The Week In Doom — Pope Reaches Out To Furries Edition

Item Francis “Lost Memory”, Blasphemes God Who “Wants Transsexuals That Way”

Confronted with the Zanchetta case, an Argentinean bishop, accused of homosexual abuses, and promoted and protected by Francis, he answered with a torrent of words calling Zanchetta’s promotion to the Vatican a “parking” in Italy.

Speaking about transvestites, Francis said that he would tell them “the truth” which he formulates like this: “God wants you that way, settle it with God.”

Speaking about furries, Francis said, “God wants you that way, settle it with God.”

Speaking about necrophiliacs, Francis said, “God wants you that way, settle it with God.”

Speaking about psychopaths, Francis said, “God wants you that way, settle it with God.”

We’ve seen this argument many times, so much that we might label it the Father Martin Fallacy, officially the God Made You That Way So Do What You Like Fallacy.

Item “16-44… It’s a big gap.” But this didn’t stop Andy and Beth from giving #AgeGapLove a go.

Since it might not survive, this is a clip from a TV 5 program about how a man grew up with a little girl, waited until she was 16, then ran off with her. The program insists it was all the girl’s idea.

Item Netflix horror movie ‘The Perfection’ is making people sick

Netflix’s new movie “The Perfection” is sick — and not in the good way.

Viewers are reporting headaches, nausea and even vomiting after watching the 90-minute horror flick’s particularly gory scenes.

The details are unnecessary. What’s interesting to us is that this evil company—and it’s not just them: Disney, too—has “threatened” to move out of Georgia because that state passed a law which reduced the odds the lives inside would-be mothers would be executed by “doctors.” Netflix, as is clear from the movie, is for the killing.

Maybe they want to film some of these killings for new movies?

At any rate, Georgia has shown us a way to rid ourselves of the Hollywood menace. Forward, patriots!

Item Satanic Temple cites religious beliefs as immunity from Supreme Court abortion ruling on fetal remains

The Satanic Temple said it would challenge a Supreme Court ruling from Tuesday that upheld part of an Indiana law requiring the burial or cremation of fetal remains.

The group is citing religious freedom in declaring immunity from the law, according to the Arkansas Times.

“One of The Satanic Temple’s fundamental tenets is the inviolability of one’s body,” the international organization said in a statement.

Three-word summary: Pluralistic religious freedom. David French, as quoted in First Things, says pluralism, which he loves, “is the notion that people of diametrically opposed belief systems can live and work side by side so long as they treat each other with dignity and respect.”

The problem is that you cannot mandate or enforce dignity and respect. And, in a democracy, once a position gains a certain number of adherents, it becomes by the Voting Fallacy a true or good position.

Which reminds us of this joke:

Unless you have inviolable principles at the foundation of a democracy, which (by definition) cannot be deviated from, you will eventually become…well, what we are becoming. Democracy only works where there are shared goals and values, with narrow bounds.

Item MTV Reveals First Sexually Fluid Reality Dating Show

Following Are You the One?‘s signature format, 16 singles will travel to Hawaii in hopes of finding their “perfect match” and splitting the $1 million cash prize. But, for the first time ever on a dating competition show in the U.S., there will be no gender limitations, as each castmember identifies as sexually fluid.

It’s usually difficult or illegal to secure TNT, so the best way to destroy your TV is with a sledgehammer. One, two whacks max, is all it takes.

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Item NRO: Time for a Compromise on Transgenderism

I doubt that many Americans would disagree that the country’s conversation about gay rights is far more mature and considered than it was two decades ago.

Today, there exists broad understanding that homosexual people are unavoidable and common, present in all corners and demographics of American life. Through education, and especially exposure, homosexuality is no longer regarded as bizarre, threatening, or mysterious…

Looking at the state of America’s transgender debate, I often wonder if things are destined to unfold in a similar way.

The conservative case for THANK YOU SIR MAY I HAVE ANOTHER. Every NRO article, now written entirely by AI. Also, the Washington Times. Not only does Conservative, Inc surrender in every single damn battle, they want their soldiers to pay for the Vaseline.

Item It’s worse than you thought.

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He misspelled “re-criminalize”. Covfefe!

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  1. program about how a man grew up with a little girl, waited until she was 16, then ran off with her. The program insists it was all the girl’s idea.

    Wasn’t that a Heinlein plot? The Door into Summer or something like that? The one where some 30-ish guy marries a 12 y.o. albeit after some finagling to ‘adjust’ their ages. IIRC, the getting married thing was her idea as well.

  2. “Today, there exists broad understanding that homosexual people are unavoidable and common, present in all corners and demographics of American life.”

    Again, so are serial killers, theives, pedofiles (those are VERY common—perhaps moreso than homosexuals), liars, rapists, etc. So we just let everyone rape, kill, bang children, etc. Yeah, that’s what we are arguing here and people are so stupid and/or evil, they don’t even care. I see people auctioning off their 6 year old to the highest bidder soon. After all, EVERYTHING is moral now if people engage in the behavior on a regular basis and you might as well LEARN TO LOVE IT.

  3. There is no such thing as “Conservative” in the American political conversation. The word has no meaning. Conservatism is now gender-fluid.

    And that did not happen by accident.

    “The conservative case for THANK YOU SIR MAY I HAVE ANOTHER. Every NRO article, now written entirely by AI. Also, the Washington Times. Not only does Conservative, Inc surrender in every single damn battle, they want their soldiers to pay for the Vaseline.”

    Just because the neo-cons at National Review and their other organs call themselves “conservative” does not make it so.

    Their goal, since their infiltration of the Republican party (when it was actually conservative), is to re-define “conservative” to mean: belief in the need for never-ending war in the Middle East for our “closest democratic ally.”

    All the domestic, cultural, legal, immigration, and American issues are distracting road-kill to them. They prefer a destroyed American culture. It makes the shell-shocked victims of PC-Prog easier to manipulate into supporting never-ending war for their foreign masters.

  4. Befriend a single mommy, keep her daughter away from boys, parties, booze, drugs, tattoo parlors, hair clippers, cigarettes, and junk food, then marry her the day she turns legal age. If you can’t find a decent white woman, create one!

    If you call this “pedophilia” and say it’s more common than homosexuality, I’ll say yeah, behaviors that boost reproduction are more common than behaviors that thwart it (like dating 38-year-old hags who “travel a lot”). Something to do with Darwin.

    You could also call it “Christianity”, as the Medieval church set the age of marriage at thirteen for girls and fourteen for boys.

  5. is the notion that people of diametrically opposed belief systems can live and work side by side so long as they treat each other with dignity and respect.”

    The problem is that you cannot mandate or enforce dignity and respect.

    It is worse than that. People of diametrically opposed belief systems have diametrically opposed beliefs about what dignity or respect are or entail.

    For person A, refusing to bake a cake for a “gay wedding” is not respecting the identity of the gays involved. For person B, forcing a Christian baker to bake such a cake is not respecting the religion of the baker involved. For an African Muslim, banning female circumcision is not respecting him and his religion.

  6. Dave2 writes “You could also call it Christianity”

    The number of things I could call it is nearly infinite. Most of my choices would probably not convey the idea; just as your choice does not convey the idea.

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