BBC and WYD: support for the violent anti-Catholic so-called “indignados”

A demonstrator against the Pope's visit shouts at a praying pilgrim

A demonstrator against the Pope's visit shouts at a praying pilgrim

BeliefNet has a very good comment on the subject:

“Over a hundred of these fringe protest groups coalesced, as they so often do, into a confused mêlée of conflicting special interests,” reported Yiannopoulos. “They were united, however, in the sheer nastiness with which they expressed their views. To give but one example — as pilgrims sang “Hallelujah”, “Long Live the Pope!” and Benedicto!” demonstrators responded with shrieks of “Nazis!” and “Padophiles, watch out children!”

“So much for the inclusive tolerance trumpeted by the Left,” writes Yiannopolos. ”Here in Madrid was its real face: a sneering, violent mob of self-righteous bullies who thought it appropriate to hurl abuse at children for the crime of having pride in their faith and being excited about by a visit from the Holy Father.”

Yesterday, police had to protect us from an “indignados’” mob who wanted to “beat us” just for being Catholics and the day before yesterday, pilgrims were targeted (most of them youngsters and one of them in a wheelchair) because “Catholics provoke us, they shouldn’t exist. We should burn them alive like in 1936“. Everything with this kind of “beautiful” and “elegant” images, which tried to mock Christian Catholic faith:

A penis with a rosary hanging from it: they pretend to critisize Catholics with that

A penis with a supposed rosary hanging from it: they pretend to critisize Catholics with that

Photo.

1936. Most of my family was murdered that same year because they were Catholic and Libertarian-Conservatives. I hope history doesn’t repeat itself.

Anyway, as Catholic Herald writes: “Madrid will never forget this scenes of devotion” and “The street party pauses for the Way of the Cross“.

More photos here.

A note: this event hasn’t cost the taxpayers a dime, because it has been paid by the pilgrims (70% of the total cost) and the sponsors (the rest 30%).

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9 comments on “BBC and WYD: support for the violent anti-Catholic so-called “indignados”

  1. […] BBC and WYD: support for the violent anti-Catholic so-called “indignados” […]

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  3. K. aka Kel says:

    I can’t even convey my disgust… :(

  4. Angel says:

    as long as the ROP wasn’t offended..sigh…..God bless.

  5. I’m Protestant and have never understood Catholic bashing — even among “my own.”

  6. K. aka Kel says:

    The contorted face of this anarchist makes me want to slap him silly.

    (BTW, thanks for posting re. Hector Aleem. Simon Yaqoob, his son, has been working tirelessly for his Father).

  7. Maria José says:

    Mohammedan Attacks Austrian Parliament

    Yesterday a Mohammedan – a 36-year-old Iranian asylum seeker – attacked the Austrian parliament, brandishing a knife, throwing stones and taking a woman hostage. After entering the parliament through the visitor centre, he tried to gain access to the inner parts of building. When confronted, he took a woman hostage with a knife, barricaded himself inside the rooms belonging to the security staff and demanded to see the Austrian President, Heinz Fischer. After about 20 minutes, a special security force known as WEGA used stun grenades to subdue the man, who was then disarmed and arrested.

    There seems to have been virtually no international coverage of this incident…

    http://islamversuseurope.blogspot.com/2011/08/mohammedan-attacks-austrian-parliament.html

  8. Brad says:

    I pity the soul of this old man.

  9. Andrea says:

    I’m also spanish and as I see it, the hate culture against catholicism has been settling in Spain for a long time now, identifying it with a bunch of political, obsolete ideas that have nothing to do with religion. These people preach for respect, except for those ideas they dislike. That is called totalitarism.

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