The Catholic Church Welcomes a Holocaust Denier

I knew the Catholics were having trouble finding enough people to be clergy, but I didn’t think things had gotten this bad (HT: Pam’s House Blend):

I believe that the historical evidence — the historical evidence — is hugely against six million Jews having been deliberately gassed in gas chambers as a deliberate policy of Adolph Hitler… I believe there were no gas chambers.

Those are some choice words from Richard Williamson, one of four bishops excommunicated 20 years ago after being appointed by the breakaway archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, and whose excommunication Pope Benedict has now lifted. Here are some other viewpoints of Williamson’s. First, there’s the ever-popular “The Jews are responsible for all the wars in the world” meme:

By lies, Judeo-Masonry brought about the first two World Wars… By lies, Judeo-Masonry is preparing for the Third World War. (source)

He says that homosexuality naturally evokes a “violent repugnance”, that homosexual behavior is a sin “crying to Heaven for vengeance”, and favors us with the following quote, which I swear I’m not making up:

“Oh, but Our Lord had chawity, (unlike thumwun we know who wath tho nathty to Pwintheth Di!). Our Lord loved thinnerth, and faggotth, and tho thould we!!” So runs the objection! (source)

Predictably, he thinks that women should not receive higher education:

…because of all kinds of natural reasons, almost no girl should go to any university!

The deep-down reason is the same as for the wrongness of women’s trousers [yes, he's also against those —Ebonmuse]: the unwomaning of woman. The deep-down cause in both cases is that Revolutionary man has betrayed modern woman; since she is not respected and loved for being a woman, she tries to make herself a man. Since modern man does not want her to do what God meant her to do, namely to have children, she takes her revenge by invading all kinds of things that man is meant to do. (source)

And just for good measure, how about throwing in some 9/11 conspiracy lunacy as well?

None of you believe that 9-11 is what it was presented to be. It was, of course, the two towers came down, but it was absolutely for certain not two airplanes which brought down those two towers. They were professionally demolished by a series of demolition charges from top to bottom of the towers. (source)

Make no mistake about it: By personally lifting this man’s excommunication and welcoming him back into the fold, Benedict has sent an unmistakable message that he, and by extension the entire Catholic church, condones sentiments like this. His decision signals that these views are acceptable ones for a Catholic bishop to have. (Meanwhile, Catholics who believe that women should be ordained or that being gay is not a sin continue to be persona non grata to the leadership.)

Based on decisions like this one, it appears that whatever progress was achieved by John Paul II, this pope intends to roll it all back and then some. Even as the world advances, Benedict is deliberately moving the church backwards, as if intending to position it as a bulwark against modernity. And if that’s what he wants, so be it. Nothing could better support the atheist contention that the Catholic church is an archaic and obsolete institution.

As parishes shrink and the church fades, ultraconservatives like Benedict are bent on accelerating the decline, by promoting the attitudes that have led to so many people leaving in the first place. They may well wind up presiding over a tiny and hardened remnant, one that matches their medieval vision but is otherwise irrelevant, as the rest of the world progresses in its moral outlook and ultimately leaves them behind.

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  • http://cannonballjones.wordpress.com/ Cannonball Jones

    Personally I think this is great news and hope it’s broadcast far and wide. Nothing undermines ridiculous viewpoints as thoroughly and quickly as public ridicule and that’s surely what this will attract.

    oh wait, I forgot this was the real world and not a single damn person will pay attention…

  • chancelikely

    “Judeo-Masonry”?

    I’m always interested in conspiracy theories I didn’t know existed, and that phrase in quotes gets 1700 hits on Google. And looking over some of the hits, hoo boy. Apparently John Paul II was in on the conspiracy. Who knew?

    Anyone want to ask him what he thinks of Barack Obama’s eligibility to be President? Or who killed Kennedy?

  • Christopher

    Or who killed Kennedy?

    Kennedy is yesterday’s news – I want to know if he thinks the devil is behind a UFO cover-up at Area 51!

  • Alex Weaver

    As parishes shrink and the church fades, ultraconservatives like Benedict are bent on accelerating the decline, by promoting the attitudes that have led to so many people leaving in the first place. They may well wind up presiding over a tiny and hardened remnant, one that matches their medieval vision but is otherwise irrelevant, as the rest of the world progresses in its moral outlook and ultimately leaves them behind.

    If that’s the way things go, I’m worried that in 20-40 years the Vatican will have a nuclear weapons program.

  • Chet

    What else did you expect from the Nazi Pope, Ebon?

  • Polly

    Sounds about right for the Catholic church. What’s next, deny the inquisition?

    Yes indeed Our Lord loved sinners, but not in their sirs

    Anyone else notice this?

  • velkyn

    there’s been a debate on whether to continue to keep Auschwitz intact or leave it crumble. This idiot priest and his pope are the best reasons to keep it around.

  • Nurse Ingrid

    “The deep-down reason is the same as for the wrongness of women’s trousers”

    Not to dwell on a relatively petty issue in the midst of so much hideous evil, but this cracked me right up. Does this guy know anything at all about this history of fashion? Has he ever seen an old sculpture or painting? This alleged “men wear the pants” setup can’t be more than a few hundred years old. Any farther back and pretty much everyone is wearing some sort of tunic or robe. I mean, in most religious paintings, Jesus Christ and the Virgin Mary are basically wearing the same outfit. And what about the dresses worn by the pope, bishops, and cardinals, even now?

    Abomination, I say! Besides, my friends do much better drag than they do.

  • Leum

    I haven’t been able to tell from what I’ve read here and elsewhere, so can anyone tell me if Williamson is just having his excommunication lifted, or is he being made a bishop, too?

  • Joffan

    Leum, this Times article implies that he is brought back into the Catholic Church as a bishop, although as you say it isn’t explicit.

  • nfpendleton

    Why are pants “unwomanly?” Are we stuck in the militaristic Cold War proto-fascist 1950s USA? Am I “unmanly” because I don’t wear a flat top and trousers up to my armpits?

    And since when were Jews allowed to join the Masons?

    This degenerate atheist demands answers!

  • http://thegreenbelt.blogspot.com The Ridger

    It’s not pants per se, it’s “dressing like a man”. If men wore tunics and women pants, he’d be railing against women in skirts.

    Is it just me, or does this sound like the GOP’s lurch to the right? With luck, both signal the oncoming irrelevancy of the institutions.

  • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/daylightatheism Ebonmuse

    I mean, in most religious paintings, Jesus Christ and the Virgin Mary are basically wearing the same outfit. And what about the dresses worn by the pope, bishops, and cardinals, even now?

    Maybe Williamson believes it doesn’t make you gay just as long as you wear pants under the dress.

  • http://she-who-chatters.blogspot.com/ D

    The deep-down cause in both cases is that Revolutionary man has betrayed modern woman; since she is not respected and loved for being a woman, she tries to make herself a man.

    what?! This is perhaps the most asininely backwards, overtly sexist, willfully ignorant statement I have heard in a while. I have an idea: how about we do what we like, and this guy’s an idiot?

    What is wrong with this toolbag? What is wrong with Benedict?! Can even he not perceive the abject lunacy in this deranged throwback?

    Well, whatever. I’m with you, Ebonmuse – these guys are doing our work for us.

  • abusedbypenguins

    A gay drunk staggers in church and plops down in a pew just before the bishop strolls down the aisle swinging his incence pot. The drunk takes one look at the sharp dressed dude, reaches over to tug on on his sleeve and says “Say, sweetie I really do like your dress but your purse is on fire.” On another note; as I see the very religious people dressed in their costumes; priests, nuns(penguins), amish, muslems and the white guys from Jamaica(hassidic(sp) jews) the only thing that they are missing are the trick-or-treet bags.

  • Leum

    The churches may be doing our work for us, but I wish they wouldn’t.

  • lpetrich

    I think that Bishop Williamson thinks that women ought to be submissive baby machines, and that women doing anything assertive are acting male. That’s likely his objection to women wearing pants; he thinks that it’s women dressing in a male fashion.

    It’s certainly interesting that over the last 4 decades or so, many women have taken to wearing pants — even many “femme” or “girlie” women, the sort who are fond of wearing pretty clothes.

    The main Biblical objection I’ve seen is Deut. 22:5, “A woman must not wear men’s clothing, nor a man wear women’s clothing, for the LORD your God detests anyone who does this.” (NIV) But the Bible does not specifically describe what clothing is for what sex.

    A hint as to what men often wore is in Exodus 20:23, “And do not go up to my altar on steps, lest your nakedness be exposed on it.” So you’d expose yourself to an altar if you walked on it?

    Also, priests were to wear special undies: Exodus 28:42, Exodus 39:28, Leviticus 6:10, Leviticus 16:4, Ezekiel 44:18 – as if that was atypical.

    So one concludes that the men of the Old Testament, at least, did not commonly wear pants.

  • prase

    unlike thumwun we know who wath tho nathty to Pwintheth Di!

    The last two words are in Welsh? Can anybody provide translation to standard orthography of thumwun and Pwintheth Di? I can’t figure out the meaning.

  • prase

    I take my request back, finally I’ve deciphered it just after asking.

  • Alex, FCD

    None of you believe that 9-11 is what it was presented to be. It was, of course, the two towers came down, but it was absolutely for certain not two airplanes which brought down those two towers. They were professionally demolished by a series of demolition charges from top to bottom of the towers.

    This I don’t understand at all. Did the US government (or whoever) have a team of commandos rig the building with explosives in 2000 on the off-chance that someone would decide to fly a plane into them? Or did they rig the building to be demolished explosively and then, just for good measure, hire a group of thugs to fly a plane into each of them? (I hope they were paid well!) Were there two groups of conspirators working on a Twin Tower demolition plan independently, who just happened to put their plans into effect on the same date? Inquiring minds want to know!

  • http://gretachristina.typepad.com/ Greta Christina

    And what about the dresses worn by the pope, bishops, and cardinals, even now?

    I’m reminded of the joke: What did the drag queen say to the bishop?

    Nice dress, but your purse is on fire!

  • http://gretachristina.typepad.com/ Greta Christina

    Oops. I didn’t see that abusedbypenguins had already made that joke. Never mind.

  • mikespeir

    It was still funny the second time, Greta.

  • Nurse Ingrid

    “Maybe Williamson believes it doesn’t make you gay just as long as you wear pants under the dress.”

    Please forgive me for planting this image in everyone’s minds, but how exactly do we know WHAT they’ve got on under there?

  • Leum

    We’re all naked under our clothes.

  • velkyn

    you just dont’ wnat to see the priest’s robes caught in his butt crack. Best way to see if someonen is going commando. :)

  • Libby

    Hmmm. It seems that the Catholics have gotten even crazier. I did not know that was possible.

    How can any catholic justify the things said by this Bishop? The pope is infallible in the Catholic church. If he lets this man back into the church, he is validating his atrocious claims and conspiracies.

    crazy.

  • Leum

    The Pope isn’t infallible unless he’s speaking ex cathedra(sp?). That hasn’t been done since the physical assumption of Mary into Heaven was made doctrine fifty odd years ago.

    That’s why I asked if he was being reinstated as a bishop, or just had his excommunication lifted and became a layman. If the latter, then I can’t really fault Benedict, since it isn’t a sin to believe stuff that obviously isn’t true. If the former (which I suspect) then it’s a pretty atrocious decision.

  • Libby

    i love how he’s only infallible when he sits in the special pope chair (or as they say, ex cathedra). As if he loses any human fallibility in his special chair.

  • http://uncyclopedia.org/wiki/User:Modusoperandi Modusoperandi

    the historical evidence — is hugely against six million Jews having been deliberately gassed in gas chambers…
    Trivially true. A bunch of them died of overwork/undernourishment/disease or were shot.

    …as a deliberate policy of Adolph Hitler
    This one is a bit stickier. Granted, my shaky grasp of history is more shake than grasp, but he tended to couch his speeches in loaded speech that implied, rather than ordered, extermination. The Turks get around the Armenian genocide in much the same manner (“Our orders were to walk them at gunpoint out of the area. It’s not our fault that they didn’t bring food or shelter.”)

    The deep-down reason is the same as for the wrongness of women’s trousers…
    I’m with him on this one, but probably for different reasons. I’ve spent most of my adult life trying to get women out of their trousers. Hence, my lengthy arrest record.

    …the unwomaning of woman.”
    What’s he gonna say next, “Boys don’t make passes at girls who wear glasses”?

    …since she is not respected and loved for being a woman, she tries to make herself a man.
    Or she doesn’t like getting dirty when gardening.


    That 9/11 thing is the capper. This is the problem with putting ideology and beliefs over competence and sanity.

    “As parishes shrink and the church fades, ultraconservatives like Benedict are bent on accelerating the decline…”
    He’s not an ultraconservative. Ultraconservative is formed when the five members of Conservaforce combine into one giant robot to combat the nefarious forces of modernity.

    nfpendleton “Am I “unmanly” because I don’t wear a flat top and trousers up to my armpits?”
    Yes.

    “And since when were Jews allowed to join the Masons?”
    Masonry just requires a “belief in a Creator”, if memory serves, it doesn’t specify the character’s name.

    D “What is wrong with Benedict?! Can even he not perceive the abject lunacy in this deranged throwback?”
    Um, is this the first time you’ve been introduced to Ratzinger?

    lpetrich “men of the Old Testament”
    Worst. Calendar. Ever.

    Alex, FCD “Did the US government (or whoever) have a team of commandos rig the building with explosives in 2000 on the off-chance that someone would decide to fly a plane into them?”
    The explosives were planted during construction. I shit you not.

    Leum “That hasn’t been done since the physical assumption of Mary into Heaven was made doctrine fifty odd years ago.”
    The reason that it’s used so rarely is because it’s one of those terrible orthopedic chairs. Also, why did Mary take so long?

  • http://www.myspace.com/driftwoodduo Steve Bowen

    I’ve spent most of my adult life trying to get women out of their trousers.

    I’ve spent most of my adult life trying to get women out of my trousers.”Giggitty, Giggitty”

  • Alex, FCD

    The explosives were planted during construction. I shit you not.

    Ok, but this still leaves the rather large problem of how they knew somebody was going to fly a plane into the building. Is every other tall building in New York also set to blow? Is every other tall building in the United States? Should we look?

  • Alex, FCD

    This just in, Williamson can stay but he has to recant his position on the Holocaust (but not the rest of the crazy stuff). Relevant quote:

    Bishop Williamson, to be admitted to episcopal functions in the Church, must also distance himself in an absolutely unmistakable and public way from his position on the Shoah, which was unknown to the Holy Father in the moment of the lifting of the excommunication. [Emphasis mine]

    I don’t know what would be funnier: Ratzinger is lying and actually expects people to believe him, or Ratzinger is telling the truth and all of his underlings were all too nervous to tell him that he just un-excommunicated is a raving space loon.

  • http://uncyclopedia.org/wiki/User:Modusoperandi Modusoperandi

    Alex, FCD “Ok, but this still leaves the rather large problem of how they knew somebody was going to fly a plane into the building.”
    Two words: planning.

    “Is every other tall building in New York also set to blow? Is every other tall building in the United States? Should we look?”
    I have no idea. It’s not like I’m a Mason or a jewish banker. There’s no secret cabal of white trash behind the scenes (or if there is, they aren’t returning my calls).

  • Quidam

    The “Society of St Pious X of Canada” has removed many of the source links to Williamson’s rants above and just issued a PR:

    We have learned of an interview given by Bishop Richard Williamson, a member of our Society of Saint Pius X, to Swedish television. In this interview, he comments on historical questions, particularly the question of the genocide of Jews by the National Socialists.

    It is obvious that a Catholic bishop can only speak with ecclesiastical authority about matters concerning faith and morals. Our Society claims no authority on other matters. Its mission is the propagation and restoration of
    authentic Catholic doctrine, set forth in the dogmas of the Faith. It is for this that we are known, accepted and esteemed throughout the world.

    We are deeply grieved to see how much harm the violation of this mandate can do to our mission. Bishop Williamson’s statements do not in any way reflect the position of our Society. This is why I have forbidden him, until further notice, to make any public statements on political or historical issues.

    We ask forgiveness of the Sovereign Pontiff and of all people of good will for the dramatic consequences of such an act. While we recognize how inappropriate these declarations were, we can only note with sadness that the incessant accusations against our Society are also obviously intended to discredit it.

    Yeah, that’s right. When we talk about a batshit crazy, holocaust denying, conspiracy theorizing, homophobic Bishop that you appointed to your Society as a fucking Bishop, we’re just trying to discredit you. Good grief, I bet you think this post is about you, dontcha, dontcha?

    Anyway, they can censor the Bishop but his deluded, immoral, fundamentalist ramblings on faith, morals, 911, girls’ trousers and how true girls don’t want to have IDEAS, have been archived on the Wayback machine.

    http://web.archive.org/web/20050505142638/http://www.sspx.ca/Documents/Bishop-Williamson/

    Yes Bishop Fellay. He does claim to be talking about faith and morals – he just wouldn’t recognise a moral if it ran up his trouser leg and bit him. By appointing him as a BISHOP (not a janitor)in your Society and giving him a bully pulpit you discredit your society. Not the people who point out the misogyny, anti-semitism and paranoid delusions.

  • Adam

    This case has been going on since 2006:

    If you’re interested. This article is good:
    http://www.thefloridacatholic.org/pope/pope_articles/20090126_pope_lift_excom.php

    This one explains that, according to canon law, the excommunication had to be lifted!
    http://www.canonlaw.info/2006/02/reconciling-traditionalists.html

    Canon Law, is “Family Law” It is based off of the love of a Father to his children.

    If my child was doing drugs, as a father I would have to kick him out of my house because I do not support that behavior. I would hope that when I do that, he would realize what he did was wrong, and repent, asking me for my forgiveness. As a father, I would want nothing more then for my son to return, and do that: to ask me to come home, and for my forgiveness.

    The excommunicated bishops wrote a letter to the pope doing that same thing. As a father, he welcomed them back into the church to being diologue again.

    The articles I gave you try and explain this., and explain how this does not mean that the Church condones what he said about the holocust.

    What Father would not allow his child back into his home

  • http://whyihatejesus.blogspot.com OMGF

    Adam,

    If my child was doing drugs, as a father I would have to kick him out of my house because I do not support that behavior. I would hope that when I do that, he would realize what he did was wrong, and repent, asking me for my forgiveness.

    You would “have to” kick him out? You couldn’t explain to him what he was doing that you felt was wrong and why? You wouldn’t take him to a drug rehabilitation center? No, you would simply kick him out and “hope” that “he would realize that what he did was wrong, and repent, asking [you] for [your] forgiveness?” If that’s how Catholics think a father should act, it does shed some light on why they think god’s actions are fatherly.

  • Adam

    You would “have to” kick him out? You couldn’t explain to him what he was doing that you felt was wrong and why? You wouldn’t take him to a drug rehabilitation center? No, you would simply kick him out and “hope” that “he would realize that what he did was wrong, and repent, asking [you] for [your] forgiveness?” If that’s how Catholics think a father should act, it does shed some light on why they think god’s actions are fatherly.

    Great point OMGF, and you’re right as a Father, if my children were into drugs, what you said, is exactly what I would do. Your right. But then as some point I would have to draw a line in the sand and say, enough, I love you, the drug rehab is not working, you’re refusing to listen to me or get help, I can not support your behavior, you’re out of the house. I would hope that one day he comes back, but there is nothing else I could do.

    Which is what the Church did with Archbishop Lefebvre. Back and forth they talked and the Church pleaded with him not to ordain those other Bishop’s, but in the end he did, there by excommunicating them all. The Church had to follow up telling them that they’ve excommunicated themselves.

    By they way the Church as also asked Bishop Williamson to publicly retract his statements

  • http://whyihatejesus.blogspot.com OMGF

    I still don’t see the utility of kicking someone out of the house. Instead of providing support and help, you effectively cut them off from everything and make matters worse.

  • Adam

    OMGF,
    I’m guessing you’re not a parent. Maybe you are?

    Sometimes lines in the sand need to be drawn, for the good of the person. As a parent we have rules for everything for my children, one example: Kitchen rules. No playing with knives, don’t run next to the stove, etc.

    Bounderies allow my children to run and play all they want, but they know that when they’re in the kitchen there are rules. Therefore the boundaries give them the freedom to live safely and in good standing with me, their father. This is like the Church and Canon Law

    The Bishops were not so much being kicked out, as deciding to leave.

    In my example, my child has recieved as much support and help as I can give him and still refuses my help. This happens with authority, after a while it can fall onto deaf ears…even if what is being said is the truth. These bishops were given the exact same support, but still decided to go along with the ordinations…knowing full well the consequences…after a while the Church’s Truth was falling onto their deaf ears…I guess they needed to see what it was like outside of the Church. But once they did, they made formal apologies and were repentant, so like a Good Loving Merciful Father, Canon Law requires the Pope, to re-opened the door for them to come home.

  • http://whyihatejesus.blogspot.com OMGF

    Adam,

    Sometimes lines in the sand need to be drawn, for the good of the person. As a parent we have rules for everything for my children, one example: Kitchen rules. No playing with knives, don’t run next to the stove, etc.

    Drawing up rules is one thing. Kicking someone out is something else. Would you put your child out of the house for running with a knife?

    The Bishops were not so much being kicked out, as deciding to leave.

    Well, they failed to follow the rules, so they got kicked out of the club. It doesn’t really work for your analogy, nor does it have to. Clubs can erect their own rules and enforce them, including kicking people out when those rules are breached. It’s not a big deal.

    What is the big deal is that it sounds like they were not excommunicated because they were hateful, bigoted, intolerant, etc. They were kicked out because they didn’t follow a procedural rule. The church doesn’t seem to care that they espouse hateful ideas, instead placing more emphasis on procedural rules. ‘They broke rule X, so they have to go. They plead for forgiveness, so by rule Y, we have to let them back in.’ Lost in all this is the silence on the blatant bigotry of the bishops in question.

  • Adam

    Lost in all this is the silence on the blatant bigotry of the bishops in question.

    No, as I said earlier, He has been asked to make a public retraction of his statements

  • http://whyihatejesus.blogspot.com OMGF

    Adam,

    No, as I said earlier, He has been asked to make a public retraction of his statements

    Do you have a link for this?

  • http://rexanation.community.officelive.com/default.aspx reXteryalizer

    Albert Einstein was a German Jew who eXcaped before the cathoic church went on to put HITLER & NAZISM into complete POWER in Germany.

    This was mostly done By POPE PIUS *& vatican SIGNING A CONTRACT WITH catholic HITLER, demanding ALL GERMAN bishops SWEAR on the HOLY GOSPELS & ON GOD COMPLETE & LOYALITY to catholic HITLER

    The Vatican also comanded & GAVE ORDERS / that the Catholic party IN GERMANY vote HITLER INTO POWER

    Hitler an X convict… & a criminal, charged & convicted of trying to violently overthrow the old German Government wrote a whole book CONDEMNING the JEWS, declaring they should be persecuted & thrown out of society…

    Hitler { in his book [ ~~spoke harshly against the CURRENT religions `actions / of Rome & of Protestants ~as well for being good to the Jews..& for not… CONTINUING ON…to persecute them as viciously & forcefully ..

    as THE CATHOLIC CHURCH…..HAD,,. been Persecuting & murdering the Jews for the last 2000 yrs…..?… Pius XII was another catholic spiritual PROSTITUE…, who signed a contract with this JEW HATER

    THE POPE *& vatican SIGNED A CONTRACT WITH catholic HITLER

    THIS CONTRACT WITH catholic HITLER demanded………….”ALL GERMAN bishops SWEAR on the HOLY GOSPELS & ON GOD COMPLETE & LOYALITY to catholic HITLER

    read ART. 16 OF ….Hitler’s Concordat with the Catholic Church (1933)

    These catholic RAN websites usually DELETE reXes posts when He begins to get down to the foundation of the topix at hand.

    These Catholics have deleted a very, very important crutial POST That reX had posted yesterday. , & HAVE DELETED all of reXes other previous POSTS, full of facts OF WHICH they have refuse to address or deny. WHATSOEVER…

    BEC…… they have no defence for their lies…THEY INSTEAD RESPOND TO reX about CRACK COCAINE, and Deny the very words they have written, while asking about reXes personal situations and other diversionary garble.

    The point reX was making is that THESE Catholics are the ones who are indeed CRUDE & downright hatefull & indeed have distain for the Gospel, Jews, Christ Himself & His Church.

    They & their popes have banned & Burned bibles claiming they were Bibles in error. ( which they have not a single bible with errors to produce )

    They have Condemned All JEWS & * NON CATHOLIC christian ( Bible Believers as LOST, DAMNED, HEaded to HEll & EVIL…..

    They & their popes throughout history …… have Condemned All JEWS & * NON CATHOLIC christian ( Bible Believers as SERVING ANOTHER GOD. ( AN EVIL AND LIAR JESUS / GOD _)

    While they demand MUSLIMS they – serve The same god as Rome.//….While they KISS the quran,,

    IS this NOT the most crude thing that a self ACCLAIMED christian church could do to JEWS, THE BIBLE & Christs Church..

  • Nes

    A nice try, but I can only give it 0.4 Timecubes (weighed, of course, with the inability to mess with font and color in mind). It’s too intelligible for a higher rating.