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Feel Around You, Your Holiness!

Posted by Bob on August 27th, 2013 under Coaching Session

Once, in the middle of a football game I will never forget, I did something especially stupid, even for me.   My coach yelled out, for all to hear, “Feel around you, Whitaker, maybe you’re still in bed!”Image Hosted by

This incident came back to me when I read a quote from the Pope, described as “very brave” by the press, about homosexuals.  In response to a question, he said, “Who am I to judge them?”

Well, for one thing, you’re the frigging POPE!

To the 1,200,000,000 people who are at least nominally members of the Catholic Church, you and those you select are the ultimate and final judges.   When you say Papal Masses, you have above you in huge letters the charge Jesus gave to Peter, and, you claim, through Peter to you:  That you have the power to make things sinful or forgive them, and that the Gates of Hell will not stand against that power.

This may be true.  This may be false.

But what it is NOT is subtle.

  1. #1 by shari on 08/27/2013 - 7:32 pm

    I think that there is someone, who’s church it really is, who CAN judge. It stands to reason that He wouldn’t be pro-GENOCIDE either.

  2. #2 by John White on 08/27/2013 - 8:39 pm

    I think this post isn’t really about the Pope or homosexuals. I think it is for us to identify the Mantra Thinking behind the post.

    It’s late where I am and I’m tired, but I’ll try:

    We do practical politics every time we open our mouths, therefore we should always be in touch with reality, and we should always think about the audience.

    Another important thing, IMO: centuries of “Papal infallibility” have done nothing to prevent Catholic people from professing their faith pretty much how they wanted.

    Catholics have sex before marriage, use condoms and get divorced every day.

    When massively hit by our Mantra, I don’t think they will care that much about the fact that they’d be “sinning” by becoming pro-White.

    The Catholic hierarchy is quite good at holding on to power by making friends with the establishment. When we bring down the anti-white mafia, I’m almost convinced that the Church will magically become pro-white as if they had been all their life.

  3. #3 by Bob on 08/28/2013 - 8:01 am

    Good work, John!
    Not for guessing what I had in mind, but for explaining to me what I had in mind.

  4. #4 by Epiphany on 08/28/2013 - 12:14 pm

    Whites do not seem to realize that they are being oppressed. Others, non–Whites, speak as if we are victimizing them, instead of the other way about. That is political correctness in a nutshell!

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