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Go to: Pope 'could cancel UK visit' over 'offensive' Foreign Office memo

Mr. Forrest's Avatar Jump to comment 53 by Mr. Forrest

Oh boo fucking hoo Benny. It's about time you served some fucking jailtime, now get in the fecking sack, ya nonce-protecting old senile piece of human garbage.

Oh was that offensive? Well fuck you and all the people who are willing to make excuses for and help cover up crimes against thousands, maybe even millions of children.

I know I'm just venting, but I do so hope Richard's efforts to have this criminal brought to justice succeeds.

Sun, 25 Apr 2010 20:37:00 UTC | #462809

Go to: Colombia cardinal defends church's abuse policies

Mr. Forrest's Avatar Jump to comment 7 by Mr. Forrest

"since I'm not stupid, I don't tell everything I know. Only drunks, children and idiots tell, and I'm not a child, nor a drunk, nor stupid."

oh, so it's a cosa nostra thing, eh? I ain't saying nuttin'! You, mr. colombian fucktard cardinal, are a horrible human being and I hope you die in agony.

Sun, 25 Apr 2010 12:22:00 UTC | #462628

Go to: We Can't Let the Pope Decide Who's a Criminal

Mr. Forrest's Avatar Jump to comment 8 by Mr. Forrest

@ diacanu:

I prefer Darth Ratzinger, Pedo-pope or a simple "hey, fuckface!" myself, but Joey Rats is a good one, makes you think of some two-bit thug, which is right around the level of respect he deserves anyway.

Mon, 12 Apr 2010 21:37:00 UTC | #458651

Go to: Ratzinger is the Perfect Pope

Mr. Forrest's Avatar Jump to comment 207 by Mr. Forrest

Calling for the investigations of crime is lynch mob mentality now?!

Come off it, most of us are fucking enraged by the RCC and their sick antics but you wont see a SINGLE fucking angry lynch-mob form on the basis of whats been said on this forum, I will guarantee that right now.
We're rightfully indignant and angry at the RCC. We think stern measures should be taken against the church for it's role in obstructing justice and destoying the lives of children, but I don't see that as unreasonable at all.

Honestly all this talk of the "tone" of the debate is bollocks. We have EVERY right to express our anger and frustration and I honestly think we should. If we're mealy-mouthed on this th RCC will laugh and shrug us off, we need to dig our fangs into this and not let go until justice is served.

Honestly I get the vibe that you want us to sit quietly by, protesting only moderately. Don't want us to get "uppity" now. And yeah I used that term deliberately because if people are not allowed to speak out in whatever manner they please (short of incitement to violence), they are opressed by definition.

The civil rights movement would have never gotten anything done if they had worried about their tone, and neither can we. It is naïve in the extreme to think anything will come from courteous dialoge with the RCC, we need to use every tool at our disposal, critisism, ridicule, condemnation, legal challenges, sarcasm, satire, mockery, evidence (legal AND scientific) and fullblown, uninhibited, in-your-face truth. (Eg. "you disgusting fucks let child rapists get away with it for decades, Why the fuck should we listen to anything you have to say?" or "The Catholic church is a criminal organisation full of pedophiles and people so unconcerned for childrens welfare or justice that they would allow KNOWN PEDOPHILES access to children and provide de facto immunity from prosecution"

There Is no excuse for not speaking out as loudly and as forcefully as you can on this issue. THEY RAPED CHILDREN, we have to make sure that the people responsible are held to account by a court of law.

Tue, 30 Mar 2010 21:41:00 UTC | #454175

Go to: Pope Mass hints at fightback against abuse critics

Mr. Forrest's Avatar Jump to comment 46 by Mr. Forrest


W T F ?!

That's the sort of response that should drive catholics away from the church in their millions. Why aren't they all leaving, why would you be a part of an organisation capable of doing such vile deeds?
Indoctrination is a powerful thing.

Mon, 29 Mar 2010 22:52:00 UTC | #453813

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