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Offline LaramieHirsch

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Guest Article: RCC’s Genocide Through Miscegenation?
« on: January 17, 2022, 02:22:36 PM »
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  • I was wondering if anyone would be interested in joining the comment box on this latest post:


    Guest Article: RCC’s Genocide Through Miscegenation?

    I know this topic has been brought up here on Cathinfo from time to time.  And I figured MLK Day would be a good time to put the question out there and see what folks think.  I’ll respond to the guest’s post later this week.
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    Re: Guest Article: RCC’s Genocide Through Miscegenation?
    « Reply #1 on: February 13, 2022, 12:28:34 AM »
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  • Here's my response to the guest article.  Took a while to get to.  Had a lot happen to the family between then and now.  I try to only write this kind of stuff during this month.

    Miscegenation, Intermixing, Interbreeding

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    Before some audiences not even the possession of the exactest knowledge will make it easy for what we say to produce conviction. For argument based on knowledge implies instruction, and there are people whom one cannot instruct.  - Aristotle


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    Re: Guest Article: RCC’s Genocide Through Miscegenation?
    « Reply #2 on: February 13, 2022, 01:04:21 PM »
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  • The orchestrated genocide of Europeans is a seriously neglected topic within Catholic, even Traditional, circles.
    Articles like this are sorely needed.

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    Re: Guest Article: RCC’s Genocide Through Miscegenation?
    « Reply #3 on: February 13, 2022, 01:11:24 PM »
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    I'll just wait for those still indoctrinated by their Marxist schooling to storm this.
    "Any man who... attempts to deprive the Sacred Heart of divine worship and glory - thereby convicts himself of heresy." - Cdl. Manning

     "We can, then, say, that the soul is of as much value as the blood of a God." - St. Alphonsus Liguori, Sermon for the 2nd Sunday after Easter

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    Re: Guest Article: RCC’s Genocide Through Miscegenation?
    « Reply #4 on: February 13, 2022, 01:27:27 PM »
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    Jesus didn’t heal the Syro-Phonecian woman’s daughter. He said, “The food of the children are NOT to be given to the dogs.” Jesus was a racist, having solidarity with His kinsmen. He only relented because the woman beat Him in a game of wits.
    I don't think that's what happened at all. He relented in order to fulfill another precept of the Gospel, not that the Logos made flesh was beaten in any manner by a mere creature.

    This borderline-blasphemous niggle aside, good article. 
    "Any man who... attempts to deprive the Sacred Heart of divine worship and glory - thereby convicts himself of heresy." - Cdl. Manning

     "We can, then, say, that the soul is of as much value as the blood of a God." - St. Alphonsus Liguori, Sermon for the 2nd Sunday after Easter