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Amnesty ....is this why Mexico is losing citizens...

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A bad tree can not bear good fruits. Take a look of the fruits of Roman Catholicism in Mexico.

Catholics in Mexico parade their saint of death through the streets.

They pray their rosaries to the “Mother of God”, and they do their worship in Catholic shrines.  Still they worship “Santa Muerte”. This saint who brings “holy death”, is nothing less than the devil him self.

When you thought you knew all about the Chaos the Vatican has spread all over Earth, you might be baffled by these photo’s.

How on Earth could claimed to be “true Christianity”, produce insanity like this?

If you did not know, that the Pope him self is a worshipper of skulls, skeletons and corpses, you might not have been able to find the correct answer:

The spiritual source of this deception lies with the Papacy in Rome. The chair of “The Holy Father”, who has been elevated to the Power seat of God him self.

The Catholics has put an idol of the devil inside the family alter, and worship him.

The Vatican claim that this religious movement in Mexico, is a cult. The reason behind the Pontiff’s rejection of them, can only be that they do not adore and venerate the Papal approved bones. They are some kind of freelancers within the Roman Catholic movement.

Are you still puzzled with why 30.000 people in Mexico has been slaughtered in the drug wars?

This is the official version from Wikipedia.

On the first of November the anniversary of the altar to Santa Muerte constructed by Enriqueta Romero is celebrated. The Santa Muerte of Tepito is dressed as a bride and wears hundreds of pieces of gold jewelry given by the faithful to show gratitude for favors received, or to ask for one. The celebration officially begins at the stroke of midnight of November 1. About 5,000 faithful turn out to pray the rosary. For purification, instead of incense, there is the smoke ofmarijuana.

A gathering of devil worshipers in the streets of Mexico.

A Mexican wants to join his idol in the eternal death.

As of 2009, devotion to Santa Muerte has been on the rise in the United States for the past ten years or so, mostly following the millions of Mexicans who have immigrated to the country. Evidence of devotion to her can be seen anywhere there is a large Mexican community, such as New York CityHouston,Tucson and Los Angeles. There are fifteen officially registered religious groups dedicated to her in Los Angeles alone which includes the Temple of Santa Muerte.

Source: Wikipedia.

Romans 1:25

They exchanged the truth about God for a lie, and worshiped and served created things rather than the Creator—who is forever praised. Amen.

2 Thessalonians 2: 9-12.

The coming of the lawless one will be in accordance with how Satan works. He will use all sorts of displays of power through signs and wonders that serve the lie, and all the ways that wickedness deceives those who are perishing.

They perish because they refused to love the truth and so be saved.

For this reason God sends them a powerful delusion so that they will believe the lie and so that all will be condemned who have not believed the truth but have delighted in wickedness

by on Apr. 26, 2013 at 2:29 PM
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Sekirei
by Nari Trickster on Apr. 26, 2013 at 10:22 PM
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Friday
by HRH of MJ on Apr. 26, 2013 at 10:35 PM


Quoting tambrathegreat:

Okay,first of all, Santa Muerte is just another death cult in a long line of death cults.  We humans have always worshipped death.  Look at Kali Ma  (India), Hel (ancient Norse), Cernunos and Cerridwen (Ancient Celts/modern Wicca), Hades and Persephone (Greek), Annubis and Osiris (ancient Egypt), the many gods of the Aztec/Maya,  and these are just instances I can name off the top of my head of underworld gods with cults who worshipped them.  Plus, if you look at Mexico and their Aztec past, this cult of death is just an extension of their pagan past. 

Get over yourself and go read something worthwhile.

I remember that one!!!


 


Thank God......it's Friday!!!

stacymomof2
by Ruby Member on Apr. 26, 2013 at 10:54 PM
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Oh I am not getting on board this crazy train.

Sekirei
by Nari Trickster on Apr. 26, 2013 at 10:56 PM


Quoting stacymomof2:

Oh I am not getting on board this crazy train.

But... Ozzy thinks it good!

stacymomof2
by Ruby Member on Apr. 26, 2013 at 11:22 PM
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Quoting Sekirei:


Quoting stacymomof2:

Oh I am not getting on board this crazy train.

But... Ozzy thinks it good!


jllcali
by LoyalAndCute on Apr. 26, 2013 at 11:39 PM
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No. People leave Mexico because of the poor quality of life there. They come here illegally because even working as a migrant worker or under the table, having (by American standards) a very poor quality of life, and being villified by a great many people, it's still a lot better than how shitty it was for them in Mexico. As long as the US (for the most part) has a better quality of life than the poor in Mexico, they will.come here.

Please note a great many Mexicans come here legally. Assuming any particular Mexican/hispanic immigrant/citizen is illegal without any proof is a dick move.
jllcali
by LoyalAndCute on Apr. 26, 2013 at 11:42 PM
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Oh, and the op does not make sense given the content of the article.
jllcali
by LoyalAndCute on Apr. 26, 2013 at 11:58 PM
Que marranada

Quoting amsp259:


Plz stay there! We don't need anymore non English speaking draining welfare


Quoting krysstizzle:

jajaja *eyeroll*

Did you use goole translate for that one? Congratulations, pendeja! 

So, care to address my salient points, or not so much?

-Krysten, atheist angel du jour

Quoting VeronicaTex:

Ay, ay, ay chiquita!!!!

Que necia es usted.

Verónica

Quoting krysstizzle:

Um, do you think you're the only person who has lived in and has friends in L. America? 

You can disagree all you like, doesn't mean you're correct. There is plenty of historical evidence documenting the Catholic proselytizing (and much, much worse) of the indigenous populations. (For example, see here for more - very basic - info ).

And one only has to look as far as Dia de los Muertos to see the blending of indigenous traditions into catholicism - very much accepted by the catholic church in L America - to see my other point. Here's an article that points to exactly that. 

Quoting VeronicaTex:

I still disagreee.

I repeat:  I lived there.

I still have friends there:  Bolivian, Argentine, Venezuelan, Columbian, ect.

I know what I am talking about.

Veronica-Roman Catholic

Quoting krysstizzle:

There is no doubt whatsoever that Catholics proselytized in N and S America when Europeans first made it here. And proselytizing is putting it lightly. Yes, missionaries came; they came and induced the indigenous to convert, i.e. proselytized.

The clergy are part of the people. Roman Catholicism in Latin America is very particular. It may not be your definition of what catholicism is, but the people who practice it certainly believe they are catholic.

Quoting VeronicaTex:

This is very typical of cultures that have both Catholic tradition and the influence of the Indian culture:  Mayan, Aztec, Incan (Aymara and Quechua Indians being the descendents):  I was a foreign exchange student to Bolivia when I was 17.  This is how I know this, in addition to having ties with the Mexican people (the true Catholic ones).

I wish to address the rest of the comment, which I have highlighted in green:

I do not agree with the verb you are using concerning the Catholic Church "proselytizing".   I would say a better description would be the friars or the priests going there were missionaries.

I also disagree with the local clergy "embracing".  

The people themselves are the ones who have yet to give up their Indian traditions.

Veronica-Roman Catholic



Quoting rfurlongg:

The article shows little understanding for deep seated cultural traditional and Catholic proselatizing. Santa Muerte (not officially recognized by the Vatican) is a morphining of catholic and local traditions. Almost everywhere the catholic church has proselatized there have been local tradition that are hesitantly "embraced" by local clergy.











jllcali
by LoyalAndCute on Apr. 27, 2013 at 12:02 AM
Du spinnst

Quoting amsp259:


Plz stay there! We don't need anymore non English speaking draining welfare


Quoting krysstizzle:

jajaja *eyeroll*

Did you use goole translate for that one? Congratulations, pendeja! 

So, care to address my salient points, or not so much?

-Krysten, atheist angel du jour

Quoting VeronicaTex:

Ay, ay, ay chiquita!!!!

Que necia es usted.

Verónica

Quoting krysstizzle:

Um, do you think you're the only person who has lived in and has friends in L. America? 

You can disagree all you like, doesn't mean you're correct. There is plenty of historical evidence documenting the Catholic proselytizing (and much, much worse) of the indigenous populations. (For example, see here for more - very basic - info ).

And one only has to look as far as Dia de los Muertos to see the blending of indigenous traditions into catholicism - very much accepted by the catholic church in L America - to see my other point. Here's an article that points to exactly that. 

Quoting VeronicaTex:

I still disagreee.

I repeat:  I lived there.

I still have friends there:  Bolivian, Argentine, Venezuelan, Columbian, ect.

I know what I am talking about.

Veronica-Roman Catholic

Quoting krysstizzle:

There is no doubt whatsoever that Catholics proselytized in N and S America when Europeans first made it here. And proselytizing is putting it lightly. Yes, missionaries came; they came and induced the indigenous to convert, i.e. proselytized.

The clergy are part of the people. Roman Catholicism in Latin America is very particular. It may not be your definition of what catholicism is, but the people who practice it certainly believe they are catholic.

Quoting VeronicaTex:

This is very typical of cultures that have both Catholic tradition and the influence of the Indian culture:  Mayan, Aztec, Incan (Aymara and Quechua Indians being the descendents):  I was a foreign exchange student to Bolivia when I was 17.  This is how I know this, in addition to having ties with the Mexican people (the true Catholic ones).

I wish to address the rest of the comment, which I have highlighted in green:

I do not agree with the verb you are using concerning the Catholic Church "proselytizing".   I would say a better description would be the friars or the priests going there were missionaries.

I also disagree with the local clergy "embracing".  

The people themselves are the ones who have yet to give up their Indian traditions.

Veronica-Roman Catholic



Quoting rfurlongg:

The article shows little understanding for deep seated cultural traditional and Catholic proselatizing. Santa Muerte (not officially recognized by the Vatican) is a morphining of catholic and local traditions. Almost everywhere the catholic church has proselatized there have been local tradition that are hesitantly "embraced" by local clergy.











AlekD
by Gold Member on Apr. 27, 2013 at 12:06 AM
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Wow. I thought this thread was going to be about mexican political policy or something, so i stayed away because i wasnt particularly interested. Little did I know it was a blatant and totally ignorant attack on my deepest held beliefs! Wish I could get those two minutes of my time back.
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