Right This Way--See Midget Naturalists Flip, See Midget Naturalists Flop, See Midget Naturalists Squirm
Thomas A. Droleskey
Step right this way--see midget naturalists flip, see midget naturalists, flip, see midget naturalists squirm!
Step right this way, ladies and gentlemen, go into the big top to see the greatest show of midget naturalists on earth.
In the ring to the left, good friends, we have the show being put on by the mental midget is our currently reigning caesar, just off his "putting American to work" bus tour of the Midwest which he has made in a super-duper bus made in Canada for the preceding caesar, Georgii Bushus Ignoramus, where he believes in real job creation. See Caesar Barackus Obamus Ignoramus perform truth defying feats of oral prestidigitation, telling us that our economy is better off now than when he took office and as he tells a farmer "not to believe everything" he reads about Federal government over-regulation of agriculture See video of this amazing feat on the screen to your right!
Yes, see the midget caesar posture and preen as he even refuses to call for the resignation Syrian dictator Bahsir Assad as he slaughters hundreds of his own citizens while he commits the armed forces of the United States of America, funded by our own taxpayer dollars, to an effort to overthrow the regime of Moammar Khaddafi in Libya, pretending that we have any business committing military forces in situations where national security is not at stake, no less doing so without an act of war passed by Congress.
Close your eyes, my friends, and listen to the midget who considers himself the ninth wonder of the world tells us how the world really looks and how stupid we are not to agree with the snake oil that he wants to jam down our throats as we take his "medicine" for our good so that we can be meek and submissive slaves of the civil state.
Yes, see the administration of the midget caesar naturalist of the left take retribution on Standard and Poors for lowering the credit rating of the government of the United States of America after all of the successes of caesar's economic programs and policies.
Have you had your jollies with the midget naturalist to your left?
Look over here to the ring on your right. Take a good look at the truth-defying, artless flip-flipping and squirming of just a few of your midget naturalists of the false opposite of the "right."
Here you the Mormon midget naturalist named Willard--no, not Willard Scott--Mitt Romney, boasting in 1994 that he was firmly "pro-choice:"
Following is an excerpt from the debate last night between Senator
Edward M. Kennedy, Democrat of Massachusetts, and his Republican
challenger, Mitt Romney, at Faneuil Hall in Boston, as transcribed by
The New York Times.
Q. Mr. Romney, you personally oppose abortion
and as a church leader have advised women not to have an abortion. Given
that, how could you in good conscience support a law that enables women
to have an abortion, and even lets the Government pay for it? If
abortion is morally wrong, aren't you responsible for discouraging it?
One of the great things about our nation, Sally [ Sally Jacobs of The
Boston Globe ] , is that we're each entitled to have strong personal
beliefs, and we encourage other people to do the same. But as a nation
we recognize the right of all people to believe as they want, and not to
impose our beliefs on other people. I believe that abortion should be
safe and legal in this country; I have since the time that my mom took
that position when she ran in 1970 as a U.S. Senate candidate.
I believe that Roe v. Wade has been the law for 20 years, that we
should sustain and support it, and I sustain and support that law and
the right of a woman to make that choice. And my personal beliefs, like
the personal beliefs of other people, should not be brought into a
political campaign. Too much has been written about religion in this
race. I'm proud of my religious heritage; I am proud of the values that
it's taught me. But if you want to know my position on issues, ask me
and I'll tell you. I think the low point of this race was when my
opponent and their family decided to make religion an issue in this
campaign -- brought it out, attacked me for it. I think that's a
mistake. I think the time has passed for that. John Kennedy was the one
who fought that battle; let that battle live for all of us of all
KENNEDY I would agree with Mr. Romney that religion has no
place in this campaign. And the best way to make sure that it doesn't
is not to talk any further about it, and I don't intend to do so.
On the question of the choice issue, I have supported Roe v. Wade. I am pro-choice; my opponent is multiple choice.
have not only introduced the freedom-of-choice legislation but I have
fought -- wrote and saw successfully passed -- the clinic access bill
that will permit women to be able to practice their constitutional
rights in selection of abortion. And I have also led the fight against
judges in the Supreme Court of the United States that refuse to permit a
woman's right to choose. (THE 1994 CAMPAIGN; Excerpt From Debate By Kennedy And Romney; The Real Romney, a video clip of this exchange.)
Haven't gotten of your Midget Mitt jollies yet? Well, take a look at the giant screen in the ring to the right of comments he made eight years later when running for Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Have you enjoyed 3M's (Midget Mormon Mitt's) performance. Say goodbye to 3M, and please welcome 2M, Midget Michelle, as she squirms her way out of saying that he had been to a big family reunion when she wasn't there at all:
Michele Bachmann campaigns on her family roots in
Waterloo, Iowa. And she used those roots and a family reunion as the
reason she was late to Sunday night’s high-profile dinner and speeches
featuring her, Rick Santorum, and new presidential candidate Rick Perry.
But a family source tells NBC News, Bachmann was not at the event.
10 years ago was the last time I saw Michele at a reunion," Shirly
Movick, 76, who said she is Bachmann’s first cousin, told NBC News. She
added that she hadn't seen Bachmann, or her family, come to the reunion
"since she's been involved in politics."
Movick confirmed that
Bachmann’s husband, Marcus, and the couple's three daughters, did attend
the event, however. The reunion, in Lake Mills, IA, is held annually on
the second Sunday of August. Movick said she has been going all her
The revelation, first reported by Politico,
raises questions about a response Bachmann gave a reporter Sunday
evening. While taking questions from reporters following her appearance
at the Black Hawk County GOP dinner, Bachmann was asked why she had not
arrived earlier to the dinner, in time to see Perry's speech.
had a full day today," Bachmann responded. "I was doing a number of
things down in Ames. And we had a big family reunion just north of
The Bachmann campaign maintained she was with family.
were a few family reunion events that weekend,” campaign spokeswoman
Alice Stewart told NBC. “She attended one on Friday. Marcus and the kids
went to one on Sunday, and Michele met with family members on her own."
to clarify why Bachmann missed Perry's speech, and why she did not
mix-and-mingle before her own speech, Stewart said, "Like I said -- she
was with family members before AND she mixed with the crowd for half an
hour after she spoke."
But how Bachmann comported herself at this
event -- and others -- also raises questions about her level of
dedication to real retail campaigning. This one, like others, have been
have been more rally than retail. Unlike Perry and Santorum, she did not
sit and chat at tables before the speeches during the dinner portion.
Instead, she signed autographs on stage for about 30 minutes, as music
blared from speakers.
That rankled organizer Judd Saul, spokesman
for the Black Hawk County GOP and the self-proclaimed leader of the
area’s Tea Party.
"If you claim Waterloo,” he said, “come and dine with Waterloo.” (Bachmann was born in Waterloo.)
was also irked that the party wasn’t able to capitalize on having two
big-name speakers and raise the kind of money they could have because of
"We had a couple speakers scheduled to speak after
her,” he said, “and we were going to do our big ask for our fundraiser,
but as soon as she was done, the music blasted up; she started signing
autographs, and … people just started leaving. So two speakers missed
their chance to speak, and we missed our ask to the Republicans here for
our fundraising -- extra money that we needed to carry for the caucus."
At her speech at the Des Moines Register’s “Soap Box” at the Iowa
State Fair this weekend, she was half an hour late, gave just a
2-minute, 45-second speech -- far shorter than other candidates, some of
whom took up their full 20 minutes of allotted time and also took
questions. Bachmann did not. Toward the end of the speech, she said,
"I'm coming out to shake your hand.” She shook some hands, but made a
beeline about 50 feet to a waiting golf cart and was driven off.
have also been examples of reporters being manhandled by her security
staff – at the Republican Leadership Conference in New Orleans in June,
at a South Carolina event in July, and then again at the State Fair.
Republican dinner was closely watched, because it marked the first time
Bachmann, fresh from her win Saturday at the Ames Straw Poll, would
share an event with Perry, who is likely to compete for many of the same
kinds of voters. And with Perry’s entrance into the race, how Bachmann does retail -- in states where it matters like Iowa and New Hampshire -- is likely to get more scrutiny. (Questions raised about Bachmann's campaign style.)
Although 2M's time is so limited and she can't speak substantively in a coherent manner for more than several minutes, having coming from the same school of viscera as Sarah Barracuda, you should look at this next performance before she strikes up the rock music to assault your immortal souls:
There are some cultures in which telling self-serving lies about your
own ancestors would be so shameful as to be inconceivable. Michele
Bachmann's culture is apparently not one of these.
Bachmann, who's flirting with a presidential run, was in the
early-primary state of Iowa last week for the Rediscover God in America
conference. Bachmann was born in Iowa, as she told the crowd. But she
couldn't leave it at just being an ordinary Iowan:
"I'm actually even more than just an Iowan," she told her audience.
"I'm a seventh-generation Iowan. Our family goes back to the 1850s, to
the first pioneers that came to Iowa from Sognfjord, Norway."
And from there, Bachmann was off and running, spinning an American
story about her ancestors, Melchior and Martha Munson, who braved a
13-week ocean passage to Quebec and from there trekked overland to carve
a homestead out of the wilderness of Iowa, felling trees and building a
better life for themselves on the frontier.
Unfortunately, the story doesn't hold water, as researcher Chris Rodda ably points out at OpEdNews.
"I was watching her speech, and it was when she said that she was a
seventh-generation Iowan that I knew something was wrong," Rodda tells
City Pages. "She's in her fifties--there's no way there could be seven
generations between her and ancestors in the 1850s."
So Rodda, who has a background in genealogical research, decided to do a
little digging. Without too much trouble, she found that Bachmann is
actually a fourth-generation American, not seventh, as she claimed. And
that's just the start.
Bachmann's immigrant ancestors didn't make a pilgrimage straight to
the promised land of Iowa. From Quebec, they went to Wisconsin. That's
where the 1860 census found them. From there, they moved to the Dakota
Bachmann claims that her people "kept going, and they persevered"
through floods and crippling winters. Well, kind of. After enduring
those trials in the unforgiving Dakota Territory, they actually turned
tail and retreated to the relative ease and safety of...Iowa.
"Okay," Bachmann apologists may be saying at this point, "but history is hard and stuff! Maybe this was just an honest mistake."
Not a chance, Rodda says.
"The only historical sources where she could have found some of the
details of her story--like the 13-week ocean passage--also clearly show
that her family went to Wisconsin, not Iowa," Rodda says. "She couldn't
have known those things without knowing that the whole premise of her
speech was a lie."
You can read the whole of Rodda's excellent historical fact-checking here. (Michele Bachmann fakes her own family's history.)
Thank you, 2M, and please don't pay attention to the tales manufactured by the midget naturalists from Chappaqua by way of Little Rock, Yale and Georgetown.
Over in the center ring is the really big shew, friends, the one you've been waiting for.
Yes, watch Midget Rick Perry (MRP) shadow box with midget naturalist Karl Rove as he seeks to knock his new candidacy, ever faithful in doing the midget of the previous caesar, Georgii Bushus Ignoramus, who doesn't cotton to MRP's not towing the entire Bushie line.
Yes, watch Midget Karl, one of the masterminds of the "global war on terror" and the unjust, immoral American invasion and occupation of Iraq which destabilized that nation, which is of yet undergoing attacks unleashed by terror squads who are killing more people annually than Saddam Hussein (see Dozens of Attacks in Iraq's Deadliest Day of Year), beg and plead with New Jersey Governor Christopher Christie and the completely pro-abortion Rudolph William Giuliani and United States Representative Paul Ryan (R-Wisconsin) to blunt MRP to satisfy Georgii Bushus Ignoramus. Yes, watch Midget Karl call out for you, right here under the big top of the World Famous Circus of Midget Naturalists, to run against MRP so that you might be more successful than his handpicked stooge, United States Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-Texas), was last year in her primary challenge to Perry's renomination for another term as Governor of the State of Texas.
See the "pro-life," "pro-family" "Christian," a member of scores of heretical sects in the State of Texas, a man who supports the murderous policies of the State of Israel, perform amazing feats of flips and flops as he attempts to explain why he used an executive order, overturned by the state legislature that sought to impose a mandatory program (with an "opt-out" he was so charitably willing to provide) to vaccinate all teenage girls against a certain disease transmitted by unchaste behavior:
Rick Perry's home state papers have been thoroughly going over their
governor's record, introducing the official they've known for decades as
he starts to introduce himself to the nation.
With that in mind, the Texas Tribune's Jay Root does a deeper dive on Perry's comments at last weekend's New Hampshire house party about a
controversial decision he made as governor that could ring poorly with
conservatives - a mandatory vaccination for girls to prevent the HPV
What he said Saturday was, "I signed an executive
order that allowed for an opt-out, but the fact of the matter is that I
didn’t do my research well enough to understand that we needed to have a
substantial conversation with our citizenry. But here’s what I learned:
When you get too far out in front of the parade, they will let you
know, and that’s exactly what our Legislature did, and I saluted it and I
said, 'Roger that, I hear you loud and clear.' And they didn’t want to
do it and we don’t, so enough said.”
Until now, Perry never yielded to opponents who said he
should have handled the issue differently rather than through a
unilateral executive order. U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison tried to make
it an issue in her gubernatorial campaign to unseat him in 2010. In a
January 2010 debate, Perry defended his decision to issue the executive
order. It was not a mistake — “no sir, not from my position,” he said.
“I stand proudly by my pro-life position.”
Later, in a September 2010 interview after an East Texas
gubernatorial campaign swing, Perry was still sticking to his guns that
his decision to issue the executive order was the right thing to do.
“Let me tell you why it wasn’t a bad idea: Even though that was the
result I was looking for, and that becoming the standard procedure for
protecting young women against this very heinous deadly dreadful
disease, it caused a national debate,” Perry said. “I knew I was going
to take a political hit … at the end of the day, I did what was right
from my perspective, and I did something that saved people’s lives and,
you know, that’s a big deal.” (Perry's new stand on HPV vaccine.)
Religious conservatives in Texas were stunned in 2007 when
Republican Rick Perry became the first governor in the country to order
young girls to get a vaccine against a sexually transmitted virus that
can cause cervical cancer.
The vaccine would encourage promiscuity, according to many
conservatives, who had long supported Perry’s views against abortion and
It soon emerged that Perry was close to one of the lobbyists who was
pushing for the order and who worked for the vaccine’s New Jersey-based
manufacturer. That lobbyist, Mike Toomey, had served as Perry’s chief of
staff and has since helped found a super PAC aimed at boosting Perry’s bid for the presidency.
Now Perry, who long defended the vaccine mandate, has reversed his position on the issue as he launches his GOP presidential bid, calling the order “a mistake” and saying he agrees with the Texas legislature’s decision to overturn it.
fact of the matter is that I didn’t do my research well enough to
understand that we needed to have a substantial conversation with our
citizenry,” Perry told reporters on the campaign trail over the weekend.
episode illustrates the difficulties Perry could face in navigating
competing Republican interest groups, and it resurrects allegations of
cronyism that have dogged the Texas executive throughout his political
“At the time that he did this, it just had everybody
scratching their heads,” said Andrew Wheat, research director at Texans
for Public Justice, an Austin-based watchdog group that has frequently
locked horns with Perry. “He wasn’t known as a crusader for women’s
health. There’s no explanation that seems to make sense other than that
Toomey’s got his ear and he got Perry to do this favor for him.”
campaign spokesman Mark Miner dismissed the criticism. “Governor Perry
has always stood on the side of protecting life, and that is what this
issue was about,” he said Tuesday. “These allegations are false and have
The vaccine in question, Merck’s Gardasil, protects
against the human papillomavirus, or HPV, the most common sexually
transmitted infection. HPV causes genital warts and can lead to cervical
cancer, a disease that strikes about 10,000 American women a year and
kills about 3,700.
The federal government approved Gardasil in
June 2006, and medical authorities began recommending that all girls get
the shots at ages 11 and 12, before they are likely to be sexually
active. Boys have since been added to the recommendations as well.
launched a multimillion-dollar lobbying and marketing effort to
encourage that the vaccine — priced at about $360 for an entire
treatment — be made mandatory for schoolgirls. But anti-vaccination
groups and many religious conservatives pushed back, citing health and morality concerns, while Merck came under fire for its aggressive tactics.
the end, only Virginia and the District of Columbia made the vaccine
mandatory, according to Alexandra Stewart, an assistant professor of
health policy at George Washington University. “Social conservatives
really objected to it, and it has gotten caught up in all these other
issues,” said Stewart, who supports use of the vaccine.
one of Merck’s lobbyists in 2007 was Toomey, who is also co-founder of
the Make Us Great Again super PAC, formed this month to collect and
spend unlimited money in support of Perry’s campaign. Merck and Toomey
did not respond to requests for comment Tuesday.
Merck gave Perry a
$6,000 contribution when the issue was being discussed in the
governor’s mansion, and it supported a women’s legislators group that
pushed for the vaccine as well, according to Texas news reports.
and some Republicans have frequently criticized Perry’s role in the
controversy. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-Tex.) singled out the issue as
an example of “cronyism in Austin” during her unsuccessful primary
challenge in the 2010 governor’s race.
“Why did the governor
mandate vaccines for our young daughters?” Hutchison said in one speech.
“It was because there were lobbyists that were first, not the people of
Until this past week, Perry has staunchly defended the
vaccine decision, casting it as a “pro-life” attempt to protect women’s
health and disparaging objections from social conservatives. At a
defiant news conference in May 2007, Perry chastised legislators for
overturning the order; he was flanked by several women who had
contracted the virus, including one who had been raped.
challenge legislators to look these women in the eyes and tell them, ‘We
could have prevented this disease for your daughters and
granddaughters, but we just didn’t have the gumption to address all the
misguided and misleading political rhetoric,’ ” Perry said at the time. (Rick Perry reverses himself, calls HPV vaccine mandate a 'mistake.)
Watch desperate "conservatives" attached to structures of the counterfeit church of conciliarism spin MRP as a pro-life hero for signing "informed consent" and "parental consent" bills into law even though no one can give his consent to directly kill any human being, no less one's own child or grandchild.
Yes, step right this way for the greatest show in earth.
Have you enjoyed today's performance? We know you would have liked to seen MNN, Midget Naturalist Newt, perform his Yogi "Smarter than the Average Bear" tricks for you all. Having paid back his $1,000,000 credit line at Tiffany's to satisfy his third wife, MNN is off to Hawaii to pay his respects at the grave of the late Jack Lord, after which he can relax with his wife after a grueling three months under the big top here in Iowa following his return from Greece, to which he fled after most of his staff resigned in protest of the disorganization of his campaign and his wife's incessant interference in it. Aloha, Midget Newt, hope that Steve Garrett doesn't tell Danno to book ya!
One final word of advice to you as you leave the big top of the Circus of Midget Naturalists.
You might encounter a crazy man who used to dress up in a white hat and black mask at Shea Stadium. This wacko nut job, a man who is hated by all manner of co-religionists, including what they call "traditional" Catholics, is going to try to hand out literature to you from his little-read website. Pay no attention to him. I know you're not going to give any money. That's a given. Don't read the following excerpt from Pope Leo XIII's Humanum Genus, April 20, 1884, that he will seek to give you:
But the naturalists go much further; for, having, in
the highest things, entered upon a wholly erroneous course, they are
carried headlong to extremes, either by reason of the weakness of human
nature, or because God inflicts upon them the just punishment of their
pride. Hence it happens that they no longer consider as certain
and permanent those things which are fully understood by the natural
light of reason, such as certainly are -- the existence of God, the
immaterial nature of the human soul, and its immortality. The sect of
the Freemasons, by a similar course of error, is exposed to these same
dangers; for, although in a general way they may profess the existence
of God, they themselves are witnesses that they do not all maintain this
truth with the full assent of the mind or with a firm conviction.
Neither do they conceal that this question about God is the greatest
source and cause of discords among them; in fact, it is certain that a
considerable contention about this same subject has existed among them
very lately. But, indeed, the sect allows great liberty to its votaries,
so that to each side is given the right to defend its own opinion,
either that there is a God, or that there is none; and those who
obstinately contend that there is no God are as easily initiated as
those who contend that God exists, though, like the pantheists, they
have false notions concerning Him: all which is nothing else than taking
away the reality, while retaining some absurd representation of the
When this greatest fundamental truth has been
overturned or weakened, it follows that those truths, also, which are
known by the teaching of nature must begin to fall -- namely, that all
things were made by the free will of God the Creator; that the world is
governed by Providence; that souls do not die; that to this life of men
upon the earth there will succeed another and an everlasting life.
When these truths are done away with, which are as
the principles of nature and important for knowledge and for practical
use, it is easy to see what will become of both public and private
morality. We say nothing of those more heavenly virtues, which no one
can exercise or even acquire without a special gift and grace of God; of
which necessarily no trace can be found in those who reject as unknown
the redemption of mankind, the grace of God, the sacraments, and the
happiness to be obtained in heaven. We speak now of the duties which
have their origin in natural probity. That God is the Creator of the
world and its provident Ruler; that the eternal law commands the natural
order to be maintained, and forbids that it be disturbed; that the last
end of men is a destiny far above human things and beyond this
sojourning upon the earth: these are the sources and these the
principles of all justice and morality.
If these be taken away, as the naturalists
and Freemasons desire, there will immediately be no knowledge as to what
constitutes justice and injustice, or upon what principle morality is
founded. And, in truth, the teaching of morality which alone finds favor
with the sect of Freemasons, and in which they contend that youth
should be instructed, is that which they call "civil," and
"independent," and "free," namely, that which does not contain any
religious belief. But, how insufficient such teaching is, how
wanting in soundness, and how easily moved by every impulse of passion,
is sufficiently proved by its sad fruits, which have already begun to
appear. For, wherever, by removing Christian education, this teaching
has begun more completely to rule, there goodness and integrity of
morals have begun quickly to perish, monstrous and shameful opinions
have grown up, and the audacity of evil deeds has risen to a high
degree. All this is commonly complained of and deplored; and not a few
of those who by no means wish to do so are compelled by abundant
evidence to give not infrequently the same testimony.
Moreover, human nature was stained by original
sin, and is therefore more disposed to vice than to virtue. For a
virtuous life it is absolutely necessary to restrain the disorderly
movements of the soul, and to make the passions obedient to reason. In
this conflict human things must very often be despised, and the greatest
labors and hardships must be undergone, in order that reason may always
hold its sway. But the naturalists and Freemasons, having no faith in
those things which we have learned by the revelation of God, deny that
our first parents sinned, and consequently think that free will is not
at all weakened and inclined to evil. On the contrary, exaggerating
rather the power and the excellence of nature, and placing therein alone
the principle and rule of justice, they cannot even imagine that there
is any need at all of a constant struggle and a perfect steadfastness to
overcome the violence and rule of our passions.
Wherefore we see that men are publicly
tempted by the many allurements of pleasure; that there are journals and
pamphlets with neither moderation nor shame; that stage-plays are
remarkable for license; that designs for works of art are shamelessly
sought in the laws of a so-called verism; that the contrivances of a
soft and delicate life are most carefully devised; and that all the
blandishments of pleasure are diligently sought out by which virtue may
be lulled to sleep. Wickedly, also, but at the same time quite
consistently, do those act who do away with the expectation of the joys
of heaven, and bring down all happiness to the level of mortality, and,
as it were, sink it in the earth. Of what We have said the following
fact, astonishing not so much in itself as in its open expression, may
serve as a confirmation. For, since generally no one is accustomed to
obey crafty and clever men so submissively as those whose soul is
weakened and broken down by the domination of the passions, there have
been in the sect of the Freemasons some who have plainly determined and
proposed that, artfully and of set purpose, the multitude should be
satiated with a boundless license of vice, as, when this had been done,
it would easily come under their power and authority for any acts of
What refers to domestic life in the teaching of the
naturalists is almost all contained in the following declarations: that
marriage belongs to the genus of commercial contracts, which can
rightly be revoked by the will of those who made them, and that the
civil rulers of the State have power over the matrimonial bond; that in
the education of youth nothing is to be taught in the matter of religion
as of certain and fixed opinion; and each one must be left at liberty
to follow, when he comes of age, whatever he may prefer. To these things
the Freemasons fully assent; and not only assent, but have long
endeavored to make them into a law and institution. For in many
countries, and those nominally Catholic, it is enacted that no marriages
shall be considered lawful except those contracted by the civil rite;
in other places the law permits divorce; and in others every effort is
used to make it lawful as soon as may be. Thus, the time is quickly
coming when marriages will be turned into another kind of contract --
that is into changeable and uncertain unions which fancy may join
together, and which the same when changed may disunite.
With the greatest unanimity the sect of the
Freemasons also endeavors to take to itself the education of youth. They
think that they can easily mold to their opinions that soft and pliant
age, and bend it whither they will; and that nothing can be more fitted
than this to enable them to bring up the youth of the State after their
own plan. Therefore, in the education and instruction of children they
allow no share, either of teaching or of discipline, to the ministers of
the Church; and in many places they have procured that the education of
youth shall be exclusively in the hands of laymen, and that nothing
which treats of the most important and most holy duties of men to God
shall be introduced into the instructions on morals.
Then come their doctrines of politics, in which the
naturalists lay down that all men have the same right, and are in every
respect of equal and like condition; that each one is naturally free;
that no one has the right to command another; that it is an act of
violence to require men to obey any authority other than that which is
obtained from themselves. According to this, therefore, all things
belong to the free people; power is held by the command or permission of
the people, so that, when the popular will changes, rulers may lawfully
be deposed and the source of all rights and civil duties is either in
the multitude or in the governing authority when this is constituted
according to the latest doctrines. It is held also that the
State should be without God; that in the various forms of religion there
is no reason why one should have precedence of another; and that they
are all to occupy the same place.
That these doctrines are equally acceptable to the
Freemasons, and that they would wish to constitute States according to
this example and model, is too well known to require proof. For some
time past they have openly endeavored to bring this about with all their
strength and resources; and in this they prepare the way for not a few
bolder men who are hurrying on even to worse things, in their endeavor
to obtain equality and community of all goods by the destruction of
every distinction of rank and property.
What, therefore, sect of the Freemasons is, and
what course it pursues, appears sufficiently from the summary We have
briefly given. Their chief dogmas are so greatly and manifestly at
variance with reason that nothing can be more perverse. To wish to
destroy the religion and the Church which God Himself has established,
and whose perpetuity He insures by His protection, and to bring back
after a lapse of eighteen centuries the manners and customs of the
pagans, is signal folly and audacious impiety. Neither is it less
horrible nor more tolerable that they should repudiate the benefits
which Jesus Christ so mercifully obtained, not only for individuals, but
also for the family and for civil society, benefits which, even
according to the judgment and testimony of enemies of Christianity, are
very great. In this insane and wicked endeavor we may almost see the
implacable hatred and spirit of revenge with which Satan himself is
inflamed against Jesus Christ. -- So also the studious endeavor of the
Freemasons to destroy the chief foundations of justice and honesty, and
to co-operate with those who would wish, as if they were mere animals,
to do what they please, tends only to the ignominious and disgraceful
ruin of the human race.
The evil, too, is increased by the dangers which
threaten both domestic and civil society. As We have elsewhere shown, in
marriage, according to the belief of almost every nation, there is
something sacred and religious; and the law of God has determined that
marriages shall not be dissolved. If they are deprived of their sacred
character, and made dissoluble, trouble and confusion in the family will
be the result, the wife being deprived of her dignity and the children
left without protection as to their interests and well being. -- To have in public matters no care for religion, and in the arrangement
and administration of civil affairs to have no more regard for God than
if He did not exist, is a rashness unknown to the very pagans; for in
their heart and soul the notion of a divinity and the need of public
religion were so firmly fixed that they would have thought it easier to
have city without foundation than a city without God. Human society,
indeed for which by nature we are formed, has been constituted by God
the Author of nature; and from Him, as from their principle and source,
flow in all their strength and permanence the countless benefits with
which society abounds. As we are each of us admonished by the very voice
of nature to worship God in piety and holiness, as the Giver unto us of
life and of all that is good therein, so also and for the same reason,
nations and States are bound to worship Him; and therefore it is clear
that those who would absolve society from all religious duty act not
only unjustly but also with ignorance and folly. . . .
Would that all men would judge of the tree by its
fruit, and would acknowledge the seed and origin of the evils which
press upon us, and of the dangers that are impending! We have to deal
with a deceitful and crafty enemy, who, gratifying the ears of people
and of princes, has ensnared them by smooth speeches and by adulation. Ingratiating
themselves with rulers under a pretense of friendship, the Freemasons
have endeavored to make them their allies and powerful helpers for the
destruction of the Christian name; and that they might more strongly
urge them on, they have, with determined calumny, accused the Church of
invidiously contending with rulers in matters that affect their
authority and sovereign power. Having, by these artifices, insured their
own safety and audacity, they have begun to exercise great weight in
the government of States: but nevertheless they are prepared to
shake the foundations of empires, to harass the rulers of the State, to
accuse, and to cast them out, as often as they appear to govern
otherwise than they themselves could have wished. In like manner, they
have by flattery deluded the people. Proclaiming with a loud voice
liberty and public prosperity, and saying that it was owing to the
Church and to sovereigns that the multitude were not drawn out of their
unjust servitude and poverty, they have imposed upon the people, and,
exciting them by a thirst for novelty, they have urged them to assail
both the Church and the civil power. Nevertheless, the
expectation of the benefits which was hoped for is greater than the
reality; indeed, the common people, more oppressed than they were
before, are deprived in their misery of that solace which, if things had
been arranged in a Christian manner, they would have had with ease and
in abundance. But, whoever strive against the order which Divine
Providence has constituted pay usually the penalty of their pride, and
meet with affliction and misery where they rashly hoped to find all
things prosperous and in conformity with their desires. (Pope Leo XIII, Humanum Genus, April 20, 1884
That's right pay no attention to this man.
Pay no attention to the lies and false philosophical premises and the outright gangsterism that our midget naturalists of the false opposites of the "right" and the "left" perform for you, a gangsterism that this crazy man who is a pariah in academic circles compares to the description the immediate background that resulted in a joyful spirit of camaraderie that historian Paul Johnson, who is really one of us, after all, describes as taking place between the Nazis and the Soviets at the signing of Ribbentrop-Molotov Pact on August 23-24, 1939"
The first of the gangster pacts occurred on 22 May: the 'Pact of Steel' between Hitler and Mussolini. The latter had already swallowed his consternation at Germany's occupation of Prague, used, it as a pretext for his own invasion of Albania on 7 April, and now jointly acknowledged with Hitler that international order had broken had finally broken down and the reign of force had begun. At this stage Hitler was still anxious to stick to his original programme of dismembering Poland first, then using it as a corridor shortly afterwards for a Blitzkrieg against Russia, with Britain observing benevolent neutrality. As late as July he hoped such an outcome was possible. But the news of the arrival of the Anglo-French military mission in Moscow forced his hand, for even the possibility of an Allied deal with Moscow would upset his Polish timetable. He decided to preempt then, and on 20 August sent a telegram to 'Herr J.V. Stalin, Moscow', asking him to receive Ribbentrop [Hitler's foreign minister] three days later. The reply came back within twenty-four hours, revealing Stalin's evident longings. The next day, 22 August, Hitler addressed the High Command at Obersalzberg, According to jottings made by some of those present, he said that the Polish operation could go ahead. They need fear nothing from the West: 'Our opponents are little worms. I saw them in Munich.' He concluded: 'I shall provide the propagandistic pretext for launching the war, no matter whether it is credible. The victor is not asked afterwards whether or not he has told the truth. What matters in beginning and waging the war is not righteous but victory. Close your hearts to pity. Proceed brutally. Eighty million people must obtain what they have a right to. Their existence must be guaranteed. Supreme hardness.' (Paul Johnson, Modern Times: The World from the Twenties to the Nineties, Revised Edition, HarperCollins, 1991, pp 359- 360.)
Pay no attention to the penniless madman who will tell you that this is an exact description of how most American wars began. Pay no attention to this fringe Catholic's telling you that this is exactly how Georgii Bushus Ignoramus started the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and our beloved midget naturalist of the left, Barackus Obamus Ignoramus, has done in Libya.
Pay no attention to the much castigated, ridiculed, scorned and mocked man whom everyone knows is just so full of himself and of the Social Reign of Christ the King that has become obsolete even to the "pope." And, please, pay no attention to his further efforts to compare us to the Nazis and Soviets of 1939:
The deal with Stalin was struck the following night. It was the culmination of a series of contacts between the Soviet and German governments which went right back to the weeks following Lenin's putsch. They had been conducted, according to need, by army experts, secret policemen, diplomats or intermediaries on the fringe of the criminal world. They had been closer at some periods than others but they had never been wholly broken and they had been characterized throughout by total disregard for the ideological principles which either party ostensibly professed a contempt, indeed, for any consideration other than the most brutal mutual interest-the need of each regime to arm, to arrest and kill its opponents, and to oppress its neighbours. For two decades this evil stream of exchanges had flowed underground. Now at last it broke the surface. That night of 23-4 August there was a gruesome junket in the Kremlin. Ribbentrop reported: 'It felt like being among old party comrades.' He was as much at ease in the Kremlin, he added, 'as among my old Nazi friends'. Stalin toasted Hitler and said he 'knew how much the German people loved the Fuhrer'. There were brutal jokes about the Anti-Comintern Pact, now dead, which both sides agreed had been meant simply to impress the City of London and 'English shopkeepers'. There was sudden discovery of a community of aims, methods, manners and, above all, of morals. As the tipsy killers lurched around the room, fumblingly hugging each other, they resembled nothing so much as a congregation of rival gangsters, who had fought each other before, and might do so again, but were essentially in the same racket. (Paul Johnson, Modern Times: The World from the Twenties to the Nineties, Revised Edition, HarperCollins, 1991, p. 360.)
Pay no attention to his efforts to describe us this way or to any effort that he might make to say that this description applies to how some traditional Catholic prelates act when seeking to protect their precious turfs and to discredit their opposition by all means necessary. No, no, ignore this man. Ignore him. He has no credibility. Ignore it.
Pay no attention to his recent articles about us in the Circus of Midget Naturalists (March of the Midget Naturalists and Watch The Midget Naturalists Mud Wrestle). Believe that social order can be built on naturalists, not Catholicism. Believe this. Believe it. If we say it is so, it must be so. Whether it's our midget naturalist performers of the left or of the right, the final goal is the same as we under the big top of the Circus of Midget Naturalism want to give you a Bonanza, different only as to how you will share in the "American dream" on your own Ponderosa, which is, after all, the goal of our lives, is it not?
Pay no attention to his exhortation to pray as many Rosaries each day as your state-in-life permits or to his emphasis on the Mother of God's Fatima Message.
Pay attention to us and our like-minded stooges, the talking heads of radio and television and the internet. It is our naturalism that can save the country, not Catholicism. "Pope" Benedict XVI endorses the modern civil state. Shouldn't you? See all of the fun that we are having?
On the way out of the big top of our Circus of Midget Naturalists, friends, please enjoy the Dance of the Cuckoos and come back again soon to have a heapin' helpin' of our duplicity, lies, that is, ya'll come back now, hear?
Pay no attention to the out of work college professor who is saying:
"The Immaculate Heart of Mary will triumph in the end."
"Vivat Christus Rex! Viva Cristo Rey!"
Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us!
Saint Joseph, Patron of Departing Souls, pray for us.
Saints Peter and Paul, pray for us.
Saint John the Baptist, pray for us.
Saint John the Evangelist, pray for us.
Saint Michael the Archangel, pray for us.
Saint Gabriel the Archangel, pray for us.
Saint Raphael the Archangel, pray for us.
Saints Joachim and Anne, pray for us.
Saints Caspar, Melchior, and Balthasar, pray for us.
Saint Agapitus, pray for us.
See also: A Litany of Saints