WHITE CATHOLIC VERMIN
$100,000+ CEO of Catholic Charities
No. This man
is not a pesticide worker who did not have
the courtesy to take his hat off while indoors as he explains to you
that what is ruining your house, your life, and your existence is far
more insidious than rodents, roaches, and a host of other vermin.
He is explaining that YOU are the vermin
Why? Because you are “white” —
and because you are Catholic — eo ipso you are a racist
and cannot be otherwise.
I’ll bet you
never knew that
He is Rob McCann,
President and CEO of Catholic Charities
makes over $100,000 from your charitable donations)
Eastern Washington, and he wishes to inform
you that you — not being “a person-of-color” — (which, by the
way, would make you invisible ) — are genetically
racist, or as he elegantly puts it,
“saying that I am not a racist because I’m white is like saying a fish
is not wet.” Brilliant.
This apparently congenital moron is the man you give
your money to at Mass when the collection is for promoting vile
causes such as racism, oppressing “people-of-color”, supporting a
racist institution called the Catholic Church, oppressing the masses,
and a host of other evils for which invisible people are responsible.
Lives Matter ... in its purest non-violent form it is a Christ-like
Bet you didn’t know that either.
Poor Rob is a Catholic (CEO) ...
and, as we see below, a racist. Therefore all Catholics
are racists. Impeccable reasoning:
“I am a racist. For me, saying that I am not a racist because
I’m white is like saying a fish is not wet. My Catholic Church
and my Catholic Charities organization is racist. Our Catholic
Faith tradition is built ...on a premise [an
idea or theory — not Divine Revelation
— editor] that a baby, born in the Middle East was
a white baby. Catholic Charities supports Black Lives
Matter ... in its purest non-violent form it is a Christ-like
movement …” He then pleads with us, as to “non-white” gods
“of color”: “please forgive us our trespasses”
and “please embrace us!” *
Should we call Rob out? After all, he
takes home over a hundred grand
from the donations
YOU make to Catholic
Or should we call this “the Rob’s
Prayer” — but alas, poor Rob is chromatically challenged: in fact,
despite his apparent sizeable mass, he is invisible. Makes it hard getting
the point across.
Geoffrey K. Mondello
Boston Catholic Journal
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