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Holiday Destinations (aka where we won’t be going on holiday in 2010)

November 11, 2009

When Autumn nights start drawing in, and the clocks have gone back and it gets dark earlier and earlier…we start to think of where we want to go on holiday next year..to enjoy the sun, the time off work spent together with loved ones, seeing new sights, visiting new places, trying new exciting foods and drinks, taking photographs, visiting museums and places of interest and generally relaxing and enjoying oneself.

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Italia

One of my favorite places in the world to do all of the above is Italy..except I’ve just discovered that there’s one little microstate within Italy  that me and Rich and lots of other people are no longer welcome….yes you guessed it..the Vatican.

You know the place..

Totally populated by virgin celibate men wearing brightly coloured dresses, waited on hand and foot by frigid celibate virgin women dressed in black, the men dripping in jewels and wearing prada slippers, wonderful artworks and paintings full of nudity, lots of protected kiddyfiddlers escaping from justice and presided over by a the Palpatine-lool-alike Benedict himself. vatican

No entry for anyone different……

The excellent Blaghag and others have blogged on what was said by Bishop Janusz Kaleta, the Apostolic Administrator of Atyrau, and I quote;

The church teachings are from the Bible. If we change this teaching, we will not be the Catholic Church. Don’t expect the Catholic church to change these issues, because it is our identity.” When asked if the Vatican is open to dialogue about welcoming such homosexual groups of tourists in the future, Bishop Kaleta responded that “such demonstrations are just not ethical.”

The twisted dress wearing baby eating Bishop then went on;

“I consider if someone is homosexual, it is a provocation and an abuse of this place. Try to go to a mosque if you are not Muslim. It is abuse of our buildings and our religion because the church interprets our religion that it is not ethical. We expect respect of our church as we expect to respect that a person does not have to belong to the Catholic Church. If you have different ideas, go to a different location.”

Right lets get some fact’s in order here .. why is it a provocation ? How is an “abuse” if a gay person sets foot in the Vatican ? Why is it disrespectful for a person who just happens to have been born with an inclination for the same sex to set foot in the Vatican? Do they expect someone to wake up and go “I’m suddenly straight, whoop de whoop, fucking hell I can now visit the Vatican”. What right does he have as a minority himself (you know as a virgin celibate transvestite with mates who are kiddy fiddlers..whoops just put myself off my lunch there) to tell a group of people that they are not allowed to visit a certain place just because of a load of horseshit book of fairy tales written by bronze age goat shaggers ??

The Catholic Church whinges and whines that it is persecuted and maligned. What the fuck do they expect ? Praise and worship …oh shit…yes thats exactly what they expect..and money too.

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Love the uniform sweetie...just watch out and don't let them gays in !

It’s time the Catholic Church was seen to be exactly what it is, out of touch, out of time and out of ideas. Change is good, all people are good, black, white and  in-between, man, woman and in-between, gay , straight and  in-between. The Catholic Church is not a force for good in the world at all..it’s a force of pure unadulterated evil spite riden hatred; that prays on the weak minded and controls them and everything they do. They are responsible for murdering millions in their history and at the moment are sentencing millions in Africa , through their condom ban crap, to a slow and painful death and countless children to orphanhood.

It’s time they lost the almost automatic respect they seem to get, it’s time they were thrown out of the UN (what the hell is a religious organisation being classed as a nation for??) and that the putrid edifice of the Vatican torn down…. I for one don’t want to go there anyway.

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. November 11, 2009 15:17

    Visit Puerto Rico… many cool beaches and many places that would not target gay communities. In fact, thanks to these communities many places are waaayyy better off.

  2. cafewitteveen permalink
    November 11, 2009 16:28

    I second Puerto Rico. Although I’ve never been there, but I hear their people are some of the best, most passionate, loving and giving known throughout the world. 🙂

    Great post. The catholics deserve all the vitriol we can muster.

    Like Sarah Silverman said, “Sell the Vatican, save the world.”

  3. Lawrence permalink
    November 13, 2009 20:32

    Well, technically they’re in because Vatican City is a soverign nation state. (And the only Theocracy in Europe.) I don’t mind them being there just like you said I wish the other countries would call them out on things like protecting child abusers and interfering in the politics of other nations.

  4. November 13, 2009 20:41

    Well one cannot fly or drive to the Vatican without going through Italy….. so thats why it got mentioned 🙂

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