Editor’s Note – Central Florida’s very own Frantz Kebreau has found an unwelcome audience in the Catholic Church of Cincinnati.
An American patriot on a quest to share the truth about the real history of this great country, from a personal perspective, and he’s denied the opportunity to share his message.
Is this because he supports the tea party message? We know where the Catholic Church stands on the illegal immigration issue, which is at direct odds with the tea party movement. Or, are there more sinister reasons?
“Black Tea Party Supporter” Banned by Catholic Archdiocese of Cincinnati
By Carrie Whitaker
The Catholic Archdiocese of Cincinnati has canceled a presentation by a conservative tea party activist planned for Dec. 11 at Purcell Marian High School in East Walnut Hills.
Weeks ago, the school agreed to rent its facility with the understanding that a speech made by Frantz Kebreau, the national director of an organization called the National Association for the Advancement of Conservative People of All Colors, would not be politically charged, archdiocese spokesman Dan Andriacco said.
But upon learning the title of the speech – “Stolen History: What the Democrats, Progressives, and the Left Don’t Want You to Know” – and that the event is sponsored by the Cincinnati 9/12 Project, part of a national group the Associated Press and Wall Street journal have reported is organized by Fox News Channel’s Glenn Beck, the archdiocese decided the visit violated policy, Andriacco said.
“It was only recently that we became aware of the title of the talk,” Andriacco said. “We have a policy that says our churches and our schools are not open to partisan, political efforts.”
Frantz responds in a Letter to the Editor:
Mission: To End Identity Politics in America Forever and Create a Colorblind Society
I would like to express my views and opinions on the recent cancellation by the Catholic Archdiocese of Cincinnati regarding my presentation on “Stolen History”. The Archdiocese has never contacted me about the content of my material nor have they sought to work things out in any manner whatsoever. By the way, I say this as a Catholic and a former alter-boy of St. Mary’s in Landover Hills, Maryland. Spending 12 years in Catholic Schools has taught me one thing…always tell the Truth. That is all I seek to do.
“If you can not speak the Truth, regardless of the circumstances, than the only victor is…the lie.” Frantz Kebreau
My presentation is very precise in using original source documents to enlighten the audience of a history that has eluded most of us in America. This history is True in nature, factual in its representation and unfortunately non-existent in our children’s history books. I am not looking for converts or followers. I am merely a messenger of factual information which has been deliberately removed from the consciousness of America. This message will bring us together as a people, as a human race and it will end the divisions we face in America relative to the color of our skin. Regardless of who may be at fault for this lack of knowledge or who may be implicated in the expression of this information, it still remains…The Truth.
If any organization, even the Catholic Archdiocese of Cincinnati, hides from one of the greatest gifts given to man by God-The Truth, then prayer is the only answer. Once Truth is ignored my friends, then evil will be allowed to grow and fester. I pray that will not be the case.
Martin Luther King Jr. once stated:
“…We have learned in the course of our freedom struggle, that the needs of the twenty million negroes are not truly separable from the needs of the two hundred million whites and negroes, all of whom would benefit from a colorblind land of plenty…”
It is time to create that Colorblind Society and I stand ready to defend that “Dream”.
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