Some more proof that the current society is tilting over; unless some strong force is applied to reverse the lunacy of liberalism, it will capsize.
Pope Francis Is Warned Against Betraying China’s Underground Church
Cardinal Joseph Zen, the retired Bishop of Hong Kong, has warned the Vatican against forging an agreement with the Chinese government that would grant it significant power over the Catholic Church in the country. Cardinal Zen has stated that he would consider any such deal a betrayal by the Holy See of the underground Catholic faithful in China. [snip]
One has to wonder what is going on in Rome when something like this is being considered. Perhaps this Pope needs to take ‘short takeoff’ flying lessons from the balcony some Sunday morning.
While we’re on the subject of craziness in religions, we might as well visit the Wiccans and their goal of casting a spell over Trump. They’ll wind up falling into their own cauldron.
Far better if they just consume copious quantities of adult spirits.
Donald’s in trouble: Witches including Lana Del Rey will gather at midnight to cast a spell on President Trump AND his supporters in hopes of banishing him from office
Witches will be out protesting President Donald Trump on Friday night the best way they know how – magic!
Mass rituals have also been planned in multiple covens, during which men and women will perform a spell to bind President Trump and all those who abet him by delivering a chant and holding a brief ceremony.
This is not an exclusive witches-only event wither, with Wiccans, shamans, Heremeticists, cunning folk, sorcerers and sorceresses, hoodooists, occultists, magicians, Ceremonialists and Ritualists also invited and urged to take part. [snip]
This has to rank right up there with the two trailer park ladies discussing the ‘Elvis on Black Velvet” piece of sofa art when one turns to the other and says, “I don’t know anything about art, but I know what I like.”
Makes you wonder why a great like Titian or or a modernist like Picasso didn’t paint on black velvet. Yup!
Lakeland ‘leg lamp’ sculpture creating controversy
A new sculpture in Polk County has people doing a double-take.
It’s the annual sculpture exhibit in downtown Lakeland and one of those sculptures is getting mixed reviews.
The leg lamp sculpture, called “I’ll Shoot Your Eye Out,” is based on the 1983 movie, “A Christmas Story,” and it certainly is raising a lot of eyebrows.
“Well, you know, for a leg, it’s not bad,” said Glenn Zweygardt, as he stood in front of the sculpture.
The lonely, high-heeled leg, clad in fishnets, has Lakeland divided.
It’s one of ten sculptures sprouting up along Lemon Avenue downtown.
“Art should move you,” Christine Ehmann, visiting from New York, told News Channel 8. “Well, it moves me, down.”
When we asked Lisa Baker of Lakeland if she found the sculpture tasteful or tasteless, she said, “I think it’s really cool. The first thing I thought of was ‘A Christmas Story.’”
Kevin Cook of the City of Lakeland is not at all apologetic about the sculpture.
“It pays homage to a classic Christmas movie,” said Cook. “The ‘fra gee lay’ that we all know, the leg in the box with a shade.” [snip]
Most of the people News Channel 8 interviewed on the streets of Lakeland didn’t seem to mind.On the City of Lakeland’s Facebook page, we found an entirely different story.
“Oh no, that is sick. If that’s for real, I’m embarrassed to live in Lakeland,” wrote Karen McClure
“Love,” wrote Tonya Marie. “It’s great to see someone showing that art can be fun. All art doesn’t have to be stuffy. Have fun with it.”
“I don’t want to see that at Christmas, never mind every day,” Marcia Earp-Lepage posted on the city’s Facebook page.
“Well, it’s obviously going to get people to talk about it,” wrote Tommy Henschel. “(Lol) It’s great. Controversy creates cash.”
This has to have happened in a hard gun control state. Otherwise, any person with a CCP would have put short shrift to this bozo until the cops got there or the coroner was needed.
Sword-wielding felon threatens Walmart customers in parking lot
The responding officers were called by the store’s manager, who said someone was threatening customers in the parking lot. When they got there, they found Shannon Schenck carrying two swords and appearing to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol, the police department said.
Several witnesses told officers Schenck had “assumed a fighting stance and unsheathed the swords in a threatening manner while approaching customers exiting their vehicles.”
Officers also found less than 20 grams of marijuana on Schenck, as well as a glass pipe with marijuana residue.
Schenck is a convicted felon. He now faces charges of possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, and three counts of possession of a weapon by a convicted felon. Schenck was taken to the Hernando County Jail on a $36,000 bond.
Once more the public will probably be subjected the Hollywierd political whining about Trump’s winning and the same old Marxist cant. It is tiresome since most of the trash turned out is not worth the time spent watching.
But one person lampoons them
L.A. Street Artist Targets Oscars With Mocking Posters on Hollywood and Highland
A conservative street artist is mocking Hollywood’s biggest night, using fake Redbox kiosks and a line from a Quentin Tarantino movie to bash Sunday night’s Oscar show.
Sabo, an artist who has made a name for himself with real-looking movie posters that skewer liberalism, plastered his latest creations all over Hollywood and Highland, a stone’s throw from where celebrities will be walking the red carpet.
In the dead of night Thursday and early Friday morning, Sabo plastered his posters all over town, in hard-to-reach places where they look like genuine advertisements.
“All those assholes make are unwatchable movies from unreadable books,” says one large poster containing a giant image of an Oscar statuette. The text was borrowed from Tarantino’s True Romance.
Sabo also created ads for Redbox and even built some replicas of the movie rental service’s iconic kiosks. [snip]