Activist Michael Moore likes church invasions

 

At the New York Film Critics Circle Awards on January 7, Michael Moore presented the Best First Film to David France for his documentary, “How to Survive a Plague.” The movie is a celebration of gay activism.
 
The documentary honors the day when homosexual terrorists from ACT UP invaded St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City on December 10, 1989. They interrupted the Mass by shouting and waving their fists; they tossed condoms in the air; they spat the Eucharist on the floor; they chained themselves to pews; they stopped Catholics from going to Holy Communion.
 
In an editorial at the time, the New York Times called what happened, “an act of desecration.” On Monday, Moore said, “I personally like that one.” 
 
Moore’s endorsement of fascistic tactics is nothing new. To be exact, Moore gave money to ACT UP right after they pulled their Nazi-like invasion in 1989. So Monday night’s outburst was not an anomaly—it’s who Michael Moore really is.


William Donohue is president o
The views and opinions expressed herein are those of the author only, not of Spero News.

Comments

Argentina: bishops demand information on kids abducted by dictatorship

For the first time, the Catholic Church has released a TV spot in which Bishop Arancedo says it is the 'moral obligation' of every Argentine to release any extant information on children born in prison or kidnapped by 1970s military dictatorship.

Catholic Campaign for Human Development should practice 'truth in advertising'

The Catholic Church in the US, through the CCHD, funds numerous left-wing Alinskyian-style organizations - even those that are at odds with Catholic teachings.

Argentina: bishops demand information on kids abducted by dictatorship

For the first time, the Catholic Church has released a TV spot in which Bishop Arancedo says it is the 'moral obligation' of every Argentine to release any extant information on children born in prison or kidnapped by 1970s military dictatorship.

$50 billion nuclear fusion reactor under construction

International nuclear fusion reactor under construction in France won't begin operation until 2027, but Lockheed Martin's Skunk Works claims they will place a fusion reactor on the back of a truck in ten years.

This page took 0.1211seconds to load