As one has come to expect, Easter and Christmas bring about the usual Jewish blasphemies against Jesus Christ, and Catholicism, and anything smacking of the sacred. They occur everywhere, magazines, television, movies PBS "specials", the lot. I believe it is time we call out these people for what they are: the Jews and those who serve them are mockers of God.
We have been trained, so to speak, to avoid these issues or else to speak in hushed, careful tones about them out of fear of being called names or worse. The bombardment of propaganda intended to silence Christians while Our Lord is being ridiculed has been enormously successful: only very few will bring up the subject at all. Regular visitors to this blog know that I occasionally point out Jewish complicity in many of the ills in the world, from the wars and terrorism they are promoting, to the promotion of sodomy, to the attacks on the person of Our Lord and Blessed Mary. I try to do it gently, with a huge dose of irony, and always with the intention that these blind people will come to their senses and accept their birth right, the Catholic faith. But perhaps it is now time to speak more frankly to these people, who are never going to see God in the face due to their rejection and hatred of His Son and whose eternal destiny is too horrible to contemplate.
Now in release out of the Jewish-owned entertainment industry comes a little gem called, "The Night Before". I avoid modern films like I avoid head lice so I wouldn't have even heard about it unless someone mentioned it. But a comment over at The Unz Review reads thus:
Note well the names of the people involved in it. Aside from being a group of non-talents they are all Jews. What, I wonder, is the opinion of those innocent Jews out there who don't necessarily have any overt animosity towards Christians yet must realize that at some point there is going to be a backlash against all this? Biblical historians might well ask, Don't they ever learn?
So where does this leave us at this point in time?
At an absolute minimum we should be expecting to hear something, anything, from Church leaders despite the fact that the Church made peace with "the world" officially in 1962-1965. Will Los Angeles prelate Gomez speak out bravely and publicly, naming names, about such cheap little blasphemies? How about Cardinal Dolan, in whose diocese many scenes of this movie were shot?
Was an actual Catholic church used in the scene referred to above, or was it a studio mock-up? If it was an actual church, which one was it, and who gave these cretins permission to film there?
Personally, I grow weary of Jewish mocking of Christ and His Church and am using my little space on the internet to say so. Christian charity demands that I tell them that unless they are baptized, and unless they enter the one, true Church, their final end is damnation. It is frankly that simple.
For two thousand years they have been battling the Church in a futile effort to destroy her. They have used many artifices to accomplish this and, unfortunately, have had some success. Pray for them. And pray for the leaders of the Church who once had the courage and charity to say what had to be said, as did holy priests, like Padre Pio:
"Jews are enemies of God and foes of our holy Religion."
And pray, too, for the audiences who attend this movie, and laugh and enjoy themselves. Mr Belloc, of course, has a word to say to those people. The following quote has been ignored or misunderstood for decades. Even today's war-mongers misuse it to defend their annihilations of nations. But it was not intended for that; it was intended for the mockers and those who enjoy their mockings.
We sit by and watch the Barbarian, we tolerate him; in the long stretches of peace we are not afraid. We are tickled by his irreverence, his comic inversion of our old certitudes and our fixed creeds refreshes us; we laugh. But as we laugh we are watched by large and awful faces from beyond: and on these faces there is no smile.