Of all the groups that could take a stand against the anal agenda, I never would have expected the Catholic Church.
The Vatican confirmed Tuesday it had lodged a diplomatic protest against a draft Italian law against homophobia, in what a news report called an “unprecedented” act of meddling in Italy’s affairs.
The so-called Zan law, currently being debated in Italy’s parliament, seeks to punish acts of discrimination and incitement to violence against gay, lesbian, transgender and disabled people.
According to the Corriere della Sera newspaper, the Vatican argued in a letter, or “note verbale”, that the bill violates the Concordat, the bilateral treaty between Rome and the Holy See, by curtailing Catholic freedom of belief and expression.
Vatican spokesman Matteo Bruni confirmed to AFP that the document was “informally delivered” to the Italian ambassador to the Holy See on June 17.
“It is an unprecedented act in the history of relations between the two states — or at least, there are no public precedents,” Corriere said, adding that the note was presented by Archbishop Paul Richard Gallagher, Pope Francis’ de facto foreign minister.
Well, there are also not any public precedents for the level of anal we are currently being subjected to in the Western world.
Do you know what “homosexuality” means a man ejaculates into another man’s anus and calls that “love”?
Since his election in 2013, Francis has adopted a softer tone on homosexuality, notably saying “who am I to judge?” and agreeing to same-sex couples being granted legal recognition.
Nevertheless, under him the Vatican continues to defend marriage as being between a man and a woman, opposes gay adoptions, and sees “gender ideology” as a threat to traditional family values.
Specifically, the Vatican’s letter objected to Catholic schools not being exempted from a proposed national day against homophobia, lesbophobia and transphobia, to be held on May 17.
It also expressed concern that because of the Zan law, Catholics could in the future face legal action for expressing their opinions on LGBTI (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex) issues, Corriere said.
Meanwhile in Norway…
I was today years old when I learned that a Norwegian public tv station created a photographic guide to sex positions, including one they call “clamping koala”
Stating the obvious: Be advised link has photos of nude Norwegians demonstrating sex positions https://t.co/62BW6PElbV
— Tessa Dare (@TessaDare) June 21, 2021
How did everything turn so satanic?
The answer may shock you.