I do not agree with everything Alex Jones believes in. However, I did my own research on Jason Russell and found he was arrested in March 2012, masturbating in public on a CA street corner, banging his head into the concrete sidewalk, and he was filmed by TMZ. I pray his little boy, filmed in his KONY 2012 YouTube Film, does not see this video, that’s been thanks be to God, fuzzied out, to protect his dignity. Alex Jones interviews a American Ugandan High School Student about the Politics in Uganda. Uganda has not had problems with Joseph Kony in years. He’s even thought to be dead. Why is George Clooney, and Congress and Obama getting all up in a tizzy over a dead man, or a man that does not live in Uganda anymore? Ugandan Citizen and Government have banned Jason Russell’s YouTube Video in their country, because it is a lie. Seeing the criminal mess Jason Russell has gotten himself into, I would not give him, or to Kony 2012. Jason Russell Co-Founded “Invisible Children, Inc.” but given his disorderly sexual escapades in CA, I wouldn’t give him any more money. You always have to check the “Motives” of people in the Sympathy Businesses, that crop up all the time. Most of them are “self-serving.” Jason Russell just proved it. And, Ugandan Gov’t and it’s citizens there and here, are saying the information in Kony 2012, is factually, untrue.
Pope Benedict XVIcalled on Pakistan to repeal the Blasphemy Laws in Pakistan, but they refuse.Christians, and Catholics are being arrested and killed, on trumped-up charges, and distorted persecution complexes of crazed Power Hungry Muslims. Pray for persecuted, Pakistani Christians. They are in the minority. Taliban Muslimshave gone wild with this new Sharia Law called “Blasphemy Law.” I post this year old video, for your awareness, and so that you can Pray a Rosary for the Conversion of Muslims, in Pakistan, from hatred to LOVE. God hears our prayers. Look what one week of rosaries did for Chen Ghuangcheng.
“Vatican City, Apr 23, 2012 / 10:27 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Pope Benedict XVI has told a global gathering of those involved in tourism that they must be alert to ethical dangers associated with the travel industry.
“The trafficking of human beings for sexual exploitation or organ harvesting as well as the exploitation of minors, abandoned into the hands of individuals without scruples and undergoing abuse and torture, sadly happen often in the context of tourism,” said the Pope April 23.
“This should bring all who are engaged for pastoral reasons or who work in the field of tourism, and the whole international community, to increase their vigilance and to foresee and oppose such aberrations.”
Pope Benedict made his comments in a letter to mark the opening of the VII World Congress on the Pastoral Care of Tourism, which is taking place in the Mexican resort of Cancún from April 23 to 27.”
“Pope Benedict XVI’s call for more research into ethical treatments for infertility as an alternative to in vitro fertilization is being applauded by a leading Catholic bioethicist.
“The Pope is quite right when he says that IVF is a profit making business – they make a lot of money and their success rates are not great,” Dr. Edward Furton of the National Catholic Bioethics Center told CNA on Feb. 27.
“The profit motive here is not good. There are lesser known, more ethical, more effective methods which are being ignored because these labs are making money telling couples that IVF is the best or only option.”
Pope Benedict made his remarks on Feb. 25 at a workshop hosted by the Pontifical Academy for Life to discuss ethically treating infertility. He said he is concerned that the field of human procreation seems to be dominated “by scientism and the logic of profit,” which often “restricts many other areas of research.”
“Costa Rica’s Constitutional Court has issued ruling upholding the right of a Catholic radio station to broadcast spots opposing in vitro fertilization that were censured by the government in June of 2011.
The Court ruled that Radio Fides had the right to air the fourteen radio spots that are part of a series entitled, “My Life is Non-Negotiable.”
“The court ruled that Radio Fides was within its rights to air the spots and it ordered the State to pay compensation for any damages caused by the government censure.
Granados said the intention of Radio Fides in airing the spots was “to educate Catholics so that they know and understand what in vitro fertilization is and why we are against it.”
“Here in Costa Rica, thanks be to God, in vitro fertilization is not permitted. Life is protected both in our constitution and in our laws. And so we were only echoing that, and consequently we were censured,” he added.
Granados said the station has prepared a new series of ads against in vitro fertilization, but this time geared towards defending Costa Rica against a lawsuit filed by the Inter-American Human Rights Commission, which is pressuring the country to legalize the practice.
The spots will feature testimonies of women who have used other ethically viable methods to achieve pregnancy such as Naprotechnology.”
This parish priest is very upset, over the death of Shabbaz Bahtti. Even though this happened a year ago, his fight is our fight, too. Creeping Sharia is encroaching, in the USA. Shabbaz Bahtti was a Roman Catholic fighting Sharia Laws passed by the Taliban, in Pakistan. Christians are a minority in Pakistan. Bahtti was assassinated.
“Up to 100 Christians rallied in the central Pakistani city of Multan on Wednesday to condemn the killing of Catholic Pakistani Government Minister Shahbaz Bhatti.The killing in Islamabad, which happened in broad daylight, represents the second high-profile murder of an opponent of an Islamic Blasphemy Law.”
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