Feds Rule Against Marriage

 

 Federals Marching Boldly Forward

Federals Marching Boldly Forward

Our black-robed handlers have now decreed that Sodomite “marriage” is a right that is to be enforced in the states. As LifeSiteNews reports,

In a 5-4 ruling handed down this morning in Obergefell v. Hodges, the justices ruled that the Fourteenth Amendment requires states to offer marriage licenses to homosexual couples. That overturns a ruling from the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, based in Ohio, which held that the univerally recognized right to marry applies only as marriage has historically been understood: the union of one man and one woman.

Looking at the decay around us, especially at the cultural genocide being inflicted on our people, it comes as no surprise as to the court’s decision. The steps to ensure this egalitarian ecstasy had been laid long before our own time. In fact, one could trace the move (as the article above relates) back to the anti-Southern 14th Amendment, which provided the legal foothold necessary for advancing such a decadent decision. How will the states react? It is clear, just as Roe v. Wade has shown, that the Federal government never backs down from policies they implement- Republican or Democrat making little difference. There are two steps left as recourse. Firstly, the states must nullify these overreaches, and then they must declare independence as a means of safeguarding the Sacred Institutions and the culture at large.

The Federals have waged war on every aspect of Alabamian life, from our Sacraments to our symbols. Now is the time to act; there is no room for complacency.

Pax Christi

St. Andrews News

Bentley the Scallywag

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Our Governor, Robert Bentley, has ordered the Confederate flag removed from the Capitol grounds. The man is an embarrassment and clearly does not represent the people of Alabama. Steps must be taken to ensure he is held accountable for this traitorous action and that the flags may be returned to their proper places.

Republican Betrayal, Again?

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In the wake of the tragedy of the Charleston Shooting, what should have been a time of mourning rapidly degenerated into a political frag-fest. Republicans are trying to out-scream their Democratic “opponents” in the defamation of the Confederate Battle Flag.  Former Republican presidential runner Mitt Romney personally called on South Carolina (and presumably the entire South) to

Take down the #ConfederateFlag at the SC Capitol. To many, it is a symbol of racial hatred. Remove it now to honor #Charleston victims

If one Yankee sticking his nose in wasn’t bad enough, Jeb Bush (possibly the future Bush III) gloats over his anti-Southern actions, noting,

My position on how to address the Confederate flag is clear. In Florida, we acted, moving the flag from the state grounds to a museum where it belonged.

No doubt Jeb Bush would want all Southerners (himself being a Yankee transplant of the Bush variety) relegated to a history footnote, with highlights over the words “racist” and “evil.” His compatriot, the Chairman of the Republican National Committee, Rince Preibus, also blowed about his anti-Southernism:

Proud to stand in SC today with & SC leaders to call for removal of the Confederate battle flag

The traditional anti-Southerners have continued their venom here and abroad. Alvin “the Chipmunk” Holmes continues his inane diatribe. Meanwhile, mega-corporations are systematically banning the CBF.

The entire framing of the issue is completely skewed- what should be a condemnation of one individual has somehow (predictably) turned into a condemnation of the South. Many are acting as if the state of South Carolina “owes” the victims the removal of the Confederate Battle Flag. An independent, acting alone, with a possible mental condition, somehow speaks for the entire South? Dylann Roof speaks for no man but himself. His action was idiotic, counter-productive to his own stated goals, and, ultimately, harmful to the South and to the memory of Rhodesia.

On a happier note, South Carolina State Senator Lee Bright defended the flag and the Southern people against the vile attacks, stating,

There are those of us who have ancestors that fought and spilled blood on the side of the South when they were fighting for states’ rights, and we don’t want our ancestors relegated to the ash heaps of history. Through the years, the heroes of the South have been slandered, maligned and misrepresented, and this is a further activity in that.

We call upon all Alabamians to pray the Rosary for the intention of saving the flags of the South.

 

 

Alabama Stands

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In light of the predictable Federal assaults upon the sanctity of marriage via their black-robed lackeys (otherwise known as Federal Judges), some men and women have been shown to have both a backbone and a moral compass, refusing to give in to the despicable demands. This Saturday, the 6th of June, many Alabamians will converge on the capitol for a pro-marriage rally:

Sanctity of Marriage Alabama, a group advocating for the definition of marriage to remain as a union between one man and one woman, is set to gather with state leaders, pastors and other individuals in front of the Alabama Capitol Building for an “Alabama for Marriage Rally” on Saturday, June 6th from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m….The group says they organized the event for Christians to come together and promote marriage between one man and one woman, as well as to encourage state leaders to stand up against judicial overreach.

God-willing, St. Andrews News will be able to make the event and cover it for our readers. We encourage as many persons as possible to attend and show the world that Alabama will stand.

 

PC Police Attack Pettus Bridge

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The PC Police are on the march. The target this year for their outrage is the Edmund Pettus Bridge, named for Southern hero General Edmund Pettus, of Selma. A black woman named Brandi Hater, er, Hatter, has started a petition to change the name of General Edmund Pettus Bridge to something more reflective of the “equality” that the 1960s revolutionaries earned it. The Hater complains,

Unfortunately, the bridge is STILL named after a man who served as Grand Dragon of the Alabama Ku Klux Klan, was a Confederate General, and was later elected as a United States Senator.

The last part is the scary bit- U.S. Senator. Just those words send shivers down my spine. That other stuff- that he would risk life and limb in defense of his home in war and peace, and put his neck out on the line to ensure the political stability and dominance of Alabamians in Alabama – that sounds laudable, not embarrassing.

So far Hater’s petition has 130,000 signatures in support. The question is: what are true Alabamians going to do in response?

On MLK (Happy Robert E. Lee Day!)

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Some unfortunate people (Neo-Conservatives, Republicans, etc) have mistakenly decided to use this day to venerate the Secular Saint Martin Luther King, Jr., rather than the honourable (though admittedly not perfect) Robert E. Lee. They choose to deify a man and “baptise” him into their own movement while disparaging the historical hero of the South. But, like the Theistic evolution narrative, if you accept the basic tenant (in this case “MLK was a good man”), then you toss the ball to their court. Evidence abounds that he was a Communist sympathiser, if not a Communist himself. For the evidence presented, we show that MLK was no conservative. Here is a quote from the man on the defeat of Barry Goldwater:

The American people revealed great maturity by overwhelmingly rejecting a presidential candidate who had become identified with extremism, racism, and retrogression. The voters of our nation rendered a telling blow to the radical right. They defeated those elements in our society which seek to pit white against Negro and lead the nation down a dangerous Fascist path. (emphasis added)

On Marxism:

We must recognize that the problems of neither racial nor economic justice can be solved without a radical redistribution of political and economic power.

Sadly, even our Churches (even Catholic Churches) seem intent on contributing to the myth of the great, late, MLK. If not for political reasons alone, but especially for religious reasons the man should be shunned. A key deficiency of most progressivists, King also denied key tenants of the Christian Faith. Here are his words on the development of  Christian doctrine, born not of the Supernatural by Divine Revelation, but by natural means out of the consciousness of the early Christians:

Doctrines and creeds do not spring forth uncaused like Athene sprang from the head of Zeus, but they grow out of the historical settings and the psychological moods of the individuals that set them forth. All ideas, however profound or however naive, are produced by conditions and experiences that grow from the producers’ environment.

Compare these to the words of Saint Pope Pius X, hammer of modernists and possibly the greatest Pontiff of the 20th Century, in his “Oath Against Modernism” (1910):

Fourthly, I sincerely hold that the doctrine of faith was handed down to us from the apostles through the orthodox Fathers in exactly the same meaning and always in the same purport. Therefore, I entirely reject the heretical’ misrepresentation that dogmas evolve and change from one meaning to another different from the one which the Church held previously. I also condemn every error according to which, in place of the divine deposit which has been given to the spouse of Christ to be carefully guarded by her, there is put a philosophical figment or product of a human conscience that has gradually been developed by human effort and will continue to develop indefinitely. (emphasis added)

King continues with his heresy:

In this paper we shall discuss the experiences of early Christians which lead to three rather orthodox doctrines–the divine sonship of Jesus, the virgin birth, and the bodily resurrection…But if we delve into the deeper meaning of these doctrines, and somehow strip them of their literal interpretation, we will find that they are based on a profound foundation. Although we may be able to argue with all degrees of logic that these doctrines are historically and philolophically untenable, yet we can never undermind the foundation on which they are based.

On the Virginity of Our Blessed Mother:

The second doctrine in our discussion posits the virgin birth. This doctrine gives the modern scientific mind much more trouble than the first, for it seems downright improbable and even impossible for anyone to be born without a human father. First we must admit that the evidence for the tenability of this doctrine is to shallow to convince any objective thinker.

On the bodily Resurrection of Our Lord and Saviour, the Christ:

From a literary, historical, and philosophical point of view this doctrine raises many questions. In fact the external evidence for the authenticity of this doctrine is found wanting. But here again the external evidence is not the most important thing, for it in itself fails to tell us precisely the thing we most want to know: What experiences of early Christians lead to the formulation of the doctrine?

In all three points, MLK espouses the position that the early Christians’ “inner experiences” and “environment” led to the deification of Christ, who was not born of a Virgin, was likely not fully God, and was not resurrected from the dead. He leaves a hollow shell that is not Christian. Did the fool really think he could cast aspersions on matters that the great minds before him had already thought upon, ideas that were born out of events and reality rather than inner consciousness?

Bl. Pius IX, the “Southerner’s Pope,” wrote the great “Syllabus of Errors,” that the following notions are condemned as anti-Christian:

5. Divine revelation is imperfect, and therefore subject to a continual and indefinite progress, corresponding with the advancement of human reason.

7. The prophecies and miracles set forth and recorded in the Sacred Scriptures are the fiction of poets, and the mysteries of the Christian faith the result of philosophical investigations. In the books of the Old and the New Testament there are contained mythical inventions, and Jesus Christ is Himself a myth.

9. All the dogmas of the Christian religion are indiscriminately the object of natural science or philosophy, and human reason, enlightened solely in an historical way, is able, by its own natural strength and principles, to attain to the true science of even the most abstruse dogmas; provided only that such dogmas be proposed to reason itself as its object.

So should we celebrate MLK Day? No way.