Thursday, May 14, 2015

Pamela Geller on Vatican Treaty: "This is a Massive Betrayal of Israel and All Free People, and an Endorsement of the Genocidal 'Palestinian' Jihad Against the Jews"

Munich, 1972: A Palestinian nation builder

One-hundred-and-fifty years ago (and for over a thousand years before that) the Catholic Church actually had a state. And it did more than just mint postage stamps. It had soldiers and courts and taxes and everything.

Now, that "state" is for most practical purposes non-existent. And it has been reduced to making treaties with other non-existent states.

Such as "Palestine".

The Vatican recently announced it would recognize and sign a treaty with the state of Palestine--a fictional entity that the terrorist Palestinian Liberation Organization would like to actualize.

How many Jews did you kill at the Munich Olympics, Johnny Palestine?

And I was worried about a kissing scandal.

Let's listen to Pamela Geller, one of the great heroines of our time:
This is a massive betrayal of Israel and all free people, and an endorsement of the genocidal “Palestinian” jihad against the Jews. A “State of Palestine” will no more bring peace than did the Israeli withdrawal from Gaza: just as with Gaza, a “State of Palestine” will just become another jihad base. The Vatican has every reason to know that. The “Palestinians” on their official media outlets make no secret of their goal of wiping out Israel and killing Jews wholesale. 
Now the Vatican has signed on to that.
The current leftist Pope is supposedly utterly opposed to the very real anti-semitism of a small segment of rightest traditionalists. "Interfaith" dialogues and prayers are held with Rabbis (and Imams) on consecrated Catholic grounds--including inviting Jewish priests (and Imams) to preside at the very alters that contain the relics of the Christian martyrs.

But the Vatican has just endorsed the cause of those who wish to destroy the Jewish state.

One might be forgiven for thinking that in practice, liberal Catholicism and the most right-wing Jewish conspiracy-obsessed SSPX offshoots now agree on one thing. It's a recurrently popular philosophical claim with a venerable pedigree:

Stick it to the Jews.

At least the SSPX offshoots are more honest about it.

Every Sunday and (when I am not lazy) on other days, I attend a Traditional Latin Mass that begins with these words from Psalm 42:
Priest: Judge me, O God, and distinguish my cause from the unholy nation, deliver me from the unjust and deceitful man. 
Server: For Thou, O God, art my strength, why hast Thou cast me off? And why do I go about in sadness, while the enemy afflicts me? 
Priest: Send forth Thy light and Thy truth: they have conducted me and brought me unto Thy holy mount, and into Thy tabernacles. 
Server: And I will go unto the altar of God: to God, Who gives joy to my youth.
God chose to reveal Himself first to the Jews and the Jewish nation. How fitting that the current Church on Earth--which, while refusing to kneel to God, advocates kneeling to individual men--has chosen to betray His first chosen nation.

O God...distinguish my cause from the unholy nation, deliver me from the unjust and deceitful man.

He will, of course.

That should bring comfort to some. And (if they have eyes to see) trepidation to many more.


  1. I was upset when I saw this story, but came across articles indicating that references to the "State" of Palestine started under Benedict XVI (see link below). Not sure what to think.

    1. There is a major difference between a Pope showing support for Statehood and ACTUALLY making a treaty with a non-existent state.
      Let's not fool ourselves. One is words, one is action.

  2. I agree. As much as I love Benedict, he bears a bit of responsibility too...

  3. The Catholic Church has a long history of betrayal. Look at the deal they cut with the Nazi's during WW2 to remain neutral.

    1. I would disagree with you on that, Brian. I think Pius XII acted appropriately. If you've read some some of the attacks on him, there's a (in my view) convincing literature on the other side that rebuts that. The former Rabbi of Rome (who converted to Catholicism in 1947?) was one of his greatest supporters. We're not all bad. :)

  4. Just another development to confirm my belief in Francis sedevacantism.

    Seattle kim

    1. Yes, but here's the thing that history (at the least) has taught us: there can be bad popes. That the seat is occupied by a bad pope doesn't mean it's not occupied.

  5. Many of us believe that "the Joy of the Gospel" confirmed that he is a manifest heretic and thus rendering him an antipope.
    And yes, of course there have been 'bad' popes----perhaps a few smoldering below us.

    One thing about the SSPX-----at least they pray for the conversion if the Jews.

    Seattle Kim

    1. I'm rereading that encyclical now. It's worse than I thought. And as some have pointed out it contains at least one obvious (and pretty important) error. Does that make Francis a heretic? I don't know. It seems that he didn't even really write the thing...