The biggest problem with Catholics, of course, is their perversion of Scripture. The
Catholics laugh at the idea of the Bible as the infallible Word of God; indeed, I once
had a papist literally spit in my face when I suggested this. Instead, the papists like
to pick and choose parts of Scripture that they like, ignoring much of what remains, and
they like to just make things up to fit their ridiculous cultist rituals. In fact, the
papist Bible consists of several "extra books" -- written by papists -- to justify their
lifestyle. One of these books ("Bel and the Dragon") was written as late as 1933 by
Bishop Robert Flanagan, an obvious Irishman. And this is supposed to be the infallible
Word of God? The mind boggles. (And what kind of name is "Bel and the Dragon" for a
book of the Bible? This is Scripture .. not Harry Potter!)
But I'm not going to spend my time in this article talking about Scriptural perversions. These are well-documented and have been discussed for centuries. I could spend hours upon hours debunking Catholic cultism (incorrect personification of Christ, statue worship, papal deification, salvation through works, etc.) but it would be time spent doing something that has been done by others. Instead, I want to spend some time discussing the societal problems that result from Catholicism. I intend to demonstrate that papism has had a profound negative impact on our society, and that there are very real reasons for wanting to tighten our grip on this dangerous practice.
So let's get started, shall we?
- The Mafia, and its assorted organized crime bosses, is nearly exclusively Roman Catholic.
In fact, the movie "Godfather, Part III" opens with Al Pacino (who depicts a mob boss)
receiving a medal from the Roman church, authorized by the Pope himself. Additionally,
the movie also depicts a very close relationship between Vatican and the illegal activities
of the Corleone crime family. Mob experts have repeatedly testified that the Godfather
movies are extremely accurate portrayals of Mafia life.
- The Romanist religion is heavily supported by Senator John McCain, who is a traitor of
epic proportions; this is a man who wants to pass "campaign finance reform" as the first
step towards repealing the First Amendment and banning free speech. It is widely
believed that McCain's assaults on free speech are to support the efforts of papists who
want to make it illegal to write the truth about Catholicism. McCain has also supported
a so-called "patient's bill of rights", which is legislation whose sole intent is to put
HMOs out of business so that they can be replaced with government-controlled entities.
"By your friends shall ye be known," as the saying goes. If McCain is a friend of
Catholicism, what does that say about these people?
- Papists are drunks. The local Catholic priest here has a saying: "I've never met a
Catholic that didn't love God, a good drink, and a good fight." (This is coming from a
Romanist, you understand!) It sums up, in a rather succinct manner, the chemical
dependency that Catholics have on grain alcohol. If you've ever witnessed a Catholic
mass, you know that the majority of them are inebriated during worship! Most of them
can't even enter the pew without nearly falling over at the waist. And they spend most
of the time kneeling on the floor, presumably because they are too drunk to pull themselves
up into a normal sitting position.
- Catholics are required by their Pope to believe in evolution. Frankly, I think it's
absurd to suggest that anybody who has read the Bible and takes it seriously can also
accept evolution. The Bible is very specific about how the world was created.
Evolution says that the universe just sort of poofed itself into place, and then a bunch
of rocks just magically turned themselves into our beautiful Earth, and then there was
some magical goo floating in a pond somewhere, and it got hit by lightning, and then all
of the beautiful creatures (as well as Mankind) just sort of accidentally evolved.
Ridiculous Romanist Rubbish. But then again, I guess if you can believe that salvation
can come from works alone, you can believe evolution as well. *rolls eyes*
- The Pope is a politically-correct tool of the liberal left. Every time you turn on the
television set these days, you'll see him in some foreign country or another, apologizing
for this or that or "reaching out" to other sects and denominations. This is a man who
recently was caught in a Moslem mosque. This type of mindset is typical of the liberalist
dogma, the people who love the United Nations and its attempts to topple Christianity in
favor of a One World Government. We should not have to apologize to anybody for being
right, nor should we have "reach out" to anybody. We are right, and they are wrong. And
they are bound for Hell unless they change their ways. We should be witnessing, not
capitulating to Mohammadists.
Yes, by this point you've probably guessed: I don't like Catholics. I consider them to
be rosary-swinging, incense-huffing Vaticanites, and I think it's a shame that they are
allowed to sully this country with their execrable dogma and superstitions. The
question is: What is to be done about them? Shall we sit back and silently tolerate
Roman Catholicism as an "alternative lifestyle", much the same as we do with other
perversions? Or has the time come for people of principle to stand up and defend what