Monday, May 17, 2010

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops prefer Slavery!
Hat tip to Tuleesh who provided this little gem from the Cathechism of the Catholic Church:
Immigrants are obliged to respect with gratitude the material and spiritual heritage of the country that receives them, to obey its laws and to assist in carrying civic burdens" (CCC 2241)
So I ask all of the Bishops and Priests that support the opposition to Arizona's new law to explain to us faithful just why you would deny this state and the lawful abiding citizens within it the right to protect itself from a lawless and sinful group of people who are clearly not respecting or showing gratitude to this country which has received them? ...........Silence
Also you are being very obtuse in your position. It makes one wonder if the real reason is that you prefer to keep this group of people in their current status so they can continue to work in deplorable conditions and as slaves to their dishonest masters who pay them under the table?........Silence
Could it be because like the progressive politicians you observe keenly that if you invest now, when these illegals take over through propogation you will be in the catbird seat to fill your pews and coffers? ..........Silence
Dare I suppose, in an even more devious and evil way you have chosen to be cowards and turn on God and his directives through the Magisterium in order to keep your cushy and serene lifestyle here on earth? ........Silence
Apply your dumbass logic to any other law, and it would be quickly rebuffed. For example, if we applied the same thought process to someone who is homeless breaking into YOUR rectory because they were in need of a place to stay, would your position would be to allow this person to stay regardless of the illegal occupancy and laws they broke. I doubt it. What if a person who could not afford a car but needed one to get to work, so they stole yours. What illegal immigrants are doing is NO DIFFERENT, and they should be sent back to whence they came.
Once more and I have said this before, if their government is so corrupt that it oppresses its people which need to come to the USA to get their "fair shot at life" Why shouldn't they be instructed to stay in that country and fight for a just government? Isn't that the morally just action for their case?
You guys are doing nothing but destroying what it is that illegals come here seeking, and when they do propogate to the point where they are the majority you will not be treated kindly. Because if they were not willing to work to change their own country what idiotic logic tells you they will do anything to change this government once they and the rest of the progressives corrupt this one.
Yeah, I know...........SILENCE!
Saint Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle. Be our protection against the wickedness and snares of the devil.May God rebuke him, we humbly pray;and do Thou, O Prince of the Heavenly Host, by the Divine Power of God, cast into hell Satan and all the evil spirits who roam throughout the world seeking the ruin of souls.


Blogger Adeodatus49 said...

A more serious problem than the U.S. bishops' corporate political liberalism expressed as pro-illegal immigrant is their general worldliness masquerading as social justice. They are supposed to be priests who help us save our souls and in so doing, saving their own souls in the process. Then again, I have said this before ad nauseum.

8:48 PM  
Blogger Simplex Vir said...

Adeo-nauseum...I like it!

10:00 PM  
Blogger TH2 said...

Bingo! Great one, Simplex Vir.

10:11 PM  
Anonymous Arkanabar T'verrick Ilarsadin said...

I'm curious: if you could write law and policy on this issue, what would you have us do?

11:06 AM  
Blogger tuleesh said...

Hear, hear!

Putting aside the reasons ACORN-loving corruptocrats of the USCCB back illegal immigrants, there are those priests who sincerely believe they are fulling the Gospel admoniton to assist the poor [Remember the high visibility of Roman Catholic priests in the 500k-strong Illegal-alien march of 2007 in Los Angeles?]. However, sincerity isn't the problem here, is it? It's the priests' judgement that comes into question. It's this stand by priests that puts forth the idea that compassion should trump morality, standards, the law, and worse, trump responsibility.

No one can deny the blatant militancy that illegal-alien protest marches display is due in part because Church backing has emboldened them to do so. To quote Father Patrick J. Bascio in his book, On The Immorality of Illegal Immigration :
"The year 2007 saw the rise of a militant mood among illegals south of our borders...The justification behind such militancy derived, in part, from the approbation and authority of the Christian churches."

There you have it. Regardless, of the horrible scandals the Church is suffering, it still carries some form of moral authority. And there are those who are more than willing to use that authority for their own selfish ends.

6:40 PM  

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