VATICAN CITY (AP) — International Jewish groups have called on the Vatican to sanction a prominent Polish priest who they say uses his media empire to foment anti-Semitism.
They acted after the Rev. Tadeusz Rydzyk caused uproar in Poland by calling his country a totalitarian state that "hasn't been ruled by Poles since 1939."
Though he did not mention Jews by name, his language echoed that of anti-Semites who claim that Jews hold excessive power in Poland and that Polish Jews are not "real Poles" with Polish interests at heart.
The Vatican spokesman, the Rev. Federico Lombardi, took the church's distance Monday, saying Rydzyk must assume responsibility for his own remarks. But he did not raise the possibility of punishment.
The World Jewish Congress called on the Vatican Tuesday to expel Rydzyk from his order of priests. The Simon Wiesenthal Center said he should be excommunicated.
Rydzyk made the comments last week at the European Parliament, days before Poland takes over the rotating presidency of the European Union, which Warsaw sees as a chance to improve its image on the European stage.
Poland's Foreign Ministry took the unusual step of sending a diplomatic note to the Vatican accusing the priest of "harming the image of Poland abroad."
Rydzyk runs a conservative media empire that includes the Catholic station Radio Maryja and the television station Trwam, both popular among some conservative, nationalist Poles. He has come under fire in the past from international Jewish organizations.
"The tragedy of Poland is that Poland hasn't been ruled by Poles since 1939," Rydzyk said, according to Polish media reports on the speech. He added that, "this isn't an issue of blood or affiliation," but that those who rule Poland today "do not love in a Polish way, do not have a Polish heart."
He also said Poland today is a totalitarian and "uncivilized country."
The number of Jews in Poland today is tiny. There were 3.5 million Jews in Poland before World War II, but most were murdered by Germany during the Holocaust and many of those who survived fled anti-Semitic violence and prejudice when they returned to their homes after the war.
Elan Steinberg, vice president of the American Gathering of Holocaust Survivors and their Descendants, called the views vile.
"Rydzyk's comments were the same chilling words of hate we heard from the virulent anti-Semites in pre-war Poland where more than three million of our people were murdered during the Holocaust. They are a vile offense not only to the memory of the victims of the wartime slaughter of Polish Jewry but were also an insult to all citizens of modern Poland," said Steinberg.
Rydzyk apologized in an interview published Tuesday in the Nasz Dziennik daily for some of his remarks, but not those seen as anti-Semitic.
"I did not say in the European Parliament that we have a totalitarian system in Poland. If someone misunderstood me, I apologize," Rydzyk said.
AP writer Monika Scislowska contributed from Warsaw
Thursday, 30 June 2011
Monday, 27 June 2011
As racial separatists, we do oppose race mixing or Miscegenation. White people have much in common with black or asian people who wish to preserve their own race and identity. An enemy wishes to suffocate each tradition and the cultural heritage of each Nation. The following video is crude and discretion is advised. It was paid for by the Swedish government and it highlights the level the enemies of homogenous Nations will stoop to. They seek to destroy diversity and Nations.
A Peter Maurin essay.
Christianity, Capitalism, Communism
1. Christianity has nothing to do
with either modern Capitalism
or modern Communism,
has a Capitalism of its own,
and a Communism of its own.
2. Modern Capitalism
is based on property
while Christian Capitalism
is based on property
3. Modern Communism
is based on poverty through force,
while Christian Communism
is based on poverty through choice.
4. For a Christian,
voluntary poverty is the ideal
as exemplified by Saint Francis of Assisi,
while private property
is not an absolute right,
but a trust,
which must be administered
for the benefit of God's children.
Sunday, 26 June 2011
The latest column from Bishop Richard Williamson SSPX. His Lordships appeal will be heard in Germany on 4th July.
ELEISON COMMENTS CCVI (June 25, 2011) : CHOOSING LAWYERS
These "Comments" do not usually tell of things personal, but on the eve of their writer's Appeal being heard in Germany (July 4), an UNTRUTH is circulating which needs to be set straight, amongst other things to allay unwarranted anxieties. The untruth is that I wish my defence against the German State's accusation of "racial incitement" to be based on the truth or falsehood of what actually happened in the most controversial episode of recent German history.
In fact from the moment I knew that I might be accused in Germany of "racial incitement" for remarks made in English to Swedish journalists in November of 2008, I also knew that if I repeated the remarks in front of a German law-court, I risked being immediately thrown into jail. Such is the present state of German law. However, I would rather not be decorated with chains, if I can help it.
So from the beginning I heeded the advice to defend myself on the basis that my remarks were self-evidently in no way intended for a German audience, and thus the German law did not apply to my situation. This much is clear from the last minute of the famous video-clip available on YouTube, which is the last several minutes of the one-hour interview with the Swedes. Moreover, immediately after those remarks, but off camera, I went up to the Swedes and earnestly asked them to be "discrete" in the use they would make of the last part of the interview. This much they would have to admit if they were to testify, but they cannot be forced to come to Germany, so they decline to do so.
As for my changing lawyers four times, the Society's Superior General originally entrusted my defence to the Society's lawyer, Maximilian Krah, who chose to engage Matthias Lossmann, a member of the, alas, anti-Catholic Green Party. He was conscientious but perhaps not too enthusiastic about the case. Through friends, I discovered a lawyer enthusiastic and highly successful in defending such delicate cases, Wolfram Nahrath, but Lossmann was unwilling to work with him. Seeking only the best legal counsel available to me in my quandary, I switched from Lossmann to Nahrath.
However, when the Superior General was informed by aides of Nahrath's political position, he ordered me to find someone else again, believing in good faith no doubt that any public association between the SSPX and "an extreme rightist" would be detrimental. He approved of the elderly and honourable Dr. Norbert Wingerter, a conservative Novus Ordo Catholic, but it appears that it could be Wingerter who is unwittingly the source of the untruth now in circulation. I do not know why, but he seems to be under the mistaken impression that I wanted to go, in front of the court, into the truth or untruth of that episode in German history. Fortunately the Superior General had already approved of yet another lawyer, who now understands correctly how I wish to be defended.
Dear readers, if you think that the interests of God are in any way at stake (not everybody thinks so), do say a prayer between now and July 4 for my latest lawyer who has been for several months working hard on the case, but who is liable to come under fierce pressure from anti-Catholic interests and their powerful servants.
Saturday, 25 June 2011
Breaking News in relation to UCC.
Director of Public Prosecutions to decide on blasphemy case.
A senior Garda in Cork has confirmed that a file will be sent to the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions regarding the exhibition of material which is insulting and offensive to Catholics hosted by University College Cork.
Both the Constitution and the statute law prohibit “publication and utterance” of material which outrages members of a religious organisation.
Following the police investigation the DPP will decide whether or not the case should be prosecuted in the criminal courts.
Traditional Catholics have been leading the way in Catholic Action in Cork over the past few days. Their activism as the Church Militant is to be commended. They are soldiers of Christ.
RELIGIOUS protesters prayed at the gates of University College Cork (UCC) for the second day in a row yesterday as a controversial image of "Our Lady of Guadalupe" went on display on campus.
Mexican-born artist Alma Lopez’s digital print was among 12 of her art works displayed on the second floor of the Rahilly building as part of an academic conference on Chicano culture — US citizens of Mexican descent.
The exhibition sparked controversy earlier this week after the Bishop John Buckley of Cork and Ross described the Our Lady image as "offensive".
But it attracted a steady stream of visitors throughout the day. Most dismissed the controversy and urged those protesting outside to open their minds and visit the exhibition.
The group of some 20 or so men, women, children and priests who braved the rain to pray decades of the rosary at the university’s main gates, refused to view the image.
They held placards denouncing it as blasphemous and distributed literature to passersby.
Mary Wrenne, from Ballincollig, Co Cork, clutched a statue of the Virgin Mary and vowed to continue her protest tomorrow.
"As a woman, I am offended by this image," she said.
"This exhibition is extremely disrespectful to the Mother of God."
Fr Francis Gallagher, a member of the Society of St Pius X, travelled from Athlone to join the protest.
"This is very offensive to Catholics. I am here to protest what I would consider to be disrespect towards the Mother of God," he said.
"Having her dressed in an immodest way gives a bad example." He said UCC authorities should have cancelled the exhibition.
"We have artistic talents because God has given them to us and we should use them in some way to glorify God.
"What this lady is doing certainly doesn’t do that. It’s not art — it’s some kind of gimmick."
Joe O’Connell, from Cork, who said he was a member of the Fatima Centre Ireland, said he has asked the gardaí to investigate whether the image was blasphemous.
John O’Callaghan, from Cork, said he has written to the President of UCC asking him to resign.
"Our Lady has always been held in great esteem by the Irish," he said.
"But this exhibition is insulting and demeaning to all our histories."
A member of UCC’s Atheist Society supported their right to protest but criticised their stance, and the current blasphemy laws.
"We believe that religious and nonreligious people alike should be protected from harm, and incitement to harm, but religions, just like economics and politics, should be open to criticism," a spokesman said.
Ms Lopez said the image does not represent the Mother of God and was never intended to offend.
"I never intended to offend, desecrate, blaspheme, or disrespect anyone’s religious beliefs with this image," she said.
Friday, 24 June 2011
Gardai Investigate Cork University Over Blasphemous Image of Our Lady as Bishop Speaks Out in defence of Mary.
“Respect for Mary, the Mother of God, is bred in the bones of Irish people and entwined in their lives”
The Chief Superintendent of the Gardai in Cork has confirmed to the ACLI that there is an ongoing investigation into allegations that a proposed art exhibition at University College Cork will contain a blasphemous image of Our Lady of Guadalupe and that a book will be promoted which also contains blasphemous matter. The artist will also give a talk which is likely to contravene the law given it will be about her work and book.
Under the Defamation Act 2009 section 36 (2) “publication or utterence of blasphemous matter” is a criminal offence. Numerous complaints have been made to the police following the announcement by UCC that a controversial lesbian artist, Lopez, has been invited to display her work and her book.
Bishop Buckley has spoken out in protest at the proposed exhibition saying:
“Respect for Mary, the Mother of God, is bred in the bones of Irish people and entwined in their lives. Irish Poets and culture held Mary in the highest esteem. It is regretable and unacceptable that this exhibition seeks to portray the Mother of God in such an offensive way.”
This exhibition was closed down in Santa Fe due to public outrage. Catholics are aware of the gravity of blasphemies against Our Lady, which, as Our Lord revealed to Sister Lucy, fall into five kinds:
There are five types of offences and blasphemies committed against the Immaculate Heart of Mary :
1 – Blasphemies against the Immaculate Conception;
2 – Blasphemies against Her Virginity;
3 – Blasphemies against Her Divine Maternity, in refusing at the same time to recognise Her as the Mother of men;
4 – The blasphemies of those who publicly seek to sow in the hearts of children, indifference or scorn or even hatred of this Immaculate Mother;
5 – The offences of those who outrage Her directly in Her holy images. Here, my daughter, is the reason why the Immaculate Heart of Mary inspired Me to ask for this little act of reparation . . (May 29,1930)
Lopez also promotes a blasphemous book entitled, “Our Lady of Controversy .”Irreverent” Apparitions”, making her intentions clear.
The ACLI is awaiting the decision of the Garda regarding pursuing the University and the artist in question for breaching the blasphemy laws. Given the outrage caused, evidenced by the number of complaints and protests made, and the intention of the artist and the University in promoting this work, it is unlikely that the exhibition will go ahead.
On the other hand it will make an ideal case for a prosecution, private or public, if it does.
Blasphemy is a crime in Ireland and the Garda (Police) can be contacted.The offence is section 36 (2) of the Defamation Act 2009. The following info will assist you.
Garda station number is
00-353-214-327301 (Cork Garda - Police - Station in vicinity of the University)
You are encouraged to email as well as phone - details and template message below, to assist
you. People outside of Ireland are entitled to complain to prevent a crime occurring in that
Template Message to send (or adjust as you wish)
Chief Superintendent Michael Finn, Cork West Division
Copy firstname.lastname@example.org (university offices)
I wish to make a formal complaint against University College Cork and
the artist Alma Lopez for planning a blasphemous exhibition depicting
Our Lady of Guadalupe in an outrageous and indecent image.
The information about the event is here:
This displaying of this image and the book by Alma Lopez would be an
offence against the Defamation Act 2009 at section 36 (2).
This exhibition has been banned elsewhere and has caused offence to
Catholics, including senior members of the Church in America. The
artist’s intention is to provoke outrage and hurt.
Please acknowledge and record my complaint and send me a reference
Name and address
Thursday, 23 June 2011
The Church militant is alive and well in Ireland as Catholics gathered at UCC earlier. Coverage of the protests have been picked up on a couple of blogs and websites.
THE Bishop of Cork and Ross has launched a scathing attack on an exhibition, due to open in UCC today, for portraying the Virgin Mary in an"offensive" way.
The digital image by Mexican artist Alma Lopez shows Our Lady of Guadalupe wearing a floral bikini, with her hands on her hips in what some consider a provocative pose. She is standing on a black crescent moon held by a bare breasted female butterfly angel.
Most Reverend Dr John Buckley said: "Respect for Mary, the mother of God, is bred in the bones of Irish people and entwined in their lives.
"It is regrettable and unacceptable that this exhibition seeks to portray the mother of God in such an offensive way."
The image is to go on display at UCC as part of a conference on Chicano culture — US citizens of Mexican descent — organised by the university’s Mexican Studies Centre.
Two art exhibits — one by Celia Herrera Rodriguez entitled EnAguas EnTlalocan/Prayer for Mother Waters and the other by Alma Lopez, entitled Our Lady and Other Queer Santas — will run concurrently with the conference.
But Lopez’s artwork, and her portrayal of Mary, has sparked controversy.
Bishop Buckley said: "True pluralism respects the beliefs of all faiths and does not seek to ridicule the faith and convictions of any believer."
He was backed by Cork South Central Fine Gael TD Jerry Buttimer who said UCC should not be lending support to an event which is considered by many to be "overtly blasphemous and blatantly disrespectful".
"Those in charge at UCC should reconsider whether or not it is appropriate to permit this exhibition to take place on its campus without affording others the opportunity to present an alternative and balanced point of view."
Neither UCC nor Alma Lopez were available for comment last night.
Wednesday, 22 June 2011
The doctrinal discussions between the SSPX and Rome are often discussed. Rome is Modernist. Make no mistake about it. An excellent analysis here by Bishop Williamson of the SSPX. Let us continue to pray that Rome comes back to the truth, and embraces doctrine and tradition once again.
ELEISON COMMENTS CCV (June 18, 2011) : DISCUSSIONS' AFTERMATH
As the doctrinal Discussions which were held from the autumn of 2009 to the spring of this year between the Society of St Pius X and Rome drop back into the past, the question naturally arises of future relations between the two. Among Catholics on both sides there is a wish for contacts to continue, but since such pious wishes for union easily give rise to illusions, it is necessary to keep one's grip on reality if one is not to join the whole modern world in its anti-God fantasy.
Originally the Discussions were wanted not by the Society but by Rome, as it hoped to dissolve the Society's notorious resistance to the Neo-modernism of Vatican II. The great obstacle was doctrine, because the Society is well protected inside the fortress of the Church's age-old and unchanging doctrine. It had to be lured out of that fortress. Now for Neo-modernists, just as for Communists, any contact or dialogue with an adversary in a secure position was - and remains - better than none, because he can only lose by it while they can only gain. So Rome agreed even to doctrinal Discussions.
Alas for Rome, the Society's four representatives believe clearly and held firm. As one of the four Roman theologians taking part in the Discussions was overheard to say afterwards, "We do not understand them and they do not understand us." Of course. Unless the Romans abandoned their Neo-modernism or the Society priests betrayed the Truth, it was bound to be a relatively fruitless dialogue. But Rome cannot stand its own betrayal of the Truth being shown up by the paltry Society, so it is not likely to give up. That is why we already hear of an Ecclesia Dei spokesman telling that Rome will very soon offer an "Apostolic Ordinariat" to the Society. Of course such a quote may be merely a trial balloon to test reactions, but it is also a tempting idea. Unlike a Personal Prelature, an Apostolic Ordinariat is independent of the local bishops, and unlike an Apostolic Administration, such as Campos in Brazil, it is not confined to just one diocese. What more could the Society ask for?
It asks that Rome should come back to the Truth, because it knows, as do Communists and Neo-modernists, that any practical co-operation which would skirt around doctrinal disagreement leads eventually, for all kinds of human reasons, to absorbing the false doctrine of the enemies of the Faith, in other words to betraying the Truth. Here is why the Society's Superior General has in public more than once repudiated any canonical agreement with Rome that would precede a doctrinal agreement. But the Discussions have served at least to demonstrate the depth of the doctrinal disagreement between the Society and Neo-modernist Rome. That is why Catholics should be prepared for the Society to refuse even the offer of an Apostolic Ordinariat, however well-intentioned the Roman authorities may be.
But why is doctrine so important ? Because the Catholic Faith is a doctrine. But why is Faith so important ? Because without it we cannot please God (Heb.XI,6). But why must it be the Catholic Faith? Will no other faith in God do ? No, because God himself underwent the horror of the Cross to reveal to us the one true Faith. All other "faiths" contradict, more or less, that true Faith, with lies.
Four future numbers of "Eleison Comments" will show, with all due respect, how disoriented in this respect is the way of believing of the present Pope, however well-intentioned he may also be.
UCC have issued no formal reply to requests for this exhibition to be cancelled. People have insisted that the event be cancelled.
CORK South Central Fine Gael TD Jerry Buttimer has called for UCC to recognise and respond to the upset and distress caused to Roman Catholics and other Christians by the art exhibition “Our Lady and Other Queer Santas”.
Deputy Buttimer said that UCC should afford those opposed to or offended by the exhibition an opportunity to simultaneously offer a counter point of view in the same exhibition space.
The exhibition by Alma Lopez is due to open on June 23rd and is to run concurrently with a conference hosted by the Mexican Studies Centre.
Deputy Buttimer said ,“As we move towards a pluralist society we must ensure that there is respect for all religions and none.
“However, it is not acceptable for any person or artist to denigrate another’s beliefs or to use art as a catch-all excuse for bigotry, prejudice or blasphemy.
“It’s important that we have a debate about the interplay between faith, belief and society.
“Religious iconography and stories have formed the basis of art and literature over the centuries but it has always had at its core a respect for and an understanding of the sensitivities of believers and followers.
“Universities should be a place of acceptance and tolerance of all beliefs and opinions.
“If UCC considers itself an inclusive place for study and research then it must ensure that all beliefs are respected. It should not permit any one set of beliefs to be ridiculed.
“UCC should be at the forefront of promoting religious tolerance in a pluralist society. Those in charge of UCC should reconsider whether or not it is appropriate to permit this exhibition to take place on its campus without affording others the opportunity to present an alternative and balanced point of view.
“They should not be lending their support to an event which is considered by many to be overtly blasphemous and blatantly disrespectful,” he said.
Tuesday, 21 June 2011
Recent days have seen an increase in protest against the Euro and EU.
UK Treasury ministers have confirmed that the coalition government is dealing with potential plans for a Greek bankruptcy after warnings by Jack Straw that the euro could not last.
Straw, the former Labour foreign secretary, warned that the euro “is going to collapse,” and said, “Is it not better that this happens quickly rather than a slow death?"
Straw's message came after the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said the world economy would be destroyed if IMF members did not aid the Greeks.
Speaking at the parliament, Straw said, “What the Government should do instead of sheltering behind the complacent language, weasel words that 'it is not appropriate, we should not speculate' is recognize that this eurozone cannot last.
“And it is the responsibility of the British Government to be open with the British people now about the alternative prospects.”
In an urgent meeting, Britain's senior MPs from all parties asked the government to stand aside from the new financial package aiding Greece and urged the country to leave the euro.
Mark Hoban, financial secretary to the Treasury, said, "I am not going to comment on whether the eurozone will remain intact or not. Clearly, this crisis demonstrates the huge strain the eurozone in under. That is why it was right for us to stay out of the eurozone."
Meanwhile, he admitted that there were many scenarios, which were being considered.
He said it “will not be appropriate” to talk about the detail, but “I will be guilty of not stepping up to the responsibilities of his office if plans had not been made to cope with a default.”
He said that the UK banks had given around £2.47 billion in exceptional loans to Greek nationals and institutions.
Prime Minister David Cameron also declared that UK would not participate in a bailout of Greece.
"We were not involved in the first bailout of Greece; we don't believe the European financial mechanism should be used in any way."
Conservative MP Anne Main claimed that Greece “should be allowed to depart peacefully from the eurozone.”
Danny Alexander, the Chief Secretary to the Treasury, also admitted that UK would not play a part in contributing aid package for Greece.
“The package for Greece that is already in place is a eurozone package with the IMF. It's the eurozone that is taking forward discussions now about the next stage of dealing with Greece's substantial problems. There's simply no proposition on the table for the UK to contribute beyond that IMF involvement and I don't expect there to be one,” he said.
Catholics, standing in the Tradition of the Cristeros of Mexico will protest against Alma Lopez in University College Cork.
At least 15 civilians, including three children, have been killed after NATO warplanes bombed a residential area near the Libyan capital, Tripoli.
The causalities came after several missiles struck civilian houses in Sorman, west of Tripoli on Monday.
Libyan government Spokesman Mussa Ibrahim says the strike was a "cowardly terrorist act which cannot be justified."
The deaths come just hours after NATO admitted that it had killed several civilians in one of its attacks on Tripoli.
The Western military alliance says one of its airstrikes on Tripoli early on Sunday did not hit its intended target.
NATO says a weapons system failure may have caused the incident.
Libya says at least nine civilians were killed and over a dozen others were wounded in the attack. Libyan government sources say a four-member Syrian family is among the dead.
NATO's admission comes after the alliance took responsibility for attacking revolutionary forces in the eastern town of Brega on Thursday.
NATO is conducting airstrikes in Libya to implement UN Security Council Resolution 1973, which calls for the protection of civilians.
However, the Libyan government says the bombings have left hundreds of civilians dead.
Monday, 20 June 2011
The blasphemous events planned to take place in University College Cork attack Our Lady’s purity and insult and mock Catholics worldwide. It is necessary that UCC cancel this event. Catholics continue to phone and email UCC.
Sunday, 19 June 2011
‘Jew Minister continues to Shatter nation with changes to speed up citizenship apps’
Saturday, 18 June 2011
It appears the prison authorities are not giving Gerry Mc Geough his medication for his heart condition and he suffered further chest pains in recent days. See below for an earlier statement from Gerry McGeough. Gerry should be released from prison and back with his wife and children. Be assured of every prayer and good wish.
John Fagan posted in Free Gerry McGeough Campaign.
June 3, 2011
Statement By Gerry McGeough
A statement by Gerry McGeough which did not arrive on time for the Dublin function due to the screws delaying his outgoing mail
First of all, may i offer my apologies for not being with you tonight. Believe me, nothing would give me greater pleasure than to be among friends in Dublin on an occasion such as this.
That said, may i extend my warmest greetings to each and every one of you and on behalf of my family, and may i say that your support and solidarity is greatly welcome and most deeply appreciated.
You will undoubtedly be aware of the fact that these are very difficult times in Maghaberry. Standing in a cell ankle deep in filthy water and witnessing nightly encounters with the riot squad, have been some of my more recent experiences.
Regularly, i ask myself What, in the name of God, am i doing in here, and why must my wife and young children have to endure the nightmare that they are going through?
Is this the reality of the new dispensation that is so proudly and indeed arrogantly, boasted of day after day?
It appears that everyone is expected to "move on" and put the past behind us - provided of course that a select few are singled out for scapegoating and full scale persecution. No peace dividend for us; despite being supporters of the "process".
In light of this, i thank the growing number of concerned people who are speaking out on our behalf and who realise that the secrecy, corruption, lies and vindictiveness must be challenged and exposed.
Thank you and may God Bless you all.”
Beannachtaí - Gerry McGeough,
Would UCC be as quick to organise or facilitate a conference mocking Jews and Muslims? Very doubtful. Catholics and Christians continue to contact UCC and a picket of the event seems necessary at this stage. UCC need to make a reply on their website concerning this conference and anti- Catholic display
By Dan Buckley
Saturday, June 18, 2011
A CONTROVERSIAL art exhibit at UCC has sparked outrage even before it is opened.
Entitled "Our Lady and Other Queer Santas", by Alma Lopez, it goes on display at the college on Thursday of next week and is open to the public. It is part of a weekend conference on Hispanic studies that begins at UCC the following day.
The digital photo collage created by Lopez shows Our Lady of Guadalupe wearing a floral bikini with hands on hips in a provocative pose. Ms Lopez will talk about her exhibit at the conference.
The display has provoked an online protest and was also the subject of discussion with Joe Duffy on RTE radio’s Liveline show yesterday. A number of callers to the show said they regarded the exhibition as blasphemous, a view echoed by some online protesters.
Ms Lopez’s exhibit will run in tandem with a display entitled "EnAguas EnTlalocan / Prayer for Mother Waters" by Celia Herrera Rodriguez.
Both will be on view in the O’Rahilly Building at UCC. The conference will explore Chicano (or Chicana) culture and focus on the lives of US citizens of Mexican descent.
An outline of the conference on the UCC website describes Lopez, who was born in Mexico and raised in Los Angeles, California, as a "cutting-edge Chicana feminist activist."
UCC had not responded to a request for comment by time of publication.
Friday, 17 June 2011
The big companies who manufacture and distribute the ‘morning after pill’ and other abortion pills have the blood of the innocent on their hands. These companies make a fat profit from these baby killing drugs. Chemists, who won’t dispense these pills are sacked or are unable to work in the profession they are trained in. Profiteers in the likes of ‘Boots’ used a legal loophole to sell the morning-after pill without prescription. This same ‘Boots’ are on the record in England as having sold this pill to twelve year old girls.
The Irish Medicines Board and the Irish Pharmacy Union supported ‘Boots’ in their move to dispense this lethal drug. This drug of evil. A baby-killing drug. No Catholic should dispense these baby killing drugs.
These big companies will continue to be highlighted and they will lose money. Lives and Souls will be saved
Calls have been made to University College Cork (Ireland) to cancel a blasphemous art exhibit and questions asked as to why it is being organised in a Catholic Nation. Readers and supporters of this blog can email or phone up UCC to highlight your objection. It would seem necessary to organise a peaceful picket if this event is not cancelled. Here are some Marian hymns.
Thursday, 16 June 2011
It has been brought to our attention that University College Cork plan to host lesbian Alma Lopez who has attacked the Mother of God in a blasphemous work. Her work has a blasphemous depiction of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Alma Lopez is scheduled to speak in UCC on 23rd June and her exhibit will be on display. This is an attack on Our Lady, on Catholicism and is a grave scandal. Let us make reparation for this blasphemy. This event should be cancelled and picketed if they refuse to cancel it.
Hispanic StudiesFirst Floor - Block B East
University College Cork
+353 (0)21 4902240/4903267
+353 (0)21 4903264
Professor of Hispanic Studies & Head of Department:
Wednesday, 15 June 2011
There was widespread anger at the meeting as people stood up and told the ‘banksters’ what they think of them. The scandal of Usury continues to be exposed.
Eggs have been thrown at Bank of Ireland's Chairman and CEO at the Annual General Meeting.
The Corruption of Both of the Two Swords: The Indirect Power of the Church and the Abdication of the Temporal Power.
Click on link below for the interview
The Corruption of Both of
the Two Swords: The
Indirect Power of the Church
and the Abdication of
the Temporal Power.
Managing Director and co-editor IHS Press,
Gates of Vienna Books and Light in the Darkenss Publications, as well as Author and Internation Speaker
Tuesday, 14 June 2011
Saturday 2nd July 2011 will see a large Rally for Life take place in Dublin at 2pm.
Monday, 13 June 2011
A number of emails have been received in relation to perverts in the community. People continue to be sickened by the ever growing antics of rapists, queers and other perverts in their community. There is one effective measure of protecting our children and our community. It is to bring back the rope and execute them. This is sanctioned by traditional Christian law.
Sunday, 12 June 2011
Saturday, 11 June 2011
The weekly column of Bishop Richard Williamson SSPX.
ELEISON COMMENTS CCIV (June 11, 2011) : MEN'S LIMITS
The discovery in early April, after a two-year hunt, of wreckage from the Air France Airbus which went down in mid-Atlantic on June 1, 2009, and the subsequent recovery of the aircraft's flight recorders known as "black boxes", have thrown an eerie light on the disaster, puzzling until now. What a drama ! It seems that the Airbus 330-200 stalled at an altitude of 38,000 feet, and then for three and a half minutes tumbled straight down to crash into the ocean, causing everybody on board, 228 souls, to appear instantaneously before the judgment seat of God.
The initial problem for flight AF 447 could well have been nasty night-time weather high over the ocean two hours out from Rio de Janeiro in Brazil on the way to Paris. Conclusions from the evidence provided by the black boxes are not yet final, but the next problem may have been that the aircraft's air speed indicators, deriving information from pitot tubes, gave false readings to the pilots. When the aircraft began to stall, instead of putting the nose down to gather the speed necessary for the aircraft to start flying again, it seems that the pilots turned up the engines, which is another way of dealing with a stall situation, but they also pulled the nose up. More automatic stall warnings followed until the plane finally stalled, and once it began to fall the pilots seem to have been powerless to prevent the crash.
Were they intent upon climbing above the storm instead of pitching down into it ? Were they relying too much on their electronics, apparently more and more dominant in aircraft cockpits? Did they panic ? (How understandable if they did !) One awaits the final results of Air France's inquest as to the cause of the crash, but a few things in connection with it are certain.
We can any of us die at any moment, for a variety of causes. Will we at that moment of death have the time, grace and presence of mind to make an act of contrition sufficient to save our souls ? A fear of imminent death can wipe out of the mind everything except the instinctive urge to survive. Now millions of intercontinental passengers are every year whisked safely over oceans by our brilliant flying machines, but these are puny things compared to the forces of nature. "Stop," said the storm, "you are not such masters of the elements as you think." And the passengers and crew, called violently back to reality from their in-flight movies and in-seat meals, must all have been gripped by a panic fear for most or all of the 210-second plunge to their death, as nature's law of gravity took over from man's ingenuity of flight.
Even after 672 days on the ocean-bed, the black boxes functioned perfectly, and now they are yielding up their secrets of the last minutes of flight AF 447. Clever idea ! Clever design ! But how many souls aboard that brilliant machine were ready to enter into eternity ? And how many more might have been ready if only men devoted to the saving of their souls a small part of the intelligence and effort which they spend on their material machines ? Mother of God, pray for us sinners that neither distraction nor panic may prevent us from putting and keeping our souls in order, "now and in the hour of our death."
Bishop Fellay has spoken of the discussions with Rome as having “ended” yet now speaks of them “continuing”. His words are that "the contacts continue." It was no harm trying these discussions to bring Rome back to the Catholic faith but the ‘dialogue of the deaf’ is clear. Rome and this Modernist Benedict XVI are not friends of Traditional Catholics. Perhaps the question is, Has Bishop Fellay compromised with Modernist Rome?
Friday, 10 June 2011
Thursday, 9 June 2011
Charlene Downes was a 14 yr old girl who was abducted, murdered, minced and fed to the local population as kebab meat in Blackpool in England. She was killed by Asians at a kebab house. Nobody has been convicted of her murder. It’s quite disturbing to see the level of intimidation being shown by the police in this video.
Wednesday, 8 June 2011
Do keep in your prayers the thousands of young people who have started their Junior and Leaving Cert exams this morning.
MORE than 116,500 students begin the Junior and Leaving Certificate this morning at the country’s 730 second level schools and other exam centres.
Monday, 6 June 2011
The weekly column of Bishop Richard Williamson SSPX.
ELEISON COMMENTS CCIII (June 4, 2001) : READING PAGANS
Some Catholic eyebrows may have been raised a while ago when "Eleison Comments" (EC 188) recommended the reading of the pagan Greeks to get a handle on the universe's moral framework. Why not rather read Catholic authors ? But the same great realities of life, suffering and death were faced by the Greek tragedians as are faced by the Catholic Doctors :-- why, as it seems, are we born on this earth, only to suffer and die, and by death be separated from everything we have learned to love ? The question is basic, and can be agonizing.
The Catholic answer is clear and complete : an infinitely good God gives to each of us life, free-will and time enough, if we make the right use of the suffering exactly dosed by his Providence (Mt.X, 29-31), for us to choose to spend our eternity rather with him in Heaven than without him in Hell. The Greek answer is incomplete, but not wholly wide of the mark. Instead of God the Father, they have a Father-god, Zeus, and instead of Providence they have Fate (Moira).
Now whereas for Catholics Providence is inseparable from God, the Greeks separate Zeus from Fate so that they sometimes clash. That follows from the Greeks having a too human concept of their gods. Nevertheless they do conceive of Zeus as more or less benignly directing the universe and of Fate as being unchangeable, as is Providence within the true God (Summa Ia, 23, 8; 116,3), so that they are not wholly wrong. Moreover they have more respect for their mythical gods, and for the moral order guarded by them, than do a host of modern writers, who have no respect for any god at all, and who set out to negate any trace of a moral order.
But the Greeks have one advantage even over Catholic writers. When they present great truths, these are drawn from raw life and not just - so to speak - out of the Catechism. The same holds true for any non-Catholic witness to truths taught by the Church. Just as today's Talmudic Jews, precisely because they reject Jesus Christ, render a special witness to him by guarding jealously in their synagogues the Hebrew text of that Old Testament which speaks of Our Lord from beginning to end, so the ancient Greeks give special witness to God and his Providence when, independently of the Catechism, they demonstrate the world's moral order in action. In this way they prove that such natural truths are accessible not only to believers, rather they belong to the very fabric of life as lived by everyone, if only it is sanely understood.
Another advantage of the ancient classics in particular is that having preceded Christ, there cannot be in them a trace of that apostasy which mars, more or less, even pious writers coming out of Christendom after the Middle Ages. Natural truths are presented by the ancients with a certain innocence and freshness which can no longer be recovered. The waters are too muddied.
In fact it was the Church's monasteries which ensured the survival of the manuscripts of the ancient classics in medieval times. Count on the true Catholic Church to save them once more in modern times from the new barbarians, liberals ! Wherever the so-called "scholarship" of the liberals prevails today, it turns all classics to dust.
The life and many works of H.J. Massingham are well worth reading. He was an agnostic, who then joined the Anglo- Catholic wing of the Church of England before converting to Catholicism in 1940. He was a leading Distributist and had a great love for agriculture and the rural way of life. He was certainly an advocate of craftsmanship and organic farming.
Sunday, 5 June 2011
Whilst unemployment among Irish people rises, the government continue to issue PPS numbers to immigrants and Irish bosses still hire cheap foreign labour ahead of Irish workers. Only a real Nationalist alternative system of government will put Irish people first. Open your eyes to what mass-immigration is doing to Ireland and who is behind it?
Saturday, 4 June 2011
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Who allows this mass-immigration into Ireland? Why is it allowed? Who benefits from Mass-Immigration?
“Uploaded anew, the original Dublin Today (2009) on the second year of this channel- the video that displayed to the world the reality of enforced multiculturalism and a changed demographic in Ireland- as demanded by the European Union.
How much have things changed? watch until the end...”
Friday, 3 June 2011
A Europe of Nations is desired by many.
The European people's trust in their governments has considerably declined, a survey conducted in five leading European Union states shows.
In April, German institute Friedrich Ebert carried out a phone survey using a sample of more than 5,000 adults from Germany, Britain, Spain, France and Poland.
According to the poll, only 6 percent of people in these countries have a great deal of confidence in their governments, while 46 percent of the participants said they did not trust their statesmen very much.
A total of 3 percent had no trust in their governments at all.
Analysts believe that the main reason for people's lack of trust in their governments is the states' inability to resolve economic crises and the repetitive scandals of politicians in these countries.
Popular protests have broken out in Britain, Greece and Spain against their governments' economic policies.
In Italy, Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has had an extensive history of criminal allegations, including mafia involvement, corruption, and bribery of police officers, lawyers, and judges.
The Italians have so far staged several rallies against the beleaguered prime minister.
Many “pro-lifers” adore Sarah Palin and the fact she is supporting Jewish causes raises questions in their mind. Catholics and Christians in general must ask themselves, can they support Zionist, neo con lobby groups, who cause and finance wars which violate the just war theory.
Palin, who visited the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Wednesday with her daughter Piper, told NBC New York that she was wearing the Star of David in honor of Jerusalem Day, which marks the city’s reunification under Israeli sovereignty during the Six Day War in 1967.
Observers have suggested that she wore the necklace in order to drum up support among Jewish New Yorkers for a possible 2012 bid for president.
Nato and America continue to bring “Democracy” to Libya.
Gaddafi Unplugged and Uncensored
Translated by Professor Sam Hamod, Ph.D.
Recollections of My Life: Col. Mu'ummar Qaddafi, The Leader of the Revolution. April 5, 2011.
In the name of Allah, the beneficent, the merciful...
For 40 years, or was it longer, I can't remember, I did all I could to give people houses, hospitals, schools, and when they were hungry, I gave them food. I even made Benghazi into farmland from the desert, I stood up to attacks from that cowboy Reagan, when he killed my adopted orphaned daughter, he was trying to kill me, instead he killed that poor innocent child. Then I helped my brothers and sisters from Africa with money for the African Union.
I did all I could to help people understand the concept of real democracy, where people's committees ran our country. But that was never enough, as some told me, even people who had 10 room homes, new suits and furniture, were never satisfied, as selfish as they were they wanted more. They told Americans and other visitors, that they needed "democracy" and "freedom" never realizing it was a cut throat system, where the biggest dog eats the rest, but they were enchanted with those words, never realizing that in America, there was no free medicine, no free hospitals, no free housing, no free education and no free food, except when people had to beg or go to long lines to get soup.
No, no matter what I did, it was never enough for some, but for others, they knew I was the son of Gamal Abdel Nasser, the only true Arab and Muslim leader we've had since Salah-al-Deen, when he claimed the Suez Canal for his people, as I claimed Libya, for my people, it was his footsteps I tried to follow, to keep my people free from colonial domination - from thieves who would steal from us.
Now, I am under attack by the biggest force in military history, my little African son, Obama wants to kill me, to take away the freedom of our country, to take away our free housing, our free medicine, our free education, our free food, and replace it with American style thievery, called "capitalism," but all of us in the Third World know what that means, it means corporations run the countries, run the world, and the people suffer. So, there is no alternative for me, I must make my stand, and if Allah wishes, I shall die by following His path, the path that has made our country rich with farmland, with food and health, and even allowed us to help our African and Arab brothers and sisters to work here with us, in the Libyan Jamahiriya.
I do not wish to die, but if it comes to that, to save this land, my people, all the thousands who are all my children, then so be it.
Let this testament be my voice to the world, that I stood up to crusader attacks of NATO, stood up to cruelty, stood up to betrayal, stood up to the West and its colonialist ambitions, and that I stood with my African brothers, my true Arab and Muslim brothers, as a beacon of light. When others were building castles, I lived in a modest house, and in a tent. I never forgot my youth in Sirte, I did not spend our national treasury foolishly, and like Salah-al-Deen, our great Muslim leader, who rescued Jerusalem for Islam, I took little for myself...
In the West, some have called me "mad", "crazy", but they know the truth yet continue to lie, they know that our land is independent and free, not in the colonial grip, that my vision, my path, is, and has been clear and for my people and that I will fight to my last breath to keep us free, may Allah almighty help us to remain faithful and free.
Thursday, 2 June 2011
Mass-immigration is certainly part of the Masonic plan to uproot society and destroy homogenous Nations. Forza Nuova held a successful protest in Sicily to highlight mass-immigration and call for repatriation of immigrants. Avanti!
Political position - The eight points
1. Abrogation of the laws abortionists
2. Family and demographic increase to the center of politics of national rebirth
3. Block of immigration and start of a human repatriation
4. Ban the masonry
5. Uprooting of the usury
6. Restoration of the defended agreed one and of the traditions
7. Abrogation of the laws liberticide Mancino* and Scelba*
8. Formation of Corporations for the defense of the workers and the national communities
* Mancino and Scelba are antifascist laws
Wednesday, 1 June 2011
"That is why there can be no question of going back to the people for a simple re-run of the Lisbon treaty,"
The words of Eamon Gilmore on 18th June 2008. Belloc was on to something when he wrote “Under the oligarchic Parliamentary system (strangely called “democracy”! the loot will go into the pockets of the politicians, the lawyer, and the hangers-on of both”
Gilmore is a politician and they make politicians promises. Gilmore also declared the "Lisbon Treaty is dead" after the Irish people voted ‘No’ in 2008. The politicians continue to line their pockets but one thing is clear. Their system is dead for the vast majority of Irish people.
In an essay on St. Patrick, Belloc wrote of the enemies of Ireland. He wrote: “Behind the enemies of Ireland, furnishing them with all their modern strength, was that base and secret master of modern things, the usurer. He it was, far more than the gentry of the island, who demanded toll, and, through the mortgages on the Irish estates, had determined to drain Ireland as he had drained and rendered desert so much else”
Belloc mentions how he bought a coloured picture of St. Patrick in Wexford town and how in this picture, St. Patrick “was turning into the sea a number of nasty reptiles: snakes and toads and the rest” A great piece of symbolism.