Citizen Joseph Ratzinger, current elected CEO of the Catholic Church (“The Pope”), expressed his views on homosexuality again. Few days ago, addressing the Vatican’s governing body (“The Curia”), he has declared that saving the world from homosexual behaviour is as important as saving the rainforest:

On ‘human ecology’
“We need something like human ecology, meant in the right way. The Church speaks of human nature as ‘man’ or ‘woman’ and asks that this order is respected.
This is not out-of-date metaphysics. It comes from the faith in the Creator and from listening to the language of creation, despising which would mean self-destruction for humans and therefore a destruction of the work itself of God.”

On ‘gender’
“What is often expressed and signified with the word ‘gender’ leads to the human auto-emancipation from creation and from the Creator. The human being wants to make himself on his own and to decide always and exclusively by himself about what concerns him.
But, in so doing, the human being lives against the truth and against the Spirit creator. Rain forests deserve, yes, our protection but the human being – as a creature which contains a message that is not in contradiction with his freedom but is the condition of his freedom – does not deserve it less.”

Not stating by which means should the human being be ‘protected’ from all love and intimate behaviour not approved by Catholic doctrine, and how should this ‘human ecology’ be reinforced, citizen Ratzinger left me with many questions and doubts, and fears. Abusing the influential post he is currently occupying, 85-year old Joseph Ratzinger sends around the world a message which contains resemblancies to the basic concepts of ideologies responsible for immense suffering of mankind in the past. Similar views on ‘human nature’ and the necessity to ‘protect’ humans from their freedom have been most brutally enforced during the horror years of Nazism, which originated in the same country where Mr. Ratzinger was born.

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4 Responses to “freedom of speech (marry christmas)”
  1. spacefog2001 says:

    svaki put pomislim da nema vise gluposti od ovog coveka koje bi mogle da me iznenade, ali se svaki put prevarim!!! ovaj put je nadmasio sve dostadasnje besmislene izjave…
    treba ih ukinuti i zakonom zabraniti, a njega zatvoriti. toliko!

  2. atikin says:

    I am completely agree with pezza pan.

    I consider Mr. Ratzinger’s logic very illogic but fearful.

    Linking a very actual issue and threat as environmental degradation that is progressively entering into people’s mind to anti-homosexual agenda is not more but unfortunately not less than manipulative propaganda.

    The expression used ‘human ecology’ is obviosly recalling the Nazi ideology, however, Mr. Ratzinger did not elaborated on the details, his Endlosung, how humans should be protected from homosexal behaviours.

    Considering Mr. Ratzinger’s influence such propaganda preparing an ideological base for potential human rights violations of homosexuals left me with disgust.

  3. spacefog2001 says:

    Hola chicita… great to have you on our friend’s blog 🙂 Kisses and see you soon…

  4. pezza pan says:

    we are not alone, atikin 🙂 thanks for the comment 🙂

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