Blogroll Me! How This Old Brit Sees It ...: Pope Ratzi the Nazi's latest lame-brained, divine inspiration : An immaculate internet conception connection.

23 January 2009

Pope Ratzi the Nazi's latest lame-brained, divine inspiration : An immaculate internet conception connection.



O.M.G.!!

Holy, http:!!




Some more media whores and some more crazy Counterfeit-Christian crap.

Just what our wacko-world needs right now, eh?

Yeah, sure it does.

Like it needs a(nother) huge hole in it's head.

And while we're on about the world, could somebody, somewhere please stop it spinning?

Since currently, it's damned well driving us absolutely stark staring, bloody bonkers.

And for as long as it stays the way it is, we just want to get the eff off of it.

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5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I always love your amusing long winded, tongue twisting titles, Richard. But may I suggest an alternative much sorter one than usual for this?

Hypocrisy epitomised!

4:23 pm  
Anonymous R J Adams said...

For this to be necessary, it would seem the "power" in "power of prayer" has been turned off. I suppose it could be those darned Russians and Ukrainians at it again?

Desperation manifests in mysterious ways.

5:24 pm  
Blogger Nevin said...

As George Carlin once said "religion is just mind control"...

What better way then the internet...!
Very smart I must say... Who are the spin masters behind these smart gimmicks I wonder? Who gets paid for coming up with this BS?

However, It's working for millions of sheep around the world... :)

5:24 pm  
Blogger Gert said...

Why so negative? The Funny Hat brigade are always good for a few laughs!

7:44 pm  
Blogger J.UL1R4 said...

I guess I err in a slighty different direction to my good friend Richard on this or others here. I think it's not a bad idea. I do accept though that a lot of good people have got it into the head that the Catholic Church are the villain somewhere. I think this Pope has made a couple of mistakes (the thing about Islam for one), but we all make mistakes.

I'll leave you with a very interesting quote which you can make your own mind up on, it's from someone 'controversial' but a very interesting political researcher in America, and that's Michael Collins Piper in a radio debate from 2006:

"The La Civiltà Cattolica (sp?) which is a Vatican approved newspaper even went so far as to suggest that a lot of the newspaper over-emphasis on some of these newspaper sex scandals in the Vatican and in the Catholic Church which are rightly being reported I might add, they said that the over-emphasis on that was because of the mass media being disturbed about the fact the Vatican did not support the war against Iraq"

11:26 am  

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