Showing posts with label Lifesite. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Lifesite. Show all posts

Monday, October 17, 2022

We have some questions for the Canucks at LifeSite

 From the earliest days of the Chinese Plandemic, LifeSite News has been a lonely voice yelling bullshit in a manner only the politest Canadi<ns can master.   They have courageousely stood up to both secular and religious authorities that were enforcing lockdowns and mandating jabs.  When pastors introduced vaccine apartheid to their congregations, they exposed them as the antithesis of Damien of Molokai.  And, when bishops said that getting the baby juice cocktail injected into your arm was a moral responsibility, they raised serious ethical questions about its origin, its safety, and its effectiveness.

Recently, John~Henry Westen (the nicest guy after Brian Mulroney) and Kennedy Hall (a dabbler in Libertarianism) attended the Catholic Identity Conference in Pennsylvania. 

While we're certain they both made valuable contributions, we're wondering how they got there in the first place.  It's true that the ferret-faced Justin Bieber Castro dropped all vaccine and testing requirements for entering Canada last month.  But, the U.S. of A. is still holding out.   Check out these screen shots from Delta Air Lines.

Do Messrs. Westen & Hall possess green cards?   Did they get jabbed?   Or better yet, do they have some information they can share with their readers on how to circumvent U.S. law?   C'mon fellas!  A lot of us have family north of the border and they'd like to work on their tans this winter!

Saturday, June 11, 2011

Marriage Defender Hit in Head by Bottle: TFP in Action

"These bully tactics do not even slightly dampen my resolve to continue
promoting the truth about marriage in charity," said TFP volunteer Michael

BY Rebecca Millette

FAIRPORT, New York, June 6, 2011 ( – Volunteers with the
American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family, and Property (TFP)
were attacked while peacefully demonstrating in support for marriage in
Fairport, New York, on June 2. 

Watch a video of the attack here. PHONE NUMBER POSTED ON YOUTUBE SITE IN

The group was peacefully holding signs in support of marriage and
distributing flyers titled “10 Reasons Why Homosexual ‘Marriage’ Is
Harmful and Must Be Opposed.” The pamphlet calls on New Yorkers to firmly
and peacefully resist the advance of the gay rights movement.

Young demonstrators were approached by a pro-homosexual man who knocked down
and tore to pieces the group’s thirteen foot long banner, inscribed with
the words “God’s Marriage = 1 Man & 1 Woman.” 

Immediately afterward, the man threatened to destroy the group’s camera.
“I’ll smash your camera,” he said. 

Approaching another TFP volunteer who was holding a sign that read “Honk
for Traditional Marriage,” the man said: “Are you going to give me your
sign, or do I need to rip it up too!?”

During the same demonstration, a passerby in a moving vehicle threw a beer
bottle at TFP volunteer Michael Shibler. The glass bottle hit him on the
forehead, causing it to swell and bleed. Local police are investigating both

“These bully tactics do not even slightly dampen my resolve to continue
promoting the truth about marriage in charity. Our cause is noble and we
will win,” said Shibler. 

“Some say that same-sex ‘marriage’ doesn’t harm or affect anybody.
Well, I think my throbbing forehead is a good example of how it does harm
people. Anti-family proponents would like to completely silence my first
amendment right to free speech,” he said. “While demanding tolerance for
what they call ‘diversity,’ they are utterly intolerant of opposing

TFP is a Catholic organization rooted in a mission to fighting what they
call the “Culture War” in the front lines, by peacefully defending the
values of tradition, family and private ownership.

Friday, April 1, 2011

Soylent Green is REAL

Editor: the Frankenstein labs have come up with a trick out of science fiction to help solve world hunger.  There was a famous film called, "Soylent Green".  It's a film based on a novel called, Make Room! Make Room!, by Harry Harrison describing a dystopic future where the world is driven to starvation because of malthusian-like overpopulation.  Despite the fact that the malthusian thesis has not come to pass, our masters have decided to get us interested in marketing some exiting ideas related to cannibalism.

Here's the link to the story on lifesite, news...

A pro-life group that monitors the use of cells from babies victimized by abortions is today highlighting a biotech company, Senomyx, which it says produces artificial flavor enhancers using aborted fetal cell lines to test their products.
The group Children of God for Life is calling for a public boycott of major food companies partnering with Senomyx.
Debi Vinnedge, the director of the pro-life organization, tells today that, in 2010, her group wrote to Senomyx CEO Kent Snyder and pointed out that moral options for testing their food additives could and should be used. But when Senomyx ignored her letter, the group  wrote to the companies Senomyx listed on their website as “collaborators” warning them of public backlash and threatened boycott. They included food giants PepsiCo, Kraft Foods, Campbell Soup, Solae and Nestlé. (See update below.)

Sunday, January 17, 2010

A New Lion for Belgium

Since we first reported this occurence last week from, Archbishop Leonard is confirmed today since last week's happy rumour that he is to be the new "conservative" Archbishop of Belgium. The Valdosta Blog identifies this as a Seismic Shift.

Hilary White identifies another problem associated with his conservativity will leave him vulnerable to attack along the lines of a homosexual agenda:

Indeed, [Archbishop] Léonard has already fallen foul of the homosexualist activist machinery. In 2008 some homosexualist activist groups in Belgium tried to have him charged under the 2003 anti-discrimination act after the bishop commented that homosexuality is a psycho-social disorder.

While the silent war against the altar goes on in fair Austria against a lone priest, things are at least looking good for the country of Belgium. We like his name and anticipate quite a battle.