Media brushes off retiring paedopope and priests as ‘gay’.

The best way to hide paedophile acts is to colour them in as ‘gay’.  Cameron instantly called it ‘a homophobic witchhunt’ when he was challenged by Philip Schofield on the BBC about ‘paedophile rings at No 10’.  Now the pope’s being offered the same get-out clause.  The offending priests are gay, not paedophiles, OK.  All of this has nothing to do with him personally of course, although this is why he had to retire all of a sudden.  You know it makes sense.


Papal resignation linked to inquiry 

into ‘Vatican gay officials’, says paper

Pope’s staff decline to confirm or deny La Repubblica claims linking ‘Vatileaks’ affair and discovery of ‘blackmailed gay clergy’

A Swiss guard at the Vatican
The Vatican is awhirl with rumours about the pope’s decision to retire. Photograph: Filippo Monteforte/AFP/Getty Images

 in Rome
A potentially explosive report has linked the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI to the discovery of a network of gay prelates in the Vatican, some of whom – the report said – were being blackmailed by outsiders.
The pope’s spokesman declined to confirm or deny the report, which was carried by the Italian daily newspaper La Repubblica.
The paper said the pope had taken the decision on 17 December that he was going to resign – the day he received a dossier compiled by three cardinals delegated to look into the so-called “Vatileaks” affair.
Last May Pope Benedict’s butler, Paolo Gabriele, was arrested and charged with having stolen and leaked papal correspondence that depicted the Vatican as a seething hotbed of intrigue and infighting.
According to La Repubblica, the dossier comprising “two volumes of almost 300 pages – bound in red” had been consigned to a safe in the papal apartments and would be delivered to the pope’s successor upon his election.
The newspaper said the cardinals described a number of factions, including one whose members were “united by sexual orientation”.
In an apparent quotation from the report, La Repubblica said some Vatican officials had been subject to “external influence” from laymen with whom they had links of a “worldly nature”. The paper said this was a clear reference to blackmail.
It quoted a source “very close to those who wrote [the cardinal’s report]” as saying: “Everything revolves around the non-observance of the sixth and seventh commandments.”
The seventh enjoins against theft. The sixth forbids adultery, but is linked in Catholic doctrine to the proscribing of homosexual acts.
La Repubblica said the cardinals’ report identified a series of meeting places in and around Rome. They included a villa outside the Italian capital, a sauna in a Rome suburb, a beauty parlour in the centre, and a former university residence that was in use by a provincial Italian archbishop.
Father Federico Lombardi, the Vatican spokesman, said: “Neither the cardinals’ commission nor I will make comments to confirm or deny the things that are said about this matter. Let each one assume his or her own responsibilities. We shall not be following up on the observations that are made about this.”

TAP – In other words, please make all this publicity go away, and we can get back to paedophile rape in silence just like we always did before.

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2 Responses to “Media brushes off retiring paedopope and priests as ‘gay’.”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I studies at the royal college
    and have relevent degrees etc
    and kids who are abused, boys and girls as in the savile case
    always go for the rectum, a e “gay sex ” homosexuals do this, not normally sexed people
    Jason Cannon

  2. Anonymous says:

    we grew up a country kids, and a good old protection against homosexuals was said to be half an onion in your pocket, mum always puta piece of onion in our school blazers and never had any problems with homosexuals thank god

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