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The Vatican to Iraqi Government, Don’t Execute That Christian!

Rome (Oct 27) – The Vatican has urged that former Iraqi foreign minister, Tariq Aziz, not be executed.

The 74-year-old face of Saddam’s regime was sentenced to death by hanging this week, the law states that he has 30 days to enter an appeal.  Aziz is a Christian, the only one in the Sunni inner circle of the fallen regime.

The family of Mr. Aziz is reportedly shocked and appalled at the result, what is not being reported is the family’s reaction to being supported by the Catholic Church, an organization who knowingly allowed perverts to continue preaching the word of their god rather than admit that some holy men are not so holy.

Vatican representative Rev Lombardi has said the church will do everything it can to prevent Aziz’s execution.  In his worthless opinion, it will help restore peace, in the Middle East.  This will be handled through “diplomatic channels.”  Lombardi is the same man who blamed the heinous crimes committed by Catholic priests on “Satan” and the secular media, rather than the people who actually had sex with the children.

I write this article from the heart of the Catholic Regime, Rome, if I look out the window to my left, I can see the breast-like tip of the Vatican.  Only the other day I was sitting in Piazza San Pietro watching all the thousands of people lining up to enter the Vatican.

The child abuse scandal has made no difference to the tourists, and if I went back down today, in the wake of this story, there will be just as many people.  If not more because on Wednesday the criminal Joseph Alois Ratzinger, AKA Il Papa, gives his mass to the masses from the balcony of his palace where he lives in luxury while thousands of homeless people beg on the streets.

I toyed with the idea of visiting the Vatican museum, if only to marvel at the world’s largest stolen property collection.  I decided that life was too short to give my time and money to such an organization.

Instead, I went to visit the statue of Giordano Bruno who was burnt alive by the Catholic Church for heresy.  A martyr for free thought, his statue is on the very spot he was murdered…  Suggesting that the sun is just one of many stars in the universe, bad.  Meanwhile, the Vatican considers molesting children and being a part of Saddam Hussein’s regime, not a big deal.

Searching the city for further entertainment based upon Catholicism, I visited the Colosseum the other day, it turns out they don’t throw people to the lions any more, but it was free entry so I felt I couldn’t complain.

Henry Hunter WorldNewsVine, Undisclosed Address, Rome.

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  3. Rebecca

    October 28, 2010 at 8:04 am

    Blind faith is mad! Enjoyed reading your article for the heart of rome!

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