Daily Archives: October 31, 2014
And so Tim Cook shouted to the world that he is homosexual – and, I think, a Sodomite, though I do not want to read the details -. He even says, apparently, that his perversion is a “gift from god”, and I am very curious to know what god would that be.
I cannot understand the surprise, or the headlines. That Cook cooks with (cough…) faggots was already well known, and it was already on his Wikipedia entry for all those who have eyes to see. The Christianophobic stance of Apple has been mentioned on this blog many times already, and has been causing scandal among Christians, and particularly Catholics, for years. So Tim Cook is a faggot. Tell me something I don't know.
This strange re-outing might, though, backfire. The “gayphone” (or the “IFag”) might soon become a popular joke. It is dangerous to put faggotry at the very centre of one's shop window. For every liberal client you gain you might lose three clients who think.
Still, dear iPhone customers, now you can enjoy your possibly new-acquired knowledge, basking in the knowledge of all possible uses one like Tim Cook might have for his oh so sleek Iphone.
You may want, in fact, to switch your allegiance to Android. No saints, they, but with a much more open platform that will allow you to have Catholic content on your smartphone (like, say, an entire 1962 Catholic Missal) without it being censored by a Christianophobic company led by a pervert.
This Apple is poisoned. I suggest you stay away from it.
The truth is here.
Do not insult your intelligence thinking the man “does not know”.
Of course he knows.
There, here is an alarm clock for you. Brand new. Courtesy of Mundabor.
Francis has already started to sabotage the document of the synod he himself has called, because the prelates who voted them were, unfortunately, Catholic and gave him one on the nose.
If you have a blog, please consider posting about this scandal and asking that the Relatio Synodi be translated in exactly the same languages as the other documents, and given due prominence as the official document and result of the Synod.
This man is beyond parody.
A certain view of Pope Benedict’s resignation goes along the lines of the Pontiff Emeritus having resigned as a consequence of “pressures”, or even having been “forced” to resign. In this second case, his successor would not be the legitimate… bishop of Rome.
I do not think these theories have any solid fundament in reality. Allow me to explain why.
A Pope, like every powerful man, is under pressure all the time. Unavoidably, he – and they – will be surrounded by people having different ideas about the course he should take on this or that matter; some of them will be in good faith, and other won’t. It’s all par for the course.
What is not par for the course is a Pope that suddenly begins to do stupid things just…
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