Iraqi migrant rapes a 10-year-old boy at a swimming pool in Vienna and tells police it was a 'sexual emergency' because he hadn't had sex in months
A 10-year-old boy was so brutally raped by an Iraqi migrant in a swimming pool cubicle that he had to be hospitalised for his injuries. A lifeguard immediately called an ambulance after the boy went to him in floods of tears, while the Iraqi was entertaining himself by repeatedly jumping off the three-metre diving board. Police arrested him on the spot at the pool in Vienna, and during an interrogation, he told them that it was a 'sexual emergency' as he had not had sex in four months. Daily Mail Read More>>>>>
Can we bring back impalement for the death penalty? How about burning at the stake? How about both at the same time? Muslim shish kebabs as far as the eye can see!ReplyDelete
need legit political and legal authority to do so, and there is no legitimate authority until the seven Imperial Electors get together and have a vote to elect the next Holy Roman Emperor......I hope you are staring to see how events are leading to that end...once he is elected then things will change. Merkel Holland Obama Putin will not change anything...they can't..their not allowed.ReplyDelete
You know where I stand on this. Of course the Emperor is needed, but the 7 electors are not an absolute requirement. Even then you only have a King of the Romans. Only the Pope can coronate an actual Holy Roman Emperor.ReplyDelete
It would be nice to have the electors on board, but compare how many sainted Popes we've had to canonized Electors and then tell me what is the more likely scenario. Pope Leo III did it all by himself and it can happen again just like that.
where do you get your info? Dante and other have said that the Imperial Electors are the Proclaimers of Divine Providence. The Pope has no say so.ReplyDelete
It's just a logical conclusion. Who elected Constantine? Who elected Charlemagne? Not the seven electors! They were part of just one iteration of the Empire which has been extinct for over two hundred years AND dissolved by an Emperor-elect no less. Even before that there hadn't been a Papal coronation since Charles V and speaking of bad omens, is it any wonder after the Peace of Augsburg? Behold, the fruits of religious tolerance!ReplyDelete
Admittedly, we need a few miracles to happen from the start. A virtuous man needs to be made a King in a monarch-free zone (Germany? France?) and then Emperor by a holy Pope who isn't a flaming heretic. Your insistence on the 7 electors means we'll need 7 additional miracles to sort out who could even vote in the first place. I'm not a sedevacantist in regards to the Pope but is there any other position to take in regards to the Prince-Electors? Who's gonna "vote" them in?
It's my belief the power of God will be with both of these men to such a degree that the western world will be falling over itself to be under their spiritual and temporal protection. Any electoral council would in this case be a mere formality. I think it makes more sense that the electoral system would be restored after the "Great Monarch" in order to maintain orderly succession. Even so, let it happen one way or another.