CharlesMartel's comment history

CharlesMartel said...

[If] you're asserting that Rome has some divine seat of authority in all things Christendom, I must make it clear I definitely do not agree with that position.

Yes, we've already established that you are an American liberal Protestant. Being ignorant of the history of Salvation, you disagree with the fact of both reason and faith that Rome has universal authority; the Emperor [of Rome] over all things secular, and the Bishop [of Rome] over all things spiritual.

September 9, 2011 at 4:12 p.m.
CharlesMartel said...

I'll ask this simply: does the State (i.e., Rome) have the right to defend the Faith with lethal force? That is, do heretics have the right to spread a false religion with no lethal interference from the State (i.e., Rome)?

September 9, 2011 at 3:27 p.m.
CharlesMartel said...

[T]here is no need to endorse a harsh approach toward people who believe differently.

Do you consider spreading the gospel of Our Lord an "harsh approach"? Or is it harsh that everyone should be under the temporal authority of Rome, with the government rewarding those that convert and punishing those that do not (even to the point of killing those that wish to spread false beliefs, e.g., Mohammedanism)?

September 9, 2011 at 3:05 p.m.
CharlesMartel said...

The past few Republican primaries have become a traveling circus of freak shows, featuring wacky Protestants and some Mormons. Ridiculous. Of course, I expect nothing else from a party called "Republican".

September 9, 2011 at 2:23 p.m.
CharlesMartel said...

I always find it laughable when I, a devout and anti-USofA Roman Catholic is compared to the pro-American, Nativist and anti-Catholic Ku Klux Klowns.

Jtennant, you spew the same heresy as any other liberal Protestant. You almost get it right; the Great Commission is to go out and make believers in the world. The saints give us great examples of that, from their martyrdom, piety, and especially evangelizing. One of the greats that we should look towards is Charlemagne, and his conquest and conversion of the Saxons. Also, to paraphrase St Louis, King of France, one of the most charitable things we can do to an unrepentant heretic is run him through with our sword.

As for religious wars, America has not fought a single one, and that is the problem. The USofA has removed itself from Christendom, and therein lies the problem. America has the potential to serve Rome more than any other country in the history of the world, but the people are obstinate heretics; instead of supporting the Empire, America wants to drag it back into paganism. Shame, shame.

September 9, 2011 at 1:57 p.m.
CharlesMartel said...

The Mohammedan religion is false religion, even an heresy of the Faith of the Apostles. While there can be found some authentic Truth in their religion, the goal of Christendom is to convert the people and eradicate the heresy.

September 9, 2011 at 9:29 a.m.
CharlesMartel said...

Lib4Freedom, by the way, the government owns 100% of the land in Hong Kong, and finances a large portion of government services from the lease of the land.

September 6, 2011 at 2:07 p.m.
CharlesMartel said...

Haha! Harry Statel, thanks be to the Flying Spaghetti Monster that Jack "Traffic Snarl on Gunbarrel Road" Benson was able to stop the IHOP. Just imagine the flooding in that area had it been covered in pancakes!

Hey Joneses, shut up, you Nazi!

September 5, 2011 at 3:19 p.m.
CharlesMartel said...

What to do with the murderers? Hang them from a rope by the neck until dead.

Hey Blacks, you need to clean up your own mess. The Whites are now too scared to do anything, in fear of being called "racist".

September 2, 2011 at 11:24 p.m.
CharlesMartel said...

Harry Statel is yet another American that can't handle real conservatism, i.e., counterrevolution.

All Liberals, the lot of you. From the weirdo Glenn Beck to the Protestant Ron Paul.

September 2, 2011 at 8:42 p.m.
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