Pope speaks his mind

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cyghost (September 17, 2010, 10:32:24 AM):
The Pope has condemned 'aggressive secularism' and compared atheism to the forces of Nazism

:o ??? >:(


sauce


Like wow and stuff. How many buildings have atheists flown into again?

Stupid, stupid, stupid. What a stupid little man.
GCG (September 17, 2010, 10:39:38 AM):
i heard a story from a work colleage of mine, that the pope was an SS officer in the war. how true is that?
Brian (September 17, 2010, 10:42:02 AM):
Here's a piece from my book on this arseholes holier than thou shit:
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"Political leaders, kings and presidents were mostly guilty of these activities; they were often dishonest and lied to their followers."
"But were they not caught out by their lies?" one of the older girls asked.
"Sometimes they were, but more often they used force or false information to keep their lies hidden. During a terrible and vicious war in the mid 20th century, the leader of the German people, a man called Adolph Hitler, convinced his followers that the Jewish people were a curse on the earth and had to be eradicated. He created falsities to scare his people that an evil existed and that the state should take every step possible to protect their homeland. This gave him the power to invade other countries and eventually to kill over 6 million Jewish people. Adolph Hitler was a Catholic and often used this to justify his actions against the so-called Christ-killers. The same tactics were used some 60 years later by the American government to pass laws which limited individual freedoms in the name of the so-called war against people they thought were a threat to their nation. They thus created an illusion that the country was in danger of imminent attack. Using this they mobilised their armed forces and attacked countries which had nothing to do with the supposed threat. There was also another man called Artuković who in a country called Croatia was found guilty by the authorities of the mass murder of Serbs, Jews, gypsies and other minorities. He had studied at a Franciscan Monastry which was part of the Catholic Church much like the Jesuits here. This all happened during the Second World War. When he fled after the war, he was assisted by Franscican monks to flee. Many other war criminals were helped by the so-called Vatican Ratlines to escape justice and they fled to other countries. It was well established that the Vatican actively sheltered and assisted war criminals."
GCG (September 17, 2010, 10:42:42 AM):

and they let this oke kiss babies?!
Mandarb (September 17, 2010, 10:50:44 AM):
He was part of the Hitler Youth. Arguably, didn't have much of a choice, but yeah. Don't know what he did back then.

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