Vatican – The Prince of the Paedophiles, Pope Benedict XVI Head of the Roman Paedophile Church, has once again, condemned homosexuals, lesbians and transsexuals as vile perverts who will destroy the world as surely as deforestation and global warming combined.
Speaking in a holiday address to the Curia, the Vatican’s central administration, the ex Nazi said yesterday the church viewed the distinction between men and women as central to human nature, and “asks that this order, set down by creation, be respected”.
The church, he said, “should protect man from the destruction of himself. A sort of ecology of man was needed, he said,” adding: “The tropical forests do deserve our protection; but man, as a creature, does not deserve any less.
He called for Homosexuals, Lesbians and Transsexuals to have to wear prominent pink crosses on their clothing to warn the faithful that they are to be shunned and deprived of their civil rights.
Earlier this month, he declared that a proposed United Nations resolution decriminalising homosexuality went too far. I support the confining of Homosexuals, Lesbians and transsexuals to re education camps in order for the church to protect the souls of the faithful.
The Reich Fuhrer Benedict went on to demand that all those who successfully sued the Roman Paedophile church after having consensual sex with members of the clergy. Must apologize to the church, priests and congregation’s, for leading otherwise blameless priests into temptation with their lyth young bodies and wicked sexual desires.
He declared that there was nothing lower than someone who leads the righteous into sinfulness.
Martin Prendergast, from Soho Masses, which welcomes lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Catholics at its services, said: “With everything else going on in the world, I’m amazed at how homosexuality bothers religions so much.
“This did not happen by accident. At at time when we have Proposition 8, which bans gay marriage in California, it feels like we are going backwards. It’s no surprise that the pope is saying this, but to be saying something so hard line so close to Christmas suggests a public shift on this issue.”