Monday, September 22, 2008

Kosher-Katholic Election Propaganda

http://www.catholicvote.com/

Thanks to the reader who emailed this in. This is election propaganda from an organization called Fidelis Center for Law & Policy which targets dumbed-down Catholics of the "Noahide" variety. I am certain of this because at 3/4 of the way through the video the following caption, accompanied by powerful images and music, is presented to the viewer:


"... in our commitment to moral values for the good of the world, 67 million Catholics in America, working alongside countless others, we can protect the values this great nation was built upon: life faith and family."


At the precise time that the message, "working alongside countless others" is presented an image of a large body of rabbis of Orthodox Judaism accompanies it. The message is clear, the rabbis of Orthodox Judaism are the allies of Catholics in moral and family issues--particularly abortion.

View the video at this link at the top of the page:

http://www.catholicvote.com/


Only a dumbed-down Catholic of the "Noahide" variety completely oblivious to the undying hatred which the rabbis harbor for all things related to the real Jesus and true Christianity could fall for such a transparent fraud HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, (the rabbis tolerate counterfeit Christianity as long as it is useful to them, however). Only a dumbed-down Catholic of the "Noahide" variety who buys into the foul lie that rabbis are anti-abortion would be taken by such a cheap swindle (Judaism Discovered pp. 878-885). Only a dumbed-down Catholic of the "Noahide" variety who is oblivious to the fact that the rabbis are working to impose their Talmudic "Noahide law" concoction on the U.S. would fall for the ruse that rabbis want to protect the values the United States was built upon HERE.

That "Fidelis Center" sure has chutzpah!

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Looks like a promotion video for world youth day. Gross.

Br. Anthony, T.O.S.F. said...

Maurice,

Which particular video are you talking about in the link?

Maurice Pinay said...

It's at this link at the top of the page:

http://www.catholicvote.com/