Wednesday, 29 October 2008
"Nazis were bad, after all." O'Brien in shock new finding.
Cardinal O'Brien, leader of Scotland's Catholics, confirmed this week, however tangentially, that all things considered, the Nazis were probably bad people.
The coded admission came as the Cardinal gave Gordon Brown both barrels for daring to support the new Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill.
Cardinal O'Brien has apparently decided that this is akin to supporting "Nazi-Style experiments".
Which is all rather confusing, since the last time his Cardinalness spoke bollocks in public on this topic, back in March, he promised to consult with people who actually knew something about the topic - you know, scientists.
The Diocese told The JT: "His Graciosity did meet with the boffins, but he lost track of what they were saying after 'OK, let's keep this simple'."
Anyway, it's good to know the Nazis are now on the official Catholic baddie list and let's hear no more about that Pope, you know, the one, who supported the Nazis.
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"Dear Adolf, how are you today? Question mark."