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Sunday, September 10, 2017

Oklahoma's DACA Bishops Want To Sell Out Oklahomans

The entitled, the aggrieved.
Surprise, surprise. Virtue-signaling from our local Catholic leadership, who might I add shall soon be directly responsible for how liturgy is to be regarded, courtesy of FrancisChurch. This time, the virtue-signaling comes in the form of our Oklahoma bishops' praise for DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals).

Oklahoma Bishops Urge Congress to Leave DACA In Place

As Bannon said to Charlie Rose recently, the bishops cannot come to grips with the Church's problems, so they need illegal aliens to fill the church pews. The bishops have an economic interest in the unlimited illegal immigration of first-generation Catholics (whose illegal progeny will eventually give up the Faith for Freemasonic Protestantism and atheism).  Not to mention the kickbacks that the American Catholic Church gets for fostering the illegal immigrant culture, ultimately serving as an extension for the Democrat Party.

In any event, Oklahoma's bishops just love those DACA immigrants.

For your reference, at the bottom of this post is a copy in its entirety of an address to Oklahoma Catholics about support for Obama's expiring DACA executive order. It is signed by Oklahoma's Archbishop Coakley and Bishop Konderla. 


Laramie's Response to Oklahoma's Bishops  

I would like to now take an opportunity to respond to their illogical approbation for illegal immigration:

"Based on reports that the White House will end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program in six months, we urge President Trump and Members of Congress, specifically the Oklahoma delegation, to pursue legislation that strengthens the program or provides legal status for youth hoping for a brighter future."

I would urge that Donald Trump allow DACA to expire, as it was another unethical Obama executive order. It increases the financial burden of states, compelling them to spend state tax dollars on non-citizens. DACA deviates from from Congress' lawful immigration statutes, and its existence makes the president a writer of laws, rather than an executive.
President Obama violated the Guarantee Clause of the Constitution. Federal officials should not be telling states how to spend their tax dollars. Those children were to have been deported. The president, as usual, neglected the immigration laws of this country.
"At the heart of Catholic Social Teaching is the moral obligation to protect the life and dignity of every human being, particularly the most vulnerable, which includes our youth. These young people who are benefiting from DACA were brought to the United States by their parents whose desire was to provide their children with hope, opportunity and safety."
We live in a Freemasonic Republic that was founded by Hebraic Puritains. This is not a Catholic Monarchy. It is up to individuals to help the poor and vulnerable. It is not up to careerist clergy to agitate the government and the public mind to tax us to support these foreigners. They are not American. This is theft. The clergy are twisting Catholic Social Teaching.

It makes sense that the U.S. bishops have this opinion on this issue. The American Catholic Church has misdirected laity for decades. In fact, the entire Catholic history of the United States is a veritable cornucopia of missed opportunities for evangelization. Why should we expect any less now? 

But most of all, these DACA youth are not "our youth."  These people are not our posterity.  They are the children of foreigners.  Would that you would care so much for our own children.
"Catholic Bishops in the United States have long supported DACA, and they will continue to support it. While DACA provides no legal status or path to citizenship, it does provide recipients with a temporary reprieve from deportation and employment authorization for legal work opportunities in the United States. An estimated 800,000 young people in the United States have benefitted from the DACA program."
"Temporary reprieve." Getting their fix. Short-term happy feelings trump long-term moral consequences. Heaven forbid those legal work opportunities remain available for the underemployed Americans who actually live here.

Yes, I am MOST CERTAIN that 800k young people--non-Americans--have DEFINITELY benefited from the DACA program.  That fact is atrocious.  If it were not for these 800k non-American young people, actual young American teens would have been able to obtain employment. Almost one million jobs have been snagged from our nation's teens.
"Through our parishes and through Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City and the Diocese of Tulsa & Eastern Oklahoma, we have had the privilege of meeting and working with these outstanding individuals, who are very much a part of who we are as an Oklahoma community. They are contributors to our economy, veterans of our military, academic standouts in our universities, seminarians, and leaders in our parishes."
It's now a privilege to meet and work with illegal immigrants. What an honor! I highly doubt that if I snuck into another country with my family, my new hosts would consider meeting me to be a privilege. Though, I'm certain we'd be regarded as parasites. It's likely we'd be either deported, imprisoned, or shot.

And again, the bishops' concern here is for the contributions of foreigners. It is as though they care not a wit about American posterity. So many things in America are crumbling--including the Church. The public mind is diseased. And their answer is to shower acclamation upon people who are not American.
"Legislation that ensures these young people can continue to work, study and be protected from deportation is important to the stability of our communities."
Legislation should be enacted that ensures that illegal immigrants are deported. The integrity of America's sovereignty is put into jeopardy with reckless executive actions such as this.  DACA stabilizes a Latin-American invasion community, and it scandalizes and destabilizes legitimate communities of United States citizens.
"However, a decision to end this program, without a legislative fix such as the DREAM Act, would turn our nation’s back on immigrant youth who are seeking to reach the fullness of their God-given potential and to fulfill the promise of gratefully giving back to the only country most have ever known. Such a decision would place DACA youth at risk of deportation from the United States."
A decision to end this program and deport these people will turn our nation's back to outside interests, while American interests are put front and center.  We are not talking about mere immigrant youths.  We are talking about illegal immigrant youths who do not belong here and must go back to the home from which their parents sent them.  Just like when 6-year old Elian Gonzalez was sent back to Cuba in 2000.  

There, these DACA youths can reach the fullness of their God-given potential in their own countries and strengthen their own communities, perhaps raising their own nations out of poverty and lessening the push to invade America.  They should come to know their own native soil and enrich their own native soil.  

Once gone, America will have a little more breathing room to deal with its own domestic issues, of which there are many.
"The administration has an extraordinary opportunity to demonstrate, both now and to future generations, our nation’s spirit of generosity and compassion. We hope and pray President Trump and Congress can transcend the partisan rancor to strengthen the DACA program or provide legal status for thousands of Oklahoma youth, and hundreds of thousands of young people in our nation."
The Trump administration has an extraordinary opportunity to expose the almost $500 million in kickbacks that the USCCB receives for courting the illegal immigrant issue.  It is clear to me how you bishops see a need for that government cash.  American Catholic laity are disappearing, and your collection baskets are getting lighter.  And frankly, a lot of people don't trust FrancisChurch with their money any longer.      

I hope and pray that you bishops can transcend your left-wing Democrat tendencies, stop thinking about your government cash-ins, and regard the Americans who live here with the same love that the soon-to-be-beatified Fr. Stanley Rother regarded his beloved Tzutuhil Indians in their own native parish, there in Guatemala.  After all, Fr. Rother did not try to import immigrants to "improve" the Tzutuhil community.  Nor did the good missionary attempt to export his Tzutuhil parishioners out of Guatemala to save their lives.  He met them right there in their own place, respecting their community, and of course, died for it.

Would that you would respect and love your own community half as much.  

Oklahoma Bishops' Official Statement About Keeping DACA

Oklahoma bishops urge Congress to leave DACA in place
Congress Should Move to Protect Immigrant Youth
September 4, 2017
OKLAHOMA CITY—Based on reports that the White House will end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program in six months, we urge President Trump and Members of Congress, specifically the Oklahoma delegation, to pursue legislation that strengthens the program or provides legal status for youth hoping for a brighter future.
At the heart of Catholic Social Teaching is the moral obligation to protect the life and dignity of every human being, particularly the most vulnerable, which includes our youth. These young people who are benefitting from DACA were brought to the United States by their parents whose desire was to provide their children with hope, opportunity and safety.

Catholic Bishops in the United States have long supported DACA, and they will continue to support it. While DACA provides no legal status or path to citizenship, it does provide recipients with a temporary reprieve from deportation and employment authorization for legal work opportunities in the United States. An estimated 800,000 young people in the United States have benefitted from the DACA program.
Through our parishes and through Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City and the Diocese of Tulsa & Eastern Oklahoma, we have had the privilege of meeting and working with these outstanding individuals, who are very much a part of who we are as an Oklahoma community. They are contributors to our economy, veterans of our military, academic standouts in our universities, seminarians, and leaders in our parishes.
Legislation that ensures these young people can continue to work, study and be protected from deportation is important to the stability of our communities.
However, a decision to end this program, without a legislative fix such as the DREAM Act, would turn our nation’s back on immigrant youth who are seeking to reach the fullness of their God-given potential and to fulfill the promise of gratefully giving back to the only country most have ever known. Such a decision would place DACA youth at risk of deportation from the United States.
The administration has an extraordinary opportunity to demonstrate, both now and to future generations, our nation’s spirit of generosity and compassion. We hope and pray President Trump and Congress can transcend the partisan rancor to strengthen the DACA program or provide legal status for thousands of Oklahoma youth, and hundreds of thousands of young people in our nation.
Most Reverend Paul S. Coakley
Archbishop of Oklahoma City
Most Reverend David A. Konderla
Bishop of Tulsa & Eastern Oklahoma

3 comments:

  1. Bishop Michael Cote in CT sent around, in the diocese bulletin "The Four County Catholic", his treatise on immigration. In it he assured all those and sundry that "Catholic Charities and the Hispanic Ministry (are) leading the way, working hard to provide assistance and education to those living in fear". The CT Catholic Church is now providing assistance with naturalization applications, Green Cards, daca, fiancé visa applications, referrals to attorneys, and other agencies. He also stated "One essential point of information in the State plan is that you are NOT REQUIRED TO OPEN YOUR DOOR FOR AN ICE AGENT OR POLICE OFFICER UNLESS THEY PRODUCE A JUDICIAL WARRANT."
    So now our traitorous Bishops are not only encouraging a veritable invasion of illegal immigrants into our land, but also advising them not to cooperate with the rule of law.
    I will send a letter to our bishop, but these men don't care. They care about their "Holy Vicar of Christ" Bergolio, and touting the Democrat party line. They surely care deeply about the half a billion dollars they are now getting from the government. We need to encourage our president to turn that tap off, and I bet you dollars to donuts most of the "compassion" will dry up as well.
    Our area is being filled with Haitians, as the diocese has a relationship with Haiti and apparently they can't bring enough Haitians here. We have already had a pregnant woman killed in a "voodoo" murder. But none of that matters to our bishops, who turn a blind eye to Islam, Islamic attacks, rapes, or the fact that Christianity is going to vaporize thanks to their efforts.
    They don't care.

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  2. 800,000 'Outstanding Individuals', eh? Standing out from.....? I am sure some are fine boys and girls but I am equally sure there are many a thug and crim amongst them.

    I do not take such a harsh line about the Religious - Freemason origins and development of the Nation but I do take issue with the Bishops' expectation that the taxpayers have to be the charitable ones (and coerced at that), rather than the individual Christian. Yes, if you can help a stranger then you are being Christian, but that is not the Government's task.

    As an outsider (in Oz) where we also have 'illegals', I can ask why those 800,000, where old enough, have not applied for Citizenship? I might ask too just what help the Bishops are providing to that aim.

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