Tuesday, March 30, 2010

O. K. The Pope-bashing is getting silly.

The pope-bashing has now gotten officially silly:

With the Roman Catholic Church now supposedly responsible for every evil on the planet, it came as no surprise to read in the Jerusalem Post that the Vatican “aided” Adolf Eichmann’s escape to Argentina. This accusation is made annually by hacks eager to do their bit of pontiff-baiting, but unfortunately for them, it is complete tosh.

One would think that, with all the bizarre accusations against the Joos through the years, nay, centuries, the Jerusalem Post would know a silly conspiracy theory when it saw one. But apparently not.

Meanwhile, I have it on good authority that the Council for Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission, the CIA, the Illuminati, the Elders of Zion, Goldman Sachs, the Mormons – you know, all those Jewish groups – conspired with the Vatican, Dick Cheney and Bush (of course) to assassinate JFK, cause 9-11, and smuggle Obama into Hawaii immediately after his birth in Kenya.

You heard it here first.

Now, for a slightly more thoughtful look at the recent Pope-bashing, I direct you to the Anchoress. Her post is the most thoughtful and personal take on the subject I’ve read.

No comments: