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False-right, Bad Flamenco & Card. Marx

Revolutionary Alternative Right

Dear TIA,

I have been alarmed by the recent efforts of some within traditional Catholicism to openly ally themselves with the modern alt-right as a way of struggling against the modern liberal state.

I believe that this likely represents a concerted effort on the part of some within and outside the Church to infiltrate and destroy the credible traditional opposition to the liberal modernist status quo. What particularly concerns me is how these same people often seem to uncritically praise Putin and the Neo-Soviet agenda that he represents.

Could you perhaps some time in the future do an exposé on the Alt-Right and the connection that Putin has with their agenda?

     In Jesu et Maria,


TIA responds:

Dear A.G.K.,

We are also concerned with these supports by traditionalists to the false-right and Putin.

We have often written against the false right as you can see in this page.

Also, to dispel the myth that Putin is converting and upholds a good position, we frequently alerted our readers in postings such as these: here, here, here, here and here.

We plan to continue to do so and in this regard we thank you for your suggestion.


     TIA correspondence desk


Jesuit University Promotes Sodomy


I want you to know that the Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI, run by the Jesuits, has a full program to support homosexuality, which includes a “Pride Prom 2018” that remains scheduled for April.



Naked Swim Day


Does the gender “spectrum” also include pedophilia? Here is a Canadian group that announces “naked swim day” at public pool, encouraging children to attend

Check out this interesting article.



Feedback about Flamenco

Dear TIA,

Thanks for responding so quickly to my question about the Flamenco. Can you let me know of any reader feedback to my question and TIA's answer?

I frequently see the woman dancer performing Flamenco alone, with no male partner, so I'm not sure if your interpretation is correct. I thought I read that Flamenco music is supposed to be a lamentation of suffering and poverty.




Flamenco Was Born from Prostitution

Dear TIA,

Regarding your post on the Flamenco, I want to tell you that once I was in a meeting in Madrid and one of the ladies present, related to the Duchess of Alba, told me that it was common knowledge among the Spanish nobles that the Flamenco was born from the prostitutes, who invented it to attract the sailors of the Spanish ports for their infamous commerce.

It was, therefore, a dance that was condemned by good Catholics and even non-Catholics. They disapproved the fact that the Flamenco has been presented by tourism as something that express Spain.

So, your take on it is correct.

     I give you my blessing,

     Fr. Paul Alvarez


German Cardinal Favors Homosexual Unions


Re: Cardinal Marx Opens the Door to Blessing Homosexual Unions

It is unbelievable that a Cardinal of the Catholic Church would suggest a "dialogue" for establishing a blessing from the German Catholic Church to be given to homosexual couples. See the article here.

It is literally a blessing of an aberration. But that is surely what he seems to be doing.

Such words are reaping results on the local pastoral level. The report concludes:

In the wake of these prominent and high-ranking encouragements with respect to homosexual couples, a German diocese now proposes even more concrete steps for the establishment of an official liturgical blessing for homosexual couples. With the explicit encouragement of the Bishop of the Diocese of Limburg, Johannes zu Eltz — a high-ranking priest, canon, and Dean of the City of Frankfurt (with a responsibility for around 150,000 souls) — has now made a public proposal to have a “theologically justified blessing” for those couples who are either homosexual, “remarried,” or who for other reasons do not feel “sufficiently worthy” for the Sacrament of Matrimony.

Zu Eltz now proposes a “liturgical celebration” that “omits the exchange of rings or the utterance of a marital vow.” Rather, one could, “with respect for a reliable partnership,” ask for God’s blessing “for a successful future of something that already exists.”



Card. Sean O’Malley Disagrees with Francis

Dear TIA,

From the London Tablet, a notoriously progressivist weekly, comes a report of disbelief at Francis' latest scandal-lie. Please, read the news report below.


Pope Has Caused 'Great Pain' to Survivors of Sex Abuse, Says Adviser

During trip to Chile, Francis said not 'one shred of proof' had been brought against Bishop Barros.

Pope Francis’ closest adviser on child protection has said the pontiff’s defense of a Chilean bishop accused of turning a blind eye to sexual abuse is a “source of great pain” for sexual abuse survivors.

Cardinal Sean O’Malley, the leader of a papal child safeguarding commission, said he could not explain why the Pope had described accusations that Bishop Juan Barros covered up the abuse of a high-profile priest as slanderous.

During his trip to Chile, Francis told reporters that not “one shred of proof” had been brought against Bishop Barros and the claims against the bishop are “all calumny”.

Barros, who the Pope controversially appointed to lead the Diocese of Osorno in 2015, is accused of knowing about – and even witnessing – the crimes of Fr Fernando Karadima. The Pope’s remarks defending Barros sent shockwaves through Chile and caused upset among Karadima’s victims who argue that Barros knew about the abuse. In 2011, the Vatican found Fr Karadima guilty of abusing three boys and sentenced to him to a lifetime of "prayer and penance".

In a statement released on Saturday Cardinal O’Malley, the Archbishop of Boston, said he could understand their hurt.

“Words that convey the message ‘if you cannot prove your claims then you will not be believed’, abandon those who have suffered reprehensible criminal violations of their human dignity and relegate survivors to discredited exile,” the cardinal explained. “Not having personally been involved in the cases that were the subject of yesterday’s interview I cannot address why the Holy Father chose the particular words he used at the time.”

More here


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Posted February 15, 2018

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