you sound like an illegitimate offspring of these gay criminals, can you recognize which one?<quoted text>
Then buzz off because you are lowering the tone
Yesterday we learned the real reason for the Pope’s resignation: The Church has been penetrated, at its highest levels, by a homosexual embezzlement ring. According to Dr. Robert Moynihan of Inside the Vatican magazine, a secret report on the homosexual crime ring, and associated blackmail problems, was given to the Pope on December 17. This report, Dr. Moynihan tells us,“overwhelmed his spirit within him” and “made his heart desolate.”(The original source of these revelations, which Dr. Moynihan seemingly confirms, was an article in La Republica.)
Why didn’t the Pope simply fire the malefactors? Apparently, like the criminal banks that are “too big to fail,” the larcenous pederasts in the Church are “too big to fire.” In other words, the Catholic Church has been taken over by an organized crime ring of embezzlers and sexual deviants.
The Catholic Church, the largest and most powerful religious organization on earth, has long seen itself as the moral guardian of the Western world. Despite a long history of scandals, the Church has always retained its status as the source of moral authority for the world’s Catholics, who currently number 1.2 billion.
But Pope Benedict’s resignation - a tacit admission that even the absolute ruler of the church is powerless in the face of the Vatican’s “untouchable” gay crime ring - raises the ancient but always-relevant question: Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? Who will guard the guardians?