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Offline Zeitun

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« Reply #30 on: June 09, 2013, 10:38:54 PM »
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  • shin you are a fool.

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    « Reply #31 on: June 09, 2013, 11:11:59 PM »
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  • Quote from: brainglitch
    And I think it's funny that the resisters tried to make it appear that the test images, etc. were from the real website. Come on guys, no one is fooled by that! :)


    Yes, he tried so hard that he said the exact opposite!  :rolleyes:

    Quote from: Ethelred on Page 1
    It's only test-pictures, of course.
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    « Reply #32 on: June 09, 2013, 11:27:34 PM »
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  • It's very "updated" and "modern", that's for sure.

    And they've spent some good money on this site. But what about the content? Is it going to be watered-down, so as not to offend the Modernists in Rome? That is the travesty.

    Look at the FSSP website:

    http://www.fssp.org/en/index.htm

    Their site still treats all browsers equally -- even those with 640 x 480 resolution. By the way, it's pretty safe to develop for 1024 x 768 these days. I say this as a professional web developer.

    So the FSSP website is a bit dated.

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    « Reply #33 on: June 10, 2013, 12:58:22 AM »
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  • I think the new site looks great.  I give it high marks for usability.

    The jury is out on content.

    Offline Neil Obstat

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    « Reply #34 on: June 10, 2013, 01:21:17 AM »
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    I'm quite offended they have turned the SSPX into a brand and a business.


    Yes, Remember in Fr. Rostand's "Christmas appeal", he said that he was going to "update" their image?  Well here it is:

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    "...Rest assured, dear faithful, that our commitment to combating Modernism in the Church remains rock solid!  The good news is that we have more opportunities than ever to influence the direction of the Church by educating those who are misinformed about the work and nature of the SSPX.

    One of our primary initiatives for 2013 is to continue to improve our public relations and media communications apostolate. You may have noticed over the past year that The Angelus and the Regina Coeli Report now have harmonized visual styles. The new website for the U.S. District will continue this move towards a common theme. This is important because it ties together the various media we use to communicate and presents a unified image.

    We're focusing on all means of communication, including newsletters, flyers, email, videos, press releases, granting more print and digital interviews and, of course, the Society's website, which serves as a beacon of timely news, information, and a repository of interesting articles. Our website averaged over 5,000 visitors each day in 2012! These visitors came to get information - to read and watch and listen to our reasons for holding fast to Tradition. Without our website, more than 5,000 people each day would be vulnerable to rumors and falsehoods spread by our detractors.

    Our attention to media has yielded other victories for us as well. One recent success was the Angelus Press interview series with me this summer which proved quite popular and aided us in setting the record straight regarding the discussions with Rome. These video interviews subsequently were linked to a number of Catholic and non-Catholic news organizations, which further spread our message and helped quiet the distracting din of rumors.

    Because the District Office invests in these programs, we operate under heavy financial constraints, and your support is vital to safeguarding our future. Since we do not operate chapels and schools directly, we rely on the support of voluntary donations sent directly to the District Office.

    This is why I am writing to ask you for your financial help this Christmas season."


    So let’s see their new “Traditional Catholic” image on their new sspx.org website:  http://www.sspx.org/

    In first appearance, I am struck to see the distracting MODERN art on the overlay of their homepage; yup, MODERN art overlays on a Traditional Catholic website; that’s some “updating”.  Seems to be in similar spirit of “updating” as like the new Cathedral in Fatima, or at Lourdes.  Is this updating also from that pagan PR firm that Fr. Rostand is ponying up to?  

    Instead of “distortions”, what happened to “attractions” with using something of the Beauty of God’s creation, or of our Lady, the Madonna, or any other traditional art?  Anything but Modern adaptions.  Who are they trying to attract by this?  And of what spirit are they trying to “kick” out of the door?

    So, Pagan PR firm - Updating - New Catholic image - Modern art - Need to go along to get along.

    Where have we heard that before?



    You said:

    So let’s see their new “Traditional Catholic” image on their new sspx.org website:  http://www.sspx.org/

    In first appearance, I am struck to see the distracting MODERN art on the overlay of their homepage; yup, MODERN art overlays on a Traditional Catholic website; that’s some “updating”.  Seems to be in similar spirit of “updating” as like the new Cathedral in Fatima, or at Lourdes.  Is this updating also from that pagan PR firm that Fr. Rostand is ponying up to?



    Follwing your link, I found a few images including this one:  




    Is that what you're talking about?  Or when you say, "MODERN art overlays"
    is that something else?

    I'm not sure I understand what you're upset about here.  

    Is it this?



    Or this?



    I'm trying to understand.




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    « Reply #35 on: June 10, 2013, 01:24:09 AM »
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  • For those of us who know way too much about satanic freemasons to sleep well at night, upon review of all this information I'm now convinced the society has been co-opted by them.  
    It may seem innocuous to reference, but the link to Disney underscores this certainty.

    Pray for them.  Hard.

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    « Reply #36 on: June 10, 2013, 01:31:56 AM »
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    For those of us who know way too much about satanic freemasons to sleep well at night, upon review of all this information I'm now convinced the society has been co-opted by them.  
    It may seem innocuous to reference, but the link to Disney underscores this certainty.

    Pray for them.  Hard.





    Sorry, but I don't see any "link to Disney" anywhere.  

    Where is it?  What is the link? Where does the link take you?  






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    « Reply #37 on: June 10, 2013, 08:56:22 AM »
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  • The SSPX has changed the look of its website in order to take advantage of the way people use the internet now.  As other have already said, how it looks isn't the primary concern.  The primary concern is what is the content of the new website.  I'm not too involved with the SSPX so I don't expect that I will peruse the new website all that much.  It does have a "new feel" to it and whether that is good or bad is, I suppose, up to individual tastes.  The larger question is whether there will be a positive response throughout the universe of internet users and whether it will make a positive impression upon those who have never seen the old website.

    It seems the most critical reactions are from people who hate any change at all in anything.  It reminds me of the joke:

    Q:  How many traditional Catholics does it take to change a light bulb?

    A:  Change?  We don't need no change!  Don't ever change anything, you heretic!!!


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    « Reply #38 on: June 10, 2013, 11:36:49 AM »
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    The SSPX has changed the look of its website in order to take advantage of the way people use the internet now.  As other have already said, how it looks isn't the primary concern.  The primary concern is what is the content of the new website.  I'm not too involved with the SSPX so I don't expect that I will peruse the new website all that much.  It does have a "new feel" to it and whether that is good or bad is, I suppose, up to individual tastes.  The larger question is whether there will be a positive response throughout the universe of internet users and whether it will make a positive impression upon those who have never seen the old website.


    You are right that the primary concern is the content. But that is only true because the primary concern is doctrine. The primary concern is the Truth. If you don't have the Truth, you have nothing.

    Therefore, the appearance is also important. The appearance sends the message "We are hip. We are are worldly wise. We are up to date. We are out to please the customer. We are out to please the world."

    So you are wrong to say that whether the new design is good or bad is "up to individual tastes." That is false. The new site tells people that there is no friction between their neo-pagan, anti-Christ culture and Jesus Christ.

    Even if the content of this website was the whole true doctrine and only the true doctrine, it would still be a bad website. The design alone is enough to encourage Catholics to go along with the world.
    Adversus hostem Fidei aeterna auctoritas esto! To the enemies of the Faith no quarter!

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    « Reply #39 on: June 10, 2013, 11:46:33 AM »
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    Even if the content of this website was the whole true doctrine and only the true doctrine, it would still be a bad website. The design alone is enough to encourage Catholics to go along with the world.


    Yes.  Lex orandi, lex credendi, lex vivendi.  In all things.

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    « Reply #40 on: June 10, 2013, 12:32:29 PM »
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    « Reply #41 on: June 10, 2013, 12:58:13 PM »
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    You said:

    So let’s see their new “Traditional Catholic” image on their new sspx.org website:  http://www.sspx.org/

    In first appearance, I am struck to see the distracting MODERN art on the overlay of their homepage; yup, MODERN art overlays on a Traditional Catholic website; that’s some “updating”.  Seems to be in similar spirit of “updating” as like the new Cathedral in Fatima, or at Lourdes.  Is this updating also from that pagan PR firm that Fr. Rostand is ponying up to?

    Follwing your link, I found a few images including this one:  



    Is that what you're talking about?  Or when you say, "MODERN art overlays"
    is that something else?

    I'm not sure I understand what you're upset about here.  

    Is it this?



    Or this?



    I'm trying to understand.


    It is the distracting modern design of the curved "transparent shark fins" as an overlay on their homepage.

    So similar to the modern art found in today's modern cathedrals.

    If the N-SSPX wants to act like conciliar Rome, I guess they are subtly trying to look like them.

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    « Reply #42 on: June 10, 2013, 11:00:11 PM »
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    You said:

    So let’s see their new “Traditional Catholic” image on their new sspx.org website:  http://www.sspx.org/

    In first appearance, I am struck to see the distracting MODERN art on the overlay of their homepage; yup, MODERN art overlays on a Traditional Catholic website; that’s some “updating”.  Seems to be in similar spirit of “updating” as like the new Cathedral in Fatima, or at Lourdes.  Is this updating also from that pagan PR firm that Fr. Rostand is ponying up to?

    Follwing your link, I found a few images including this one:  



    Is that what you're talking about?  Or when you say, "MODERN art overlays"
    is that something else?

    I'm not sure I understand what you're upset about here.  

    Is it this?



    Or this?



    I'm trying to understand.


    It is the distracting modern design of the curved "transparent shark fins" as an overlay on their homepage.

    So similar to the modern art found in today's modern cathedrals.

    If the N-SSPX wants to act like conciliar Rome, I guess they are subtly trying to look like them.


    If you would actually read, instead of mindlessly attack, you would know that the "Modern art overlay" is the "two Hearts" logo of the SSPX.

    http://sspx.org/en/hom-slide-identity

    It's nonsensical posts like the one quoted that eventually caused me to stop taking the Resistance seriously.

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    « Reply #43 on: June 10, 2013, 11:18:31 PM »
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    You said:

    So let’s see their new “Traditional Catholic” image on their new sspx.org website:  http://www.sspx.org/

    In first appearance, I am struck to see the distracting MODERN art on the overlay of their homepage; yup, MODERN art overlays on a Traditional Catholic website; that’s some “updating”.  Seems to be in similar spirit of “updating” as like the new Cathedral in Fatima, or at Lourdes.  Is this updating also from that pagan PR firm that Fr. Rostand is ponying up to?

    Follwing your link, I found a few images including this one:  



    Is that what you're talking about?  Or when you say, "MODERN art overlays"
    is that something else?

    I'm not sure I understand what you're upset about here.  

    Is it this?



    Or this?



    I'm trying to understand.


    It is the distracting modern design of the curved "transparent shark fins" as an overlay on their homepage.

    So similar to the modern art found in today's modern cathedrals.

    If the N-SSPX wants to act like conciliar Rome, I guess they are subtly trying to look like them.


    If you would actually read, instead of mindlessly attack, you would know that the "Modern art overlay" is the "two Hearts" logo of the SSPX.

    http://sspx.org/en/hom-slide-identity

    It's nonsensical posts like the one quoted that eventually caused me to stop taking the Resistance seriously.


    If it is suppose to "look like two hearts" then let it "look" like two hearts; NOT a distorted, mindless interpretation of "two hearts".

    It figures, that someone has to go and search out in their own website what that "transparent shark fin" is suppose to look like...it is typical of the N-SSPX, you have to go "searching" to find some answers!

    Until they fix it to make it "look" like "two hearts" it is still a piece of abstract modern art -period- just like today's new-faith cathedrals.  

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    « Reply #44 on: June 11, 2013, 06:04:54 PM »
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  • Quote from: Ethelred
    Very modern. Funny pictures there if you click the quoted New Neo-SSPX website link.

    It's only test-pictures, of course. Still saying a lot about who the Neo-SSPX is working with now. Krah modernists.

    Here are the pictures copied to another place, before the Neo-SSPX's webmaster takes them away (right-click on them and then click Firefox menu "show picture" to see them in full size and glory) :



                                                                   
                                                                   

                                                                   
                                                                   




    - 1st picture has written on it: "All connected".

    - 3rd picture has written on it: "The hills are filled with the sound of music" ...ahm... "In the Jungle of Sounds. Find your Temple of Music. Find Audiojungle."


    Now that's deep. That's catholic ... in the sense of globalist.
    The Neo-SSPX is welcomed by the New World Order now.


    The problem is they have bad "Karma."  :roll-laugh1:
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