By Theodore Shoebat
Someone has actually done what we have been exhorting people to do since 2014: record the evil things said about clerical leaders and expose them. A seminarian named Matthew Bojanowski was being sexually harassed by a sodomite priest named Rev. Jeffrey Nowak, pastor of Our Lady Help of Christians Church in Cheektowaga.
“After rejecting Father Nowak’s advances and harassment, I had to endure many months of revenge and retaliation by Father Nowak, and to other members of clergy, including slander and emotional abuse,” Bojanowski recounted about the harassment that he endured.
Fr. Ryszard Biernat eventually recorded a conversation with Bishop Malone of the Buffalo about the harassment.
The recording was given to the media and now the diocese is shook up. In the recorded and private conversations, which span from March to July of 2019, Malone admitted that “The simple version here is we’ve got victims and we have a perpetrator, and the perpetrator is Jeff Nowak, and he’s done things that are clearly wrong … And I think he’s a sick puppy.”
This is what they — the leaders of the Church — say in private, but they will never speak in such a way in public. In private there are wolves that prey on people; in public they pray to a God they don’t believe in while giving the callous turn of their heads to the victims of the sodomite takeover. In private the ecclesiastical leaders will say the truth about what is occurring; in public they will give the people nothing but ambiguity, words that mean nothing, words that can have a multitude of interpretations. “For truth is fallen in the street” (Isaiah 59:15).
When will people have enough of this sodomite despotism coming from people who are suppose to be a shepherd of the flock and not a wolf who tears the sheep apart with their ravenous and sinister fangs? The only way that we are going to shake the diocesan powers and force them to tell the people the truth of what is taking place and to reform the upper echelons of Church authority, is for us, the people, to confront the leaders, to record the confrontation and to expose them; or to record what evils these priests tell people, and then expose the recording to the public. If Catholics in all dioceses did this, there would be a major purge of the Church overnight.
Let our cameras be our whips, used to horrify these scoundrels and purge the Church of them. Christ, armed with a whip, drove out the thieves. So let us drive out these demons.
But this will not happen, because ultimately it is not the leaders of the Church that are the problem. They are not the root of the dark predicament that we are in. We, the congregation, are the problem. We, the people who do not want to become ‘too harsh’; we, the people who will condemn others who confront the wolves in sheep’s skin, or who will agree with what the confronters say but will then say that “I agree with what you say, but I don’t like your style”; we, the people who never express public outrage for what wickedness comes out of these ambassadors of Sodom because we believe that it would be a sin to do so; we, the people who simply think that all they need to do is “report to the bishop,” relying on the bishop to take care of the problem and then shrugging our shoulders when nothing happens. We, the people, are the problem, and the priests and bishops are merely reflections of us. This is the bottom line.
Back in 2014, I confronted a priest named Msgr. Michael Yarbrough because he had sexually assaulted a man named Hector Escalante. I recorded the confrontation which you can see here:
I made the video because I wanted to motivate and encourage Catholics to confront these sodomites, put it on recording and show the world, and by this, shake up Catholic power structures and instill fear in their hearts. I called this plan, Operation Whip.
But this never happened. No, instead what I got was a barrage of vile insults, even from other Catholics.
Hopefully the recent events will encourage Catholics to take up the mission of Operation Whip. For this cause, I will repost what I wrote back in 2015:
The days of trusting in church leaders are over, the days of weakness are over, and now the day of justice against the corrupters of the Faith must arise, and those who have zeal must pick up their whips and drive out the thieves from the Temple.
While we were doing some work in Texas we were told of a man named Msgr. Michael Yarbrough (also known as Michael Yarborough), and how he is a deviant priest who forcefully kissed a young man named Hector Escalante on the lips, and how he was supporting a pro homosexual group called Call to Action. Here is a photo of Msgr. Michael Yarbrough:
Well, we decided that we were going to bait Msgr. Michael Yarbrough. I visited him in a confessional booth where I told him my age and apparently it registered an interest and he asked me if I wanted to come and hang out with him. He fell for the bait. I found it very odd that a priest of his high position, with a very busy schedule, would all of a sudden want to spend time with me.
I accepted his offer, and gave him a call, and asked him if we would meet at a book store. He said that he preferred that we meet in his office. I found this quite disturbing because it was in his office where he kissed Hector Escalante. When I did research on Msgr. Michael Yarbrough, I found a 2002 report written in the San Antonio Express which stated:
Hector Escalante complained that Monsignor Michael Yarbrough kissed him on the lips and groped him in his office in 1998 when Escalante was 27, on his last day on the job as a St. Matthew’s Parish employee.
Yarbrough admitted kissing him but said Escalante misunderstood the gesture, which the priest said was common among men in his family. He denied groping Escalante.
Imagine, a man kissing another man on the lips as “common.”
I told Msgr. Michael Yarbrough that it would be better that we meet in a book store, to which he agreed. I asked him how much time he had, and he said, as long as I wanted. After doing some more research, I also found out that on top of kissing a young man on the lips, Msgr. Michael Yarbrough is a also a major donor to a pro homosexual group, called Call to Action, and I found his name on a list made by Call to Action designated as “major donors”. I took a snapshot of the list with Msgr. Michael Yarbrough’s name highlighted:
So, we had the meeting at the bookstore, and after some conversation, I busted him on his heresies and his scandals, and also paid a visit to his church where I was eventually kicked out by his followers (who probably know nothing on how evil this heretic is).
If your pastor says anything in favor for Islam and homosexuality, confront him, and do so with aggression. If you attend a Christian school or university, and they have events in favor for homosexuality or Islam, go in there and confront the entire event, and do so with aggression.
If our Lord entered the Temple with a whip, the least we can do is confront these devils, and do so with aggression, and film them. Instill fear into their hearts, and horrify them into submission.
It is my aspiration that this video will begin an international movement I call Operation Whip. We must confront the deviant and heretical ministers, and not only that, we must film them and post the videos on the internet. Its time to apply the whip (peer pressure) on them.
This will break their will and put us, the zealous, in the position of power and advantage over them, and make them submit to God and not to money and mammon.
The time for weakness and sycophancy is over, there must be a movement of zealots who will take up cameras, confront these wicked ministers, and make them tremble.
For decades righteous Christians have been being mistreated and ignored by church leaders, and this is because so many Christians have, innocently, placed themselves under the authority of the hirelings with the impression that they are doing the right thing by being submissive, even when they are promoting evil and depravity.
St. Thomas Aquinas calls this indiscriminate obedience, which recklessly obeys all things regardless of how destructive they may be. (Aquinas, Summa Theologiae, IIa IIae, 104, article 5). All tyrannies thrive on indiscriminate obedience, for without those who think that submission to them is righteous, all of their power crumbles.
It is the same with cults and corrupt ministers. The reason why we have them is because of all the people who support them, and agree with them. But even in churches where the minister is corrupt, you have righteous congregants who do want to learn truth, but instead get nothing but the rubbish that springs from the superficial love of mammon.
These righteous Christians will go to the pastor, try to talk to them, but will get nothing but a passing of the buck, some nice words, some empty promises from the pastor that he will “think about it.” Or, they will try to set up a meeting with the pastor, but will get continuous excuses such as “the pastor is very busy” or endless postponements.
The days of wasting time and struggling just to get a useless meeting with a pastor, are over. Now we are in the days that obligate us to confront these wicked ministers, just as our Lord confronted those who were prostituting His Father’s Temple with zeal and a whip.
These are the days of zeal, these are the days in which we must stand up to the hirelings to their faces, film it, and let them fear and respect us, and not the other way around.
This is what Operation Whip is about, confronting pastors and teachers when they preach heresy and evil, get it on film, expose them.
I ask you, confront any wicked pastor or teacher you know, film it, post it online, and send it over to shoebat.com with proof of his evils, and we will make sure that its seen. We have to shift the battle against them.
If we can all do this, then we can clean out the Church in a matter of months.