The Tenth Crusade
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The Tenth Crusade
I don't see Mercy in that face...
It's a funeral face if I ever saw one!
I think it is OK for him. Looks like someone somehow almost caused him to fall on top of the little boy and he was mostly angry or explaining with great emotion how both he and mostly the boy were almost injured by someone perhaps pulling on him or whatever.
Anonymous, I get that this is a natural and reasonable response to a person whose actions are harming or could potentially harm another person.Imagine for a minute that person tugging is a priest or a bishop or a nun or a Catholic school teacher who is pulling immortal souls of people you love into the arms of the devil.Imagine him doing it for decades while family members ask him to stop, when he doesn't ask his superiors to stop him.Imagine their reaction is to slander the people asking them to stop it as nasty, mad, mean people who don't like mercy. People who don't like to dance.The heretics are so much more nefarious, dangerous to the salvation of immortal souls and yet he's spent three years slandering people who do the same thing he's doing to a person giving him a booboo on his widdle wist.Look at the RAGE on his face. Over an incident where he can stank up straight and walk away. Compare that tug to the savages devouring souls for fifty years and parents asking them to stop pulling. Sixty years of patiently asking or relief from the army of nutcases pulling, pulling, pulling! And instead of taking action against the person doing the pulling, everyone all the way up to the pope tells people how good the person doing the pulling is, for the pulling is virtuous and the people getting mad at the pulling, nasty and without mercy.This struck me as funny.
Was that Trump who tugged on Bergoglio's sleeve?
To breath arch, hahahahahahah good one. Sad day when "our Holy Father" becomes such a laughing stalk! Can't hold back now, seems he's entered the real life political areana...
breathnach - hysterical!
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