The broom of Martin dePorress, have you been broomed out of your life? dispossessed hapless with indoctrinations of egalitarianism and defaced unrecognisable by his psychotic miscegenation cult. Do you want to live in a world of systematic renunciation, where ethnocentricity and homogeneity are frowned upon as mortal sins?
- Jorge Bergoglio
- Martín de Porres Velázquez
- Justin Welby
- Nicky Gumbel
- Praxis Charity
- Kenneth Leech
- Martin in the Fields
- Jeffrey John
- Cleon Peterson
- Critical Religious Theory
- Churches Together
I struggle to describe to you what this Egalitarian spite driven Cult of Depravity has meant to my life, because my existence with my people, in this world, has been decimated and erased since I returned to the United Kingdom from India. Because of this cults destructive influence, pushing forward its cruel agenda through partisan tollerance; my brother, the only intermediate family I have alive, has not spoken to me for the last thirteen years.
Because my people have been subordinated with group conformity, their information control has only focussed on the disclosure of truth that dispands their defacing cult of genetic disinheritance, and never factored in psychological torture, trauma inducted, diabolical sufferings I have endured whilst in states of zombified, disociated catatonia, systematically, day and night for the last heartbreaking and desolate thirteen years.
Under siege my people were terrorised, stalked, mutilated, raped, kidnapped, sacrificed and murdered. These genocidal attrocities were committed out of sight but close enough to make an escapegoat. Not one living soul has ever clarified what has happened to them, either vocally or in writing. Yet I have enjured watching them leave me behind, au paired with monsters, coupled to a inhumanity I could not have possibly imagined.
Martinism began as pervailing influences of the legacy of the Papa Martino V. Born born Otto (or Oddone) Colonna, was the head of the Catholic Church and ruler of the Papal States from 11 November 1417 to his death in February 1431. He is the last pope to date to take on the pontifical name "Martin". is election effectively ended the Western Schism of 1378–1417 and is therefore viewed as a Pope attributed to consenus unification.
Martino belonged to one of the oldest and most distinguished families of Rome. Martino was elected pope, at the age of 48, at the Council of Constance on St. Martin's Day, 11 November 1417. The New School (know as the University in Exile for refusal to take an oath) is a far-left institute in Greenwich Village New York, the school was founded by John Dewey in 1919, as part of Columbia University of the Colonna Family of Roman Emperors. The schools colours are White, Black, Parsons Red.
Bergoglio has been announced as “Pope FrANCis” since 2013 when he became the head of the Catholic Church and sovereign of the Vatican City State. Bergoglio is the first pope to be also member of the Society of Jesus, also known as the Jesuits.
Bergoglio grew up in socialist Argentina, an experience that left a deep impression on his thinking. He told the Latin American journalists Javier Camara and Sebastian Pfaffen that as a young man he “read books of the Communist Party that my boss in the laboratory gave me” and that “there was a period where I would wait anxiously for the newspaper La Vanguardia, which was not allowed to be sold with the other newspapers and was brought to us by the socialist militants.”.
The “boss” to whom Pope Francis referred is Esther Ballestrino de Careaga. He has described her as a “Paraguayan woman” and a “fervent communist.” He considers her one of his most important mentors. “I owe a huge amount to that great woman,” he has said, saying that she “taught me so much about politics.” (He worked for her as an assistant at Hickethier-Bachmann Laboratory in Buenos Aires.) As a Cardinal, Bergoglio became known for personal humility, doctrinal conservatism, and a “commitment to social justice”.
Martín de Porres Velázquez
Patron Saint of Egalitarianism and mixed-race people, Coudenhove-Kalergi's race mixed “man of the future”, an exoterical “Apostolate of Saint Martin” is behind the identity of NFL Chicago Bulls reversed logo of “Tin Man”, beatifying dePorress since 1966! (Same year Chicago was incorporated as a City)
Velázquez, a bastard (illegitimate son of a Spanish nobleman), was patronized as a saint of mixed-race people, barbers, innkeepers, public health workers, and told to be inclusive of all those seeking “racial harmony”. He had a sister named Juana de Porres, born two years later in 1581. After the birth of his sister, the father abandoned the family. Ana Velázquez supported her children by taking in laundry. Irelands Laundry Rooms? Among the many “miracles” attributed to him were those of levitation, bilocation, miraculous knowledge, instantaneous cures, and an ability to communicate with animals (the story of Dr Dolittle?).
In the 1980 novel A Confederacy of Dunces, Ignatius Reilly contemplates praying to Martin for aid in bringing social justice to the black workers at the New Orleans factory where he works. And in music, the first track of jazz pianist Mary Lou Williams's album Black Christ of the Andes is titled "St. Martin De Porres".
American singer Madonna's lead single "Like a Prayer" (1989) featured Martin de Porres as a character in the song's music video. Like a Prayer was co-writen and co-produced by Patrick Ray Leonard who entered the music business with late 1970s Chicago-based pop rock band Whisper, then later the same band membership, Trillion (name changed for legal reasons), featuring future Toto singer Dennis "Fergie" Frederiksen on lead vocals.
Justin Portal Welby (born 6 January 1956) is the 105th Archbishop of Canterbury and the most senior bishop in the Church of England since 2013. Welby entered the Church of England through Holy Trinity Brompton, enabled by his lifetime friendship with Nicky Gumbel.
Justin Welby’s adoptive father was Gavin Welby, a wandering bootlegging immigrant with a known “demanding personality disorder”, once described by Lady Redgrave (an English actress named Rachel Kempson) as “a real horror … a pretty rotten piece of work”.
Justin Welby's real father Anthony Montague-Browne OBE (described by Justin as his “Secret Father”) was a gentile socialite and trusted private secretary for foreign affairs to Winston Churchill. The Churchill family infamously hated French people with appalling xenophobia, bombing Normandy during WW2 into rubble.
Naked French women with their genitalia disfigured and mutilated with hot black tar, (signifying genetic disinheritance), were forced to flag salute at public displays known as “Ugly Carnivals“.
Churchill's were multi-generational connected to Jewish elites such as the Rothschilds (see also: Louis deRothschild), Bernard Baruch (a financier of the Kalergi Plan, Winston Churchill penned hundreds of letters in correspondence, Baruch was frequently denounced as America's secret president) and the Jewish World Congress.
Montague-Browne never married Justin's mother Jane Portal rendering his estranged son Justin an illegitimate bastard by birth (incidently men born illegitimately were for centuries barred by the church from becoming archbishops).
Thomas Markle Jr (Meghan Markle is his half-sister) remarked: "Harry's on the chopping block next. The only difference between then and now is that prior [to Harry marrying Meghan] he had a smile all over his face in photos, all the ones after he doesn’t." as Prince Harry set up home in the Big Brother VIP Australia house. In an 2018 open letter he wrote to Harry, saying his wedding would be "the biggest mistake in royal wedding history". Publicised DNA tests and admittance by Welby himself have confirmed his bastard status to be 99.9779 per cent true.
Twice failed Conservative candidate Gavin Welby (Justin’s adopted father) descended into alcoholism and died, broken and alone, in a Kensington flat at the age of 67.
In July 2021, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, announced that the Church of England would in 2022 offer a formal "Act of Repentance", on the 800th anniversary of the Synod of Oxford in 1222, which passed a set of laws that restricted Jews' rights to engage with Christians in England and eventually led to the expulsion of 1290. Historically, the Synod predated the Church of England's creation in 1534, but the title of Archbishopric of Canterbury dates to before 600 CE.
Gumbel’s Stuttgart Jewish parents (for decades involved in post-World War Two Greater London Council) fled from Germany as refugees, settling in London, UK; chased out of the Rhineland during NSDAP Weimar Republician purges. Gumbel is lifelong friend of Welby attending both Eton and Trinity College, Cambridge together. Gumbel is currently a resident vicar at Holy Trinity Brompton (richest and largest house of worship in the Church of England).
He replaced an elderly Sandy Millar (also studied at Trinity College, Cambridge) and rewrote the Alpha Course doctrine in 1990; changing, over the years, the programme’s narrative direction significantly.
In the first eight months of 2019, 9,000 courses have been run in 58 countries, using Mr Gumbel’s book, Questions of Life, as their basis. Alpha has been used by members of every denomination, from Roman Catholic to Lutheran. Gumbel returning to the UK from travelling to America was also one of the first UK Evangelists to promote the evils of the “Toronto blessing”, the unsightly cause of many church congregation rolling around on the floor acting as though they were animals:
During early 2010 I was concerned about the Alpha Course activities connected to a homeless day centre run by parishioners belonging to Holy Trinity Brompton; I chose to contact journalist Jon Ronson. Several months later an article appeared in the Guardian containing the following quotation made by Jon Ronson:
Alpha Course methods used on the course have been likened to mind-control, and Alpha has been accused of creating “a Mickey Mouse religion which is cheap, graceless and addictive”.
Alpha Course was originally conceived in the late sixties by Holy Trinity Bromptons then curate, the Rev Charles Marnham.
Founded in 1983 by the Robert Kemble Trust (now registered as the Robert Kemble Christian Institute), originally based in 12 Goodge Street before moving to the United Reformed Church building in Bethnal Green. In 1997, Praxis was registered as a non-sectarian charity independent of the Robert Kemble Trust . Praxis Chairty is chaired by Barbara Roche, an ex-labour MP linked to the Blair government's "mass immigration" policy.
Praxis, Charity workers publicly display pictures of themselves, in the overbearing arms of their mural, as if being held or possibly carried. The little door to the right of the mural, outside the church, with the mural blocking direct entrance into the church implies shrink yourselves to enter, possibly in reference to drinking a bottle neck of "perception altering" poison, implied from Lewis Carroll's body dysmorphic story of Alice in (psychosis) Wonderland.
The Christi Testamenta decrees a test upon the mental comprehension of Jesus christ, involving a pairing of the opposites through drawing of masciline and feminine projection through partisan crucifixion to attain his fruits of life (signified here as grapes / berries); therefore, this esoteric illustration, in pretext is symbolic of tribulation. The context of Martinism "inner imitation of Christ" implicates a blindfolded view of physicallity, in Praxis Charities discrimintory view, this would obviously be asserted as ethnic.
I surmise the Praxis Charity mural to be an antichrist effigy of Rudyard Kipling's poem: White man's burden. The theory surrounding the mural is probably "forsake everything you mean to your people belittle yourselves through alienation, cripple your projections with partisan tolerance and restart as co-existence weighted down with all our sufferings, place the mural before, in replacement of your god". Recreating order implies revolution, defining Christianity as corrupted. The yellow signifies the Roman Empire, so perhaps they are stigmatising the legacy of the Norman Church 911AD-1657AD.
Martinism decrees that when the return of Jesus Christ arrives, do nothing but study and replicate his actions, through an imitation. This inane theology is heretical in disregard of the second coming life Jesus Christ and his forthcoming teachings, as his projections will inevitably be subtracted from his embodiment and forked, maligning him into disinheritance; whilst his worth becomes reaped and regenerated into imitation (aggressive mimicking). This is an exoterical work of soul skinning, abhorrent evil; with a bassless non-biblical (repairing) assertion that Jesus somehow became separated from people's ethnicity through blasphemous racial assertions of bi-partisan credence.
The Integra natural is a circle card calculating reincarnation through captivation and arrangement of projection. The Natura values integrity, consolidating and reanimating nurturing of people ancestry with the natural world.
This flesh crawling, demonic methodology, fleshes nurtured ancestral spirit through discrimination (affirmative action) via a egalitarian lexicon of Marx's Concept of Alienation forbade, through finger-pointing "Jesus in the Slum" stigmatism; a human being's divine right to be spiritually nurtured through the inherent love of their people.
Adele (her initials are A.L.B.A, the ancient name of gaelic Scotland before legacy of William the Conqueror; which clans now detest) co-freemasonrys "Blazing Star " was going to march as a reconciler with ARMOCs overbearing interloper on her back at the Notting Hill carnival, until the event was cancelled. In Norse history Adele was Gerloc, daughter of Rollo of Normandy, in “911” the migrating Viking King settled in France. Adele in this picture has X'ed her breasts (a childs nourishment) with a Jamacian flag bikini. The golden ring signifys subordination being towed by chain (DNA, see integra natura), in replica of a chain that hangs outside the temple of the Rosicrucian order, that consolidated the 18th century esoteric movement of Martinism.
On June 14th 2017 Adele witnessed the Grenfell Tower fire and thus became involved, in empathic solidarity with the bereaved families of victims who perished within the blazing tragedy. The building was cover in two partitions of green (twin towers), and thus the rememberance rememberance campaign took on that colour. During the aftermath Adele was beatified as an "Angel" by the media in context of Adele inviting members of the campaign and grieving families to attend her music concert.
In denouncation of White males as devils the Nation of Islam, through the bizarre story of Yakub, signifies White as the colour of genetic disinheritance and thereof, through repatriation, regeneration.
There are many of these “community murals” (Bethnal Green Meeting House and the Praxis Charity at the United Reformed Church) commissioned by Reverend Lucy Berry (Berry is described as: a lone mother to a “mixed-heritage” son. She is a middle-class (also described as “white”), embedded among black youth). The Twitter profile of Lucy Berry displays a dispossessed and traumatised "Jesus in the Slum" homeless vagrant, broken nosed with a "a thousand yard stare". As a heretic, Berry defers to the story of Cain and Able to White and black violence in retrospect of the death of criminal and drug addict George Floyd. Floyd was martyred by the Black Lives Matter movement, which Lucy promotes, via a twitter retweet, white Christians to pray upon.
It is clear from her written words, she vents egalitarian anger from a Maoist Third Worldism viewpoint. A Maoist insurgency upon the west, that powered hated, fuelled Black Supremacist movements that historically and virulently denounced white men as devils. The Ancient Greek term praxis means turning theoretical knowledge into practical action. Throughout the centuries the concept has been developed by Jewish philosophers: Marx, Gramsci, and Arendt. Being a MaXist entity with claiming "Brazilian pedagogue Freire’s understanding of praxis ultimately inspired the name of our charity"; they also line themselves with the aims of Black Lives Matter (break up of nuclear families etc):
On the surface, Praxis runs peer-led groups for people with “lived experience” of migration. The WINGS group is for mothers with young children.
Leech was born into a secular working-class family in Ashton-under-Lyne in greater Manchester. As a teenager, he became a Christian and a socialist at the same time. A speech denouncing apartheid at the Free Trade Hall in Manchester in 1956 by Trevor Huddleston, a priest of the Community of the Resurrection who had just returned from South Africa, had a particularly powerful impact on him.
He would remember thinking:
Leech moved to the East End of London in 1958 where he began his studies for a degree in history at King's College, London. This move, he later wrote, was the real turning point of his life. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1961 and then went to Trinity College, Oxford, from which he graduated in 1964. He was also ordained to the diaconate in 1964.
After theological studies at St Stephen's House, Oxford, he was ordained to the priesthood in 1965. He served in urban London parishes afflicted by poverty and confronted issues of racism and drug abuse. After ordination, he served for two years as a curate at Holy Trinity, Hoxton (exclaiming “first became aware of the fact that there is a lot of racism within the white working class”) in the East End of London and then from 1967 to 1971 at St Anne's, Soho.
While in Soho, Leech set up the Soho Drug Group (1967) which ministered to young addicts, many of whom had been drawn into prostitution. In 1969, at the instigation of and in conjunction with Anton Wallich-Clifford and the Simon Community, Leech also established the charity Centrepoint which became the United Kingdom's leading national charity tackling youth homelessness.
From 1971 to 1974 he was chaplain and tutor in pastoral studies at St Augustine's College, Canterbury. In 1974, he became rector of St Matthew's Bethnal Green where he served until 1979. While at St Matthew's, he became deeply involved in the struggle against the National Front and other “racist” and “fascist” groups.
In 1974, with Rowan Williams (who became the Archbishop of Canterbury) and others, he founded the Jubilee Group (Ed: see also Community of Ekklesia and Critical Religion Association), a network of Christian socialists in Britain and across the Anglican Communion, most of whom were Anglo-Catholics. In 1980, he became Race Relations Field Officer for the British Council of Churches Community and Race Relations Unit.
The following year, he was named Race Relations Field Officer of the Church of England's Board for Social Responsibility. He was director of the Runnymede Trust, a think tank dedicated to promoting ethnic diversity in Britain. From 1987 to 1990. As archbishop, Rowan Williams awarded Leech a Lambeth doctorate.
He believed that it must be grounded in prayer and should be the work of the entire local Christian community across the boundaries of class, race, and sex. At the heart of his faith was what he called “subversive orthodoxy”; the indissoluble union of contemplative spirituality, sacramental worship, orthodox doctrine and social action.
Leech was written to have sought direction through these words of Bishop Frank Weston:
Leech argued that this conjunction of faith and the quest for justice, which points to the coming of the Kingdom of God on earth, is the essential mark of the Christian life and underlies scripture, the teachings of the Church Fathers and the Christian mystical tradition.
His work also drew on the radical and even revolutionary strands in Anglo-Catholicism represented by Fabian figures such as Stewart Headlam, Thomas Hancock, Charles Marson, Percy Widdrington, Conrad Noel, and Stanley Evans. He acknowledged the contributions of F. D. Maurice, Brooke Foss Westcott, Charles Gore, William Temple, and other reform-minded Anglican Christian socialists, but thought them often to be too timid and middle class.
Leech died of cancer in Manchester on 12 September 2015, but he is survived by his wife Julie and a son, Carl, from a “previous” marriage.
Martin in the Fields
St Martin-in-the-Fields is one of the most famous churches in London. Dick Sheppard, Vicar from 1914 to 1927 who began programmes for the area's homeless, coined its ethos as the “Church of the Ever Open Door”.
The church is renowned for its work with young and homeless people through The Connection at St Martin-in-the-Fields, created in 2003 through the merger of two programmes dating at least to 1948. The church may be the St Martin's referred to in the nursery rhyme known as Oranges and Lemons.
The red scarf was a neckerchief worn by young pioneers of several countries during the socialist (“communist”) era. In the Soviet Union it was known as pionerskiy galstuk (пионерский галстук, i. e. pioneer's neckerchief), in Vietnam as khăn quàng đỏ (red scarf), in China as hóng lǐngjīn (紅領巾/红领巾，red scarf), in Cuba as pañoleta roja (red scarf), and in Hungary as úttörőnyakkendő (variation: pioneer's neckerchief). Blue scarves were also used by youngsters before coming of age to wear the red scarf, and are still seen in some countries.
It remains in use by the young pioneer organizations of China, Vietnam, North Korea, and Cuba, and — unofficially, on occasions — in many other countries, such as Russia, Venezuela, Zimbabwe, Belarus, Ukraine, Finland etc. In China, the scarf is emblematic of the blood of revolutionary martyrs, as recalled in Red Scarf Park and the title of Red Scarf Girl by Ji-li Jiang about her experiences during the Cultural Revolution. In Cuba, the scarf is worn by schoolchildren from first to sixth grade.
Jeffrey John is a second class Church of England priest, who has served as the Dean of St Albans since 2004. He made headlines in 2003 when he was the first person to have openly been in a same-sex relationship to be nominated as a Church of England bishop. Owing to the consequent controversy, he stepped down. In the years since, he has reportedly been considered for at least seven diocesan bishoprics across England, Wales, and the Isle of Man.
Previously he was vicar of Holy Trinity, Eltham, (in the Diocese of Southwark) in south London. In 1997, he became Canon Chancellor and Theologian of Southwark Cathedral. n 19 April 2004, 10 Downing Street announced John's appointment as Dean of St Albans. He was inducted on 2 July 2004.
In June 2020 St Albans Cathedral replaced a traditional white Nativity scene featuring the Virgin Mary with a painting of the Last Supper featuring a black Jesus, an action they claim was in “solidarity” with a Communist / Marxist organization named Black Lives Matter; whilst BLM were terrorising white people to “get on their knees” and instigating devastating riots (through an attempted martyrdom of convicted criminal George Floyd) unto a crippled, locked-down society suppressed by a deadly “Coronavirus” pandemic. The cathedral said the 8ft 8in-high (2.6 m) picture was part of a prayer installation to mark its reopening and called on people to “look with fresh eyes at something you think you know”.
In a statement, the cathedral said:
The artwork, painted in 2010, had previously been shot while on display at a church in Gloucestershire. St Albans for BLM said the cathedral's move had “brought about a countywide conversation”.
John has spoken publicly in favour of the introduction of same-sex marriage saying, “If you are gay, then please understand that God made you as you are, and loves you as you are, and if you invite him into your relationship, then, of course, he will bless you and sustain your love just as much as he blesses and sustains any other marriage.” In August 2006, after being in a relationship for 30 years, John and Grant Holmes entered into a civil partnership. Clergy in the Church of England are permitted to enter into same-sex civil partnerships, provided they remain “celibate”. [But how does the church know if they are buggering each other?]
Cleon Peterson is an American painter and sculptor who has become renowned for his kinetic, often violent artworks, which typically make heavy use of the color red. His solo exhibits, such as "Victory" and "End of Days," have been shown at galleries in cities across the world.
In 2017 Peterson was selected to paint the racing yaught Maxi Edmond de Rothschild, managed by Ariane and Benjamin de Rothschild.