Thursday, September 7, 2017

Professional Catholic Cancer Bill Donohue Attacks Steve Banon



Edit: professional Catholics are the worst of the worst and anyone who's been around this site for more than a few years knows that we really despise Bill Donohue. Like an inner-city youth leader defending the crimes of local "youth", he's on the scene to defend his constituents, no matter what evil they've perpetuated, he'll jump to their defense. Instead of attacking the people pointing out how the Bishops hate their host nations, despise the West, despise the Catholic Faith, why not defend the Catholic Faith, instead, even though it's not as lucrative...

Steve Banon is absolutely correct about the bishops. They are a political extension of the DNC and like the DNC they see their political power enhanced by the invasion of immigrants. This is manifestly true and it's the mission of Pro-Catholics like Donohue to keep the laity from seeing this obvious fact.


[Catholic League] Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on a remark made by Steve Bannon that will air on “60 Minutes” on Sunday:

There is nothing wrong about criticizing the bishops for any position they take on public policy, though when invidious motives are ascribed to them, such conjecture is unacceptable. That is what Steve Bannon has done with regard to their statements on immigration.

It is certainly true that most of the bishops promote a liberal position on illegal immigration. That is open to fair criticism, but to say that their motive is to “fill the churches” is inaccurate and unfair. Indeed, it feeds the worst impulses of anti-Catholics. The bishops are making their case based on their compassion for the dispossessed.

Link to Pro-Catholic Website... Notice how these leftist journalists are practically jumping to the defense of the Catholic Church. And he's a boomer.

AMDG

17 comments:

  1. I too believe that this is based on compassion on the part of the bishops. However, there is no doubt in my mind that P Francis has a political agenda based on the dialectic and the creation of a one world government with no borders.

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  2. Once upon a time, way back when I was naïve, I considered the motive was to fill the churches, with either native born Americans or newcomers, legal or otherwise.
    Now I am older and smarter, and I now know that the Bishops are getting MILLIONS, paid for by the government put into place by Barack Obama, to take in immigrants, or in the case of Europe, replacements, and thereby reap a financial windfall. They...are...getting...millions.
    So look, they take in lots of money, to make up for the loss of revenue from Catholics who have vaporized. So they don't have to care or listen to the unhappy Catholics, they take in huge amounts of money, and make the pope happy! Win-win-win!
    That the West is disappearing, in Europe, that cannot be disputed. We all know the data now, about mosques, churches, attacks, and rapes. We know about female genital mutilation, and how women often can't even walk to the corner store now without being sexually harassed or threatened. We've seen the pictures.
    But does this bother the pope or bishops? NOOOooo...It does not. These are ignorable trifles, and their response is to gear up for another reminder about how we are to be either merciful, welcoming, tolerant, blah blah blah, and how this is what our "Holy Father" wants. In our state, our CT bishop recently put this in the diocesan paper, that immigrants who find themselves in danger of deportation "do not have to open their doors" to ICE agents.
    So now our bishops are instructing illegal immigrants to refuse to comply with the law. This is what it's come to.
    I once supported the Catholic League. I once supported our Bishops, our Cardinals, and our pope. But if this is what they are about now, and all indications is, they are, our family wants no part of this, and we refuse to financially support it.
    (not that we'll be missed, thanks to the funds our bishops are now getting for bringing in our replacements).

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    1. You are right, Kathleen. I suspect the horror we are witnessing in Europe is orchestrated at higher levels and the traitorous bishops and cardinals are merely puppets. Just listen to Cardinal Voelki of Cologne with his insane talk about the benefits of islam and the need to bring more muslims into his city and Germany. The leaders of most Christian Churches are all singing from the same UN scripted hymn book. The drive is to destroy the indigenous people of Europe and create a borderless world united in degradation, misery and filth.
      G.

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  3. Another outbreak of canabalism

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  4. Yeah, it's "anti-Catholic" to attribute greed motive to the bishops, but Donohue due to his own greed motive ($500,000 annual salary) will attribute an altruistic motive to these sodomite, pedophile, baby murdering, communist perverts: "The bishops are making their case based on their compassion for the dispossessed."

    See how much money USCCB gets paid by US taxpayers to "resettle" refugees (they're prolly paying the Latin American bishops to dispossess them (compassion indeed!):
    2008-$92million;
    2009-$127 million;
    2010-$147 million;
    2011-$220 million;
    2012-$380 million
    2013-$360 million
    2014-$551 million
    2015-$145 million
    Total $2 billion+
    http://capitalresearch.org/app/uploads/Table2.jpg
    https://capitalresearch.org/article/refugee-resettlement-the-lucrative-business-of-serving-immigrants/

    https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/follow-the-usccb-money-trail-to-understand-bishops-silence-on-hillary

    Bill Donohue, head of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, makes a salary approaching $500,000 a year. In 2013, according to the media blog jimromenesko.com, Donohue took home compensation to the tune of $474, 876. That was 2013. Who knows how much he has pulled down in 2015?

    https://www.churchmilitant.com/news/article/bill-donohue-cardinal-wuerls-high-priced-hit-man

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  5. Republican-rite Catholicism is dead. Deo Gratias.

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  6. Just wondering: If you "really despise Bill Donohue", why does this "Link to Pro-Catholic Website..." (sic) connect to the website of the Catholic League? I thought it linked to another site like the American Catholic Lawyers Association.

    (Personally, I'd love to meet Bill Donohue one day.)

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  7. If Bannon is correct (and I believe he probably is) the USCCB "bishops" are no better than the German "bishops" in securing their kirchensteuer.

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    1. It's essentially the same arrangement with different constitutional mechanisms.

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  8. Maybe we should refer to Catholics in the mold of Donohue,Wuerl,Dolan,etc.,as "Establishment Catholics". "Company men" who have forsaken the spiritual for the temporal.

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  9. from the site Restore DC Catholicism:


    "Let's get back to DACA and illegal immigration in general. If you haven't yet, please read the linked press releases of the USCCB, White House, and DHS. If you noticed the USCCB waxing hysterical, you are quite correct. I won't rehash it all, but the USCCB and Catholic Charities are funded by the feds. Part of that funding has to do with the number of immigrants - including illegal - that they process. The amount of funding is based on headcount! Yes! If the number of illegal immigrants in this country declines, so too does the amount of funding that the Church hierarchy receives. Maybe the USCCB's overly-vaunted concern for "the strangers we must welcome" is not completely altruistic."

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  10. Bill Donohue is a bad egg.

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  11. It's all being 'revealed'. We are now undergoing the separation of the 'sheep from the goats.'

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  12. http://www.usccb.org/news/2017/17-159.cfm
    Our pro-immigration stance is based on fidelity to God's word and honors the American dream. For anyone to suggest that it is out of sordid motives of statistics or financial gain is outrageous and insulting."

    Outrageous and insulting ? But they're not saying it's incorrect.

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