June 25, 2016
CATHOLIC writers sometimes perform great feats of intellectual contortion to avoid the sedevacantist position, which is the thesis that a non-Catholic cannot be pope. Serious objections to and arguments against this thesis exist and deserve respectful consideration. But once you enter the field of publicly rejecting much of what a pope says and teaches, as quite a few traditionalist journalists do, you become either an anti-papist (i.e., not Catholic) or a sedevacantist. Serious social and professional ramifications to entering the sedevacantist camp may be one cause for the reluctance of those who are acting as anti-papists to declare themselves sedevacantists.
As for Barnhardt, I must simply warn readers to stay away from her altogether.
She reiterated her call once again after the Orlando psy-op for giving the residents of Medina and Mecca 24 hours to vacate their homes before their cities are obliterated with nuclear weapons. Think about that. Innocent men, women and children killed by the tens of thousands because of a purported (and at least partly fabricated) attack on a nightclub in which the alleged attacker will never be tried in any court. Gee, I wonder whom this would most benefit? And Barnhardt has the effrontery to pass herself off as a Catholic. She is not to be taken seriously as a Catholic or, given the obvious scams of Orlando, as a journalist. She is a fraud. She has also maligned the engineers, architects, firemen, physicists, pilots, eyewitnesses and serious independent scholars who have questioned the events of 9/11, calling their work “insane rantings.” The evidence against the 19 Muslims allegedly involved in 9/11 has never been vetted in any criminal or civil court, and yet Barnhardt believed thousands, if not millions, of Muslims should be nuked in response. And people take this woman seriously?
Avoid Barnhardt’s cute, hateful term for Muslims (“Musloids”) and her oh-so-cute pink rifle. I could care less what her position is on the fraudulent “Pope” Francis.
Who is Ann Barnhardt? I leave it to you, dear reader, to draw the logical conclusions. Read More »