Illuminati Themed Fashion Show Held At London Catholic Church

St. Andrews Church used as location for black mass fashion show

A troupe of models pranced the runway inside of a Catholic church while rocking Turkish fashion designer Dilara Findikoglu’s Illuminati-inspired line for “Fashion Week.”

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The controversial pieces make up Dilara’s “Spring/Summer 2018 collection,” and are likely to attract the attention of deep-pocketed fashion goers from around the globe, such as Rihanna who’s previously been spotted in the designer’s exotic rags.

Dilara’s newest designs range from a Nightmare Before Christmas look, to a Beetlejuice meets Lacuna Coil witchcraft-vampire feel, and were introduced by average models who were caked with pale face paint and temporary tattoos.

One of the show’s highlights was when Dilara utilized dragqueen Violet Chachki to sport a devilishly red hot outfit which showcased Chachi’s hair as proverbial horns, while Illuminati-esque imagery filled the background.

 

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Bodies of 400 Children Discovered in Hidden Mass Grave at Catholic Orphanage

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The results of a horrifying investigation into a Catholic orphanage are being released this week. The report revealed the discovery of a mass grave containing the bodies of over 400 orphans—including babies, toddlers, and children.

The investigation, conducted by the Sunday Post and the BBC, looked into the dark secret of the Catholic run Smyllum Park orphanage. While the orphanage—which operated for a century and a half—put headstones on the graves of nuns and staff members, no stone or memorial has ever recorded the deaths of these 402 orphans found buried in a single mass grave.

According to the Sunday Post, the revelation that up to 400 youngsters – and some adults – are buried there today provoked calls for Scotland’s ongoing Child Abuse Inquiry to investigate.

As the BBC reports, the Daughters of Charity of St Vincent de Paul, which ran the home, refused to comment on the findings.

Former First Minister, Jack McConnell, who, on behalf of the Scottish Government, apologized to victims of care home abuse in 2004, said it was shameful they were still waiting for truth and justice, reports the Post. He said, “It is heartbreaking to discover so many children may have been buried in these unmarked graves. After so many years of silence, we must now know the truth of what happened here.”

According to the BBC, “Analysis of the records show that a third of those who died were aged 5 or younger. Twenty-four of those who died were older than 15, and most of the deaths occurred between 1870 and 1930.”

The Post noted that what this means is that “the death rate among 1- to 14-year-olds was at least 30 deaths per 1,000.”

“Analysis of figures from the National Records of Scotland, reveal the highest mortality rate among children aged between 1 and 14 was in 1901 when 10.4 deaths per 1,000 were recorded,” it added.

This means the mortality rate for children in the Catholic run orphanage was 300 percent higher than the highest mortality rate of Scottish children ever recorded.

“Some children were sent to the home from other places across central Scotland, so spot checks were also made with a number of other areas. Burial records were discovered in Glasgow for two of the dead. No other area we approached could find any burial record for the names we asked them to check,” according to the BBC.

“As the Daughters of Charity have previously indicated that children were buried in an unmarked plot at the cemetery, and that their records are incomplete, all the bodies are believed to be buried in the graveyard.”

The inquiry into the mass grave began in 2003 when two former residents of the orphanage Frank Docherty and Jim Kane set out in their efforts to expose the rampant physical abuse which they claimed happened regularly to many of the children.

Docherty and Kane were told by Daughter of Charity of St Vincent de Paul that their records suggested that only 158 children had been buried on the property. However, Docherty and Kane, who both died earlier this year, suspected those numbers to be much higher. The BBC/Post investigation proves they were right.

“Oh my God, I’ve got goose pimples. It’s shocking,” said Frank Docherty’s widow, Janet, when the Post told her the results of their investigation.

“He had been trying for years to find a figure and he didn’t get anywhere. That’s unbelievable.

“Frank always feared there were more kids buried there and this is proof of that,” she said. “He would have been content that it has come out now at last.”

According to the BBC’s report,

Analysis of the records show that a third of those who died were aged five or under. Very few of those who died, 24 in total, were aged over 15, and most of the deaths occurred between 1870 and 1930.

One of those believed to be buried there is Francis McColl. He died in 1961, aged 13; his death certificate indicates he died from a brain hemorrhage.

His brother Eddie spent decades wondering what had happened to Francis. At one point, he heard he’d been struck on the head by a golf club, which now chimes with the evidence of the death certificate.

However, according to the report, Eddie could find no records of where his brother was buried.

“It’s ridiculous,” he says. “I’m not happy about that. Whoever is behind this, I hope they can live with themselves.”

Many allegations of abuse at the care home were also uncovered by File on 4 and the Sunday Post, including beatings, punches, public humiliations and psychological abuse, according to the report.

The Daughters of Charity of St Vincent de Paul have declined to speak publicly on any of these recent revelations.

However, they released a statement saying, “We are Core Participants in the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry and are co-operating fully with that inquiry.

“We remain of the view that this inquiry is the most appropriate forum for such investigations.

“Given the ongoing work of the inquiry we do not wish to provide any interviews.

“We wish to again make clear that, as Daughters of Charity, our values are totally against any form of abuse and thus, we offer our most sincere and heartfelt apology to anyone who suffered any form of abuse whilst in our care.”

Below is a clip from the BBC’s 38-minute show on the horrifying discovery.

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Catholic Leaders, Long On The Side Of Immigrants, Condemn Trump's DACA Decision

Roman Catholic leaders across the U.S. spoke out Tuesday against President Donald Trump’s decision to terminate the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

Cardinal Timothy Dolan, archbishop of New York, said ending DACA is the “wrong way” to approach immigration issues and claimed immigrants have become “a political hockey puck.”

In an interview on SiriusXM, the cardinal said it’s “essential” for the government to protect the country’s borders from potential criminals. But he added that penalizing undocumented immigrants who arrived in the U.S. as children ― so-called Dreamers ― is not something Christians should stand for.

“It’s certainly not Christian, and I would contend it’s not American,” he said.

The Trump administration announced on Tuesday that it would end DACA in six months and punt the matter to Congress. The decision puts nearly 800,000 undocumented immigrants at risk of deportation if the president and members of the House and Senate can’t pass legislation to protect them before then.

Rev. José H. Gomez, the archbishop of Los Angeles, called the announcement “a national tragedy and a moral challenge to every conscience.”

Chicago archbishop Cardinal Blase Cupich called Trump’s announcement “heartless” in a statement, saying it would leave Dreamers “in a six-month limbo, during which Congress is supposed to pass comprehensive immigration reform, a feat they have been unable to achieve for a decade.”

Father Timothy Kesicki, president of the Jesuit Conference of Canada and the United States, addressed his statement directly to Dreamers, saying: “We write on this difficult day to remind you of God’s love for you and to tell you that you are not alone.”

He continued: “We call upon Congress to act without delay in enacting a lasting solution, but more than ever, we commit ourselves to living out God’s law, which calls on us to love the stranger, remembering that our ancestors in faith were once strangers in a foreign land.”

Members of the U.S. branch of Sisters of Mercy, a religious order of Catholic women, released a statement decrying the decision as a “historic injustice and a violation of the human dignity of over 800,000 young people.”

Sisters of Mercy, like the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and other Catholic organizations, have long fought for compassionate immigration reform, fulfilling what they see as their Christian duty to “welcome the stranger.”

Catholic clergy were among those who supported President Barack Obama’s efforts to introduce a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants in 2013. And U.S. Catholics have at times even offered a physical presence, celebrating mass at the U.S.-Mexico border to highlight the moral imperative to treat immigrants with dignity and opening houses of worship as “sanctuary” churches. 

Bishop of Tucson Gerald Kicanas passes communion wafers through to the Mexican side of the U.S.-Mexico border fence during a special 'Mass on the Border' on April 1, 2014 in Nogales, Arizona. (John Moore via Getty Images)Bishop of Tucson Gerald Kicanas passes communion wafers through to the Mexican side of the U.S.-Mexico border fence during a special 'Mass on the Border' on April 1, 2014 in Nogales, Arizona. (John Moore via Getty Images)

Members of the the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops issued a statement on Tuesday calling Trump’s decision “reprehensible.”

“This decision is unacceptable and does not reflect who we are as Americans,” read the statement, signed by USCCB President Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo, USCCB Vice President, Los Angeles Archbishop José H. Gomez, Bishop Joe S. Vásquez, chairman of the USCCB Committee on Migration, and Bishop Joseph J. Tyson, chairman of the Subcommittee on Pastoral Care of Migrants, Refugees, and Travelers.

Read USCCB’s full statement below:

The cancellation of the DACA program is reprehensible. It causes unnecessary fear for DACA youth and their families. These youth entered the U.S. as minors and often know America as their only home. The Catholic Church has long watched with pride and admiration as DACA youth live out their daily lives with hope and a determination to flourish and contribute to society: continuing to work and provide for their families, continuing to serve in the military, and continuing to receive an education. Now, after months of anxiety and fear about their futures, these brave young people face deportation. This decision is unacceptable and does not reflect who we are as Americans.

The Church has recognized and proclaimed the need to welcome young people: ‘Whoever welcomes one of these children in my name welcomes me; and whoever welcomes me does not welcome me but the one who sent me’ (Mark 9:37). Today, our nation has done the opposite of how Scripture calls us to respond. It is a step back from the progress that we need to make as a country. Today’s actions represent a heartbreaking moment in our history that shows the absence of mercy and good will, and a short-sighted vision for the future. DACA youth are woven into the fabric of our country and of our Church, and are, by every social and human measure, American youth.

We strongly urge Congress to act and immediately resume work toward a legislative solution. We pledge our support to work on finding an expeditious means of protection for DACA youth.

As people of faith, we say to DACA youth – regardless of your immigration status, you are children of God and welcome in the Catholic Church. The Catholic Church supports you and will advocate for you.

  • This article originally appeared on HuffPost.

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Catholic Church & UK Government Claim Child Sex Abuse Victims Can “Consent” To Their Attacks







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Catholic churches all around the world have been accused of sex scandals, including the Vatican, which has allegedly paid an astonishing $4 billion since 1950 to settle sexual abuse claims. Far too often these stories involve priests taking advantage of their positions of authority in order to sexually abuse people, often children.

More recently, the UK government and the Catholic church have come under public scrutiny for claiming that victims of child sexual abuse “consented” to their rapes in order to avoid compensating the victims. The Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) establishes which victims get compensated, and they do so by determining whether or not the victim gave consent, even if the victim is a child well under the legal age limit.

The Telegraph reported last month that, according to CICA, “A victim can consent in fact even though in law they may be deemed not to have consented.” That’s right, this government loophole can be used to claim that even though a child may be under the legal age limit, they can still provide consent.

Legal Loophole Preventing Child Sex Victims From Being Compensated

To give you a better picture of how this works, one case that was explained by the charity Victim Support involved a 12-year-old girl who was led into the woods and sexually assaulted by a 21-year-old man while she was intoxicated.

Interestingly enough, despite the fact that the man pled guilty to having sex with a minor, she still wasn’t compensated because she allegedly “gave consent” by “voluntarily” going into the woods with him.

“No child ever gives their ‘consent’ to being abused, and the increased use of this line of defence, although still quite rare, is worrying,” said Anne Longfield, the Children’s Commissioner for England. “I have contacted the Ministry of Justice previously and again recently about this issue and the Government should look urgently at what can be done to tackle it.”

They also argued that she was able to give consent because she had recently had sex with someone her own age. That’s like saying, “If you consent to someone your own age, you consent to everyone. If you’ve consented in the past, you consent to everyone.” That is not an ethical argument, and we should not be teaching children that this irrational logic is okay.

A Freedom of Information Act request introduced by Victim Support indicated that since this loophole came into fruition in 2012, a total of 693 cases in which child sexual abuse victims came forward were denied compensation by the CICA. Though many of these cases involved children who were 16, some of the victims were much younger.

So, Where Does the Catholic Church Fit Into This?

As it turns out, this loophole most often benefits private schools, religious groups, and the local authorities. For example, lawyers for the Catholic Archdiocese of Southwark explained to one of the sexual abuse victims that his rape “actually occurred in the context of a consensual relationship (albeit one the Claimant in retrospect now appears to regret).”

Although this particular case was actually settled to the tune of £80,000, the victim stated that the defence was both insulting and highlighted the fact that he was below the legal age of consent. There’s a legal age limit for a reason, and it’s strange that this law is being bent through the use of another law.

Dino Nocivelli, a specialist child abuse solicitor at Bolt Burdon, explained on Kent Live: “It is time for the church to practise what they preach and to admit their failings, to take account of the damage this has caused to the lives of far too many children and lastly to apologise for the abuse.”

An important question we need to start asking ourselves and the government is: Why are people in authority positions let off the hook for violent crimes? Sexual abuse and rape are not crimes that should go ignored, yet time and time again, higher-ups and government officials are excused from the law.

To name a few examples, we have the Jeffrey Epstein case, in which he was accused of recruiting and forcing dozens of children into an underground network of sex slaves, who served many of the elite members of society, including former American President Bill Clinton.

Epstein owned a private jet, referred to as the “Lolita Express” by mainstream media (MSM), which was used to transport Epstein and his elitist friends to Little St. James, Epstein’s private island in the U.S. Virgin Islands — dubbed “Orgy Island” by the tabloids. Despite all of these allegations and proven facts, he only served approximately one year in jail time.

Former U.S. representative Cynthia McKinney also knew about the government’s relationship to human trafficking, and she actually addressed it in 2005. She grilled Donald Rumsfeld on military contractor DynCorp’s child trafficking business of selling women and children.

Ted Gunderson, former FBI special agent and head of their L.A. office, worked to uncover years’ worth of information on high-level pedophilia, sexual abuse, and satanic rituals performed by the government and the elite (or the cabal). In my opinion, Ted Gunderson is a wonderful place to start your research on this subject. You can read more about that in our CE article here.

Although these examples are outside of the UK, they still speak to how the government provides special treatment when it comes to crimes committed by those in higher social classes.

Final Thoughts

Time and time again, the government allows perpetrators of sexual violence to go unpunished. If we’re not willing to face these issues, regardless of who the perpetrator is, then how will we fix this clear issue within society? Sexual violence is never okay, and we should not be blaming the victims for crimes they were not responsible for.

We need to start treating everyone as equal and extend more compassion to others; only then will we be able to not only improve our judiciary system, but hopefully prevent these crimes from occurring in the first place.

 

 


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‘Stop wasting human lives’: Catholic church speaks out against Duterte’s war on drugs

“We knock on the consciences of those who kill even the helpless, especially those who cover their faces with bonnets, to stop wasting human lives,” Cardinal Luis Tagle said in a letter read at masses across Manila on Sunday, the Inquirer reported.

The Cardinal also called on “the consciences of those manufacturing and selling illegal drugs to stop this activity,” stressing the complexity of the issue with no one organization unable to claim they have the correct solution.

Calling for a joint response to the issue, he asked for government, police, faith-based communities, and recovering addicts to come together to find a solution.

The statement follows a week-long anti-drug operation known as the “one time bigtime” in which over 80 people were killed. Among those killed was 17-year-old Kian Lloyd Delos Santos who was killed in Caloocan City.

Police claimed the high school student fired at them, forcing them to retaliate. Witnesses have shed doubt on the police story, telling ABS-CBN Delos Santos was unarmed and begged not to be shot by police, who then blindfolded him and shot him.

CCTV footage obtained by ABS-CBN showed Delos Santos surrendering to police before being taken to the place where he was killed.

Up to 7,000 people have been killed in 2017 as part of Duterte’s war on drugs. On August 11, the controversial president said a lack of equipment, difficult terrain, and the brevity of his presidential term where preventing his efforts.

READ MORE: Philippines’ Duterte says he ‘can’t control drugs’ after year of crackdown & 7,000 deaths

Archbishop Socrates Villegas also spoke out against the killings, saying church bells will ring nightly for 15 minutes in his district of Luzon to raise alarm over the police killings. “The country is in chaos. The officer who kills is rewarded and the slain get the blame. The corpses could no longer defend themselves from accusations that they ‘fought back,’” he said.

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The Boston Globe's New Attack on Catholic Priests and Celibacy Rules

The Boston Globe‘s “Spotlight” team is out with another attack on the Catholic priesthood: this one a two-part series on “Children of Catholic priests” who “live with secrets and sorrow.”

Using a few highly publicized cases, and several anecdotal stories, reporter Michael Rezendes concludes that by “any reasonable measure, there are thousands” of children around the world “who have strong evidence that they are the sons and daughters of Catholic priests.” Yet as he acknowledges, with over 400,000 priests worldwide, even if the unsubstantiated “thousands” estimate is accepted, that could amount to as little as one percent or less of priests having fathered a child. And as he further acknowledges, some of these priests “took their responsibility seriously.”

So the question arises: Is the phenomenon of priests fathering children, then neglecting or abandoning them—while clearly sinful and morally wrong—so singularly egregious as to warrant such an exclusive exposé?

How do these speculative numbers and percentages compare with Protestant, Jewish or Muslim clergy illegitimately fathering children, then neglecting or abandoning them? We don’t know, because Rezendes and the Globe show no inclination to investigate any clergy other than Catholic priests. To do so might undermine what is clearly part of the agenda here: to attack the Catholic Church’s rule on priestly celibacy. Neglected children of priests, Rezendes writes, “are the unfortunate victims of a church that has, for nearly 900 years, forbidden priests to marry….”

And what of our secular culture? Citing the U.S. Census Bureau, the National Fatherhood Initiative reported recently that “24 million children, 1 out of 3, live without their biological father in the home.” And “millions more,” notes the  National Center for Fathering, “have dads who are physically present, but emotionally absent.”

“If it were classified as a disease,” the National Center for Fathering observes,   “fatherlessness would be an epidemic worthy of attention as a national emergency.”

But that is apparently not worthy of the attention of the Boston Globe’s “Spotlight” team. They would rather focus on the apparently tiny minority of Catholic priests worldwide who have fathered and neglected their children, than on the epidemic in our own country that has left fully one-third of American children growing up without fathers.

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Catholic Church Stops Accepting Illegals Amid Trump Immigration Crackdown









 






A Catholic church in South Texas is closing its doors to illegal immigrants after years of providing housing, food, clothes and water to nearly 75 thousand people.

Since 2014, the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in McAllen, Texas, has been the sanctuary destination for tens of thousands of people who crossed illegally into the US from Central America and Mexico.

On Saturday, without explanation, the church posted a bulletin announcing it would end use of its facilities as a makeshift migrant camp, claiming they’d “completed the task that God has asked us to do to help the poor and homeless.”

“The parish hall has been returned to the parish after 3 years of service as the Humanitarian Relief Center, an effort spearheaded by the Diocese of Brownsville and Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley,” the bulletin stated.

Under the guise of providing humanitarian relief, the church’s parish hall was transformed into a staging area for thousands of illegals who’d made the perilous journey into the US, many with the help of cartels and human smugglers.

At the height of the 2014 immigrant influx, the church operated 24/7 and saw as many as 350 illegals pass through each day.

Back in 2014, Infowars was first to expose the City of McAllen was diverting taxpayer resources toward the Sacred Heart church, providing illegals with giant air-conditioned tents, cots, security guards and more.

During our investigation, a McAllen city manager also revealed the US Border Patrol was providing vouchers to ship immigrants deeper into the US with the help of a nearby Greyhound bus station.

As illegals took advantage of lax border security under the Obama administration, the City of McAllen weathered the “humanitarian” effort’s economic burden, spending more than half a million dollars on the project with no certainty the federal government would reimburse the costs.

While the church has not yet provided an explanation for ending the program, one possible explanation could be that illegal border crossings are down by more than 70%, with many apprehensive over President Trump’s tough immigration and deportation policies.

Photos from March 2017 show the tent vacant and cots removed, with reports that only two illegals were arriving per day.

Officials have previously claimed McAllen is not a “Sanctuary City.”

Sacred Heart will hold a news conference on August 15 to explain the decision.

Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley, which worked out of the Sacred Heart, plans to relocate the facility to another part of McAllen, at the intersection of Bicentennial Boulevard and Beaumont Avenue.

Read the church bulletin below, via ValleyCentral.com:

The parish hall has been returned to the parish after 3 years of service as the Humanitarian Relief Center, an effort spearheaded by the Diocese of Brownsville and Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley. During that period, over 73,000 refugees, mostly women and children from Central America who were released by Border Patrol, were assisted with food, clothing, baths, medical attention and temporary shelter. Hundreds of people of all faiths volunteered from all over the country. Catholic Charities has leased a building on Beaumont and Bicentennial and is in the process of moving out of the parish hall. The parish is conducting an inventory on the condition of the building and will be making necessary repairs with some financial support provided by Catholic Charities.

The parish has completed the task that God has asked us to do to help the poor and homeless. We ask God’s blessing on Catholic Charities as they continue their ministry.

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Faith Fails Catholic Priest On Stephen King's 'The Mist'

Looks like religious faith continues to be the punching bag of Spike’s The Mist. Specifically, one of the Christian denomination because that’s the only one hip to desecrate these days. But never before have I seen Christianity denounced in a way that feels so forced and makes so little sense…which, come to think of it, makes it perfect for this supernatural horror show.

The August 3rd episode “Over The River and Through The Woods” sees a confrontation between Father Romanov (Dan Butler) and Nathalie (Frances Conroy) over her nature worship. Since they fail to agree on matters of faith, Father Romanov proposes a test for the both of them: they shall both walk through the deadly mist and see who is saved.

Pretty sure Matthew’s line, “Do not test the Lord your God,” applies here, but who cares about accuracy when there’s a Catholic priest to show up? After all, it looks like the only thing that matters about being a Christian in this show is believing you are one and violently pressuring others to repent and convert.

Father Romanov prepares with prayer while Nathalie removes her clothes and walks outside naked (seriously). Outside they stand in silence until the priest is confronted by the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse in the distance (super seriously). In a display of faith, Father Romanov says his prayers out loud against the figures until they fire an arrow through his heart and drag his body away, leaving Nathalie unharmed.

Warning: Violent content.

 

And just like that he’s gone, never to be seen for the rest of the episode. Yes, this is the show once again beating you over the head with its clear bias. Yes, it is blatantly disdainful of the Christian faith having Father Romanov (though he is no saint) killed by the Four Horsemen as he attempts to prove his faith through prayer. No, I do not have an explanation for why the Four Horsemen are there except for posterity. Never try to think long on The Mist’s rules since it will only make you angrier and more confused.

You know the priest is not long for this world going into a show like this, but when you cross the border into death by monstrous Biblical images dragging his body away while he’s praying, I have to say…why? I’ve moved past assuming the writers have no idea what a priest was like to assuming they have an unreasonable blind hatred for them. Why else would they condemn a man of the cloth to a death with so little dignity? Is faith in any higher power other than the ones they create really so despicable to them?

I didn’t get an answer, and frankly, I almost don’t want one. Just leaving this show to the ash heap of history will do it for me.

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After Vatican Staff Caught In Gay Orgy, The Pope Says GMOs Are Approved By The Catholic Church

To state it bluntly, Pope Francis is not merely a freedom-hating communist and traitor to the sacred blessing of liberty, he’s actually part of the Satanic takeover of the Catholic Church that has now led the organization down the path of self-destruction.

Not only was the staff of a key Vatican advisor recently caught hosting a gay sex orgy, but now the Church says foods made from genetically engineered seeds that are “owned” by the world’s most evil corporation (Monsanto) are perfectly okay to use in holy church events.

This is only accelerating the demise of the Catholic Church, of course, as people see it abandoning God and cozying up to evil, domineering corporations that seek to place Man higher than God when it comes to seeds and food crops. Aside from the philosophical arguments about seeds and Mother Nature, Monsanto is also the single most evil corporation in the world, running some of the sleaziest “dark ops” negative P.R. operations the world has ever seen, lying, deceiving and smearing clean food advocates in order to dominate the world’s food supply at all costs.

None of this appears to bother the modern day Vatican, where upcoming events might as well include mass sex orgies, organized sexual abuse of choir boys and all-you-can-eat GMO sperm cracker buffets. Is this really what the Catholic Church has come to? Sadly, it seems so.

Pedophilia and GMOs seem to go hand in hand these days — because they’re both EVIL — and now it all appears to have the blessing of the Pope himself!

via:www.naturalnews.com

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