Influence of cultural marxism in Ireland

Discussion in 'Spirit of Ireland' started by garabandal, May 21, 2019.

  1. garabandal

    garabandal Powers

    How Communism infiltrated the Catholic Church, and the origins of Cultural Marxism, with John Waters

    Interesting chat between Gemma O'Doherty & John Waters.

    A must watch if you are Irish!!!

     
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  2. garabandal

    garabandal Powers

    ANOTHER INTERESTING CONVERSATION -- ONLY A FEW ARE REALLY AWAKE IN IRELAND!

    John Waters on the death of Ireland

     
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  3. Carol55

    Carol55 Ave Maria

    :LOL:garabandal, Thank you for posting these. I listened to a little of each of them and I plan on listening to the rest of them today.

    After only listening to a few minutes of the first video, I think that it is possible that all of the Democrats currently running for president in 2020 are Cultural Marxists.:eek:

    I do think that there are problems with the application of Capitalism but most if not all of those problems would not exist if we truly followed Jesus Christ but since we live in this very imperfect world we see a lot people taking advantage of people and because of this and the huge gap between the wealthiest people in the world and the middle and lower classes we are witnessing this big push for Socialist/Communist type ideas.

    In the first video at @ the 45 minute mark they begin speaking of Bella Dodd and then they come back to her again at @ the 1:13 minute mark.

    The further I get into this first video, the more they sound like me, I'm referring to their comments on alcohol and religious holidays. ;) The video is very good.

    Since they mention the following in the video and I didn't know that David Bowie did this, I searched for it and I'm posting it here.



    The following video is discussed at the end of the first video above and I don't believe that this documentary has been previously discussed on MOG,

     
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  4. Sanctus

    Sanctus "Pray, pray ,pray!"

    Collectivism also appears to have taken hold of the country, with the driving forces and main features of it being abortion, homosexuality, anti-Catholicism and multiculturalism, We're not quite at Communism yet, but we seem to be getting there slowly. The Irish, particularly the younger generation, seem to be more impressionable to all this stuff than any other European country for some reason.
     
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  5. Sanctus

    Sanctus "Pray, pray ,pray!"

    Among the main objectives of Communism are to take God out of everything and to destroy the family unit, which Fine Gael and others seem to have been successful at doing.
     
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    padraig New Member

  7. An Guilbneach

    An Guilbneach Mane Nobiscum Domine

    It would appear that some people in Ireland don't believe in free speech. Protests were held in Galway against a prolife film. There are those who want to stop the truth getting out so the killing of the little ones keeps going on. Below a statment from a green party councillor. Sure sign of a growing totallaterism in Ireland. May the Good God save us from the likes of them.



    "As a city councillor and spokesperson for the green party i wish to draw your attention to the nature of a film called unplanned that you were screening from today . this is considered to be right wing propaganda and I expect there will be considerable fallout

    I request that the cinema does not continue to screen the film and I would appreciate a phone call to discuss as many of my constituents will be very upset by the contents"



    - Green Party Councillor Pauline O'Relly
     
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  8. Krizevac

    Krizevac Archangels

    Oh how I wish I'd known about this at the time! What happened, did the cinema show the film? I also wish I'd known about this yesterday when I was preparing dinner after work and the Green Party were canvassing. I was busy and didnt have a conversation with them but if id known about them trying to ban the film! I'd have let them have it with both barrels. Enemies of free speech! They would have had to point quote and explain each and every part of the film that they thought justified it being banned. They would be very, very sorry they knocked my door.

    Grrrrrrrrr!!!
     
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  9. Indy

    Indy Praying

    The greens were unsuccessful and the film was shown in the new cinema in Salthill and received great attendance. Thank God.
     
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  10. Krizevac

    Krizevac Archangels

    Delighted to hear it! Thank God!
     
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  11. An Guilbneach

    An Guilbneach Mane Nobiscum Domine

    Kirzevac the above statment from the Green Party Councillor I found on the National Party web site and there was a statment of protest from a member of people before profit along the same lines. The truth is we here in Ireland live in a socialist republic and my heart tells me we will be in time driven underground. However like Christ who died for those who crucified him so that they would have the chance of eternal life, we too must do the same. We may be their only hope to lead them to God. We must as it is writen love our enemies pray for them and try to save even some of them they are so blind God help them.
     
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  12. Krizevac

    Krizevac Archangels

    Thank you for tempering my anger with a timely reminder to pray for these poor people.

    The National Party are pro life? But also pro the death penalty?
     
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  13. An Guilbneach

    An Guilbneach Mane Nobiscum Domine

    The leader as far as I know is prolife and the party too. I think they may be for the death penalty. I don't known much about them need to have a closer look.
     
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  14. DeGaulle

    DeGaulle Powers

    It was always theologically acceptable to support the death penalty-without it, we couldn't be Saved. The waters have been muddied by our present pope contradicting two millenia of Church teaching on the subject. A society that criminalises abortion and euthanasia while executing the perpetrators of aggravated murder, for example, can claim to be a civilised one.

    The Greens and People Before Profit are absolutely totalitarian, communist organisations. A few equivalents in the Bernie Sanders campaign in the US have been exposed by Project Veritas as favouring 'gulags'. If given power, they would dictate to you every single aspect of your life, simply because they think they know better about everything than anyone else alive or that has ever lived. Such incredibly ignorant, self-attributed omniscience is utterly impossible to reason with. Isn't it Conchita of Garabandal that has predicted that communism is returning?
     
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  15. An Guilbneach

    An Guilbneach Mane Nobiscum Domine

    "WHEN COMMUNISM COMES AGAIN".
    Glenn has posted the above on "Garabendal info and answers"
    Very good.
     
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  16. An Guilbneach

    An Guilbneach Mane Nobiscum Domine

    A Spanish Bishop has come out and said that Communism is returning to Spain just the other day
     
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  17. DeGaulle

    DeGaulle Powers

    The old communism was imposed. It looks like the new one is going to be enthusiastically embraced...God help us.
     
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  18. Krizevac

    Krizevac Archangels

    Although I have always found the death penalty barbaric, and agreed with Pope St John Paul II's view that it is 'cruel and unnecessary' where incarceration can guarantee the public's safety, it is not a deal breaker for me in the way abortion is. I understand the arguments for the death penalty and respect them. Also, if a danger to the public remains, I would not hesitate. After all, it is our Christian duty to defend life, including our own. The catechism states:

    prohibition of murder does not abrogate the right to render an unjust aggressor unable to inflict harm. Legitimate defense is a grave duty for whoever is responsible for the lives of others or the common good.

    I cannot argue with anything in your second paragraph. It is all depressingly true.
     
  19. DeGaulle

    DeGaulle Powers

    Was it barbaric for the Jews to execute Eichmann? For the Church to have handed over heretics to the secular arm? It's without doubt that many a soul was saved, waiting for the gallows. Now the message seems to be that an inconvenient baby is fair game, but we're too nice to give a serial murderer justice. Pope John Paul II is a saint and a man whom I greatly admire, but while I respect his opinion, I have much more respect for the two thousand year teaching of The Church on capital punishment. The Truth can't change, or we're all undone.
     
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  20. An Guilbneach

    An Guilbneach Mane Nobiscum Domine

    You hit the nail on the head here.
     
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