Thursday, December 04, 2008

And The Foundation Begins For The Round-Up Of Our Priests
And away we go!

Here's some of the article from the less-than-objective folks at Reuters; (Emphasis mine)
Vatican attacked for opposing gay decriminalisation

VATICAN CITY, Dec 2 (Reuters) - Gay rights groups and newspaper editorials on Tuesday condemned the Vatican for its decision to oppose a proposed U.N. resolution calling on governments worldwide to de-criminalise homosexuality.

The row erupted after the Vatican's permanent observer to the United Nations told a French Catholic news agency the Holy See would oppose the resolution, which France is due to propose later this month on behalf of the 27-member European Union.

Archbishop Celestino Migliore said the Vatican opposed the resolution because it would
"add new categories of those protected from discrimination" and could lead to reverse discrimination against traditional heterosexual marriage.

"If adopted, they would create new and implacable discriminations," Migliore said. "For example, states which do not recognise same-sex unions as 'matrimony' will be pilloried and made an object of pressure," Migliore said.

A strongly worded editorial in Italy's mainstream La Stampa newspaper said the Vatican's reasoning was "grotesque".

Pointing out that homosexuality was still punishable by death in some Islamic countries, the editorial said what the Vatican really feared was a "chain reaction in favour of legally recognised homosexual unions in countries, like Italy, where there is currently no legislation".

Franco Grillini, founder and honorary president of Arcigay, Italy's leading gay rights group, said the Vatican's reasoning smacked of "total idiocy and madness".

Human rights groups say homosexuality is still punishable by law in more than 85 countries and by death in a number of them, including Afghanistan, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Sudan and Yemen. Vatican spokesman Rev Federico Lombardi said "no one wants the death penalty or jail or fines for homosexuals" but defended Migliore's comments, adding that the Vatican was in the majority on the issue.

An editorial in Rome's left-leaning La Repubblica newspaper said the Vatican's position "leaves one dumbstruck". Margherita Boniver, a leading member of the Italy's leftist Democratic Party, called it "alarmingly anachronistic".

The Catholic Church teaches that while homosexuality is not sinful, homosexual acts are. But in October, a leading Vatican official called homosexuality "a deviation, an irregularity and a wound".
To read what this resolution is really all about, here some info from the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission; The resolution recognizes the existence of sexual orientation-based discrimination around the world; affirms that such discrimination contravenes what has been established in all major human rights instruments; and calls all governments to promote and protect the human rights of people, regardless of their sexual orientation.The resolution provides activists with another tool to hold states accountable to respect, protect and fulfill human rights of LGBT people.Only the most rabid of Fagscists would dream in their fevered imaginations, that The Catholic Church would demand death (or any other civil or criminal penalty) for active homosexuality.

Hey, if these guys want to sodomize themselves to death... that's their call. Just don't expect me or anyone else to accept these deviants sloshing their penises around in other guys feces filled rectums as "normal". Yes, it really is as simple as that.

5 Comments:

Blogger Mark said...

It's high time to strike down those anachronistic laws penalizing drug and alchohol use too! WTH, Gambling, smoking, and littering while we're at it...

2:11 PM  
Blogger the Egyptian said...

http://www.eyeblast.tv/public/checker.aspx?v=ydprIr6Ueu

You have got to see this, the Christmas crib is hate speech. these atheist are a bunch of s--ts

5:03 PM  
Blogger Vir Speluncae Orthodoxae said...

While we're at it, lets bring back dueling! Where does it end? What "rights" are being denied of these brown pipe engineers? They can marry, they just have to follow the rules we all do. What goes for Cavey goes double for me.

And for you enablers reading this, Christianity will NEVER be appealing to them because it says NO to buggery and demands restraint. This flies in the face of their bugger or die mentality.

7:08 PM  
Blogger TCN said...

Human rights? What the h&*# does putting one's member up the backside of another have to do with human rights? This distortion comes from worshiping one's own penis rather than the Lord Our God. And please, God, remind these heathen that what they love the most on earth is what they will get in the hereafter, so to speak.

Now, will the Church please get back to being the One Holy Apostolic Church and just boot these clowns to the door and be done with it? Ignore these squeaky wheels and they will go away.

Just my opinion, of course.

10:06 PM  
Blogger Simplex Vir said...

Mark I will give you one better, lets strike down those laws penalizing corporations, and the people that work for them, for CO2 emissions. Just because most people think that CO2 emissions are spread through wasteful use of resources does not mean that people are at fault. I mean if homosexuals cannot be blamed for the spread of aids, then how can the average person be blamed for green house gases. Seems to me the logic is the same.

Cake and eat it too I am guessing!

11:35 PM  

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