December 22, 2010
We here at The Catholic Fascist have taken some heat over the supposed misuse of the term “fascist.” (We think our “about us” page explains our usage quite nicely.) Our buddies and mentors over at The American Catholic have often been at the forefront of this quibble-fest, arguing that essentially any use of the terms “fascist” or “fascism” analogously is inappropriate. Sinful, even.
Until today! TAC’s chief ranter Joe Hargrave has finally come around and has decided to start throwing the word “fascist” around a little more liberally. In this post, he rightly condemns everyone who will not utter the words “Merry Christmas” at this holy time of year as a FASCIST! That’s right — Christians and non-Christians alike are fascists if they have a problem with the words “Merry Christmas.” And he is absolutely right.
So kudos to Joe for always speaking the truth, and now, for finally speaking our language!
Holiday Birthday-of-the-White-Male-Imperial-Christ blessings upon Joe, The American Catholic, and to all of our readers, now and forever! The government shall be upon his shoulders, so let’s make that gov’t as small as possible in the new year, fellow patriots!
November 11, 2010
On this day, one of our mostest holiest as American “fascist” Catholics, there is no better place to point your webby browsers than our brothers
and sisters in Christ at The American Catholic, and particularly its principal author Ronald McClarney. The homage and worship that they display every day for our holy dead soldiers is truly remarkable and inspiring, but on a day like today they will surely go all out. Keep your eyes peeled and then let them weep tears of red, white, and blue. Thank you, TAC!
October 25, 2010
Kudos to the Huffington Post for highlighting the rise of Catholic fascist online activism! Although we are a little hurt that they did not include our modest little blog in their round-up.
We were pleased to learn of the efforts of some truly fascistic Roman Catholics in Boston in exposing the Marxist and pro-gay “Father” Bryan Hehir on this new blog. Their efforts are welcomed and truly important.