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07 juillet 2006

Pope hopes to reclaim lost territory

Our Holy Father is to visit Spain. Spain is probably the finest example in the world of the effect of liberal, jacobin democracy on the remains of Christendom. When Gral. Franco died, Spain was thriving and Catholic. When the perjuror, Juan-Carlos took the throne, he swallowed the left-wing, red lie of "democracy" hook line and sinker and today Spain is reaping the whirlwind. Notice the quote from the viciously anti-Catholic Zapatero, "“I respect the opinions of the Catholic Church, but I insist that it is Parliament that legislates in the name of the citizens in a democratic society.” No mention of God or the Rights of His Church, required by Catholic Doctrine for a government to be considered just. Catholics of Spain!, withdraw your allegiance. Your King is a perjured usurper (his father was still alive when he accepted the Throne), your government is a conventicle of anti-Catholic Reds! Viva Cristo Rey!!

  • The Times

    At 8/7/06 14:50, Blogger xavier said...

    I dislike both national parties because they're simply 2 sides of the same coin. The socialist (the sect as some Catalan bloggers call the party) are a lost cause and the faster they fall apart the better off we'll be. As for the PP, if they really followed church doctrine on subsidarity, they'd quite such idiocies as their anti Catralan and anti-Basque diatribes and stop obessing ith the una grande libre nonsense. Spain has worked best when there's federalism
    Frankly, the least years of Franco's regime were a joke and had sunk to the typical Latin comic opera of a defunct authoritarian state. Good riddance.I don't want Spain EVER to return to such a regime

    Who should the Spanish pledge their alligence to?

    At 8/7/06 21:55, Blogger Jovan-Marya Weismiller, T.O.Carm. said...


    I actually agree, but I had to make a point. The problem is that the legitimate King (thanks to his father's apostasy) is the Prince of the Asturias, and he will be no better than his father. To go the current "Carlist" route is to adopt protestantism. Legitimacy of blood plus Legitimacy of belief opens up the question of "Who decides legitimacy of belief"! What Spain needs is a Carlism which accepts the Legitimacy of the ruling family, but is firmly welded to Catholic Social Teaching!

    At 9/7/06 09:30, Blogger xavier said...

    Carlisme is a utopia. 3 wars were fought and in the end, the original Bourbons were ratified. In any case, I'm all for applying Catholic social teaching but it has to be done within the context of the current political regime. It'll be very tough but then all things are possible with God. Perhaps, the growing restiveness of the Moslem ingrates will finally wake everyone up.

    At 9/7/06 18:05, Blogger Jovan-Marya Weismiller, T.O.Carm. said...

    "I'm all for applying Catholic social teaching but it has to be done within the context of the current political regime."

    Exactly! What I was talking about was a Carlist inspired movement, committed to the deeply Catholic ideology of the Traditionalist Communion, but without the dynastic distraction.

    At 9/7/06 20:22, Blogger xavier said...

    I'm curious enough to ask how about a blog post to expand your thoughts on how exactly you'd implement this Carlist inspired movement? :) You could use Benedict,s visit as a jumping off point
    Also you'll need to explain more about Tradtionalist communion because I'm unclear on the concept.


    At 9/7/06 20:34, Blogger Jovan-Marya Weismiller, T.O.Carm. said...

    Good idea! The Traditionalist Communion is one of the names of the Carlist movement. It was the Traditionalist Communion that Franco merged with the JONS and Falange to create the National Movement.


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