Trudeau’s Altar Boy

No anti-Catholic lie is too stupid for him: Pope to visit Canada to apologize for Indigenous abuses.

This is the biggest fake news story in Canadian history. All this talk about unmarked graves and missing children triggered a moral panic. They have come to believe things for which there is no evidence and it’s taken on a life of its own.”

– Professor Tom Flanagan, University of Calgary

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10 Responses to Trudeau’s Altar Boy

  1. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “They have come to believe things for which there is no evidence and it’s taken on a life of its own.””

    I wrote a piece a few weeks ago here about how mass hysterical panic engulfs people and communities and how utterly destructive such panic is, it was about the rise of the false messiahs in Eastern Europe among Jewish communities. What happened in Canada is no different to the Salem hysteria, to the McCarthy hysteria, to the satanic cult hysteria, to the climate climate change hysteria and to the whole transgender hysteria…IT IS ALL LIES.

    The lies in Canada are designed to destroy the Canadian Catholic church….and the Pope is buying into this. Unbelievable.

  2. Franx says:

    The ‘apostolic journey’ might, please God, be something very different from what is yawpingly claimed in the news media.

  3. NoFixedAddress says:

    So, the jesuit communist argentinian Pope is ‘staking’ his claim into the world wide communist “Indigenous” movement!

    He’ll be out here ‘just in time’ to support “Da Voice” referendum after that.

    Bit of a shame that only about 2% of Argentinian “Indigenous” still remain.

  4. NoFixedAddress says:

    Presumably International Man, Kevin Rudd, is advising their Pope how to make a proper apology!

  5. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Saddest thing about this hoax is that about 50 churches were burnt down by irate arsonists. I haven’t heard of anyone being prosecuted for it either.

  6. Shy Ted says:

    In this week’ ABC Foreign Correspondent –

    In Nebraska a grim search is underway. A community is trying to locate the grave of indigenous children who died after being taken from their tribes and sent to boarding school. A powerful story on facing a painful past.

    So it must be true despite there being no graves.

  7. Ed Case says:

    Hang on a bit.
    Pope’s not apologising for any mass graves that don’t exist, he’s apologising for documented child abuse of Indigenous Children in Canadian Residential Schools occurring over Generations.
    There’s no debate over this.
    It’s sad, it’s substantiated and it’s accepted as the truth.

  8. Franx says:

    There is no evidence but only lies about the ‘deaths’ and the ‘graves’ in Canada, as was found to be the case in Ireland.

  9. C.L. says:

    Pope’s not apologising for any mass graves that don’t exist, he’s apologising for documented child abuse of Indigenous Children in Canadian Residential Schools occurring over Generations.

    Nah. Bullshit.
    The Kamloops Hoax was the start of a process that led Trudeau to formally ask the pope to ‘apologise.’ It was the key event. Except there was no event because nothing happened at Kamloops.

    Nor is there any “documented child abuse” relating to the residential schools. There were social and other standards that were common for that era and which aren’t now. This entire con was only created because the Canadian state put the Church in control of these schools at the time and hating Catholics now is socially acceptable.

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