At the height of an orchestrated anti Catholic media storm in the Republic of Ireland last week, replete with hand wringing journalists and politicians shedding crocodile tears, Independent Newspapers ran a headline claiming a "Chamber Of Horrors"had been discovered at a Victorian era care home.
The Independent was falsely implying that a burial ground at the home amounted to a chamber of horrors.
The story, recycled from a previous similar attempt a few years ago, was part of a renewed anti Christian pogrom, already well underway in the Irish Independent, the Irish Times and the broadcaster RTE, suggesting to the public that the existence of burial grounds at hundred year old orphanages implies murderous criminality on the part of the Catholic Church.
The rationale for these Irish Nazi newspaper groups is that if there's a graveyard at a Catholic Church run facility, then everyone in it must have been murdered.
This propaganda smear against the Church has been devised to make it difficult for any clear answer to be made. How do you answer such a generalised baseless invented insinuation of wrong doing against a broad unnamed swathe of the populace most of whom died decades ago.
None of us were there.
How can any of us confidently refute such random slanderous ascriptions of barbarism against our forefathers?
Clever, isn't it.
The media campaign has been designed to leave us scrambling to explain every corpse unearthed in every burial ground at every Victorian orphanage in Ireland.
This rings a bell.
This sort of incitement has been done before.
Not just in Nazi Germany.
The present Irish media slanders of our ancient church are in fact most likenable to Chairman Mao's Cultural Revolution campaign against the Four Olds in China fifty years ago.
Starting in 1966 Chairman Mao attempted to put blood on a new generation of Chinese who had not assisted in his earlier mass murders.
He feared that the younger generation would grow up free of his communist atheist evil.
He needed to make them as guilty as he was.
At a stroke Chairman Mao unleashed the young people of China to institute terror across his country.
Their targets were the Four Olds: old customs, old culture, old habits, and old ideas.
They randomly killed and tortured their parents, their teachers and the older generation.
Millions died and were maimed.
Their main weapon though was not violence but vilification.
Systemic vilification lasting years if the person survived.
That is the weapon being used in Ireland today to stampede the people away from the ancient Church.
Parents are vilified.
The past generations are vilified.
The Church is vilified.
Faith is vilified.
This is a Cultural Revolution.
With regard to the basic methodology of vilification, the only difference between the Cutltural Revolution in Ireland and the one in China is that ours has lasted longer.
Chairman Mao died in 1976 and his institutionalised psychopathy juddered to a halt.
A shocked China drew breath and began to back away from the abyss of madness.
It had lasted just ten years.
In Ireland, Independent Newspapers, the Irish Times, and RTE have cheer-led a systemic vilification of the Catholic Church directed from the shadows of parliament, the Civil Service and the Judiciary, which is now entering its fifth decade.
That's fifty years of non stop slander, vilification, inuendo, presumption of guilt, manipulation, humiliation and outright lies.
In spite of their apparent successes, their greatest fear remains that the younger generation will not share their detestation of the ancient Church.
That is the rationale for this week's revival of the Victorian graveyards shakedown slander scam.
By smearing the past through a lens of hatred, they seek to blind us once more to the downfall of civilisation which they are engineering today.
And it is the young whom Independent Newspapers wish to inculcate particularly with this maniacal hatred of our heritage.
Everything that came before is vilified by these charlatans.
A perpetual glare of detestation is focussed on the past.
All so that we will not notice the present.
All so we'll acquiesce to the culture of death.
All so we'll surrender to abortion, euthanasia, assisted suicide, mutilating sex change operations which don't actually work, life being generated and destroyed in test tubes, a populace sedated with pharmaceutical poisons, young people being disrupted by a constant barrage of hyper sexualised imagery, and a remote ruling pseudo elite that tells us there's no God and no point in resisting.
All so we'll die to our very souls without a fight.
Independent Newspapers, the Irish Times and RTE are lynchpins in this gambit, playing the part of megaphones for what is essentially an Irish Cultural Revolution on Maoist lines and using Maoist strategies.
They issue blanket accusations of murder at care facilities against the past generations and against our beautiful Church, confident in the notion that the Irish people have forgotten the tuberculosis epidemics of the 1920's; Wholly assured that the Irish people will not readily recall that there was starvation in Ireland as recently as the 1930's when then Prime Minister Eamon DeValera attempted to starve out the British Empire in an economic war and ended up starving us instead; And absolutely maliciously confident in their vilest triumphalisms that the platform of their State funded media groups can slander any opposition into silence.
The intent of the present media orchestrated pogroms is to marginalise the church and put her on a permanently defensive position.
Do not accept this.