May 2, 2006

Making "nothing gringo" really count

The Cardinal, our bishops and our pastors and priests can really capitalize on Monday's big boycott of U.S. products.

All they have to do is tell people to make the boycott permanent -- of illegitimate commerce. After all, everyone should already have been boycotting, for instance, pornography stores and other stores that sell pornography; video stores and their pornography; devil-made products such as condoms and contraceptives; and abortion centers, especially Planned Parenthood.

Now, in case you are wondering: No, I do not think there is any chance of the Cardinal and his bishops and pastors making a big public call to do this. But they ought to!

Also, the Cardinal and his bishops and priests could tell everyone to find out which politicians in each party are pro-abortion, pro-homosexual and anti-family, and to shun them forever.

"Nothing gringo" should come to mean that people permanently refuse to adopt anything and everything in the USA that is part of sin, decadence and the Culture of Death.

For instance, specifically for people who come here from Mexico, "nothing gringo" should come to amount to the same thing as "Mexico siempre fiel" -- "Mexico ever faithful." Amen!


Anonymous MVH said...

Hey, Quintero

You're eloquent as usual. I couldn't believe how much the MSM touted the "payer meetings" before the marchers took off for downtown. As if having the impramatur of a "Catholic" priest was enough to mean that the entire Catholic Chruch hierarchy is behind the project. Of course, what the MSM loves is a liberal or Liberation Theology clergy. But blogs like this one disclose the truth,so the duplicity of the MSM and Hiz Eminence are not long for this world.

In the meantime, here's a rhetorical question. How much you wanna bet that if these "prayer meetings" were convened for a prayer crusade against abortion, euthenasia, teen-age promicuity, or even to pray for more priestly vocations, that the MSM wouldn't bother even mentioning these "meetings" at all?

11:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

gringo n. Offensive Slang. , pl. -gos . Used as a disparaging term for a foreigner in Latin America, especially an American or English person.

This isn't Latin America! Funny how these illegals want to come here and shake their fists at those who they expect to pay their wages and medical care. It is the pot calling the kettle black.

When the cathedral in Dallas basically sponsored the march on Palm Sunday no less, some man had a sign that said, "Who cleans your houses" and "Who builds your houses" Well, I clean my own home and they sure didn't build the house I live in. There have been times in my life that I did indeed have a maid but she was my friend and a redneck white person. I have had the experience to also be someone's "home manager" and I am french and she was a Texas redneck. So...all this garbage about "Look what we do for you", doesn't mean a thing.

Not all illegals are doing this though. Those who are radical are the ones doing the name calling and fist shaking and making accusations. Again, bishops ought to teach them what the catechism says but I don't look for that to happen. Most don't even teach the Truths of the Faith so it is highly doubtful they will be taught anything that is orthodox.

Five of my grandchildren are half Spanish and half French (cajun), new name for them is (hispajun) lol, and I love them dearly so I am not saying the things I have said out of prejudice. My future son in law happens to be an illegal but has been here six years and is working on citizenship. He has a visa to work here. He doesn't get involved with this "movement" but goes to work faithfully and is a good law abiding person. His brother is here also and he has become a citizen and is a great contribution to the country, a real hard worker that has wonderful plans for his future.

Well, I needed to do a little venting and hope you all don't mind. It is just getting a bit out of hand IMHO, and it really upsets me that some in the clergy are egging on a race war it would appear.

8:23 AM  
Blogger Quintero said...

Dear MVH,

Thank you for your kind words and for the good points you make.

You're sure right about the "news" media! Many are the pro-life events that they refuse to cover.

7:45 PM  
Blogger Quintero said...

Dear Anonymous 8:23 a.m.,

Thank you for pointing out that the word "gringo" is a term of insult -- it is, as the dictionary says, "offensive slang."

That is something the "news" media will not tell us, isn't it! It is one of those things that liberals will not mention even though many people know about it.

7:53 PM  
Anonymous MVH said...

Dear, Quintero
--Sa rait!

11:44 PM  

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