Sunday, November 25, 2007

Catholic imperialism in Iraq

The ever-imperial-minded Roman Church has launched an aggressive new venture against another a group of Christians-- This time in far-away Iraq. In the Vatican's crosshairs this time: A group of old-stock "oriental orthodox" Christians, little known to Westerners, who call themselves Chaldeans. Considering their small numbers and their weakened hand in the politics of post-Saddam-Hussein Iraq, these unfortunate Christians were essentially powerless to resist Rome's advances, and have now been de-facto taken over by Roman Catholicism and the Vatican. Rome's attempts to consolidate its power over this proud people and church will come in the ensuing years, and it is possible that within a generation this Iraqi church will be destroyed, weakened from within by pressure from Islam, while being concurrently dechristianized and thoroughly romanized by pressure from the Vatican.

Rome's swift and clever move to subjugate this honest, ancient christian community was to announce the "elevation" of the head of Chaldean Christians in Iraq to the position of "cardinal" within the Roman Catholic religion. This was an offer that this nervous and shaky christian community could not refuse, as here was a powerful international Political Power offering it ostensible protection to them, om a country full of hostile, angry Muslims. Iraqi Christians would be tied in to the "rest of the Christian World", as Rome arrogantly claims itself to be, and that those outside Rome's ever-outward-moving black shadow, are simply irrelevant heretics. Not to mention that refusal would result in gaining an enemy in the Vatican, which no sane person wants.

(left: Iraqi Mohammedans protest Roman Catholic aggression by burning a crude effigy of The Pope.
Comment: Though they may be wrong about the false prophet Mohammed, they are right about the false prophet "Benedict XVI", who, like Mohammed, is self-declared to be God's intercessor on Earth)

This anti-Iraqi-Christian move by Rome is just another example of how the Pope's fanatical millennium-long war against Eastern Christians has never ended and still continues in full force today, in different forms than before. (The same for its perfidious 'Counter-Reformation'). Rome is not interested in being friends with Christians, only in conquering them. (Foolish Protestant-ecumenists beware!) Rome's fanatical endgame is to poison the entire world with its religion, and seize the reins of power, via direct political power and via social/cultural 'influences', over all peoples across the globe.

If only someone had warned the hapless Chaldean Christians of Iraq:
Beware of Romans bearing gifts.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow, you have a stronger bond with Muslims than a fellow Christian, very Chirstly of you.

February 03, 2008 3:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Chaldeans were already Catholic, and/or Orthodox before this Evangelical Zionist debacle. They are Christians in union with one of the 5 ancient Patriarchal Sees (Rome being primary). Not some heretical, schismatic "Protesting" sect founded by a demonic German maniac 5 centuries ago.

February 22, 2008 3:29 PM  
Blogger Protestant said...

"Rome is primary"? Goodness gracious fellow, where did Jesus Christ ever say that the city of Rome or any other city is "primary" for his ministry? When did he say that any particular religious clergy or single Man--especially a noisy troublemaker with a bloated ego sitting on a throne in luxury in "the Vatican"--is necessary to his Ministry? What silly popish ideas those are! It seems to me that Jesus more or less taught the opposite of this and condemned such 'pharisee-itical' nonsense. This elevation of "Patriarchial Sees" leans towards outright blasphemy to be honest, akin to Mohammedanism's obsession with "Mecca" and the false prophet Mohammed.

To declare any City or its crooked religious fatcats to be necessary for salvation is as non-Christian as the Arian heretics who denied the very divinity of Christ! Jesus Christ was very clear on how men are saved, and it is certainly not through "Rome" or "the Pope" or any other "Patriarchal See"... but solely through Christ. Christ is Our King, not the Pope or any other "patriarch".

Rome is only "primary" for the religiopolitical system that the gang of crooks who run the show there have erected to try to exploit Jesus Christ for their own political ends.

February 22, 2008 11:35 PM  
Blogger Whitey Lawful said...

Assyrians are in a bind. Western nation-builders were just concerened with regulating the Mohammedans. Its all based on majority -- democracy.

January 30, 2011 7:43 AM  
Blogger Brian said...

Protestant, if you have ever read, "On this rock I will build my church," you would know that St. Peter was entrusted by Jesus as the head of the Church on earth. Rome was the capital of the Ancient World at that time, so it seemed appropriate then to have Peter as Bishop of Rome. And if you don't believe in bishops in the early church, take a crack at
(1 Tim 3:1) If a man desire the office of a bishop, he desireth a good work.

(1 Titus 1:7) For a Bishop must be blameless, as the steward of God; not self-willed, not soon angry, not given to wine, no striker, not given to filthy lucre.

March 13, 2011 1:46 AM  

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