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GUEST,Steamin' Willie BS: Another Classic of Papal Infallibility (130* d) RE: BS: Another Classic of Papal Infallibility 13 Jan 12

Lets all take the piss out of those who don't have the intelligence to think for themselves eh?

Problem is, there are more of them than us for starters. Secondly, a few million lemmings can't be wrong.

Limbo, the place where you rot if your parents don't manage to baptise you. The pathetic cruelty of religious bigotry is beyond me, beyond the pail and beyond reason.

Interestingly, whilst good men like Joe Offer make excuses for it by denouncing whilst representing, we will never even begin to throw the concept of religion in the dustbin in which it belongs.

The Pope is a man. Not some deity, but a man with he same number of balls as the rest of us. Only he chooses to use his in a verbal rather than reproductive sense. He speaks of Jesus as if any church has ever represented the fabled love one another piety of the imaginary Nazerene.

Bad enough that Jesus is a product of over active imagination. I could live with that but every Pope, every Archbishop of Canterbury puts bigotry and controlling the masses above Jesus and in the name of Jesus.

Kind of cheapens the brand, don't you think?

Oh, and every religious prat who says kindness to others and altruism is something to do with religion has a permanent place on my shit list. I try to live my life with a set of moral values yet I don't believe in any religious nonsense. By that reckoning, I must be as superhuman as Jesus. Although rather than worship me, just buy me the odd pint and you will be saved. Trust me.

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