Friday, October 26, 2012

Where Are The Protests?

For this past few years news media around the world have mounted a consistent campaign of denigration against the Catholic Church for its mishandling of sex abuse.

Now that the culprit is the that darling of the pinkos, the BBC,  there seems to be little more than a shrug of the shoulders.  Yet this scandal far eclipses anything for which the church was found culpable


It is no wonder that journalist are seen to have worse morals than whores and prostitutes.  The only difference between the two professions appears to be the need for a university degree in one and a supple back in the other.


Anonymous said...

When the RC's do it its shouted about (and rightly so - its an appalling abuse of trust) but when the arty farty do it its OK because its not wrong - its just that they are slightly ahead of the pack. I suspect that the age of consent will go lower and eventually child abuse (with consenting children of course) will be have to be seen as normal becaue its paedophobic and discriminatory if its not.


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Big Bruv said...

I think you might be overlooking the fact that Saville was a proud Roman Catholic.

Given his form he could have been a priest.

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

Anon @ 5:51

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Big Bruv, given his form, he could even have been a Maori.

Tinman said...

I note Mr Saville has not been convicted of anything.

Indeed Mr Saville has been slow to defend himself because he is dead at the moment.

Adolf, your "maori" comment needs an explanation - Mr Saville is not, I understand, accused of beating or killing kids (although give it time) or stealing from taxpaying NZers.