all just PR, anyway.

Someday soon, there will be a popular uprising, and Pope Francis will be thrown into the Tiber. If not, he'll die, having ensured there will never be another nutjob from a southern hemisphere country that thought it could win a war using WWII ships bought from the U.S., against a first world country with nuclear submarines. 

Pope Francis disregards reality in the same way. If he were an animal, he would be dead. Beasts don't have the luxury of ignoring reality. But there is no human so stupid or wicked that he cannot be put upon the highest pinnacle by schemers smarter than him. "Oh, but he smiles, and he mentioned the devil a couple of weeks ago." Yeah, well, if you're so impressed by that, be glad you're a human, surrounded by other humans who help you survive, because if you were a beast that stupid, you would die.

27 comments:

  1. Well at least I can start breathing again. I've been holding my breath because it's been, what, a week and a half since his last outrageous pronouncement?

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    1. Week and a half? I've no idea what Bergoglio said because I no longer pay attention. He's said enough already to show his colors, anything more is just "outrage porn."

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    2. Some outrage now and again is good for rebalancing the humors by venting bile. And people expect it from the Bear. However the Bear does not indulge in it as much as he used to, since it is pretty much beating a dead horse. On the other hand, not everyone is where you are. They need to understand the situation.

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    3. True...I am suffering from Bergoglian-induced PTSD.

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  2. " Jorge Bergoglio has found the crack from which the smoke of Satan entered the Church and sits over it, breathing deeply of the fumes, like the Oracle at Delphi, so he can walk out and try to pollute Christ's Church with the open sewer of his always-open mouth."

    One of your best ones yet - and so true! I actually am having a rather odd and somewhat out of the body experience where suddenly he is becoming irrelevant to me. That is, I know he's out there vaporing away, and it makes me angry when I see the damage he is doing to souls, but I no longer feel that the Faith is threatened by it. He's simply wrong and evil (not to mention stupid and undereducated) and while he's doing everything possible, through his gang of elderly failed leftist and middle aged gay Romeo clergy, to destroy or at least permanently disable the Church, I think he is actually provoking people into rediscovering and restating the Faith that was buried under the VII nonsense of which he is now the prime exponent.

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    1. The Bear groks what you're saying.

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    2. Good! I guess one of the other things that was in the back of my mind was that you are angry without being bitter. I'm angry, too, and I like a good anger. But not personal insulted bitterness. Heck, what orthodox Catholic hasn't been insulted?

      One of my favorite angry writers recently went bitter and there's a difference.

      Our Lord was angry but never bitter. In other words, he didn't think it was all about him. He knew, in fact, that people were going to be horrible (putting it mildly) to him but he never was bitter. So thanks for the anger without bitterness!

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    3. Thank you. No, the Bear is not bitter. He is sometimes caustic but he's always on his unicycle, winking at the audience. As a Bear, perhaps it is easier for him to distance himself from the human horrors he observes. When I read about something like this, I say, yeah, every other blogger is going to complain about this. How can I complain about it without stripping people of their joy. "If you beat somebody like Mr. Scratch in a fair fight, then he loses all power over you." The Devil and Daniel Webster, 1941, Walter Huston making a marvelous devil. (The father, not John.) It is a delightful movie, btw, if only for Walter Huston's wonderful characterization of "Mr. Scratch." It was very inspirational for Judging Angels.

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    1. We should be afraid though. "No matter what / they have got the Marksim gun / and we have not."

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  4. Agree with Elizabeth that, "Jorge Bergoglio has found the crack from which the smoke of Satan entered the Church and sits over it, breathing deeply of the fumes, like the Oracle at Delphi, so he can walk out and try to pollute Christ's Church with the open sewer of his always-open mouth." is indubitably one of the finest lines ever written in the English language. Imagine how good it would sound in Latin!

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    1. orgHay ashay oundfay ethay ackcray omfray ichwaty ethey mokesay...

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  5. Wait until ICANN gets transferred to "private international authorities" (read: UN). Pope Frankie and Zuckerberg's recent meeting will bear the fruit of censorship of any critical piece against his mercy movement--because, terrorists, you know.

    Then slowly, faithful Catholic domains will be silently delisted because they're anti-[insert worldly offending adjective here]. Time to get acquainted with the darkweb.

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    1. I have seriously considered ham radio

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  6. Thank you for this true and honest depiction of our times. It deserves to be widely circulated.

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  7. Just a small FYI, the Armada de la Republica Argentina was, amazingly, equipped with two Type 42 destroyers during the 1982 Falklands War. The Type 42 is, amazingly, a British design and was in fact in service with the British fleet that retook the Falklands. Even more amazingly, the Argentines sank two Type 42s (Sheffield, Coventry) and damaged one other (Glasgow).

    Those were thoroughly modern ships, though their anti-aircraft missile (Sea Dart) - primary armament - was found to have severe limitations tackling low-altitude aircraft, which is how so many had such a bad time.

    The Argentine Type 42s were the Santisima Trinidad and the Hercules. The former played a significant role in the conflict.

    But yes much of the Armada was obsolete. Their primary offensive assets were of WWII vintage including most subs. They did have a few fairly modern Type 209 boats.

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  8. I won't deny that the Argies had some effective weapons. It was the Falklands War that made "exocet missile" a household name. Their pilots would fly so low to be under radar that they had to use their windscreen wipers because of the ocean spray! I do not discount their bravery in their specific missions.

    But you also have to admit that the British ship design was just awful. They were too top-heavy, so they built the superstructure out of aluminum. But you know what? Aluminum burns.

    Strategically, however, the entire war was one big game of chicken. Nobody blinked. The General Belgrano, an ex-WWII cruiser was torpedoed by a nuclear sub the Argentine navy was simply not equipped to deal with. As Roger Waters put it, "And Maggie ever lunch one day, took a cruiser with all hands" (Final Cut, IIRC).

    So, I must maintain that if the Brits were determined to conduct ops a billion miles away from home, Argentina never had a chance. I am comparing a similar romantic detachment from reality in Pope Francis. But thank you, you are obviously informed and I appreciate your comment.

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  9. That this guy finishes his reign in the Tiber I have no doubt. The Italians are still Italian, that hasn't changed no matter the century.

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  10. Question 1: How can a man who says Catholics who actually believe the Church has the absolute truth are potential terrorists be Catholic?
    Answer: He can't be Catholic. He is a heretic

    Question 2: How can a man who apparently believes the Church holds only a partial and provisional truth that must be supplemented by non-Christian religions, be Pope?
    Answer: He can't be Pope, because he isn't Catholic.

    So the man who is supposedly the Pope is not. Nor is he Catholic. Conclusion: The Catholic Church of today has no Pope.

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    1. Kim, meet Ronald. Ronald, meet Kim.

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