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Tuesday, 23 December 2008

The Pope teaches death not love

The Pope has crossed the line when he suggests that "saving the world from homosexuality" is more important than saving the environment. There is nothing more important than saving the planet. The human race is in self destruct mode at the moment but not over who we love and how we make love but how we are treating the planet without which there will be no place to make or be in love (or even both).

The Pope should spend what moral authority he may have calling people to consume less and care more about their carbon footprint than worrying yet again about who is sleeping with who. I believe that God made the world and it is sacred and should be treated as such. I also believe that God gave us the power to love another and we should celebrate human love in all its forms not decry a minority for their love for each other whilst all around the world in dying.


Anonymous said...

Sorry old chump, what a load of tripe this 'Green' myth is, just another way for your wonderful Labour Party to extract more money before we all drop dead from the cold.

Ewan said...

You are so wrong I am not surprised that you are too embarrassed to put your name to your nonsense

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