Tuesday, November 9, 2010

I Guess He Wants More Kids Around To Molest

It's the year 2010 and still people seem to care what the Pope has to say, at least that is how it is reported. During the Dark Lords' recent visit to Spain, he blessed the first stone of a disabled children's residence that will bear his name. I am not sure that I would want the name of the pope associated with children in any form. Anyway, the guy shows up and dumps some “holy” water on a rock that is going to be part of the building. Big deal. Here is what caught my eye:
"Therefore, it is indispensable that new technological developments in the field of medicine never be to the detriment of respect for human life and dignity, so that those who suffer physical illnesses or handicaps can always receive that love and attention required to make them feel valued as persons in their concrete needs," he said.
Respect for human life and dignity? That is rich coming from the evil head of an organization that was responsible for the Crusades, the Inquisition, the blind eye turned towards the Jews during World War II (and the endorsement of Hitler), the millions of people who have died in Africa because the Catholic church says condoms cause AIDS, and the rape of scores of children that has most recently came to light. How about their stance on women's rights? Spare me your righteous indignation at the idea that some fetuses are aborted because they are diseased.

I bang my head against the wall and ask the same questions that has been asked a million times before by a million different people: why does anyone give a shit about what the pope thinks about anything, especially when it comes to medicine and technology. If I want to know how to waste my time doing something unproductive while simultaneously convincing people to do things against their best interests, I will ask for the popes opinion and guidance.

Many of the children in the homes for the disabled could have been taken care of before they were born, especially in the case of severe disability. I understand that abortion is a hard decision and it may sound cold and heartless, but disabilities that are so severe that the person is not aware what is going on around them should be eliminated before birth. There are parents who would never think of aborting their disabled fetus, and while I think they are selfish, I also have a great deal of sympathy for them. I think they should be given all of the help in the world to raise their child. However, for the pope to have a voice on this issue is mind-boggling. What has the church done for these children, other than rape them continuously?

One bit of truth and some rather good news was stated in this piece.
"We know that the number of these people has declined mostly because a good number of them are eliminated before they are born," he said.
As it should be. Why should these children be allowed to suffer because of the selfish actions of their parents or because some weird old man in a pointy hat told them the lie that there is a god and he cares about their disable children?


  1. You need to read Hitchens' deconstruction of Mother Theresa to get your head around this "suffering is good" thing with Catholics mate.

    The argument is that as Christ suffered on the cross for us, so we have to suffer in this life and through that suffering show dedication and due deference to the Lord our God..or some sort of similar claptrap. I was brought up a Cath and still dont get it.

    So yes the Pope wants more spasmo babies as killing foetuses is bad as every sperm is sacred, and suffering babies are pleasing to the Lord as thats more suffering and tears for him to eat...or something.

    Catholicism...mad, bad and dangerous to know.

  2. Sandman,
    I read "The Missionary Position" and I still have trouble wrapping my head around the extreme views of these people. It makes my brain hurt. I wonder why more and more people refuse to believe in a God that just wants your life to be shit.