Friday 7 April 2017

Martin McGuinness the murderer goes to judgment...

Few words are the fitting response to news of the death of murderer, violent revolutionary, impudently false "Catholic", liar, cheat and fake "peace" advocate, Martin McGuinness.

As a traitor to Church and State and a murderer, in any sane country he would have been locked away long, long ago. Instead, as the Daily Telegraph reveals, police were told to "stop investigating" him:

Shame, shame, shame.

The best we can do is to pray for his soul and ask God to forgive him his most grievously sinful life and hope that he so deceived himself that he did not fully realise the depth of his awful sins, murdering not only innocent men, women and even children of other nations but, even worse, his very own people.

Let us remind ourselves of the true face of the violent revolutionary claiming to sit in murderous judgment against his own lawful government and Sovereign whilst dishonestly claiming to be a "Catholic".

He was a terrorist and the gang-leader of a group of Marxist-Communist, revolutionary thugs, terrorists and murderous gunmen calling itself the Irish Republican Army, a foul, murderous organisation, successor to the Irish Republican Brotherhood and Fenians who were roundly condemned by Blessed Pope Pius IX and by every Irish bishop until sections of the Irish Church went sour and became disloyal to God.

As Catholic Bishop of Ardfert and Aghadoe (i.e. Bishop of Kerry), Bishop David Moriarty, put it:

"when we look down into the fathomless depth of this infamy of the heads of the Fenian conspiracy, we must acknowledge that eternity is not long enough, nor hell hot enough to punish such miscreants".

And if anyone is in any doubt, then hear the words of the murderer McGuinness out of his own mouth:

"Death. Certainly."

Blood-curdlingly horrible...

These are the odious words of a vile murderer and a bloody revolutionary dealer in death and destruction!

No man has the right to order the murder of another and no private citizen has the right to sit in judgment upon his own government, since an inferior may not judge a superior.

Did he forget the 5th Commandment: thou shalt do no murder?

The true political philosophy of Martin McGuinness was that of Satan - non serviam, "I shall not serve" - and, like all revolutionaries, derives from the diabolical madness and bloodthirsty Catholic-hating terror of the French Revolution and the Protestant republican rebellion of Oliver Cromwell, the republican traitor and revolutionary who did not hesitate to lay waste to Ireland and murder tens of thousands of innocent Irish men, women and children.

These are the true inspiration of revolutionary Martin McGuinness. McGuinness was a cowardly lackey of the French Revolution and of Protestant republican Cromwellites.

From those poisoned sources flow the streams of both Communism and Nazism.

It is not surprising therefore, that the Fenians, the IRA and Sinn Fein were happy to gorge themselves at the bloody source of both those most odious and mass-murdering heresies.

When it suited, the Fenians would raise the Red flag or the Black flag of Nazism, as they found convenient.

Let us not forget that, during World War II, the father of Gerry Adams himself, guided the Nazi bombers in to bomb his own city of Belfast.

Let us not forget that Sinn Fein/IRA sympathised with the Nazis throughout World War II.

Let us not forget that the annual assembly of Sinn Fein, the Ard Fheis, regularly endorses Marxian revolutionary principles, and supports all the lousy nostrums of modern secularism - abortion and abortifacient pills, population "control", radical Feminism, liberal divorce laws, the attack upon traditional marriage, euthanasia and the "mercy" killing of the old and disabled etc etc etc.

They stink in the nostrils of God.

As Jenny McCartney wrote in The Spectator magazine:

"During the Troubles, McGuinness firmly believed that the cause of a united Ireland could be furthered by killing, and he was broad in his selection of targets.

One illustration: according to Liam Clarke and Kathryn Johnston’s book Martin McGuinness: From Guns To Government, ‘McGuinness personally supervised the Derry IRA’s first major success of 1987.’ That ‘success’ was for two IRA men first to murder a psychology student called Leslie Jarvis, who taught leatherwork to inmates in Magilligan prison and was therefore deemed a ‘legitimate target’. The killers then used the dead man as bait, switching his briefcase with one containing a bomb. When two policemen arrived on the scene and examined the case, they were both blown to smithereens. An IRA volunteer interviewed by the authors explained that ‘McGuinness was in the house opposite watching everything. He quite often liked to be close when things went off to watch and see… it was part of his strategy, his way of refining operations.’"

These were not "operations" but cold-blooded murder, planned by thugs and criminals of the worst kind: McGuinness and his gang.

In his later years, when he claimed to be a peace advocate, McGuinness never apologised for the murders he, himself, orchestrated and carried out and never resiled from his rebellion against the lawful rulers whom God appointed over him to obey.

In so claiming to rebel unlawfully and murderously against those rulers, and to murder their servants, he served himself and Satan, not God and the people.

We can but hope that he died repentant and pray for his soul - all the more that his soul is in need for those prayers given the very seriously evil deeds of his life.

Sic transit gloria mundi...

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1 comment:

Joseph said...

The part of the apparition that most convinces me that it is not supernatural (from heaven), but more preternatural (from Hell), it that it demonstrates contrary to the maxim that "grace always perfects nature." In contrast, it is very strange that the children are made to walk frontwards, backwards, sideways without being bruised or stumbling, but also as if they were deranged marionettes controlled by a maniacal puppeteer. Our Lady never treated the children of Fatima or La Sallette in such inhuman manner - here human nature is demeaned. The same is true with the ongoing parlor tricks of the children identifying rosaries and trinkets - this is superstitious activity, which demons could easily achieve. Second, Satan always mixes truth with lies, and many do not think there is anything contrary to faith or the Gospels in the message. However, if one considers it seriously, there is a Gospel conflict that may suit a demonic purpose. For instance, the Gospel teaches at the end times that Jesus will come like a thief in the night, admonishing us to be ready, as we know neither the day nor the hour. The predicted events of Garabandal, of course, have nothing to do with these Gospel events described in the last days. However, in a maniacal sense, they do presume to suggest that at least three events with come before the coming of Christ - the Warning, the Miracle, the Chastisement. Unconsciously or even consciously, this can create an illusion for souls that they do not have to immediately fear or keep watch for the coming of Christ like a thief in the night, especially since there there have to be 3 other events that have to happen first. This can deceive souls and cause them to relax their efforts - they can sin and put off their repentance until the Warning and the Miracle - they won't be caught off guard by the thief in the night, right? They may not know the hour, but they presume it is not today or an yday until the 3 events happen, right? Hmmm. How cunning is Satan. How may souls lost still. The teachings of Garabandal have a real, implicit, theological flaw that is dangerous to souls. The teachings also proved false when Joey M. died, followed by many rationalizations and justifications, of course. Scripture has something real to say about false revelation - but does anyone heed? I've even heard it said that if Conchita dies before the 8-day announcement can be given, that many would still believe the teaching. There is no reasoned-thinking here in folks deliberately embracing false teaching, even when it proves itself as such.