Wednesday, November 20, 2013


Mr Binyamin Netanyahu feels that the historic residents of Palestine are being overly pampered.

“It cannot be that the Palestinians are forever pampered by the international community,” Netanyahu insisted, saying it was time to demand the Palestinians start making some real concessions to their occupiers.

This man is scheduled to meet with the Pope on December 2nd, during the holy season of Advent.  Perhaps Rome might need a little background on him, as well as a brief overview of his policies towards the people under his fiefdom and for that reason we present the following information.

We thought it would be helpful, in light of Mr N's statement, that we should get a better idea of this pampering, lovingly administered by his government:

Gaza, after being pampered by the Israelis

Mr Netanyahu might be interested in learning that God will only tolerate only so much injustice, murder and rapine.  As the Jewish people might like to recall from the Torah, He does occasionally get angry.

In a further example of excessive pampering, the Israeli occupiers have decided (again) to mow down more ancient olive groves belonging to the historic residents of Palestine in the name of security.

Olive groves in Palestine destined to be mowed down.  If they look like they they could have existed at the time of Christ we shouldn't be surprised, because they have been there since the time of Christ.

We wonder if anyone in the Catholic Church will stand up and say something about this murder and economic destruction, labelled "pampering" by the war criminals in Tel Aviv.   The victims of the terrible storms that devastated the Philippines brought instant papal sympathy, and rightly so.  But this ongoing degradation and extermination of the people of Palestine by occupiers who are beginning to make the Communists and Nazis look like benevolent regimes receives scant attention in the halls of the Vatican.

Alas, we know why that it: it is the Rome/Tel Aviv agreement, still very much in force, that silences the outrage and the just anger of the Church in the face of these every day horrors.  Non-thinking Christians dismiss all these things as something not to be too concerned about because, after all, in their eyes Israel is God's chosen land and all those who suffer under the Israeli boot are simply Muslims who deserve what they get.  Yes, sadly, I have read those very words on not a few Catholic blogs, and recently.  Their blindness to what is happening in the Holy Land is simply astounding and their refusal to see another side of the story or even sympathize with their fellow Christians who are suffering there is mind-boggling to say the least.  To be fair, they are subject to an almost daily barrage of pro-Israel propaganda.  Their minds soak up this propaganda so much so that their capacity to reason seems to leave them.

Aside from all this, an interesting report from the Jewish daily Haaretz describes how what remains of the Palestinian economy is being demolished.

Children in Gaza have to walk through sewage to go to school:

Mondoweiss, a left-leaning Jewish blogsite which often has very interesting information to depart offers readers some more facts on the ground to consider:

The Mondoweiss article has one of the most telling descriptions of the mindset of hatred and revenge we have ever come across.  But we still ask, why does no one speak of this - especially no one in the Vatican?  And I say this with full knowledge of the secret Agreement described above.  Agreement or no, can not the Pope or anyone in the hierarchy in Rome find it in their hearts to condemn this?  One wonders just how bad it has to get before we will ever hear the words of justice once again coming from the Church.

The Syrian debacle was put on hold thanks to the Pope, Mr Putin and the prayers of millions.  But the same country that got the USA to do its dirty work for them in Iraq, and wanted us to go and destroy Syria, is still trying to get us to destroy Iran.  Pat Buchanan writes about this today

We here are a small and insignificant voice.  Our readership is minuscule.  It is doubtful that any high Churchman has even heard of us, let alone read us. Yet we ask the Vatican to seriously consider breaking all diplomatic relations and agreements with that nation that has become every bit as despicable as the totalitarian regimes of the last century.  It was a blunder of colossal magnitude for John Paul II to establish diplomatic relations with this illegal state founded upon a total rejection of Jesus Christ.  That blunder must be reversed.  The Church's credibility, indeed the Church's very survival in the Holy Land, depends upon Her disentangling Herself from this octopus.

Until the Vatican extricates itself from this agreement those people who have lived in the Holy Land for 5,000+ years are going to be totally eliminated.

Blessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven.
Blessed are the meek: for they shall posses the land.
Blessed are they who mourn: for they shall be comforted
Blessed are they that hunger and thirst after justice: for they shall have their fill
Blessed are the merciful: for they shall obtain mercy
Blessed are the clean of heart: for they shall see God
Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called children of God
Blessed are they that suffer persecution for justice' sake, for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven

Those who hunger and thirst after justice will be satisfied one day. 

UPDATE 23 November 2013:

"Putting Palestinians on a diet"


Anonymous said...

According to these 'blasphemes' can a faithful Christian in Palestine expect HELP coming from Vatican.

.from John Vennari, on the JEWS......
.In 1982, Pope John Paul II declared in a speech regarding Jewish Catholic relations:
......"Our Common spiritual inheritance is particularly significant at the level of our faith in a single God, one, good and merciful, who loves men and leads them to love Him, the master of history and of the destiny of mankind, who is our Father and who chose Israel, the cultivated olive-tree onto which has been grafted the wild-olive branch of the gentiles."

In the 1985 'Notes for a Correct Presentation of Jews and Judaism in the preaching an Catechesis of the Catholic Church," issued by the Vatican Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews. This Vatican document was approved by John Paul II who 'ratified it as being in line with own thinking....'
....The Vatican text reads:
.....Attentive to the same God who has spoken, hanging on the same word, we have to witness to one same memory and one common hope in Him who is the master of history. We must also accept our responsibility to prepare the world for the coming of the Messiah by working together for social justice, respect for the rights of persons and nations and for social and international reconciliation........"

In this 1985 document, the Vatican with Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger as Head of the CDF----is officially inviting Catholics to cooperate with Jews to prepare for the coming of the Messiah.
........"This idea, totally alien to Catholicism, is a traditional concept of Jewish theology in its view of the role of 'the religions derived from Judaism." One official indication of this is the declaration made by the Grand Rabbinate of France on April 16, 1973, in which it is recalled 'the teaching of the greatest Jewish theologians, for whom the mission of the religion derived from Judaism (Catholicism being one of the - Ed.) is to prepare humanity for the advent of the messianic era announced by the Bible." In its directives of May/June 1985 Rome has thus allotted to Catholicism the place and the role assigned to it by Jewish Theology.

In his 1998 book 'Many Religions, One Covenant', then - Cardinal Ratzinger laid out a central theme of his theology: that Jews and Christians worship the same God, and the implication that Catholics should not try to convert Jews to the one true Faith. Cardinal Ratzinger writes:
....."Jews and Christians should accept each other in profound inner reconciliation, neither in disregard of their faith nor in denying it, but out of depth of faith itself. In their mutual reconciliation, they should become a force for peace in and for the world. Through their witness to the one God, who cannot be adored apart from the unity of love of God and neither in disregard of their faith, nor in denying it, but out of the depth of faith itself. In their mutual recognition, they should become a force for peace in and for the world..........they should open the door into the world for this God so that His will may be done.........

At the beatification of Joan of Arc (Dec. 13, 1908), the saintly Pope Pius X said:
...."In our time more than ever before, the greatest asset of those disposed toward evil is the cowardice and weakness of good men, and all the vigor of Satan's reign is due to the easygoing weakness of Catholics. Oh! if I might ask the Divine Redeemer, as the Prophet Zachary did in spirit (Zach. 13:6): "What are those wounds in the midst of Thy hands?" The answer would not be doubtful: "....With these I was wounded in the house of them that loved me" (Zach. 13:6b). I was wounded by my friends, who did nothing to defend me, and who, on every occasion, made themselves the accomplices of my adversaries. And this reproach can be leveled at the weak and timid Catholics of all countries."

aly said...

Aged parent, I can't address all of what you've said just in this post though every aspect concerning this is so important and I regard you highly for speaking to the terribleness of the all of this. I am personally desperately troubled by the all of this. And as you say no one speaks to it. You in the Catholic blogs are the only one who speaks to it in my awareness and I never hear the Church utter a word. I cannot feel anyway but that this is a betrayal, a serious betrayal. Forgive me if I
seem nearly frantic but I am in this moment because you have here given an opening to all who will read this to begin giving some thought to this issue that is so shamefully neglected by just people and many people who are respected and have so much influence on one level or another. I can't bear knowing that so many Jewish "leaders" gain a meeting with the Pope, many of them without even a drop of worthiness Netanyahu being one
I find these goings on excruciating to my sensibilities.
Do others? Surely some others do.
What in the world could Netanyahu
have to say to Pope Francis? What? And what does Pope Francis have to say to him. Chit Chat niceties? Surely not. But are there any words of criticism and admonishment? If the Pope was courageous and for Heaven Sake if the Pope hasn't the courage for this then for what does he have courage? The this carried to its ideal would be your suggestion that the Vatican should suspend diplomatic relations with Israel. This would make an important statement to the world and I believe that many would awake to the truths about the Israeli State and realize how they've been uninformed and tremendously deceived about this Jewish State.
The Church would be respected for this moral act and moral stand and I believe that other people of influence would feel the impetus to act rather than disapprove. Thank you Aged parent for this. I hope all readers will share it with others.

Aged parent said...


I share your grief but must also say that, in the end, we should not despair. God allows these injustices to go on for His good reasons, and we also know that His patience does have its limits. Praying for the Pope, whoever he may be at any given time, is one thing we can and must do always, every day.

Thank you for your comment.

aly said...

Thank you Aged parent. I do at times feel I will despair but the Saints preserve me and I do not despair. Payers for the Pope, very many yes.

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