Tm Wse versus the Christians

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Chicago archdiocese hosts speech by abortion supporter who called Pope Francis ‘evil’
Thu Mar 13, 2014 11:20 ESTTags: Archdiocese Of Chicago, Archdiocese Of Chicago Office Of Racial Justice, Racism, Tim Wise

So now that there aren’t visible WN 1.0 neo-Nazis and Klan marching in the streets, the forces of “anti-wacism” have to attack other targets — more formidable targets. The Christian right in this country may be very flawed, but heaven help anyone who picks a fight with them, and Tm Wse has really stirred up the hornet’s nest with these people.

Notice that they are using the 2010 essay where I caught him “editing his hate,” though they used the edited version, not the real juicy stuff about “wait for your hearts to stop beating.”

And check out the comments!

adam Vergara • a day ago
Tim wise now that is the most ironic name I have ever heard.
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Maggie Sullivan • a day ago
Come on…lets all not judge…….no mater how sick or disgusting our new Catholic Church can support it.
Satan is having a grand old time with our cowards who run the show.
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Catholic_Mom_of_6 • 18 hours ago
This is a joke, right? Nobody can be this stupid for real.
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Rev. Alan B. Maria Wharton • 19 hours ago
Sponsored by the Office for Racial … Justice? Are they serious? Does Mr. Wise represent this office’s sense of racial justice? If this speaker is representative of the sympathies and attitudes of those staffing this office, perhaps the Archbishop should consider some diocesan downsizing or transitioning of employees, or if that should be deemed overly stern, perhaps some ever-popular sensitivity training.

In the meantime, the staffer(s) in this office responsible for inviting Mr. Wise should reflect on the following words of Pope Francis:

“When a Christian becomes a disciple of the ideology, he has lost the faith: he is no longer a disciple of Jesus, he is a disciple of this attitude of thought… For this reason Jesus said to them: ‘You have taken away the key of knowledge.’ The knowledge of Jesus is transformed into an ideological and also moralistic knowledge… The faith becomes ideology and ideology frightens, ideology chases away the people, distances, distances the people and distances of the Church of the people… it is a serious illness, this of ideological Christians.”
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shackra sislock • 13 hours ago
“The worse sinners are nice people who, by denying sin, make the cure of sin impossible. Sin is very serious, but it is more serious to deny sin. That is why those who very often deny sin become scandal mongers, tale bearers, and hypercritics because they have to project their real guilt outside of themselves to others. And this gives them, also, a great illusion of goodness. It will be found generally true that the increase of fault finding is in direct proportion to the denial of sin.” ~Archbishop Fulton Sheen (Three to Get Married)
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WRBaker • 14 hours ago
I followed the link over to Dayton and asked them if they vetted this anti-Catholic “speaker,” who hates everyone and everything, before he is scheduled to speak and potentially confuse college kids. Of course, Dayton has their own “instructors” who almost every year make one wonder if this is a Catholic university or not (and it’s not even a Jesuit school!) – wonder how confused the students already are?
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HowardMauer • 6 hours ago
Tim Wise’s life work is a genocidal mania against whites. It is painful to read his glee at the imminent elimination of whites. In response to this article, he has written, “But everyone dies, and I do believe that this country will be a better
place, and a more equitable one, when it is less white, more
multicultural, more diverse….” That’s right. Being less white will inherently make the country a more moral, cultured, and humane place. A country in which whites are in the majority is ineluctably wicked, it seems.

Perhaps Mr. Wise might wish for a country in which people are more just, courageous, kind, charitable, temperate, honest, and industrious. These virtues might make the country better. But exchanging one supposedly fungible people for another won’t make us better in itself.

But don’t expect any of this from Mr. Wise. He has made a pretty penny off white guilt. This sells much better than exposing Jewish privilege. Ask Mr. Wise about that, and he will start stammering about victimhood instead of exposing his own privileged status, one upon which most of the victims of his hate cannot depend.
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Not Gramsci • 6 hours ago
Also, that office links to “resources” that include Marxist organizations such as the Zinn Education Project.…
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Not Gramsci • 7 hours ago
And this guy charges $7,500 per speech, plus travel expenses. How does the Archdiocesan office that hired him justify that cost?
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leogirl87 • 16 hours ago
This is anti-Christian bigotry, plain and simple. Someone with that big of a prejudice should not be a public speaker.
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Nedd Kareiva • 18 hours ago
A prime example of a complete lack of discernment by an entity that should have. A sad state of the “Christian” church, let alone not a “Wise” one. Bluntly stated, this was as stupid as it gets.
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JamesBountros • 19 hours ago
Is this guy for real? Does the word INTOLERANT come to mind — in bold letters — reguarding his attitudes?

Of all he really knows the so called ‘brown’ people could very well start showing up voting conservative on social issues. That would turn the tide for the good guys. May it be so.
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shackra sislock JamesBountros • 13 hours ago
you can make them bold by adding the tags INTOLERANT, no kidding: INTOLERANT. See?
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Borghesius • 21 hours ago
If he is like this on all of these other moral issues, what is the likely hood that he is any better on anti-racism? Or will he also rail against straw dog racists?
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j1mmyzeta • 31 minutes ago
“Anti-racist” is just a codeword for anti-White.
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bobbybob • 2 hours ago
Remember, just keep putting your money in the collection basket when it comes around and everything will be alright. It would be a sin not to.
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4 Responses to Tm Wse versus the Christians

  1. Cj aka Elderofzyklons Blog says:

    Reblogged this on ElderofZyklon's Blog!.

  2. Rita Rabbit says:

    Most Church going Christians are very passionate about their faith. Get them on
    our side and they will be a force to reckoned with. Wait! I do believe Wise is helping to do just that!

  3. Sam says:

    Remind them what Jesus said about the Jews(John 8:44),”Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it.”

  4. Ryu says:

    That’s why wns have to give up public displays, for now at least. They’ll have to cook up new enemies to fight.

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