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Culture rapidly demanding open assent of moral perversion, rather than accepting silent dissent July 1, 2014

Posted by Tantumblogo in Basics, disaster, error, foolishness, General Catholic, Holy suffering, paganism, sadness, scandals, secularism, self-serving, sickness, Society, Spiritual Warfare.
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There is a disturbing item at a blog I rarely read, describing how corporations are moving to require open, avowed support from their employees of the radical sodomite agenda.  The questions presented by a major public bank are beyond troubling, they indicate that full-on persecution may already be beginning:

I’ve worked at Chase for the past 11 years. Yearly (sometimes skipping a year though) the bank will send out an Employee Survey to gauge how the employees feel about the bank and the management team they report up to. Every year that’s all the questions ever related to: the bank in general and management. But this year there was a question that had many of us scratching our heads.

This is a company wide survey. All lines of business have the same survey. There was a question where it said to check the boxes that were applicable to you. You could select one, more than one, or none. Here it is:

Are you: 1) A person with disabilities; 2) A person with children with disabilities; 3) A person with a spouse/domestic partner with disabilities; 4) A member of the LGBT community.

I thought 4 was a little oddly placed, but oh well. It was the next option that pulled the needle off the record:

5) An ally of the LGBT community, but not personally identifying as LGBT.  [Perhaps, while we still have the means, now is a good time to pressure Chase, demanding to know why on earth they would ask such an invasive and leading question.  There have been reports of those fallen into the sins of Sodom and Gomorrah either running amok at corporations, or being given a free hand, to do these kinds of things. The person who implemented the 50 ridiculous gender flavors at Facebook apparently did so on their own initiative, and is in fact a very sexually confused person.]

What?! What kind of question was that? An “ally” of that community? What’s the
alternative if you don’t select that option? You’re not a ally of the LGBT
community?

This survey wasn’t anonymous.[That’s huge] You had to enter your employee ID. With the way things are going and the fact that LGBT rights are being viewed as pretty much tantamount to the civil rights movement of the mid 50s to late 60s, not selecting that option is essentially saying “I’m not an ally of civil rights”; which is a vague way to say “I’m a bigot.” The worry among many of us is that those who didn’t select that poorly placed, irrelevant option will be placed on the “you can fire these people first” list. 

The message to all employees is perfectly clear:  You are expected to fall into line with the approved and required thinking.  Nothing short of assent is acceptable. Silent dissent will no longer be permitted.  

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Of course not. The sodomite is perverse in mind and act.  Generally speaking, they know they are not normal, at least on some level.  Thus they crave a constantly increasing affirmation from all around them that what they do is right and good, even while the Law of God written on their hearts tells them, maddeningly, that there will never be enough affirmation to permanently quiet that still, small voice that speaks to all of us, if we do not kill it with drugs, sex, and other diversions.  “Homosexuals” are past masters at that killing, but still, the voice remains.  As a recovering addict, I can attest that no amount of drugs or anything else will ever drive that voice all the way away, especially for those given the Grace of Baptism.

Using corporations as a tool for their agenda is an incredibly effective and insidious means of advancing it. Since so many Americans work for corporations, the required assent will soon force millions of Christians to make gut-wrenching decisions between being employed and their faith.  Many will likely choose to remain employed.  And quietly, over time, their reluctant assent will move to full-throttled assent.

That will place those of us who remain obstinate in their refusal to embrace what Jesus Christ, through His Church, has always believed to be incredibly immoral and offensive to God, in a tighter and tighter vice.  Vastly outnumbered, we will be asked why we maintain our hateful intolerance and bigotry when most “Christians” have gotten on-board with the new enlightenment.  And then, the real persecution will start.

We should be prepared for the fact that the worst insults and injuries will likely come from our purported co-religionists.  It will no doubt be very painful to not only suffer at the hands of the culture in the coming persecution by the perverse, but to have other self-described Catholics, even priests and bishops, tell us how wrong, even evil, we are.  We must steel ourselves for that reality now, because I fear it is coming.  Some may even lead us to the stake, as Saint Thomas More was proceeded to the scaffold by the arch-traitor and arch-heretic Thomas Cranmer.

Evil days ahead, I fear.  We better get prayed up.

Comments

1. Magdalene Prodigal - July 2, 2014

Bl.Franz Jagerstatter was told by his priest and, I think, even his bishop that he could serve in the Nazi army–after all other Catholics were, etc. He would not. They pointed out that he had a family to think of and his reply was something like this: Just because a man has a family does not give him excuse to offend God and his conscience. He was martyred.

2. discipleofthedumbox - July 2, 2014

I work for one of Chase’s competitor’s. It won’t be long before I am similarly challenged, I fear.

Bring it on.

3. Baseballmom - July 2, 2014

My better half works for the Feds. Chase has the contract for the Fed credit card… They make tons of money off that Card. The better half says this “survey” is coming straight from the Feds… I believe he is likely right (every now and then he IS right 😉 )

Tantumblogo - July 2, 2014

Very scary, bbm.

And I’m certain your husband, to have chosen such a bride, must be a wise and virtuous man.

Baseballmom - July 2, 2014

Well now, that is true…. 😉

4. discipleofthedumbox - July 2, 2014

What? He works for the ‘federales’? I better update my online presence information here…

Baseballmom - July 2, 2014

If the Feds catch on to my Letters to the Editor in the local rag he won’t be working for them much longer…. 😉


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