Die ROMISCH-KATHOLISCHE INQUISITION

Edi Maurer


Das ganze furchtbare Ausmaß der BLUTSPUR DER KIRCHE in 14 Themen-Videos. (Die Videos werden in spontaner Reihenfolge nach und nach hochgeladen auf den Youtube-Kanal „Edi Maurer“)

0) Einleitung – der große Drache ——————— 1) Katholisierung der “Heiden” 9.-12. Jhd. Zehntausende Todesopfer durch die Katholische Kirche ——————— 2) Die Mord-Orgien der Kreuzfahrer (online) 11.-13. Jhd. Schätzungen zufolge verursachten die katholischen Kreuzzüge bis zu 22 Millionen Todesopfer ———————

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The Commandement “You Shall not Kill” And World Religions


Edi Maurer

A large part of mankind still feels that it more or less belongs to a religious orientation, most people, to one of the five major world religions: Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, Christianity or Judaism. Many members of religions trust their respective religious leaders. They believe their priests. Consciously or unconsciously, traditions and rituals shape their lives.

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The Lie Runs Deeper than we Know: Acceptable Dissent versus Night and Fog in Canada

by Kevin D. Annettwww.republicofkanata.ca

A few thousand people showed up on Parliament Hill last week to give their support to a guy named Norman Traversy. Norm is suing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in a Canadian court, charging him with “obstructing justice and taking bribes”. I guess nobody told Norm that Canadian courts aren’t actually courts, but military-style tribunals outside the Rule of Law; and that they are restrained from and incapable of charging any Crown official with anything.  

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COVID-19 & the Clerical Church

Institutional Advantage

Commonweal

By Massimo Faggioli, June 19, 2020

Pope Francis leaves after celebrating Mass marking the feast of Corpus Christi in St. Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican, June 14, 2020. (CNS photo/Tiziana Fabi, Reuters pool)

If there’s something positive to have emerged from these many months of pandemic, it’s the constructive thinking going on about what it might mean for the Catholic Church. There’s a kind of collective and individual self-examination underway, perhaps exemplified best by Czech theologian Tomáš Halík, who is a psychotherapist by training. As he put it in one of the most perceptive articles published recently on the topic: “Our time of civilizational change calls for a new theology of contemporary history and a new understanding of the church.”

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Trump’s brandishing of the Bible plays into a cultural legacy of racism and colonialism

INDEPENDENT

Katie Edwards – Helen Paynter

  • Wednesday 3 June 2020

On Monday, after vowing violent state action against protestors across the US, Donald Trump took time out for a photo opportunity. Did he talk to people of colour, heartbroken, enraged and exhausted by police brutality and the killing of George Floyd by officers of the state? Did he listen to the black mothers terrified that the next time they see their son leave the house will be the last time?

No.

Police launched smoke grenades and shot rubber bullets at protestors to pave the way for Trump’s publicity stunt outside the St John’s Episcopal church.

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Where Do Church Donations Go? The Catholic Church Has Used Almost $4 Billion Settling Child Molestation Lawsuits

Collective Evolution. Cutting Edge Conscious Media

Published 3 years ago 

on November 12, 2017

ByAlexa Erickso

Pedophilia has become a huge topic of discussion over recent weeks as not only have sexual abuse outings been taking place in Hollywood, but the exposure of pedophilia in Hollywood and amongst the elite is becoming more common.

The reality of child molestation by the Roman Catholic Church has surfaced time and time again, and yet, somehow, it continues to happen. If you watched the movie Spotlight, perhaps you have an idea of just how things are going down. But let’s break it down to date.

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Will column: Has the Catholic Church committed the worst crime in American history?

PostIndenpedent

March 17, 2019

PHILADELPHIA — “Horseplay,” a term used to denote child rape, is, says Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro, part of a sinister glossary of euphemisms by which the Catholic Church’s bureaucracy obfuscates in documents the church’s “pattern of abuse” and conspiracy of silence “that goes all the way to the Vatican.” “Benevolent bishops” are those who allow predatory priests, shuffled from other dioceses, to continue as priests.

The fuse for the national explosion of fury about sexual abuse by Catholic clergy was lit in Boston — the excellent 2015 movie “Spotlight” recounts The Boston Globe’s victory over the stonewalling Catholic hierarchy in 2001-2002. But the still-reverberating detonation occurred last August in a Pittsburgh grand jury’s report on the sexual abuse by approximately 300 priests of at least 1,000 victims in six Pennsylvania dioceses.

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