Wednesday, December 03, 2014

Facebook blocks me for exposing the pro-abortion, pro-sodomy Cleghorn Neighborhood Center

Cary Bogue, owner of the Facebook page entitled "Catholics and
Protestants United Against Christian
Discrimination, has said, "We all know Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is an avowed atheist, pro-abortion and a strong advocate for the LGBT." See here.

Apparently so.  Back in 2012, on the 39th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, an exercise in judicial fabrication, I posted a photograph of an aborted [murdered] baby on Facebook.  The photograph was immediately removed by Facebook and I received this notice:

"One of Your Photos Was Removed. One of your photos was recently removed because it was found to violate Facebook policies. As a reminder, the following types of photos are not permitted:

* Content that is pornographic or contains nudity, or is inappropriately sexual

* Attacks on an individual or a group of people

* Depictions of self harm, excessive violence or drug use

Please keep this in mind before uploading new photos."

Now, Facebook has blocked me from being unable to update my status.  My crime?  In my last post (which was also posted on Facebook) , I noted how Saint Joseph's Parish in Fitchburg is intimately connected with the Cleghorn Neighborhood Center in Fitchburg, Massachusetts, and that, "For Fiscal Year 2014-2015, the Catholic Campaign for Human Development provided a $35,000 grant to the United Neighbors of Fitchburg, formerly known as the Cleghorn Neighborhood Center (CNC).  In 2012, Reform CCHD Now reported serious problems with CNC, including the fact that CNC was listed as a 'community partner' with the Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts.

Summary of Problems

CNC is listed as a 'community partner' with Planned Parenthood.

CNC’s Youth Development Supervisor created a presentation on teen pregnancy which promotes Planned Parenthood.

CNC co-sponsored TeenAIDS events, which promote condom use.

Is a member of a coalition that supports same-sex marriage."

It was Adolf Hitler, in Mein Kampf, who said that, "The chief function of propaganda is to convince the masses, who slowness of understanding needs to be given time in order that they may absorb information; and only constant repetition will finally succeed in imprinting an idea on their mind.........the slogan must of course be illustrated in many ways and from several angles, but in the end one must always return to the assertion of the same formula. The one will be rewarded by the surprising and almost incredible results that such a personal policy secures."

As one website explains:

"Once they succeeded in ending democracy and turning Germany into a one-party dictatorship, the Nazis orchestrated a massive propaganda campaign to win the loyalty and cooperation of Germans. The Nazi Propaganda Ministry, directed by Dr. Joseph Goebbels, took control of all forms of communication in Germany: newspapers, magazines, books, public meetings, and rallies, art, music, movies, and radio. Viewpoints in any way threatening to Nazi beliefs or to the regime were censored or eliminated from all media.

During the spring of 1933, Nazi student organizations, professors, and librarians made up long lists of books they thought should not be read by Germans. Then, on the night of May 10, 1933, Nazis raided libraries and bookstores across Germany. They marched by torchlight in nighttime parades, sang chants, and threw books into huge bonfires. On that night more than 25,000 books were burned. Some were works of Jewish writers, including Albert Einstein and Sigmund Freud. Most of the books were by non-Jewish writers, including such famous Americans as Jack London, Ernest Hemingway, and Sinclair Lewis, whose ideas the Nazis viewed as different from their own and therefore not to be read.

The Nazi censors also burned the books of Helen Keller, who had overcome her deafness and blindness to become a respected writer; told of the book burnings, she responded: "Tyranny cannot defeat the power of ideas." Hundreds of thousands of people in the United States protested the book burnings, a clear violation of freedom of speech, in public rallies in New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, and St. Louis.

Schools also played an important role in spreading Nazi ideas. While some books were removed from classrooms by censors, other textbooks, newly written, were brought in to teach students blind obedience to the party, love for Hitler, and antisemitism. After-school meetings of the Hitler Youth and the League of German Girls trained children to be faithful to the Nazi party. In school and out, young people celebrated such occasions as Adolf Hitler's birthday and the anniversary of his taking power."

Today, censorship is beginning to be used against Christians to silence moral opposition to abortion and homosexuality.  Today's censors do not have to gather up thousands of books, march by torchlight in nighttme parades and throw books into huge bonfires.  They have merely to strike a few keys from the comfort of their offices.

Inflated in their rebellion against the God-Man, the Sons of Satan, those committed toward the atheistic program of attacking the Church from without and undermining it from within in preparation for the Man-God, will continue to intensify their persecution of craftiness and subversion until it reaches its culmination in an explosion of hate-filled rage which will bear much blood and death. Father Livio Fanzaga, writing about the Antichrist, says that, "Catholicism alone will resist him. How then do we destroy this superstition which alone obstructs the world's self-revelation? How do we destroy this superstition which divides mankind and which prevents man from being truly brotherly and free? The true Antichrist is revealed in the replies to these questions. Here is perceived his profound being as the man of iniquity. He will not tolerate the idea of men who adore any god other than himself. His intolerance obliges him to make an exception to his pacifism and his philosophy of non-violence. He is the greatest pacifist in the history of the human race, but because peace and justice really reign on earth he will make an exception to kill and destroy the great superstition of Catholicism, once and for all time..." (Wrath of God: The Days of the Antichrist, p. 124).

It is becoming increasingly clear that Facebook has an anti-Catholic agenda.

10 comments:

  1. Peter9:43 AM

    Facebook is a sick waste of time. I closed my Facebook account and requested deletion after the posts on the anti-Catholic page on Facebook about Our Lady. Facebook is DISGUSTING. Facebook wrote back to me to say that the images on that blasphemous page did not breach their standards. Well, they breached mine, so I left. I advise all of us on here to DELETE your fb account. Google on how to do this since FB do no make it easy. Facebook is a narcissistic, navel-gazing waste of time. Their anti-Catholic, anti-Christian bias is obvious when one looks at that picture of the woman with horns vs. the anti-Catholic images and jokes.

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  2. Eric Holder says that police can be used as an occupying force -
    http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/WhiteHouseDossier/~3/A-bfVffG4Wo/

    How much longer before those of us who refuse to baptize abortion or to sing about the joys of sodomite sex are arrested and detained without a warrant?

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  3. Derek, he said “Our police officers cannot be, and cannot be seen as, an occupying force disconnected to the communities that they serve,”. I don't think he is suggesting that police can be rightfully used as an occupying force. Though it wouldn't surprise me that such things might be around the corner... America is growing more totalitarian and I am glad I don't live there.

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  4. Derek1:23 PM

    He is saying that. He said, “Our police officers cannot be, and cannot be seen as, an occupying force disconnected to the communities that they serve.."

    He is not saying they cannot be an occupying force. He is saying that they cannot be an occupying force "disconnected to the communities that they serve."

    Read the title of the article. The author would also disagree with you.

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  5. Samantha3:49 PM

    http://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/anti-catholic-facebook-pages-worry-latino-communities/


    Read this entire article. The anti-Catholic Facebook bigots routinely dismiss complaints regarding blatant anti-Catholicism while banning and blocking Catholics and other Christians without valid reason.

    Facebook: The ugly face of rabid anti-Catholicism.

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  6. BaldwinvilleCatholic4:05 PM

    https://www.facebook.com/VirginMaryShouldveAborted

    That's the title of a Facebook page. That sort of hateful trash is allowed but you are banned?

    BOYCOTT SATANIC FACEBOOK!!!!!

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  7. http://www.catholicworldreport.com/Item/3550/normality_is_not_hatred.aspx

    I am deactivating my Facebook account today.

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  8. Have not ever nor will I ever get a FB account. I think there is something lacking in FB people. Whether it be love or just an inability to personally connect with another human being. But what irks me the most is after commenting on a subject I get shuffled to a page that says post on FB. Even Catholic schools I have attended say "Like us on FB". Will not and never will. FB is a tool of Satan.

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  9. Mike Cole2:36 PM

    "I think there is something lacking in FB people. Whether it be love or just an inability to personally connect with another human being."
    Justfedup, I couldn't agree more. Paul's so-called "Facebook friends" don't seem very concerned. We started a petition on his behalf today. We will send it to Facebook soon.

    M. Cole
    mcole1977@hotmail.com

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  10. Anonymous6:48 AM

    Get off Jewbook. I've been a faithful reader of your blog for 4 years. Keep up the good fight.

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