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Posted by Bob on March 26th, 2010 under Coaching Session

If the RICO Act were enforced, every bishop of the Catholic Church would be in prison. I say this because you have a simple choice, either every bishop knew about the shifting of pedophile priests from diocese to diocese, or they were ignoramuses about the reality of the Church, and you don’t get your miter in that crowd without being sharp.

If I understand the RICO Act correctly, and as I say I never did anything legal in Washington, if a higher up knows illegal orders are being given and does not report them, he, as part of the organization, is as liable as the one who gives orders.

This is never fully enforced against ANYONE, let alone the church to which over a quarter of Americans belong. As Organized Crime Attorneys have doubtless pointed out thousands of times in and out of court, if RICO were enforced against almost ANY organization the way it is against The Mafia and its relatives, the heads of about every major corporation and every church in America would be behind bars.

As far as my limited legal knowledge goes, that is perfectly true.

So we are in the peculiar position of saying the hiding  of a few findings on nicotine or a few rigged crash-tests or a few bishops causing more pederastry than any single pederast could even imagine has to be OK.

After all, the last two letters of RICO stand for Corrupt Organizations. One could say that organized crime is ALL corrupt, though both the Godfathers died trying to make most of their activities legit. And that, of course, is one of the themes of The Godfather: You think you’re out but they drag you back in.

But this brings up the question, Are you EVER out?

The answer has to be yes. The logic the Church uses for its Pro-Life stance cannot be applied to anything in life, least of all the Church itself. If the Church enforced the same logic it uses on abortion on itself, it would have to disband.

Even if one must say that the Church itself cannot disband, its doctrine declares it eternal despite error, every Catholic organization short of the Church itself could probably be forced to disband by its own pro-Life, no-compromise language.

And by its own pro-pederast actions.

This is has been an exercise in thinking out loud. My Mantra mindset says that there is something fundamentally wrong about banning all medical use of fetal material while at the same time forgetting the giant, life-ruining pederastry, I for one do not find all that excusable.

When slobbering over anti-Semitism became chic, the Pope went to Israel to do his blubbering. But If he has taken any similar action about DECADES of ruining the lives of Catholic boys, I have yet to hear of it.

I think the lesson is one we all know, but which needs to be brought out from time to time. It is the same lesson that is taught by the example of J. Edgar Hoover:

Every FAMOUS moralist, be he a person or a Church, talks unconditional morality and practices BRAZEN selective morality. Today the judge of who becomes a FAMOUS moralist, as the Church must be to get money and maintain power, is the media.

What I have just said is obvious to every adult, but it has not been long since there was no place to say it.

Now there is.

And that could make “practicality” in the new age a totally different thing.

  1. #1 by backbaygrouch4 on 03/26/2010 - 8:35 am

    Human sexuality is the hardest part of man to explain. If Aristotle is right, man is a rational animal. Sexuality is the least rational part of man. It is not understood. It is powerful. It is nearly always lied about.

    This creates a huge headache for administrators, the police and the courts. It is darn near impossible to reach the truth. Consider the plight of a bishop. On one hand you have an employee, denying all. On the other side you have a child from a dysfunctional family, that has its hand out. You have the police and the courts that don’t want to know. But mostly you have a streetwise teenage boy who adamantly insists that he will not testify. This is your typical case.

    This situation arises in many circumstances. It is really without a solution. It is the human condition. In the school system the union makes it impossible to fire the teacher. They get shuffled from school to school in Boston and in every other city of any size. The Orthodox Jewish community in NYC has the highest level of abuse in the country for a variety of reasons. It is below the media’s radar screen. The single most guilty professions are likely youth parole officers and social workers. The few comparative studies indicate that the Catholic church has less of a problem than most organizations.

    Let’s apply Mantra thinking. Why does only the Catholic church hit the headlines? Why does the Jewish run media target it? Part of it is the pro-life stance of the church. Part of it is residual anti-Catholicism of the balance of Christian America. No prejudice is more acceptable in the media than anti-Catholicism. It is in large measure the divide and conquer attitude and reflexes of the enemies of our race. We cannot afford to gratuitously offend a quarter or more of our needed constituency. This is a practical matter.

    In a perfect world, teachers’ unions would not protect pederasts, Jews would not protect pederast rabbis nor would other churches protect ministers, politicians would not protect politically appointed court officers and bishops would have the evidence to pursue pederasts. But they don’t. Nor do the other offenders. They are the worst sort of cases to adjudicate. If the principals understand sexuality, which they often do not, they lie anyway.

    Again, this is a society wide problem. Why focus only on the Catholic church? Why is this news being produced? It sure is not to help our cause. If we are divided, we will be subdued..

  2. #2 by Tim on 03/26/2010 - 10:05 am

    I consider myself “educated by the Jesuits”. It was later in my education that I went to a Jesuit School. And that is where I learned how to learn. I am thankful for that.

    I must confess though. I have spent plenty of time around a lot of Catholics. And in fairness a lot of Protestants as well. I have never seen anything inappropriate in any way shape manner or form. Not even from the evil and conspiratorial Jesuits!

    Many die hard Catholics would get upset at Bob’s comment. They would say:
    “You could say the same of any religious INSTITUTION like Judaism or Baptists etc….they all have double standards….but you are just picking on Catholics”.

    Don’t worry Catholic readers. Bob doesn’t discriminate. The bugs policy is as follows:
    “ALL your sacred cows are ready for the BBQ”.

    All institutions operate off of ridiculous double standards. That is why they are called INSTITUTIONS. Religion does not alleviate the institutional mindset.

  3. #3 by BGLass on 03/26/2010 - 10:59 am

    The underlying issue Mr. Whitaker addresses is power and underlying culpability, imo. Jews have the figure of the “shabbos goy.” On Sabbath, where the Laws of God must be strictly kept, the shabbos goy may break them all, to the direct benefit of the Jews. He can cook, clean, carry, turn on lights, etc., in a Jewish house or synagogue.

    BUT THE ONE thing he won’t do, although technically he could, is DRIVE. Because THEN he could drive folks to shul, and this could mean non-Jewish legal authorities could break up Jewish neighborhoods, and use “urban relocation/ethnic cleansing” policies on them, as are used in gentile neighborhoods daily, to run off whites, as well as “community organizing,” so unsavory characters just appear, walking around nice neighborhoods, to be intimidating, so people move, etc.. Not having to have a neighborhood, b/c God says so, could break up Jewish neighborhoods. As is, Jews can hire others to do “dirty work,” and not be culpable (according to religion), but even this rule is selective. There are certain things even a shabbos goy won’t do. Like drive.

    Due to having to walk to shul, all Jews must live next door to each other. The torah could have been interpreted otherwise, but it would not have protected neighborhoods from “urban relocation” or “housing authorities.” The shabbos goy could have been easily interpreted otherwise. It could have been allowed to drive.

    Judaism alone deeply codifies this abnegation of responsibility for breaking God’s Laws. And, in fact, asks that this codification be practiced AS PART OF Sabbath. Really think about this. If one does not directly pull the trigger, one is not responsible. Period. Due to the meme of shabbos goy, many really DO NOT GET why goys would blame them for some things. Christians don’t understand why Jews don’t get that the Christians don’t get it.

    To paraphrase from above, ‘In a perfect world, Jews would not protect rabbis…” But maybe one cannot compare this to a Catholic situation, since Catholicism has no shabbos goy. No weekly-practiced meme of non-culpability.

    The transmission of unspoken ideas about selective culpability (which laws we will overlook and when), is simply about raw power. Whites need to codify such an idea. They must create a shabbos goy who won’t drive, to protect their neighborhoods. Nobody is going to do this for them.

    Imagine a Sabbath where you break God’s stated laws by hiring someone to break them to your benefit, if you want certain things done, not others. Hear that. It was a smart move.

  4. #4 by BGLass on 03/26/2010 - 11:08 am

    Well, to add… the above sounds so UNETHICAL from another point of view. And this is a root of a problem. Jews do not want to live in “a perfect world,” as someone stated (where bad people are charged with their crimes), necessarily. For some, a perfect world IS one in which they have power, and what works for them IS the right interpretation of culpability. Their power is a better power (for them) and so therefore it seems JUST. So, some really do not understand what all the others WANT at all. It is very difficult for Jews to apprehend the Christian situation and vise-versa. Also, the religion is monotheistic–for them only. From this perspective, imposing PC makes sense.

  5. #5 by Dave on 03/26/2010 - 11:11 am


    Sex is the easiest part of man to explain.

    The hardest part is the way world reflects what is missing in most people. What is worse, they were born that way.

    That Catholics will fail to cope with the betrayals of their own clerics is an easy call and your post reflects that fact in spades.

    Now this isn’t because you or they are Catholic. That is entirely beside the point. It is because the stuff that is needed within them is missing.

    This is precisely why I like Robert Whitaker. He is a supplier of stuff that is missing.

    Fundamentally, that is all that matters.

  6. #6 by BGLass on 03/26/2010 - 11:23 am

    Idk. The Catholic ‘failure’ is more a trade-off/sacrifice. I was not raised Catholic, but see the church is a powerful institution on most fronts–financial, continental, ideological, membership, etc. So it has strong enemies. As such, it will reasonably sacrifice individuals, no matter how brutal that sounds, for goals involving centuries. All this has little to do with sex, per se, (although it will appear so to sacrificed individuals and their sympathizers). At another historical time, it might be sacrificing individual heretics in its midst. Psychiatry and imposed memory therapies have called some of this into question, also. The Church has, at times, been good for the whites. Period.

  7. #7 by Simmons on 03/26/2010 - 12:07 pm

    Instead of waiting for Bob to post something so we can post back about how wonderful he is, do something, thin edge of the wedge or thick end of the wedge.

    Being a flaming hypocrite I will now post something to flatter my own vanity.

    Yesterday I thought I coined an original term, and I love to do that, but Bob probably beat me to the punch.

    I labled the media the “RICO media.”

    They suck but one day they will meet one of Dave’s “militants” on the air and their ways will change.

    This militant will break them using the Mantra via a well delivered cadence that the unwitting host will help along with his/her PC indoctrination.

    When the dam of authority breaks it breaks catastrophically. I for one claim all the white hotties from MSNBC for my harem, they gonna need an alpha male to protect them.

  8. #8 by shari on 03/26/2010 - 12:45 pm

    “All your sacred cows are ready for the BBQ.” Exactly! Christ knows how to keep HIS church. Just make sure your not doing anything that you could be hauled into court for. Or,if you are dishonestly charged, you can give an honest answer.

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