LESBIANS AND MURDEROUS MOTHERS: THE DC WOMEN’S MARCH

Lesbians and Murderous Mothers: The DC Women’s March

To call it the Women’s March is an insult to the millions of decent women who reject these feminists’ agenda and outnumber these feminazis

by Michael Voris, S.T.B. • ChurchMilitant • January 21, 2017

The disgusting scene that unfolded on the streets of Washington, D.C. Saturday, called the Women’s March, needs to be labeled for exactly what it was: a march in support of lesbianism and transgenderism, ensuring that mothers can continue to slice their children to pieces in the womb and that the government will pay for their contraception.

It had nothing to do with changes to healthcare, because lesbianism, child murder and contraception have nothing to do with healthcare — although gender dysphoria does.

And to call it a “women’s” march is an insult to all the hundreds of millions of decent women who fortunately outnumber these feminazis.

The filth that spewed from the mouths of people like Madonna — who belted out the F-word more than anyone else in recorded history — the wearing of what we will politely call “Cat Hats,” the number of middle fingers that were flipped by the thousands — all of these made it difficult for their mainstream media allies to leave the cameras on them for any length of time.

This was a revolting display from the real Deplorables, who cloak their evil in the guise of good.

Healthcare? Killing your child is neither health nor is it caring. This is a completely ginned-up cause by those who want to act (with emphasis on act) desperately aggrieved by Trump’s lewd comments that were revealed during the campaign. But no one can claim to be revolted by his comments who, at the same time, marches through the nation’s capital spewing out language with accompanying signs and symbols that would make devils blush with shame.

Where were all these women when Bill Clinton wasn’t just “saying” crude and lewd things but actually doing them — repeatedly, dozens of times, even in the Oval Office itself? Not a peep from the victims of patriarchy, wounded, abused feministas — because it’s never been about that. That’s just a convenient cover.

Bill Clinton sexually assaulted more women than you could count. His female wife verbally attacked those same women in public when they came forward — and no one in the media of the feminazi crowd breathed a word. They kept their mouths shut because Bill was their champion of childkilling, the Planned Parenthood patsy; and while they may have been disgusted with him (we don’t know because they never said, and 30 years later, have still never said), they weren’t about to rally against the man who had sworn to keeping their child-murdering machinery in place.

No. This whole victimhood thing needs to be unmasked for what it is: a massive protest against morality.

That’s why the organizers kicked out pro-life women from the march preps earlier in the week; it’s all about advancing their immorality and evil — a giant release of pained and guilty consciences that know down deep their lesbianism is a psychological disorder and the children the rest of them have murdered in their own wombs have wrecked them spiritually.

They rail against Trump because the policies — not necessarily the man — he advances are connected to God in the areas of sexual morality; and they cannot bear to hear that they are depraved and killers. Their own consciences convict them.

The rage displayed by these emotionally and psychologically devastated women is completely unbalanced, mentally off. It needs to be called out for what it is.

That a person like Madonna, whose own children have expressed dismay at her exploitation of sex during her career, would be one of the lead representatives of this event says everything you need to know. How many marchers in that crowd have the blood of their own children on their hands? Guilt is what inspired them to march, not fear of Trump.

If Bill Clinton — who actually did assault and abuse women by the dozens — didn’t inspire deep fear in these women, then you’d have to be completely off the reservation to think a man who just says something vile would.

The sounds you heard in the streets of D.C. on Saturday are echoes of the sounds the damned will hear in Hell — hate, rage, anger, guilt, shame. This was not a women’s march; it was a march for lesbianism and mothers who murdered their children and needed a way to vent their shame and guilt. That there were so many only speaks to the depth that the diabolical has reached into life on this earth. The women who marched hate God and cannot tolerate their consciences.

During the New York Times hit piece on us here at Church Militant last month that liberals are starting to pick up on, I said in response to a question that the current political climate in the United States is a war between two camps: those who believe in God and those who don’t. This war isn’t going anywhere or ending anytime soon because Satan never sleeps — and neither can we.

The Church Militant must call out evil for what it is. It’s all about consequence-free sex with whomever you want, whenever you want — and that’s all it’s about.

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13 comments on “LESBIANS AND MURDEROUS MOTHERS: THE DC WOMEN’S MARCH

  1. It’s pretty ugly in DC today. The organizers want to say 500,000 are there, but a fawning report in
    www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4142950/Thousands-women-head-Washington-protest-Trump.html
    says 200,000.

    “We march today for the moral core of this nation, against which our president is waging a war,” according to some actress leader type. Got it. Your moral right to murder your child and marry your girlfriend just isn’t getting enough respect these days.

    The Pro-Life March on Jan 27 better have more than 200,000.

    One highlight, from a comment at the DM article:



    Comment: “Why was Michael Jackson there? I thought he was dead! At that point I realized it was Cher. Double coyote she is.”

  2. Ex-WSJ Reporter Finds George Soros Has Ties To More Than 50 “Partners” Of The Women’s March (ZeroHedge.com)
    [Lots of informative links in the article.]

    Former WSJ reporter Asra Nomani asks in the NYT’s “Women In the World” section what is the link between one of Hillary Clinton’s largest donors and the Women’s March? Her answer: “as it turns out, it’s quite significant.”

    Here is what else she discovered.

    Billionaire George Soros has ties to more than 50 ‘partners’ of the Women’s March on Washington

    In the pre-dawn darkness of today’s presidential inauguration day, I faced a choice, as a lifelong liberal feminist who voted for Donald Trump for president: lace up my pink Nike sneakers to step forward and take the DC Metro into the nation’s capital for the inauguration of America’s new president, or wait and go tomorrow to the after-party, dubbed the “Women’s March on Washington”?

    The Guardian has touted the “Women’s March on Washington” as a “spontaneous” action for women’s rights. Another liberal media outlet, Vox, talks about the “huge, spontaneous groundswell” behind the march. On its website, organizers of the march are promoting their work as “a grassroots effort” with “independent” organizers. Even my local yoga studio, Beloved Yoga, is renting a bus and offering seats for $35. The march’s manifesto says magnificently, “The Rise of the Woman = The Rise of the Nation.”

    It’s an idea that I, a liberal feminist, would embrace. But I know — and most of America knows — that the organizers of the march haven’t put into their manifesto: the march really isn’t a “women’s march.” It’s a march for women who are anti-Trump.

    As someone who voted for Trump, I don’t feel welcome, nor do many other women who reject the liberal identity-politics that is the core underpinnings of the march, so far, making white women feel unwelcome, nixing women who oppose abortion and hijacking the agenda.

    … Following the money, I poured through documents of billionaire George Soros and his Open Society philanthropy, because I wondered: What is the link between one of Hillary Clinton’s largest donors and the “Women’s March”?

    I found out: plenty.

    By my draft research, which I’m opening up for crowd-sourcing on GoogleDocs, Soros has funded, or has close relationships with, at least 56 of the march’s “partners,” including “key partners” Planned Parenthood, which opposes Trump’s anti-abortion policy, and the National Resource Defense Council, which opposes Trump’s environmental policies. The other Soros ties with “Women’s March” organizations include the partisan MoveOn.org (which was fiercely pro-Clinton), the National Action Network (which has a former executive director lauded by Obama senior advisor Valerie Jarrett as “a leader of tomorrow” as a march co-chair and another official as “the head of logistics”). Other Soros grantees who are “partners” in the march are the American Civil Liberties Union, Center for Constitutional Rights, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch. March organizers and the organizations identified here haven’t yet returned queries for comment.
    … Much like post-election protests, which included a sign, “Kill Trump,” were not “spontaneous,” as reported by some media outlets, the “Women’s March” is an extension of strategic identity politics that has so fractured America today, from campuses to communities. On the left or the right, it’s wrong. But, with the inauguration, we know the politics. With the march, “women” have been appropriated for a clearly anti-Trump day.

  3. These happened all across the globe in certain cities as usual, London, NYC, etc…yet not in certain other cities or countries. Nor have they protested about certain topics such as the fake Muslim refugees raping people or fgm or such.
    It was good to see so many celebs there, so we can show our children and grandchildren how much they’ve sold themselves to Satan and his minions.
    And it wasn’t just women. It included men, too, such as Jake Gyllenhal and Jared Kushner (Trump’s “Jewish” son-in-law)’s brother who voted for Hillary.

    If only these people could see they’re just being used to further an agenda that cares absolutely not one bit about any of them.

  4. POSTED BY RESTORE-DC-CATHOLICISM ON SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 2017

    Women’s March To Perdition

    The orgy is going on as I type this. There are live feeds available and they are quite revelatory. I just finished Madonna spewing forth nonsense and profanity. Then some preacher started praying to “mother-father god”; heaven only knows just what demon(s) were summoned by that incantation. This is not the first such debacle but this one features a new signature fashion fad. It’s called the “pussy hat”.

    * * *

    According to Yes magazine, the fad is ostensibly to “make a collective visual statement”. That it certainly is doing, but they may be making some Freudian slips with those statements. Even the article’s title, “What’s Up Pussy Hat?” probably tips their hand a bit. As you can see, the thing features ears that resembles cat ears. But who are we kidding? The term “pussy” is an obvious double entendre and a deliberate one at that, as the term “pussy” is a vulgar term for female genitalia.

    I’m old enough to remember when feminists hated being viewed as “sex objects” and that they wanted not to be valued as a sum of sex parts but for their intellect. No more! With gimmick like “pussy hats” they clearly if unconsciously communicate that they believe their identities are to be found as, well, sex objects!

    As I say in the video, Betty Friedan must be spinning in her grave. However, unless these women (and their ilk) repent and convert to Christianity, they greatly increase their chances of spending eternity in hell.


    www.youtube.com/embed/NYHKR5VdUBY

  5. Womyn’s March draws large crowds in worldwide demonstrations for equality

    Katholyk womyn made sure their voices were heard among the millions who gathered at marches and rallies in cities and towns across the United States and around the world on January 21 to stand up for women’s rights and send a signal to President Donald Trump the day after his inauguration about a wide range of issues, including immigration reform, health care and religious tolerance.

    [In Communist parlance, they are “useful idiots”; in common parlance, they are “plain idiots”]

    By the Global Sisters Report: A project of the National un-Catholic Reporter [funded by a multi-million grant from the Conrad Hilton Foundation] | Jan. 21, 2017

    Crowds of more than 500,000 — about double what organizers had expected — jammed Washington, D.C., to the point that the march portion of the Women’s March had to be abandoned and instead turned into a series of rallies and spontaneous mini-marches around the city.

    In Boston, Chicago and dozens of other cities, crowds exceeded organizers’ expectations.

    Hundreds of women religious also joined the demonstrations and rallies, identifying with causes and issues that reflect their charisms and lifelong work. The Sisters of St. Joseph had a strong presence at the Women’s March in Washington, D.C., with more than 130 sisters, associates, ministry partners, and friends and family making their voices heard.

    A bus sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Brentwood, New York, filled quickly and had a 10-person waiting list, according to St. Joseph Sr. Helen Kearney, president of the congregation. Among the 53 attendees were sisters; co-ministers from their skilled nursing facility, day care center and literacy center; and clients from the literacy center.

    The congregation’s charism includes the values of unity and the empowerment of women. Kearney said she attended the march to communicate to political leaders “the values of inclusion, respect for diversity and the need to foster justice for all people.”

    In New York, the Women’s March was an extension of the day-to-day work for the Catholic sisters who represent their congregations at the United Nations. Sr. Winifred Doherty, the United Nations representative of the Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd, and Sr. Celine Paramunda, the U.N. representative of the Medical Mission Sisters, wore placards proclaiming their commitments to girls’ rights and gender justice, economic justice and climate justice and to girls’ rights.

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    Sr. Winifred Doherty, right, the United Nations representative of the Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd, and Sr. Celine Paramunda, the U.N. representative of the Medical Mission Sisters, wore placards proclaiming their commitments to gender, economic and climate justice and to girls’ rights.

    “These are all interrelated,” Doherty said, and achieving them requires a change of consciousness that women can help bring about. Doherty said such events are necessary to challenge a male-dominated mindset that makes gender equality elusive and that continues to impoverish many women.

    “Women in so many parts of the world don’t have land rights, they don’t have access to credit,” she said. “We have to challenge that, challenge the power that is exercised over women.”

    Interviewed just before the march, the sisters said they would be unfazed by the signs proclaiming opposition to Trump, saying they were marching out of solidarity with fellow women.

    Doherty, who is Irish, and Paramunda, who is Indian, emphasized the international character of the day’s events, noting that marches were taking place in 33 countries. The march in New York City began at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza near the United Nations and ended not far from Trump Tower in midtown Manhattan. Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer said the rally and march attracted 200,000 people.

    Sr. Justine Gitanjali Senapati, the Congregations of St. Joseph’s U.N. representative, said she was participating to affirm “the wisdom of women” and to counter what she said was “the hate in the world today.”

    “This is a march about who women are,” she said, “and gives the world a message that all women have dignity and value.”

    Emphasizing the need for unity, some minority women religious said they didn’t understand the sentiment expressed by some minority women to sit out the Washington march because it didn’t represent their interests.

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    Marchers on 42nd Street in Manhattan affirm their commitment to women’s equality.

    “We can’t continue to stay divided,” said Sr. Irma Dillard, a Religious of the Sacred Heart who traveled from San Francisco to Washington for the march.

    Speaking at a pre-event gathering on January 20, Dillard said she had to come to the march to represent the elderly and poor she has served in her 30 years at Catholic Charities in the Bay Area. The fear among those populations is very real, she said.

    “How are we going to change things if we don’t come to the table together?” she asked. “It’s not just a white woman thing. If it is, I’m not going to let it be because I am here.”

    Planned Parenthood’s co-sponsorship of the march and the many signs supporting reproductive rights of women didn’t dissuade sisters from participating. Only a very small percentage of Planned Parenthood’s budget is used for abortions, said Sr. Teresa Shields, of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, whereas the majority is for health services and screenings that all women need.

    “Of course we are not for abortion,” she said. But the larger issues of justice and peace called to her to participate, regardless of Planned Parenthood’s involvement.

    “I want to stand with others who stand for the same things we do — dignity, respect, fairness,” Mercy Sr. Anne Curtis said. “We’re concerned these things we are committed to are at risk right now.”

    Planned Parenthood’s sponsorship and the removal of a pro-life group from the list of march partners did cause her to reflect on her participation.

    “I had hoped that Planned Parenthood and right-to-life groups could co-sponsor and all stand together because we stand for women,” she said. Still, she decided to participate.

    “Jesus dined with tax collectors and sinners” and those who religious authorities of his day indicated should not be associated with, she said, adding, “The only way to find common ground is to stand together.”

    In El Paso, Texas, pro-life and pro-choice advocates were side by side as the city’s Women’s March wove through the historic Segundo Barrio to the San Jacinto Plaza just a mile from the ports of entry at the U.S.-Mexico border.

    Blustery weather did not keep people home. Marchers came from Mexico and New Mexico to express concern about policy changes in immigration, health care and education.

    Sr. Janet Gildea, who attended the El Paso march, said she was surprised that in a culture that is characterized by machismo, there were a large number of men at the “Women’s March.”

    “This signifies the realization that women’s rights and concerns are human rights and concerns,” she wrote in an email to GSR. As the group marched past Sacred Heart Jesuit parish and its prominent shrine to Our Lady of Guadalupe, Gildea said there was a strong sense of the solidarity of spirit in the border community and its history of resistance to injustice.

    Indeed, many of the values expressed by marchers are consistent with Catholic teaching, many participants interviewed said.

    “Love is the most important thing in the whole world,” said Taylor Lach, a 21-year-old Loyola University student who attended the Women’s March in Chicago.

    “I feel like this is 100 percent of what the Catholic church teaches.”

    Lach joined approximately 250,000 other Chicago-area marchers. Marchers chanted slogans such as “Black lives matter” and “Si se puede. Yes we can.” A crowd favorite was the call and response: “Tell me what democracy looks like. This is what democracy looks like.”

    After Trump’s demeaning remarks toward Muslims during the election season, marchers made sure to speak up for them. Chicago participants chanted: “No hate, no fear. Muslims are welcome here.”

    Other marchers made sure the inclusive values of their religion made it on their protest signs.

    “Christians for love, not hate” was on Kyri Sierra’s sign. Sierra, 36, is a member of Chicago Tabernacle, a local Christian church.

    “My husband and I are really disappointed in the voice Christians have had in this election,” she said. “We don’t feel it reflects the Christian point of view.”

    Kathleen Weiss Boyle, a 53-year-old parishioner at Queen of All Saints, a local Catholic church in Chicago, talked about her hope for the next four years.

    “I’m looking for values that reflect Jesus … I think the people that Donald Trump seeks to alienate are the people that Jesus would have drawn close to him,” she said.

    In Philadelphia, Sarah Weisiger, pastor of the Ivyland Presbyterian Church in Warminster, Pennsylvania, said the march “is consistent with my Christian values, and I wanted to do something positive.” She attended the march with her husband, Alex, and their three children who range in age from 6 months to 5 years old, adding that she also wanted to expose her children to positive action.

    Kristy Modarelli, a 34-year-old Catholic from Ohio still searching for a church home in the Philadelphia archdiocese, said she attended the march to express support for the causes she values, which include equality for women, equality for all marginalized people and action to remediate the effects of climate change.

    “I’m really just showing up to be counted, to show how there’s a massive number of people dissatisfied right now,” she said.

    Earlier in the week, organizers of the Women’s March in Boston were expecting about 20,000 people at their march. Instead, more than 100,000 people showed up, organizers said Saturday afternoon.

    Both of Massachusetts’ senators, Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Sen. Ed Markey, spoke at the rally.

    “We believe sexism, racism and homophobia have no place in this country. … We believe equal means equal,” Warren said.

    The Boston crowd cheered the loudest when speakers brought up preserving education and protecting immigrants.

    In St. Louis, Ann Compton Kammien, a co-member with the Loretto Community, said Saturday’s march was a great opportunity “to demonstrate our frustrations with the presidential voice we are hearing now and possibly for the next four years.”

    The energy and commitment must continue, she said.

    “We will not be silent. We will be strong in our work toward fair and generous treatment of all mankind and the earth we share,” she said. “There will be a second strong and ongoing voice to balance and overcome what we are hearing from Donald Trump and his Cabinet.”

    Overall, that the crowds came together to march regardless of race or creed sends a powerful message, said Social Service Sr. Simone Campbell, executive director of NETWORK, a national Catholic social justice lobby, who was one of the speakers at the Women’s March.

    As a Nun on the Bus, she said she and her fellow sisters “have traveled this nation, met many of you, but I must say I have never seen a sight like this: All of us together in one place.”

    Like at Pentecost, when the apostles of Jesus gathered in one place, frightened and afraid, until a mighty wind “lifted the courage and let people know we are not alone, we are together,” she said. “We are together regardless of our faiths, regardless of the color of our skin, regardless of who we define as neighbor. We are all neighbors to each other, and that is the deep truth that our nation was founded upon: We are our sisters’ keepers; we are our brothers’ keepers. It is that truth that will help us to mend the gaps in our society. It is that truth that will get us to heal the economic divide where those at the top keep taking more than those who are working hard to generate their wealth.”

    Finding solidarity in numbers is important, said Kathy Tobin, a member of St. Joseph Parish in Pinole, California. She planned to attend the San Francisco Women’s March because “it represents some way to join with others who oppose everything that Trump stands for. It’s hard to think the marches will accomplish much directly, but I hope the sheer numbers of marchers will draw attention to the fact that there is a big force out there against the Trump agenda. Catholic teaching values the life of each person, and the new president’s behavior in the past has shown him to be predominantly a bully with little regard for others, let alone those less fortunate,” Tobin said.

    In San Francisco, the Women’s March followed another major event, the 13th Annual Walk for Life West Coast. An estimated 50,000 from throughout Northern California were expected to participate in the Walk for Life, with an equal number of participants expected a few hours later for the Women’s March along the same 1.8-mile on the city’s waterfront.

    A news story in the San Francisco Chronicle said organizers of both events have been talking to one another to avoid conflict.

    “We’ve been doing our march every year around now for 13 years, and this year was an odd coincidence,” Eva Muntean of San Francisco, a Walk for Life organizer, told the Chronicle. “They put themselves on top of us, and we’re not happy about it, but what can we do? We’re in touch with them and trying to coordinate, even though we don’t agree on views,” Muntean said.

    “We’re certainly not planning any trouble.” Martha Shaughnessy, an organizer for the city’s Women’s March, said there have been a series of trainings on peaceful protest for weeks for the Women’s Marches planned in the Bay Area. “We’ve been at capacity each time, which is a very good sign,” Shaughnessy said. “What we really want recognized here is that we’re all facing the same sort of pressure and pain now. Creating pure empathy across all the issues is important.”

    Rosa King, a graduate of Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory in San Francisco and Santa Clara University, said in an interview that the Women’s March is “a perfect example of Catholic teachings about social justice coming into action. We, as Americans, need to stand in solidarity with one another in order to make all of the needed positive changes that each one of us wants to see. The Women’s March shows the world that we will not be divided and that every human life is sacred and should be treated with dignity and respect.”

    “I want my voice to be heard loud and clear that my life matters, as an Afro-Latina woman, an immigrant and a proud feminist,” she said.

    Sr. Cathy Cahur, 88 and a Sister of Charity of Cincinnati, was among those marching in San Francisco, where she has ministered as a substance abuse counselor for many years. She said the Women’s March is aligned to her community’s values of “working to witness to God’s active, loving presence by choosing to act justly, build relationships, share our resources with those in need, and care for all creation. So I will march to offer my part to support God’s vibrant, hopeful message.”

  6. Peak insanity:
    Berlin: Anti-Trump non-Muslim feminists chant “Allah akbar” at Women’s March
    www.jihadwatch.org/2017/01/berlin-anti-trump-non-muslim-feminists-chant-allah-akbar-at-womens-march
    January 22, 2017 3:07 pm By Robert Spencer

    Not “Allahu akbar,” but “Allah akbar,” which was the indication that the one doing the chanting was non-Muslim.

    These Leftist women think that by chanting “Allah akbar,” they are standing in solidarity with Muslims, whom they think are oppressed in the U.S., or about to be oppressed by President Trump.

    They either don’t know or don’t care about these elements of Islam:

    Beating disobedient women, or actually, those “from whom you fear disobedience”: “Men have authority over women because Allah has made the one superior to the other, and because they spend their wealth to maintain them. Good women are obedient. They guard their unseen parts because Allah has guarded them. As for those from whom you fear disobedience, admonish them and send them to beds apart and beat them.” — Qur’an 4:34

    • [Oakes Spalding at Mahound’s Paradise agrees]

      Pat Condell: “Feminists are such incorrigible whores to Islam. No offense.”

      SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, 2017

      Pat Condell is always righteous. But this five-minute monologue about feminism and Islam is particularly good.

      As an extra “treat,” I have also attached a one-minute clip of “P**ssy Grabs Back” feminists at a German rally, doing the Allah-Akbar chant to a cheering crowd.

      Condell calls it hypocrisy, which of course it is. But in turn, that prompts the question of why?

      My feeling is that modern feminism isn’t really about women’s rights, just as the modern movement to promote and collaborate with Islam isn’t about religious or human rights.

      Rather, they’re both merely about hatred. And one of the things feminism and Islam have in common is that they both embody hatred towards the same set of things – Christian values, liberal (in the good sense) values, tolerance and yes, even that much abused concept, diversity.

      A Christian might sum it up by saying they both hate Christ. A non-Christian might sum it up by saying they both hate life.

      We’re both right.


      www.youtube.com/embed/gZKAewadF9U


      www.youtube.com/embed/VWX1SKncyOA

  7. POSTED BY RESTORE-DC-CATHOLICISM ON SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, 2017

    Why Did Catholic Groups Attend The March To Perdition?

    Yesterday I commented on the “pussy hat” that many deluded women wore to the Women’s March [see above]. It turns out that the hat was somewhat innocuous compared to some of the get-up that many women wore. To wit:

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    As I said yesterday, this is a far cry from what I remember the feminist movement of the 1960s to be. Can anyone believe that Susan Anthony, Elizabeth Stanton or any of the other earlier pioneers would have approved of this nonsense?

    These gals claim that they want to be respected. Respected for what? There is a degree to which respect must be earned. As you can see, many – maybe most of the women in attendance dressed and acted in ways demonstrating that they have no sense of dignity as human beings, let alone women.

    These gals claim that they were concerned with a variety of issues. Climate change, environmentalism, etc-etc, yada-yada was among them. See how they demonstrated their concern for the environment as they departed from the orgy. Great example, right? By the way – I attended a number of Tea Party rallies a few years ago. I can attest that we know better than these progressives. Here’s what they left behind.

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    Well, perhaps George Soros can clean up the mess. It seems that his paw prints are all over this debacle. According to this New York Times article, he has financial ties with about 50 of the “partners” that produced this orgy. Recall that he was also one of Hillary’s biggest donors. These progressives like to pretend that the march was a “spontaneous groundswell”. Well, when big bucks influence things a bit, I’m sure it can be seen to be “spontaneous”. Right!

    The presence of Soros influence and cash might be a reason why a pro-life women’s organization was given the heave-ho. Initially they were permitted to be a partner, but after some very nasty tweets (and perhaps other financially-based incentives), their status was rescinded. I will now link to a Church Militant piece on the matter [see above]. Embedded in that article is an interview with the president of that pro-life organization:


    www.youtube.com/embed/GnJCd9Yynx4

    Now I will broach another troubling aspect of yesterday’s March to Perdition. These days, it seems that these affairs are never quite complete without some dissident Catholics literally selling their souls by striking hands with demonic forces. Two Catholic(!?) institutions of higher learning(!?) sent busloads of their students to the march in Minnesota. I thought these schools were supposed to be forming the hearts and minds of students so that they would follow Christ and His Church, helping them towards eternal salvation. Yesterday these schools sacrificed the souls of their students on the idolatrous altar of political correctness. In Chicago, a bunch of Franciscans joined the perverts and pro-aborts in their revelry. I embed a tweet from one of their Franciscan buddies. He denies supporting abortion. Well, be that as it may, they all gave aid and comfort to pro-aborts. Even if they were initially unaware of the nature of the event, they were duty-bound to leave as soon as they did become aware. Since these perverts were so brazen in their conduct, the Franciscans could not have remained oblivious for long. They simply didn’t care. Now the tweet.

    Daniel P. Horan, OFM
    21 Jan 2017

    Proud of my #Franciscan brothers, marching in solidarity at #WomensMarch in #Chicago! @HolyNameProv

    Many, including me, rebuked them in comments.

  8. LESBIANS AND MURDEROUS MOTHERS

    It’s all about consequence-free sex.

    January 23, 2017


    www.youtube.com/embed/VgHaFWPxaPw

    The disgusting scene which unfolded on the streets of Washington, D.C. this past Saturday labeled the Women’s March needs to be labeled for exactly what it was.

    A march in support of lesbianism .. transgenderism .. ensuring mothers can continue to slice their children to pieces in the womb.. and that the government pay for their contraception.

    It had nothing to do with changes to healthcare because lesbianism, child murder and contraception have nothing to do with healthcare – although gender dysphoria does.

    And to call it a “Women’s” March is an insult to all the hundreds of millions of decent women who fortunately outnumber these femi-nazis.

    The filth that spewed from the mouths of people like Madonna – who belted out the F-word more than anyone else in recorded history, the wearing of what WE will politely call “Cat Hats,” the number of middle fingers that were flipped by the thousands – all of these made it difficult for their mainstream media allies to leave the cameras on them for any length of time.

    This was a revolting display from the real Deplorables – who cloak their evil in the guise of good.

    Health care my foot. Killing your child is neither health nor caring.

    This is a completely ginned-up cause by those who want to act – and we do mean ACT – desperately aggrieved by Trump’s lewd comments that were revealed during the campaign.

    But no one can claim to be revolted by his comments who.. at the same time marches through the nation’s capital spewing out language with accompanying signs and symbols that would make devils blush with shame.

    Where were all these women when Bill Clinton wasn’t just SAYING crude and lewd things but actually DOING them – repeatedly.. dozens of times – even in the Oval Office itself – repeatedly!

    Not a peep from the victims of patriarchy, wounded, abused feministas because it’s never been about that. That’s just a convenient cover.

    Bill Clinton sexually assaulted more women than you could count – his FEMALE wife verbally attacked those same women in public when they came forward and no one in the media of the feminazi crowd breathed a word.

    They kept their mouths shut because Bill was their champion of child killing – the Planned Parenthood Patsy – and while they may have been disgusted with him – we don’t know because they never said – and thirty years later, have still never said – they weren’t about to rally against the man who had sworn to keeping their child murdering machinery in place.

    No – this whole victimhood thing needs to be unmasked for what it is – a massive protest against morality.

    That’s why the organizers kicked out pro-life women from the march preps earlier in the week – it’s all about advancing their immorality and evil. Period.

    A giant release of pained and guilty consciences that know down deep that their lesbianism is a psychological disorder and the children the rest of them have murdered in their own wombs have wrecked them spiritually.

    They rail against Trump because the policies – not necessarily the man – he advances are connected to God in the areas of sexual morality – and they cannot bear to hear that they are depraved and killers – their own consciences convict them.

    The rage displayed by these emotionally and psychologically devastated women is completely unbalanced – mentally off.

    It needs to be called out for what it is.

    That a person like Madonna – whose own children have expressed dismay at her exploitation of sex during her career – would be one of the lead representatives of this event says everything you need to know.

    How many marchers in that crowd have the blood of their own children on their hands?

    Guilt is what inspired them to march – not fear of Trump.

    Heck – if Bill Clinton – who actually DID assault and abuse women – by the dozens – didn’t inspire deep fear in these women – then you’d have to be completely off the reservation to think a man who just SAYS something vile would.

    The sounds you heard in the streets of D.C. on Saturday are echoes of the sounds the damned will hear in Hell – hate, rage, anger, guilt, shame.

    This was not a women’s march – it was a march for lesbianism and Mothers who murdered their children and needed a way to vent their shame and guilt.

    That there were so many only speaks to the depth that the diabolical has reached into life on this earth.

    The women who marched hate God and cannot tolerate their consciences.

    During the New York Times hit piece on us here at Church Militant last month, that liberals are starting to pick up on, I responded to a question – that the current political climate in the US is a war between two camps – those who believe in God and those who don’t.

    This war isn’t going anywhere or ending anytime soon because Satan never sleeps and neither can we.

    The Church Militant must call out evil for what it is. It’s all about consequence-free sex with whomever you want, whenever you want – and that’s ALL it’s about.

  9. Franciscans Join Profane Women’s March in Chicago

    [In Communist parlance, they are “useful idiots”; in common parlance, they are “plain idiots”]

    by Max Douglas • ChurchMilitant • January 23, 2017 1

    CHICAGO – Multiple Catholic groups, including Franciscan priests, joined in solidarity with the Women’s March on January 21, despite the fact that most marchers were advocating for pro-abortion and pro-LGBT social issues while carrying explicit signs and wearing non-family-friendly apparel.

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    And in Lansing, Michigan, Fr. William R. Lugger gave a homily wearing a pink pussyhat, symbolizing the feminist, anti-Trump protests.

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    Father Daniel Horan of the Franciscan Friars went on Twitter to call the Chicago solidarity March “wonderful,” and added, “If you think the #catholic clergy have no business supporting #WomensMarch, then you don’t understand basic Catholic Social Teaching!”

    The Women’s March website reveals the march’s purpose was, among other things, to march for “reproductive rights,” and “this means open access to safe, legal, affordable abortion and birth control for all people, regardless of income, location or education.”

    The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, “Since the first century the Church has affirmed the moral evil of every procured abortion. This teaching has not changed and remains unchangeable. Direct abortion, that is to say, abortion willed either as an end or a means, is gravely contrary to the moral law.”

    January 23, just one day after the 44-year anniversary of Roe v. Wade, President Donald Trump reinstated the Mexico City Policy, which eliminates American dollars from funding foreign abortions.

    Father Horan included a picture on Twitter where friars can be seen marching with women who are holding vulgar signs. Father Horan added that it was his supposed pro-life stance that brought him to the march. Despite Black Lives Matter being linked to violent activities, Father Horan claimed: “#prolife means: being against abortion AND against death penalty, supporting #blacklivesmatter, healthcare for all, just wage, no torture.”

    Also attending the event was Fr. James Martin, editor of America Magazine. Father Martin tweeted, “I’m watching people on Twitter trying to paint me as pro-abortion. False. I am pro-life which is precisely why I am pro-social justice.”

    Father Martin received an LGBT award earlier this year “in recognition of his ministry of communication which has helped to expand the dialogue on LGBT issues in the Catholic Church.”

    The Women’s March’s pro-gay agenda was clear from its website: “We firmly declare that LGBTQIA rights are human rights, and that it is our obligation to uplift, expand and protect the rights of our gay, lesbian, bi, queer, trans or gender non-conforming brothers, sisters and siblings.”

    In Lansing, Michigan, Fr. William R. Lugger of St. Casimir Catholic Church donned a pink pussyhat while giving his weekend homily promoting the feminist cause. When challenged on showing solidarity with a pro-abortion movement, Fr. Lugger retorted, “This was NOT a proabortion march … it was a march against hatered [sic] and violence toward all beople [sic].”

    A commenter responded, “You are delusional if you don’t think this was a pro-abortion march.”

    As of Monday afternoon, a change.org petition was started requesting the resignation of Fr. Lugger.

    It is unacceptable for a Priest and a man who has been ordained to be another Christ to support anything like this. The Women’s March in DC was to support abortions. A Priest like Father Luggar should know better than to support that garbage. He should be forced to resign from the Priesthood for going against life and what Holy Mother Church teaches. May God have mercy on his soul.

    Students for Life joined the D.C. Women’s March but held banners unquestionably against the ideology of the organizers. President Kristina Hernandez told reporters, “It was a brutal day. I didn’t feel safe at all.”

    She added, “One of our girls was spit at, someone tore my sign in multiple pieces.”

    January 27 marks the 44th annual March for Life, where Kellyanne Conway, senior counselor to President Trump, will speak to pro-lifers.

  10. The Diabolical on Full Display

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    The DC Women’s March was never about inclusiveness

    by Church Militant • January 23, 2017

    If anyone had questions about the true goal of the Women’s March on Washington, D.C., those questions should’ve been laid to rest by the steady stream of vulgarities and pro-abortion, pro-gay rhetoric by speaker after speaker. These women were never about being “inclusive” and representing all female points of view; the Women’s March has always been about pushing its abortion-on-demand, free sex, pro-LGBT agenda — a point that could not have been made clearer by one of its keynote speakers, Cecile Richards, CEO of Planned Parenthood (who makes $1 million a year in salary), quoting her friend Hillary Clinton: “Reproductive rights are human rights!”

    Madonna, no paragon of moral virtue, scolded President Trump for his supposed immorality while cursing opponents of the march, twice yelling “F*** you!” before leading the crowd in the chant “We choose love!” The irony was lost on the sea of pussyhat-wearing women.

    A small group of brave women from Students for Life staged their own counterprotest, marching with large banners reading “Abortion Betrays Women” and “We Don’t Want Planned Parenthood.” Flanked by police cars to protect from the angry feminists, pro-lifers were mocked, jeered at and verbally assaulted.

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  11. Women’s Marchers, Unite!

    [To paraphrase Marx: Womyn Marchers of the world, arise; you have nothing to loose but your brains!]

    Communist Party USA was a proud sponsor of the Women’s March on Washington, and the ladies were evidently proud to have them. Ain’t nothing too left-wing, apparently, for the Women’s Marchers.

    January 24, 2017
    Dr. Paul Kengor

    “The most important task,” said communist dictator Kim Il Sung in October 1971, in his address to the Democratic Women’s Union of North Korea, “is to revolutionize and working-classize all the women.”

    Kim hoisted the torch blazed by glorious female comrades such as Alexandra Kollontai (the Eleanor Roosevelt of the Bolshevik Revolution), Bella Dodd, Rosa Luxemburg, Ethel Rosenberg, Elizabeth Bentley, Lillian Hellman, Betty Freidan, Kate Millett, Angela Davis, and a bevy of true believers. Friedan and Millett were pioneers of the National Organization for Women (NOW). Millett, author of Sexual Politics, her dissertation at the ideological insane asylum known as Columbia University, became a cultural juggernaut when published in 1969. Time magazine hailed Kate as “the Karl Marx of the Women’s Movement.”

    They were marchers for the revolution. And this past weekend, their ideological sisters lent their support to the Women’s March on Washington, an event that sources like CNN gave maximum publicity — a level of attention that absolutely will not be granted to this week’s March for Life in Washington, where the goal will be to preserve life.

    A list of the sponsors for the Women’s March is illuminating. The two lead organizations, highlighted as the March’s “premier partners,” were Planned Parenthood — America’s preeminent abortion factory — and the Natural Resources Defense Council. As for the latter, if it confuses you why a group of climate comrades would march in lockstep with women whose highest priority is abortion, then you don’t understand the American left. Go to the website of the Women’s March, where “environmental justice” is featured among the leading “Unity Principles,” right up there with “reproductive rights” (read: abortion) and “worker’s rights” and “LGBTQIA rights.”

    But that was just the start. Arm in arm with the sisters at the Women’s March were two touted “Social Justice Partners,” namely: Emily’s List and NARAL. For these girls, too, “women’s rights” means one thing: abortion. Abortion, abortion, abortion. The holy sacrament in the feminist church.

    The next major level of sponsors for the Women’s March was an eclectic cabal of fellow travelers and usual suspects: the ACLU, MoveOn.org, the Human Rights Campaign, the American Federation of Teachers, the AFL-CIO, and SEIU, the worst of the government unions.

    And then there was a longer list of March “partners,” a Who’s Who of the left: AFSCME, the toxic National Education Association, the National Organization for Women, National Rainbow PUSH Coalition, Occupy Wall Street, the NAACP, the Council on American Islamic Relations, Amnesty International, Greenpeace, the Southern Poverty Law Center, Human Rights Watch, People for the American Way, Americans United for Separation of Church and State, the Sierra Club, the National Urban League, the YWCA, the Center for American Progress, Code Pink, and a litany of Religious Left dupes such as the Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, the Unitarian Universality Association, and the heretical Catholics for Free Choice.

    And there was a wider panoply of perversity: novel organizations like Free the Nipple, Got a Girl Crush, Pussy Hat Project, and the Georgetown University College Democrats.

    But alas, most enlightening was another curious collective of sponsors for the Women’s March, one that brings me full circle to the start of this article. The communists and socialists came out: Communist Party USA and the Democratic Socialists of America.

    Yes, Communist Party USA was a proud sponsor of the Women’s March on Washington, and the ladies were evidently proud to have them.

    Ain’t nothing too left-wing, apparently, for the Women’s Marchers.

    Among the Bolshevik element, consider some of the high-profile individuals who lent their names. Listed first among honorary co-chairs at the March website was none other than the delightful Angela Davis, where the glowing, lengthy bio somehow avoided mentioning even one word of Ms. Davis’s most notable bona fides: Davis has long been, of course, one of America’s most infamous Marxist-Leninists. Comrade Angela was so high-ranking that she not only met with the worst communist despots in the Soviet Bloc but actually twice ran on Communist Party USA’s presidential ticket. The celebrated recipient of the Lenin Peace Prize, much appreciated by the Kremlin for her advocacy of the Soviet invasions of Czechoslovakia and Afghanistan, ran as vice president of the United States on the Communist Party ticket, alongside longtime CPUSA party secretary and hack Gus Hall. (As I noted in a recent piece for The American Spectator, among those who voted for the Hall-Davis Communist Party presidential ticket was none other than John Brennan, Barack Obama’s CIA director.)

    Davis was one of many tragic academic byproducts of Herbert Marcuse, the leading Frankfurt School cultural Marxist. Marcuse was guru to the 1960s New Left. Davis is arguably Marcuse’s most long-lasting success. He took her under his wing at Brandeis University in the early 1960s. In 1965, she honored her professor by retracing his steps to the University of Frankfurt. He sent her to West Germany to study at his old haunt, the hideous “Institute for Social Research.” She returned in 1967, coming back to America to continue studies with Marcuse as her doctoral adviser. The blooming Bolshevik formally joined Communist Party USA the next year.

    Like any good communist, Davis’s road to the revolution included breaking a few eggs along the way. She was soon pursued on charges of kidnapping, murder, and conspiracy for her suspected role in the August 1970 murder of a prison guard. Like Weather Underground terrorists and Obama buddies Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn, she landed on the FBI’s 10 Most Wanted list. And like Ayers and Dohrn, she escaped jail-time (“guilty as hell, free as a bird!” Ayers boasted), and then spread her wings in academia.

    Today, like her late mentor, Herbert Marcuse, Angela Davis is (naturally) a professor. She lists among her expertise the field of “critical theory,” the formal academic front-name for cultural Marxism. She holds forth on “LGBTQIA” issues to the wide-eyed freshmen whose duped parents hand over their children and lifetime savings to the universities to indoctrinate them.

    One might think that today’s left would shy away from figures like Davis. But again, anyone who thinks that doesn’t know the left. The likes of Angela Davis are not embarrassments to today’s left; they are heroes. In June 2016, the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum feted Davis with its 2016 Sackler Center First Award, “honoring women who are first in their fields.”

    Among Angela Davis’s firsts, of course, was to be the first female comrade to run on a communist presidential ticket.

    And this past weekend, Davis was listed literally first among the female comrades who were the poster-girls to the Women’s March on Washington. She and her cronies at Communist Party USA and the Democratic Socialists of America must have gotten quite a kick at the legions of oblivious ladies and splendid dupes who joined them in solidarity last weekend — all marching for “women’s rights,” of course. Forward!

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