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Pope Spanks Canada. Canada likes It.

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Pope Benedict XVI (pictured, looking quite lovely – yet still pretty evil – in his little hat thingie. Going to the Derby, maybe?) has a bone to pick with Canada. Namely, their proclivity for social progression, evidenced in their gay marriage and abortion laws. With his Vatican thugs behind him, Benedict gave the country a stern talking to Friday, admonishing:

In the name of ‘tolerance’ your country has had to endure the folly of the redefinition of spouse, and in the name of ‘freedom of choice’ it is confronted with the daily destruction of unborn children…

We don’t know, but we’d rather “destroy” unwanted unborn children than have people leave them on the street or replenish the ever-growing group of guppies vying for our planet’s already limited resources. But that’s just us.
The Pope went on to call abortion and gay rights “ephemeral” and “spurious” social issues. Hmmm, we hardly think these issues are ephemeral, or short-lived. As for spurious: well, there ain’t nothing false about abortions, but some may say that there’s plenty of fallacy behind homosexuality. If his royal popeness, or whatever you call him wants to declare the notion of homosexuality false and we can all go back to having sex with whomever we want, no questions asked…well, so be it.

Pope Tells Canada to End Gay Marriage [365 Gay]

By:           Andrew Belonksy
On:           Sep 8, 2006
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  • 9 Comments
    • Ratzithenazi
      Ratzithenazi

      …don’t you think I look cute in this hat? these little shorts? this matching top I got a Merv’s?
      Um, maybe the Pope should join Exodus Int’l, he sure looks like he needs to pray away the gay.

      Sep 8, 2006 at 3:00 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • Jonathon
      Jonathon

      Sorry, but this dude is a Nazi. In the real, true “Sieg Heil” sense. Since he became p0pe he has done little else but bash on gays. I would like to hear the leaders of Canada tell him to shut the fuck up and keep his nose out of their business. Ditto for Spain.

      I’d love to have the chance to tell him that myself…. but I sincerely doubt that there is any hope that Rat Boy will ever see the light and understand that the message of Jesus had a lot more to do with helping one another and treating each other with dignity than in regulating the sexual behavior of human beings.

      I love God, but I sure do despise many of his (alleged) followers.

      Sep 8, 2006 at 4:02 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • dizzyspins
      dizzyspins

      You evil baby-killing homosexual Canadians! I should…What? Another one? Just transfer him to another parish! Now, what I was I saying?

      Sep 9, 2006 at 12:54 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • Ernest
      Ernest

      Are you sure that’s the pope? Isn’t that a Nazi Devil. Seriously how can someone holy look like they are a nazi devil.

      Sep 9, 2006 at 2:31 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • jack e. jett
      jack e. jett

      not many girls can pull off wearing a red hat in September these days. I mean audrey hepburn, and
      anna nicole are the only two that come to mind until today.
      sister pope girl thang knows how to carry it and carry it off really well.
      this bitch rocks/

      jack e. jett

      Sep 9, 2006 at 11:16 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • justaguynatl
      justaguynatl

      Someone needs to spank the Pope! I bet he’d like it…

      Sep 9, 2006 at 11:46 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • A. Smith
      A. Smith

      Yes, Canada’s obsession with “tolerance” has gone too far!!

      What else can you conclude when they allow the free expression of hateful views by an individual who heads a secretive and undemocratic organization with a history of seek and destroy of indigenous people and cultures , complicity with the sexual abuse of children, and ruling with fear and intimidation.

      What’s next Canada, tax breaks for these freaks?

      Sep 9, 2006 at 1:33 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • Stefano
      Stefano

      Like you said, Jonathon:
      “I like your Christ, but I do not like your Christians. They are so unlike your Christ.” – Mahatma Gandhi

      I probably sound evil and contemptible for saying this… but I can’t wait till Ratzinger dies. I doubt I’m the only one. I’m not wishing death on him, really, but that’s the only way he’ll get out. He is giving thousands of people everywhere a reason to hate and judge. It’s not just him, either… But he’s their leader…

      Sep 9, 2006 at 9:55 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • Colin
      Colin

      Wow. There’s a lot of hate here. I guess as a Catholic I should defend the side here which has no voice. Ignoring the fact that many of your arguments are based solely on what the Pope looks like, I have to say that I’m really resenting all these words about the Pope being a nazi. If you were put under such pressure at such an impressionable age, what would you do? Would you have the courage to escape like he did? The Catholic Church was the largest opponent of the nazi regieme in case none of you knew that.

      In regaurds to same-sex marriage, I’ve written my opinon a few times already with no response, as of yet. I’ll let you read those in your own time. Just search for the articles pertaining to Benedict XVI. For now, though, I’ll just focus on abortion.

      To put it bluntly, there have been no solid cases for abortion other than it fills the pockets of Planned Parenthood, who have gone so far as to eliminate organizations which prevent teen pregnancy. Heaven forfend that teens not get pregnant! Where will their next paycheck come from?

      Here are some “reasons” for abortion and where they fall short:
      1) Overpolulation: Many people seem to believe this withought realizing that their is no shortage of resourse in the world. There are countries with more than enough and those with less than enough and yet people can’t connect the dots.
      2) It is easier than adoption or parenthood: Yeah, I’m sure all those girls commited suicide for a completely different reason
      3) It is safe: Not nearly as safe as childbirth. Some possible side affects of abortion are bladder injury, bowl injury, breast cancer, future ectopic (tubal) pregnancies, hemorrhages, hepatitis, infections, laceration of the cervix, perforation of the uterus, placenta previa, post-abortion syndrome, retained products of conception (body parts left behind), RH incompatibility, severe or rapid bleeding, and sterility. There are also many possible complications for future pregnancies (miscarriages, sudden death of child, low birth weight, and premature birth are some of them).
      4) Moral issues should not be imposed: Slavery, anyone?
      5) It is necessary in cases of rape or incest: This is an awful lot like the Greek myth where Zeus has the bastard son Hercules and Juno decides to punish the son instead of Zeus.
      6) Without legal abortion woman will be forced to resort to back-ally abortions: Yes, of course. Pregnant woman should have the comfort of a violent death on an operating table instead of some dirty ally.
      7) Abortion limits the number of battered children: Here’s a little article I found on this…

      The landmark study on this was done at the University of Southern California. Professor Edward Lenoski studied 674 consecutive battered children who were brought to the in- and out-patient departments of that medical center. He was the first to go to the parents and study to what extent they wanted and planned the pregnancy. To his surprise, he found that 91% were planned and wanted, compared to 63% for the control groups nationally. Further, the mothers had began wearing, on the average, pregnancy clothes at 114 days compared to 171 days in the control, and the fathers named the boys after themselves 24% of the time compared to 4% for the control groups. E. Lenoski, Heartbeat, vol. 3, no. 4, Dec. 1980

      - Both parents (or parent figures) lived in 80% of the homes. Two-thirds of the mothers were “house-wives” and presumably were at home. Almost all mothers were in the 20-30 age group, and fathers were in the 20-35 age bracket. No special social, racial, or economic class predominated. Francis, “Child Abuse, A Nationwide Study,” Amer. Humane Assn. & Child Welfare League, 1963

      - The parents commonly “…grew up in a hostile environment, and were themselves abused. When the children fail to satisfy their [unrealistic, neurotic expectations of perfection] emotional needs, the parents react with the same violence they experienced as children.” 258 J. Walsh, IL Dept. of Child and Family Services Newsweek, July 24, 1972 Not much has changed since these earlier investigations.

      There is much that we still do not know about the sick psychology that leads to child abuse. One thing does stand out, however: Prenatally, these were not unwanted pregnancies, they were super-wanted pregnancies.

      Let me no if anyone can make an argument for this. I’ll be back and look forward to your responses.

      Dec 22, 2006 at 6:30 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·

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