Thursday, December 17, 2015

Popes since the time of Pius XII have in public used irrational, non traditional and heretical Cushingism as a theology -1

Cushingism is irrational it assumes there are known cases of persons saved without Catholic Faith, in other words, it assumes there are known people in Heaven, visible cases in the present times of non Catholics saved without the baptism of water.Known cases? Visible? How is this possible ? And if they are not known and visible how can they be exceptions to the traditional Feeneyite interpretation of the dogma on exclusive salvation in the Catholic Church? First there is a false premise : known cases in Heaven and then there is a false premise : they are explicit exceptions on earth to all needing to formally enter the Catholic Church for salvation.
The error was there in the Baltimore Catechism in 1808 when it is suggested that the baptism of desire and blood are exceptions, to all needing the baptism of water for salvation.Why was the baptism of desire placed in the baptism section? We cannot give any one the baptism of desire as we can baptise someone with water.Why was it placed in the Catechism ? Since it was speculated  that these cases saved with the baptism of desire and blood were of known exceptions ,to all needing to be formal members of the Church. This was an error in thinking. An error in reasoning.It was a novelty.The popes did not check it.It would become official during the pontificate of Pius XII.
Today, where are these so called exceptions it should be asked ? Where are these cases in 2015 ? Where do they live and what are their names? Who saw these people in Heaven without the baptism of water?
In 1949 when the Letter of the Holy Office was issued who saw someone saved outside the Church? Cardinal Francesco Marchetti Selvaggiani? Cardinal Cushing ? Pope Pius XII ? What was the name of the person saved with the baptism of desire and without the baptism of water  in the 1940's and 50's ?
Is this humanly possible? Then why did they say there was salvation outside the Catholic Church?
Why did the Holy Office in 1949 assume that the baptism of desire and being saved in invincible ignorance were relevant to the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus, the Feeneyite version? Where was the precedent? Who knew of a particular case of someone saved without the baptism of water before 1940 ? Who had this special gift to see the dead who are now in Heaven  and does the Church recognize this special gift and this person?
Who saw St.Emerentiana or St. Victor of St. XYZ in Heaven without the baptism of water? Is this a dogmatic teaching? Do we have to believe that St. Emerentians is in Heaven since someone had first hand knowledge that she went was not baptised before or after, she died?
So where are the exceptions today ? Those who do not need to be card carrying members of the Church for salvation? Who today can go to Heaven without having his name on the Parish Baptism Register ?
There is not a single person known, past or present who is in  Heaven without the baptism of water and whose case was seen and known on earth. Not a single person.
Does any one know if the Good Thief  was not baptised before he died ?
Yet it is assumed that these cases are known and these known cases are exceptions to the Feeneyite version of the dogma.This is Cushingism.It is irrational. It is an objective mistake. It is an error in thinking since it assumes there are people in Heaven without the baptism of water who are visible and known on earth, to be exceptions to the strict interpretation of the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus.
This is a mistake made by the popes. It is a mistake they overlooked or did not want to correct for political reasons.
Popes since the time of Pius XII have been using irrational, non traditional and heretical Cushingism as a theology.John Paul II, Pope Paul VI, Pope John Paul II, Pope Benedict XVI and now Pope Francis.
Traaditionalists also still use Cushingism to interpret the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus, the Letter of the Holy Office, Vatican Council II and the Catechism of the Catholic Church.
I use   Feeneyism. Feeeneyism does not deny the baptism of desire and blood and being saved in invincible ignorance, it just does not assume that these cases are visible and known in the present times.Invisible cases are invisible.
-Lionel Andrades

The Dallas blog does not know there is a choice : pre and post Vatican Council II can be reconciled

Two more Muslim REFUGEES linked to Paris Massacre Arrested at Austria REFUGEE CENTER


Two more Muslim REFUGEES linked to Paris Massacre Arrested at Austria REFUGEE CENTER ByPamela Geller on December 16, 2015
                       ISIS Gaining Control in Refugee Camps“Two suspected of links to Paris attacks arrested in Austria refugee center,”
Reuters, December 15, 2015  VIENNA (Reuters) – Two people have been arrested at a refugee center in the Austrian city of Salzburg on suspicion of being connected to last month’s Paris attacks, the Salzburg prosecutors’ office said on Wednesday. The two are men who are thought to have provided help to members of the group that carried out the attacks on Nov. 13 in which 130 people were killed, two Austrian newspapers reported.“Two people who arrived from the Middle East were arrested at the weekend in accommodation for refugees on suspicion of belonging to a terrorist organization,” Robert Holzleitner, a spokesman for the Salzburg prosecutor’s office, said.“As part of the preliminary investigation, evidence suggesting a connection with the Paris attacks is being verified,” he added, declining to comment on the specifics of the newspaper reports. -
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1 Christian: 236 of 237 Syrian Refugees Admitted Since Paris Attacks Are Muslims

1 Christian: 236 of 237 Syrian refugees admitted to US since Paris jihad murders are Muslims

What could possibly go wrong, you racist, bigoted Islamophobe?
1 Christian: 236 of 237 Syrian Refugees Admitted Since Paris Attacks Are Muslims,” by Patrick Goodenough, CNS News, December 7, 2015:
( – Since the Paris terror attacks on November 13, the State Department has admitted 237 Syrian refugees into the United States – 236 Sunni Muslims and one Christian (0.4 percent), according to data from the State Department Refugee Processing Center.
The Christian, a Greek Orthodox individual, is the sole non-Sunni Muslim admitted to the U.S. since the attack, which fueled concerns that the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS/ISIL) may move terrorists into Western nations under the cover of refugee resettlement programs.
According to the CIA World Factbook, Christians accounted for an estimated 10 percent of the Syrian population and Sunni Muslims for an estimated 74 percent when the conflict began in early 2011.
Of the 237 Syrian refugees permitted to resettle in the U.S. since November 13, 123 are male, 114 are female. Of the 237, 65 (27.4 percent) are men between the ages of 14 and 50, while 55 (23.2 percent) are women aged 14-50.
Another 107 (45.1 percent) are children aged under 14, of whom 54 are males and 53 females.
President Obama plans to resettle 10,000 Syrian refugees in the U.S. during fiscal year 2016. Since FY2016 began on October 1, a total of 528 Syrian refugees have been admitted into the U.S. They comprise 522 (98.8 percent) Sunni Muslims and six Christians – three Catholic, one Orthodox, one Greek Orthodox and one simply described as “Christian.”
According to Refugee Processing Center data, 137 of the 528 (25.9 percent) admitted since Oct. 1 are men aged between 14 and 50; 117 (22.1 percent) are women aged 14-50; 250 (47.3 percent) are children, of whom 132 are boys and 118 are girls; and 24 (4.5 percent) are older than 50, of whom 12 are men and 12 women.
Since the Syrian civil war began in mid-March 2011, a total of 2,401 Syrian refugees have been admitted into the U.S. Of those, 2,241 (93.3 percent) were Sunni Muslims, an additional 60 were described simply as “Moslem,” and 13 were Shia.
Only 54 (2.2 percent) were Christian (including five Orthodox, one Greek Orthodox and four Catholics). The remaining religious breakdown was eight Jehovah’s Witness, six Zoroastrians, three atheists, two Baha’i, one Yazidi, seven “no religion” and six “other religion.”
Of the total 2,410 Syrian refugees admitted since March 2011, 659 (27.3 percent) are men aged between 14 and 50…..

Pakistan: Two Ahmadiyya Muslims arrested for calling themselves Muslim

Pakistan: Two Ahmadiyya Muslims arrested for calling themselves Muslim

They were also charged with terrorism for selling Ahmadi books. The bitter irony in all this is that Ahmadiyya spokesmen in the West such as Qasim Rashid and Harris Zafar routinely side with groups holding the same views on Islam as those held by their persecutors in Pakistan, and tar non-Muslim defenders of the Ahmadis as “Islamophobes.”
Ahmadi bookstore owner and manager arrested under blasphemy law,” Rabwah Times, December 12, 2015:
Pakistani authorities have arrested two Ahmadi Muslim men for alleged Blasphemy.
Bookstore owner Abul Shukoor and manager Mazhar Ahmad were arrested Wednesday, Dec. 2 from Ahmadiyya Book Depot in Rabwah. Both men were taken to an unknown location after their arrest.
According to a leaked charge sheet the men were charged under section 298-C of Pakistan’s Penal code. The infamous law prevents members of Ahmadiyya sect from preaching and calling themselves Muslim.
In a surprising turn of events, the two men have also been charged under Pakistan’s Anti Terrorism Act (ATA) of 1997 for the crime of selling books published by the minority Ahmadiyya community. The men have been charged under provision 8 of ATA which carries a prison sentence of up to seven years and under section 298-C they can face an additional three years in jail. Earlier this year in January Shukoor was harassed and had his store vandalized by local police. Before that he was arrested for wearing a ring with a Quranic inscription.
This has come as a shock to the local Ahmadiyya Muslim Community who are often times victim of terror attacks. The provision 8 of the anti-terrorism act was designed to stop sectarian hatred against minorities like the the Ahmadiyya but is being used by extremist clerics to unfairly target members of the Ahmadiyya sect.
In 1974, Pakistan declared the Ahmadiyya sect to be non-Muslim through a constitutional amendment, since then the Ahmadis have faced severe persecution both by the state and by local extremist groups like Khatm-e-Nabuwat.

La Jihad non è nata con l’Isis, ma con l’islam


La Jihad non è nata con l’Isis, ma con l’islam

(di Mauro Faverzani) Ne ha parlato anche la stampa italiana, sia pure senza troppa enfasi, dei bambini brutalmente eliminati dalla ferocia islamica, perché portatori d’handicap. Nei territori siriani occupati dagli jihadisti, almeno 38 piccoli, di età compresa tra la settimana ed i tre mesi, affetti da sindrome di Down e da altre malattie congenite, sono stati uccisi, alcuni per soffocamento, altri con un’iniezione mortale, in ottemperanza alla terribile fatwa emessa contro di loro da Abu Said Aljazrawi, un giudice islamico di origine saudita.
A rivelare al mondo l’abominio consumatosi è stato un abitante di Mosul sul suo blog, dove ha pubblicato anche un video, che mostra un bambino di pochi anni, costretto sulla sedia a rotelle, mentre spiega di esser stato condannato a morte da un’altra fatwa, unicamente a causa della sua malattia. Fatti sconcertanti, senza dubbio. Di una crudeltà e di un’infamia inqualificabile. Che però, si noti, non sono accaduti per ragioni legate al terrorismo in quanto tale, bensì all’esecuzione “tecnica” di una fatwa ovvero di una sentenza giuridica conforme alla legge coranica, quindi basata esclusivamente sulla sharia.
Ma il bersaglio preferito restano i Cristiani. Come Andrew, 5 anni soltanto, sgozzato a Qaraqosh unicamente a causa della propria fede; oppure David, 4 anni, finito allo stesso modo e per lo stesso motivo: l’immagine di suo padre, Adib Elias, di fronte alla chiesa di San Giuseppe di Erbil con la foto del figlio tra le mani è stata rilanciata da tutte le agenzie ed ha commosso il mondo. Nei giorni scorsi il quotidiano Il Foglio ha parlato anche dei quattro bambini decapitati, per essersi rifiutati di abiurare e diventare musulmani.
Un miliziano aveva minacciato il padre di ucciderli, se non avesse pronunciato la formula per la conversione all’islam. Ricatto, cui l’uomo, disperato, si è subito piegato. Poi però l’aguzzino si è rivolto a ciascuno dei piccoli, minacciandoli di morte nel caso non avessero fatto altrettanto. E loro, uno dopo l’altro, si sono rifiutati, dicendo: «Noi amiamo Gesù, abbiamo seguito sempre Gesù, Gesù è sempre stato con noi». Non hanno avuto scampo, sono stati sgozzati senza alcuna misericordia. Il giornale ha riportato le dichiarazioni rilasciate alla Cnn da un leader cristiano, Mark Arabo, per il quale «è in corso un olocausto di cristiani, sistematicamente i bambini vengono decapitati, le madri violentate e uccise, i padri impiccati».
La drammaticità di quanto ha detto Mark Arabo colpisce il giornalista della Cnn, Jonathan Mann, che gli chiede: «Stanno decapitando bambini?». Risposta: «Sistematicamente». Bambini cristiani. A Qaraqosh, culla della cristianità di Ninive, un bambino cristiano di cinque anni di nome Andrew è stato decapitato dall’Isis durante la presa della città. Era stato Canon Andrew White a battezzare il bambino, che portava il nome del sacerdote.
Ha fatto il giro del mondo la fotografia di un padre cristiano, Adib Elias, che di fronte alla chiesa di San Giuseppe di Erbil tiene in mano la fotografia del figlio di quattro anni, David, ucciso dai miliziani islamici. Canon White, che è anche il presidente della Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East, ha raccontato che un tempo la sua chiesa di San Giorgio a Baghdad aveva una congregazione di 1.600 fedeli. «Oggi siamo sessanta». Commenta amaramente Il Foglio: «Le storie dei “bambini iracheni” erano buone per i nostri giornali occidentali, quando essi cadevano vittime delle bombe angloamericane sganciate per liberare Baghdad da Saddam.

Quando a morire sono invece i “bambini cristiani” per mano dell’islamismo, le loro storie sono accolte con una smorfia di sussiego

». Si tratta di un massacro di innocenti con numerosi, tragici precedenti: da tempo i minori sono stati usati, infatti, come scudi umani o come kamikaze. Lo scorso febbraio anche il Comitato per i Diritti dell’Infanzia delle Nazioni Unite ha lanciato l’allarme in merito. Allarme rimasto sostanzialmente inascoltato. Val la pena però evidenziare un dato, finora passato sotto silenzio, soprattutto dai soloni troppo impegnati in inutili distinguo tra islam “moderato” e islam “integralista”: la cristianofobia non è un’esclusiva dell’Isis, di Boko Haram, di al-Qaeda, di al-Nusra o di qualsiasi altra sigla analoga. Non occorre esser terroristi, per praticarla od esserne convinti fautori. È ora di sfatare questa leggenda metropolitana.
È troppo facile attribuire qualsiasi crudeltà ai “cattivi” di turno, come se gli altri ne fossero soltanto inermi spettatori. Sono stati semplici musulmani, infatti, senza etichette o sigle particolari, mossi semplicemente dal loro odio religioso, a tendere un tranello lo scorso 8 dicembre a Ismail Kuloba, un agente di polizia, la cui unica colpa è stata quella di convertirsi dall’islam al Cristianesimo. Come riferito dal Morning Star News, gli è stato richiesto di intervenire con urgenza per una presunta rissa, scoppiata a proposito di un terreno agricolo a Komodo, nella zona est dell’Uganda. Recatosi immediatamente sul posto, è stato colpito con una pietra alla testa da un gruppo di musulmani, che lo hanno poi finito con due proiettili al grido di «Allah akbar».
Ancora: secondo quanto riportato da L’Observatoire de la Christianophobie, lo scorso 9 dicembre, nei pressi del villaggio di Budaka, sempre in Uganda, semplici islamici hanno vigliaccamente rapito i tre figli di Madengo Badir per lo stesso motivo ovvero punire anch’egli del fatto di essersi convertito dall’islam al Cristianesimo. Ciò non è frutto di terroristi esagitati. Perché è ora di dire con chiarezza che la jihad non è nata né con l’Isis, né con al-Qaeda, ma con l’islam. (Mauro Faverzani)