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General Discussion / Re: Dr. William Pierce: the white middle class
« Last post by klasG4e on Today at 05:07:17 AM »
Apologies for not listening to your Pierce video. I read his book Who We Are a while back but didn't retain much. He's always struck me as an exploiter of white anxieties. I looked on Google for some dirt on him and found this:

I agree.  Please check out this article on him:
That is a message to the people of the world, but it is not the real answer because they are people of the city of man and not people of the City of God. The truth is that they should not have children so that they disappear along with all the others of the world, for they are not fit to raise children.

The real answer to them is that unless they return to the true faith and really live it, they do not stand a chance against Satan and his affiliates.  There is no other answer, there is no "middle of the road" solution.

What sweeping generalizations (demonizations?) you make!

There is nothing wrong in being proud of any true good in your racial heritage as well as your national heritage and any proper and valid connection between the two.  It doesn't necessarily mean you contemn other races any more than you want your race to be contemned by Jewish Supremacists or any other group.  Any movement (including that the White Nationalist one) can be subject to all kinds of errors, but that does not mean that we should simply out of hand condemn the movement as opposed to trying to correct or influence it for the good via the application of Catholic principles.

Please realize that the Church does not condemn temporal movements simply because they are not in strict accord with every fundamental Catholic Principle.  The Vatican via Pope Pius IX was the first government in the world to recognize the South when it exercised its constitutional right to secede from the Union.  The Pope even sent a hand made crown of thorns to the Confederacy's President Jefferson Davis when he was held in chains in a Northern prison cell.  (Davis and the South were demonized in history books and still are in many ways that White Nationalists are today.  By the way, Jews -- and this is a well documented fact, albeit a very suppressed one -- were much, much more likely to own slaves be it in the South and the North than Whites were before, during, and after the Civil War.)

You make the astounding statement that "they should not have children so that they disappear along with all the others of the world, for they are not fit to raise children."  Frankly, that sounds like an assertion from hell. It certainly runs contrary to any kind of Christian principle.  How do you propose that "they should not have children?"  By contraception?  By abortion?  By infanticide?

You say the answer lies in them returning to the true faith.  Many were never in the true faith in the first place so they certainly can't return to it, although they hopefully can convert.  Regardless of whether one belongs to the true faith or not they have a natural right to procreate if they are validly married and yes zillions of people are validly married even though they are not of the true faith.

My point in the OP was simply to point out a great error in the White Nationalist movement which is largely ignored.  Yes, short of invincible ignorance preventing them from making a conscious and knowing decision to come into the Church they are condemned to hell, but if they would stop contracepting they should have a better chance of being receptive to being converted to the True Faith and if they are already in the Church and they stop contracepting then they will stand a better chance of growing strong in the faith as opposed to continuing to live in an objective and very possibly a subjective state of mortal sin.
I don't know about the SSPx but the Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Churchhas this to say;

92. What are the principal sins against chastity?
Grave sins against chastity differ according to their object: adultery, masturbation, fornication, pornography, prostitution, rape, and homosexual acts. These sins are expressions of the vice of lust. These kinds of acts committed against the physical and moral integrity of minors become even more grave.

502. What are the offenses against the dignity of marriage?
These are: adultery, divorce, polygamy, incest, free unions (cohabitation, concubinage), and sexual acts before or outside of marriage.
Catholic Living in the Modern World / Re: My 4 year old nephews school
« Last post by Aleah on Today at 04:55:56 AM »

Little bit concerned as my sister has enrolled my nephew at her local catholic school. Only the school has now introduced a gender neutral uniform policy, meaning that boys can wear dresses and pinafores if they wish to. The priest to the school is liberal and the bishops and cardinals in the UK are absolute useless.

My sister just can't afford to homeschool - they have a mortgage and bills and it's out of the question.

I don't know how to stop catholic schools corrupting the children. Does anyone have any ideas what I can do about it, I don't want to sit back and just accept the situation  :really-mad2:
Can you start a protest? Write letters? Create signs? Twitter campaign? Facebook campaign? We have to fight. Too many Catholics complain but don't take action. Cause a disruption in their devil backed agenda. Make them feel uncomfortable. Make them squirm.
Crisis in the Church / Re: ex cathedra, Francis
« Last post by cassini on Today at 04:52:32 AM »

Didn't Pope John Paul II define and declare that women cannot be priests? I recall reading an analysis
of this and it was clearly ex cathedra as it had all the conditions.

HOWEVER, this one is being ignored because some in the Church hope they will be some day. Having lived through the last 75 years I have seen the Catholic Church go from one of laws to one of a la carte Catholicism. We live in dangerous times, For example I will never accept john XXIII or JP" as saints. Does this constitute a sin on my behalf?
Anonymous Posts Allowed / Re: Do we become like angels when we die?
« Last post by poche on Today at 04:44:19 AM »
Does making a lot of posts with lots of up-thumbs make any difference?
Or do downthumbs count toward Purgatory?
That makes Cathinfo look like the Jehovah's Witnesses.
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Anonymous Posts Allowed / Re: bedroom advice needed
« Last post by Anonymous on Today at 04:42:25 AM »
My understanding is that intercourse doesn't hurt the baby.
Politics and World Leaders / Family Separation
« Last post by poche on Today at 04:37:20 AM »
A teenager at a US Border Patrol facility had to teach other children how to help change the diaper of a young girl who had been separated from family members.
 According to the Associated Press, a 16-year-old girl in a South Texas facility took care of a four-year-old girl she didn't know for at least three days when they were kept in the same chain-link cage together.
 The teenager told the story to Michelle Brane, director of migrant rights at the Women's Refugee Commission, who spent time at the facility on Friday.
 "She had to teach other kids in the cell to change her diaper," Brane said. Agents initially thought the four-year-old was younger, in part because she wasn't talking or communicating with anyone. As it turned out, the girl only spoke K'iche, a language indigenous to Guatemala, and not Spanish.
 "She was so traumatized that she wasn't talking," Brane told the Associated Press. "She was just curled up in a little ball."
 After an attorney began asking questions about the girl's situation, agents found the girl's aunt, who had been kept in a different part of the facility, and reunited the two. The facility houses 1,100 adults and children, but hundreds of children are reportedly kept apart from their parents or other family members.
 The Associated Press reported seeing one cage with 20 children inside.
 In April, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced a "zero tolerance" policy toward migrants crossing the US border illegally. Adults can now be tried as criminals for entering into the US illegally, causing them to lose custody of their children.
 Nearly 2,000 children have been taken from their parents since Sessions announced the new policy.
 Most children are sent to live with family members, but until then, they are largely housed in about 100 government-run centers, one of which limits kids to two hours of outdoor time a day.
 How can criminality be ascribed to a child in diapers? Why are the children not in foster care? Is this policy of gratuitous separation not a form of child abuse that is sanctioned by teh Trump administration?
The Sacred: Catholic Liturgy, Chant, Prayers / Re: St Patrick
« Last post by poche on Today at 04:31:25 AM »

However, even though there’s truth in my excuse, it gets me nowhere. Now, in my old age, I want to do what I was unable to do in my youth. My sins then prevented me from really taking in what I read. But who believes me, even were I to repeat what I said previously? I was taken prisoner as a youth, particularly young in the matter of being able to speak, and before I knew what I should seek and what I should avoid. That is why, today, I blush and am afraid to expose my lack of experience, because I can’t express myself with the brief words I would like in my heart and soul.
Health and Nutrition / Re: Friday or not, whats your dinner?
« Last post by poche on Today at 04:25:30 AM »
Today for dinner I had potatoes with jasmine rice, spanish rice, collard greens, and onions all infused with a healthy dose of green sauce.
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