Tuesday, February 02, 2010

The Evil Pope Again

For three consecutive times in the space of 15 months, the Catholic Pontiff has referred to LGBT people as 'unnatural'. This is not only pure evil and hatred, it amounts to genocide. Given the opportunity, it is obvious that this man would not hesitate to wipe us out of the face of the world - something only comparable to the Holocaust. If you doubt it, consider his speech in December 2008 when he portrayed his view that anything outside of heterosexuality is the "destruction of God's work" 

"If the Church speaks of the nature of the human being as man and woman, and demands that this order of creation be respected, this is not some antiquated metaphysics. What is involved here is faith in the Creator and a readiness to listen to the "language" of creation. To disregard this would be the self-destruction of man himself, and hence the destruction of God's own work".In the same message, this man insists that if not in this premise, then the Rain forests requires more protection. Is this different from the beliefs that inspired the Holocaust?

And just now, the pope's comment on UK equality legislation amendment again stamps his views that LGBT people are unnatural.

A message should be sent to this man and UK government that although we tolerate him and accept debates, we will not agree to use our tax money to finance his visit. If other homophobes and racists, etc; have been stopped from entering the UK, then the pope must not be exempted.

His visit, no doubt will inspire and encourage homophobia in Britain and endanger community cohesion. We live in peace and making huge strides to live equally and therefore should not allow anybody, local or outsider to impede that. The pope is not needed here. The Catholic Church in England and Wales has continued to exist without the visit of a Pope since the last 3 decades. We MUST not let rancour germinate by letting this evil man come here.

In hindsight, it was the same conservative opinion of a pope in the c16th that gave birth to the CofE. I am sure we are proud of King Henry VIII for taking that freedom move that 'Never again, shall Britain be slaves (of popes or pontiffs).

Rule Britania... Britian never, never will be slaves! So if you like and support equality, for yourself and your friends, families, colleagues, etc, it is time to stand up and refuse a welcome to the pope.

Allowing him in may cause destructions of facilities, peace and may even cost lives. Some groups are planning protests but we have to seek to stop the pope in a peaceful way.

Stand up for your rights... Britain never never will be slaves.

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