Pope Finally Manages To Vaguely Admit Catholic Church Child Rape Might Be a Bad Thing
Nazi Pope Joseph Ratzinger flew on his supervillain pope-plane to Portugal and said a few words about the decades-long child-rape scandal destroying the Vatican Mafia's global bullshit business. This is apparently a big deal, that Ratzinger sort of half-ass acknowledged that priests and bishops raping children and the highest officials in the Catholic Church engineering massive international cover-ups might be kind of a rotten situation. He's the best pope ever, for saying this! He didn't even blame the newspapers and the homosexuals and the Devil and the liberals this time, specifically, the way his creepoid henchmen did during the Easter week "festivities."
Ratzinger didn't even claim that worldwide outrage over adult priests and bishops raping children was basically antisemitism -- the same thing that happened in the Holocaust, to the millions of Jews murdered at Hitler's death camps. (In the Vatican marketing department's insane comparison, the Jewish victims of genocide were akin to wealthy old Catholic priests fucking children for fun but then getting criticized, by newspapers.)
Maybe Ratzinger avoided this particularly foul train of thought because he was actually a prison guard outside prison-labor camps in Nazi Germany. You know, because that's what he did, as a Nazi soldier, for Hitler: "Ratzinger was enrolled in an anti-aircraft unit that protected a BMW factory making aircraft engines. The workforce included slaves from Dachau concentration camp."
Anyway, Ratzinger says today that, let's see:
"Attacks on the pope and the church come not only from outside the church, but the suffering of the church comes from inside the church, from sin that exists inside the church,” Benedict told reporters aboard his plane en route to Portugal, speaking about the abuse crisis.
“This we have always known, but today we see it in a really terrifying way, that the greatest persecution of the church does not come from the enemies outside but is born from the sin in the church,” he added. “The church has a profound need to relearn penance, to accept purification, to learn on the one hand forgiveness but also the necessity of justice. And forgiveness does not substitute justice.”
Well, huzzah for the pope-plane encountering a bit of reality on the way to Portugal. (Ratzinger was headed there so he could let some bishops sexually abuse the ghosts of the children who saw that Lady of Fatima UFO in 1917, shortly before God killed two of the darling little kids with the Spanish Flu. And ha ha, among Ratzinger's many other crimes, he is also accused of covering up the true "Third Secret" and releasing a fake instead, in the Year 2000. The real secret apparently predicts an impossible evil: That a Nazi would become pope and preside over and Empire of Rape.)