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To: pgkdan

I think gays have always been a force for corruption in any society, partly because they always seem to form a clique of their own which then becomes much more powerful than its size because its members are spread throughout the institution as a whole and are united only by this one thing. So they get into advancing their “favorites,” clawing their way to power, getting rid of men who aren’t gay and thus aren’t part of the club, and building everything around the promotion of their sex lives.

This has always been a particular threat in mostly same-sex organizations, and was one of the reasons that religious orders, both male and female, received “Visitations” from Rome, during which time each member was interviewed individually and privately so that he or she could say without fear what the problem was. Unfortunately, when you have a situation where nobody seems to think it’s a problem, that’s not going to work.

However, it’s only in recent years that “gays” have decided that it’s not just a matter of who they sleep with, but a whole way of being that not only deserves tolerance but promotion and in fact imposition on the rest of society. So Rome has the additional problem that while the rest of the world would once have supported it in any efforts to root out the homosexual presence, now the world is not only opposed to it but there are possible legal problems in trying to get homosexuals out. IIRC, a few years ago, some British group was trying to have the Pope arrested under EU hate crime laws for being “homophobic.”

The unfortunate thing is not that the Vatileaks episode revealed this (and most people probably suspected it anyway), but that it has given the culprits more time to dig in and prepare their defense, and has also given them time to drum up support from the outside world.

I really hope the next Pope is strong and has got his flame-proof suit ready, because all Hell is going to break loose when he starts cleaning house.


12 posted on 02/22/2013 7:53:35 AM PST by livius
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To: livius

Gerard O’Connell: Vatican gay smear part of the war for church’s heart and soul

http://www.independent.ie/opinion/analysis/gerard-oconnell-vatican-gay-smear-part-of-the-war-for-churchs-heart-and-soul-29087156.html


15 posted on 02/22/2013 8:02:34 AM PST by mgist
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To: livius
I really hope the next Pope is strong and has got his flame-proof suit ready, because all Hell is going to break loose when he starts cleaning house.

There will first be a war in the Conclave to see if it elects a good Pope who will clean house or a foul one who will rid the Vatican of those who oppose the Satanic agenda.

17 posted on 02/22/2013 8:06:57 AM PST by RoosterRedux (Get armed, practice in the use of your weapons, get physically fit, stay alert!)
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To: livius
I think gays have always been a force for corruption in any society, partly because they always seem to form a clique of their own which then becomes much more powerful than its size because its members are spread throughout the institution as a whole and are united only by this one thing. So they get into advancing their “favorites,” clawing their way to power, getting rid of men who aren’t gay and thus aren’t part of the club, and building everything around the promotion of their sex lives.

Important point. This is how the entertainment industry became dominated by the gay culture.

38 posted on 02/23/2013 4:08:18 PM PST by PapaBear3625 (You don't notice it's a police state until the police come for you.)
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