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Saturday, 30 July 2016

The Archbishop of Dublin, Diarmuid Martin, comes out of the closet as an Islamist



Diarmuid Martin, the Archbishop of Dublin who will go down in history as the grossly incompetent and homosexualist pandering churchman, while once Catholic Ireland threw in with the horror of "same-sex marriage". 

Was it to apologize for his disgraceful, cowardly lack of stewardship of Catholics in Ireland? Was it to apologize for the disastrous catechesis which led 90% of young voters to vote in favour of  homosexuality and against Holy Matrimony? Was it to call for repentance of himself and his fellow churchmen in allowing the plague of homosexuality to spread with such ease amongst Irish society and the clergy?

No. All Diarmuid Martin could do is publicly attack Raymond Cardinal Burke for speaking the obvious about the dangers of Islam against what shreds of Catholicism remain in the once Christian West.

Either Martin is mentally ill or an evil malefactor: consider these words by the Irish churchman about Mohommedanism:

"does Islam want to rule the world? There may be some people of the Islamic faith [sic] who do, but Islam itself has another side within it - a caring and tolerant side".

A madman or a malefactor. dear reader, you choose. Perhaps even a bit of both, as evil eventually does drive one insane. 

1 comment:

Ger Leahy said...

Kathleen1031 said..."Ger, I seriously doubt young people are going to be able to really make that distinction between holy matrimony and civil unions, or would even bother today"

The same sex referendum was the one of the most debated political issues here in Ireland last year. Everyone was aware that the referendum concerned civil marriage.

"Most Irish youth most likely now support in totality all aspects of homosexuality."

If you mean the rights of gay people in Ireland to be treated equally under the law, yes, the vast majority of young Irish have voted on this matter. If you mean that Irish young people accept their gay peers for who they are, again, yes, they evidently do.

You say: "Anyone who defends Islam at this point or is an apologist for it is frankly, delusional, intractably PC, or mad."



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