Thursday, July 06, 2006

Vatican fights, Lambeth surrenders

Anti-dhimmitude from the Catholic Church:
"Enough now with this turning the other cheek! It's our duty to protect ourselves." Thus spoke Monsignor Velasio De Paolis, secretary of the Vatican’s supreme court, referring to Muslims. Explaining his apparent rejection of Jesus’ admonition to his followers to "turn the other cheek," De Paolis noted that "The West has had relations with the Arab countries for half a century... and has not been able to get the slightest concession on human rights."


Puts this lot to shame:
the Church of England is considering rejecting England's patron saint St George on the grounds that his image is too warlike and may offend Muslims.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Clematis Fraud said...

I do so hope that C of E votes to replace George with Alban as patron saint of England.

We all have a duty to offend those who are offended by the Cross of St George. If there are official moves to change the flag or saint, there will be a terrific bun-fight and we will have ample opportunity to insult those parties whom we love to hate (e.g. the MCB/MAB/CND/Respect et al, Gordon Brown and the Labour Party, the liberal media, the bureaucratic elite, and so on).

Bring it on, clerical numpties!

12:58 pm  

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