Friday, December 11, 2009

News, Links of the Day, Ukrainian Plague, Climategate, Economic Crisis, Coming Third World War, Swine Flu

Forced abortions and one-child-only policies being debated at Copenhagen Climate Conference ~ link ~An article featured in Canada’s Financial Post newspaper calling for China’s draconian one child policy, where woman are kidnapped off the streets, drugged, and forced to undergo compulsory abortions, to be imposed worldwide has been met with widespread hostile reaction, yet such measures are being debated at the United Nations climate summit in Copenhagen. In her editorial published on Tuesday, columnist Diane Francis wrote that, “A planetary law, such as China’s one-child policy, is the only way to reverse the disastrous global birthrate.

"Catastrophic Global Warming", Ecological Brainwashing, and World Government ~ link ~
As soon as the financial top had opted for a lingering crisis, global managers were instructed to work in two major ways: first, to invent a myth about the danger of swine flu pandemic (in order to take control of the national healthcare systems and reorganize the World Health Organization (WHO) into a global healthcare ministry) and impose a threat of global warming to gain control of world natural resources and introduce a unified 'green' tax (alongside with creation of a new sub-national managing body- an international ministry of ecology).

Climategate distracts at Copenhagen ~ link ~
Obama will surely ignore the call. And the Environmental Defense Fund’s Peter Goldmark told POLITICO Wednesday that climategate isn’t coming up in private meetings among nongovernmental organizations in Copenhagen and is not an issue for negotiators.

UN climate chief cashes in on carbon ~ link ~
A story emerging out of Britain suggests "follow the money" may explain the enthusiasm of the United Nations to pursue caps on carbon emissions, despite doubts surfacing in the scientific community about the validity of the underlying global warming hypothesis.

A Mumbai-based Indian multinational conglomerate with business ties to Rajendra K. Pachauri, the chairman since 2002 of the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, or IPCC, stands to make several hundred million dollars in European Union carbon credits simply by closing a steel production facility in Britain with the loss of 1,700 jobs.

Police: Organized crime in charge of EU carbon trade - video ~ link ~ These are lower level criminals. The higher level criminals are the global banking families who are the powers behind the "global warming" fraud.

Proposed Climate Treaty: Wealthy countries would commit to drastically reduce "greenhouse gases" over the next decade ~ link ~ Translation: Based on a bogus science, a new super-government will impose massive burdens on us further destroying our economies.

Protesters Converge on Copenhagen ~ link

Undermining the American People's Right to Privacy: The Secret State's Surveillance Machine ~ link ~
"Follow the money."
And why not. As the interface between state and private criminality, following the money trail is oxygen and combustible fuel for rooting out corruption in high places: indelible signs left behind like toxic tracks by our sociopathic masters.

Is this what we're fighting for? - video ~ link ~ Powerful but sad.

Blackwater guards tied to secret raids by CIA ~ link ~ The criminals in charge of America have turned it into a hellish mix: mercenaries, never ending multiple wars, false flag attacks, growing fascism, largely denuded of our industrial base, new Global Depression, government by-and-for-the-big-banks, etc.

Ukraine in $2.4 billion arms deal with occupied Iraq ~ link

IDF simulates missile attacks and war with Hezbollah and Syria ~ link ~ A big war is coming, it's just a matter of time.

Bibi backs benefits package for settlers ~ link

Syrian ultimatum to Israel over bill that would effectively prevent any return of the Golan Heights ~ link ~ Sounds like another Bibi Netanyahu trick to me.

Jesus banned at White House 'Christmas' ~ link ~ This shows where they are 'coming from' at the White House.

Congressman Ron Paul's "What If" video ~ link ~ Good one!

Corruption is destroying the soul of America ~ link

Indianapolis: Take your minor traffic or parking ticket to court and face a $2500 penalty ~ link ~
Motorists who receive minor parking or traffic tickets in Indianapolis, Indiana are being threatened with fines of up to $2500 if they attempt to take the ticket to court. A local attorney with the firm Roberts and Bishop was so outraged by what he saw in Marion County traffic court that he filed a class action suit yesterday seeking to have the practice banned as unconstitutional.

Now EU wants Global Transaction Tax to fund more bailouts ~ link ~
On the heels of a similar proposal being pushed in Copenhagen in the name of fighting global warming, the European Union has asked the IMF to introduce a global tax on financial transactions in order to fund more bailouts – in other words, the globalists are devising yet more ways to plunder the taxpayer into servitude to the private banks that they own.

Pelosi: US will raise debt ceiling ~ link ~ Taking care of the global banking families. Every dollar in US debt is profit to the families who own and control the Fed.

Senior Australian Senator warns of economic Armageddon if USA defaults on its debt ~ link ~ It could happen.

US Congress tackles vast 'financial overhaul' ~ link ~ Foxes will tackle 'henhouse security' needs.

Corporate insiders sold 82 times more stock than they bought ~ link ~ NOT a good sign.

US Food Stamps go to a record 37.2 million ~ link

Media Mogul Murdoch is a Director of GlaxoSmithKline ~ link ~ Shocking but not surprising (if that makes sense to say in this crazy corrupt world).

D225G and D225N confirmed in fatal Utah H1N1 case ~ link

Time's "Top 10 of Everything of 2009" lists ~ link

UK: No tapped phone calls in Court ~ link

The UK has declared trivial offenses crimes ~ link ~ The rise of the modern fascist British police state under Labour is shocking. It is the beta test for America, EU and the rest of the world for the New World Order.


NASA: Cosmic rays at Space Age high ~ link

The Pope is writing a letter to Irish Catholics on the sex abuse issue ~ link ~ What the Pope should be doing is ending the 800 year old rule of celibacy in the Western Rites of the Catholic Church. There is no dogmatic basis for this rule, it is a man made rule according to the Church.

Arlington National Cementary: Cremated remains dumped in landfill ~ link ~ Somebody needs to get their act together. Arlington National Cemetery was once the estate of some Alexander kinsmen. They sold the place to George Washington for his step-son (who was Martha's grandson) and George (who was allowed to select the final place for the location of the new capital named for him) selected the current site of Washington, DC because his step-son's plantation could overlook the new city. The step-son was named George Washington Curtis. His daughter married a member of the famous Lees of Virginia (Jackie Lee Bouvier Kennedy Onassis was related to them), who was offered command of both the Union and Confederate Armies in the Civil War but chose to fight for Virginia and the Confederacy. The Union started to bury Union soldiers there during the Civil War so that General Robert E. Lee could not return after the war and farm the plantation. The Pentagon sits on some of the plantation's swamp land. The District of Columbia once had two counties within it, Washington County and Alexander County. Alexandria, VA is today located on some of Alexander County, that underwent retrocession to Virginia, when it had not been used for the city of Washington proper in accordance with the original agreement from Virginia and Maryland granting sovereignty over what became the District of Columbia. All of this and much more about my extended Alexanders in North America is covered in my book, CASH FOR PEERAGES: THE SMOKING GUN ~ link

Jazz video with McCoy Tyner ~ link

7 comments:

Br. Anthony, T.O.S.F. said...

"What the Pope should be doing is ending the 800 year old rule of celibacy in the Western Rites of the Catholic Church. There is no dogmatic basis for this rule, it is a man made rule according to the Church.'

I don't agree. What you are proposing will do absolutely nothing to increase vocations. It will actually do the opposite. Look at the Anglicans (of course they are simply laymen).

Lord Stirling said...

Sorry Brother Anthony, but the Anglicans have lost the Christian faith and are following some strange liberal nonsense. It is a fact that St. Peter was married, as were most of the early Popes and bishops and priests and deacons. Celibacy was not promoted by Christ as something He wanted His followers to copy. We have have a nightmare in the current Church because so many have failed to follow Christ. Satan uses any point of weakness to attack us. Celibacy, for all the hype and BS that has been written in support of it, is simply a man made rule that has come late in the Church and does not follow what St. Paul says of bishops/priest/deacons in the Bible. Just because it has been done for centuries does not mean it is right....the Church is almost 2,000 years old. It is necessary to be both a theologian and a historian to understand this. What has happened in the Church with sex abuse of children, and with such a high percentage of religious as homosexuals is deeply offensive to God. Many good men turn away from vocations after visiting seminaries and seeing the gays on campus. We need to get back to that dogma that Christ instituted, and not blindly follow some man made rule just because it is a few centuries old and some people write volumes supporting it. You are a good person and I respect your views, but I disagree with you.

Yours in Christ,

Tim Earl of Stirling

Br. Anthony, T.O.S.F. said...

If you are suggesting that the cause of the sexual abuse, homosexuality, etc. within the clergy is celibacy, then you are incorrect. Sexual abuse, homosexuality, etc. exists even in Christian sects that do have married pastors - and to an even higher degree. Rather, the cause of this disease within the clergy is the infiltration into the Church of Freemasons, Communists, pedophiles, and homosexuals.

History is not on your side because the scandals we see today are a recent phenomenom. Celibacy has been in the Church for centuries and rightly so. Just before Vatican II, for example, the seminaries were flourishing with vocations. Then Vatican II adapted to the modern world and all its perversions. Hence we see what we have today.

Celibacy is superior to the married state for both men (priests) and women (nuns). St. Paul states:

"But I would have you to be without solicitude. He that is without a wife is solicitous for the things that belong to the Lord, how he may please God. But he that is with a wife, is solicitous for the things of the world, how he may please his wife: and he is divided. And the unmarried woman and the virgin thinketh on the things of the Lord, that she may be holy both in body and spirit. But she that is married thinketh on the things of this world how she may please her husband. And this I speak for your profit, not to cast a snare upon you, but for that which is decent and which may give you power to attend upon the Lord without impediment."
(1 Corinthians 7:7-8 and 32-35)

Your desire to end celibacy will further laicize the priesthood than it is today..

Lord Stirling said...

Brother Anthony, St. Paul also said that if a man cannot manage his children he should not be elected a bishop and that bishops should be married to but one woman, and that priests and deacons should be married but to one woman. Celibacy is abnormal. It may have been right for Jesus as He is God but for the rest of us it is an abnormal state that should not be considered some religious desirable state. That is BS used to support an old rule largely meant to preserve Church property centuries ago.

God Bless you.

Stirling

Br. Anthony, T.O.S.F. said...

Lord Stirling,

Please show me in the Bible where St. Paul said these things and even if he did, he was probably speaking to the early Church where the idea of celibate clergy was a new phenomenom. The early Church encouraged celibacy because of the intimate union that exists between Christ and the priest - a union which did not exist between an Old Testament priest and God because of the difference in the sacrifices that were offered. As the celebrant of the greatest act on earth, the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, this union is weakened by marriage. It is made less pure and less intense. Celibacy offers the greatest act one can offer to God (outside of the Mass), that is, a complete oblation of oneself to Jesus Christ.

The idea that celibacy for centuries upon centuries was imposed by the Church to protect Her property is silly and a diminuition of the greatness of the priesthood and total consecration to God.

Lord Stirling said...

Brother Anthony, you should read 1 Con 9:5, 1 Cor 7:2, 1 Tim 4:1-2, 1 Tim 3:1-4, 1 Tim 3:12, Tit 1:5-6, 1 Cor 7:6-9, Matthew 8:14, Mark 1:30, Luke 4:38. You should know that at least 39 Popes were married and that there were countless married bishops, priests, and deacons for almost 1,200 years in the Church (and almost 2,000 years in the Eastern Church for priests and deacons). I would also refer you to a site www.trosch.org/the/priests-marry.html ~ while I don't begin to agree with all of this site, it does have a moderately good overview of the history of celibacy and reasons therefor. As I said before, you have to understand history as well as theology to understand this issue. That you think a Mass is somehow made less pure and less intense because the priest is married is shocking. The priest is not the center of the Divine Liturgy, Jesus is.

I respect your views but like so many other traditionalists, you have a tendency to pick and chose what part of tradition and history that you chose to follow. I really doubt that all those married priests for 1,200/2,000 years were somehow less the priest because they had wives and even had sex with their wives. Sex within marriage is not wrong and does not make the married person less pure or whatever. If you think that it does you need to re-screw you head on as you have bought into a really strange view of God's creation. I will not continue this discussion.

Yours in Christ,

Stirling

Br. Anthony, T.O.S.F. said...

"That you think a Mass is somehow made less pure and less intense because the priest is married is shocking."

First of all, I was not referring to the Mass, but the union between priest and Christ. What is shocking is that you believe that the main reason why the Church pushed celibacy is to protect Her property. This is offensive to pious ears!

Secondly, I know that it is not a sin for a man, with ecclesiastical permission, to be a priest and be married. I am not talking about sin here; rather, I am speaking about degrees of perfection. The Blessed Virgin Mary is the most perfect of God's creatures, but She is not the only saint in heaven. Likewise, the celibate life is a more perfect consecration to God than the married state. Of this there is no doubt. The Church has preserved this truth since the beginning. Did not St. Peter leave his family behind when he followed Christ?

I respect your views but like so many other traditionalists, you have a tendency to pick and chose what part of tradition and history that you chose to follow.

As a Traditionalist, I am well aware of many of the practices that the Church eliminated over the course of time. For example, Holy Communion in the hand was practiced by the early Church, but over time this practice was eliminated as the Church matured and cut out practices that were not the most conducive to reverence and piety. The fact that Holy Communion in the hand was introduced back after Vatican II in no way makes it a better practice now than it was then. As a matter of fact, it has resulted in a loss of belief in the Real Presence in the Eucharist. A married priesthood can only follow the same path in this day in age.

If you think that introducing married priests will help solve the problems of the number of vocations, reduce sex abuse, etc., then you are dead wrong! It is the world that is the problem and not the traditional practices of the Church. It is the world that must adapt its ways to the Church and not the other way around. One only needs to look at traditonal seminaries such as those of the Society of St. Pius X to see that their houses are overflowing with seminarians. One only needs to look at the seminaries prior to Vatican II to see the abundance of men who desired to be priests. Vatican II changed all that by destroying faith, reverence, and hope in the priesthood. Your solution will only make matters worse.

God bless.