Thursday, August 17, 2017

Anthony Foster who demanded justice for children abused by priests, dies at age 64. 

Mr Foster, aged in his early 60s, died after complications relating to an apparent brain injury incurred this week.
Child sex abuse royal commission chairman Peter McClellan today described Mr Foster’s work as having been key to the formation of the national inquiry.
Mr McClellan offered the commission’s condolences to his wife Chrissie, with the pair having campaigned for abuse survivors as recently as last weekend in Ballarat.
“Anthony and Chrissie dedicated many years of their lives to bringing about justice for survivors of child sexual abuse,’’ he said.
“Their tireless advocacy helped bring about the royal commission.’ STORY HERE:

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

A Melbourne Council has officially dropped Australia Day!

THE Fascist 


This time, the LEFTIST COUNCIL OF 


has voted to scrap our National Day citing

"inclusiveness." Indeed, there is much more behind this cynical move! STORY HERE:


Monday, August 14, 2017


Jenny Geddes
On the 23rd of July 1637, in St Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh, Dean Hannay attempted to read from the prayer book for the first time. At this, a woman called Jenny Geddes picked up the stool she was sitting and threw it at his head, shouting “Villain, dost thou say mass at my lug? [in my hearing]”. Then a riot broke out, with more people shouting and throwing stools, before leaving the building.
The next day, the privy council (which governed Scotland) forbade speaking against the government or prayer book on pain of death. However due to the opposition they ordered that the prayer book not be used until king Charles I], in London, had been told about the situation. Many protests and petitions against the prayer book were made to the privy council, condemning it as containing errors and being forced on the church without being the approval of a General Assembly or Parliament. 

Read more:
David Stevenson,
The Scottish Revolution, 1637-44 (2nd edn, Edinburgh, 2003), pp 42-64.
Book of Common Prayer (1637)
Geddes, Jenny
David Stevenson,
‘Geddes, Jenny (fl. 1637)’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004
George Gillespie -
Reasons for which the service book, urged upon Scotland ought to bee refused (Edinburgh, 1638).  

Monday, August 7, 2017


Exodus 15:10-12King James Version (KJV)

10 Thou didst blow with thy wind, the sea covered them: they sank as lead in the mighty waters.
11 Who is like unto thee, O Lord, among the gods? who is like thee, glorious in holiness, fearful in praises, doing wonders?
12 Thou stretchedst out thy right hand, the earth swallowed them.

was firmly established in her kingdom.
Philip II of Spain, was determined
to stamp it out - NO MATTER WHAT

Portrait of Queen Elizabeth painted soon after the defeat of the "Invincible" Armada. In the left background can be seen the English fleet and the Spanish Armada is on the rocks to the right.
Pearls—symbolic of purity—decorate the queen's head and gown. Next to her right arm is an imperial crown, and her right hand rests upon a globe—specifically, her fingers rest upon the New World.
This symbolized the fact that Protestant England would rule the waves from then onward and the English would ignore the FRAUDULENT Bull of Pope Alexander VI and begin to colonize the New World.


Drawing Aside the Purple Curtain
The Papal System Today: an Analysis of the News

The Leaked Story of a Sodomite Orgy
in the Vatican

                                                                 Shaun Willcock

Drugs and Sodomy in the Vatican

  According to an article which first appeared on 28 June in the Italian newspaper, Il Fatto Quotidiano, Vatican police, alerted to strange shenanigans going on in the flat of a monsignor, a man who was the secretary of a senior Roman Catholic cardinal, raided the flat and broke up a drug-fuelled homosexual party.[i]  The flat, which is in the Vatican itself, is not far from the Santa Marta residence of the pope of Rome, Francis I.  It is in the Palazzo del Sant’Uffizio, which belongs to the Vatican’s “Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith” – which used to be known as the Inquisition.  Be it noted, the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith is the very institution in charge of supposedly dealing with priestly sex abuse cases!
  Neighbours living in the building had complained of the “constant coming and going” of young men, and of noisy parties being held in the flat.[ii] 
  The Italian article said that the secretary was also entrusted with a luxury car with Vatican number plates, which enabled him to transport the drugs into the Vatican without being troubled by Vatican or Italian police.
  The Vatican reacted – apparently by hustling the offender off into a “retreat”!  The monsignor was taken for detox at a medical facility, and was later said to be “in retreat” in a monastery somewhere in Italy.[iii]  This is usual Vatican practice when one of their own is bust in some scandal of a sexual nature – he is hustled off to some secret location.
  Then on 30 June, in a piece published on a French website, the monsignor-secretary was named: he was Luigi Capozzi.  And so it came out that Capozzi’s boss is the Romish cardinal, Francesco Coccopalmerio.  He is head of the Vatican’s Pontifical Council for Legislative Texts, which makes him “like the Church’s Chief Justice, the chief interpreter of the Church’s laws.”[iv]  A very influential man in the Vatican indeed.  And surely he was not unaware of his secretary’s behaviour.  As one high prelate commented: “Is it possible that he [Coccopalmerio) never noticed anything?  Yet he often said that they [Coccopalmerio and Capozzi] worked together until late.”[v]  Certainly, considering how the monsignor was enjoying such benefits “above his pay grade” so to speak, it indicates that he was being protected by some very powerful authority figures within the Vatican itself.   ARTICLE CONTINUES HERE:

[i]. The Moynihan Letters, July 28, 2017.
[ii]. The Times of Israel, 6 July 2017. Also National Catholic Register, 8 July 2017.
[iii]. The Times of Israel, 6 July 2017.  Also National Catholic Register, 8 July 2017.
[iv]. The Moynihan Letters, July 28, 2017. 
[v]. The Moynihan Letters, July 28, 2017. 

Friday, August 4, 2017

From Antichrist to Brother in Christ: How Protestant Pastors View the Pope

LifeWay Research finds Pope Francis has improved opinions of Catholic Church.
More than half of evangelical pastors say Pope Francis is their brother in Christ.

More than one-third say they value the pope's view on theology, and 3 in 10 say he has improved their view of the Catholic Church.
Those are among the findings of a new study of 1,000 Protestant senior pastors, released this week from Nashville-based LifeWay Research.
Overall, the survey found that many Protestant pastors have taken a liking to Pope Francis.