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Lesbian Couple Apparently Tortures, Murders Adopted Children April 4, 2018

Posted by Tantumblogo in asshatery, cultural marxism, disaster, error, General Catholic, horror, persecution, sadness, scandals, self-serving, sexual depravity, sickness, Society.
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A lesbian couple from the United States (they lived all over, constantly moving as they ran afoul of the generally lax child protective services of one state after another) is being accused of having routinely starved, beaten, and generally neglected their 6 adopted children, and then killed all of them in a murder-suicide by driving their SUV off the Pacific Coast Highway, down a cliff and into the Pacific Ocean.

Certainly this is an extreme case, but given that these women had used their children extensively for self-serving virtue signaling and promotion of leftist causes, all the while they apparently abused them severely, but since adoption of children by perverse couples is such a luxury item foisted on our culture by an extremely well-funded and well-organized (but tiny) minority, shouldn’t even one such instance call for greatly increased scrutiny of this kind of adoption?  Suffice it to say, especially on the female side of the “gay” subculture, that emotional instability and outright violence against partners (and others) is extremely common.  In fact, nearly half of all lesbian relationships involve some form of physical abuse.  These relationships are also pathologically unstable – the average length of pretended marriage between women in Holland, where such relations have been state-sanctioned and endorsed for nearly 20 years, is under 3 years.

The whole “Klan” angle below is just a ludicrous cover, a patently laughable excuse intended to deflect blame for this atrocity away from the unstable women and towards an imaginary villain.  The Ku Klux Klan is virtually non-existent at this point.  And in Minnesota? Please.  As Matt Christiansen notes below, this is beyond unlikely, and delves well into the fantastic.  Such an event would get wall to wall coverage in the leftist media and their supposedly “mainstream” confreres.  The fact that it didn’t strongly argues the event never happened.  Even more, agitators on the Left, and these two women were most definitely that, using their kids as political props with grim regularity, have been known to stage, fake, and otherwise lie about alleged “racist,” “sexist,” or other attacks against them with such incredible frequency that the number of fakes far exceeds the number of real attacks (which just goes to show how completely unhinged so many of them are, declaring the United States an irretrievably racist country, in spite of the fact that they must construct the evidence for this racism on a constant basis).

Now Minnesota is a pretty liberal place, with a large number of leftadoodles.  Nevertheless, the fact that people repeated these women’s outrageous claims of cross burnings and other supposed atrocities as straight up facts is amazing.  If I heard such a claim, I’d be extremely skeptical. But then again, I’m just a poor ignorant Bible-clutching redneck, full of irrational fears and superstitions and clinging to my God and my guns, and not a member of the super-rational, science-loving*, “fact based community” on the Left.  So naturally I must be wrong.  What is really scary, though, is how much people’s pre-conceived political notions played a role in not only believing these women’s outlandish tales, but played into their ability to abuse these children for years.  Leftism always hurts people.

But note the slick attempt to both paint the perpetrators of this atrocity as victims, and give them a moral pass for their years of abuse and mental/moral derangement.  Of course, to the Catholic, that a soul afflicted with grave moral illness would come to suffer mental illness is hardly surprising.  It is, in fact, the entirely predictable result of long immersion in sin.  I can certainly relate to that from my own sordid history.

In spite of the political angle, there is a great sadness and tragedy about this sordid event.  8 lives unnecessarily snuffed out, the children certainly not of their own will.  The selfishness of it is beyond shocking, but these women seem to have drunk deep at the trough of female solipsism.  Nevertheless, all of these poor souls need prayer.  I don’t know what God’s judgment has in store for these women, I shudder to think of that, but the children were innocent victims who had no choice in all this.  May God have mercy on them all.

*- that is, their conception of “science” which always just happens to magically align with their preferred politics.  Like, a baby is just a blob of cells until about age 5, biology has absolutely no influence on someone’s sex, global warming, space aliens are real and visit the US more frequently than Europeans, etc, etc.

Some Wonderful Bits of Catholic Culture April 4, 2018

Posted by Tantumblogo in Art and Architecture, awesomeness, Basics, catachesis, Christendom, Ecumenism, General Catholic, Glory, Grace, history, Latin Mass, sanctity, the struggle for the Church, Tradition, Virtue.
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I’ve found a “new” channel on  Youtube called Holy Faith TV.  It’s not that new, it’s been around almost a  year, but it’s new to me.

They’ve got a lot of great traditional Catholic content and some really outstanding history.  How about this incredible color video of Venerable Pius XII:

And here is a video from what was then a mainstream educational film company on the jubilee year of 1950.  Can you imagine Scholastic doing a reverential and respectful video on the Church today?  How much, and how much for the worse, our society has changed since then.

“…….here lies a spiritual power that no godless philosophy may hope to vanquish.”  Take it to heart, leftists!

If an audience featuring Pius XII wasn’t good enough, how about Mass from 1948, offered in St. Peter’s. Sadly it is in black and white:

And here you go, marking the end of glory and the beginning of the auto-demolition of the Faith, a film on the death of Pius XII and coronation of John XXIII, before the fanon and sede gestatoria were scrapped by John’s successor:

 

It’s not all from the 50s.  There is content dating at least back to Saint Pius X. And some of it is more modern commentary, from a wide diversity of sources, from people known well to this blog like Fr. Michael Rodriguez and Bishop Athanasius Schneider, to more esoteric sources.  I can’t say I’ve watched much of the commentary, but as for the historical stuff, I love it.  So much more like that!

Apparently Youtube contains just part of the content, there is a website that ostensibly has more but I haven’t really had time to check it out.  Perhaps you will, and if you do, feel free to share anything of interest you may find!

As always, of course my happiness at finding this channel is not necessarily an endorsement of everything on it.  But I think there is quite a bit good to find there.

And it’s not all strictly Catholic.  There’s actually quite a bit from the Orthodox Church on the channel.  For an example, here is Patriarch Kirill, primate of the Russian Orthodox Church, taking on the cultural masters in a way the last six popes have generally failed to do, with occasional exceptions from John Paul II and Benedict.  In fact, he proclaims a truth that is readily apparent to most believing Christians of any Church, sect, or stripe: godless elites want to destroy Christianity: