Saturday, September 09, 2006

Pope Urban II Would Be Proud
Is this the New Evangelization I keep hearing about?

We've gone from "Catholics, arise and defend Christendom" to so-called Catholics who attempt to destroy Christendom.

Suleyman al-Faris, better known as John Walker Lindh was baptized and raised American Catholic. He's best known for fighting with the Taliban in Afghanistan against Americans. He's also known as "Jihad Johnny".

Abdullah al Muhajir, better known as Jose Padilla was baptized and raised American Catholic. He's under arrest for attempting to smuggle a "dirty bomb" into the United States.

Muriel Degauque was baptized and raised Belgian Catholic. She's best known for being the first European convert to Islam to be a suicide bomber in Iraq. She targeted a U.S. military convoy and wounded an American Marine. Her husband also participated in the attack and was shot dead by US Marines.

Wadih el-Hage was baptized and raised a Lebanese Catholic. He was arrested, tried, and convicted of conspiracy to kill nationals of the United States in the 1998 US Embassy bombings in East Africa.

Jérôme and David Courtailler (brothers) were baptized and raised French Catholics. Both were convicted of consorting with terrorists (al-Qaeda) with an intent to carry out violent acts (bombings in Paris).

Ahmed Santos was baptized and raised a Filipino Catholic. He's the founder and first leader of the [terrorist] Rajah Solaiman Movement, which is closely allied with the al-Qaeda affiliated Abu Sayyaf Group.

Christian Ganczarski was baptized and raised a German Catholic. Sometimes called the head of Al-Qaeda in Europe, he was arrested for involvement in the terrorist bombing of a synagogue on the Tunisian island of Dscherba in April, 2002. He was also plotting to explode a car bomb on the French island of La Reunion in the Indian Ocean.

With all that said, obviously, not all converts to Islam are disaffected Catholics, but every time I read an article or see an interview concerning converts to Islam, more often than not... they're baptized Catholics.

Speaking strictly personally, I have known a small number of Catholics who left The Church and embraced the heresy of Islam. The common thread they all had was a fervent desire for a belief that emphasized discipline. Spiritual, moral, physical discipline.

Not that long ago, Catholicism was synonymous with discipline. Pope Benedict, if you're reading this (and I know you are) you better get on the stick, honcho. Quit pussy-footing around with these idiot Modernist "would you like fries with that?" clerics we seem to have in damn near every diocese by the bushel load. Dump these bums that scatter the flock and devour the lambs.

You know, gang... we have a history of popes who would actually don armor to defend Holy Mother The Church. Just something to think about.


Blogger Former Altar Boy said...

Excellent post and, as usual, great research.

And if the Pope (or one of his aides) isn't reading this blog, he should be. The Lord moves in mysterious ways and whose to say the Holy Spirit isn't using the cave as an instrument?! haha

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