Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Gay Sex-maniac Cardinals Will Elect Next Pope


Gay Sex-maniac Cardinals Will Elect Next Pope
Sunday, February 24, 2013 4:11

Four priests accuse Cardinal Keith O'Brien of UK of sexual harassment, demanding his resignation. The four harassed priests, from the diocese of St Andrews and Edinburgh, complained to the Pope's representative to Britain, nuncio Antonio Mennini, giving details of the cardinal's sexual attacks.

Many priests complain about sexual contacts of bishops. Many describe unwanted behavior by bishops, especially after late-night drinking. Some sex-maniac bishops use night prayers as an excuse for inappropriate sexual contact.

Cardinal O'Brien has been the Archbishop of St Andrews and Edinburgh since 1985. He is also the president of the Bishops' Conference of Scotland. He has been an outspoken opponent of plans to legalize same-sex marriage and was named bigot of the year by gay rights charity Stonewall last November.

Cardinal O'Brien will have a say in who succeeds Pope Benedict when the pontiff stands down on February 28. O'Brien is UK's only representative in the election for a successor of Benedict. O'Brien has not yet decided who should be elected as Pope during the conclave, which is expected to be held next month. O'Brien believes it’s time for a younger pope from the Third World, where the Catholic faith is thriving.

American Catholics have signed a petition calling on Cardinal Roger Mahony to not participate in the election for the next Pope. Mahony has been accused of helping priests suspected of sexual abuse to escape detection. Mahony’s Los Angeles archdiocese has paid out many millions of dollars in compensation to victims of child sex abuse.

Benedict was overwhelmed when presented with evidence of a network of gay sex-maniac bishops who did not only engage in illicit homosexual relations with outsiders, but let themselves be blackmailed by their gay lovers.Among the listed locations for trysts were saunas, beauty parlors, church offices, and homes of bishops.

It was then that Pope decided that he could not carry on, declaring that he was no longer suited to the demands of the job during his resignation speech earlier this month.The transfer of Ettore Balestrero, a senior clergyman, to a new prestigious post in Colombia, is intended to get him out of the Vatican after unnamed transgressions.

Vatileaks exposed the Papacy’s spiritual home as a highly-factionalized breeding ground for gossip, plotting and dirty tricks. Even those who leaked the revelations themselves were suspected to be jockeying for position within the Holy See. Benedictwas never the same after that. It was like shooting Achilles in the heel.

Pope Benedict has penalized himself to house arrest when he resigns, because he is scared of indignants. Benedict’s continued presence in the Vatican is necessary, otherwise he might be defenseless. He wouldn't have his immunity, his prerogatives, his security, if he is anywhere else.  It is absolutely necessary that he stays in the Vatican, in order for Benedict to have a dignified existence in his remaining years, away from the indignation of degraded women and molested children.

Good riddance! Pope Benedict has been a backward pope, polarizing than unifying Catholics. Benedict never managed to grow beyond the conservative professor of theology Joseph Ratzinger. The pope did not build bridges. His election led to an increasing split within the Church. On the one side were the disappointed advocates of long-overdue reform. On the other were the fundamentalists and misogynists.

The pope's potential exposure to legal claims over the Catholic Church's sexual abuse scandals might put Benedict in big trouble outside the walls of Vatican. In 2010, for example, Benedict was named as a defendant in a law suit alleging that he failed to take action as a cardinal in 1995 when he was told about a priest who had abused boys at a U.S. school for the deaf decades earlier.

There is now a schism within the Conference of Bishops. During his years in office, Pope Benedict could not stop the misogyny of bishops. His efforts to address the abuse scandals that rocked the Catholic Church all over the world were too little, too late. He and his bishops never managed to regain the trust subsequently lost.

If Benedict lived anywhere else then we might have those indignants who are filing lawsuits, or some magistrate might arrest him like other former heads of state have been for acts while he was head of state. After he resigns, Benedict will no longer be the sovereign monarch of the State of Vatican, which is surrounded by Rome, but will retain Vatican citizenship and residency.

Even the most loyal Catholics don't trust their own bishops. Once hailed as a sophisticate, the head of the Church morphed into a leader who lurched on the international stage from one unfortunate mishap to another. Joseph Ratzinger was not cut out to head a religulous community of a billion people.

There have been repeated calls for Benedict's arrest over sexual abuse in the Catholic Church. When Benedict went to Britain in 2010, famous British scientist Richard Dawkins asked authorities to arrest the pope to face questions over the Church's child abuse scandal. Dawkins commissioned lawyers to explore ways of taking legal action against the pope. The innovative legal efforts of Dawkins came to nothing, because the pope was a head of state and so enjoyed diplomatic immunity.

Many Catholics have long yearned for an end to the Ratzinger era, no matter who might succeed him. It remains to be seen whether bishops will have more confidence than before to follow a more independent path. But there will certainly be more room for risk taking. Benedict's resignation offers the Catholic Church a new chance to free itself from misogyny and to finally find a way to begin resolving the deep crisis facing Catholics.

In 2011, victims of sexual abuse by the clergy asked the International Criminal Court to investigate the pope and three Vatican officials over sexual abuse. The New York-based rights group Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) and another group, Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP), filed a complaint with the ICC alleging that Vatican officials committed crimes against humanity because they tolerated and enabled sex crimes.

Benedict, particularly in his previous job at the head of the Vatican's doctrinal department, turned a blind eye to the overall policies of local Churches, which moved abusers from parish to parish instead of defrocking them and handing them over to authorities.

Benedict leaves office with a stain on his legacy because he was in positions of power in the Vatican for more than three decades, first as a cardinal and then as pope, and should have done more.

Former archbishop of Los Angeles, Cardinal Roger Mahony, was stripped by his successor of all public and administrative duties after a thousands of pages of files detailing abuse in the 1980s were made public.  Mahony, who was archbishop of Los Angeles from 1985 until 2011, has apologized for mistakes he made as archbishop, saying he had not been equipped to deal with the problem of sexual misconduct involving children. In 2007, the Los Angeles archdiocese, which serves four million Catholics, reached a $660 million civil settlement with more than 500 victims of child molestation, the biggest agreement of its kind in the United States.

Bishops have corrupted Jesus’s doctrine.  Bishops might be pro-Christ, but they are definitely anti-Jesus.  Jesus is a legend, but Christ is a myth!  Jesus on the other side must be very upset with bishops, because they call him names, such as Christ and Theanthrope!

Dodecatheos of ancient Greece is a much better religion than the Tritheos of Christianity. Tritheos destroyed Dodecatheos and the Graecoroman civilization. If Tritheos was not invented by Paul, we would have been on the Moon one millennium before! Jesus is a legend, born in Nazaret in April of 6 BC, whereas Christ is a myth, born in Bethlehem in December!

Jesus never said he was the only son of God, but we are all children of God. Jesus was the founder of Nazarene Judaism, not Christianity. Resurrection is the biggest lie of Christianity. Misogynist Paul, Peter's boyfriend, is the founder of Christianity! Thomas Jefferson wrote that Paul was the first corrupter of the doctrines of Jesus.

Magdalene, the wife of Jesus, is the most important person of Christianity. She was the smartest and best apostle. She was the only apostle who could understand Jesus completely, and that's why all other twelve apostles were jealous of her. Magdalene is the first bishop of Christianity. Nevertheless, misogynist gay bishops defamed Magdalene in order to restrict hierarchs to males, transforming church leadership to a gay club.

In June 326, Great Constantine had his eldest son Crispus, by Minervina,
poisoned to death. In July, Constantine had his wife, the Empress Fausta, killed at the behest of his mother, Helena. Fausta was left to die in an overheated bath. Nevertheless, Constantine and Helen, the most sinister apes of planet Earth, are the most popular saints of Christianity, because they forced the dogma of Trinity on all citizens of the Roman Empire.

The resurrection myth is based on the meme of a dying-and-rising god, a generic category for deities found within agrarian societies who are the focus of myths and rituals representing the annual death and rebirth of the deity. All myths are echoes of rituals, and all rituals have as their primordial purpose the manipulation of natural phenomena by means of sympathetic magic.  Resurrection is part of the transpersonal symbolism of the collective unconscious.

In 1966 John Lennon claimed the Beatles were more popular than Jesus. Lennon said: Christianity will go. It will vanish and shrink. I needn't argue with that; I'm right and I will be proved right. We're more popular than Jesus now; I don't know which will go first, rock and roll or Christianity. Jesus was all right, but his disciples were thick and ordinary. It's them twisting it that ruins it for me. 

Lennon uttered those fateful words at the height of Beatlemania. The British Invasion happened to also coincide with the decline of Christianity, especially in England, and especially amongst the younger generations. The mass hysteria of Beatlemania was analogous to religious ecstasy. Many fans truly saw the Beatles as musical messiahs. John, Paul, George, and Ringo reported that fans would bring sick people to their concerts, in the belief that the band had a divine healing presence.

Stung by myriad charges of clergy sexual abuse, corruption, orgies, and coverup that reach the pope, patriarchs, and archbishops, churches face a crisis of empty pews and empty coffers. Churches need to address their own failures, acknowledge their own guilt, ask for forgiveness, and heal as a family. Apostates of Christianity outnumber converts by four-to-one.  A poll of http://venitism.blogspot.com shows 30% of people are unaffiliated, 25% Christians, 20% Muslims, 14% Hindus, 7% Buddhists, and 1% Jews.

The Institute for Works of Religion (IOR), aka Vatican Bank, is a very corrupt bank involved in money laundering, braberies, and mafia business. President Gotti Tedeschi's abrupt firing from IOR came one day after Pope Benedict's butler, Paolo Gabriele, was arrested in the most clamorous chapter so far of Vatileaks scandal, in which sensitive documents have appeared in the media, including some related to the IOR's transparency bid. Vatileaks show a conflict among top Vatican officials over just how transparent the bank should be.

JP Morgan closed the IOR's account, because IOR was involved in money laundering. Italy's financial police found a dossier compiled by Tedeschi concerning his nearly three years at the helm of IOR. Magistrates also questioned Tedeschi about a separate money-laundering investigation that began in 2010 when they froze 23 million euros the IOR held in an Italian bank. IOR does everything from helping rich Italians avoid taxes to laundering money for the Mafia and for people who want to pay bribes to Italian politicians.



IOR's most infamous scandal involved the collapse thirty years ago of the Banco Ambrosiano, with money-laundering, mafiosi, and the mysterious death of Ambrosiano chairman Roberto Calvi, aka God’s Banker. IOR held a stake in the Ambrosiano, and IOR was responsible for the Ambrosiano's fraudulent bankruptcy. IOR paid $250 million hush money to creditors. Calvi was hanged by the mafia under Blackfriars Bridge near London's financial district. Calvi’s hanging still hangs like an albatross around the bank's neck. As the pope looks down from his apartment in the Apostolic Palace onto the IOR offices in the Tower of Nicholas V below, he can see all the infamous mafiosi entering his unholy bank!

The quick trial of Gabriele by Vatican cardinals was seen as a whitewash, concerned only with the specifics of how he obtained the documents, not why, but Benedict did order a deeper investigation by three trusted cardinals.  It was apparently their report, which showed the situation as even worse than assumed, that tipped the Benedict’s hand.

The other insurmountable embarrassment of 2012 was theinterconnected but separate failure of the Vatican Bank to get on the white list of Moneyval, the EU’s banking compliance commission that had criticized the lack of transparency at the institution,something Vatileaks amply confirmed.

Benedict was forced to abandon his post, unable to stem the tide of revelations, and possibly facing censure for personal mistakes, if not in deeds, then in appointing corrupt men to high places.He could content himself with doing very little except praying, but because the people he had in place were not adequate, instead of removing them, he removed himself.  Benedict was on the verge of disgrace, not only due to Vatileaks, but also as a result of the sexual abuse allegations rocking the church.

There is little doubt that Benedict served a calamitous eight years as the spiritual leader of the Catholic Church. His time in charge has lurched from public relations disasters, to damaging revelations, to endless lawsuits from all corners of the world.

The Vatican’s instinctive response to crisis situations has been to close ranks, hide information and try to deal with transgressions internally, something that simply amplifies the scale of any misdeed once the truth inevitably emerges in this telecommunications age.  Benedict was not a successful communicator, often on the defensive after making pronouncements on the most routine issues, and regarded as out-of-touch and uncharismatic.  Benedict was never the right man for the Papacy, but at least he knew his limitations.