Bears to Church: “We Got This”

Bears to Church: “We Got This”

By Tim Capps – April 26, 2017

Planet of the Heretics

“You bloody fools. Ah, damn you!”

That’s it. Bears are taking over. Resistance is… yummy. For a preview, check out the Bear’s favorite website.

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Why does the Bear feel like Charlton Heston on the beach at the end of Planet of the Apes?

Ann Barnhardt’s inaugural podcast was pretty gosh-darn good, and not just because she cites the Bear. She gets the high stakes we are playing for.

The Terrible Truth Everyone is Afraid to Acknowledge

IF we can have a pope who spouts the bull… erm… crap that Francis does; who is elected and reigns unchallenged; diminishing, no changing, the Faith in fact by exceptions and distractions; who one day dies; and 95% of the Catholic Church declares he was a saint among us, who was humble, and truly cared for those on “the peripheries;” whose abominable encyclicals remain on the shelf next to those of great, faithful popes of the past, THEN

do
not
mistake
this

There is a PROBLEM with the papacy itself.

And if a problem with the papacy, then a PROBLEM with the Church itself.

And if a problem with the Church itself, there is no logical reason to believe anything the Church has ever declared to be the truth. The Bear means, if you catch your spouse cheating, why should you believe him or her the next time there is reason to suspect adultery? A promise has turned out to be a broken thing. There are things you can do after breaking a promise, but un-breaking it is not one of them.

But God made this promise, right? So it is impossible that Pope Francis is Damien in his old age, right?

Anyway, Bear forgot. Adultery’s no big deal anymore. The Bear would think of a better example if he did not run such a slipshod ephemeris.

“SEDE-CURIOUS BEAR SEEKS DISCRETE SEDE, POTENTIAL LTR”

Now, are you awake? Are you shocked? Is there a flaw in the Bear’s logic? A divinely guided institution is less like a machine than a diamond. A machine can have worn out parts and still function, although perhaps not as well.

A diamond is whole or not. Period. You can’t admit a flaw to its integrity or it is essentially changed.

“But we’ve had bad popes before.”

You know, the Bear does not believe that is even worth the electrons it would take to argue, but here goes. Those popes may have been immoral, and they may have been mistaken, but they did not start tearing down the Faith starting at Genesis 2:24. Also, a Medieval pope did not have the ability to wage unceasing warfare against the Faith on a one-to-on basis.

Worst argument ever. It would be fine if Jorge Bergoglio was just a “bad pope.” He is far, far worse than that. He is an enemy of the Church. Possibly a major cosmic player, but let’s not get carried away. It’s like having a Bear rampage through your house and saying, “Oh, we’ve had pests before.”

We really need a new theology of the papacy to logically cover the facts that (a) Francis is Pope, and (b) he is actively destroying the Catholic Church and the ancient Faith. Good luck with that one. You know, though, if you’re going to make all these claims about your pope and your Church, you had better be able to explain Jorge Bergoglio. Submitting a dubia did not accomplish anything. And that is charitable.

The solution is… Yeah, Bear’s got it here in his pocket…
Oh, wait, Bear doesn’t wear pants. He doesn’t have a pocket. Uh…

So what is the solution? The Bear’s earlier shocking example cannot be simply dismissed unless we are to fall into fideism. Logically, it remains a viable option that can be forensically presented with a reasonable degree of confidence, if one were not Catholic. Right now the Bear would hate to have to enter into a debate with a Protestant about the Glorious Shining Truths of the Unchanging Catholic Church.

“Divorce? We Catholics don’t believe all that crap anymore. Can we talk about something relevant, like migrants?”

But do not fear. The Bear is not going to adopt that logical and defendable position today.

But he’s got to tell you, we are being so abused by our churchmen, by our theologians, by our thinkers, and by 99% of the Catholic media, and especially by the ultramontanist faction. Why does some STUPID BEAR who can’t even shop at a normal menswear store have to sit here with comfort-honey smeared all over his muzzle trying to figure out this crap with his 450 gm. brain?

The Bear isn’t going to adopt that logical and defendable position he outlined before, you know, the one that we’ve been duped all along. That exercise is not the take-away.

He will adopt some other logical and defendable position.

Except he does not know what the Hell it is, and it is apparent none of our gelded darlings who manage what we believe are going to tell him. Freaking do-it-yourself Catholicism by blog. The Bear is sick and tired of it.

Pope Corbinian

Tell you what. If everything’s up for grabs anyway, the Bear declares himself Pope Corbinian. Is that any more ridiculous than Pope Francis turned out to be? Would the Bear be a worse pope? Could he? Heck, the world would love him more than Francis. “A Bear! That is so adorable!”

So, great. First act: everything Jorge Bergoglio ever wrote is collected and burned. Second act: every act of Jorge Bergoglio’s papacy is abrogated. Third act: Jorge Bergoglio is excommunicated with bell, book and candle and he is banished to the Vatican dungeons in chains.

The absence of microphones will prove fatal within days.

Pope Corbinian. Governing the Church from this ephemeris since April 26, 2017. Because, in all seriousness, the universe is not big enough for the contradictions inherent in there being a Catholic Church and Jorge Bergoglio being its pope.

Happy days are here again.

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One comment on “Bears to Church: “We Got This”

  1. Jorche is the greatest recruiting poster boy for sedevacantism that has ever been thrust upon us. May his reign be short.

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