Friday, February 15, 2013

"Who better to tell white liberal lefties to f*ck off than a black pope?"

So writes Nicholas Farrell — Praying for a Black Pope. Amen. Some excerpts:
    Let us pray that the next pope is a black man. Better still, let it be a black African born and bred in the heart of the Dark Continent near the source of one of those massive snake-like rivers. The less contaminated the new pope is by the dominant Euro-USA secular liberal-left mindset, the better it will be for normal people everywhere, Catholic or not. So the blacker the pope, the better the chances not just of driving the liberal left bananas, but driving it out of the citadels of culture which it captured back about 1962.


    There has never been a black pope, but such a pope might do what no white pope can do anymore: embolden and empower the West’s terrified silent majority, regardless of its take on God. He could enable real public opinion to make its voice heard once again and thus turn back the relentless tide that in the name of that iniquitous modern mantra “the right to equality” is eroding each foundation stone of Western Civilization.


    True, Cardinal Turkson wants to regulate the excesses of capitalism, but I’m pretty cool about that. Who isn’t? Bankers? Line them up! The real crisis in the West is not economic but social. At least Turkson is brave enough to warn that Europe is becoming Eurabia. Sort society out and the economy will follow. And right now, society is in a very bad place.
My penultimate post on the prelate, a man "brave enough to warn that Europe is becoming Eurabia" — African Churchman Issues Wake-Up Call to Europe.

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Blogger J.K. Baltzersen said...

I do see the point, sir.

Cardinal von Schönborn, who drove the Austrian republicans mad in the summer of 2011, wouldn't be bad either. What do you think?

February 16, 2013 at 5:18 AM  
Blogger Iosue Andreas Sartorius said...

Thank you for the reminder, Mr. Baltzersen. I have appreciated His Eminence's thought crimes over the years, but whenever I hear his name, this atrocity comes to mind:

In his defense, he seems taken off guard, and perhaps drugged. They might have spiked his drink beforehand.

February 16, 2013 at 12:29 PM  
Blogger J.K. Baltzersen said...

That would be Vatican III, I believe...

February 16, 2013 at 2:30 PM  

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