There you go. I’d no intention whatever of running this as a post, not the slightest thought. But along come the PC bansturbators and now they’re going to get this at every news source, at many blogs, for days, if not weeks.…
the metaphysical and speculative
‘I doubted God after the Paris attacks': The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby says he was left asking why when the militant jihadis struck
For a churchman of your standing, with your supposed learnedness, knowing all the things the saints and scribes have written, stretching back, knowing your scripture back to front, knowing all the arguments already, being a scholar of the first water in such matters, then not only to doubt God but to publicly tell that to your flock, it will certainly be Dante you’ll meet at the lower gate, not Peter at the upper.
You are not the only one, many of your predecessors have done similar, the kowtowing to the vagaries of the world is beyond the pale – the lot of you need clearing out of the synod and the synod needs disbanding – perhaps it’s time for lay vicars and bishops.…
We need to drive into our skulls that ISIS is an American CIA set-up through the people who brought you 911 and all manner of untoward things – the power behind the running of the country which three presidents went on record mentioning, let alone people such as Quigley.
Until we get that through our skulls, then nothing really makes any sense. And the Saudis fund it, the Americans train them.
Hence, while Putin swooped and bombed, the Americans stood back and watched. And no western leader will move.
Which does not in the least excuse the Muslims – it was still those who played the Oswald roles – they’re quite genuine in their throat slitting – observe Israel’s streets at this moment. And do not forget Svali saying the thing is coming to a head for 2020.…
Haifa before 1899
Just why this greater region, which I’ve passed through, has such an intense past and future is the hub of something beyond normal explanation, just why the catacombs and tunnels under the temple mount are so critical to so many people, even to the Templars, is a chin-stroker.…
1. Forget a few expensive bombs on the desert;
2. Start the roundup of the Islamists;
3. Start the expulsions.…
1. It is Them who need to be taken out first, the ones with the hands on the triggers, the ones with the power to open our borders.
Even were the govt to intern all Muslim males between 10 and 50, closing all mosques and deporting the Imams, it is cosmetic. Both the Americans and British could have joined Putin to wipe out ISIS, they could have prevented the influx at home. They did not do so because of the UN/EU PC agenda.
They will do nothing even now but bring in more laws to incommode the indigenous and still allow the terrorist population to walk around scot free.
The removal of Them is the single greatest task western society has before it.
2. Next it is necessary to expel all Imams. The Romans killed the Druids, I’m not suggesting this – just deport them or send the home grown article to Guantanamo or similar facility, in perpetuity.…
After a breather from the topic [relatively], straight into it again:
# Via Chuckles:
# Via Rossa – the new servitude:
The last thing readers need on a wet, gloomy Sunday evening, with my living room ceiling dripping rain, is a theological post.
So let’s do a theological post. Look, it’s either that or one on Corbyn and Cameron.
This stemmed from that youtube showing the Visigoths, who were supposedly Arian, fiercely clashing with the Catholic Rome, with the de rigeur levels of slaughter, rape, pillaging, dismembered limbs and other gore.
We’re talking C4th here.…
A controversial day:
All Souls Day is a holy day set aside for honoring the dead. The day is primarily celebrated in the Catholic Church, but it is also celebrated in the Eastern Orthodox Church and a few other denominations of Christianity.
Today is All Hallows, last evening being All Hallows Eve. It’s appropriate then that something on churches be put up.
And it fell into our lap yesterday with the mail piece on Scientology. Not sure which is the most litigious church in the U.S.A. but if Google rankings are anything to go by, it might be this one:
The most high profile members might have been Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes. I always thought the Shriners were the most litigious but perhaps they don’t call themselves a church, though it looks pretty churchy to me, in a satanist kinda way.
If anything is going to bring down Christianity, it will be:…
“There’s an east wind coming, Watson.”
“I think not, Holmes. It is very warm.”
“Good old Watson! You are the one fixed point in a changing age. There’s an east wind coming all the same, such a wind as never blew on England yet. It will be cold and bitter, Watson, and a good many of us may wither before its blast. But it’s God’s own wind none the less, and a cleaner, better, stronger land will lie in the sunshine when the storm has cleared.”
You know, I’m not sure which makes me seethe more – the way these bozos are able to do this and nothing whatever is done with them:
A throng of nearly 200 pro-migrant rioters descended on London’s St. Pancras mainline station tonight – the terminal that connects the UK’s capital city with Europe – to demand “no borders” and “no nations”. The scenes, brought to you exclusively by Breitbart London, shows violent clashes between police and protesters, with London’s cops looking woefully unprepared.
Laïcité is a core concept in the French constitution, Article 1 of which formally states that France is a secular republic (“La France est une République indivisible, laïque, démocratique et sociale.”)
The issue, to me, is not laicite:
For 30 years, the town’s schools – like most schools in France – have provided an alternative menu for Muslim (and the far fewer Jewish) children on the occasional days when the meat part of the lunch is from the pig.
But abruptly last month – at the start of this school year – the centre-right mayor Gilles Platret decided that this was to end.
The reason he gives is a sound invocation of the country’s long-standing secular values.
“What we are doing is simple: we are leaving religion at the school-gate,” he says.
By stopping special meals for Muslims, “we no longer file people under religious faith; we no longer group people together according to diet.”
… that’s fine.…
The cardinals warn the Pope, in diplomatic language, that (a) the synod is being hijacked by liberals obsessed with the narrow issue of giving Communion to divorced and remarried people; (b) going down the route of ‘pastoral flexibility’ could lead to the Catholic Church falling apart in the same way as liberal Protestant denominations; and (c) the synod working papers prepared by the Pope’s allies Cardinal Lorenzo Baldisseri and Archbishop Bruno Forte are a mess and going down badly with the Synod Fathers.
The seniority of the signatories shows how close the church is to civil war. Cardinal Gerhard Müller, Prefect of the Congregation of the Faith – the Church’s doctrinal watchdog – is on the list. So is Cardinal George Pell, head of the Vatican’s finances, and Cardinal Robert Sarah, in charge of the Church’s worship.
Sarah is the most prominent African cardinal in the church, along with Cardinal Wilfred Napier of Durban, who has also signed.
This follows on from the look at the common elements with the major world movements over the past century and a half.
The question is simple:
The US Treasury has recently opened an inquiry about the so-called “Islamic State’s” (ISIS/ISIL) use of large numbers of brand-new Toyota trucks. The issue has arisen in the wake of Russia’s air operations over Syria and growing global suspicion that the US itself has played a key role in arming, funding, and intentionally perpetuating the terrorist army across Syria and Iraq.
What would you have said? The Saudis, no?…
Sourcing just the Wells-Crowley connection certainly turned over a few rocks and there were some interesting creatures under there.
See Harman disciple Marilyn Feruguson’s 1980 Aquarian Conspiracy for a popular exposition of Harman’s views and program for subversion of the United States.