FREEMASONRY: 'THEIR GOD IS THE DEVIL'.
An open letter to my fellow Catholics
By Martin Hill
Greetings to my fellow Catholics. I come from a Catholic family and was educated in parochial schools. My dad was a convert to Catholicism after meeting my Italian Catholic mom, and was educated in a seminary and baptised into the church at age 21 before they married. I am a traditional conservative, although I hesitate to use that term anymore since today's so-called 'conservative' is likened to a fascist government adulating warmonger.
This undeclared war in Iraq is immoral and unnecessary. Both the current and previous Pope have outright condemned it, and the war does not meet the just war doctrine of the church. Not to mention, 'conservatives' not too many years ago wanted to abolish the UN. Now we take our country to war based on strengethening the UN and enforcing UN resolutions? What hogwash. John Hopkins University has estimated that more than 600,000 Iraqi civilians have died in this war. That is nothing short of genocide, and it must be stopped.
I plead with you to educate yourselves on the JUST WAR DOCTINE, it's in your catechism. Also, educate yourself on the church's teachings on FREEMASONRY. And learn about the history of the Bush family, which has historically been against Christianity and the church. They are all members of the occult group SKULL & BONES. Bush senior attacked the Pope on the floor of Congress while a congressman in Texas in the 1960's, and pushed for forced global population control. That is in the official Congressional record. Prescott Bush was a nazi financier and was charged under TRADING WITH THE ENEMIES ACT in 1942 by our own U.S. Government; Prescott's assets were seized.
Below are some links to the information. Learn the truth and resist tyranny. Glory to God in the Highest. Peace.
First, let's take a look at the official catholic teaching on the JUST WAR DOCTRINE. it can be found in paragraph 2309 of the Catechism of the Catholic Church. It says:
Catholic Answers on the JUST WAR DOCTRINE
Pope condemns any war on Iraq
Monday, January 13, 2003 Posted: 8:47 AM EST
Pope Benedict XIV has also condemned it:
Pope condemns war in Iraq The Pope has used Palm Sunday mass to loudly condemn the US-led war in Iraq. Watch clip from Australian TV
From Webster Tarpley's great book
THE UNAUTHORIZED BIOGRAPHY OF GEORGE H W BUSH.
A chapter titled 'RUBBERS GOES TO CONGRESS' http://www.tarpley.net/bush10.htm
Here is an excerpt. it's a short chapter and well worth the read:
ENCYCLICAL OF POPE LEO XIII ON FREEMASONRY APRIL 20, 1884
Paul A. Fisher wrote THEIR GOD IS THE DEVIL, a collection of Papal Encyclicals on freemasonry. He also wrote BEHIND THE LODGE DOOR, which is a history of masonic influence in the U.S. and throughout the world. I have read both and very highly recommend them.
Mike Wallace Interviews Margaret Sanger
In this interesting 1957 interview, population control and abortion advocate Margaret Sanger says her "opposition is mainly from the hierarchy of the Roman Catholic Church". Wallace reads a reference to Sanger about her background about how Sanger and her siblings were referred 'children of the devil' in their town growing up, because of their athiest father. Wallace asks if her motivation was not based on opposition to the church. Sangers mother was Catholic from Ireland, and had 11 children.
Wallace: "Now you certainly can take no issue with the natural law as the Church regards it"
Sanger: "Well I certainly do and I think it's unnatural".
They discuss the Catholic position on artificial birth control, in a very interesting interview the likes of which would never be aired on secular TV today. Highly recommended. As Wallace confronts Sanger on her past statements, she gets fidgety, blinking and darting out her tongue. Below, I will post excerpts from George H. W. Bush while he was a congressman in Texas in the 1960's, Bush's attacks on the Pope, Bush's glowing praise for Margaret Sanger, and his insistant advocacy of coercive population control enacted by governments worldwide.
As Wallace continues to reads Sangers quotes back to her, and how they are at variance with her current replies, she pleads, "Where these strange things come from that I said??! ... They then go on to discuss sin, if sin exists, divorce, etc.
George Bush: The Unauthorized Biography --- by Webster G. Tarpley & Anton Chaitkin
Chapter -X- Rubbers Goes to Congress
Bush belonged to a small group of congressmen who successfully conspired to force a profound shift in the official U.S. attitude and policy toward population expansion. Embracing the "limits to growth" ideology with a vengeance, Bush and his coterie, which included such ultraliberal Democrats as then- Senator Walter Mondale (Minn.) and Rep. James Scheuer (N.Y.), labored to enact legislation which institutionalized population control as U.S. domestic and foreign policy.
Bush began his Malthusian activism in the House in 1968, which was the year in which Pope Paul VI issued his enyclical "Humanae Vitae," which contained a prophetic warning of the danger of coercion by governments for the purpose of population control. The Pope wrote: "Let it be considered also that a dangerous weapon would be placed in the hands of those public authorities who place no heed of moral exigencies.... Who will stop rulers from favoring, from even imposing upon their people, the method of contraception which they judged to be most efficacious?" For poorer countries with a high population rate, the encyclical identified the only rational and humane policy: "No solution to these difficulties is acceptable which does violence to man's essential dignity....The only possible solution ... is one which envisages the social and economic progress both of individuals and of the whole of human society...."
This was a direct challenge to the cultural paradigm transformation which Bush and other exponents of the oligarchical world outlook were promoting. Not for the first time nor for the last time, Bush issued a direct attack on the Holy See. Just days after Humanae Vitae was issued, Bush declared: "I have decided to give my vigorous support for population control in both the United States and the world." He also lashed out at the Pope. "For those of us who who feel so strongly on this issue, the recent enyclical was most discouraging."
During his four years in Congress, Bush not only introduced key pieces of legislation to enforce population control both at home and abroad. He also continuously introduced into the congressional debate reams of propaganda about the threat of population growth and the inferiority of blacks, and he set up a special Republican task force which functioned as a forum for the most rabid Malthusian ideologues.
"Bush was really out front on the population issue," a population- control activist recently said of this period of 1967-71. "He was saying things that even we were reluctant to talk about publicly."
Bush's open public advocacy of government measures tending towards zero population growth was a radical departure from the policies built into the federal bureaucracy up until that time. The climate of opinion just a few years earlier, in December 1959, is illustrated by the comments of President Eisenhower, who had said, "birth control is not our business. I cannot imagine anything more emphatically a subject that is not a proper political or governmental activity ... or responsibility."
As a congressman, Bush played an absolutely pivotal role in this shift. Shortly after arriving in Washington, he teamed up with fellow Republican Herman Schneebeli to offer a series of amendments to the Social Security Act to place priority emphasis on what was euphemistically called "family planning services." The avowed goal was to reduce the number of children born to women on welfare.
Bush's and Schneebeli's amendments reflected the Malthusian- genocidalist views of Dr. Alan Guttmacher, then president of Planned Parenthood, and a protege of its founder, Margaret Sanger. In the years before the grisly outcome of the Nazi cult of race science and eugenics had inhibited public calls for defense of the "gene pool," Sanger had demanded the weeding out of the "unfit" and the "inferior races," and had campaigned vigorously for sterilization, infanticide and abortion, in the name of "race betterment."
Although Planned Parenthood was forced during the fascist era and immediately thereafter to tone down Sanger's racist rhetoric from "race betterment" to "family planning" for the benefit of the poor and blacks, the organization's basic goal of curbing the population growth rate among "undesirables" never really changed. Bush publicly asserted that he agreed "1,000 percent" with Planned Parenthood
During hearings on the Social Security amendments, Bush and witness Alan Guttmacher had the following colloquy: Bush: Is there any [opposition to Planned Parenthood] from any other organizations or groups, civil rights groups?
Guttmacher: We do have problems. We are in a sensitive area in regard particularly to the Negro. There are some elements in the Negro group that feel we are trying to keep down thenumbers. We are very sensitive to this. We have a community relations department headed by a most capable Negro social worker to try to handle that part of the problem. This does, of course, cause us a good bit of concern.
Bush: I appreciate that. For the record, I would like to say I am 1,000 percent in accord with the goals of your organization. I think perhaps more than any other type of organization you can do more in the field of poverty and mental health and everything else than any other group that I can think of. I commend you.
Guttmacher [to Bush]: May I use you as a public speaker?
Like his father before him, Bush supported Planned Parenthood at every opportunity. Time after time, he rose on the floor of the House to praise Planned Parenthood's work. In 1967, Bush called for "having the government agencies work even more closely with going private agencies such as Planned Parenthood." A year later, he urged those interested in "advancing the cause of family planning," to "call your local Planned Parenthood Center" to offer "help and support."
The Bush-Schneebeli amendments were aimed at reducing the number of children born to blacks and poor whites. The legislation required all welfare recipients, including mothers of young children, to seek work, and barred increases in federal aid to states where the proportion of dependent children on welfare increased.
June 5, 2007
Paul: U.S. has rejected 'Just War' theory of Christianity
Posted: 10:24 PM ET
WASHINGTON (CNN) Texas Rep. Ron Paul said at Tuesday's GOP presidential debate that America's most pressing moral issue is its adoption of a preemptive military policy, declaring it a rejection of the "Just War theory of Christianity."
"We in the past have always declared war in the defense of our liberties or go to aid of somebody," he said. "But now we have accepted the principle of preemptive war - we have rejected the Just War theory of Christianity.
"We have to come to our senses about this issue of war and preemption and go back to traditions and our constitution and defend our liberties and defend our rights," he added.
Paul is the only GOP member of Congress running for president who voted against authorizing the use of force in Iraq.
CNN Ticker Producer Alexander Mooney
Ron Paul - The Just War Theory & The Peace President
Ron Paul at the June 5 Republican Debate
"we have rejected the Just War theory of Christianity" at 5:35.