Pauper’s Burials And Changing Times

In Dickens’ “Bleak House”, Mr Nemo receives a pauper’s burial, having been found a corpse without any relative, or significant money.

I suppose pauper’s burials are still in place in the British Isles. Even at the point we are, I would be very surprised if they weren’t.

What I wonder is how long it will take until some strictly atheist moron (like, say, Cameron) will decide that it is too much of an expense to offer a burial to the poor deceased rather than putting him in the oven, which is certainly the cheaper solution.

In the end, a government that does not care for the unborn life and is trying to find every way to start killing old people must get rid of expensive traditions like a burial, surely?

Just a thought…

Mundabor

Posted on August 19, 2012, in Catholicism and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Mark today on your calendar Mundabor and then see how long it takes!

  2. Hey Mund, there’s always Soylent Green!

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