Pope Francis A Jihadist?

So the Pope claims that, if one insults his mother (“mia mama”), the natural human thing to do, is to smash the perpetrator’s face. It’s just human nature, he added. And he repeated, that it was normal, just to make sure everybody knew the Pope was just a street thug.

Times they are changing. The Swiss Central Bank said it would not keep the Swiss Franc cheap relative to the Euro. Within minutes, the Swiss Franc jumped up by 40%, relative to the Euro, and the Swiss Stock Exchange by 13%. It’s supposed to stabilize around one Euro.
The rumor has it that the policy I advised for half a dozen years, to drop the Euro well below one Dollar, has now been decided.

It turns out that the weapons used by the Al Qaeda/Isis terrorists in France last week were bought in Belgium. The police enquired, and a new shoot out resulted, killing several Jihadists. Meanwhile, the German Parliament observed a minute of silence about the French victims, followed by a discourse of Merkel.

The French government gave French nationality to the (Muslim) Malian citizen who saved people at the Jewish supermarket. Prompt justice. A good thing. A petition signed by already 300,000 had asked to do so.

A bad thing is that Boko Haram (“Book Forbidden”), a Jihadist organization destroyed 16 villages, Amnesty International says, from studying satellite imagery. Boko Haram uses children as human bombs. A girl less than 10 year old is an example.
In Venezuela, the economy is collapsing with the price of oil (the ROI of oil is very bad in Venezuela, so the national oil company is losing massive money; for Venezuela to make money, the price should be twice what it is now). There are long lines to enter all supermarkets. Youngsters standing in line for the rich can earn more than a university professor.

But let’s go back to the Pope, and his slightly crazed eyes.
Asked about the hate massacre that killed 12 people at the offices of Charlie Hebdo, including two Muslims, the Pope said: “One cannot provoke, one cannot insult other people’s faith, one cannot make fun of faith. There is a limit. Every religion has its dignity … in freedom of expression there are limits.”

Charlie Hebdo has been targeted because it had printed what fanatics believe are depictions of the prophet Muhammad. It’s not so much what Charlie Hebdo did, than what criminals pretend they believe Charlie Hebdo did. This sort of subtlety is assuredly lost on the Pope. By espousing, without questioning it, the reasoning of Jihadists, and fanatical Muslims, the Pope becomes their friend, mitigating any threat against his person (a Muslim had shot Pope John-Paul II, nearly killing him).

The Pope gestured to Alberto Gasparri, who organizes papal travel, and was standing by his side. Francis I added: “If my good friend Dr Gasparri says a curse word against my mother, he can expect a punch. It’s normal. It’s normal. You cannot provoke. You cannot insult the faith of others. You cannot make fun of the faith of others.”

Except, of course, one can kill somebody by hitting them with a fist. Is the Pope saying that the normal answer to insult is bodily injury, or killing people? To his credit, the Pope admitted that it was what the Christian Church used to do, and that it was no good.

All this in the context of insulting religion. Now, insulting religion is not insulting one’s mother.

For people to come to the rescue of their god by killing other people means, basically, that they believe their own god is as defenseless as a small child.

But, if god is that impotent, how come he is described as potent? Potent, or impotent, that is the question. If god is so impotent that fanatics need to rescue him, then the sacred texts such as the Bible, Qur’an, Hadith, Torah, have been lying about the most important point, namely that god is god.
Indeed, power is god’s most important feature. If god is not all the power there is, then all the power there is is god, or there is no god.

In other words, by going around killing people in the name of god, that is because god is too impotent to the job himself, or then refuses to do it, Jihadists and Crusaders prove that either they don’t believe in god, or god is in disagreement with them.

The real explanation is, of course ethological: since there are people, and they exist, they are looking for excuses to kill foreigners, in other words, non-believers, those who don’t believe what they believe. Interest of this mass homicidal inclination? It decreases human population to sustainable levels.

So what of the Pope?

The Pope is actually at war. He excommunicated the Mafia, first Pope to dare to do so. A risky move. Same with a general reform of the Church.
The Catholic Church is the oldest continuous institution in the world. The historian Gibbon viewed it, in the Eighteenth Century, as the cause of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. I agree that Christianism was the most prominent proximal cause (however, I see Christianism itself a consequence of political fascism, itself consequence of plutocracy; so the Decline took more than 5 centuries).
Catholicism crashed civilization twice. First by killing Romanitas, and bringing forth the mood that gave us Islam. The second attempt started with the Crusades, and petered out with the Enlightenment.

Matthew 10:34. Christ said: “Do not suppose that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I did not come to bring peace, but a sword.”

The Rophet ran away with that one.
(And no, it’s not exactly an accident, but a pattern. See: “Was Christ Immoral?”)

Catholicism, Islam and their ilk started with a guy tying up his son, to cut his throat because his boss had told him to. I am not making this up by Christianophobia. Here is the Bible in Genesis 22; 1-2 and 9-10.

1 God did prove Abraham, and said unto him: ‘Abraham’; and he said: ‘Here am I.’
ב וַיֹּאמֶר קַח-נָא אֶת-בִּנְךָ אֶת-יְחִידְךָ אֲשֶׁר-אָהַבְתָּ, אֶת-יִצְחָק, וְלֶךְ-לְךָ, אֶל-אֶרֶץ הַמֹּרִיָּה; וְהַעֲלֵהוּ שָׁם, לְעֹלָה, עַל אַחַד הֶהָרִים, אֲשֶׁר אֹמַר אֵלֶיךָ.
2 And He said: ‘Take now thy son, thine only son, whom thou lovest, even Isaac, and get thee into the land of Moriah; and offer him there for a burnt-offering upon one of the mountains which I will tell thee of.’ …
“9 And they came to the place which God had told him of; and Abraham built the altar there, and laid the wood in order, and bound Isaac his son, and laid him on the altar, upon the wood.
י וַיִּשְׁלַח אַבְרָהָם אֶת-יָדוֹ, וַיִּקַּח אֶת-הַמַּאֲכֶלֶת, לִשְׁחֹט, אֶת-בְּנוֹ.
10 And Abraham stretched forth his hand, and took the knife to slay his son.”

All Catholics, Christs, Francis, Muslims, Saints, Imams, are supposed to revere that story, one of the most disgusting in the history of writing.

Instead, I propose to revere human goodness, and crush infamy. Instead of partaking in infamy, and abject obedience, as Abraham did… And made a religion from it.
Patrice Ayme’

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11 Responses to “Pope Francis A Jihadist?”

  1. gmax Says:

    All of them fascists. News were just saying Brussels Police Headquarters felt under siege

  2. gmax Says:

    Christianism was the immediate precursor of Islamism, so the Pope follows Jesus, a Prophet of Islam, and his “Sword”

  3. Patrice Ayme Says:

    {Sent to NYT, Jan 15, 2015.]

    French law allows attacks against systems of thought, as long as they do not incite potentially lethal hatred with outrageous lies, and vicious moods.

    Dieudonne’, for example made an equality between the victims at Charlie Hebdo and the hateful murderer who was part of the plot to kill them. That equality in culpability between innocent victims and a hateful murderer is itself a thought crime. It encourages others to indulge in the identification, and thus become part of a plot to further these criminal activities by justifying their paradigm.

    There is also a complete difference of nature between fiction and non-fiction. Writing about what somebody maybe have thought and killing somebody are completely different realms.

    Charlie Hebdo represented a bearded man hiding his face and bemoaning: “It’s hard to be loved by dummies”. From that, Salafists deduced that Charlie Hebdo had insulted somebody who lived 13 centuries ago. But only dummies could not have realized that only dummies were insulted.

    If a Muslim makes a drawing of a human being, some fanatics say, he has stopped being a Muslim. Or he is, or has become an unbeliever, and ought to be killed.

    Why not, indeed, simply recognize this for what it is? Either criminal insanity, or a criminal method to terrorize the population, probably with the aim of gathering the fruits of that violence, by exploiting their victims later.
    https://patriceayme.wordpress.com/2015/01/07/je-suis-charlie/

  4. dominique deux Says:

    Foor months Pope Francis has been depicted as a “good Pope”.

    Good thing he’s showing his true colors.

    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      Yes, I watch the video several times. I was surprised by his slightly crazed eyes.

      Meanwhile the blogger who got 50 lashes last week is too hurt to be whipped today. The whipping was deferred for medical reasons. In the Middle Ages, 50 lashes of the whip were viewed as borderline lethal.

      I used to be for Abdullah, the hereditary (more or less) dictator of Saudi Arabia. Now my patience is exhausted. Anybody, such as Obama did, bowing to that ought to be viewed as a type of Jihadist we are at war with.

      As I alluded, with Christian mansuetude, Francis may have frayed nerves, because he may have been told the Mafia is not amused by his antics. So he wants to show he is a true fascist. However, as with Abdullah, and Dieudonne’, time to draw the lines. In war against the Nazis, Nazi propaganda was not tolerated.

  5. dominique deux Says:

    You must have noticed, as a child in Senegal, how the Pope’s everyday garb (white robe and skull cap) is perfectly identical to the one worn by ubiquitous West African Dioula traders (who are completely innocuous and whose religiosity mainly consists of stating “it is true in the name of God” when lying about their wares).

    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      Yes. Thanks Dominique for calling my attention to that, I had NOT noticed. I don’t know when the Catholics adopted that. White in Senegal, or the desert, makes sense. There were contacts between Senegal and the Mediterranean since Carthage. Not just dry fish, I am sure.

  6. Robert Guenveur Says:

    Robert Guenveur
    Brooklyn 2 hours ago
    The pope is still a pope, as time goes by.
    Francis is lipstick on a very aged, corrupt, violent pig.
    And yes, I’m a recovering catholic.

  7. Patrice Ayme Says:

    [Sent and Published by NYT, Jan 16, 2015.]

    Charlie Hebdo was targeted because it printed what fanatics believe are depictions of “Muhammad”. It’s not so much what Charlie Hebdo did, than what criminals pretend they believe Charlie Hebdo did. This sort of subtlety is lost on the Pope:

    The Pope gestured to the organizer of papal travel. Francis I added: “If my good friend Dr Gasparri says a curse word against my mother, he can expect a punch. It’s normal. It’s normal. You cannot provoke. You cannot insult the faith of others. You cannot make fun of the faith of others.”

    Except, of course, one can kill somebody by hitting them with a fist. Is the Pope saying that the normal answer to insult is bodily injury, or killing people? To his credit, the Pope admitted that it was what the Christian Church used to do, and that it was no good.

    Insulting a superstition ought not to be equated to insulting one’s mother.

    Why are those with “faith” so infuriated if one puts “faith” in doubt? If they really had faith, why would they care? Are they made to doubt?

    Conclusion: those who say they “believe”, really have no “faith”. That’s why they hurt so bad.
    https://patriceayme.wordpress.com/2015/01/15/pope-francis-a-jihadist/

  8. Why Oh Believers, So Little Faith? | Patrice Ayme's Thoughts Says:

    […] believe in their own “faith”. Same story with the Pope and his angry eyes when saying that “provoking the faith” justified murder. It is a case of Bad Faith (Bad Faith as technically meant by […]

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