Universal Degeneracy: Third-Highest Official In Vatican Charged With Serial Boy Buggery

There are times when I wonder whether the Catholic Church needs to experience a purge so intense that it would send shockwaves through the institution for centuries – not trashing individual Catholics, just the leadership and some of their weird doctrines that enable homosexuals.

And this, my friends, is one of those moments.


Australia’s highest-ranking Roman Catholic clergyman, Vatican treasurer Cardinal George Pell, has been charged by Australian police over sex allegations from “multiple complainants.” The Vatican has released a statement of support for Pell, citing his “honesty.”

“Cardinal Pell is facing multiple charges in respect of historic sexual offences,” Victoria state police deputy commissioner Shane Patton told the media in Melbourne on Thursday.

The extent of the charges the senior Vatican cardinal is facing has not been revealed by police. However, according to Patton, “there are multiple complainants relating to those charges.”

There might be up to 10 alleged victims, Australian news website News.com.au reports, adding that they were minors at the time of the alleged assaults and are now aged from their late 20s to their early 50s.

The allegations are believed to stretch from the time that Pell was a priest in the Australian town of Ballarat to when he was Archbishop of Melbourne. It is alleged that the cardinal groomed boys at a swimming pool in Ballarat in the 1970s and committed sexual assaults at St Patrick’s Cathedral in Melbourne, according to The Australian.

The cardinal, who did not admit to any of the alleged offences and has denied reports that have been circulating in the media for months, was charged by summons to appear before a Melbourne court on July 18.

Since 2014, Pell has lived in the Vatican, with which Australia has no extradition treaty, meaning the cardinal could potentially avoid prosecution if he chose not to return to his home country.

However, the Australian Catholic Church said in a statement Thursday that the cardinal “will return to Australia, as soon as possible, to clear his name.”

Yeah, don’t count on that, Australia. The esteemed Cardinal is about as safe in the Vatican as a Jew Wall Street fraudster would be inside the center of Tel Aviv.

“He said he is looking forward to his day in court and will defend the charges vigorously,” the statement added.

The Vatican has released its own statement, stressing that Pope Francis has respect for Pell’s “honesty” and “energetic dedication” to his work on Church financial reform.

It went on to state that Pell has “openly and repeatedly condemned as immoral and intolerable the acts of abuse committed against minors; has cooperated in the past with Australian authorities…has supported the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors; and finally, as a diocesan bishop in Australia, has introduced systems and procedures both for the protection of minors and to provide assistance to victims of abuse.”

Hey, Pope, trading boys and young teens around like Pokemon cards does not qualify as “assistance” in the dictionaries of most people.

But he’s a Bro because of Shekel management, right?

Pell, 76, was promoted to cardinal in 2003 and three years ago he was appointed to serve as the Vatican treasurer, considered to be the third most powerful post behind the Pope.

While it is the first time that formal charges are brought against Pell, he was subject of an investigation in the early 2000s after claims emerged that he had molested an altar boy back in the 1960s, The Age reported.

Ok, this is going to involve several important topics, so please bear with me on this one if things start to become convoluted.

You see, the Catholic Church, despite claiming to be above the evils of this fallen secular world, has become just another cog in the wheel of excessive degeneracy as pushed by elements seeking the rule of hell on Earth.

And it’s not even Jews that are the main ringleaders behind much of this – homosexuals of non-Satanic heritage take the gold with the priest abuse scandals.

It’s an issue that has likely ruled the Church’s inner leadership since its inception ,or at least since they decided to outlaw sex and marriage for priests, for we have documentary evidence going as far back as the 11th century (a thousand years, guys) discussing the vice of Catholic officials sodomizing boys – even Chaucer constantly alluded to queer priests pulling their stunts (the common folk all knew of it).

In my opinion, it makes much better sense, as the Syrian Catholics, Maronites, and Eastern Orthodox Christians understand, to have the village or town priest marry, sire children, and support a family, as that connects him far better to the parish and the community’s salvation at large.

Honestly, it should be a requirement, as this practice would go a long way (not guaranteed) towards weeding out the pederasts, pedophiles, and homosexuals (a gay is really all three of these rolled into one) from seeking out a profession with an abundance of youthful children and teens in his vicinity.

EDIT:  God obviously saw this as a requirement from just a few of the many passages in the Bible:

1 Timothy 3:1-13

Qualifications for Overseers

Here is a trustworthy saying: Whoever aspires to be an overseerdesires a noble task. Now the overseer is to be above reproach, faithful to his wife, temperate, self-controlled, respectable, hospitable, able to teach, not given to drunkenness, not violent but gentle, not quarrelsome, not a lover of money.

He must manage his own family well and see that his children obey him, and he must do so in a manner worthy of full[a] respect. (If anyone does not know how to manage his own family, how can he take care of God’s church?) He must not be a recent convert, or he may become conceited and fall under the same judgment as the devil. He must also have a good reputation with outsiders, so that he will not fall into disgrace and into the devil’s trap.

Qualifications for Deacons

In the same way, deacons[b] are to be worthy of respect, sincere, not indulging in much wine, and not pursuing dishonest gain. They must keep hold of the deep truths of the faith with a clear conscience. 10 They must first be tested; and then if there is nothing against them, let them serve as deacons.

11 In the same way, the women[c] are to be worthy of respect, not malicious talkers but temperate and trustworthy in everything.

12 A deacon must be faithful to his wife and must manage his children and his household well. 13 Those who have served well gain an excellent standing and great assurance in their faith in Christ Jesus.

Titus also goes into specific requirements of any who wish to be a Bishop and they require they MUST marry.  Notice the phrase “the husband of one wife”.  This is not optional.  I am actually posting the whole passage as they immediately go into why choosing Bishops and Priests with the strict requirements laid out will actually keep the Christ Killers out of power.

Titus 1:5-16

For this cause left I thee in Crete, that thou shouldest set in order the things that are wanting, and ordain elders in every city, as I had appointed thee:

If any be blameless, the husband of one wife, having faithful children not accused of riot or unruly.

For a bishop must be blameless, as the steward of God; not selfwilled, not soon angry, not given to wine, no striker, not given to filthy lucre;

But a lover of hospitality, a lover of good men, sober, just, holy, temperate;

Holding fast the faithful word as he hath been taught, that he may be able by sound doctrine both to exhort and to convince the gainsayers.

10 For there are many unruly and vain talkers and deceivers, specially they of the circumcision:

11 Whose mouths must be stopped, who subvert whole houses, teaching things which they ought not, for filthy lucre’s sake.

12 One of themselves, even a prophet of their own, said, the Cretians are alway liars, evil beasts, slow bellies.

13 This witness is true. Wherefore rebuke them sharply, that they may be sound in the faith;

1Not giving heed to Jewish fables, and commandments of men, that turn from the truth.

15 Unto the pure all things are pure: but unto them that are defiled and unbelieving is nothing pure; but even their mind and conscience is defiled.

16 They profess that they know God; but in works they deny him, being abominable, and disobedient, and unto every good work reprobate.

Another Blow To The Cuckservatives

The pattern of these priests, deacons, Cardinals, etc… should serve as a lesson to the Alt-Lite cucks and Civic Nationalists out there who mainly structure their gatherings on “anti Sharia Law” demonstrations – basically a lengthy whine-fest about how Moslems mistreat gays by torturing them and hurling them from rooftops.

Because at the end of the day (I’d prefer bogs and solitary dungeons over messy GRIDS-infected streets), the Moslems apparently have more of an understanding of the Homosexual Problem than many of us in the West.

By even giving the gays a single inch (not being vulgar), they will take mile after mile, and will demand access to institutions and practices that will let them indulge in their perversions far easier than under strict authoritarian rule that realizes their innate evil.

Like most Jews, homosexuals cannot be reasoned with, and cannot be tolerated and allowed to roam free with little to no supervision – you’ll end up with Catholic Church scenarios every single time.


  1. To be sure, in the Eastern Catholick Church, there are problems with priests falling in love with female congregants – such as exists in all Protestant denominations, wherever they are located.

    Is it that The Roman Catholick Church so heavily represses the sexuality of it’s clergy, (it will get out one way or the other) unlike The Holy Mother Eastern Orthodox Church, or is it that there is a certain kind of man, inclined both to faith and faggotry, who is attracted to being clergy?

    I grew up in a prestigious private parochial Episcopal school, in the once sleepy town of Raleigh, and both organists were gay, as was the choirmaster, the librarian, and the principal of the elementary school part of it.

    So, I have seen this not just in Roman Catholicism.

    • @Junius

      It’s both.

      Faggots are going to seek out positions where they can work their “magic” and satisfy their sick urges, and a position that requires no marriage, celibacy, and requires work with prepubescent and teenage boys will draw them in like a cake buffet draws in (((Lena Dunham))).

      And yeah, with other denominations, I’ve always been suspicious of some of the missionaries who adopt Africans and Asiatics – my guess is that some of them are doing it for reasons far more degenerate than cuckold virtue-signalling.

  2. That said, this is not new, not a product of the Jewified culture, as Balzac commented on the reknown of Roman Cardinals for their obsessive ‘connoiseurship’ of adolescent males.

  3. Roman Catholicism is just so weird and foreign. The rampant pederasty in that cult is a remnant of the old Roman practice – it’s probably an ethnic characteristic of Mediterranean peoples. Pope Gregory famously decided to evangelize England when he saw some English slave-boys and proclaimed, “Non Angli, sed angeli” – Not Angles, but angels. That’s literally what brought Roman Catholicism to Albion, their infernal lust for boys.

    Thank God for the Reformation, we’re celebrating 500 years of freedom from these abominable tyrants this year. Sadly, this moldbug/NRx business is confusing folks and leading many astray into the darkness of popery. Then there is the “we wuz romanz” calumny so popular in the altright; of course, we are descended from the ancient Germans, the mortal enemies and eventual conquerors of the depraved Romans.

  4. We don’t have any weird doctrines that allow sodomy, I beg your pardon. Homosexuals have infiltrated the hierarchy of the Church. We are scandalized and disgusted by it. There are real Catholics you know. St Paul says that they are worthy of death for committing these acts as did some of the popes.

  5. By the way, your religion was founded 500 years ago, by a man, just like the Mormons, Jehovahs witnesses etc etc. If you are trying to liken real, real, Catholicism to a cult, you better take a look in the mirror.

  6. You actually think some of your ‘pastors’ aren’t sodomites and child molesters? Do I need to link some news stories proving it?

    • @Sursum

      Read my comment near the top that was replying to Junius – nobody is saying that Protestants are sacred and without fault.

      It’s just that each faith has their own specific weaknesses, and with Catholicism, it seems to be the celibacy issue with church officials and the subsequent drawing in of faggots – this was not doctrine until more than a thousand years after the death of Christ, and wasn’t even really followed in some areas of the West (England especially) until the late Middle Ages.

      If you want my opinion, I would say the biggest weakness of Protestantism is the fact that ANYBODY (whether Black gangbanger or White con artist) can become a “minister” or “pastor,” and if given enough (((financial support))), said con artist can become the leader of a mega church or huge denomination.

      If the Church would get rid of this celibacy nonsense for regular priests, bishops, and other ranking officials (monks and other ascetics can keep their rules), then faggotry and buggery would probably drop 90% or more – gays will quickly learn to seek greener pastures.

  7. You know what’s really weird, coming up with new doctrines that teach ‘altar calls’ and sermons as the ordinary means of salvation. Things that real Christians never believed.

  8. That’s interesting, Junius, about the school in which you grew up. When I was a youngster, even well into my high-school days, I was much too naïve to have been aware of such things.

  9. Are you going to compare this guy to Justice Scalia and indict all Catholics? How about Karol Wojtyla, who was more of a man than any of you rednecks could wake up and dream about being? Rebel yell? Sh**t….

  10. From Ann Barnhardt Feb. 14, 2017

    “…Antipope Bergoglio is a diabolical narcissist psychopath who is now, and always has been about one thing: PERSONAL POWER. He rules through FEAR, and in Rome EVERY PRIEST, BISHOP, MONSIGNOR and CARDINAL WITHOUT EXCEPTION IS BLACKMAILABLE.

    The infiltration of the Church by Freemasons/Communists, who then recruited and promoted ALMOST EXCLUSIVELY SODOMITES for over fifty years now is so intense, that absolutely EVERY PRELATE IN ROME IS BLACKMAILABLE. EVERY PRELATE has sodomite connections, even for the very, very rare prelate that isn’t a sodomite himself. The faggotry is EVERYWHERE, on both the “left” and the “right” and the “far right”.

    And folks, where there are faggots, children are being abused. Period. There is no such thing as a “harmless faggot”. Scratch a faggot and you’ll find either an active child predator, a developing child molester, or someone who has turned a blind eye to child molestation to protect “friends”. The code of omertà among faggots is every bit as strong, if not stronger than the code of omertà in the Italian Mafia.

    Folks, the Vatican is now, for all intents and purposes, a bathhouse. And I am not speaking figuratively. Cardinals, bishops, monsignors, priests, security guards, lay employees, Vatican Museum tour guides, it is a massive, massive network of sodomites, and the code of silence transcends political or ideological sides – or at least it used to. The reason that Bergoglio wields so much illegitimate power is because he, although probably a sodomite himself (I’ve received new information out of Buenos Aires – his private life was a deplorable scandal), is now willing, for the sake of his own lust for power, to leverage sodomitical and child abuse activity and blackmail people without hesitancy. This is a change, and THIS is why the Curia hates him. He isn’t observing the code of sodomitical Omertà, and they are all, every one of them, TERRIFIED that he will expose them, even though Bergoglio himself is also a pervert with a criminal past. And remember, even for the few prelates left that are not sodomites, they have all, every one, “not done enough” with regards to priests that were under their jurisdiction at one point or another.

    We’ve all had beaten into our heads for our entire lives that “what people do behind closed doors is their business…” Now we are seeing why that is such a pernicious lie. The filthy, disgusting faggots, by doing their execrable deeds “behind closed doors” have constructed the very matrix of coercion and blackmail that is now being used to DESTROY THE CHURCH AND CAUSE COUNTLESS SOULS TO GO TO HELL.

    I remember well being haughtily lectured to by a man that turned out to be one of the most notorious sodomites in the Vatican today, a man whose b**w**bs are called “a Vatican institution”, that it was mortal sin to even SUSPECT someone of sodomy or being a sodomite without – get this – videographic evidence. How convenient, so long as there is no video, AND the code of Omertà holds.

  11. The Eastern Church seems to be relatively free of the corruption and deviancy found in the Roman Church. And the Eastern Church doesn’t have the bureaucratic hierarchy of the Roman Church, they are more accountable to the communities they serve.

  12. Your ignorance of current Vatican politics is quite evident. This has little to do with faggotry & more to do with character assassination. Pell stood against the current “pope” on a number of his protestantizing efforts of the Church. Pell was also investigating the Vatican bank. This is a hit job to marginalize a critic of the new order church of bergolio to make the real RC Church as deracinated as all forms of Protestantism & heretical orthodox sects. No doubt there is a faggot problem in the church but there’s plenty of doubt that Pell is one of them!

    • @Mikey Joe

      That would be a sensible argument, but the Church is defending Pell right now.

      They’re praising him mainly for his great work at handling shekels – if this were their hit job they would have turned him in to the Aussies a long time ago.

  13. @John Bonaccorsi…

    I don’t know why, John, but, somehow, I had a feeling you would say that.

    The answer to your tactful inquiry is that I had an uncle who was gay, and I knew of it, and what it meant (without the adult details) as a very little boy.

    Thus, while most in my school were blithely unaware, I was, by elementary school, unwittingly adept at recognizing who was who and what was what, in most case.

    I could look at people and just know.

    I believe in the gay world, they call that ‘gaydar.’

    Because of my uncle and his lifetime lover, I probably was the only kid in my school who had any idea that Raleigh had a whole gay community that was completely hidden away right under their noses.

    As things are these days, talking about such things makes me feel like a member of the stagecoach days, but, in reality, it was only 40+ years back.

    All the best to you and mama!

  14. Accusations from the 1970s. No matter what you think of the Roman Catholic clergy as a whole you have to wonder about these sorts of accusations and their motives.

  15. This all about Vatican II. The fact that the College of Cardinals elected a communist pope is a result of Vatrical II, it has taken a long time to load the cardinals with Sodomites and Jew acolytes, and here they are.

  16. @juniusdaniel1828

    That’s very interesting, Junius. I recall now your mentioning your uncle, in some other context. I wouldn’t have guessed how much you understood, early in life, because of his presence in your family.

    I’ve done a bit of Googling, by the way, for the Balzac remark you mention, but I haven’t come across it yet.

  17. Most ‘Christians’ that you see going to church these days are in a mixed marriage and show up to church in a three door Hyundai. I can’t stand it.
    As for George Pell, whilst I hate pedatry and faggotry, I think he should be given his day in court. These charges are from the 1970’s. Any victim would have reached adulthood by the 90’s. Why are thry only coming forward now?
    The unfortunate thing is that if he’s found innocent, the mud sticks.
    If he’s guilty, yes, lock up and throw away the key. If he’s innocent, he still may never live it down.
    Give him his day in court.
    For a while now, Pell has been the victim of a leftwing media witch hunt by the Australian ABC who never jump on anything Muslims do. You have to second guess anything they say.

  18. I’m a former Roman Catholic, I became an Anglican (not to be confused with the apostate Episcopal church) after I was red-pilled. The writing was on the wall when Benedict XVI, who was himself flawed, was forced out in favor of an “anti-colonialist” from the Third World. The smoke of Satan entered the Roman Catholic church during Vatican II and too many Roman Catholics, clergy and laity alike, found it intoxicating.

    If the Roman Catholic church is very lucky, the next pope will be a Pius XIII who will clean house. But the most likely outcome is that the next pope will be Francis II or something even worse. It’s going to get a lot worse before it gets better in Rome, if it ever does. Roman Catholics who still care about preservation of traditional European Christian values should look to the Orthodox churches or to faithful Anglican churches.

  19. Why is the reply to comments not working?

    @presbyterianrevival, There is nothing more Judaic than Calvinism and the idea of the Elect. Judaism for the Goys.

    • @Yehudah

      Not sure why the comments system is not allowing replies – guess just do it the old fashioned way until the issue can be fixed.

  20. “The Vatican has released a statement of support for Pell, citing his “honesty.””

    They are trying to destroy the Vatican, don´t they?

  21. @John Bonaccorsi…

    Thank you, John, for your kind comment.

    The quote from Balzac is not exactly ‘a comment’, but, something he wrote in his collection of short vignettes, entitled, ‘DROLL STORIES’.

    You can usually find an old discarded paperback version of these at a used book store for a buck or two.

    If memory serves, the perspective is in the first or second story in that collection.

    Of course, I love Balzac, so the stories are worthwhile, in and of themselves, and so full of opinion of the 1830s and 1840s, reading such is like climbing into a ghostly time-machine.

    All the best!

  22. Quote: decided to outlaw sex and marriage for priests??
    Hummm..So in your opinion they should be allowed to marry little boys ??
    Most of the pedophiles scandals in the Catholic Church are targeted at little boys ?? Homosexual paedophilia ?? BTW this problem as well afflict the reformed Church which their priest can marry ??
    The problem in our society today is Homo-paedophilia ?? Or as to say in politically correct term, Minor Attracted Person .. M.A.P….See normal people taking their children to GAY PRIDE parade ??

    • Errr… No.

      By encouraging marriage (to a woman, obviously), or by making it a prerequisite for the the priesthood, faggots are going to naturally drift away in search of something easier – they’ll probably just go join the American army.

      • Marcus, queers will marry a woman to get access to children. After all, many people naively believe that a married man can’t be a homo, because he is a married man. So marriage is no safeguard against sodomy in either the Catholic priesthood or the ministry.

  23. IMO, the Vatican II church will not survive another 25 years. A trickle of religious vocations, church closings, communicants leaving in droves. It is well this should happen. It is not the Church founded by Christ but an imposter, fraudulent one. By their fruits you will know them. Pope Francis, the final culmination.

  24. Not all gays are pedophiles.

    All roman catholics are cocksuckers, though, at least in a figurative sense. Roman cocksuckers at that. Or is ‘roman’ just a synonym for cocksucker, when it’s applied to NON-roman peoples…

    Ahem. The system of celibacy for priests was instituted during the Middle Ages purely to preserve the feudal system that privileged the rich and ‘holy.’ First born sons had to inherit the latifundium or else it would be divided up and, horrors!, a middle class might have eventually emerged from all sons getting a smaller share of land.

    So younger sons were sent to the monastery, or into other vocations. Or married to daughters of other landed aristocracy.

    It’s that simple, and corrupt.

    Remember, the roman catholic church was established by the conquering colonizing romans, not by the invading germanics who were still observing pagan worship during the sub-roman period: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sub-Roman_Britain

    Alas, the more egalitarian meritocracy of the germanics gave way to a revised Roman Christian Empire of which the Vatican was the capital. So ‘Rome’ still ruled over Europe during the Middle Ages, just in partnership with the newer germanic aristocracies.

    And, with the jews!!!! Anyone who doesn’t get that the Pope/Catholic hierarchy and the Jews were integral during that period (and to this day) is in deep denial.

    • Onceler, not all queers are pedophiles, but nearly every queer was a victim of sodomite seduction as a child.
      “All Roman Catholics are cocksuckers.” That’s nothing but an outright libel.
      Celibacy has always existed in the RCC. So have married priests.
      The Catholic Church, humanly speaking, was founded by Jewish people, not “conquering Romans”. The pagan Roman Empire persecuted the Church until 314 AD. Both Jewish and Gentile Christians were hounded by them.
      Rome was not the capital of the “Christian Empire”. The Frankish kingdom and later Vienna were the capitals.
      The Jews certainly had influence during those days, but their constant overstepping the boundaries set for them by Christian governments constantly tripped them up, and they ended up being restricted to ghettos or exiled from the countries they settled in. So their power wasn’t as great as some critics claimed it was.

  25. Be warned, Onceler – John Bongiovanni of Niggerdelphia is going around giving the thumbs-down vote to anyone who badmouths his Roman papist church. And when he does so he giggles like a naughty school girl.

  26. “We must have no truce, no treaty with Rome. War! War to the knife with her! Peace there cannot be. She cannot have peace with us – we cannot have peace with her. She hates the true Church, and we can only say that the hatred is reciprocated. We would not lay a hand upon her priests; we would not touch a hair of their heads. Let them be free; but their doctrine we would destroy from the face of the earth as the doctrine of devils. So let it perish, O God, and let that evil thing become as the fat of lambs. Into smoke let it consume: yea, into smoke let it consume away! We must fight the Lord’s battles against this giant error, whichever shape it takes; and so must we do with every error that pollutes the Church. Slay it utterly, slay young and old! Let none escape! Fight the Lord’s battles!“

    – Charles Spurgeon (in a sermon over 1 Samuel 18:17,“Fight the Lord’s Battles”)

  27. I’m pretty sure, spahnranch1969, that I’ve never given a thumbs-down vote to any comment, anywhere on the internet–you white nothing.

  28. @juniusdaniel1828

    As usual, Junius, I can only envy you your wide reading. Thank you for the alert to the “Droll Stories,” which, as it turns out, are available online, via the estimable Project Gutenberg. My quick, digital search through the work for the word “cardinal” has not turned up the passage you’ve mentioned; but now that I know the work is just a mouse-click away, I might come upon the passage at some point. In case the link will be of any value to you, I paste it:


  29. Giovanni Bonoconti just sent me a DM, the contents of which are as follows:

    “Please do not attempt to contact me or my wife’s mulatto son ever again. Thank you.”

    As to what occasioned this violent outburst I have no idea.

  30. @John Bonaccorsi…

    Thank you, John, for your assiduous reply.

    For whatever it is worth, I believe the French Philosopher, Rene Montaigne, in his book from 1599, made some comments on this score, as well.

    Perhaps Rabelais, as well, though, with regards to him, my mind is sketchier.

    The chief point is that The Roman Catholick church is rather consistent on this score. for a very long time.

    All human vulnerability to Satan aside, The Roman Catholick church still remains the very bedrock upon with The West was, and is, constructed – with many many fine people and clergy, who represent God’s Will very well.

    The human menagerie may not have changed, inside or outside of the church, but, what has changed is the media, and social taboos about what to report and what not to report.

    In this day and age, JFK would not be a hero, and Warren Harding would never have been nominated, much less elected.

    Oh wait – I take that back – they had nothing on Miss Hillary!

  31. That made me laugh, Junius–your Hillary joke.

    A few minutes before I read your comment about old taboos, re what and what not to report, another subject brought to my mind the following chestnut: “Some things are better left unsaid.” All this reminds me of something I might have mentioned to you, a statement that was once directed to me by a wise elder: “Honesty is not a virtue.”

    Thanks for the alert re the possible remarks from Montaigne and Rabelais. I guess the French get a kick out of poking at priests.

    My best to you and everyone at your end.

  32. There is more hostility to Catholics than to Jews on this blog. If you want to know why America has fallen to this level, ask yourself why they’re more excited about this story than they are about anything the Jews and their minions get away with. They think it’s great news when a liberal Episcopalian raised by a Catholic gets on the Supreme Court because it’s a “wasp.” It was a wasp Supreme Court with Southerners responsible for integration. You can’t fix stupid.

  33. No, JPS, we’re not ‘more hostile to Catholics’ per se.

    We’re hostile to judeo-roman rule. You’re conveniently ignoring that the Catholic Church’s leadership isn’t separable from ‘the jews.’ And that semitic values are woven into all of its political dogma.

    • All the media has to do is put out a story about some Catholics (the bad old Catholics) allegedly doing dastardly things decades ago and among some people is suddenly take priority over dire current events. The last rural Southerner I asked about religion told me that the Catholic Church was founded by Julius Caesar. He seemed like an amiable fellow but you don’t have to wonder why things have turned out the way they have with respect to the Anti-Christian agenda.

  34. And, JPS, Gorsuch isn’t a ‘liberal Episcopalian raised by a Catholic.’

    He was raised Catholic and married an Episcopalian.

  35. The Church is a fat target because it is centralized and therefore accountable for the acts of its agents over time. Some of them are going to be stinkers as a matter of stochastic/probability.

    I went to catholic schools and the priests were all well behaved toward me and my friends. Not even a hint of anything.

    Public (state) school teachers were not so well behaved. Look at the coven of Paedos in the LAUSD. It’s overwhelmingly perverse.

  36. Australia is a ZOG just like the USAfedgov is a ZOG. Masonry is the basis of the social order These victim allegations have been around for years against Pell. He has been through decades of inquiries and legal harassment with these allegations. Now it is time for the state of Victoria to either put up or shut up because there really isn’t anymore they can put him through. Either they have some new evidence or an air tight perjury. Whatever it is, they are going to court now

  37. According to researcher Herbert Dorsey, the Vatican controls The City of London.

    Billy Ray, any input?

  38. We know why brides wear white (not that 99.9% should) but has anyone ever wondered why priests wear black? Or, nuns? The symbolism is right before our eyes.

    These stinking queers in their frocks listening to everyone’s dirty little secrets in the confessional booth have the dirtiest gargantuan secrets of them all.

    The rabbis are just as bad but I wonder why we never hear about them?

      • Do you have nothing better to do than constantly attack others here? I had to look up Jack Chick. I am a lot older and a lot wiser than you Dalton. I’ve already been where you still have to go. Grow up.

  39. If you want to understand what many fairies do when left to their own devices, go visit http://www.zombietime.com. Be forewarned, it is absolutely revolting. Sort of like Syrup of Ipecac on steroids but far, far worse. The depravity of those creatures can only be cured through exorcism. Come on, I know you want to, go take a peek.

  40. Celibacy is not the reason why the Roman Catholic Church is having problems with queer priests. Research on the origins of such sexual dysfunctions show time and time again that dysfunctional marriages, or childhood seduction by a family member or a friend of the family is the cause of such horrors. This phenomenon has been seen in all ethnic and religious groups. And if celibacy is the cause of this, why are most of the individuals doing this filth married?

    • @Stephen Dalton

      Technically you’re right, and it’s obviously the whole faggot converts boy/teen cycle at work, but the celibacy thing essentially acts as a huge magnet for homosexuals – think about it from their point of view.

      • Celibacy is not the magnet for the sodomites, it’s access to children that’s the magnet. The same thing happens in churches that have married clergy. A friend of mine, who was sexually abused by her Baptist minister father, told me that there was, and still is, a network of perverts in several Baptist circles that support each other in their obscene pleasures.

        • @Stephen Dalton

          Agreed – read my earlier comment about missionary adoptions from the Third World.

          But, here is the thing – with Protestants, when you have a guy that’s like 50 and hasn’t ever been married or seen with a woman, suspicions rise, and people naturally become wary.

          However, when you stick the same weirdo inside an organization that requires celibacy, nothing is amiss, and no suspicions occur.

          It’s too bad the Bible just didn’t explicitly say, “Churchmen must be married to ward off homosexuals and perverts,” although marriage was common in the Church for over 1000 years.

  41. If I had my way Jews, Muslims, and Christians would all be going back to the Middle East where they sprang from.

    • So you want all the Christians to go back to the Middle East? Our culture is based on centuries of Christian tradition. Do you have any ideas what will take its place? Just asking.

      • Christianity is based on middle eastern fairy tales. If we hadn’t been saddled with that alien, Levantine death-cult we could’ve had cities on Mars by now. And our little jewish problem would have been dealt with once and for all.

        • What makes you think Jews wouldn’t be a problem in pagan societies? Do a little reading of historical sources and you will see Jews had far more freedom in pagan societies to work mischief than they ever did in Christian ones.

      • Like Trump says, “They gotta go back.”

        The Abrahamic religions are the unholy trinity of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The book Christians call the Old Testament, is in fact the Jewish Torah.

        So the Islam that we all worry about is in fact, just the most recent invasion of the Abrahamic religions from the desert.

        If I had a time machine and could travel to the future, there would be Muslim “traditionalists” saying the same as you: “Our European culture is based on centuries of Muslim tradition.”

        No it isn’t.

        Our civilization was hijacked from the top, and that power was used to suppress and purge the indigenous religions. Emperor Constantine is the man most responsible for Christianity taking over Europe. During his rule, he purged all followers of the local religions from the Empire’s hierarchy, and replaced them with the followers of a Middle Eastern desert cult. If you converted you could remain, if you refused you were fired!

        They were treated the same as Pro Whites are treated today, by the anti-White elite in White countries.

        Religions indigenous to Europe are obviously the only ones that should be in European countries. Anything else is obviously foreign and a usurper. The religions that Ancient Greece and Rome were built on, existed long before Christianity. And it is Ancient Greece and Rome that are the bedrock of Western civilization.

        The religions the Vikings practiced as they explored and raided unknown lands are also fascinating.
        And there are plenty more indigenous to each European country, that were persecuted and suppressed by the pedos of the Church, just waiting to be rediscovered.

        • RB, your post is full of disinformation.
          The actual Torah of the Jews is the Talmud, what Christ called the traditions of the elders. It nullifies everything the actual Mosiac Torah teaches.
          The Constantine myth is beloved by extreme Protestants and other folks who have an axe to grind against the Church. The old paganism was losing the devoution of the population, and the Church was rapidly growing and taking its place, years before Constantine ever came on the scene. If he was puting Christians into positions of political power, if the old paganism was losing its influence on the general population, it would make sense to put Christians in those offices to serve a population that was fast becoming majority Christian.
          The ancient cultures of Europe were decaying and rotten to the core. The upper classes only supported the ancient religions because that was their hold on power. Christianity triumphed because it offered real faith instead of the empty myths of Greco-Roman and Nordic paganism.

  42. @John Bonaccorsi..

    ‘That made me laugh, Junius–your Hillary joke.’


    I’m glad. 10 laughs a day keeps the gastro-enterologist away!


    ‘A few minutes before I read your comment about old taboos, re what and what not to report, another subject brought to my mind the following chestnut: “Some things are better left unsaid.” All this reminds me of something I might have mentioned to you, a statement that was once directed to me by a wise elder: “Honesty is not a virtue.”


    All my life, John, there have been those, in my inner circle, who have been steadily regaling me with, ‘disgression is the better part of valour’ … and, in recent years I have acceded to them – jut a bit!

    Conversely, it would be okay with me if the Lugenpresse learned a little, too, yet, to refer to them even as a ‘Lugenpresse seems to verge dangerously on flattery.


    ‘Thanks for the alert re the possible remarks from Montaigne and Rabelais. I guess the French get a kick out of poking at priests.’

    You’re welcome. Yes, the French like to poke a priests, but, then, so have the English, starting with Chaucer. I’ve yet to come across a Russian author, of the pre-Judeo-Bolshevek times, who did so, however.

    Let’s face it : The French have a love of being naughty.


    ‘My best to you and everyone at your end.’

    Thank you so much!

  43. @JPS…

    ‘There is more hostility to Catholics than to Jews on this blog.’

    Yes, more than a few have a psyche very appropos for the 3rd KKK, that of the mid 20th century south, and that Klan was very -‘Roundheadish’ in their anti-papist inclinations.

    That said, a number of folks here are not entirely anti-Roman Catholick as they are merely depressed by the direction of the church – particularly under Francis.

    Others, still, if you are unaware, ARE Catholick, both east & west!

  44. @juniusdaniel1828

    That’s very interesting, Junius–the Russians’ disinclination to poke at priests. As we read the priest jokes in French and English pieces, we’re supposed to be chortling, I guess; but from what you say, I gather the Russians will have none of that.

    You can see, by the way, how a person like me is dependent on persons like you for that kind of information. My own ability to read is very limited. When I hear someone say, for instance, that he has read all the novels of Dickens–more than once, maybe–I might as well be hearing someone say he can pole vault two hundred feet. To get through even one novel is arduous for me.

    To give you an example: I’ve wondered whether remarks about “the battle of the sexes” and the supposed obstreperousness of women–“can’t live with ’em, can’t live without ’em”–are peculiar to Europeans. Since my reading is limited–and fated always to be–I don’t know whether remarks of that kind go back all the way to Greek and Roman times; and I don’t know, similarly, whether such remarks are encountered in non-Western literature at all. Unless some scholar or someone I know has done the reading that would provide the answers to those questions, I have no way of knowing the answers; and even if some scholar has, indeed, done the reading and assembled his conclusions, I could have considerable difficulty encountering whatever he or she has written on the subject.

  45. @John Bonaccorsi…

    Yes, The Slavs, in general, evince less interest in insouciance, than does The West.

    As to reading, I thank you for your kind words. I have my periods when I am not much interested in reading, either, followed by periods when I read vociferously.

    A couple of motivations for my reading, when I was younger were these :

    #1. Have human beings changed in previous centuries?

    #2. What is the meaning to life?

    Thuds, I subjected myself to some very starchy stuff, though, as the pith has stayed with me, I am glad for having done so. That said, what I read in Balzac’s ‘Human Comedy’, titles such as Ursule Mirouet, Eugenie Grandet, Pere Goriot, Colonel Chabert, Cesar Birroteau, Cousin Bette, and The Country Doctor were a great pleasure, and sometimes I return to them, when I am not absorbing the intrinsick genius of OD.

    As to not being able to ‘live with ’em or live without them’, I suppose there’s always been some of that, though, as Greco-Roman times were rather homosexual and not much monogamous, one does not read but a fraction of such stuff as one reads from times Victorian.

    There is quite a bit of that, however, in Victorian Age Russian literature – Russian authors poking a lot of dark fun about the precarious nature of many marriages, and, other times, not poking fun, at all.

    The great Nikolai Gogol did a lot of that, as did Dostoevsky, the latter particularly in his earlier works, such as, ‘Netochkaa Nezvanova.’

    I think that, on the whole, Western men have taken great delight in their wives, over the centuries, though, there has been plenty of dissent on that score.

    Certainly for those men who wish to play about the proportional edges of love, without really being drawn in to the spiritual pith, they would oft have come away sour, this because the outcomes of their dalliances were punishments from an angry God, though they, in their satanically attenuated states, little realized it.

    Have a great Sunday!

  46. @juniusdaniel1828

    Hmm–that’s an interesting assessment: The Slavs, in general, evince less interest in insouciance, than does The West.

    I’m pleased to hear that your wide reading has led you to conclude, too, that “on the whole, Western men have taken great delight in their wives, over the centuries.” Jokes at the expense of marriage do not appeal to me.

    Your having read widely to learn whether human beings have changed across centuries is admirable. Maybe you’re familiar with the Herman Melville story “Benito Cereno.” Some years ago, after I’d managed to read that story and one or two other stories by Melville, I read part of Amasa Delano’s book-length account of his own sea travels. The said account, as maybe you know, includes the incident that Melville turned into “Benito Cereno.” According to my vague memory, Delano, a New Englander, says that his reasons for traveling the world included his desire to learn whether things he’d heard about the world were accurate. That reason, which struck me as admirable, too, has come to my mind because it’s similar to yours for having traveled the world–via literature.

    At Google Books is a “Netochka Nezvanova” preview, which I’ll now examine. If it will be of any importance to you, Junius, I’ll say I come away the richer from our every exchange.

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