Friday, 26 June 2015

An Investment opportunity for "Assisted Dying" enterprise


The Investor’s Prospectus
There is an enormous opportunity now for investors and entrepreneurs if the “Assisted Dying” Bill is successful.

When one considers how small the basic investment is and the eventual return on the investment it makes the dot com boom of the 1990s seem small beer. For a few pounds worth of barbiturates and basic premises in an out of town venue one can charge thousands .The Swiss pioneers knew what they were doing. The only real costs will be promotion and PR but even accounting for a basic cost of a few hundred per patient that is still making a handsome profit. Even though there may be a need to have “High St.” premises for promotional purposes the actual operational facilities can be in locations that are far more cost effective, like industrial estates. Much of the promotion and arrangements can be done on line which will make inherent savings in costs. One will also use a great deal of the Social media. There also will be government grant facilities in places like Wales, Scotland and the North of England, allowing for rent free facilities. One can also not only look at the franchising opportunities but co-ordinate profitable connections to Undertaking chains and Crematoria. In so many words a complete package deal for clients and families. Any investor would see a very early return on capital invested with good long term prospects.

What also establishes high charges and fights off any cut price competition is the fact that it is basically a medical procedure.  We have the whole force of the medical profession to ensure high costs for the clients and to safeguard everyone’s interests. We can introduce the legal profession into our operation to maximise profits.   Being an emotionally sensitive procedure, pricing can reflect this with both the clients and their relations willingly paying premium fees.

We need to push this Bill through Parliament. It will be relatively easy to combat the religious objectors once we get some Anglican bishops on our side.  With good PR and strong media participation any other objecting groups can be isolated and made to look like oddballs. But we will need investment in lobbying all the relevant MPs and government ministers, together with getting Brussels on our side. We already have a good array of celebrities which is a tremendous help. But we need the laws on advertising altered so that we can get our message across. It will probably take about 12 months and then it is profits all the way. Many of the MPs and Ministers can be given sinecure directorships in this company.  That is always a great incentive to get a bill through, plus gifts of cut price share options. We will also gain government support via the Treasury who will see it as a means to cut costs not only in the NHS, but in the Welfare sectors and pensions too. The present “Black Hole “ in the future pensions deficit weighs heavily on treasury officials and the solution we offer will be  greeted with approval .

We have a large and expanding client base with our present ageing society that can benefit from our services. Initially it will be limited to the chronically ill, but as time goes on many more conditions will allow these procedures to take place. This in turn will lead to greater profits as our operations increase. We cannot allow those with unprogressive dinosaur ideologies and “religious miscreants” to affect any of the proposed legislation which can make this wonderful potential investment  rewarding for all those with the courage to invest in it. We must do all we can to push the “Assisted Dying” Bill and its investment potential. Remember the size of the operation can become a first for the UK, with potential to franchise worldwide.

It is envisaged that within 12 months there will be a need to float on the Stock exchange and a large consortium will need to be formed. Planning permission will have to be sorted out early and building companies involved with converting existing industrial premises to “End  of Life” facilities. Then it’s profits all the way.  DON’T MISS THIS INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY.
By Rigby

Thursday, 18 June 2015

The sex-change environment

Pollution the Environment and the Sex-change Epidemic

Pollution and the environment are in the mind of the Church today with the pope's new encyclical, so I thought I'd add my 300 words-worth.

However, mine is more to do with the type of pollution that causes sex-change particularly in males. For example there are alarming reports that because of pollution around Britain's coast, clams are changing sex, in fact male clams are becoming female not the other way around. This is causing an environmental catastrophe and is damaging the food chain. Ever wonder why seagulls are getting so aggressive - they're starving. The problem is being caused by industrial hormone-mimicking chemicals, agricultural chemicals, pesticides and oestrogen that are being brought down our rivers and are now polluting our seas!
Call me Bruce

There is another form of environmental pollution, that of the mind, caused by the secular media that promotes anything gender-bending. Perhaps closely linked to chemical pollutants by satanic synergy  we have a 'sex-change' epidemic in humans as well. Take for example Bruce Jenner who now wishes to be called Caitlyn Jenner after very expensive sex-change treatment, after all he is a millionaire ex-Olympic champion athlete, but with so many people unable to pay for life-saving treatment in the States and elsewhere this whole thing is disgusting in more ways than one. However, when all is said and done he is still a man who has fathered 6 children by 3 women. Jenner is also a Christian and a conservative Republican. You can't make this stuff up!

Wednesday, 10 June 2015

Ireland is now the flagship, the standard bearer for homosexuality

A Catastrophe For Ireland
The referendum to legalise homosexual marriage has passed.  What a catastrophe. Ireland is now the flagship, the standard bearer for homosexuality throughout the whole world, the homosexual capital of the whole world. How did it come to this? People fell for the web of lies and deceit spun from all quarters, the media, politicians, celebrities, international homosexual rights groups, many funded by philanthropic American billionaires.

             As the results were coming in the homosexuals and their followers were already celebrating and dancing on the corpse of the Catholic Church. The Church’s sway and hold over the people was finally over. One government minister got one thing right when he was being interviewed when he stated that the citizens hadn’t turned into homosexual supporters on referendum day but that the referendum was just reflecting a change that had taken place a long time ago. The liberal lobby had been working on the people over a long time through the media and other means. The people, like the frog, were put into warm water and the heat slowly and very calculatedly gradually turned up and the people happily boiled to death. It was a long relentless indoctrination of the people.  

              Where were the shepherds, is the implied question of some Catholic commentators. One points to three key points where the church embarked on the point of death (Rev 3:1-2). The findings of the Apostolic visitation that was sent to Ireland by Pope Benedict XVI, after the abuse scandals, were not put into action. He states that they were even resisted by Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin. The Apostolic visitation report stated that there was wide spread dissent from the magisterium of the Church among the clergy and added ‘dissent from the fundamental teachings of the Church is not the authentic path to renewal’. It made recommendations regarding the formation of seminarians. It’s now happening that seminarians are being asked to leave the seminary because their views are too conservative. Pope Benedict himself in a letter to the Irish people asked for Eucharistic adoration to be carried out. This didn’t appear to happen in any meaningful way.

              The Enda Kenny abortion legislation was highlighted as a second key point, when Catholic politicians were allowed to receive communion even though they voted in favour of abortion legislation, in contravention of code of canon law , clause 915, which states ‘anyone who supports abortion legislation is automatically excommunicated’.  The Taoiseach Enda Kenny has received communion in the presence of three bishops in 2013 and nothing was done. Archbishop Diarmuid Martin refers to him as our Catholic prime minister and he continues to receive communion.  The commentator, Deacon Nick Donnelly, goes on to state that if politicians, hospitals (referring to the Mater Catholic hospital  with Catholic religious on the board complying with government abortion laws) and bishops can break Church teaching on abortion then it mistakenly appears that any of the Church’s moral laws on marriage and sexuality can be ignored without consequence.

           There are other reasons too, I think Ireland’s citizens’ being coerced into voting for the acceptance of the Lisbon treaty which was rejected the first time by the people. Then the government’s running the referendum again saying Ireland would lose business and jobs if we were not part of Europe, drove them into voting for the acceptance of the Lisbon treaty, thereby weakening Ireland’s resistance to Europe interfering with our laws. The Court of Human Rights took primacy over Irish laws.

                 There were Catholic priests cheering in the crowd when the official results were announced in Dublin. I’ve heard this from yes voters but it’s quite possible. There have been high profile Catholic religious and priests who have called for a yes vote. The Vatican has called the referendum vote a defeat for humanity. And so it is. When this statement was put to the Bishop of Killaloe Willie Walsh by RTE’s Joe Duffy, Bishop Willie Walsh stated that when he saw all those happy faces celebrating in Dublin Castle he thought it was a joyful day for Ireland.

             Another little and underestimated factor in the outcome is the wording of the referendum. Studies by psychologists etc. have shown how the wording of a referendum makes a difference. They have seen that people like to say yes. People want to be positive. People don’t want to be ‘no people’, to be negative. This has a not insignificant effect on how people vote. For instance if the wording of the referendum had been ‘do you wish marriage to remain as it is stated in the constitution, between one man and one woman?’ the outcome would have been very different. But the cunning politicians, aware of this effect on the voter, had it worded: ‘Do you wish that persons regardless of their gender be able to marry each other’, to get maximum advantage.  Another reason possibly for the passing of the referendum; me, what did I do to defend marriage. Little, to be honest; I assumed that others would do it. And many did, heroically, but maybe not enough.

              Yes, Ireland has changed, it’s a different ball game now. Ireland is no longer the Catholic country it once was. Yes, there are still Catholics in Ireland.  737,300 people voted against the amendment. But Catholicism as a driving force that influences economic and legal and social structures is questioned and by many just not accepted. In many instances, it is opposed simply because it is Catholic. In many ways it is now like England where it’s a secular state and you can’t assume that the person next to you in the work place or bus or wherever is Catholic.  When you think about it, 1,229,000 have voted to have mortal sin sanctioned by the constitution.  I was at a talk just before the referendum vote by a Catholic Dutch Professor in psychology, Dr Aardweg, who has 50 years experience in counselling homosexuals. He stated that if the referendum were to pass, watch the mask slip. They won’t be the nice people coming across with platitudes. They would take a militant aggressive form. And indeed they have. As the results were being counted, news came in that a printing company in Drogheda was being taken to court. Two people have sought to take legal action to challenge the referendum results but they have been refused a legal challenge. On the first day back in the Dail there was a push by the liberals to remove the 8th Amendment, which offers protection to the unborn. The liberals were gloating over the results, making comments like: The gay economy amounts to 230 billion dollars annually and Ireland will get a great whack of that as gays will feel welcome here. We are back it seems to the days similar to those of the deluge when God told Noah to build the Ark; or the days of Sodom and Gomorrah, when God destroyed these cities for their abominations.  

             But all is not lost, the teachings of the Catholic Church have not changed. The Lord can draw good out of evil. The Church may be leaner but it can be more virile; the Lord is doing some pruning. Painful it may be, but best for the Church. The Church will grow again with the help of God’s grace. It may never be the dominant force it once was, or not for a long time anyway. But that shouldn’t be the objective just now but just to be faithful to the Lord here and now and let the Lord do the building. As the Lord says to the church in Sardis that was at the point of death; ‘yet you still have a few names in Sardis, people who have not soiled their garments; and they shall walk with me in white, for they are worthy. He who conquers shall be clad in white garments, and I will not blot his name out of the book of life; I will confess his name before my father and before his angels. He who has an ear let him hear what the Spirit says to the churches’. (Rev3 :4-6).

                And he who sat upon the throne said, ‘Behold, I make all things new.’ (Rev 21;5)
                                        God bless
Prayer Crusader - St Rita

Saturday, 30 May 2015

The brainwashed celebrate

Western Civilisation - A Tipping Point?

The brainwashed celebrate
outside Dublin Castle

History shows us that civilisations come and go, but there has always been one great religion that has continued to grow, Christianity. There have been many empires that have waned and disappeared; it is clear why this has happened, - they became corrupt and decadent, weakened by their own depravity they used brutality to sustain the dying embers of their potency. Up until now western culture based on Christendom has dominated the world; all the great inventions have come from her, for example the car, the aeroplane, electricity, the radio, computers, modern healthcare etc. etc. have all been born out of Christendom. Note we are not saying that Europeans are a superior race; not at all, it's just that by divine providence we have had a superior religion, Christianity, of which Catholicism is its fullest form. But are things about to change?

With the Irish Referendum going overwhelmingly in favour of same-sex marriage (the first time in the world that the people themselves have voted this way), and the continued discrimination against Christian values in the Law-courts, witness the Ashers Bakery case in Northern Ireland. Then we have the continued growth of Islam in the West. It seems a very dire situation, the final throes of Christendom being crushed between militant secularism and ruthless Islam. The one true Church, the Catholic Church, seems unable to respond; it's almost as if we are the empire about to fall. However, there have been many times in the Church’s 2000 year history that all seemed lost, and yet the Church has always survived and even thrived. It has always done this by reaffirming its fidelity to orthodoxy.
The Holy Spirit will not let us down.

Thursday, 21 May 2015

19th Prayer Crusade for Ireland

The 34th Amendment to the Irish constitution
·         How the media has brainwashed the Irish people.
·         Referendum on Same-Sex marriage opinion polls say will probably be accepted
·         We instigate our 19th Prayer Crusade for a referendum NO vote.

19th Prayer Crusade
Oh holy St Rita, the 22nd of May is your feast day, on this day the Irish people vote in a referendum on same-sex marriage. We turn our weary eyes and prayers to you in the hope of a miracle that the NO vote will prevail.
St Patrick – Pray for Ireland
St Michael the Archangel – Pray for Ireland
Holy Family -  Pray for Ireland
Our Lady Mother of Good Counsel - Pray for Ireland

Here is a message from our Prayer Crusader under the Patronage of St Rita, Dublin
On the 22nd of May Ireland goes to the polls on two issues one being the age at which a young person can run for the presidency, (obviously the most pressing issue in Ireland, who cares about homelessness, mortgage repayment and joblessness with such an important and pressing issue as this. The politicians, good on them, always get the priorities of the nation right). The second is asking whether people agree with legalising same sex ‘marriage’. When the government was forming a coalition between Labour and Fine Gael this was one of the pay offs to the Labour Party to obtain their support - a referendum to legalise same sex marriage. Kenny was willing to take on board gay ‘marriage’ for power.
             Ireland differs from England in this regard in that we have a written constitution. A written constitution is a type of template which other laws that are enacted or prepared to be enacted cannot conflict with. It was drawn up in 1937 by the founding fathers of the independent Irish republic, such as Eamonn De Valera who was a daily Mass goer and with a large input, thankfully, from the Catholic Church. He drew up a large part of it in collaboration with Archbishop Charles Mc Quaid. So it goes without saying that it is much hated by modern liberals and liberal politicians or large tracts of it anyway. It is an enviable situation to have this written constitution, though much under attack from these liberals with continuous attempts to change it to their image and likeness and is being slowly eroded by these liberals with the help of the media’s effect on the populace when these referendums are taking place.
      In every referendum virtually, those who care about the moral fabric of society have to fight tooth and nail to defend the constitution. This one is no different.
      The media have been doing their bit to indoctrinate the nation in the ‘virtues’ of homosexual love and the compassion of letting them have ‘marriage’. This indoctrination over the airwaves has been unrelenting, totally biased and flying in the face of all broadcasting rules. It is an extension of that battle that has been going on in all countries across the globe: the normalising of homosexual ‘love’. The holding up of erotic sexual love, eros, and masquerading it as the sacrificial love which Jesus exhorted us to, agape. By and large the media and the homosexual lobby have been quite successful in presenting vice as virtue and virtue as vice. And this is what is at the heart of this referendum and the gay rights movement in general. Truth. The gay lobby telling us that if this referendum were successful it would not affect marriage in any way. Nonsense. Only those who were really and deeply grounded in their faith could survive the decadent onslaught that would be unleashed and many of these wouldn’t be left unaffected either. For instance in England Christian owned guesthouses have had to close due to homosexuals determined to frequent these lodgings and hold these owners up to a legal process when their owners would not comply. And in the process deterring other Christians from embarking on this form of livelihood. Catholic adoption agencies have had to close rather than give over children to those who are engaged in a homosexual lifestyle. In Northern Ireland a Christian bakery had plenty of media abuse heaped on them for not baking a cake and putting an inscription on the cake saying that they supported same sex marriage. (I’m unsure if that case actually went to legal proceedings). In these instances it was done with the intention of foisting the new law on these Christians, whereas they could easily have gone elsewhere but did not do so. It is clear from this the same would happen in the Republic of Ireland with the wind of the law at their backs. Homosexual activists would seek to further their agenda by confronting Catholics with the law.
            Bishop Brendan Leahy, the Bishop of Limerick, has stated that he is concerned that if the law were changed there might be attempts to change school text books to include homosexual ‘marriage’ as part of the curriculum. The Archbishop of Dublin is slightly less clear. He stated that he is voting no. But regretted having been put in the position of voting no. He stated that the civil partnership should be broadened (tweaked was his word) so that homosexuals could better express their love for each other. And made another statement of this nature. His interview can be heard on rte radio 1 ‘this week’ 1pm 10th May.
        There are also organisations seeking to promote heterosexual marriage such as ‘Mothers and fathers matter’ which are campaigning for a No vote. They are stating that children would be affected by this homosexual arrangement if this referendum were to be successful. It would enable these homosexual partners to adopt children to the detriment of the children. Their slogan on their posters is ; Children need a mother and a father. (There have been reports of No posters being ripped down by the Yes campaign, another instance of this side doing its best to stifle debate). This is what they are stressing that children need a mother and a father for: proper development - a homosexual arrangement would deprive the child of this necessary aspect of their childhood development. Needless to say they have been given little airtime, though they did appear on rte tv ‘the late late show’ (I don’t know how that went). But by and large when those in support of a No vote have been given air time they have been given harsh treatment, letting them know that they really weren’t welcome. In one ‘interview’ with the Editor in Chief of Irish independent newspapers Cormac Burke states that the No campaigners are hate filled, that they are driven by hate, that they have no compassion; and he was not challenged by the interviewer, but rather egged on by him. Imagine what would have been the outcry if it had been a No campaigner. Well in one respect he is right; we are hate filled. We are filled with hate against evil. We hate the sin and not the sinner. We hate the destructive nature of granting full legitimacy to sodomy and the destructive effect this will have on the nature of society. We do not have a false compassion that would seek to encourage this lifestyle.
          Some Bishops as I have mentioned have spoken out. The Bishops of Ireland collectively have issued a letter asking people to reflect before they vote. I haven’t actually read it myself as I know which way I’m voting. There has been a lot of prayer going up (which is the most powerful force). There have been a lot of prayer initiatives. One group has started and been nationally advertising a Rosary Novena for the defeat of the referendum, - that the sacredness of marriage, that time honoured institution, would remain so and be given its protection in law. The Rosary Novena is a powerful prayer. This is just one of many that have been going on.
          At one stage the media were stating that the Yes side (Pro homosexual ‘marriage’) was in the lead, 80% to 20%.  Later polls polls showed that this poll had narrowed slightly, 76% to 24%. On a still later opinion poll the media stated that the Yes side were in the majority. They didn’t give figures. Wonder why? That’s the state of play at the moment in the referendum campaign. Your prayers are needed and please ask others to pray also.

Sunday, 3 May 2015

Who can we vote for?

The Sun - double standards? Or is there more to it.

As Catholics who do we vote for?

At CUT we often get asked about politics, who should we support, and more importantly at the moment, who should we vote for? This is a difficult one when all parties seem to be anti-life and anti-family. Our view on this remains the same. As none of the major parties support Catholic moral teachings perhaps we should find out who among the candidates in our local constituency does, if they are all pro-choice or pro-same sex marriage, perhaps we should consider spoiling our ballot papers in protest? We would be interested in your views here.

Greens to turn to Polygamy?
Whatever way you vote avoid the extremist parties, I know some of you feel that all the major parties now have extreme policies on moral issues – perhaps you think they have no morals left? However, whoever we vote for perhaps we should avoid the Greens who have among some of their extremely silly ideas, Polygamy.

Are Labour even more extreme than the Tories? What would they do to the family?
On the election and the media above is an example of a media text, something to study. Not that the Sun Newspaper is worth studying most of the time. But what’s up here? Why is the Scottish Sun endorsing the SNP and in the rest of the country the Sun is attacking the SNP? There are many levels to this, one being the Sun is populist, and selling newspapers is more important than being consistent. However, perhaps more important Mr Murdoch will do anything to keep Labour out of power – perhaps a good thing for the family. I can’t forget though that it was a Conservative government that brought in same sex marriage!

Friday, 24 April 2015

Have Mercy for the Family

Have Mercy for the Family

Sign This Petition to Pope Francis to "Save the Family" at the Next Synod

Earlier this year in the USA TFP Student Action set up a world-wide petition to save the family. So that at the Next Synod for the family In October the traditional family will be strongly supported in all texts that come out of this Synod. Many are concerned that dissidents and liberals within the Church are using this Synod to put forward their destructive agenda. We hear all the time about mercy but very little about justice. Which is the most important? Surly they are two sides of the same coin.

In answer to Cardinal Kasper interventions regarding the Synod a number of Cardinals and theologians including Cardinal Burke contributed to a book called Remaining in the Truth of Christ. Cardinal Burke in his contribution wrote there are those who have a “...mistaken idea of what it means to be “pastoral” which has it source in the pervasive relativism in our culture” Our Media lead culture is giving the dissidents within the Church strength to keep up their attacks on Catholic doctrine. We must show that we are not fooled by the media or the liberals in the Church by any means we can.

Please sign this petition if you haven’t already. Please note this is a USA instigated petition and your email will be used to notify you of further petitions and actions from this group.

The petition has now reached 167,992 signatures as of April 19th.

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