Wednesday, April 13, 2016


That should be a fine response to the ideologically motivated no bullying (brainwashing) campaign of late (which has effectively silenced any dissent on faggotry).

It should be a sign in every decent public place and home, to counter and eliminate the present ubiquitous lewd conduct which is being flaunted in our faces.

In other words, we will not tolerate public displays of homosexual affection and/or affectation (or any other form of lewdness, for that matter).

This came to mind during my daily parish Mass today as I considered aloud with the parishioners how I would react if a couple of self-avowed homosexual men came and sat arm-in-arm in the front row of the chapel during Mass. Not only would I be bound to refuse them communion! I would be absolutely compelled by every form of common decency and pastoral charity to have them expelled from the assembly, before I could begin or proceed with that Mass. Because their action would be at least equivalent to public nudity, for example. Entirely unacceptable.

Exemplary in this regard is the official statement of the Catholic Bishops Conference regarding a homosexualist US Ambassador imposed by Obama. Their message is exactly that: "We will not tolerate faggotry, i.e. the foreign imposition of lewdness (of any form) in our nation and among our people."

This matter has everything to do with the new Apostolic Exhortation (cf. Chapter 8) and Pope Francis' "who am I to judge" campaign, which condones every form of obstinate mortal sin (especially sexual sins) as acceptable and pleasing to God. I don't see how honest Christians and pastors of souls can ignore this matter any longer. The war is on. Decency must be defended, for the sake of the innocent (especially women, youth and children, who are the most vulnerable and defenseless in the matter of sexual immorality): it is matter of charity.

This also brings to mind the capital crime for which Socrates was falsely charged and condemned: the corruption of the young. Apology 24b The corruption of youth is indeed a capital crime and must be countered, as Christ Himself has said:

"But he that shall scandalize one of these little ones that believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone should be hanged about his neck, and that he should be drowned in the depth of the sea." Matthew 18:6

Cf. "The effeminate" in Sacred Scripture.

P.S. In this regard there are a number of high ranking clerics in the Catholic hierarchy who do indeed have quite the effeminate air, which, in the very least, gives a very bad impression regarding the manliness of Christ and of the Gospel. Metaphysical confusion (i.e. regarding the very nature of things) is the most fundamental confusion of all. Esto vir!
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