Monday, October 27, 2008
Who's Behind the Mask?
What do bad guys do when they rob a bank? They put on a mask. Well, there are some bad guys trying to rob real Catholics of the truth. Frances Kissling of Catholics (sic) for a Free Choice [CFFC] was an early pioneer. Her organization, which pretended to represent Catholics but later admitted it had no members, was funded by those who hated Catholic truth. According to the website DiscoverTheNetworks.org, "Between 1996 and 2000, [CFFC] raised approximately $15 million, more than 70 percent of which came from five sources that have never contributed to an officially recognized Catholic nonprofit: the Buffett Foundation, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, and the Ford Foundation (which gave a total of $4.4 million). All five of these foundations have supported Planned Parenthood, the National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League, and the National Organization for Women. Other funders of CFFC include the Open Society Institute of George Soros, the Summit Charitable Foundation, the Scherman Foundation, the Compton Foundation; and the Turner Foundation."
This election cycle some copycat robbers are going after the Catholic vote. Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good and Catholics United are shilling for Obama claiming Catholics can, in good conscience, vote for the most pro-abortion, pro-infanticide candidate in history. So...who's funding these groups which are connected? George Soros for one. LifeSiteNews recently did an article exposing the connection between the anti-Catholic Soros and these bandit groups. Bill Donohue of The Catholic League told LifeSite, “The reason Soros funds the Catholic Left is the same reason he lavishly funds Catholics for Choice, the pro-abortion group that has twice been condemned as a fraud by Catholic bishops: they all service his agenda, [which includes making] "support for abortion rights a respectable Catholic position."
There's a great scene in the movie, The Hiding Place, a film that tells the true story of holocaust survivor Corrie Ten Boom and her family. When Corrie tries to get a Lutheran pastor to hide a little baby on his farm outside the city of Haarlem, Holland where they live, he responds, "Risk all for one Jewish baby?" After the pastor leaves, Corrie fumes until her elderly father says, "Corrie, just because the mouse is in the cookie jar, doesn't make him a cookie." There are a lot of rodents in the Church these days masquerading as Catholics. Expose them for what they are: masked bandits trying to rob the faithful of the truth.