The Week In Doom — Lavender Mafia Edition

Item Fr James Martin confirms the existence and pervasiveness of the Lavender Mafia.

If this tweet disappears, which if Martin has any sense it would, I have a screenshot saved.

If the LGBTQWERTY++ clergy etc. were purged Martin says “Countless church institutions (including chanceries, cathedrals, parishes, high schools, colleges, hospitals, retreat houses, social service agencies and programs serving the poor, the aged and the sick) would simply grind to a halt.”

Dude, we knew there were a lot of pervert priests, but Martin implies we don’t know the half of it. It’s so bad in the Church that Martin thinks it’s a selling point to say there is an infestation. It’s worse than that, even. He has taken to promoting satanic imagery.

An argument ad absurdum has sprung up suggesting that any who has sin, not just sodomites, should be barred from Church positions. This fails because it does not recognize a hierarchy of sins. (I’d never put myself up for nor would I be worthy of any Church position.) Say a woman who once used contraception but repented of it, or a man who once committed self abuse and also repented of it, are not on the same scale of the detestable sin of sodomy. The Church must discriminate. It must, for instance, bar women who pretend they are men from the priesthood, and men who pretend they are woman from nunneries.

Item UK judge forcing mentally disabled mother to have abortion against her will (Thanks to Jim Fedako for the tip.)

A judge in the United Kingdom ruled that a mentally disabled pregnant mother must abort her baby because doctors have arbitrarily decided an abortion would be less traumatic for her than childbirth…

In her ruling for the Court of Protection on June 21, Justice Nathalie Lieven said, “I am acutely conscious of the fact that for the State to order a woman to have a termination where it appears that she doesn’t want it is an immense intrusion … [but] I have to operate in [her] best interests, not on society’s views of termination.”

Pay close attention to what the female, abortion “rights” supporting judge’s words. You may hear them at your own trial some day. Notice, too, it was “doctors” who called for the killing. “Doctors.” Whatever you do, don’t get sick.

As you’ve probably heard, the decision to kill was reversed by the Court of Appeal. Whether the “doctors” will now repent of their bloodlust remains to be seen.

Item Police interrogate, collect DNA from French politician over ‘homophobic’ tweets

A city counselor from Saint-Germain-en-Laye, a large town to the west of France where many kings had their residence since the 11th century, was summoned by police last week and submitted to DNA collecting because she was accused by Internet watchdogs of publishing a series of “homophobic” tweets….

Cerighelli’s Twitter account contains a large number of messages condemning the influence of the “LGBT lobby.” She also regularly denounces legal access to medically assisted procreation for lesbians, which the LREM intends to push through Parliament, probably before the summer recess. She also makes no mystery of her Catholic beliefs.

Is it liberty, equality, or fraternity or some other theory the police relied on here?

Item Violence Erupts As West Turns Its Sexual Subversion Weapon On Georgia

For the past several years governments of formerly Christian countries in North America and Europe have made LGBT ideology an integral element of their promotion of “human rights” and “democracy” in formerly communist countries. This includes pressuring compliant governments of European countries recently emerged from communism to hold “Pride parades” that offend local sensibilities. (Mystifyingly, there is no effort to force such demonstrations on Riyadh, Islamabad, etc.) Recent targets of such sexual subversion have been Ukraine (where it has been a key element of the US State Department’s and the Ecumenical Patriarchate’s attack on the canonical Orthodox Church) and Moldova (where the US embassy took the lead in a joint statement hailing the “the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia [and] … support for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI)”). Our tax dollars at work!

Our State Department, a subsidiary of Harvard&tm;, is thus officially evil. Is it any wonder for the increase in anti-Americanism?

Item The Mark Of The Woke

@gofundme has shut down Israel Folau’s campaign and will refund all donors.

Folau is the Australian rugby superstar who was kicked out of the sport after tweeting a verse of Scripture critical of homosexuality. (Folau is a Christian.) He has filed a wrongful termination lawsuit over his sacking, and was using GoFundMe to raise money to pay his lawyers…

Now, Go Fund Me can run itself as it wishes. It’s a private company…

Moreover, Folau’s wife, who is also a professional athlete (netball), is now facing calls to be booted from her own sport because she tweeted support for her husband…

We met Folau many times before. This is Rod Dreher, so might guess whatever it was that drove him to wear those dorky-sophisticated glasses motivated him to write that “private company” line. Skip that. What’s interesting is that LGBTQWERTY++ goons also went after Folau’s wife whose only “crime” was supporting her husband. Public condemnation of perversity simply will not be tolerated by any notable figure. Satan is a jealous god.

Item Google Censors Video Exposing Google

Google-owned video platform YouTube took down a video from Project Veritas showing a senior employee at the company appearing to admit that the company plans to interfere in the next presidential election to stop Donald Trump.

The video, which is still available on the Project Veritas website featured undercover footage of a top Google employee, Jen Gennai, stating that the company shouldn’t be broken up because only they can prevent the “next Trump situation.”

You can’t say Google doesn’t have a sense of humor. A search engine that doesn’t search may not be as funny as the muffin joke, but it’s plenty whimsical.

Item Men who identify as women are being invited for cervical smear tests even though they don’t have a cervix

WOMEN who identify as male are not being offered vital routine breast screenings and cervical cancer checks in case it offends them.

But men identifying as women will be invited for cervical smear tests — even though they don’t have a cervix.

The advice comes from a 24-page booklet published by Public Health England called “Information for trans people”.

The PHE booklet explains “who we invite for screening”.

Doom fans will be cheering here, because regular readers will remember we have predicting this very thing. It pays to keep up with The Week In Doom!

Let’s do another prediction. Some of the men who are pretending they are woman and have smears will insist on having a positive test. They won’t feel like “real” women unless they too can have cervical cancer. Or breast cancer, or uterine cancer. Or miscarriages.

I say this will happen within one year of this date.

Laugh if you like, but our accuracy rate kicks keister.

Item When did women get the vote?

Map showing Doom is a world-wide, coordinated phenomena.

There is so much more Doom that I could fit in. I am thinking of restarting the podcast to accommodate burgeoning Doom.

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  1. “An argument ad absurdum has sprung up suggesting that any who has sin, not just sodomites, should be barred from Church positions. ”
    I believe the rule should be “openly practicing and promoting sins”. Everyone sins. So those who repent and make amends and take action to do better are acceptable. Those who promote the lies of Satan and openly sin and proclaim it good need to be removed from any church position immediately. Some denominations require you to stop engaging in the sin for a period of time before becoming a full-fledged member of the church (versus attending the church). I like the idea. It’s very much like the “Deep State” now in politics. Satan’s angels destroying the church from within and the fools in the church all going along with it. Like most areas of life, just giving in is sooo much easier than actually fighting back. So people destroy churches and their own eternity, not to mention destroy the future for the children they do not love at all (presumably this is the goal—revenge on the little monsters for ruining their lives). The dark side of humans has exceeded the dark side of the moon now.

    Remember, women sinned first but men went along. That is exactly what happened with women and voting. I am amazed how WEAK men really were. Women would march and go on “sufferage strikes” and not cook or clean. Men would capitulate instead of not going to work or repairing things around the house, not plowing the fields, refusing to do any of the heavy lifting (after all, women are equal) etc. Stupid, stupid weak men and evil, nasty women. No wonder we were thrown out of the Garden of Eden.

    (Note: Wyoming is called the Equality State and had the first woman governor BECAUSE HER HUSBAND DIED. Yes, she was re-elected ONCE and NEVER, EVER, EVER will there be another female governor of Wyoming. So it’s a complete lie about Wyoming and Equility, as is the case in so much of this “women” garbage.)

  2. Most minor point, but “…west of France.”? Does nobody have an editor anymore?

  3. Women and gays (who are insane, and act as women) should never, ever be allowed to participate in the political process.

    Women rule inside the home. Men rule outside.
    Women expect to be provided for. Men compete to provide.

    I imagine it wasn’t a lack of cooking and cleaning that coerced men to act against their own interests. Lackanookie is a powerful force.

  4. Hoyos: I was in graduate school with a guy who came from west of France. He came from Brittany, and he was serious.

  5. By simply reading your bible one should immediately notice that,amongst other things, a true church practises church discipline (Mat 18).
    Maybe the church should grind to a halt and be build up with believing sinners (as opposed to unrepentant sinners – cf. 1 Cor 6:11 and note the verb ‘were’, as in “not anymore”)

  6. “This fails because it does not recognize a hierarchy of sins.”

    What’s the use of Christianity having a hierarchy of sins when it has only the one punishment?

    “the detestable sin of sodomy.”

    Why not the detestable sin of hating on people you don’t even know for doing things which don’t affect you in any way?

  7. Swordfishtrombone,
    The Bible shows that in the OT, God recognizes the difference between intentional and unintentional sins, and Jesus’ teaching confirmed that intentions are, at least in some instances, actual sins. Who’s to say that a just God may not differentiate between lesser and greater punishments even in hell?

    And you are right, there are a plethora of sins called detestable or abominable (Hebrew word toabat, toebah). Proverbs 6:16-19 gives one list.

    However, He Himself has taken the all the punishment all sin deserves. “He made Him who knew no sin to be sin on our behalf, so that we might become the righteousness of God in Him.” 2 Co 5:21.

  8. The CCC, for some arcane reason, only deplores “unjust discrimination” against those persons with homosexual inclinations. Not against those persons with tendencies to idolatry, blasphemy, dishonoring the Lord’s day, dishonoring one’s parents, murder, rape, stealing, lying or coveting. This, despite the easily demonstrable fact that every Anglophone on the planet, as soon as he encounters the word “discrimination” in a sentence, forgets the “unjust” modifier, because of course all discrimination is unjust.

    I, for one, am ready for some churchmen to define a program of just discrimination against sodomites.

  9. Cmdr. Briggs ==> My wife is reading Muggerridge and reads me the phrase:

    “Making the world safe for sodomy.”

    1966 essay “I Love You England”.

  10. @ Bryant Poythress,

    (Apologies for late reply)

    “Who’s to say that a just God may not differentiate between lesser and greater punishments even in hell?”

    Presumably, you’re suggesting this because it sounds fairer to you (and to most people), but it isn’t supported by any mainstream interpretation of the Bible that I’m aware of. I would also ask why God punishes people after they’ve died in the first place? It doesn’t achieve anything in this life, and is pointless in the next as there’s no possibility of rehabilitation.

    “However, He Himself has taken all the punishment all sin deserves.”

    So, we _don’t_ get punished? Or we still do? And why was it necessary for Jesus to die anyway? Why couldn’t God just have forgiven us all without Jesus having to die?

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