John Paul II Millstone

St. Michael the Archangel tied an 8ftX3ft millstone to the neck of John Paul II in North America at the July 2002 WYD World Youth Day - because JP2 refused to stop his papal army,JP2 Army John Paul II Pedophiles Priests Army. 9/11 WTC attacks 3,000 victims-by 19 Muslims-led by Osama bin Laden, USA Pedophile Priests 15,736 victims victims-by 6,000 rapists-priests- led by John Paul II...JP2 Army was JP2’s Achilles Heel so St. Michael threw him into the depths of Hell- see Paris Arrow's vision

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Danish cartoonist (of Mohammed) drew John Paul II holding up robes of altar boys to expose their BUTTS to SATIATE his bestial PAPAL JP2 Army - John Paul II Pedophile Priests Army who sodomized hundreds of thousands of little boys - with inscription - I am against homosexuality but for pedophilia. Read the vision of Paris Arrow on how Saint Michael the Archangel tied the giant millstone on John Paul II's neck at his last WYD in 2002 -- in the John Paul II Millstone post August 1, 2006. John Paul II's neck broke and Saint Michael threw him into a raging sea of fire... The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for (enough) good men - and good women - to do (and say) nothing. Youths of today, do not be deceived by the pathological lies of the Pope and the Vatican. The Vatican own the Swiss Banks where all moneys from corrupt regimes are hidden and poor peoples and poor countries are therefore perpetually oppressed....ABOLISH ALL VATICAN CONCORDATS THAT USURP BILLIONS OF DOLLARS FROM COUNTRIES that are already BURIED IN DEBTS!!! EXTERMINATE VATICAN MAMMON BEAST -- read our NEW BLOG: POPE FRANCIS the CON-Christ. Pretender &Impostor of Jesus

Friday, May 29, 2009

John Paul II's most unforgiveable sin...Betrayal

The Opus Dei likes to coin the phrase "John Paul II Generation" and John Paul II Priests". Well, lo and behold, the Opus Dei hid under the Vatican carpet all these tens of thousands of victims of the "John Paul II Pedophile Priests Army" and now they are being unearthed. No Opus Dei "sanctification in daily work" can stop these major discoveries of the hidden crimes of their Opus Dei Pope John Paul II. All these sexual abuses were overshadowed by Opus Dei writings published with John Paul II's signatures. What good is Opus Dei’s “Theology of the Body” as thousands of John Paul II priests feasted with demonic lust over little altar boys’ bodies!

John Paul II traveled all over the globe kissing rich babies for photo-ops arranged by Opus Dei. Well, those photos are meaningless now because the children he should have cared for --- as the “Holy Father of Catholics” – should have been the victims of his John Paul II Pedophile Priests Army . But how could John Paul II and the Opus Dei eunuchs see his own pedophiliac army when he was in awe with those tall handsome Swiss Guards day and night at the grandiose Vatican Palace? Yap, Mr. John Paul II and Mrs. St. Josemaria Escriva feasting in Latin menu at the Vatican Palace…while the Jesuits like Jon Sobrino work with the poorest of Christ in El Salvador and in the poorest countries in the world


The Catholic clergy’s most unforgiveable sin... betrayal

By Laurence White

Monday, 25 May 2009

The Ryan Report showed that thousands of children were abused, raped, assaulted and terrorised over a period of three decades in institutions run by the Catholic Church in the Republic of Ireland.

Another report into the activities of deviant priests in the Dublin Archdiocese is to be published soon.

As a Catholic, and as one who grew up at a time when the authority of the Catholic church, certainly in rural areas, was unquestioned in both Northern Ireland and the Republic, such reports make for very uncomfortable reading.

Nothing can ever undo the harm done to the victims, those who were beaten or abused. The sheer random nature of the brutality was summed up for me by one survivor who said: “Sometimes I was beaten for smiling, other times for not smiling”.

The perpetrators were priests, nuns and Christian Brothers. It seems that every institution run by the church had a number of vile brutes among its throng who preyed on the children.

It is almost impossible to comprehend how those children must have felt. They had been handed over to the institutions by the state, or in some cases even their parents because of domestic circumstances. Once there, it seemed, no-one cared what happened to these children. Instead of being cared for they were brutalised.

Worst of all they had no-one to turn to. Their families didn’t know; the state either through the education authorities or social services seemingly didn’t care and the only other figures of authority – the clergy and religious orders – were the perpetrators. Little wonder so many of the children on reaching adulthood fled Ireland, the country that had failed them at every turn.

Given the scale of the abuses, one wonders how they could have gone undetected so long. The shameful fact is that they were known about. The Church knew that it had thugs and paedophiles in its ranks. It moved them about when there was any chance of detection or scandal.

That, for me as a Catholic, is the most unforgivable sin of all. The Church betrayed the children in its care, it betrayed the congregations who followed the faith and it betrayed all the caring decent priests, nuns and brothers who were not party to any abuses.

Those men and women now find themselves tainted with the sins of others because the Catholic hierarchy would not do the decent thing and hand the abusers over to the police voluntarily. That would have sent a powerful message to other abusers and paedophiles who have followed down the years. Instead they also felt the church would protect them and hide their sins.

The laity has also been betrayed. They put their trust in priests and bishops and cardinals and that trust was broken. The laity in the Catholic Church in Ireland has made enormous sacrifices over the years in funding education, new churches and the general running of the church. Does the Catholic hierarchy even now think how much it owes the ordinary men and women of the church and how grievously it has wounded them?

Does it think how its decent priests and religious people feel when they go about their daily work and see the questioning glances of their congregations? People of my generation had great devotion to their faith and great faith in their priests and religion.
One has only to look at the empty pews on any Sunday to see that the devotion is waning among succeeding generations. Can we really blame them?

John Paul II's murder of the soul

John Paul II kept silent for 26 years and most of all, his Opus Dei secretary Navarro-Valls kept silent about the John Paul II Pedophile Priests Army feasting on altar boys’ flesh all over the world. Now that more than 5,600 John Paul II American Pedophile Priests have been exposed, Ireland is up next for exposure. As Jesus said, "For whatever is hidden shall come to light", even the Vatican cannot keep its crimes secret forever.

When we speak we are afraid our words will not be heard or welcomed. But when we are silent, we are still afraid. So it is better to speak. - Audre Lorde

According to the first 7 theologians to protest John Pauil II's canonization in April 2005, see the John Paul II Millstone archive of 2006, South America has hundreds of thousands of victims of the John Paul II Pedophile Priests Army; but they do not have the lawyers and system we have in America and in Europe e.g. Ireland to expose them.

So John Paul II suppressed Liberation Theology and Jon Sobrino because he and then Cardinal Ratzinger were too busy planning for his glorious speedy canonization. Mr. John Paul II and St. Josemaria Escriva, the perfect Vatican couple married in bullsh_t sainthood. All those books and homilies the Opus Dei wrote for JP2 are now thrashed by the legacy of his John Paul II Pedophile Priests Army. Behold Ireland, the most Catholic country that sent missionaries all over the world is now crying to Heaven for vengeance. Opus Dei owns many of Ireland's publishing houses and many Opus Dei members sit as judges in courts!

John Paul II the Great left a hell of a pedophiliac legacy. His papal silence was golden only during his lifetime, he and the Opus Dei thought his papacy was the MOST PERFECT and the longest after St. Peter. After his death all hell broke loose and revealed his hidden crimes. Hail, John Paul II the Pedophiliac Pope! Hail, John Paul II Criminal against Children! Hail, John Paul II the criminal against humanity!

Qoute from this article which defines John Paul II as the "merciless masquerading as the merciful" toward his JPIIPPA victims and to the Jesuits of Liberation Theology like Jon Sobrino -- see B16 God's Rottweiler and John Paul II Pedophile Priests Army for details:

The state protected itself, its agents and servants; the Church protected itself, its agents and servants. Both combined and conspired to protect hideous, monstrous, violent men and women at the expense, not only of those who, as children, were placed into the hands of the merciless masquerading as the merciful, but of Irish society as a whole.

‘It was murder of the soul’

Sunday, May 24, 2009

A terrible legacy is born. What emerges from the publication of the Ryan Commission’s report on the penal system in which thousands of Irish children were incarcerated for long periods of their lives, is that Church and state are still one, still arm in arm, and that they will protect each other, no matter what.

There are many ways in which violence is perpetrated on humans by humans. As Oscar Wilde said, some do it with a kiss, some do it with a sword.

The Irish state does it with a report. Silence is violence, because in that silence is the hurt and the stress caused by denial. The unacknowledged impact of what happened to the children of Ireland will not rest and we will further traumatise generations to come with what the Irish state has done by failing to honour the universal code of natural law.

People will frenzy obsessively, as they have in the past, around the sordid details of sexual abuse. They will look for extreme examples to measure the extent of its brutality.

Sexual assault is merely a term employed to describe parts of the human body and human biology. It belittles, to some extent and, to another extent, sexualises violence for the onlooker and the reader. But for the victim there is no sexual aspect; there is just the extreme violence of the act perpetrated on them. The act is immeasurable, as its impact ebbs and flows and bashes against the coast of the individual’s life, gnawing away at personhood and spirit forever.

When I hear the words sexual abuse, it betrays what happened to me and to countless thousands of other children and adults. I believe it is now time for the phrase ‘sexual abuse’ to be dropped and replaced with a much more realistic definition, more befitting the actual crime, which is an act of extreme violence and murder of the soul.

The report confirms to me in its entirety the overwhelming willingness of the Irish state to offer protection to the perpetrators of inhuman acts on the most vulnerable in our society, children.

These acts were perpetrated, by and large, on one class within Irish society, a class or a community of people regarded as ‘‘God’s unfortunates’’.

The perpetrators convinced themselves of a great untruth: that people in a lower socio-economic group needed their intervention, their charity and their moral guidance. They endlessly sought to corral, close down, disempower and render voiceless this whole section of society.

It is enormously difficult to find your voice in a society that wishes to overwhelm you with the way it wants you to live its version of your life.

For many years, my struggle for a place in Irish society was based on the false principle that, somewhere out there, someone in the state cared and was going to bring truth and honour, justice and consequences, and so give me and others our rightful place as equal citizens in this society.

We looked to the great white hope of the Ryan Commission, and those hopes have been dashed. What is the point in deliberately building a car that won’t work? This was, in effect, the process the Irish state set in train. Thousands of statements of fact were taken, vital evidence of collaboration, of crimes against humanity were gathered by Mr Justice Ryan’s Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse and, instead of being handed to the law enforcement officers of the state, they were rendered impotent, null and useless.

What is printed now - the horror stories - will go down in history as a sort of pornography, the black diaries of the Irish state and its ruling classes and how those classes protected their henchmen and women, those who ran for them a series of what can only be described as inhumane labour camps and child prisons.

All of this was done under the state’s legal system but, in real terms, it had no basis in law. Here, the state has failed to probe how it contained and incarcerated 150,000 children. Before the children arrived in any of these institutions, all their legal, civil and human rights were stripped from them by the state. Throughout their detention, they were violently stripped of every other asset, right down to the core of their humanity.

In the place of the innocence that all children carry was instilled an experience of extreme violence, fear and terror that they would carry throughout their lives and that would permeate down through the generations to their family and community.

What this report has ensured is that the next generation of innocent children will inherit from the Irish state a legacy of brutality and cowardice in place of courage. The world will look and acknowledge that this state, when faced with a choice of bringing criminals to justice, chose to protect them, because those criminals were, after all, its very own.

The state protected itself, its agents and servants; the Church protected itself, its agents and servants. Both combined and conspired to protect hideous, monstrous, violent men and women at the expense, not only of those who, as children, were placed into the hands of the merciless masquerading as the merciful, but of Irish society as a whole.

This report is a further act of violence. I can only look now to the Human Rights Commission to set up a complete independent inquiry as to how the Irish state betrayed all of its citizens and in doing so betrayed the human race. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was trampled on last week by the failure of the Ryan Commission report to use any of its witness statements to bring to justice the perpetrators of crimes against humanity.

Rest assured that this was no mistake and, as the saying goes, this report did indeed do the state some service. Let’s see what the UN has to say about that.

Author and playwright Mannix Flynn spent two years in the late 1960s at Letterfrack Industrial School in Galway

Sunday, May 10, 2009

Help indict John Paul II's LA clone Cardinal Mahony face a new criminal probe


As many of you know, LA's Cardinal Roger Mahony faces a new criminal probe (see articles below).

It would be very helpful to have as many 'letters to the editor 'as possible on this subject.

The rule of thumb: the quicker and the shorter, the better. No need to write more than 4-6 sentences. Just calmly, clearly, simply express your opinion and keep this in the public eye.

Here are just a few of the stories:,0,7839159.story,0,72353.story

Here's where letters can be sent:

Need to remain anonymous? Please consider commenting on line, at the bottom of these articles, without disclosing your name:

(Other publications let you do this too. Just use "google news," type in "Cardinal Mahony," and a number of other articles will appear.)

The national staff is a little overwhelmed. If you have questions please contact your local SNAP leader. Please go to our website, for names and contact information.

Thanks for your help,
Barbara Dorris

Letters to the Editor

Tips to help you get published!

Abuse thrives in secrecy. Media coverage helps end that secrecy. It also emboldens other victims and concerned family members to come forward. Therefore, one easy step survivors can take to help one another is to write letters to the editor (for publication) of newspapers. Here are some tips.
Be brief, be quick and leave your phone numbers. These are the three most important things to remember when writing letters to the editor.

Be brief, because there's a lot of competition for a small amount of space.
Be quick in writing because the best letter in the world won't get run if the newspaper gets it 3 or 4 weeks after the original article it refers to was printed.
Leave your number. Many papers won't print letters unless they can call the author to verify that he or she wrote it. So sign the letter, and leave both your day and evening phone number.

Other tips:

1) Use statistics sparingly. They can get confusing and overwhelming very quickly.

2) Mention an article already printed by the paper. This dramatically increases the chances that your letter will be run.

3) Remember your audience. In most cases you're trying to sway the public, not your adversary. Therefore, you should take pains to seem moderate and fair. This doesn't mean you should be bland. But you should write with the average person in mind, and use phrases and arguments that resonate with them. You don't want John Q. Public to be turned off your rhetoric and think, "Well, both sides are extremists" (as often happens with the abortion issue for example).

4) A catchy first line is helpful. Instead of "I'm writing to respond to the Star Tribune editorial of August 3rd," try "As a gun owner, the August 3rd editorial left me wondering if Star Tribune editorial writers live in the real world."

5) Don't mention criticism that has been leveled against you or your organization. Avoid saying "I am not a crook, thief and a liar as reported in last week's Star Tribune." Better to say "Star Tribune readers wonder who's telling the truth in the controversy over___."

6) Use short punchy sentences. This makes it easier for the reader to follow your thinking and easier for the editor to cut your letter if necessary (and better to have an edited version of your letter printed than none at all).

7) Papers accept letters by fax and email as well as U.S. mail these days. It never hurts to send your letter via both fax and email.

Saturday, May 09, 2009

John Paul II, A Moral, Abject Failure When It Mattered

Benedict XVI and the Opus Dei are working fast to beatify and canonize John Paul II. But the Americans must never call John Paul II a ``saint`` because he led the John Paul II Pedophile Priests Army, now numbering more than 6,000 in USA alone.

A Moral, Abject Failure When It Mattered
Pope John Paul II, 1920-2005

By Gustavo Arellano
OC Weekly
April 8, 2005
[See also other articles by Gustavo Arellano.]

Let's cut the beatitudes: Pope John Paul II was a moral, abject failure when it mattered.

Screw his ecumenical efforts. Never mind his opposition to communism. Forget his apologies for the horrors that the Roman Catholic Church inflicted upon so many of the world's innocent throughout two millennia. All those "breakthroughs" were inevitable, none of them particularly revolutionary, the media spectacles surrounding each vanity and striving after the wind.

Pay attention to the times when the pope, who died on April 2, had the opportunity to right the Catholic Church in the here and now. Pay attention to the Americas. In two of the more profound matters to affect Roman Catholicism during his 25-year reign—the struggle of liberation theology in Latin America during the 1980s and the sex-abuse scandal in the United States—the man born Karol Wojtyla did worse than nothing: he comforted the comfortable and afflicted the afflicted.

This supposed champion of the oppressed, this Vicar of Christ, consistently supported the church where it aligned itself with the despots of the Americas. Last year, he allowed American bishops to publicly declare Democratic presidential nominee and Catholic John Kerry unfit to receive Communion, a blatantly political stance to sway numerous Catholics toward the Republican Party. In Mexico, John Paul II canonized 26 people associated with the Cristeros revolt, the 1920s movement in which the Catholic Church, infuriated by the Mexican government's call to surrender its extensive land holdings, organized parishioners against the government.

But John Paul II's most egregious sin was committed in Latin America. There, during the 1960s, Catholics married Marx's paean to the working class with Jesus radical notion that the meek shall inherit the Earth. With the advent of this liberation theology, the Latin American faithful sighed in relief: the Roman Catholic hierarchy—which had aligned itself with the ruling class in the New World since the time of Columbus—would finally fuse the light of heaven with the struggle of Earth. Now the Church would join the oppressed rather than merely bathe their wounds with the promise of salvation in the afterlife.

The Latin American gentry, understandably, became furious and called upon the United States for funds and troops—the infamous contras and death squads. Soon came the murders of priests, nuns, brothers, parishioners, even bishops—any Catholic who dared question social inequity.

But rather than reprimand these right-wing governments and their henchmen, John Paul II choked the life out of liberation theology. He removed priests and bishops who bravely stood against the marauding forces. In one famous incident, he reprimanded Nicaraguan priest Ernesto Cardenal on national television for his support of the Sandinistas over the Reagan-backed contras and scolded into silence a crowd of parishioners who shouted, "¡Queremos la paz!" ("We want peace!")
John Paul II's defenders will claim that his opposition to liberation theology wasn't because it loved the poor too much, but rather because of its relationship to Marxism, which Wojtyla suffered through as a young priest in Poland. They'll even point out that John Paul II would visit the tomb of Salvadoran Bishop Oscar Romero, the most prominent practitioner of liberation theology, who was shot through the heart by a government sniper's bullet while saying Mass in 1980. At Romero's shrine in 1983, the pontiff remarked the bishop was a "zealous and venerated pastor who tried to stop violence. I ask that his memory be always respected and let no ideological interest try to distort his sacrifice as a pastor given over to his flock."

But that was all flapping lips. While Romero lived, John Paul II reprimanded him thrice in private, once even asking him to align himself with the Salvadoran dictatorship; Romero refused, calling such a request "unjust." Shortly after Romero died, a Washington Post columnist gasped that "the pope's outrage was so muted that it was taken as a political statement of its own." And while John Paul II rewarded other, lesser Catholics with sainthood, Romero isn't so much as beatified, even though his shrine in San Salvador includes crutches, photographs, testimonies—the witness of thousands.

When the opportunity was there, John Paul II spat on the graves of martyrs. Consider Fernando Saenz Lacalle, a member of the ultra-conservative Catholic lay organization Opus Dei. In 1996, John Paul II appointed Lacalle as the archbishop of San Salvador, the very position Romero once held. Shortly after assuming the bishopric, Lacalle accepted the post of honorary brigadier general in the Salvadoran military—the very military that covered up the rape and murder of four American nuns in 1980. When Pope John Paul II visited the country in 1996 for Lacalle's installation, both refused to visit the tomb of six Jesuits murdered by the Salvadoran military in one gruesome night in 1989. Most outrageously, Lacalle asked for and received a $2 million donation for a brand-new cathedral from the Republican Nationalist Alliance (known by its Spanish acronym, ARENA), the coalition whose founder, Roberto D'Aubuisson, allegedly ordered Romero's assassination personally and routinely declared his admiration for Hitler.

"While the church seeks the political, social and economic liberation of the downtrodden, its primary goal is the spiritual one of liberation from evil," the Vatican said in a 1986 statement. By then, its inaction had already led to the murders of hundreds of thousands of Central Americans and the forced migrations of millions. More tellingly, the withdrawal of the Roman Catholic Church from an active role in the Latin American struggles of the 1980s led to a region-wide exodus into Protestantism that continues to this day.

Shortly after the popes 1996 visit, one Salvadoran Jesuit summed up John Paul II's influence over Latin America in an open letter to one of his slain fellow Jesuits:
"Our church has changed, Ellacu. I dont know if you would recognize in her the church of Monsignor Romero, the church that gave voice to the voiceless and the one that reminded us of Jesus of Nazareth. . . . She doesn't cause many stirs anymore. The powerful don't feel she is a threat, and I don't know if the poor find in her help and refuge. I think our church is seen more often than necessary standing beside the powerful of this world."

Closer to home, Catholics should remember John Paul II's ignorance of what's shaping up to be his Church's spiritual genocide—the priestly sex-abuse scandal. His defenders will mention that what the pope told the 12 American cardinals who visited the Vatican in 2002—"There is no place in the priesthood and religious life for those who would harm the young"—was penance enough.

That was too little, too late. By then, the pope already knew. He knew as early as 1985, when Tom Doyle, a priest with the Vatican Embassy in Washington, helped author a confidential report alerting American Catholic officials about the pederast storm on the horizon. He knew as early as 1990 that bishops were advising one another to send potentially incriminating documents to the Apostolic Delegate, the papal representative to the Catholic Church in the United States, because the office has diplomatic immunity. He knew in 1993, when he first addressed the American sex-abuse scandal by accusing the media of treating his prelates' cover-up "as an occasion for sensationalism."

He knew! Last year, he propped up former Boston Cardinal Bernard Law with a cushy job in St. Peter's Square—the same Law who resigned in 2002 lest the feds make him sing about his role in the rape of children! John Paul II opposed the zero-tolerance policies that American bishops installed in 2002 to ensure that child rapists would never officiate over Mass again! John Paul II never removed scoundrels such as Los Angeles Cardinal Roger Mahony and Orange Bishop Tod D. Brown from their posts despite their active shielding of child-molesting priests from the law. In fact, many of these scoundrels—demons such as Mahony, Law and the entirety of the United States' delegation of cardinals—will vote soon on John Paul II's successor, ensuring that their patron's twisted policies will endure.

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In my cubicle, I have a silver medallion of Pope John Paul II—of course I do. But I place it in a specific spot—away from my rosary, away from a Virgin of Guadalupe Christmas display, away from my statue of the Santo Nio de Atocha, away from my baptism photo. I keep the medallion directly above an excerpt from the Book of Gomorrah, the landmark study by Saint Damian in which he warned Pope Leo IX of the sex-abuse scandal in the 11th Century.

One passage sticks out in particular:

For Truth says, Whoever scandalizes one of these little ones, it were better for him to have a great millstone hung around his neck and to be drowned in the depths of the sea. Unless the strength of the Apostolic See intervenes as soon as possible, there is not doubt but that this unbridled wickedness, even though it should wish to be restrained, will be unable to stop on its headlong course.
And on this note, Pope John Paul II meets Christ.

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