Monday, August 18, 2014

maharishi bergoglio speaks of peace in the middle east

maharishi bergoglio speaks of peace in the middle east

Imagine the following quote from bergoglio being spoken with a slight Indian accent while he is sitting cross legged on the ground and with a white turban on his head and a long shaggy beard....

maharishisi bergoglio speaks on ISIS’ aggression against Christian minorities in Iraq and the bombs dropped by the US....

http://vaticaninsider.lastampa.it/en/the-vatican/detail/articolo/francesco-corea-35862/

“In cases where there is unjust aggression, all I can say is that it is right to “stop” an unjust aggressor. I must emphasise the verb “stop”, by this I do not mean dropping bombs and declaring war, but stopping it. Careful consideration needs to go into how it is stopped. Stopping an unjust aggressor is right. But we must bear in mind how many times the excuse of stopping an unjust aggressor has been used by powers to take control of populations and gone to war in order to conquer. One nation alone cannot judge how an unjust aggressor should be stopped. After World War Two, the idea of the United Nations came about; this is where discussion needs to take place, asking: is this an unjust aggressor? It seems so, so how do we stop him? Nothing more than this. Secondly there are the minorities. Thank you for using this term. Because people talk to me about Christians, about the suffering, about martyrs. And yes, there are many martyrs. But here there are men and women, religious minorities; not all of them are Christians but all of them are equal in God’s eyes. Stopping the unjust aggressor is humanity’s right but it is also the aggressor’s right to be stopped so he does not cause any harm.”
 
In the background the "catholic monks" dressed in saffron robes chant... OOOM... OOOM...

And the crowd of "catholic" spectators respond with dancing and clinking finger cymbals and singing and chanting... hare krishna... hare krishna... krishna krishna... hare hare.... hare krishna... hare krishna...

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