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TURN IN A GUN, STAY FOR A BACK RUB
« on: July 25, 2021, 02:33:59 PM »
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  • TURN IN A GUN, STAY FOR A BACK RUB: Father Michael Pfleger Sponsors Gun ‘Buyback’ Just For Those 25 and Under
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    July 25, 2021


    https://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/turn-in-a-gun-stay-for-a-back-rub-father-michael-pfleger-sponsors-gun-buyback-just-for-those-25-and-under/

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    Re: TURN IN A GUN, STAY FOR A BACK RUB
    « Reply #1 on: July 25, 2021, 05:52:02 PM »
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  • V2 perv priests really cannot help themselves or don't want to. I'd have thought his suspension would foster caution.


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    Re: TURN IN A GUN, STAY FOR A BACK RUB
    « Reply #2 on: July 25, 2021, 07:31:47 PM »
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  • Michael Pfleger is a complete degenerate. He was reinstated and learned nothing because his bishop is also degenerate. The vast majority of diocesan clergy ordained around his time (the mid-1970s to about 1990) are all like this. If you've had the displeasure to be near one, you'd know.

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    Re: TURN IN A GUN, STAY FOR A BACK RUB
    « Reply #3 on: July 25, 2021, 09:27:57 PM »
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  • During the Wexford Rebellion Fr John Murphy encouraged his parishioners to sign an oath of allegiance to the British crown and to surrender their firearms. The British gun control enforcers (mostly catholic themselves) were so brutal in the collection of arms that most people left their home to sleep in the fields as homes were burnt and men shot before they even had a chance to comply. So few firearms turned up in the sweeps that the government goons fired on a group of workmen in a field. A fight ensued in which a lieutenant was killed. The gov response was to loot and burn 170 homes and the chapel. Fr Murphy changed his mind and now encouraged the men to fight. 1000 men gathered but had only about 50 firearms between them. 

    They were slaughtered and Fr Murphy was hung as a traitor to the crown. (May God rest his soul)



    Never ever ever give up you ability to resist.
     
    Pray the Holy Rosary.

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    Re: TURN IN A GUN, STAY FOR A BACK RUB
    « Reply #4 on: July 26, 2021, 02:22:51 AM »
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  • During the Wexford rêbêllïon Fr John Murphy encouraged his parishioners to sign an oath of allegiance to the British crown and to surrender their firearms. The British gun control enforcers (mostly catholic themselves) were so brutal in the collection of arms that most people left their home to sleep in the fields as homes were burnt and men shot before they even had a chance to comply. So few firearms turned up in the sweeps that the government goons fired on a group of workmen in a field. A fight ensued in which a lieutenant was killed. The gov response was to loot and burn 170 homes and the chapel. Fr Murphy changed his mind and now encouraged the men to fight. 1000 men gathered but had only about 50 firearms between them.

    They were slaughtered and Fr Murphy was hung as a traitor to the crown. (May God rest his soul)

    Never ever ever give up you ability to resist.
    WOW!
    This is some very relevant history for today. How many men of all ages are IGNORANT of this story. Even I was, 5 minutes ago!
    Wow.
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    Re: TURN IN A GUN, STAY FOR A BACK RUB
    « Reply #5 on: July 26, 2021, 11:24:58 AM »
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  • During the Wexford rêbêllïon Fr John Murphy encouraged his parishioners to sign an oath of allegiance to the British crown and to surrender their firearms. The British gun control enforcers (mostly catholic themselves) were so brutal in the collection of arms that most people left their home to sleep in the fields as homes were burnt and men shot before they even had a chance to comply. So few firearms turned up in the sweeps that the government goons fired on a group of workmen in a field. A fight ensued in which a lieutenant was killed. The gov response was to loot and burn 170 homes and the chapel. Fr Murphy changed his mind and now encouraged the men to fight. 1000 men gathered but had only about 50 firearms between them.

    They were slaughtered and Fr Murphy was hung as a traitor to the crown. (May God rest his soul)



    Never ever ever give up you ability to resist.
     
    It did result in a fine song: 
    Fr Murphy led his men to victory at Oulart Hill and then captured Enniscorthy, one of the largest towns in Co. Wexford. Except for a few, they were armed with farm implements turned to weapons of war. Next his army, grown to 15,000, defeated the Militia at Three Rock Hill. After that they sprung from gaol Banegal Harvey, a United Irishman and landowner who took command of a portion of the men. Then Gorey was taken. General Lake finally defeated them at Vinegar Hill, but they got far with at most one in ten having firearms.

    It is some contrast between Michael Pfleger whose activism is essentially to feed his perverted lusts (and the matter is barely disguised), and Fr John Murphy who fought and died with such honour.


     

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