Sunday, October 28, 2012

D Willinger Communications With Uninterested "Chick" Publications

Totally un-interested in WW1-WW2 era 'Black Pope' Wlodimir Ledochowski!

How about a current video of Mr. Chick?

I find it extremely bizarre that Chick publications has never even mentioned let alone discussed Ledochowski the WW2 Black Pope.

I am only one person, but that has not stopped me from looking at a lot of Vatican expose writings on the internet.

Yet when I informed Chick about Continuing Counter Reformation, Wlodimir Ledochowski/Kulterkampf Revenge, I see but one quick hit on my web counter with no follow up pages hits.

Mr Chick needs to learn to use a computer.

Douglas Willinger

--- On Fri, 8/29/08, Postmaster wrote:

> From: Postmaster
> To:
> Date: Friday, August 29, 2008, 3:53 PM
> Hello again,
> Thank you for your understanding. It's not that we are
> not interested it's
> we have limited personal. And yes he does exist. I work
> for him.
> God bless,
> Chick Publications
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Douglas Willinger []
> Sent: Thursday, August 28, 2008 3:30 PM
> To:;;
> 'Thomas Richards';
>; 'Freeman Fly';
>; Postmaster
> Cc: 'eric jon phelps'
> Mr. Chick's operation has NO one interested enough?
> That's pretty bad!
> Does the man even exist?
> I find it quite strange that such an organization can put
> out so much about
> the Vatican without ever mentioning Wlodimir Ledochowski.
> Douglas Willinger
> Continuing Counter Reformation
> --- On Thu, 8/28/08, Postmaster
> wrote:
> > From: Postmaster
> > To:,,
> "'Thomas Richards'"
> ,,
> "'Douglas Willinger'"
> , "'Freeman
> Fly'" ,
> > Cc: "'eric jon phelps'"
> > Date: Thursday, August 28, 2008, 1:00 PM
> > Hello to all,
> >
> > I am requesting that everyone that receives this
> message
> > take
> > off your mailing please. Mr.
> Chick
> > does not receive
> > these emails he is an older gentlemen who does not use
> the
> > computer. I am
> > the only one that does the emails here at Chick. I get
> > thousands a week and
> > these are not necessary. Hope you understand. Thank
> you.
> >
> > Sincerely,
> >
> > Esther
> > Chick Publications

The dynamics of this, to me suggest that Jack Chick, who mixes in Romanist Futurism, is Controlled Oppositon.

No man callng hmself a Christan should be that shy about showng his face.

The Final Papal U.S. Presidential Election?

The 2012 U.S. Presidential election, as the final one prior to December 21, 2012, ought to be the final one led by the Papacy.
Just go through the list of topics they all agree upon. 

And of course note the disproprtionate amount of time spent upon the varous social issues of same sex Marriage, abortion and increasingly for 2012 contraception, the obessession with verbal gaffes as Romney's failure to include the word "resumes" in his statement about "binders of women", or Obama's use of the term "less than optimal", and of course the complete dsregard of the broader ssues as the incredbly costly and intrusive "drug war."

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Eject that Papal Core!

I see this as a call for the Catholic Church to Jettison the Core of the Papacy, and by extension the hidden over-rule of the 10 headed (or so) council of ancient families

Catholic theologian wants to unseat the Pope

Guardian, UK - One of the world's most prominent Catholic theologians has called for a revolution from below to unseat the pope and force radical reform at the Vatican.

Hans Küng is appealing to priests and churchgoers to confront the Catholic hierarchy, which he says is corrupt, lacking credibility and apathetic to the real concerns of the church's members.

In an exclusive interview with the Guardian, Küng, who had close contact with the pope when the two worked together as young theologians, described the church as an "authoritarian system" with parallels to Germany's Nazi dictatorship.

"The unconditional obedience demanded of bishops who swear their allegiance to the pope when they make their holy oath is almost as extreme as that of the German generals who were forced to swear an oath of allegiance to Hitler," he said.

The Vatican made a point of crushing any form of clerical dissent, he added. "The rules for choosing bishops are so rigid that as soon as candidates emerge who, say, stand up for the pill, or for the ordination of women, they are struck off the list." The result was a church of "yes men", almost all of whom unquestioningly toed the line.

"The only way for reform is from the bottom up," said Küng, 84, who is a priest. "The priests and others in positions of responsibility need to stop being so subservient, to organise themselves and say that there are certain things that they simply will not put up with anymore."
In the late 1960s, he became the first major Roman Catholic theologian since the late 19th century Old Catholic Church schism to publicly reject the doctrine of papal infallibility, in particular in his book Infallible? An Inquiry (1971). Consequently, on December 18, 1979, he was stripped of his missio canonica, his licence to teach as a Roman Catholic theologian, but carried on teaching as a tenured professor of ecumenical theology at the University of Tübingen until his retirement (Emeritierung) in 1996. To this day he remains a persistent critic of papal infallibility, which he claims is man-made (and thus reversible) rather than instituted by God. He was not excommunicated ferendae sententiae....
In the early 1990s, Küng initiated a project called Weltethos (Global Ethic), which is an attempt at describing what the world's religions have in common (rather than what separates them) and at drawing up a minimal code of rules of behaviour everyone can accept. His vision of a global ethic was embodied in the document for which he wrote the initial draft, Towards a Global Ethic: An Initial Declaration. This Declaration was signed at the 1993 Parliament of the World's Religions by religious and spiritual leaders from around the world. Later Küng's project would culminate in the UN's Dialogue Among Civilizations to which Küng was assigned as one of 19 "eminent persons." Even though it was completed shortly after the terrorist attacks of 9/11 (in September 2001), it was not covered in the U.S. media, about which Küng complained.[8][9][10]

In March 1991, he gave a talk titled "No Peace Among Nations until Peace Among the Religions" at UCSD's Price Center. He visited the nearby Beth El synagogue and spoke there on modern German-Jewish relations.[11]
In 1998, he published Dying with Dignity, co-written with Walter Jens, in which he affirms acceptance of euthanasia from a Christian viewpoint.
In 2005, Küng published a critical article in Italy and Germany on The failures of Pope Wojtyla. Küng argued that the world had expected a period of conversion, reform, and dialogue; but instead politically John Paul II offered a restoration of the pre-Vatican II status quo—thus blocking reform and inter-church dialogue and reasserting the absolute dominion of Rome.
This Papacy has repeatedly declared its fidelity to Vatican II, in order to then betray it for reasons of political expediency. Council terms such as modernization, dialogue, and ecumenicalism have been replaced by emphasis on restoration, mastery, and obedience. 
The criteria for the nomination of Bishops is not at all in the spirit of the Gospel... Pastoral politics has allowed the moral and intellectual level of the episcopate to slip to dangerous levels. A mediocre, rigid, and more conservative episcopate will be the lasting legacy of this papacy.
On September 26, 2005, he had a friendly discussion about Catholic theology over dinner with Pope Benedict XVI, surprising some observers.[12]
Nevertheless, in a 2009 interview with Le Monde, Küng deeply criticised the lifting of the excommunications on the bishops of the Society of Saint Pius X. At the same time, he made criticisms of the Pope's theology, saying it remained the same as that of the council of Nicea held in 325. The interview drew a rebuke from Cardinal Angelo Sodano.[13]
Based on Studium Generale lectures at Tübingen University, his latest publication, Der Anfang aller Dinge (The beginning of all things), discusses the relationship between science and religion. In an analysis spanning from quantum physics to neuroscience, he comments on the current debate about evolution in the United States, dismissing those opposed to the teaching of evolution as "naive [and] un-enlightened."
In his recent book Was ich glaube (Piper Verlag, 2010), he describes his own personal relationship with nature, how he learned to observe correctly, drawing strength from God’s creation without falling victim to a false and fanatic love of nature.
In April 2010, he published in several newspapers an open letter[14] to all Catholic bishops. In the letter he criticized Pope Benedict's handling of liturgical, collegial and inter-religious issues and also the sexual abuse scandals that have engulfed the Catholic Church. In the letter, he called on bishops to consider six proposals, ranging from speaking up and working on regional solutions to calling for another Vatican council.

[bold and underlining added- DW]

added oct 10, 2012:

Neccessary Topic for Kung and Others to Address:

Continuing Counter Reformation - Mieczyslaw Ledochowski


Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Something Happening in 2012

Vatican police officers testified that when they searched Mr. Gabriele’s Vatican City apartment in May, they found a “very, very large wardrobe” stuffed with thousands of photocopies, newspaper clippings, printed material from the Internet and even original documents, a few written by cardinals. Some of the documents pertained to the Vatican, but others related to Freemasons or to secret service agencies. In all, 82 boxes of papers were removed.