What This Is All About

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The motivation to destroy Brett Kavanaugh comes down to one issue:  abortion.  With Kavanaugh on the court the odds are high that Roe will either be overturned or vastly scaled back.  To most Leftists abortion is a sacrament and a sacred rite.  That is appalling, but that has been reality for a very long time, and I am not surprised in the slightest by the national hysteria based upon blatant lies that the Leftists have stirred up in an effort to destroy a great Judge and a fine man, along with his family.  Leftists are, by and large, modern day Machiavellians, interested solely in power.  However, Catholics, even Leftist Catholics, should know better.  Dave Griffey at Daffey Thoughts demonstrates how, sadly, that is frequently not the case:

 

 

On full display at none other than Mark Shea’s CAEI.  But I said I would no longer go there!  I wasn’t planning to.  But when I was made aware that Deacon Greydanus hopped on the ‘Kavanaugh’s yearbook proves he’s a rapist’ train, which was a link to Mark’s page, I went there to make sure it wasn’t wrong.  I wouldn’t want to accuse the good deacon of lynch mobbing Kavanaugh over his yearbook if it wasn’t true.  Alas, according to Mark, it was true.

But so ridiculous, so stupid, so wrong, so appallingly ‘goosestepping to the beat of the Left’ is the rush to destroy Kavanaugh to maintain abortion rights (and liberal pundit after liberal pundit admits this is the core issue), that I have given myself a dispensation to follow any posts Mark makes relative to this issue.  For a known Catholic apologist to join the injustice, lies, slander, and destruction of an innocent family in order to lift up the party dedicated to the slaughter of the innocent is worth watching.

In this latest post, Mark tells us that ‘a reader lays out Kavanaugh’s lies’.  You have to read it to believe it.  If his reader was a twelve year old, I wouldn’t be surprised.  Though that is a bit of an insult to twelve year olds.  And yet, it’s no worse than the idiocy and mandated absurdity that the Left is demanding from all who will destroy this man’s life and family.

Read it your self, then read the comments.  From the opening ‘Obvious Ford was credible, duh.  Because she was so obviously credible even if she couldn’t prove anything’, to the constant ‘The things in his yearbook mean this today according to Urban Dictionary (because words and slang never change), so they obviously meant the same 30 years ago’, to the very fact that we’re dissecting a high school yearbook to see if an adolescent over drank at parties or not, it should send off warning bells and whistles.

But again, the Left is a jealous god that demands blood sacrifice, and a growing number of Americans – including Christians – are more than happy to step up to the altar and provide it. As they have sadly done far too many times over the ages.  Mark’s laughably inane and moronic post wouldn’t be worth the effort if we weren’t hearing the same reasoning from politicians, journalists, scholars, commentators, and activists.  He drank too much at 19, or wrote scribbles in a yearbook – destroy him now!  In fairness to his good reader, some of what I heard over the weekend was no better.

If you ever wondered how believers could don swastikas and march in lockstep at Nuremberg rallies, look no further than their support for the train wreck of injustice and evil we are witnessing now.  God help us, and God protect us from the coming storm.  And that includes our brothers and sisters in Christ who will destroy their fellow believers in fealty to the heathen god that has emerged in the midst of our nation.

Note: I will only comment on Mark’s posts related to the Kavanaugh lynch mob.  I will ignore his other posts as a matter of principle.  If Mark’s posts reflected the fringe lunacy they usually do, I wouldn’t bother.  But showing the lunacy, and then knowing it is mainstream, national press, Democratic party, liberal pundit perspective, is an example in how things can unravel so quickly in a given society.

Go here to comment.  Most Catholic Leftists, like Leftists in general, are unknowingly, at least one hopes unknowingly, following a path described by Orwell in his masterpiece 1984:

The Party seeks power entirely for its own sake. We are not interested in the good of others; we are interested solely in power. . . . Power is not a means; it is an end . . . not power over things, but over men. . . . In our world there will be no emotions except fear, rage, triumph, and self-abasement. . . . There will be no loyalty, except loyalty toward the Party. There will be no love, except the love of Big Brother. . . . Always, at every moment, there will be the thrill of victory, the sensation of trampling on an enemy who is helpless. If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face forever.

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14 Comments

  1. A pronuke blogger who ironically is a Democrat banned me from his twitter feed for pointing out abortion is the reason why Democrats must slander Kavanaugh. There is no more dialogue to be held. And Democrats will accept neither the voters’ decision at the polls nor due process in the law. God have mercy on our country because this leads to only one terrible place. That’s the only thing Democrats understand – overwhelming unremitting crushing force. And that’s scary and certainly not something any of us should want.

  2. My as-far-left-as-I-am-right twin agrees. He emailed that this travesty is all about flushing human feti (he studied Latin in HS) down toilets.

    And, abortion is about $$$$. They get huge amounts of $$$ from it. A lot of it is tax money. Which tax money groups like PP use for brainwashing, dirty tricks, lobbying, and propaganda. Re: taxes: the individual mandate in ACA is a tax (ask Chief Justice Roberts). To the extent that ACA requires abortion coverage, tax money is paying for abortions. So, in 2012 Worse-Than-Murder-Inc. came out with propaganda (photo-shopped NYT front page) that, if Romney won, Judge K would be the fifth vote to overturn Roe. And, a plot was born. FYI – if Romney had won BK’s nomination would have been withdrawn.

    Follow the money.

    Finally, the Church is complicit in abortion. Silence is acceptance.

  3. “And that’s scary and certainly not something any of us should want.”

    Indeed. Let us pray and mortify for there is nothing new under the sun, and such has happened before.

  4. “Finally, the Church is complicit in abortion.”
    Not the Church but some members. Some because of money as you note, some because they approve of abortion.

  5. Off topic a bit: Oct 2nd Feast of our Guardian Angels. It seems to me that at conception these tiny babies (I refuse to use fetus or fetish for these little human beings) must be given a guardian angel. When murdered are these in utero babies receive a “red baptism?

  6. (Hi Cam, the word “fetus” actually means “little one”. It’s ok to use it. )

    At the root of contraception and abortion are two things:
    1. We and not Almighty God are the arbiters of Life.
    2. The end justifies the means.

    Those that pursue these things (Democratic Party and the Main Stream Media as examples) become/are Machiavellian.

  7. God awaits procreation at the will of man
    Procreation is the work of man in the work of God. God awaits the will of man to act on creation of the human being. At procreation man works with God. Man creates the body. God creates the soul, the rational, immortal soul of the newly begotten individual sovereign person, the newest member of the human species. God has made man indispensable in this work of God’s creation.
    The power to procreate, the empowerment to bring another person into existence cannot be overestimated, or exaggerated. Procreation cannot be contemplated without exhilaration at the awesome glory of God in trust, love and joy.
    Wealth, accomplishment, even skydiving, mountain climbing and scuba diving, any and every sport cannot compare to the pure joy of bringing another sovereign person into existence. The awesome power to procreate humbles man and at the same time elevates man to the heights of glory. Therein lies the contradiction of the Cross.
    As exciting as it is having God at the command of his creatures, there is nothing more exciting than giving rebirth to the soul of man. Scintillating and blissful is knowing that with God’s help, wisdom and guidance, a person can counsel and retrieve another person from the jaws of hell. Healing the rational, immortal human soul with the truth of Jesus Christ is a vocation to which all men are called.
    Only very few choose to respond and for them the whole of creation rejoices.
    Men and women who respond to their vocation to inspire the truth in men’s souls are magnificent.
    Judge Bret Kavanaugh is one of these persons who inspire truth in men’s souls. The depth of suffering placed upon Judge Kavanaugh, body and soul, is the depth to which Judge Bret Kavanaugh has delivered peace of mind and equality to men and women coming before him for judgement in our world. The other worldliness cannot be measured or counted out in this world, only in the world to come.
    For atheists, this is a tragedy. For people of Faith, Hope and Charity, this is joy.
    Obama promised us Hope and Change. We now take our HOPE in Bret Kavanaugh.

  8. Supposedly Jonathan Swift said “It is useless to attempt to reason a man out of anything he was never reasoned into.”

    The form criticism of Brett Kavanaugh’s high school year book and appointment calendar, the sudden re-appearance of old school Methodism among partisan Democrats, all the base-stealing in discussion (a common assault morphs into a sexual assault morphs into an attempted rape), and the text walls which assiduously avoid the core question (the absence of evidence that these two were ever acquainted), are all indicators that there isn’t any inductive reasoning going on here, and there won’t be.

  9. Somewhere early in “Seven Pillars of Wisdom” T. E. Lawrence wrote: “Opinions are susceptible to debate. Convictions can only be resolved with shooting.”

    A friend, Imber of the League of the Old Men said, “Never negotiate with evil persons that do not (and have no intention to) act in good faith.”

  10. As Wittgenstein says, “I said I would ‘combat’ the other man, – but wouldn’t I give him reasons? Certainly; but how far do they go? At the end of reasons comes persuasion.”

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