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It’s deeply concerning and disgraceful that these offensive and racist signs have been erected in an attempt to create fear and intimidate people," House of Commons member Paul Maskey stated, according to the Belfast Telegraph.
He added there is "no place for this type of behavior in our society" and urged political and community leaders to support a welcoming community.
Wednesday, November 29, 2023
MADRID— Catholic Arena (@CatholicArena) November 28, 2023
Spanish Catholics hold up their Rosaries to police after a heavy handed crackdown on their prayer that included the arrest of one man for praying peacefully pic.twitter.com/hxKu8zGw7x
To contact the Apostolic Nuncio to the United States His Eminence Cardinal Christophe Pierre. pic.twitter.com/wPDzxuVX7b— Fred Simon (@FredSimonTLM) November 21, 2023
[Limerick Post] Cllr Abul Kalam Azad Talukder, Fianna Fáil. Photo: Cian Reinhardt FIANNA Fáil councillor Azad Talukder was asked to withdraw comments at a council meeting this week after saying that he would like to see those involved in last Thursday’s violent Dublin riots “shot in the head”.
Tuesday, November 28, 2023
Pope's Supervisor Attacks Him in the Press -- Rabbinical Assembly Attacks Bergoglio -- With Distortions and Fabrications
Edit: even Bergoglio doesn’t think he’s a pope. Towards the end he spends about a minute talking to two faeries in matching blouses who give him a rosary to bless.
All are NOT welcome!
Trickie Bergoglio yanks his ring away at the last second!
WHO IS— DR. Kek (@Thekeksociety) November 27, 2023
THIS GUY? pic.twitter.com/Dt9Y5n8McV
Monday, November 27, 2023
Cardinal Raymond Burke, a modest, sharp-witted and steadfast defender of doctrine and discipline, hates Santa Marta. Pope Francis has been relentlessly pursuing the tradition-friendly American since his election.
(Rome) Pope Francis gathered all the dicastery heads of the Roman Curia a week ago today. On that occasion, according to Vatican sources, he declared that Cardinal Raymond Burke was his “enemy,” “so I am taking away his apartment and salary.”
Cardinal Burke, highly intelligent and one of the most excellent church lawyers, can look back on a remarkable career - until the election of Pope Francis. Pope John Paul II entrusted him with the diocese of La Crosse in Wisconsin in 1994, then promoted him to archbishop of Saint Louis in Missouri in 2003. Pope Benedict XVI appointed the tradition-friendly canonist to the Roman Curia in 2008 and appointed him Prefect of the Supreme Court of the Apostolic Signatura. In 2010 he created him a cardinal. This made Burke the highest-ranking judge in the Holy Church after the Pope.
The hostility of Pope Francis
Due to his closeness to tradition and to Benedict XVI. From March 2013, however, he became the obvious enemy of the new Church leader. With the election of Francis, Burke immediately lost two of three memberships in Roman congregations, most notably being expelled from the Congregation of Bishops because they wanted to eliminate his influence on the appointment of bishops in the USA. He was replaced by the progressive Cardinal Donald Wuerl, who then promptly fell in the wake of the McCarrick scandal. The exchange served to ensure that more homophile McCarrick protégés were placed on bishops' chairs rather than defenders of the faith.
When Cardinal Burke became the spokesman for the defenders of the sacraments of marriage and penance at the first family synod in 2014, Francis' next reaction was not long in coming. A few days after the conclusion of the synod, he deposed Burke as prefect of the Supreme Signature and removed him from the Roman Curia.
The American was relegated to a purely prestigious position as cardinal patron of the Sovereign Order of Malta until he got in Francis' way there at the end of 2016. When the Pope deposed the then Grand Master and Prince of the Order of Malta in an arbitrary act, he also deposed Cardinal Burke. He was only left with an empty official title, while his duties as papal representative to the Order of Malta were transferred to a special legate. At the same time, the top lawyer's last membership in a Roman congregation, that for worship and the sacraments, was revoked.
The Pope's mockery
In 2021, Francis mocked at a flying press conference that Cardinal Burke was in the intensive care unit with severe pneumonia and was in a struggle between life and death. Burke had criticized the corona vaccination, especially the exercise of de facto coercion, in which Francis took the most radical approach of all states and threatened all employees of the Vatican and the Holy See with dismissal if they did not undergo the experimental mRNA gene therapy, of which neither effect nor side effects were known. A central point of criticism from the cardinal was the use of aborted children to produce the Corona preparations. Francis, on the other hand, mocked journalists: “Even in the College of Cardinals there are some objectors, and one of them, the poor man, is in the hospital with the virus.”
However, Cardinal Burke recovered and returned to his old powers without mRNA gene therapy. But Francis, the Corona radical on the papal throne and among the heads of state who closed St. Peter's Basilica for months, had shown his face by expressing mockery and gloating about the possible death of Cardinal Burke instead of finding words of compassion and sympathy .
Grotesque personnel castling “for reasons of age”
In 2023, upon reaching the age of 75, Burke submitted his resignation as Cardinal Patron of the Order of Malta and immediately lost this last, albeit empty, title. He was replaced by the Bergoglian Gianfranco Cardinal Ghirlanda. Ghirlanda was promptly given back all the responsibilities that had been withheld from Burke for years. The absurdity of Bergoglian personnel policy has rarely been more evident than at this moment: the 75-year-old Burke was dismissed for reasons of age in order to appoint the 81-year-old Ghirlanda as his successor.
Now it has become known that at the meeting of all dicastery leaders on November 20th, Pope Francis denounced Cardinal Burke and said:
“Cardinal Burke is one of my enemies, so I’m taking away his apartment and salary.”
Cardinal Burke is currently in the USA. No formal communication of sanctions from the Holy See has yet reached him. The way in which this year already happened with Archbishop Georg Gänswein, the former personal secretary of Benedict XVI. and Prefect of the Apostolic House, leaves little doubt that Francis is also serious about the retaliatory and punitive action against Cardinal Burke.
Little respect for canon law
Since Francis cares little about canon law and insists all the more on his papal power, it is not to be expected that there will be any legal objections to such an action, which can hardly be justified, or that it could even prevent it. The recent dismissals or de facto dismissals of faithful bishops speak volumes about Francis' understanding of the law.
Cardinal Burke’s “enmity” appears to have become a fixation for Francis. The statement: “Cardinal Burke is one of my enemies” should be understood to mean that Francis is hostile to Burke. Burke repeatedly and strongly rejected the label of “enemy of the Pope.”
A few days ago, Francis gave the German bishops a shot across the bow, but the homophile modernists in the German bishoprics are not his problem as long as they do not want to rise above him. But Cardinal Burke seems to embody everything that Francis despises, despising so much that he wants to eradicate it - and that doesn't mean Bergoglio's deep-seated anti-gringo mentality.
Unwavering, intelligent and coherent
Cardinal Burke defends tradition, he is steadfast, intelligent and coherent. It is this combination that makes him so threatening to Francis. Cardinal Burke is the mirror held up to Francis; he embodies what a pope should be.
In addition, for Francis, Burke represents and contacts with the “religious right” in the USA, a diction that Francis adopted from left-wing sociologists and introduced into Church discourse. This “religious right” is being fought by Francis, which is why his attempts to contact US evangelicals quickly came to nothing. This ended in early 2016 with Donald Trump's candidacy at the latest. Francis sees the traditional and conservative Catholic Americans as the greatest organized resistance that could stand in the way of his corrosive restructuring of the church in line with the globalist UN agenda. And Cardinal Burke is their arm in the church, according to the Pope's idea.
The Pope's foster son
The fact is that on October 3, 2023, at a meeting in Rome on the eve of the Synodality Synod, Cardinal Burke subjected the first statements and actions of the new Prefect of the Faith, Victor Manuel Fernández, known as “Tucho”, to a devastating criticism after - hard to believe - Cardinal Burke insulted as a heretic and schismatic. Tucho Fernández, whom the Bergoglian Sr. Lucia Caram happily described on Spanish television as a “homosexual,” is Pope Francis’ foster son. Any criticism of him is taboo and will not be forgiven.
Above all, Cardinal Burke repeatedly urged Francis to fulfill his duties and responsibilities as pope.
Cardinal Burke repeatedly stood in Francis's way by signing and also playing a key role in drafting several of the most important documents criticizing Francis' pontificate. These include the first dubia [doubts] about the controversial post-synodal exhortation Amoris laetitia and the second dubia, which raise fundamental questions and demand clarification of how Francis views the revealed truth and the dogmas of the faith.
Deprive people of their livelihoods
Since Francis can no longer take office from his opponent Burke, since the American has already had all his offices taken away, he wants to take a punitive action that is unprecedented in Church history and deprive the cardinal of the roof over his head and his salary. Apparently, even the most elementary principles that Francis otherwise preaches, namely that housing and food are among the basic rights of everyone, do not apply to traditionalists like Cardinal Burke. Nobody excepted. Except…
The most recent announcement suggests that Francis would prefer to remove cardinals like Burke, i.e. the few remaining members of the College of Cardinals who oppose the Bergoglian Revolution and were not appointed by Francis, from the Church Senate.
In conclusion, we agree with the succinct assessment of Riccardo Cascioli, editor-in-chief of Nuova Bussola Quotidiana:
“The fact is that the end of this pontificate is increasingly resembling a South American dictatorship in its methods.”
Text: Giuseppe Nardi
Image: Divinitas (screenshot)
Trans: Tancred vekron99@hotmail.Com
Sunday, November 26, 2023
The Catholic-communist and homophile priest Don Lorenzo Milani, whose grave Pope Francis visited.
By Pier Giorgio Macchi
Even Giorgio La Pira1, who was initially considered the "spiritual father" of "Catho-Communism", backed down when the 1968 protests reached the Archbishop's Curia of Florence, and reaffirmed to Don Lorenzo Milani (and the protesting "red priests"), led by Don Enzo Mazzi 1927–2011), his loyalty to the See of Peter. When a journalist asked him which side he was on, he replied succinctly with the words of St. Ambrose: “Ubi Petrus ibi Ecclesia,” which astonished everyone, starting with the Piarist Father Ernesto Balducci (1922-1992), the leader of the Florentine protest. Perhaps that is why Don Milani called La Pira an “old arteriosclerotic.” But this is nothing compared to the definition given by Milani, the prior of Barbiana, of his archbishop, Cardinal Ermenegildo Florit, successor to the great Florentine archbishop Elia Dalla Costa, whom he called an “arteriosclerotic possessed by the devil”.
Cardinal Ermenegildo Florit (1901-1885) had to carry on his weak shoulders the heavy cross of protest of the "red clergy" of Florence: from Don Milani's school in Barbiana, where it was taught that "obedience is no longer a virtue", and where his infamous "Letter to a Teacher", a kind of "Mao booklet" for students, to the Isolotto community (whose leader, Don Enzo Mazzi, died without reconciling with the Church and asked for a civil burial and cremation). ), where the demonstrators even occupied the church and forcibly removed Monsignor Alba, the bishop's delegate. Very sad times that led to the Catholic-Communist demonstrators even breaking into the Curia and staging a shameful “trial” against Archbishop Florit.
And today? This year the Curia of Florence celebrates not the centenary of the birth of its archbishop, Cardinal Florit, but the centenary of the “rebel priest” Don Lorenzo Milani (1923-1967), who insulted him so shamefully. Under the chairmanship of Cardinal Giuseppe Betori, Archbishop of Florence, Don Gianluca Bitossi, Rector of the Archbishop's Seminary, and the left-wing Catholic former minister Rosy Bindi, a meeting will take place from Friday, November 24th to Saturday November 25th, initially in the seminary and the theological faculty, then in San Donato in Calenzano, where Don Milani removed the cross from the parish school for the first time. The entire “national” and “international” left will be present: from the judge Beniamino Deidda to the ultra-progressive theologian Severino Dianich, from Don Andrea Bigalli. who celebrated civil weddings in the community and invited people to “throw napalm at (Lega leader) Matteo Salvini”, to Don Luca Mazzinghi and Don Stefano Tarocchi and so on. The only one who will have no voice is Betori's predecessor, Cardinal Florit, the target of Don Milani's ideological hatred.
Of the opposite character, but much more in keeping with historical reality, is the conference that will take place in Verona on Saturday, November 25th, in the central Piazza Brà, in the Liston 12 restaurant, where Vito Comencini will present the anthology with the telling title: “Da Barbiana al Forteto – don Milani e il Donmilanismo” (“From Barbiana to Forteto. Don Milani and Donmilanism”), edited by Pucci Cipriani and Ascanio Ruschi (Publisher Solfanelli, Chieti 2023, 184 pages, Euro 13.30). The book brings together some important testimonies, including that of the then Dean of Florence, Don Mario Faggi, who died in 2015. The editorial director of the website “Il Covile” Stefano Borselli confirms the “ideological connection” between Barbiana and il Forteto. Il Forteto, a left-wing showcase project, was in reality an Italian “Odenwald School,” a place of horror where children were systematically sexually abused. Further contributions come from: Carlo Manetti, Roberto de Mattei, Lorenzo Gasperini, Cristina Siccardi, Enrico Nistri, Pier Luigi Tossani, Alberto De Marchi, Pier Angelo Vassallo, Armando Ermini and the editors Ruschi and Cipriani themselves.
You can read what Don Milani and Il Forteto are all about here:
Pope's visit to the grave of Don Lorenzo Milani - Which model of priesthood does Francis want to promote?
Don Milani, child sexual abuse and Pope Francis
Translation: Giuseppe Nardi
Image: Correspondenza Romana
1 Giorgio La Pira (1904–1977), lawyer, Christian Democrat, Dominican tertiary, from 1933 full professor of Roman law at the University of Florence, where he lived until the end of his life in a modest cell in the Dominican monastery, 1946–1948 member of the constitutional committee Assembly of Italy (1946-1948), between 1948 and 1977 Member of Parliament in three of the seven legislative periods, 1948-1952 State Secretary in the government of Alcide De Gasperi (DC), 1951-1957 and 1961-1965 Mayor of Florence, belonged to the left-wing Catholic wing of the Christian Democratic Party.
On December 31, 2014, A Seattle man employed as an engineer at Bill and Melinda Gates' home was arrested at their estate for having 6,000 child rape pornographic images with him.— Dom Lucre | Breaker of Narratives (@dom_lucre) November 26, 2023
On March 3, 2022, Melinda told VanityFair she divorced Bill due to his Jeffrey Epstein friendship. pic.twitter.com/hu8U8JPVpb
Saturday, November 25, 2023
Edit: stay away from the kids, groomer! This priest is probably searching for victims. He should be locked up for this bad piece of street theater aimed at children.
Francis says he's getting rid of diocesan Latin Masses in order to foster unity in the Church. Evidently, this is an example of what Francis sees as unifying liturgy pic.twitter.com/K3oFdsTgwU— Michael J. Matt (@Michael_J_Matt) November 24, 2023
Friday, November 24, 2023
Edit: while the Irish people are finally fed up with this latest wave of Moorish invasion, the major news media is horrified that people are reacting negatively to these marauders shanking innocent women and children and then raising the baseless accusation of racism.
The Media: how dare you white people get angry and react negatively to the end of your history and heritage.
Meanwhile, it’s the lack of Jewish influence that is blamed for this unusual show of ethnic solidarity.
Michael Collins is watching.
While Ireland’s Prime Minister is ever eager to plead for the people of Gaza, the foreign ruler of Ireland, Leo Vardarkar, has little concern for the native Irish as he condemns their very justifiable reaction to violent interlopers invading their once familiar lanes and villages. How dare these white people complain about our multicultural society!
The Irish in Dublin are taking to the streets after a migrant stabbed several children and a woman.— iamyesyouareno (@iamyesyouareno) November 23, 2023
They are fed up with the constant flow of violent crime committed by migrants. Demand action. pic.twitter.com/8i3s5dAg4F
What’s it going to take for the Germans to get fed up?
The Dutch have elected their own aberrosexual, Geert Wilders, to oppose growing Islamic encroachment on their own society.
Wednesday, November 22, 2023
One of the duties and privileges of the canons of St. Peter's Basilica is to show the people during Holy Week various relics associated with the suffering of Jesus Christ, here the Holy Face.