Pope: “Child porn is ‘normal’”

On December 20, 2010 – Pope Benedic XVI in his traditional Christmas address to Cardinals and officials working at Vatican – had claimed that child pornography is normal. The Holy Sea also claimed that paedophilia wasn’t considered an “absolute evil” as recently as the 1970s.

Last month Pope Benedict XVI condoned the condom to have sex out of marriage without fearing AIDS.

This new inspiration brings the ‘Vicar of Christ on Earth’ much closer to one of Hollywood’s top Russian-Israel Jewish porn actor. Michael Lucas (aka Andrei Bregman) in common hatred toward Islam. In Pope’s views Muslims are “people of force and sword and that knowledge and reason are concepts foreign to their behaviour”. And Rabbi Lucas believes that Hitler’s Mein Kampf drives its inspiration from Holy Qur’an. However, copntrary to that, Abraham Foxman, national director of Israeli propaganda organization, Anti-Defamation League (ADL) had claimed in 2006 that Hitler’s hatred toward Jews was based on the New Testament’s hatred towards the Jews, and he demanded that all those anti-Jew verses (over 100) should be deleted from the Christian Bible.

After listening to Pope’s ‘fatwa’ – I bet Joshua Cohen must be very proud seeing the Pope got inspired by the Book of Genesis and his post ‘Jewish pornography questions the limitation of assimilation’ (New York Press, 3/5/2003), in which he tried to prove that pornography could be JEWISH.

“The Tanakh – the Old Testament and the Jewish Scriptures – is full of incest and the taking of virgins. In a literature where the idea of “barely legal” has absolutely no meaning, scripture and pornography overlap more than you’d think,” he wrote.

“Jewish Porn (JP) fetishizes Jewish women. In the Jew-run Vivid Video’s The Burning Bush… Hot, Jewish Babe Vivid, Sex Action, one can enjoy “4 Hrs. of Fiddling on the Roof!” Jeanna Fine, Sindee Cox, Melissa Monet, Nina Hartley (nee Hartman) and Alexandra Silk suck and fuck as in any film – the only difference is these girls are said to be Jewish,” Cohen goes on.

“Another recurring motif in JP is the idea of the Mikvah, the ritual bath, as it relates to a woman’s menstruation and the sacred purification process. One site suggests that a Mikvah is an excellent place to pick up Jew-girls. These aspects of Judaism are more than mere set pieces for masturbating. There is a deeper significance. If all male Jews died out, there would still be Jews, in a Talmudic sense. Jewish women are the hosts of the bloodline, the givers of the ethnicity. There are only more Jews because of Jewish women, so it’s not unnatural that they may be venerated and sexualized, admired as Jews first, women second. In consuming JP, are Jewish men driven by a fear of extinction?”, says Cohen.

Holy Qur’an forbids pornography (Fuhsha), both in open or in privacy: “Tell them (O’ Muhammad): “My Lord has only forbidden indecent acts, whether overt or hidden,” Holy Qur’an 7:33.

For more on Islamic views on Pornography, read HERE

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3 responses to “Pope: “Child porn is ‘normal’”

  1. gottfriedleibniz

    I’m sure you didn’t mean to misquote the Pope, but I thought you should know that the article to which you cite is taking the Pope’s comments completely out of context. If you read the actual address, you will find that the Pope is saying that morality is NOT relative, and that child porn is immoral and harmful.

    “But neither can we remain silent regarding the context of these times in which these events have come to light. There is a market in child pornography that seems in some way to be considered more and more normal by society. The psychological destruction of children, in which human persons are reduced to articles of merchandise, is a terrifying sign of the times. From Bishops of developing countries I hear again and again how sexual tourism threatens an entire generation and damages its freedom and its human dignity. The Book of Revelation includes among the great sins of Babylon – the symbol of the world’s great irreligious cities – the fact that it trades with bodies and souls and treats them as commodities (cf. Rev 18:13). In this context, the problem of drugs also rears its head, and with increasing force extends its octopus tentacles around the entire world – an eloquent expression of the tyranny of mammon which perverts mankind. No pleasure is ever enough, and the excess of deceiving intoxication becomes a violence that tears whole regions apart – and all this in the name of a fatal misunderstanding of freedom which actually undermines man’s freedom and ultimately destroys it.

    “In order to resist these forces, we must turn our attention to their ideological foundations. In the 1970s, paedophilia was theorized as something fully in conformity with man and even with children. This, however, was part of a fundamental perversion of the concept of ethos. It was maintained – even within the realm of Catholic theology – that there is no such thing as evil in itself or good in itself. There is only a “better than” and a “worse than”. Nothing is good or bad in itself. Everything depends on the circumstances and on the end in view. Anything can be good or also bad, depending upon purposes and circumstances. Morality is replaced by a calculus of consequences, and in the process it ceases to exist. The effects of such theories are evident today. Against them, Pope John Paul II, in his 1993 Encyclical Letter Veritatis Splendor, indicated with prophetic force in the great rational tradition of Christian ethos the essential and permanent foundations of moral action. Today, attention must be focussed anew on this text as a path in the formation of conscience. It is our responsibility to make these criteria audible and intelligible once more for people today as paths of true humanity, in the context of our paramount concern for mankind.”
    ———————
    Even if you are not Catholic, I’m sure you would agree with most everything the Pope has said here. There seems to be an effort, on the part of the mainstream media, to discredit the Pope. This quote taken out of context is slanderous because it makes the Pope’s address seem to say the exact opposite of what it really said.

    This Pope has made efforts to reform some wrongdoings of the bishops. For example, for the last several decades the Catholic seminaries were allowing homosexuals to study for the priesthood. This has resulted in homosexual priests, and the pederasty scandal. (The mainstream media tries to paint the scandal as a “pedophile” problem, but really the problem is that homosexuals have a tendency to bugger young boys. Ancient history is replete with stories of this perversion.) One of the first things Pope Benedict did was to enforce the rule that “clearly that the Church…cannot admit to the seminary or to holy orders those who practice homosexuality, present deep-seated homosexual tendencies or support the so-called ‘gay culture”.

    So what does the MSM do about a Pope who attacks the homosexual agenda? They make an effort to paint him as a homosexual. To my mind, this is very similar to the way the Hollywood movies try to make all Muslims into terrorists. It is a lie that gets repeated so often, that people start to believe “where there is smoke, there is fire.”

    We need to resist this propagandizing by the MSM. We need to stop playing into Christians vs. Muslims. We need to stop repeating the lies. For many years I believed the lies about the Muslims, but then I kept meeting Muslims who were not angry or violent. I made friends with Arab and Indian Muslims who were very gracious and gentle. Then I found out that the media had been creating that false image. (check out: wakupfromyourslumber.com)

    Peace.

  2. Frankly, I have no stone to turn by taking the Pope’s rant out of context? Being a graduate of a Catholic Mission, I have no stone to grind by attacking the Pope or Christianity. It’s the Pope who have been dancing on Zionists’ tune insulting Islam, the Prophet (pbuh) and the Muslims in general. In his Easter message, Pope Benedict XVI, even igonred to mention the murder of 1000 Muslim children each day by the Judeo-Christian wariors in Iraq, Afghanistan, Palestine, Sudan, Somalia, Chechnya and Philippines.

    http://rehmat1.wordpress.com/2010/04/08/easter-message-anti-semitism-and-genocide-of-muslim-children/

    I respected late Pope John Paul II, though he had Jewish blood, and wrote a welcome post when he visited Canada. However, I have such feelings for the current Pope, who is nothing but a ‘Zionist double agent’ – as American Catholic writer, Joanna Francis, called him.

    http://www.thepeoplesvoice.org/cgi-bin/blogs/voices.php/2006/09/19/p10875

  3. gottfriedleibniz

    However, I have such feelings for the current Pope, who is nothing but a ‘Zionist double agent’ – as American Catholic writer, Joanna Francis, called him.

    I read Francis’ post at that cite, but I didn’t see her offer anything in the form of proof of her “zionist agent” allegation.

    I agree that the Pope has not been as strong as I would have liked in re: condemning the zionist terror state. But in 2009, during the Gaza invasion, the Vatican spokesman said: “Look at the conditions in Gaza: more and more, it resembles a big concentration camp.”

    Even your buddy JPII made mistakes in that foreign policy arena. He was the first Pope to recognize “israel”. Why did he do that? That was a big mistake, IMHO.

    But I think Benedict’s actions show him to be much better than the mainstream media makes him out. Were other Popes masons? Perhaps. But if Benedict wanted to destroy the Church, he would have left it to go on the course it was headed. Benedict’s reforms have been good ones, I think. Another example: he let the Pius X priests back into the church, and allowed any priest to say the old, pre-Vatican Mass.

    But Francis’ assertions are not proof. And anyone’s suspicions regarding the Pope are really not relevant. The fact remains that the article you cited had quoted the Pope out of context, and that his remarks said the OPPOSITE of what the article insinuated. No matter what you think of the Pope, it doesn’t help to quote him out of context.

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