The Flying Buttress: What Inquisitors' Minds Want to Know

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Saturday, April 19, 2008

The National Conspiracy of Silence

A Flying Buttress Alert

+April 25 has been designated by the Homosexual Mafia as a “National Day of Silence,” to encourage high school students to protest the alleged bullying, name-calling and harassment against “gays” and to demonstrate their solidarity with them.

+The Flying Buttress is commenting on this event because a Catholic high school in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, St. Xavier, is listed as participating in this scandal.

+This should come as no surprise to our readers, given that St. X is a Jesuit high school, that it is located in a lavender diocese, and that our Archbishop, Daniel Pilarczyk, has made a career out of undermining the teachings of the Church by supporting the homosexual “cause.” But Pilarczyk is certainly not alone in the American Church.

+So it is that on April 25, all across the American Conference, our most degenerate elements will don the prestige of their sanctimonious self-deception, and in a futile attempt to mask their enslavement to sin, jump willingly into this national game of Look the Other Way.

+The Flying Buttress does not condone bullying or harassment. Neither do we condone, however, the bald-faced lie that homosexuality is perfectly normal behavior because homosexuals are “born that way,” and/or have no control over their fate. It is that lie which has created this national game.

+Playing the game certainly has its advantages. It allows both homosexuals and their heterosexual “allies” to flatter themselves with labels like “compassionate,” “tolerant,” “diverse,” and “inclusive” - and, conversely, to label those who refuse to participate as bigoted, hateful, homophobic and discriminatory. It paves the way for participants to receive plenty of foundation money, intellectual and academic affirmation, media attention, and prestige. It supposedly allows participants to have sex with whomever they wish without the burden of guilt – not only without guilt, but with pride! It means membership in an exciting militant movement, a revolution. And it means, of course, “liberation.”

+But playing the game also has its disadvantages. First and foremost among them is to willfully invite spiritual and eternal death by celebrating crimes against God. Second is leaving oneself open to the seduction of satanism, which is closely linked to homosexuality. Third is the cultivation of another deadly sin, pride. Fourth is the vulnerability to physical disfigurement or death by sexually transmitted disease or by the rage of a jilted sex partner. Fifth is the delusion and self-deception inherent in the misuse of the word “compassion.”

+Let’s consider this interpretation of “compassion.” Is it really compassionate to encourage the self-destruction of a soul, to cheer his descent into suffering and darkness by assuring him that there is nothing wrong with his behavior because, for example, “God is love”?

+No, this is not compassion at all, but the most vicious and cynical cruelty.

+What about prestige? Is it really enlightened to approve of homosexuality because all the Very Important People do – the UN, the European Union, the US government, academia, the press, Hollywood, psychologists?

+Oh, do you mean like all those Very Important People who, their prestige threatened by their own Messiah, plotted against Him and eventually put Him to death?

+What about love? Don’t homosexuals have the right to have loving same-sex relationships, even marriage?

+No, there is no right to be loved, except in a society which has made itself sick with the idea of “entitlement.”

+What about discrimination? Doesn’t the Church discriminate against the civil rights of homosexuals by denying them the sacrament of marriage, the sacrament of Holy Orders, and by condemning their behavior as sin?

+If morality is discrimination then there is no civilization, only the inverted and perverted anarchic world of Lucifer.

+If anything, April 25 should be a National Day of Mourning and Prayer for all the souls who have been lost to this disorder. Yet publicly, and in too many darkened corners of the Roman Catholic Church, there will be no mourning, but only more vain and foolhardy stanzas added to this ever-quickening Invocation of Death.


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