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Massive German bishops scandal – owned porn publishing company November 1, 2011

Posted by Tantumblogo in asshatery, Basics, disaster, episcopate, General Catholic, horror, scandals, sickness.
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Those structures that were condemned by Pope Benedict, and which I’d like to see blown up.  This is what I mean.  The German bishop’s conference were 100% owners of a company that sold over 2500 porn titles.  They were warned for years.  They did nothing.  The scandal is immense.  Fr. George David Byers has offered to burn all their souls in hell:

After ten years of being internally warned by faithful Catholics, including in a 70-page dossier sent to all of Germany’s main bishops, the scandal of the German bishops’ ownership of a publishing company that sells a large volume of porn has hit the mainstream media. 

Last week the mainstream media outed the fact that the German bishops are 100% owners of one of the most profitable book companies in Germany.  The huge company, in addition to offering many religious and other ethical books and items, also peddles 2500 porn titles and additional books highly offensive to Christian principles. 

A spokesman for the bishops promised immediate corrective action. However, the false pretense of ignorance about the situation has only served to add to the scandal, especially for faithful Catholics who were treated with silence and even disdain when they repeatedly attempted for years to bring the scandal to an end out of public view.

WELTBILD, is the second largest bookselling company in Germany. It is wholly owned by the German bishops and has a $1.7 billion annual turnover.  Its 2,500 porn titles (with covers too sexually explicit to reproduce) include perverse sexual fantasy of every type. WELTBILD also sells books promoting Satanism, the occult, esoterism, and anti-Christian atheist propaganda.

More than that, the bishops are also 50% owners in another company – Ver-lagsgruppe Droemer Knaur – which actually produces the pornographic novels.

German Catholic author Gabriele Kuby, who has for years pointed out to bishops various shortcomings in the Catholic Church in her nation, said that the worst thing about the current public scandal is the hypocrisy. 

The faithful in Germany have been trying for over 10 years to get this “oversight” corrected.  What a laugh – oversight.  The bishops knew to a man what was going on, and chose to preach chastity and sell pornography.  As if the Church had a pathetic enough standing in Germany, now it gets this.  No wonder there is essentially no Church left there, with shepherds such as this it takes a major act of Grace  just to stay in communion with the Church.  Here we have the bishops of a major country being purveyors of sin, helping to destroy souls.  It is abominable.  They deserve what they will get.  Here’s some more from Fr. Byers:

Oh, and, by the way, burning at the stake is within the purview of the present Code of Canon Law of the Church. It fits under a “just penalty.” Is burning at the stake too much for leading tens of millions of people into sin. No. Is it too romanticized, to Middleagey for our day? No.

Just remember the logic of the Lord’s comments to Tyre and Sidon about Sodom and Gomorrah, and the conversation God had with Abraham about whether these rape-everyone-continuously towns should or should not be destroyed by brimstone and fire. The logic is that in the their destruction, at least some were saved in repentence. Perhaps some of the bishops would be saved in their repentance if they were burned at the stake. Otherwise, all of those responsible might just go straight to hell.

Sorry for the rant. But I’ve just seen too much of this truly damnable hypocrisy.

Me, too, brother.

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1. Woody - November 1, 2011

Is it just another coincidence or is this more fruit of Vatican II? What year and where did these guys go to seminary?

tantamergo - November 2, 2011

Have you read the Rhine flows into the Tiber? Vatican II was dominated by the periti from Germany and, to a lesser extent, France. Our good Pope was one of those periti, which is why he’ll never allow a re-evaluation of Vatican II. Yes, this is fruit of VII. But the collapse of the Church in Germany began well before VII, and dates back to the Kulturkampf and the subsequent protestantization of the Church in Germany and the Low Countries.

I so wish that VII had been delayed 20 years. Had it, the results would have been radically different, for the ostensible “ascendency” of protestantism that transfixed the Council would have been revealed for the total falsity it always was.


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