Sunday, 21 May 2006

'The Diabolical Works of Mother Teresa' - now back online

Earlier this week I posted excerpts from Robert White's 2001 essay 'The Diabolical Works of Mother Teresa.' The full essay is now back online, so if you're still considering the 'Paris Hilton versus the Albanian witch' question I posed for you then, you should avail yourself now of the opportunity to get up to speed on the evidence for MT being a witch, and the morality by which she made herself one. If you revere Mother Teresa, I challenge you to read it and not have your position changed. Here's how it begins:

Mother Teresa. Saint of the Gutter. Mother of the hungry, the naked, the homeless, the crippled, the blind, the lepers, all those people who feel unwanted, unloved, and uncared-for.

Mother Teresa once observed, in a classic statement of her moral philosophy: “I think it is very beautiful for the poor to accept their lot, to share it with the passion of Christ. I think the world is being much helped by the suffering of the poor people.” Mother Teresa is not saying that she is saddened by the suffering of the poor. She is saying that the suffering of the poor is “very beautiful.” She is not saying that she wants to see poverty and suffering ended. She is saying that the poor should simply “accept their lot” and “share it with the passion of Christ.”

Read on here.

LINKS: The diabolical works of Mother Teresa - Robert White, SOLO
Paris Hilton or Mother Teresa - Not PC

TAGS: History-Twentieth_Century, Nonsense, Political_Correctness, Ethics, Religion

1 comment:

  1. Paula was telling me how she agrees with Robert - and so do I.

    Now if you had said the same about The Muslim I expect you would have had a frenzy of support from your readers. But when it is Christians they prefer to look the other way.


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