Showing posts from November, 2009

Danish Scientist's 'Explosive' Research

Niels Harrit and eight other scientists found nano-thermite in the dust from the World Trade Center. This is a must see for 9/11 'truthers' and those who think that 'truthers' suspicions are not grounded in science.

During this astonishing interview the news presenter asks the Danish scientist, "If you are moving 10 to 100 tonnes of nano-thermite around and placing it on all the floors, I am just surprised no-one noticed." The scientist responds, quite brilliantly, "As a journalist you should address that question to the company responsible for security at the WTC."

A principal of the company Securacom, who provided security for the WTC at the time, along with United Airlines (Owners of Flight 77, Flight 175 and Flight 93), and Dulles International Airport (Departure of Flight 77), was one Marvin P. Bush, younger brother of one former President George W. Bush, who, according toThe Telegraph, '...told Mr Blair that there could be a link between …

Climategate Protestors Ejected from Al Gore Book Signing in Chicago

Fan: "Hi Al, I'm one of your biggest fans!"

Gore:"Well, I hope you turn yourself off at night to save energy. Anyway, thanks for buying my book, because its thanks to people like you that I am totally and utterly minted."

Prison Planet has reported that 'Climategate' protestors confronted Al Gore at a book signing and that they were unsurprisingly invited to leave by his security men.

Meanwhile, The Times has reported that the University of East Anglia have admitted throwing away much of the raw temperature data on which their predictions of global warming are based.

It is alleged that the amount of carbon burned in the process of destroying the evidence last night has added another two degrees to the warming of the planet.

And sensationally, according to Canada Free Press, the email leaks reveal that current US Obama administration 'Science Czar' John Holdron is directly implicated in the scandal.

Wiston Clinic, Pregnancy and Abortion

Are you considering an abortion at Wistons Clinic, Brighton?

Due to the fact that my blog post appears quite high on the Google-search...

If you are considering an abortion at Wistons Clinic, please be reassured that there are alternatives to abortion. Studies have shown that the psychological, physical and spiritual effects of abortion can be highly damaging and traumatic, in terms of feelings of loss, pain, regret, guilt and despair.

Life UK provide assistance in terms of housing and care to mothers who are struggling to cope with the prospect of motherhood. The charity also offer a free helpline to those in need of non-judgmental counselling and advice for those who feel torn because of an unwanted pregnancy or are considering abortion or who have procured one and need post-abortion counselling.

If you feel you fit into either of these categories then click the link here to access the Life website. Their hotline is 0800 915 4600 or you can 'text to talk' at 07786 200330.

There is a Light that is Going Out?

Morrissey Sides Recklessly with the Culture of Death
Yesterday was the first Sunday of Advent. Advent for every Catholic is the beginning of a spiritual journey towards true joy, as we recall the great Mystery of the Birth of Our Lord Jesus Christ. It is a spiritual time in which we prepare to celebrate the day when God entered into the World to share in the poverty, misery and suffering of the human experience to redeem our fallen human nature and unite us to Himself. It is the moment at which God, by His unfathomable generosity and love for us, steps into Time and begins what would become the Mystery of our redemption.
Like us in all ways but sin, the Child born in a manger, in the poverty of the stable would enter into our human experience concretely, cosmically and totally, uniting Himself with the human experience of life, suffering, rejection, betrayal, sadness and joy. It is a season of the Church at which we awe and a moment in which we recognise that, indeed, God wished to reve…

Holy C**p...There is Nothing Amusing about Climategate

At a speech in St Paul's, Minnesota, Lord Christopher Monckton, a prominent and public Roman Catholic, has warned the World that the Copenhagen Summit will see a treaty ratified with implications far more wide-reaching than merely co-operation on climate change.

"At the 2009 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, this December, weeks away, a treaty will be signed. Your president will sign it. Most of the third world countries will sign it, because they think they’re going to get money out of it. Most of the left-wing regime from the European Union will rubber stamp it. Virtually nobody won’t sign it.

I read that treaty. And what it says is this; that a world government is going to be created. The word “government” actually appears as the first of three purposes of the new entity. The second purpose is the transfer of wealth from the countries of the West to third world countries, in satisfication of what is called, coyly, “climate debt” — because we’ve been bur…

Climategate Gets More Amusing Everyday...

The Telegraph has an article on the nuclear fallout from the Climategate scandal, in which data was alleged, though it appears now beyond doubt, to be deliberately manipulated by scientists at the University of East Anglia. The BBC are steering well clear of this fiasco because Copenhagen is coming up and the less people know about this, the better it is for the Summit to pass resolutions on how to milk money out of people who 'emit' carbon through taxation. Obviously, the professors involved are rather embarassed by the leak, but one who miraculously still has his job, Professor Jones, appears to be defiant.
Prof Jones, who has refused to quit despite calls even from within the green movement, said last week in a statement issued through University of East Anglia, "My colleagues and I accept that some of the published emails do not read well. I regret any upset or confusion caused as a result. Some were clearly written in the heat of the moment, others use col…

Telegraph Editor Rehabilitates Oily Toe Rag...

...and receives a barrage of angry comments from the readers of his newspaper.

Sir Charles Moore has defended Peter Mandelson who he claims has been hanging around with the Rothschilds and Colonel Gadaffi's son at the Rothschild mansion in Waddesdon. There we have it. Peter Mandelson: The low-life who just can't get enough of the high life. But such social events are above board, of course, because the Rothschilds have no history of influencing Governments, social or economic policies so there's no conflict of interest there.

Oh, what's this? From the Financial Times in June 2009.
'Nathan Mayer Rothschild, the banking family's 19th-century patriarch, and James William Freshfield, founder of Freshfields, the top City law firm, benefited financially from slavery, records from the National Archives show, even though both have often been portrayed as opponents of slavery.'But that was then and this is now and these vested financial and political interests died lon…

Wave Goodbye to Climate Change and Embrace the Gospel

Fr Phillip Neri Powell, has mused on his blog, that 'one element of theGlobo-Warmist fraudthat hasn't been covered is the impact these revelations will have on certain eco-dogmas that have seeped into the Church. Many religious orders have wholeheartedly embraced "Saving Earth" as the 21st-century equivalent to "Saving Pagan Babies."'

The Diocese of Arundel and Brighton is consistently bombarding parishes with campaigns like the one above, in which it is clear that the Gospel of Our Lord Jesus Christ has been subsumed into a secular obsession so that it no longer reads as Save the Planets Souls campaign and into a Save the Planet campaign which, if nothing else, does absolutely nothing concrete for the poor, the imprisoned, the hungry, the thirsty the rejected and outcast of society on whom Our Lord told us to base our works of mercy. By our love, He said, men would know that we are His disciples.

Furthermore, while the Vatican has acted to make itself m…

The 'Strict Irish Catholic Upbringing'

Pete Doherty, whose father is of Irish descent, apparently had a 'strict Catholic upbringing'. The troubled singer who has more Rosary beads than a pilgrim shop in Lourdes continues to battle against his addiction to heroin. He strikes me as being one who is always exorcising his ghosts from his past. The love that Our Lord and Our Blessed Lady have for God's children was impressed so much upon him during his 'strict Catholic upbringing' that more recently he's been getting into Scientology. The singer Morrissey, also of Irish Catholic descent clearly had such a gentle introduction to the Irish Catholic's 'How to Love God' course during his upbringing that he recently penned a piece entitled, 'I Have Forgiven Jesus', the end verse of which goes...

'Jesus - Do you hate me?/Why did you stick me in/Self-deprecating bones and skin/Do you hate me?/Do you hate me?/Do you hate me?/Do you hate me?/Do you hate me?'

Of course, Our Lord doesn…

Conspiracy Theories Are Catholic

After the Latin Mass tonight I was challenged by other parishioners on conspiracy theories after I said, "Nobody has done more harm to the 9/11 truth movement than Bishop Richard Williamson." This is, of course, because he is a rabid Holocaust revisionist, with as much credibility as his Holocaust-denying friend David Irving and all you have to do to admit that the Holocaust happened and it was evil on an industrial scale is to go to Google and type the word, 'Holocaust'.

Personally, I don't belong to any of the new 9/11, climate change or 7/7 'truth movements'. There is only one 'Truth movement' and that is the Catholic Church. Yet, it is hard not to sympathise with such secular 'truth movements'. As human beings we have a yearning for truth and a yearning for the Truth, the Truth that is Our Lord Jesus Christ and His Church, for Christ and His Church can never be separated. People of faith and none have a natural repugnance for lies, ev…

Anglicans Turn on Anglicans who like Anglicanorum Coetibus

Courtesy of Damian Thompson

I think the vandals were trying to say that the Church of England doesn't have a Pope, but the Anglicans at St Saviours knew that already, telling reporters, "Why are they so angry? We know that the Archbishop of Canterbury is not so much a Pope as a kind of liberal, philosopher-wizard figure."

Manhattan Declaration Taking Internet by Storm

The Manhattan Declaration, not to be confused with the Manhattan Cocktail, now has 150,000 signatories. If you haven't done so already, click here to get them up to a million.

Government Kidnaps UK's Children

You know those children of yours. You thought they were your children. Well, not anymore!

The UK Government has just ran off with them in a car, tempting them with hard-boiled sweets and mumbling something about puppies, only to get them home, tie them to a chair, shower them with condoms and tell them about masturbation, oral sex and sodomy. You think the Irish Church is bad...Well, get a load of our Government!

According to Life Site News, you are no longer allowed to give your child homeschooling and in a nutshell, you can't legally stop your child from having sex education at 5 years of age.

Misanthrope Calls for Culling of People

"Look. Wouldn't this picture look better if half of these people were eliminated and the surviving people would then more space? Plus, there'd be less emissions! If we then take this to the scale of a whole country, we can see that this model would have the same results on a countrywide basis. Then, let's look at the model when you look at it globally. If we reduce the number of people globally then..."

Johnathon Porrit, patron of the absurdly named Optimum Population Trust, who has such a high regard for people that he spends his life telling the World we need to eliminate more of them, has called for the UK population to fall to 30m so we can save the planet. It's amazing what diabolical ideologies a man can come up with this global warming/climate change stuff. Porrit, who clearly has gone slightly mad, is a Government adviser, by the way.

Porrit: "The planet's heating up, if we don't act soon, people will die."

Brown: "Oh my God! That…

The Church in Ireland

The Catholic Church in Ireland has been crucified from within. The seeds of destruction were planted by those who in ordained authority who gave free reign to their perversions and temptations, their heresy and their cold brutality, reducing the Church to One from whom men turn away their faces in shame.

Like Christ, She is scourged by the sins of men, and her crown is a Crown of Thorns, a crown not of glory and honour, but of contempt and scorn. Exposed, naked, She now bears the sins of many within and without. Reduced to poverty and derided by men, She becomes an outcast, sorrowful and afflicted and ascends with the heavy burden of sin to Golgotha, where her enemies rejoice at Her failure and Her crucifixion at the hands of men.

What was done in secret, what remained hidden is now shouted from the rooftops. Yet, it is only within the Light of Christ that good can come from this evil. The Blood which poured from from the Heart of Jesus was poured out for those who abused their power al…

The 'Manhattan Declaration' Causes a Stir

Fr Ray Blake's post on the Manhattan Declaration, not to be confused with the Manhattan Project, the results of which are pictured above has already received criticism from one commentator. The commentator's criticisms of the Church, or those who speak in Her name, primarily, Her Pope, Bishops and Clergy, and secondarily, mad blogging Laity is as follows...

Why do Christians, especially traditionalist Catholics, always sound so pompous when they get onto their moral high horse?

Sorry, I was just getting my foot caught in the stirrups. If there's a moral high horse to be mounted, we're there, bro! We strive to speak the Truth, to proclaim the Truth and to speak it with Charity, even if, as frail and sinful creatures we fail daily to live up to it. Hence we fall off the horse, go to Confession, get back on and start striving to witness to the Gospel again.

The one they claim to follow allowed himself to be intimated into silence and to have his conscience violated by earthl…

Polish Roman Catholic Church of Our Lady Mother of the Church

That said, with regard to modern Churches and architecture, I rather like this. It is simple but very reverent. The Blessed Sacrament is housed firmly in the centre, where He should be, with a beautiful relief of Angels adoring the King of Kings in the Tabernacle.

The Church is a Polish Catholic Church ran by the Marian Fathers in Ealing, London. I attended the Polish Mass there on Sunday evening and obviously, while I don't know Polish, the Mass was very reverently said and the liturgy good.

While there, however, I couldn't help thinking, "Another reason for the Latin Mass..."

The Church, as the Universal Church, used latin in the liturgy for so long and as many readers who view this blog will appreciate, that meant that you could go to any Church in any country or any city and you would be hearing the same liturgy in every one. Therefore, once people of all tongues had the hang of the Latin Mass, it was uniform, standard and everyone could understand it.

I'm no exp…

Time for the Blairs to go into hiding before they get one?

"Holiday, darling?"

I was wondering why he and Cherie had bought all those houses! Looks like he's going to need a safe haven! Former British Ambassador to the US, Sir Christopher Meyer drops Tony Blair right in it and from a great height too.

Courtesy of The Times

Blair 'signed in blood' support for Iraq war at Bush's Texas ranch, ex-envoy says

Tony Blair's meeting with President Bush at his Texas ranch in 2002 was probably the turning point when the Prime Minister 'signed in blood' Britain's support for the Iraq war, it was claimed today. Sir Christopher Meyer, then British Ambassador to the US, told the Iraq Inquiry that Mr Blair would have been more influential if he had attached pre-conditions to British support at the Crawford ranch meeting - which was six months before Hans Blix began looking for weapons in Iraq.

“I think that would have changed the nature of American planning,” he said. “By the time you get to the end of the year it’s too …

World Service Covers Papal Meeting with Contemporary Artists

They don't make them like they used to...

BBC World Service covered Pope Benedict XVI's meeting with contemporary artists last night and you can listen to it here. The Holy Father told the collection of largely hopeless nihilists, wasters and blaggers that account for 'modern artists'...

'You are the custodians of beauty: thanks to your talent, you have the opportunity to speak to the heart of humanity, to touch individual and collective sensibilities, to call forth dreams and hopes, to broaden the horizons of knowledge and of human engagement. Be grateful, then, for the gifts you have received and be fully conscious of your great responsibility to communicate beauty, to communicate in and through beauty!

Through your art, you yourselves are to be heralds and witnesses of hope for humanity! And do not be afraid to approach the first and last source of beauty, to enter into dialogue with believers, with those who, like yourselves, consider that they are pilgrims in thi…

The Manhattan Declaration

The political touch paper, the Manhatten Declaration, not to be confused with Woody Allen's charming neuro-flick has been lit and gone viral, so I may as well add to the encouraging virus. It's a good idea, a bold statement and it reads like a, 'Come on then, if you think you're hard enough!' to the Obama administration.

A Call of Christian Conscience

Christians, when they have lived up to the highest ideals of their faith, have defended the weak and vulnerable and worked tirelessly to protect and strengthen vital institutions of civil society, beginning with the family.

We are Orthodox, Catholic, and evangelical Christians who have united at this hour to reaffirm fundamental truths about justice and the common good, and to call upon our fellow citizens, believers and non-believers alike, to join us in defending them. These truths are:

1. the sanctity of human life
2. the dignity of marriage as the conjugal union of husband and wife
3. the rights of conscience and re…

Telegraph Columnist Gives it to Supreme Court with Interest!

I wanted to post on this and still may do, but Gerald Warnerhas beat me to it and he has a much larger readership! I for one, had a 'vested interest' in this ruling as I get charged £60 a month for my overdraft and I get £60 a week.I heard on the radio yesterday that the Bank of England secretly gave RBS and Lloyds another massive bailout this year and didn't tell anyone...The banks get 'financial help' and we get shafted by the banks. Crackin'!

Courtesy of The Telegraph

Thank you, Supreme Court: now our votes are on offer to the party that will crucify the banks.

'So, now we know. The highest court in the land thinks it is perfectly equitable and moral for banks routinely to charge customers £35 for a transaction that costs them £2.50. It believes an automatic charge of £12 for inadvertently going 10p over the agreed overdraft limit – followed by daily penal charges – is how British institutions should do business.

It has benevolently nodded through every exa…

The Church of God

In the Archbishop's address at a Willebrands Symposium in Rome, Archbishop Rowan Williams said:

"Since the Second Vatican Council in the 1960s, the Roman Catholic Church has been involved in a number of dialogues with other churches – including with the Anglican Communion – which have produced a very considerable number of agreed statements. This legacy has been brought together in a recent publication by the Vatican department to promote Christian Unity, whose first President during and after Vatican II, Cardinal Johannes Willebrands, is justly and happily celebrated in today's centenary conference. Let me give an outline of what I want to say in the half an hour or so available. The strong convergence in these agreements about what the Church of God really is, is very striking.”
The Archbishop then went on to list, at length these theological points at which the Anglican Church and the Catholic Church give each other a little nod in agreement in another one of his excruci…

Pray for the New European President...

...for he is not what he appears. There was, in the kitchen after the Traditional Latin Mass last Friday, some excitement over what appeared to be the appointment of a sound and orthodox Catholic to the position of EU President, a Mr Herman Van Rompuy. Everybody cheered when he got in primarily because he wasn't Tony Blair...or so we thought.

Some lamented over the fact that the President's role will be titular and therefore a loyal son fo the Church would find it impossible to block the next wave of anti-Life, anti-Christian legislation which will surely emanate from the heart of Brussels, while others suggested that the new head of Europe could be effective in 'fighting the good fight' in Europe and be 'the Pope's man', i.e someone who was for example, pro-Life and pro-religious freedom and liberty.

Unfortunately, it appears that Herman Van Rompuy is not all that he seems. Who, one would rightly ask, in politics, especially at the highest level of politics,…

Times Columnist: People with Learning Disabilities Shouldn't Marry and Have Children

Minette Marrin ofThe Timeshas penned a piece which, dressed in honeyed words, reveals her to be a Nazi old piece of work...

'When my little sister was a child in the 1960s, we never said to her that she was mentally handicapped; no one in our family would ever have considered doing so. One day, though, when she was about 10, she received a visit from a social worker, as she did occasionally, perhaps because my mother was receiving money from the council, and this person left my sister in tears.

"She says I’m mentally handicapped,” said my sister, sobbing.

“What does that mean?” I asked, hoping the social worker had not said anything even more upsetting. “She says it means I can never get married and have children...”'
Read here for Marrin's compassionate feelings on the subject...I'll leave comments to commenters. Personally, I'm appalled. Her line of reasoning runs thusly...The State has less money because its a recession and there are bound to be cuts, so stop s…


"What was the First Commandment again?" I'm joking, of course. I understand the spiritual leader of Catholics in England and Wales was not actually worshipping a strange god. However, I prefer the Benedictine method of inter-faith dialogue..."Hey, pagans! Come to Papa!"

That said, I'm not sure Rome is going to like this. Let's write and tell them about it before the Ad Limina Apostolorum in January. Here's Archbishop Vincent Nichols's speech. As one commentator on Damian Thompson's blog mentioned, Our Blessed Lord is conveniently omitted from the ecumenical hand of friendship engagement.

Archbishop Vincent Nichols – visit to the Hindu Mandir Neasden
21 November 2009

Dear brothers and sisters,

Let me thank you first of all for the generous invitation and warm welcome that I have received in your unique and beautiful Mandir. I thank your spiritual leader, Sadhu Yogvivek Swami and the trustees of the Mandir for their invitation, especially as it fa…