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AMAZON’S DESCRIPTION OF INFILTRATION

It took nearly two millennia for the enemies of the Catholic Church to realize they could not successfully attack the Church from the outside. Indeed, countless nemeses from Nero to Napoleon succeeded only in creating sympathy and martyrs for our Catholic Faith.

That all changed in the mid-19th century, when clandestine societies populated by Modernists and Marxists hatched a plan to subvert the Catholic Church from within. Their goal: to change Her doctrine, Her liturgy, and Her mission.

In this captivating and carefully documented book, Dr. Taylor Marshall pulls back the curtain on their nefarious plan, showing how these enemies of Christ strategically infiltrated the seminaries, then the priesthood, then the episcopacy, and eventually the cardinal-electors – all with the eventual goal of electing one of their own as pope.

You’ll come to see that the seemingly endless scandals plaguing the Church are not the result, as so many think, of cultural changes, or of Vatican II, but rather the natural consequences of an orchestrated demonic plot to destroy the Church.

In these gripping pages, you’ll discover:

• How popes of the 1800s discovered a plot to infiltrate the Church
• How theologians suspected of being Modernists became Vatican powerbrokers.
• How modifications in Catholic canon law enabled predator priests like Theodore McCarrick to stay in positions of power.
• How Our Lady of La Salette gave a prophetic warning of the plot to infiltrate the Church.
• How the chief architect of liturgical reforms was discovered to be a Freemason.
• Archbishop Fulton Sheen’s role in exposing the Communist infiltration of the priesthood.
• How the confusing history of the Third Secret of Fatima relates to the infiltration of the Catholic Church.
• That Pope Paul VI explained that Vatican II was not infallible.
• How Pope Paul VI revoked the voting rights of cardinals over 80, thus guaranteeing that all voting cardinals were appointed by him.
• How the criteria for sainthood shifted from a person’s historical acts to his personal beliefs.
• The complex roots of the St. Gallen Mafia and how they plotted to modify Catholic doctrine and elect Pope Francis.

From the Inside Flap

It took nearly two millennia for the enemies of the Catholic Church to realize they could not successfully attack the Church from the outside. Indeed, countless nemeses from Nero to Napoleon succeeded only in creating sympathy and martyrs for our Catholic Faith.

That all changed in the mid-19th century, when clandestine societies populated by Modernists and Marxists hatched a plan to subvert the Catholic Church from within. Their goal: to change Her doctrine, Her liturgy, and Her mission.

In this captivating and carefully documented book, Dr. Taylor Marshall pulls back the curtain on their nefarious plan, showing how these enemies of Christ strategically infiltrated the seminaries, then the priesthood, then the episcopacy, and eventually the cardinal-electors “€” all with the eventual goal of electing one of their own as pope.

You’ll come to see that the seemingly endless scandals plaguing the Church are not the result, as so many think, of cultural changes, or of Vatican II, but rather the natural consequences of an orchestrated demonic plot to destroy the Church.

About the Author

Dr. Taylor Marshall earned a Ph.D. in Philosophy at the University of Dallas with his dissertation titled “Thomas Aquinas on Natural Law and the Twofold Beatitude of Humanity.” He is a best-selling author of eight books including: The Eternal City: Rome & the Origins of Catholic Christianity (Saint John Press, 2012), The Crucified Rabbi: Judaism and the Origins of Catholic Christianity (Saint John Press, 2009), The Catholic Perspective on Paul (Saint John Press, 2010), and Thomas Aquinas in 50 Pages: A Layman’s Quick Guide to Thomism (Saint John Press, 2014). He has also published fictional works.

Dr. Marshall and his wife live in Texas with their eight children. He is the Founder of both the New Saint Thomas Institute and the Troops of Saint George.

PAY SAYS

Taylor Marshall comes across to me as a man with a compartmentalised intelligence.

He obviously has enough intellectual ability to gain Ph.D.

But it is contrary to all true intelligence and knowledge to believe so absolutely in conspiracy theories.

The problem with the RCC did not start 100 years ago with the Freemasons.

It started 1700 years ago when the organised Christian Community chose a Roman emperor- Constantine – over Christ the King.

Then the Roman Empure Mk 11 was born.

And it’s been downhill ever since.

It was a grave mistake to place human tradition at the same level as Divine Revelation.

It was a grave mistake to make the Bishop of Rome – Christ upon earth.

It was a grave mistake to place canon law on the same level as the New Testament.

It was a grave mistake to become so solidly a part of the global establishment.

The Church will not be “restored” by the likes of the SSPX etc, or by the return of the Tridentine liturgy.

It will be restored when believers abandon the man made empire and find again the Jesus of the New Testament, His early NT community etc.

Jesus, the Scriptures and the Sacraments are THE BIG TOP.

Everything else is a side show of candy floss, snake oil peddlers and magicians with nothing substantial to offer.

“But men have shown that they prefer the darkness to the light”.

Taylor Marshall, God bless him, is no replacement for Jesus, in my humble opinion.

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68 replies on “US CONSERVATIVE RC CONSPIRACY THEORIST.”

The lunatic wants to take over the asylum.
He’s North American; he’s a convert to Roman Catholicism…as it was more than sixty years ago; he’s a conservative on the ‘Culture Wars Spectrum’ (supports Trump); and he’s…a lunatic that wants to take over the asylum.
Now seriously, what other outcome were you expecting?😕
Did I say he’s a pea in the same pod as Michael Voris?😅

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these converts think they are in a Dan Brown novel. Years ago I went on a vocation discernment weekend. One of the lads – David – had converted a year earlier. He was off his nut! kept ranting on about how the Devil was among us and putting deceit in our hearts, and that the third secret of Fatima was yet to be revealed. Coincidently, England were playing an international friendly and David was politely taken aside and told to shut up

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This is more Catholic craziness unhelpfu l to anything. I agree that Uber liberals can screw stuff up and have but these cryptic conspiracy sensational conservatives misdiagnose and deny many causes and effects.
Christian living has been reduced to a Socratic dialogue of spin and out smarting trickery. Unhelpful. FACT. Clerical Sexual Assaulting has been a problem since the 200/300’s. Modernity with morals is a Good thing. Shall we glorify Pre Galileo times? Ignore political insights of the Enlightenment? She’d Scientific thinking? I lean toward Bishop Pat with this.
It does nothing to get at the real
Problems of Catholicism or any other Denomination which parallels it. It’s corruption, It’s Authoritarianism for authority sake, it’s deceit and pious trickery. It’s worldliness over
Internalized Religous morality and integrity.

It’s not the Templars, Russia or
crazy organized pious cults.

Come on…

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I wouldn’t be surprised if Marshall in the future will end up like in a similar situation as the former evangelical pastor Ted Haggard did.

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After Constantine came the enforcer for Arianism, Constantius II, then Julian who wanted to enforce syncretism, then soon after that the thuggery under Theodosius. But part of the problem in the concept of state involvement in religion stemmed not only from Constantine but from his predecessors who launched the General Persecutions.
As blog audience we are from such a gamut of experiences – thriving almost without what is usually considered Church despite being stated to be in it like me, to severely oppressed by unworthy manifestations of it like many of you. I’ve seen the intellectual grip of the Roman authorities plummet and disappear, but the foundations for that were laid centuries before my time. Fleecing of the Germans after the Black Death, followed by Jesuitry, and Trent rigidity, being the thin end of the wedge. Roman religion is based on an unthought out concatenation of flips and flops.
The birth control battle was lost in about 1920 and that around orientations circa 1940. The generation whom the Cure of Ars and St J H Newman strengthened got wiped out in the Great War, just as three of my grandparents enquired. Like the other “converts” mentioned, they didn’t get official church attention either. Rome didn’t teach us to pray for each other and the world. Belief got dispensed with. (tbc)

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(contd) The vacuum has been the proliferating ground for the disastrous high demand movements from “Knights” onwards. Rome itself launched several rival systems of lies (not only on liturgy). Your particular Oratory Society solves most problems by not being Roman. We are supposed to each have our own political views as citizens, not as figments in PF’s or JP II’s army machine any more than in that of the Uxbridge Uebermensch.
I would no more believe the so-called “third” secret (they are all ill understood; incidentally no-one told me Fatima even existed till I was in my 30s) has been revealed than that it hasn’t: I am not bound by false dichotomies; would you leave your children to be minded by those who claim it has? As for “discernment” and “clergy” and “clergy training” and “vocation” we have examined the shakiness in all those in recent weeks. Good job I was never remotely curious about any of those: I already have my vocation, gifts and charisms, under Christ and Holy Spirit, to be me.
The Popes and Dicasteries don’t have to be on board. When they get back on board I might be Roman again. The RCC embodies rigid wishy washiness. It has no principle of principle for me or you to responsibly apply. This, and the abolition by it of prayer and belief, is why in the RCC there is no togetherness for most single or married alike. Your identical Egans and Oakleys have nothing for me (as was foretold when I enquired, 45 years ago, but I wouldn’t listen). PF abolished subsidiarity which is why he is identical to the worldly tyrants.

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Boring, boring, boring…..do we really care about these conspiracy right wing looney nutters ? It’s clear that their obsessions come from deep rooted psychological and psychiatric problems in them, which have found fertile fields in religion. They need to be pitied and ignored.
When people start banging endlessly about a particular minority interest issue, it is usually an indication of some underlying malaise with the person. We have already released so many times on this blog about those who go on about sexuality, in particular homosexuality, and how that is a clear indication of their own problems in that area, unresolved issues of sexuality in their lives, and hatred and anger that comes from some deep unresolved source. Generally speaking, I ignore them. They are minority, fringe and should not be given the oxygen of publicity. They are to be pitied.

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Father David Marsden is a case in point ! He needs to be kept away from young seminarians. Dangerous stuff and dangerous man. Let him swan around the right wing fringe group meetings talking about homosexuality and masturbation if that keeps him busy, but please, dear Bishops, do not employ this man anywhere near those who are in formation.

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Fr Jonathan Morris who left the priesthood is now getting married in New York with Dolan as celebrant, and if that’s not shocking, wait for it…..he’s getting married to a woman. An actual woman. My gaydar is way off

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Wait and see for the propaganda message that is being woven through this news, as if to “prove” that traditionalist priests are really straight all along, and the gay plague is down to liberal attitudes, so nothing to do with a penchant for lace. As for Dr Marshall, quite hot in his day and he obviously knows it. One cannot help that producing eight kids is also making a statement.

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In the old days, a priest who left and got married was required to have a quiet wedding, solemnised outsider the home diocese, preferably, and certainly not in a major cathedral in front of a cardinal.

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Actually I knew someone who had been both ordained and later married by non other than the arch conservative Cyril Cowderoy of Southwark. Sometimes these old monsters of the past were not so bad compared with the charlatans of today. Heenan was the best of them.

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To judge from his remarks on aeroplanes (a favourite transport of Argentinian authorities), PF should never have been allowed near a church!

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How did he get a dispensation in one year though? Is it dependent on age, reason for leaving, who you know? Interested as my neighbour is in the process for 3 years already.

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Is Bishop Robert Barron’s little – or rather very hunky – helper, Joey Gloor, planning on getting married and producing the requisite Catholic family yet? I have seen no sign of it, though he has been a very busy bee assisting and accompanying Father. Many of us would like a Joey in our lives. Must be great being a Bishop.

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I think there’s a correlation of intelligence to paranoid delusion: the more intelligent and creative one is, the grander, and historically more panoramic the delusion. And Dr Taylor has the daddy of them all. It’s apocalyptic stuff, and it wouldn’t look out of place in the Book of Revelation, its author, too, a delusional paranoiac (probably from consuming too much of the psychedelic fungi that grew on Patmos at the time).
But even Lucifer knows that he cannot defeat Christ, and destroy the Church. He may have a chip on his shoulder, but he’s no fool, so he couldn’t be planning to do the impossible, just the probable. And this (if there really is an eschatological showdown between Heaven and Hell) would be much more modest and achievable than Taylor Marshall’s grand plan: it is only to damage the Church, not to destroy it.
Now Lucifer isn’t averse to flattery (it is, after all, what landed him in trouble with The Boss in the first place), but it has its bounds. And Dr Taylor has gone way beyond them, but much to most people’s amusement.😅

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12.30
WEDDINGS AT THE ORATORY

I am discussing all weddings with my local government registrar.
All wedding are taking place in the open air weather permitting.
If it’s raining, the bride and groom and the two witnesses sit two metres apart in The Oratory.
At all times I’m 10 to 15 feet away from everyone.
Open air weddings can have guests all observing distancing according to NI rules.
I spray The Oratory before event and after every event.
I provide hand sanitizer to all entering and leaving.
I am not attending any wedding reception or standing in for photographs at all.

In consultation with the registrar, I am only allowing 9 people, including the bride and groom to attend even outdoor weddings.

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Pat, on the island of Ireland only 1000 people have died of Covid, that is out of a population of nearly 5 million people. Many of those who sadly passed away were dying of something else anyway and happened to have Covid when they passed. A friend of mine works in a hospice one of the patients had terminal cancer with not long to live, he tested positive for Covid with no symptoms and died a few days later, cause of death was put down as Covid when it should have been cancer. I have worked throughout this pandemic, I sanitise may hands regularly, I have not been sick, nor do I know anyone who has. Government propaganda fills the airwaves trying to terrify people, I think it is like Germany in the 30’s when the Nazi’s came to power. The government has completely over reacted and is trying to justify it’s actions.
The job losses, business closures, depression and misery caused by this lockdown are being ignored completely, along with the years of recession and austerity that lie ahead. I am sure that the death toll from this will far exceed the toll from Covid.
You, like me are approaching the final furlong in life, I have never met you Pat but I have followed your career with interest, you are a man with a lot left to give, don’t spend your remaining years cocooning in the oratory, ignore the propaganda, take appropriate precautions and live your life!
There is no cure for this, we are all going to get it, the health service can’t cope with everyone getting it at the same time, all they are trying to do is slow it down, regardless of the cost to the economy or the population. 99.9% of us will be ok.

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I agree 100% about this ludicrous covid panic. My wife goes to daily Mass and there’s an usher at the door wearing a plastic gown, everyone is spaced out throughout the building and all wearing masks. I do not know anyone who has had it or who knows anyone who had it. The people who died were at at death’s door in nursing home and people like them would have died every year, except that we had flu jabs.
Society will have to just accept that it’s in the bacground and will affect a tiny minority, just as when TB and smallpox was circulating, and people didn’t have lockdown then. The economy is destroyed, no opportunites for the young, education and mental health shredded, all to save a few hundred 85 year olds with terrible quality of life in nursing homes.

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I absolutely agree with you @2:20. The incompetent UK government is only interested in covering its back, and it now suits its own purposes to present the NHS as the new state-sanctioned religion. Statistics re COVID deaths are edited and misrepresented. As a recent study in the German state of Saxony, which had reopened schools early, the risk to children is minimal.

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2.20, what a wise and truthful post! If only we had here more contributions of the kind.

There is no 100% reliable test for the particular coronavirus that causes Covid-19, SARS-CoV-2.

There are literally loads of coronaviruses, and the tests can pick up those other than the virus that causes Covid-19. Nevertheless, deaths are being attributed to the virus anyway, even when this may not be the case.

The numbers worlwide supposedly dying of Covid-19, the disease caused by SARS-CoV-2, are probably highly inflated through ignorance and over-cautiousness

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Futrther to my post at 3.01, researchers have criticised the way figures for Covid-19 deaths are calculated in England. In all other parts of the UK, anyone who tests positive for SARS-CoV-2 is assumed to have recovered 28 days later. But in England this is not so. If someone tests positve for the virus today and is run over by a bus in six weeks time, the death will still be listed as a Covid-19 fatality.
Experts are not infallible.

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But bishop. correct if I am wrong and please do. but didn’t you put a picture on here recently of you preforming a wedding for a couple form County Cork, during the actual lockdown process, where no travel whatsoever was permitted in either jurisdiction. I am 100% open to correction and will apologise if I am wrong.

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That particular wedding had been postponed several times because of Covid. Eventually the regulations were relaxed and I was able to celebrate the wedding in the outdoors with a handful present. I discussed it with the registrar and it went ahead because of a very confidential difficulty. The couple had to cancel their planned wedding of 150 guests and one car containing members of one household only was present.

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2.20: A very fatalistic appraisal of the CORONAVIRUS reality and the consequences of getting it. We cannot allow profits or the commercial and financial markets overlook the medical and scientific truths and potential dangers of a complete lifting of restrictions. There are serious consequences if we are forced back into a lockdown. The mental well veing of many at the moment is almost beyond our capacity to cope but we must put pressure on mental health services. All kinds of businesses are receiving money; the psychological services should be to the forefront now with sufficient money. This lockdown is not good for anyone or for our country but I would hate to be diagnosed with covid 19. We still need to act carefully and responsibility for the good and health of all.

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You’re welcome Bishop. I am very fond of you. have a pleasant evening. I going to be spending it with my boyfriend and his brother. we are a gay couple also.

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Is Marcus Stock a laughing stock? That question was asked on Twitter in relation to Edmund Adamus’s post about the Leeds diocese deacon who had a civil partnership.

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C Butler is an oldish man with a well established career. But I am very perturbed about the way Alex B, who was young and self-employed, has not only been targetted by the public, but is being used badly by two powerful dioceses.

It is to be hoped Alex’s extra qualifications will be not be for office jobs. None of the others should be so silly as to use “twitter” anyway; but Alex surely needed to advertise his photography products.

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Adamus is the laughing stock. Maybe the deplorable state of the UK he describes has other causes – priests leaving to get married who don’t want to vacate the high moral ground.

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There will be more laughing stick when Fr I don’t do chesp and Fr Goldielock celebrates their future civil partnership.

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Can’t wait for it! The love declaration made a few days ago on Pat’s blog says everything.

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CATHOLIC TRUTH SCOTLAND

AN ANSWER FOR CECILIA

haven’t been able to visit your blog for a couple of days, so haven’t seen that.​ I have no idea who this Cecilia person is – I can’t have blocked her because I don’t know who she is and have nobody who has registered on our blog with that name.

Sounds to me like he/she’s fishing and probably on behalf of the person who insisted that I remove his videos – one Peter Mackin.​ Long story… ​ ​ You are welcome to tell her that I removed his videos at his request.​ Or if you prefer I do it, let me know and I will do

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Thank you, +Pat. I didn’t know they had to be taken down and have no connection with whoever was behind it. But thank you for playing go between with ‘the Editor’. She was true to form in her unpleasant response.

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2.41: I trust the medical and scientific data before your layman’s opinions. We are fortunate that our DEATH RATE is not much higher: that’s because we took necessary, drastic decisions last March. As a priest, the amount of time, energy and financial outlay to have the church prepared according to guidelines is draining in every way. Despite absolute adherence, with all our trained stewards, there are those who have complained because of our protocols. I am only following directives given and I accept them, though inconvenient from many perspectives. I do not think we should engage in disputing the given number of deaths from covid 19: in our parish from end of March through April and May, we had 22 deaths from covid 19. I would not like to have to go through the same restrictions ever again as the grief was almost unbearable and I found all those funerals very traumatic and challenging. In the midst of all these deaths, I’ve also officiated at three very tragic funerals of men who were unable to cope. So, however inconvenient our restrictions are, I believe the medical and scientific analysis and will follow their protocols.

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You are too trusting in “the science”, Father. This is modelling and no more hard empirically based science than is theology – or for that matter economics. We are being terrified by “experts” who by they own admission err on the side of safety-first. I am, by the way, no anti-Baxter or climate change denier, where research and observation are irrefutable. This is not the case in COVID modelling where there is a scandalous lack of transparency. As in some parody of Orwell’s Animal Farm – itself a parody – we are simply instructed to trust the experts.

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Well said, the experts haven’t a clue particularly the one looking for a covid free island? What does he want us to do, close the borders, let the economy grind to a standstill and watch us starve to death?

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5.07: Since you and others, impatient, postulate your theories, un-academically, both medically and scientifically, I will follow the “experts”. I know it may be inconvenient and a disaster economically, but do you want us to return to phase two which was so restrictive and a huge psychological burden for many, many people, apart from the immeasurable grief in the death of lived ones in the most awful circumstances of isolation, pain and fear. If certain categories of people practised a little self restraint, concern for others and some cop on, we may have moved forward to phase 4. I have witnessed too many sad funerals from mid March – May that I would not wish a repeat of these deeply upsetting and sad moments. It is traumatic for all concerned. Were it not for the advice and swift action of our “experts” we’d have had a horrendous death toll.

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I disagree Sir. The virus is going to be around for a long time. There is no vaccine, it will be like TB was in this country at the start of the last century. Everyone is going to get the virus, the people who sadly are going die from it are going to die from it anyway, it is just a matter of time. What about the three men who died as a result of the lockdown, their deaths were not inevitable. My friend had a cancerous tumor in his lung some years ago, he had it removed and was in good health till just before the lockdown when he was diagnosed with a tumor in his other lung. He is still awaiting the operation to remove it because of the lockdown, it is still growing in his lung, he is now experiencing shortness of breath as a result. He will most likely die as a result of lockdown. the country is borrowing billions that will have to be paid back.

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Och Pat, wee hen, are ye still gonna hae the wee Scottie day on July 22nd? Och aye the noo, all the wee Scotties are besides their wee selves wi’ th’excitement. Tha canny wait, Pat. Wee Inspector Hamish McTeggart has ready such tales of the purest misery, desolate sorrow, inconsolable grief and the deepest, blackest despair, Pat. Och aye, Pat, all yar wee bloggies will be ringing the Helplines on tha 23rd, so thay wull. Ma sell, Pat, ah’ll be sittin waiting fae early morn’ wi’ a few wee drams and a day’s stawk o’ tatties and neeps. Och aye the noo, Pat. Brae’ it on noo Brigadoon right up yer kilt.

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Pat, when ye meet a visitor tae Larne fra Scotland, it wud dae ye nae herm tae get tae grips wie twarthree wurds an phrases Inspector Taggart and The Editor wud bae apt tae use whin they’re taakin tae ye.
1. Whit’s wrang wie ye? Ir ye loast? What is the matter? Are you lost?
2. Ir ye lukkin somewhir swanky ir jest a plaice tae pit yer heid doon? Do you seek a hotel or simply somewhere to lay your head down?
3. Thons naw a bad plaice ower thonner. That is a quite reasonable place over there.
4. Ye mean ye’r lyin oot aa nicht? Is yer heid cut? You mean you are sleeping in a tent/outdoors? Are you sane?
5. The Causey isnae aa that bad but it wud blaw the heid aff ye, mine ye. The Giant’s Causeway is fine but can be somewhat windy, mind.
6. Whit schuil did ye go tae? I am trying to ascertain your religion by deducing it from the school you attended.
7. Ye wull fin Drumalis ower thon wye but its in joogins, mine ye. Drumalis is over that way but it is in need of repair.
8. Whit dae ye mean Ulster Scotch? We aa taak Inglish aboot here. What do you mean Ulster Scots? We are English speakers here.
9. Mine thon burn fur the kye haes shat the hale lenth o it! Beware of the small river as effluent from cattle is present in it.
10. If ye stye roon here much langer ye’ll bae ready fur the big hoose afore lang! If you do not leave this area shortly you may be committed to an assylum!
This isnae bae onie means an exhaustive list o ullans wurds – mair a kine o hitch hikers guide tae the hame lan. Thaur wull bae mair added tae it afore lang.

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Does no one recognise the cultic character of Dr Taylor Marshall’s conspiracy scaremongering? This is not just an egotrip for Marshall; it’s also a gambit for power over others. And at its centre is not Christ, nor the good of the Church, but the aggrandisement of men like Marshall.

Throughout history, those who have sought power over others have first made them afraid, and then have offered themselves, through their theses or ideologies, as the remedy. Mussolini and Hitler did it in the thirties; the Roman Catholic Church has nearly always done it; Joseph McCarthy did it in the fifties; Jim Jones did it in Guyana in the late seventies; and now Taylor Marshall is doing it.

If someone is trying to frighten you, he may be trying to control you. Tread carefully around these people, and then 🎵walk on by🎶.🙋

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Marshall boldly describes his research: ‘In a way, it’s a history book.’ That is quite a claim, because I would have said it was more historical fiction.

It is hard to take this self-puff with anything other than wry amusement, when you read in it, for example, that Nero and Napoleon tried but failed to destroy the Catholic Church from the outside. No, neither failed, because neither was motivated in any such way: Nero simply, though cruelly, scapegoated only Roman Christians for his vanity project, the destruction and rebuilding of parts of Rome as a monumental tribute to his self-imagined greatness; and Napoleon sought only to break the back of institutional Church power and tyranny. And who today would blame him for trying? Imagine the bright future, especially for vulnerable children, had he succeeded.

It is, as a poster said earlier, the stuff of a Dan Brown fantasy novel. And provided one takes it on that level, no harm will come to him.

One thing in particular struck me about Marshall’s thesis, and it is also its Achille’s heel. If the Church pre-conspiracy to destroy it from within was so edifyingly good, then why did the conspirators, Italian Freemasons of the 19th century, have to meet in secret? Was it a precaution to prevent their secular humanist intrigue from being betrayed and scuppered? Not exactly. It was because those edifyingly good churchgoers might have slaughtered the lot of them on discovery.

No need here for fanciful conspiracy, and machiavellian subterfuge: the seed of internal decay in the Church was already and long planted, and was beginning to yield its harvest even back then.

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The Communards – Never can say goodbye. (Well… Bags are being packed 🙄).
My mum is alot better this last week and I mself have been somewhat more optimistic… although it will take time to heal properly.
Angels really do exist and that is a beautiful thing.
Praise ye the Lord for His angels x

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Remember, Bp Pat, that old fagbagger from CTS does not allow anonymous comments on her revolting blog, so I don’t know why you’re having some sort of joint-fag-bashing day on the 22nd.

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