Fired Again!

AR Staff, American Renaissance, February 6, 2014

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Catholic Church continues to punish Frank Borzellieri.

The Catholic Church continues to mistreat Frank Borzellieri. For the second time in three years, the Church to which he has dedicated his life has fired him from a job for which he was eminently qualified. In 2011, without so much as a hearing, a Catholic school fired him because of his honest writings—written many years earlier—about race. His latest employer has now fired him for a second time, having learned that a different Catholic had fired him in the past. Again, with no hearing or discussion.

As Mr. Borzellieri explained to American Renaissance, “They didn’t want to hear my side of the story. They have no interest in truth or righteousness; they care only about political correctness.”

The first time Mr. Borzellieri was fired was in August 2011 by the Archdiocese of New York. In the 1990s, he had written a lively column for a chain of New York City weekly newspapers, frequently touching on race and immigration. He also spoke to several AR conferences. He later collected some of his columns into books sold on Amazon.com and other web sites.

Before it hired Mr. Borzellieri in 2006, the Archdiocese officially reviewed his books. Monsignor Michael Hull, who has the title of Censor Librorum, which means “censor of books” in Latin, officially determined that Mr. Borzellieri’s books did not violate Catholic teaching. Mr. Borzellieri was promoted twice, eventually becoming principal of a Catholic elementary school.

"Censor Librorum" Monsignor Michael Hull

Monsignor Michael Hull, “Censor Librorum”

After several years as principal, the New York Daily News ran a scurrilous article about Mr. Borzellieri, and he was fired the next day—for the very same writings the Church had approved. The archdiocese lied outright, claiming it never knew about the books it had officially sanctioned.

Mr. Borzellieri’s original story is told in a video interview with Jared Taylor, an article in American Renaissance, and an article by John Derbyshire.

Last November, DuBois Central Catholic School in DuBois, Pennsylvania, hired Mr. Borzellieri as headmaster. The school desperately needed leadership, and by its own admission, it had hired the “the right man.”

Mr. Borzellieri did not tell DuBois Central that he had been fired from his previous job. He even went through a legal name change so as to make a fresh start. “Look,” he says, “I was under no obligation to reveal what happened to me in New York. I had done nothing wrong. I was a victim. If I had told them in advance, there is no chance that they would have hired me.”

On five separate occasions, Mr. Borzellieri told potential employers what had happened in New York. Twice, it was when he was on the verge of being hired by a Catholic school. “I laid everything out for them,” he says. “I was completely upfront. In one case my invitation was revoked. They were willing to throw away the $700 they had already paid for my flight.”

The other incident was equally revealing:

I decided to email all of the information to the priest in charge of hiring, and asked him point blank if it was worth my making the six-hour drive to upstate New York for the interview.

He replied very thoughtfully, saying he had read all my links, adding, ‘It seems a great injustice was done to you. As a priest it is my job to right a wrong.’

But then he went on to say he didn’t want to deal with the situation, and wished me good luck. In other words, I may have been wronged but someone else would have to right the wrong.

Mr. Borzellieri points out he was not dishonest with the people at DuBois. His resume, two master’s degrees, and his references were all legitimate, as was his new legal name. Everything he said about himself was true. The usual background checks by the FBI and the state police naturally turned up nothing. In Mr. Borzellieri’s view, he simply withheld information about a political controversy that had no bearing on his qualifications for the job.

Frank Borzellieri receives the Excellence in Leadership Award for School Administration from St. John's University.

Frank Borzellieri receives the Excellence in Leadership Award for School Administration from St. John’s University.

“There is nothing illegal about a legal name change,” he points out. “I even told them my birth name was ‘Borzellieri’ and that my father had shortened it for business–which he did.”

Mr. Borzellieri does not know how the school found out about his past, but he first heard about it from one of his references. She, of course, had known about his name change, and had given a recommendation over the phone to the people who hired him. She called Mr. Borzellieri to tell him that the DuBois superintendent had just called to ask why she had “lied” during the earlier call.

When the superintendent asked her why she had lied, she explained that she had not lied at all. She had been asked if Mr. Borzellieri was a good man and she told him the truth.

The next day, Mr. Borzellieri was fired without a chance to say anything in his own defense.

“The tragedy of it,” he says, “is that they were willing to hurt their own school. I was everything they wanted, and was moving things in a positive direction. Now they are leaderless but oh so politically correct.”

DuBois

Mr. Borzellieri has an impeccable record as an educator and always got excellent reviews. No one ever complained that he mistreated anyone because of race, even when he was dean of discipline at St. Barnabas High School in the Bronx. He was always popular with students, who were mostly non-white. When Mr. Borzellieri was fired the first time, black and Hispanic students wrote statements of support. Last year, when one of his Hispanic former students was killed in a traffic accident the girl’s father asked him to give the eulogy.

After he was fired, Mr. Borzellieri spoke with two employees of DuBois Central Catholic School who told him he was doing a great job as headmaster. One said, “We all felt lucky to have you. I simply could not believe the story I heard.”

Another employee told him, “The students loved you and you were working very hard. The school is set way, way back by losing you.”

Mr. Borzellieri is again out of a job. He has student loans, a mortgage, no medical insurance, and no job. Please contribute to him:

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His books are available here.

The photo at the beginning of this story was taken when Mr. Borzellieri was hired at DuBois Central. The caption noted “how fortunate the school community is to welcome a new leader with such significant experience in a quality Catholic education.”

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  • Nathanwartooth

    So writing books about race is a worse sin than being a homosexual pedophile?

    I can only assume this is the case since they have no trouble demonizing this man while protecting pedophiles.

    The Catholic Church is an abomination at this point. Combine these actions with their willingness to help swamp the US in third worlders and we have a seriously evil organization.

    • Laura Dilworth

      excellent points

    • WR_the_realist

      While the Eastern Orthodox Church still seems to preach and promote Christianity, the Western Church now believes in cultural Marxism.

    • LACountyRedneck

      Can’t believe how many believe the media’s Catholic pedophile tripe blitz without confirming, especially on a site like this that know the media is scum. Check out Philip Jenkins. He’s done as much research as anyone.

      • Anna Tree

        Yes, we should be suspicious and check.

        Look how the media is crucifying Russia for its stand that homosexuals shouldn’t be allowed to give pro-gay information to children. I presume you all saw those articles targeting Putin, the country and its citizens. Notably that one complaining that Russian female Olympians in underwears makes Americans uncomfortable hahaha

        Miley Cyrus is art, muslims (and others) cutting their kids genitals is religion, gays adoption is good for the children,mass immigration is enrichment, blacks knocking out whites to death is a game… BUT a couple of beautiful women in bikinis is immoral!!!

        • AndrewInterrupted

          Good stuff, Anna.

          • Anna Tree

            I hope you are… but true muslims obviously are trying to do something bad there (and everywhere.)

    • LHathaway

      There’s a big thing now where the catholic church is firing some gays. The big thing is the great ‘injustice’. Wonder when the MSN will highlight the ‘injustice; done to Frank?

    • BonusGift

      Like so many other organizations its views are merely an extension of cultural Marxism which are pushed 24/7 all year every year by the usual suspects and especially those who control mainstream media and its constant march toward Christian European genocide.

  • sbuffalonative

    Another employee told him, “The students loved you and you were working very hard. The school is set way, way back by losing you.”

    Let’s hope the students fully understand all the reasons Mr. Borzellieri was fired and that they learn a precious life lesson.
    Also, while I commend Mr. Borellieri for his dedication to his students and an unappreciative church, perhaps he may want to explore other options. I know he shouldn’t have to. While I admire his commitment and fighting spirit, he is clearly being targeted.
    One can’t keep up the fight if one is starving, homeless, and penniless.

    • DavidSNESGAMER

      Yes, I hope and pray that every one of his colleagues and pupils finds their way to Amren and similar sites in their search for answers.

      Hopefully, they’ll share the links, and become spirited young nationalists, rather than docile Americans.

  • http://saberpoint.blogspot.com Stogie Chomper

    Frank should sue the Catholic Church for their back teeth.

  • antiquesunlight

    Ridiculous. Good luck, Frank.

  • Jon

    Shows that that Catholic church has not spine and morals but does not shock me because most church are PC churches today. Never Cared much for the catholic church and yes talking about race is horrible but Child abuse is just fine. Shows you that Marxism has been absorbed into Christianity also.

    • DavidSNESGAMER

      Has it ever occurred to you that the media – which everybody here knows pushes deadly lies every day – might not have been truthful about the supposed pedophile epidemic?

      “Falsus in unus, falsus in omnibus”.

      • Franklin_Ryckaert

        I don’t think they are lying, I think they are deliberately creating the impression that it is much worse than it really is. That is part of their age long jihad against Christianity. You hardly hear stories about paedophilia among rabbis, which is far worse than in the Catholic Church.

        • Mike Lane

          Totally agree. While it is true the pedophiles infiltrated the Church, we have to remember that they’re anti-Christs and not true priests. The media has utterly used them as straw men to deconstruct Western society.

        • Pro_Whitey

          Also please keep in mind that many of these abuse incidents consisted of priests going after 12-15 year old boys, one of the classic homosexual initiation models, something homosexuals would likely consider fine if done by a Gerry Studds rather than a priest. I wonder whether it is a kind of breeder reactor of homosexuality, as some portion of the abused try to normalize it by doing it to others, or that it is OK because the abused convinces himself that he is gay. Others, as alleged of Sen. Larry Craig, do unto others as was done unto them, perhaps out of some way of treating the abuse as normal.

        • ThomasER916

          Larry Brinkin (guess which ethnicity and religion he is?) plead guilty to felony charges of Child Pornography. He’s been leading the charge as a “Human Rights Activist” since before many of us were born. His case has been ongoing for about two years. Where are the headlines?

          As for pedo rabbis, we just need to see the “sacred” practices of mohels for the past few thousand years. They suck baby dicks.

    • 1stworlder

      a child is 1000x more likely to be molested by a public school employee but their unions fight to protect them.

      • ThomasER916

        No one ever talks about this. It’s verboten.

        Much like how Child Protective Services employs convicted pedophiles and sex offenders. Think about that for a moment then go back to the Frankfurt School and correlate their goals.

  • DavidSNESGAMER

    I don’t have much money, but I will donate $10.

    What are the laws about paying for assistance in home schooling?

    Perhaps his family can get with a small group of Catholics and begin homeschooling, as an alternative to Catholic schools (which have RAPIDLY become almost as liberal and useless as public schools).

    There are many wonderful Catholic homeschoolers. For instance, here in Michigan, there is a small, informal network of such families on Twitter, who celebrate their Catholic faith and homeschooling experiences.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      The real intent behind ‘Common Core’ is for the purpose of persecuting non-believers. The Cultural Marxist gangsters from Chicago will likely wipe out any home-schooling options. You will have to feed your child the Marxist poison regardless of whether you keep your kids away from public and private schools.

      • DavidSNESGAMER

        Whether it’s common core for children, affirmative action for colleges, or racist taxation for adults….America hates us.

        There’s no mystery about it. Just homeschool and be as separate from this evil country as you possibly can be.

        • AndrewInterrupted

          Yes, that is exactly it. Home-school, but play the gummint game of having two sets of books. Instruct your kid that this is the poison answer they want to hear and this is what an American believes.

          The same thing is happening on college campuses. I recently read Dr. Helen Smith’s book: Men On Strike. The young men in those nut-cracker bastions know what poison answer the Femi-Nazis are looking for on the test, and they know how an American would answer it.

          There is a resistance movement quietly building.

        • emiledurk16

          definitely

      • emiledurk16

        The Cultural Marxist gangsters from Chicago will likely wipe out any home-schooling options.
        ——————————————————-
        That would have to be the last straw.

        • DavidSNESGAMER

          Maybe.

          But in the meantime, children have no more business in public schools than they do in titty bars. Get them as far away as humanly possible.

    • TheAntidote

      This is a good idea. I know when the Latin Mass went out, many clandestine congregations were established by and for the traditionalists. Maybe there is a sizable group of Catholics who want traditional education for their kids. Perhaps they could be connected together in a network of home schooling with Borzellieri as the principal and lecturer.

  • AndrewInterrupted

    Did any of Frank’s previous employers ever excerpt parts of his books that they objected to?

  • William Allingham

    I wonder what happens when you serve two opposite causes.. just a thought.

  • DavidSNESGAMER

    One other note about this:

    Back when Jared posted the video interview, I shared it at the Catholic[com] forums. There were quickly several sympathetic comments….and then the mods stripped the thread, as soon as they saw it.

    The mods at that, the largest Catholic forum of all, essentially act like HuffPost mods. The anti-white activists have infiltrated EVERY large organization in the West.

  • cecilhenry

    Let’s realize the basic reality here: if it can happen to Frank it can happen to me and anyone else.

    This is unacceptable. Don’t be silent. Don’t forget.

  • Spartacus

    So the Catholic church cares about this, but not about priests raping little children ? Cute…

    • DavidSNESGAMER

      Didn’t you see the fifteen other people who made the same joke?

      Don’t you see how you’re accepting the American media’s frame?

      • Spartacus

        Just did… Still true though . The Catholic church has as much to do with Christianity as my socks …

  • IBWHITE

    The Catholic church is a hull of it’s former self. The Catholic leadership has no problem with race baiting by Father Phleger but then try’s to crucify a good man like Frank. Everything is backwards in this country!

    • TeutonicKnight67

      “Father” Phlegm is an abomination. He is the end result of 50 years of the Cultural Marxism spawned by Vatican II.

  • http://www.youtube.com/user/GenXinOz GenX ANZAC

    So political correctness dogma trumps the Catholic churches ability to think for itself.
    Shows what is the real power is now in our newly secular world.

    Again cliché here, but Frank Borzellieri’s treatment again shows why we have to be “a nation of cowards”(a low blow), and post on line anonymously.

    Borzellieri would be normal as pie 50 years ago, now he’s a thought criminal.
    The status quo are just a bunch of sheep, who inspire hate.

  • Funruffian

    Frank is an intelligent man and a great guy I’m sure. Should he have known better that he would be caught in the lair of the PC brigade? Hell yes!! Those people are piranhas and the Catholic church doesn’t want to face any more bad publicity. They can’t afford it. The Catholic church has been dragged through the mud for over a decade now. We all know who the orchestrators were from the 60 Minutes show, to Time Magazine and Newsweek. They are so Anti-Christian it’s not even funny anymore.

    • ThomasER916

      We also know the facilitators belong to the Culture of Critique.

  • 48224

    He should hire a lawyer and sue.

  • tlk244182

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  • Alexandra1973

    “They have no interest in truth or righteousness”

    That sums up the Catholic institution.

    It is not a Christian organization, and it never has been. Just paganism dressed up to look like Christianity, and the sooner Mr. Borzellieri figures it out, the better.

    Mexican invaders isn’t an issue that’s just about race–it’s also about religion. Mexico is predominantly Catholic.

    • Oil Can Harry

      Sorry Alexandra, but the hispanic “Protestants” are just as bad as the hispanic “Catholics”.

      • AndrewInterrupted

        They hang different objects from their mirrors.

    • Critic_of_Leviathan

      “It is not a Christian organization, and it never has been.”

      This is laughable.

      For about one thousand years, it was the ONLY Christian organization.

      Remove thy cranium from thy rectum.

  • MBlanc46

    The Eleventh Commandment: Thou shalt not speak the truth about race.

    • jeffaral

      I think this is the First Commandment.

  • The Final Solution

    2014 – the age of witch hunts and inquisitions. His only option may be to go into business for himself or find a job overseas.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      That is the advice I received after being purged from a federal contractor recently. The demographic preference ‘…dumb-down-drill…’ kicks-in at 50 employees, if they have federal contracts, and 100 employees if they don’t.

      That 50/100 employee benchmark is where the Cultural Marxists begin their assault on all things American. So, if you have “no diversity value” (they actually talk like that) and you’re only attribute is that you’re the most qualified, you are better off working at some 30 or 40 employee Mom&Pop. That’s what I ended up doing.

    • Anna Tree

      There are some Christian Orthodox Amreners who claim that the Orthodox Church is not politically correct etc like the other Christian churches.. Maybe he should try with them…

      • Pro_Whitey

        I don’t have much to add, but I recall once attending a Greek Orthodox wedding, and the priest, knowing it was a mixed crowd, explained the wedding ceremony traditions and said the equivalent of, hey, we’ve been doing this for 2,000 years, so if you don’t like it, screw.

  • Anna Tree

    The Human Rights Act forbids discrimination on the grounds of political opinion. Maybe it is time for Mr. Borzellieri to win a lot of money from those two schools or even the Catholic Church…

    • AndrewInterrupted

      The Pope has plenty of tax-fee loose change over there in Rome.

  • Critic_of_Leviathan

    There is something in this article that needs to be qualified:

    “After several years as principal, the New York Daily News ran a scurrilous article about Mr. Borzellieri, and he was fired the next day—for the very same writings the Church had approved.”

    When the diocesan censor grants a “nihil obstat” (nothing obstructs), he is acting in a official capacity and he has the authority to do so, but it remains merely his opinion. The “nihil obstat” is a negative distinction. It is not a claim that anyone in the Catholic Church agrees with the writings. It simply means that, in the opinion of the Monsignor qua diocesan censor, there is nothing contrary or contradictory to that which the Church believes to be revealed by God. So it is not really an official Church approval.

    Here is the dictation of Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich, which received both an “Imprimatur” (permission of a bishop to print a book regarding faith) and a “Nihil Obstat:”

    “The nobler races were always of a lighter color.”

    Catholic mysticism is NOT silent on the subject of race, but leaders within the Church have certainly been wrapped in political correctness as of late.

    • TeutonicKnight67

      Thank you for that clarification! Traditional Catholicism is neither liberal nor pandering on the subject of race. Today’s liberal, i.e. “American” Catholicism is an empty shell of its former glorious self.

  • Timothy Adams

    Welcome to the blacklist, America’s new McCarthyism, 2014 version. I would still be blacklisted today myself, if not for a courageous group of professional administrators in my own sphere.

    • TeutonicKnight67

      The Cultural Marxists have successfully turned “McCarthyism” into an epithet. The problem is he was right about almost everything. Instead of being treated as a heroic visionary he is reviled thanks to the Marxist Media.

  • http://independent-british-nationalist.blogspot.com/ British Activism

    I feel very sorry for this man, who appears to be doing a great job and who is clearly wishing to work and also improve the world as he goes. He is well liked, he has great recommendations, good rapport with the students by the sounds of it and is seen as an asset by other staff.

    So he wrote some articles that ‘touched on race’ twenty years ago – big deal. I bet even then they were not “frothing at the mouth” rants and more your considered and honest views aimed to make a point.

    That’s it? That is all he did to get treated this way not once, but twice, and all the snubs in between – let alone have to go to the extent of changing his name by law just to gain employment and a ‘fresh start’?

    The so called “liberals” ought to be ashamed of themselves and recognise that they are the cheerleaders of a tyrannical regime as they go about their business and comply with it out of belief – or if not out of belief, out of fear and appeasing.

    For the latter, as somebody once said: “An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile, hoping it will eat him last”.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      Great appeaser quote.

      I made a similar analogy using a Vichy French reference.

      The ‘useful idiot’ collaborator calculates: “It will never happen to me.”

      Then Herman the German is sent packing and suddenly they’re singing:
      “….It wasn’t me! It wasn’t me!…”

      • http://independent-british-nationalist.blogspot.com/ British Activism

        Well, to be honest, I knew it was a Winston Churchill quote – but I decided to leave out the source because, perhaps as you allude to, he can be a controversial character for many British nationalists!

        This is depending whether one steers more towards the “patriotism” and the “we won the war” kind of narrative…….or whether one grasps the “JQ”, is sympathetic to a bit of revisionism and thus sees the whole affair as more of a stitch up that should never have happened.

        Myself, I have transitioned over the years from the former position to being more balanced and sympathetic about the latter view.

        As for the wider population, I doubt anybody under 25 even knows who he is, the later middle age folks will tend to still be of the “we won the war and beat the naaaarrtzeess” attitude (or completely not a bit bothered either way), and the older generation will tend to still believe the hype yet perhaps be a bit saddened and dismayed as to what Britain is turning into – if not ethnically, then morally.

        • AndrewInterrupted

          I’m always looking for the real story behind the headline (written by the victors).

          From what I understand of Neville Chamberlain, his infamous ‘….peace in our time’ moment may have bought Britain the valuable time it needed (11 months) to assemble 300 more Spitfires and bolster their radar defenses?

          Maybe it was a famous moment, not an infamous one?

          • Pro_Whitey

            Interesting point about Chamberlain. Still, it would have been better had the Brits not made the war guarantee to Poland. On a side note, I think you should cut the frogs some slack, too. Someone much more knowledgeable than I speculated that Petain, de Gaulle, and their respective groups had an understanding that it was in the best interests of France’s survival that some French be on the winning side. Each took a side knowing that he could end up hanging from the end of a noose for it, but was willing to do so for the good of their country. If true, I find it touching.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Yes, the Petain/de Gaulle debate one should tread lightly as well.

        • TeutonicKnight67

          The Great War (Parts 1 and 2) was an absolute disaster for our people and our civilization; A fratricidal slaughter that weakened our European culture and morality. I too have come around to a more balanced view.

  • itdoesnotmatter

    Hopefully, enough $ is donated to enable Mr. B to engage an attorney and file suit. Somewhere in this mass of perfidy and deceit is just cause. He has been sorely wronged.
    Western churches of all denominations have joined the traitorous enemy camp; cultural Marxism dogma.
    My sister’s parish is obliged by virtue of diocese mandate to perform gay marriages, accept gay or uber-liberal clergy if appointed. She objects, but does not walk away in protest of such heresy. I would.
    Though community support is optimal, one does not need a church to worship his/her deity.

    • jackryanvb

      Sounds dreadful. Please get to know some spirited, traditional 90 year old women in sound health for their age. In blue states without the death penalty, getting life imprisonment for some act of hate/war isn’t the worst thing for a 90year old. These warrior women will be gat heroes with the better prison inmates.

      We all should be prepared for doing some time as political prisoners. Let’s work for clean prisons with good nutrition programs.

  • AndrewInterrupted

    Maybe on principled grounds? Maybe he thought he was lowering himself?

    If he was using the shortened family name that his father used as an assimilation compromise, Frank was still within his principal window.

    By using a pseudonym he would be admitting defeat to Lenin’s idiots.

  • shawnmer

    The cultural Marxists – who normally have nothing scorn for the Church – would counter that indeed he does have this freedom. As do they, in exercising their right to denounce him and choose not to associate with him. You heard the same from them with the Duck Dynasty dustup recently.

    Amazing how quickly these totalitarians become Ayn Randian libertarians espousing the virtues of free speech and the rights of employers to fire for no cause when their sacred cows are the cause.

  • jackryanvb

    Is the Pope “Catholic”?

    This phrase used to be known as the obvious, “duhhhh, yeah” question.

    Now, in this dark age year 2014 – I highly question whether this Liberation Theology New Pope who is pro gay, pro Muslim immigration and gets flattering cover story articles on Rolling Stone Magazine – I highly doubt he or the top of the US Catholic Church is Catholic any more.

    How about that law professor at the “Catholic” Fordham University in New York City, is he Catholic? He celebrates legal decisions supporting the rights of the worst hard core pornographers yet is now championing EU/Canadian Human Rights Tribunal restrictions on White “racist” speech (ie anything honest about crime, immigration, history).

    Can we get duel citizenship in Russia?

  • jackryanvb

    Putin’s new/old Russia might be the place for this great teacher.

  • Guest

    Rebellion to tyrants is obedience to God. – Benjamin Franklin [Motto recommended for U.S. Seal 1776]

  • Sick of it

    So you’re saying that every believer should act like the unfaithful servant who hid his one shekel rather than increasing the fortune of his master? That’s literally the complete opposite of the Word of God.

    Also – See the Crusades. When men honestly turn to God, anything is possible. When men seek only their own aggrandizement/fortune, they will come to ruin. Again and again it happens, yet people never seem to learn.

    • ThomasER916

      Do you know WHY it keeps happening?

      Because Christianity has never allowed for ethnic-history to be an integral part of their doctrine. If Christianity was ethno-centric for whites we would have a VERY different modern world. For starters, there wouldn’t be a Mexican problem.

      • Germanicus

        Thomas, your criticisms do have their validity. I too share some of that analysis and would like to examine it further to see what could be reaped from it. The Church did invest in ethnicity as part of natural law and as someone pointed out, in the US, that may have only been strategic and temporary until assimilation occurred. Perhaps ethnicity as a good needs more development as a theology. All theology did not end with the scholastics, though lots of junk has happened since. I cannot help with a quick resolution to some of your antipathies. I do detect a wee bit of over-generalization. But do not get me wrong, I do think that there is potentially great merit in looking at how the prelates (primarily) violated the sound theology of their own Church’s understanding of natural law. I like case studies in failure, whether that be history, engineering, medicine or personal actions. If anything, I would like to see your critique of the Church’s practical handling in some, many or even a preponderance of cases of ethnicity be clarified and then the positive role of ethnicity as God-given expression be solidified into a tested and, if worthily done, communicable form. It needs to convince. Charity will go a long way in helping you accomplish that. (My personal struggling with my bring an SOB makes me keenly aware of the struggle that that can be.)

        • ThomasER916

          The Mexicans that hopped the fence 40 years ago are mowing the lawns of Koreans that couldn’t speak English, read, write, and escaped death camps yesterday. The LA riots were caused by the Meso American tribals the Catholic Church “saved” four Centuries ago.

          Contrast this with Protestants in early America and they had no qualms about segregation or extermination. They didn’t come to bring people into a mystical tent but to save their own people from the European Elite, but because there was never an explicit ethnic and racial identity in Christianity the tribal sense they brought with them quickly faded. The first Naturalization Act was explicitly white. Fast forward 100 years and the Supreme Court is ruling that “people” and “posterity” didn’t mean any specific people or their actual children and allowed the Chinese to invade. Betrayal is easy when your people’s historical/religious identity ends 2000 years ago.

          I’m not making an “over-generalization” at all, I’m making a very pointed criticism based on overwhelming evidence. The Catholic church ended the idea of miscegenation in the 17th Century by allowing Conquistadors to marry tribals, creating Mestizos which fragmented both loyalty and identity to Europe.

          You should visit Chechar’s site The West’s Darkest Hour while it still exists. He does a good job of taking scholastic history and merging it with the real world of a mixed race society of the other Americas that whites live in today. Though, he’s a bit extreme.

  • drattastic

    The truth will not be tolerated .

    • AndrewInterrupted

      There’s an old Bolshevik saying that sounds something like that.

      It goes: ‘…The truth is no defense!…’

  • tlk244182

    Mr. Borzellieri was not fired by the Church, but rather by leftists in the Church. Every large group is going to have members whose actions are embarrassing and counterproductive. To treat the Church as if She were a political party is to make what the philosophers call a category mistake. The Catholic Church is not a political party, nor is She simply the oldest and most backward of all the Protestant sects. She is much more sui generis than that.

    • Max

      It is a distinction without a difference. He was fired by people chosen by the church to act on their behalf. They acted with the approval of the organization and higher functionaries declined to review their decision. This man was fired by the church for political expedience rather than principle. This is the same church now infamous for shuttling homosexual pedophiles around to protect them and/or prevent embarrassment to the church in violation of their own scriptural bases. They are classic hypocrites.

      • tlk244182

        As I said, you’re making a category mistake. And Amren deleted my first reply to you, for basically the same reason some liberals in the two dioceses fired Mr. B.

        • Max

          You can continue to claim everyone here is making a “category mistake” but repetition is not the substance of refutation.

          • LACountyRedneck

            Nowhere near everyone here. Many threads confirm this.

          • tlk244182

            Thanks, Bro!

      • tlk244182

        Hitler says what I’m trying to say on p.115 of the Manheim translation of Mein Kampf.
        “…it would be unjust to make religion as such or even the Church responsible for the failings of individuals.”

  • Max

    So then, do we win these battles by “…piano tuning, niche agriculture…etc.” or would the cause of justice be better served by fighting error with truth head-on?

    How long must we be “the people in the shadows” as the left is so fond of painting their favorite victim classes?

    The church and it’s academic offspring have a chance to defend academic freedom and demonstrate a spirit of redemption for Borzellieri’s “past sins” at the same time here -which the left is normally so eager to promote but no, they have chosen the path of least resistance; presumably, to save their bottom line.

    The harlot astride a scarlet-colored beast indeed.

    • Germanicus

      You both make great points: becoming self-reliant as well as fighting the fight that is in front of you, as Frank is doing. His story is one of many. It is good to know these battle details. I understand the difficulty that he may have in pivoting, though it might be a blessing to him and others. This take over, that I sensed even as a teen in the seventies but did not know how to describe and which others confidently thought would be impossible came into bit fullness in 2008. Ugly stuff. And, yes, there is a great mess of people in the Catholic Church. And one would not expect AmRen and the CC to have identical goals, but the true Church (the Sacraments and theology) is not the rats that infest the organization. Indeed, I would predict periodic waves of rat infestation. Where do the rats need to go to do the most damage? Now, we need not turn this into a proselytization moment. One last point is that the Church, with notable exceptions I am sure, fundamentally recognized that there were differences in people, that expression of human talents and person hood were good whatever that manifestation if, and it is a big IF, the person is open to a sanctifying grace. Bogus social justice nonsense of the modern era was a crafty, destructive insertion. Since God’s created beings are inherently good, they are to live their lives in peace. But there is not injunction here to do commie agitation or border invasion. In fact, since the Kingdom is in another world, economic differences are not just invitations to jealousy and political subversion. I think you are thinking of perhaps another religion possibly if you think so. I hop me Frank hangs in his Church. It needs more of him, not less. Suffering? So what is that for a Catholic?

  • Max

    Yes, he would still be free to criticize black or Hispanic race relations and American politics; Chinese…no.

  • Max

    He IS a Catholic. I doubt that this would be a likely course of action for him and even if he were to be reinstated under such an action, his efficacy and reputation would suffer much more for it. If rather than receiving their willing support he had to square off in court, he would be considered an enemy of the system in which he seeks to practice forever after and they would continue to seek cause against him.

    The thing which he loves doing would be ruined for him.

  • Max

    It doesn’t work that way. It is a private school and religious organization. They can largely dictate the beliefs that one may publicly espouse while a member or employee of the organization. Churches are not required to allow anyone to teach whateve the wish nor to live in a manner they believe incompatible with church doctrine. They can be terminated or excommunicated. I think that is fine and consistent with law.

    The problem that I see is that the church is internally inconsistent and hypocritical to their own values. It is a spiritual/moral matter, not a legal one.

  • Puggg

    I knew this already, what I’m about to say.

    But this law means that in theory, I have grounds to arrest my own boss.

  • Jon

    Even if it was a few leftists that got him fired the others should have stood up for him and that shows u that the Left minority controls what goes on n that school. Yes child abuse has gone in the Catholic church and i did not say epidemic but it happens and even one case should be rooted out. I am not pro catholic because it has done enough damage to the white race.

    • LACountyRedneck

      He opposed school books that promoted homosexuality and homosexuals such at “Heather has Two Mommies” and “Daddy’s Roommate”. These are hardcore leftist Catholics. Surely there were those that defended him to no avail.

      • Jon

        I hope so but for him to be fired like that and for taking a moral and ethical stand shows how weak the CC has gotten. I am glad he opposed those books and the homosexual agenda that is being forces down out kids throats. Shows u that left controls even the catholic church.

    • ThomasER916

      Benedict was the last gasp of the Catholic Church as an institution for European people. Leftists stole documents, leaked vital information, and poisoned him.

      Contrast Benedict, who spoke openly about Islam and Muslims, and you’ll find this new pope Francis was listed on the world’s top 50 influential Jews. These are the same Jews that oppose the deportation of Muslims and mass non-white immigration.

      • Jon

        I am glad he spoke openly Islam and the muslim threat because most churches are to liberal. They do not have the backbone to deal with tough issues while hiding behind the podium. There are honest people in the CC but their voice for the most part is silenced. We do need more like him to open and vocal about what is going on.

  • http://tmasierrahills.blogspot.com/ tma_sierrahills

    Headed by another open-borders Pope. All Western institutions have become so very rotten and need to collapse soon of their own decaying overweight.

    • jeffaral

      Can you name one single pope was was for maintaining national boundaries and protecting the indigenous cultures ? The CC has been the forerunner of globalisation and one-world government since the beginning.

      • ThomasER916

        Popes have been anti-borders and anti-ethnicity from the earliest days. The Orthodox churches began to preserve their identity and culture.

        • http://tmasierrahills.blogspot.com/ tma_sierrahills

          Interesting. I did not know that all Popes, there have been about million of them, have always called for open borders (except of course for Vatican City), and I would have guessed that modern Popes would have condemned any incursion of whites by the millions moving by into nonwhite nations. Possibly I’m wrong.

          • ThomasER916

            Your post could have been written by a Liberal. Just read what you wrote about fifty times, read the snark, the pettiness, the Straw Men, and next time don’t post.

          • http://tmasierrahills.blogspot.com/ tma_sierrahills

            Whatever you say, Thomas.

          • ThomasER916

            I’ll quote what you wrote with emphasis:

            “Interesting. I did not know that ALL Popes, there have been about million of them, have ALWAYS called for open borders…”

            You’d might as well just say:

            “I didn’t know that all people do all things at all times.”

            This was the Straw Man you didn’t know? I’m asking because now you’re posturing as if that’s true.

            Unfortunately you decided to start playing pop psychology; posing as a psychiatrist is typically what Liberals do. You could stop with the diversions. You probably won’t but you could.

            Either we can talk about real history or you can continue to go down this road. Every time you do I’ll call you on it. I’m more interested in real information, not sweeping generalizations that don’t give us enough information to make an informed decision.

            Should we talk about the Swiss Guard? Maybe we could talk about the tragic history of Estonia? The Greeks and Copts didn’t come from nowhere, which was my original point.

          • http://tmasierrahills.blogspot.com/ tma_sierrahills

            I have no idea what you are talking about.

            If, like many on this site, you want the West, or at least the best parts of the West, to be saved and renewed, your problem is not with me, but with the modern open-borders Popes. I’m not singling them out. Just about all Western leaders are enthusiastically demographically erasing their own people and civilization.

            I don’t wish to try to psychoanalyze you, but you seem to be extremely verbal, but have not really mastered a way to string all those words together to make any kind of sense.

        • Germanicus

          Interesting. I am not sure that I can buy the claim, but I am willing to be educated.

  • ThomasER916

    No, it’s much worse than that. Do a Google Search for Lampedusa, Italy and you’ll see how Italians are being overrun by Africans and Arabs, and you’ll find Marxists helping the invaders.

  • ThomasER916

    Whites have Jews. Don’t worry, this will be deleted.

  • Geo1metric

    The 1st amendment states that “Congress shall make no law…” It in no way restricts private entities.

  • pcmustgo

    The reality is us open race realists cannot work within the system. It’s a bit naive for this man to think that. Becoming an open race realist is like taking a vow of poverty. Expect to run your own business/work for yourself/get paula deened. I’m only as open with my mouth about race as I am because I am self-employed.

    This is yet another reason people CAN’T be open about race. They’d get fired from their job and lose all their friends. This is the price to pay and I’d imagine there’s even a subconscious influence in this regard.

  • Brian Cooper

    The problem with this man is that he wasn’t diddling little boys. If he had been, the church would have protected him and kept him employed. Despite coming from a Catholic family, I despise the Catholic church and those within it who have either committed these henious offences against children, or those who protected and sheltered the guilty. Our Australian Archbishop is nothing but a pompous pig.

  • JohnEngelman

    On average, blacks score lower on every conceivable aptitude test than whites and Asians…These results have not changed despite decades of heroic efforts to uplift blacks…

    (Asians, who outperform whites, have a significant history of discrimination in America, but that’s an inconvenient fact.)

    - Frank Borzellieri

    When one is accused of violating the restrictions of political correctness, truth is no defense.

  • ThomasER916

    Looks like the Culture of Critique overplayed their hand. Soon we’ll all be asking – why did we ever bother fighting WW1 and WW2? The sooner we can say that, the closer we’ll be to pan-nationalism and racial identity.

  • Anna Tree

    There are more than fifty in the States!!! It is worth a try…

    orthodoxwiki(dot)org/Orthodox_Schools

  • Helios Megistos

    The Novus Ordo Church is a crypto-Protestant abomination! He should have known this before working for them. His Holiness Pope Pius XII was the last known true Pope of the Catholic Church; he reigned from March 2, 1939 to October 9, 1958. The current antipope is a full-blown apostate and heretic; he must be immediately removed manu militari from Saint Peter’s Throne!

    • Germanicus

      Who will/can do that?

  • fizmath

    Well, for starters we all need to buy Frank’s books to help him make a living and to drive his sales figures high enough for people to take notice. As for Christianity, it historically did not address ethnic issues because we never had these mass migrations like we have today. It was always assumed that different tribes resided in different lands. In the 20th century the American Catholic church maintained ethnic parishes. You were assigned your parish based on your ancestry, therefore there is a precedent for the hierarchy to recognize the benefits of ethnic separation. It kept the peace and no one complained. What you can also find in modern times are religious leaders speaking out against genocide and that is exactly what is happening to European peoples today. The different ethnic groups arose by isolation and separation. You can’t maintain your ethnic identity in a multicultural Babel. The next time someone gets fired they ought to treat their separatist beliefs as a religious issue, protected by the first amendment. It is a violation of my Christian conscience to remain silent as cultural and ethnic warfare is waged against my people.

    • Germanicus

      Good summary. Probably the Marxist infiltration did all of this.

  • Fr. John+

    What many of you dear folks, who decry the shameful treatment Mr. B. don’t realize, is that the RC’s have a PHILOSOPHICAL ELEMENT, that continually has worked for its self-destruction. That element is the ‘filioque’ -the illegal insertion into the Nicene Creed @ 1100A.D. The Orthodox didn’t do that, and their entire religious philosophical paradigm, is (as you folks above observed) completely different.

    The filioque is the linchpin that undergirds the Romanist ‘universal jurisdiction’ as well as ‘multicultural salvation’ mantra that undergirds the ENTIRE post-Vatican II edifice. Having worked at a RC Seminary college, now 25 years ago, it was bad- real bad- back then! While there are some good priests, there are fewer good bishops, and almost no good cardinals… and the new Pope? Puh-leez. That’s why I became Orthodox. I couldn’t handle the schizophrenia that is Rome anymore. Of course, running from a pedophile priest in my early 20′s, didn’t help, either. Mr. B. needs to leave Rome, join Orthodoxy, and convert to the Catholic Faith he says he believes in, and do an Ed Snowden, by moving to Russia. The US is toast, and the RCC in the US is the willing lady on the beast, helping the heresy of multiculturaism. Misericordie, Domine.

  • Martel

    Sorry to hear that

  • Germanicus

    I am sorry to learn of your travails. How did someone at work know about your website? Does your website have your name on it?

    Have you talked with an attorney?

    I keep repeating that there need to be young lawyers stepping up to the plate in these cases. I hope you will keep reporting on your situation. Keep your head up. I have gone through real hells myself for my political positions, even losing my “situations,” as Scrooge put it to his hard-put employee.

    • drakeshelton

      “How did someone at work know about your website?”

      >>>I don’t know.

      “Does your website have your name on it?”

      >>>Yes

      “Have you talked with an attorney?”

      >>>No. Who would help me anyway? That would be a career ender.

      • Germanicus

        Attorneys pride themselves by conspicuously displaying how low they can dive in order to scavenge. :-). Take advantage of that trait of theirs!