Pope Celebrates Xmas By Attacking Gays

pope attacks gay marriage while wearing stunning floor length gown

 

Merry Xmas to all and sundry today!  The earth didn’t end.  And God didn’t smite the Pope for being hanging out with his anti-women bed buddies in the Vatican, either.  The Pope, a charming Hitler Youth guy, gets his jollies off attacking gay men and women for daring to want civil rights.  He also ‘forgives’ his butler who exposed the corruption and evil inside the Vatican.  Yup, another day in the dark world of believers in a God that decided to murder people due to their sex lives.  I am still puzzled as to why we should love and pet this guy who hates us.  Hard to figure out, no?

 

First, the sad news:  Richard Adams: Gay marriage pioneer Richard Adams dead at age 65 after spending nearly four decades trying in vain to legally wed his partner | Mail Online

 

They were granted a marriage license in 1975, but for years fought in vain to see it recognized by governments and a population for whom the idea of two married men was still strange and foreign. They were subjected to anti-gay slurs even from government agencies.

 

‘They felt that in the end, the most important thing was their love for each other, and in that respect they won,’ Soloway said. “No government or no law was ever able to keep them apart.”

 

The Pope doubled down this year with our election with his minions oozing about the landscape attacking gays and begging people to vote for the Mormon who happens to believe in an exo-planetary god that is totally different from the version of a ‘god’ chosen by the Pope.  The Catholic Church meddled in our elections hoping that Hispanics would vote against their own survival interests in order to punish gay men and women.

 

The odd relationship the Vatican has with gays is always a marvel.  The Pope’s buddies (yes, and him before he became the Pontiff) covered up gay rape inside of the priesthood for years and years.  While cruelly pushing for anti-gay persecution of fellow gays.  The history of closet gays attacking fellow gays who want to live open, honest, loving lives is long and horrible and goes on today when we see right wing gays or brutal coaches in football, forced out of their protective closets.

 

The real horror is how many closet right wing gays rape boys.  The recent scandal at Penn State is typical.  Using charity institutions and the churches, gay closet rapists will talk about how we should persecute gays while raping children.  They can’t admit that their god’s prohibitions about sex turns them all on.  They get off on this.

 

So, the above cartoon is all about this news:  Pope Benedict denounces gay marriage during his annual Christmas message.  On a day when he wanted to talk about peace on earth, he declares war on gays.  There was recent news that an ancient script has Jesus talking about his wife.  But the feel we get from his Bible stories is a lot more gay.  I would suggest, the problem of gay attraction goes to the very roots of Christianity.  Also, the Pope uses Christmas Mass to ask whether people still have room for God in their technology-driven lives which he tweeted, of course.

 

Seriously, he did that!  Don’t do as I do, do as I say!  Yup.  He uses all sorts of modern technology.  So why is he whining about it?  Oh, it must be science he hates which has a long tradition in the Vatican:  Ultramassive Black Holes May Be Bigger, More Numerous Than Astronomers Realized.  HAHAHA.  Black holes are gods!  They create and destroy whole galactic clusters over time!  Worship them and die.

 

Meanwhile, Pope Benedict pardons his butler – Telegraph

 

Over six years he managed to photocopy and confiscate more than 1000 sensitive documents while working in a small office adjacent to the pope’s apartment, in one of the most embarrassing breaches of Vatican security ever.
He later told the court he leaked the sensitive documents to a journalist in order expose corruption he thought was harmful to the church.

 

I saw that on TV while traveling to see my grandson.  I blurted out at the rest stop, ‘The Pope should be arrested, not the butler!’  The Vatican has been corrupt for millennia. It will remain corrupt for another 1,000 years.  It is harder to clean up than Fukushima.  And just as toxic.

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13 responses to “Pope Celebrates Xmas By Attacking Gays

  1. Brad.C

    Hi Elaine, I thought maybe you might be interested in this theory:

    http://neilallen76.wordpress.com/

  2. Joseppi

    The Pope of perversion, like the imperialistic jewel encrusted Queen of England, and the seasonal cheer leading consumerist czar, Santa Claus, are cultural pets embedded in the social psyche.
    As long as these obscene cultural pets are coddled there will be no peace in the world and goodwill towards all. We should all cry out at rest stops and rooftops – Enough with these parasites.

  3. Merry Christmas, Elaine. Thanks for another great year of Culture of Life News. It’s always a pleasure to read your posts.

  4. 911

    Elaine, I thought you might get a kick out of this.
    Its from another site. You dont have to agree with much of it to enjoy it,
    if you agree with ‘we elevate primitive cultures far too much’ theme.

    “Who the heck were the Maya?” just in case they turn out to be a bunch of jungle bums stoked up on fermented coconut juice rather than credible prognosticators of the end of humanity.
    Like any semi-barbaric, non-European people, the Maya are nowadays talked about in the hushed reverential tones dictated by political correctness as one of the great civilizations, even though they lacked metal tools and wheels, and enjoyed a spot of human sacrifice.
    Rather than evidence of their primitiveness, their lack of tools is often cited as proof of their civilizational superiority, as only a truly higher culture could have built pyramids with so little in the way of technology. In such encomiums little is said about the possibility that the threat of human sacrifice probably served as an extremely important motivator for the toolless masses.
    The key to understanding the Maya is their astronomy. The basic problem all primitive agricultural societies face is timekeeping. In the case of Britain, this led to the founding of Neolithic sites such as Stonehenge, where the stones were aligned to measure changes in the position of the rising sun and thus the seasons.
    Such a convenient and easily accessible way of determining the agricultural calendar was not available to the Maya. The point where the sun rose was difficult to determine due to the surrounding jungle, while even if it could be observed—presumably from the top of a pyramid—the seasonal variations in position were much less marked than in the North. It thus became very important early on for the Maya to study the stars and planets to get a grip on time, an option much less open to the Neolithic Brits in their cloud-enshrouded abode.
    The development of and dependence on an astronomically literate elite also created a tendency towards extreme hierarchy because an ability to read the stars and planets was not knowledge that was easily transferable in a society where the only form of writing was a dense, impenetrable system of hieroglyphics. With such vital but esoteric knowledge in their hands the elite could imperiously lord it over the vast underclass.
    By contrast, in Neolithic Britain almost any semi-intelligent tribesman could get the hang of the sunrise trick, making it easy to bypass the authority of would-be astronomer-priest-kings. Perhaps a contributory factor towards the greater democratic nature of Northern peoples was the reliance of our ancestors on solar observation to set the agricultural calendar, rather than the much more complicated stellar system.
    An important aspect of extreme hierarchies is their inherent instability, while a major characteristic of any hierarchy is the desire to show social status. These two factors along with the peculiar way the Maya chose to display their status suggests a possible reason for the civilization’s downfall. This is a mysterious event that has thrown up a wide range of pedantic and unsatisfying explanations, ranging from invasion and disease to trendy notions of economic collapse and ecological exhaustion that seem little more than anachronistic projections from our own age.
    One of the unique features of Mayan civilization was the fashion of head shaping. This was practiced by the elite on the still pliable heads of their infants, using a variety of squeezing techniques to get a sloping forehead and a pointed skull. The reason for this has been linked with veneration for the Mayan maize god, sometimes called Itzamna, who had a head shaped like an ear of maize, the Maya’s staple crop.
    At first, the distortions inflicted on the craniums of the future ruling class would have been mild and have had a negligible effect on the workings within, but as with any popular fashion—whether it be the bound feet of the Manchus, the quiffs of 1950s teddy boys, or the neck rings of Karen tribeswomen—the impetus to outdo others no doubt kicked in, leading to extremes of head shaping that would have impacted on the mental abilities of those involved.
    The cultural relativism now in vogue dictates that such obvious stupidity should not be criticized as this would in some way be racist or Eurocentric, thus the custom of squashing infant’s heads is routinely treated as no more odd or harmful than the modern Western penchant for wearing bum-crack-revealing pants—admittedly an equally stupid fashion statement but at least one that is a lot less physically damaging.
    Extreme head-shaping is liable to weaken the sutures that join the cranial plates together by preventing them sealing properly and lead to conditions such as hydrocephalus, which in turn is linked to a wide range of neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and multiple sclerosis.
    With enough maize-aping head-shaping, the ruling class would have become mentally debilitated to the point where their leadership would have lost credibility and led to the underclass rising up, probably with the malformed skulls of their rulers being smashed in the process. There is much evidence for such conflict and violence in the archaeological ruins of the Mayan cities.
    With the elimination of the astronomically literate part of the population, however, much of the knowledge of the correct times to plant would have been lost, leading to further miscalculation, famine, depopulation, and the reversion of the Maya back to humble forest dwellers eking out a bare existence, which is how the Spanish found them in the 16th century.
    The way in which this oddball civilization is accorded undue respect, especially this year, shows that our own ruling and academic elites have chosen to distort the internal workings of their own brains as much as the Maya elite distorted the outer carapaces of theirs.
    The cosmic predictions of a semi-barbaric civilization that didn’t even know what a wheel was and which disappeared back into the jungles that spawned it after a period of pointless pyramid proliferation and skull bending should merit slightly less attention than the palm readings of the average faux-gypsy.
    If 2012 is to mark the end of the universe as we know it or the dawning of a new age, either event will be a mere coincidence unrelated to the stargazing of a bunch of Mesoamerican coneheads.

  5. 911

    Brad.C, there are other theories as well. To me the most noteworthy
    evidence was his brothers ID on him.
    Why would he have his brothers ID?

  6. Pope Palpatine finds your lack of faith disturbing. A lot of Americans return the sentiment, finding his hypocrisy and lack of empathy disturbing. Add one more area in which Americans find the Vatican out of step with them on matters of sexual equality. The church leadership is much more interesting in sexual repression than Jesus’s teachings about helping the poor and oppressed. At least Americans are coming around on marriage equality at the ballot box.

    http://crazyeddiethemotie.blogspot.com/2012/11/meanwhile-at-bottom-of-ballot.html

  7. Speaking of single men who look down on gays and women, I razzed your estranged neighbor Jim Kunstler about his retrograde views on marriage and gender equality last year. All of those posts are visible through a search for ‘kunstler+equality’ on my blog.

    http://crazyeddiethemotie.blogspot.com/search?q=kunstler+equality

    The three most relevant to the topic are “James Howard Kunstler swims against the stream on marriage equality,” “James Howard Kunstler swims against the stream on gender role equality, too,” and “Follow up to women in Kunstler’s fiction.” Kunstler is much more politically irrational than he realizes.

  8. 911

    ‘The real horror is how many closet right wing gays rape boys.’
    How many? Is the horror in the rape or that they are ‘right wing’?
    Does the Larry Brinkin case ring a bell?

    From Townhall.com:

    According to published reports, when Larry Brinkin was arrested two weeks ago, the police found “images of year-old infants subjected to sodomy and oral sex, and perverse racial comments (Brinkin’s email: ‘I loved especially the 2 year old n—– getting nailed. Hope you’ll continue so I can see what the little blond b—- is going to get. White Power! White Supremacy! White D— Rules!’).” Yet the media has barely reported this terribly disturbing incident.
    But, you ask, who was Larry Brinkin? He was “a central figure in the gay rights movement,” a man who was so influential that, “The San Francisco board of supervisors actually gave a ‘Larry Brinkin Week’ in February 2010 upon his retirement.” It was Brinkin who first used the term “domestic partnerships” in a legal dispute, marking a watershed moment in gay activist history, yet news of his alleged crimes against infants and children, not to mention his alleged White Supremacist leanings, has received very little media attention.
    Is there a double standard here? Imagine what the media would be doing if Brinkin had been a conservative Christian leader.
    When evangelical leader Ted Haggard fell, the media was quick to pounce, suggesting that this exposed the corrupt nature of evangelical Christianity as a whole. And media leaders have done this repeatedly whenever there has been a scandal connected to an evangelical (or Catholic) leader, and the news is blared from the headlines. But where, I ask you, is the outrage or the front page news when a gay leader commits atrocities such as those allegedly committed by Larry Brinkin? And why isn’t the media claiming that Brinkin’s transgressions expose the corrupt nature of gay activism as a whole?
    The failure of a Christian leader is considered endemic and representative; the failure of a gay leader is considered an aberrant exception. Why the unequal treatment?
    And:
    Gascon says there is no question of Brinkin’s involvement, “He was the active participant in receiving the information and passing the information out.”
    Video shows Brinkin years ago, when ABC7 News profiled him when he was receiving counseling to deal with the stress of his work at the Human Rights Commission. He was best known there for his pioneering work for gays and lesbians. Brinkin helped draft the city’s Equal Benefits Ordinance, now a model for equality in the workplace.
    Outside the courthouse Wednesday, Brinkin continued his silence. When asked if he has anything to say at all about this case he answered, “No, no comment today.”
    Gascon says he waited this long to file formal charges against Brinkin because he did not want to compromise a concurrent investigation by Australian police. They finally made an arrest in this case, which is why Brinkin was charged and arraigned Wednesday.
    (Copyright ©2012 KGO-TV/DT. All Rights Reserved

  9. 911

    and more:

    Gay rights icon Larry Brinkin has been arrested on charges of child pornography, according to San Francisco police.
    Wikipedia says he sued his employer for benefits after his partner died in 1982.
    He was the first person to coin the term domestic partnership, because of his lawsuit. (He lost)
    He was a commissioner on the HRC and was somehow in a film about the cockettes.

    How about this:
    “I loved especially the nigger 2 year old getting nailed,” [!!!!!!]

    Brinkin, 66, best known for fighting for equal rights on behalf of the LGBT community, was booked into San Francisco County Jail on Friday night. He posted bail and was released Saturday, SF Weekly reports.
    The San Francisco Police Department seized computers, videos, VHS tapes and a floppy disc from Brinkin and his husband’s home, according to a search warrant obtained by SF Weekly.
    Police say Brinkin had exchanged emails that contained pornographic photographs involving children as young as 1-year-old being sodomized or performing oral sex on adult men, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
    The emails also contain graphic sexual and racist commentary, including, “I loved especially the n—er 2 year old getting nailed,” as well as a rant about white supremacy.
    The disturbing messages were traced to Brinkin’s IP address, and his name and credit card information are registered with the AOL account, identified as zack3737@aol.com, according to police.
    The warrant also notes that the email address is linked to Yahoo discussion groups about the sexual exploitation of children.
    Brinkin was a beloved employee of the Human Rights Commission before he retired in 2010 — the Board of Supervisors even once designated the week of Feb. 1 as “Larry Brinkin Week.”
    Theresa Sparks, executive director of the commission, said the allegation is “beyond hard to believe.”
    “It’s almost incredulous, there’s no way I could believe such a thing,” Sparks told SF Weekly. “He’s always been one of my heroes, and he’s the epitome of a human rights activist — this is [the] man who coined phrases we use in our daily language. I support Larry 100 percent, hopefully it will all come out in the investigation.”
    Police have only said they are still investigating the case.
    rmurray@nydailynews.co

  10. DK

    Hi Elaine,

    Merry Christmas!

    Although I am not a Christian I wish everyone a Merry Christmas since I appreciate a good party.

    When it comes to religion I don’t know if there is a life after death or not.
    But I do know that when someone wants 10 percent of my income to give me the answers I start to smell snake oil salesmen.

  11. emsnews

    Hint to anti-gay comment people: MEN RAPE. Period. Women can do this too. HUMANS RAPE. Denying gays who are not rapists their civil rights doesn’t stop gay or straight men from raping women, children, dogs, whatever. End of story.

    Otherwise, are you all suggesting (the ‘gays rape people’ writers) that all men should be castrated to prevent rape? As per usual, we pass laws that punish all rapists. There is a reason for this. Laws punish criminals, not punish all people whether they did or did not do something. I hope everyone understands why we have laws protecting the civil rights of everyone and this includes the right to not be raped by ANY male or female human.

    Easy to understand, no?

  12. Blooming

    I agree with your comments about rape. I just want to add something. You write, “The real horror is how many closet right wing gays rape boys. The recent scandal at Penn State is typical.”

    I doubt Sandusky and others like him are closet gays. We all know that gays (loving the same gender) and pedophilia against kids of either sex are two entirely different things. I think confusion happens because ONE of the ways SOME gay couples share sexual intimacy is mimicked by pedophiles for chakra disturbance and power and terror over children (spiritual beings still pure and innocent).

    I like your work, Elaine – thank you and wishing you a Happy New Year.

  13. emsnews

    The joy of tormenting the innocent is an expression of evil: power over the powerless is EASY. Raping a child is very easy. I was raped when I was a child.

    My lesson from that was to learn how to fight fiercely and not fear death. To counteract the downside of fighting, I have severe rules. The assailant gets first attack unless armed with a gun, of course. That is, they get to move towards me and threaten me before I unleash on them.

    Also, I know when to stop, always demand a surrender and then I stop when they relax and yield completely. Of course, calling the cops is a primary step in all this, I much prefer they do the hard work for me.

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