This is me, Eccles

This is me, Eccles
This is me, Eccles

Wednesday, 3 August 2016

France gets tough with Catholic terrorists

Following Pope Francis's wise comment, "If I speak of Islamic violence, I also have to speak of Catholic violence," President "Flanby" Hollande of France expressed himself "delighted" at his recent achievements in suppressing Catholic terrorism in Paris.

Ste Rita priest

Inspector Clouseau steps in.

Today in the church of Sainte Rita in Paris, which is due for demolition so that a much-needed car park can be built, Inspector Clouseau and his merry men interrupted a Mass, dragging away the priest, altar servers, and congregation (including some pregnant women). As M. Clouseau explained "The priest refused to face me, but turned his back to me and started saying incantations in a foreign language - no doubt the Catholic equivalent of Allahu Akbar. I had no choice but to arrest him as a suspected terrorist."

Ste Rita server

One of the priest's accomplices is led off to the guillotine.

Celebrating this triumph, M. Hollande commented that it came only a week after the death of Fr Jacques Hamel. It will be recalled that Fr Hamel was guilty of a hate crime, in that he shouted at two peaceful knife-wielding gentlemen of foreign extraction who happened to be visiting his church.

Fr Jacques Hamel

Fr Jacques Hamel - an Islamophobic bigot.

When Policier Plodde arrived on the scene, he was grateful to the two visitors, Adel Kermiche and Abdel Malik Petitjean, for dealing with the "hate crime" situation so effectively. However, it was distressing to learn that, owing to a mix-up, the two visitors had also been killed.

French police using tear gas

Their finest hour - Les Flics use tear gas on demonstrators against mock "marriage".


  1. Hollande wants nothing else but a Satanic "christian"-"jew"-"moderate muslim" syncretic "one world religion" based on freemasonry.

  2. The Church I go to is very boring. We don't have any Catholic terrorists there.

    On a more serious note, it feels very peculiar and unsettling having a Pope who makes anti Catholic statements to the press. I feel very upset for myself, other Catholic who feel the same way, and particularly for my parents and my grandparents (deceased thankfully) who would never have envisaged or coped with this betrayal.
    I think we are owed an apology by Pope Francis for undermining our religion.

  3. He's been undermining it since Day One.

    I don't expect an apology any time soon.

    I am most concerned for my sons who are having this stuff thrust down their throats at their "Catholic" school. It is very difficult to combat it.

  4. They're Traditional Catholics in good standing, Bruvver, not "Gallicans".

    1. Indeed. Thanks for the correction.

    2. I have been thinking about what you said and this poses a problem with a lot of genuine Catholics.. All you can do is teach them the faith yourself as was taught to you by your forefathers and explain why Catholicism is a rock which must withstand current fads and ideologies. Your children will follow you rather than school.Even if they dont now it will stand them in good stead for later.The covert nature this situation is unpleasant as they would be ill advised to challenge school authority but the same thing happened in the WW2 and other countries undergoing religious persecution....Although this is different and maybe even more difficult because it is happening within the ranks.

  5. You have to watch those boy altar-girls. They are the worst.

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