John Paul II tagged posts


Critical thinking, Dirty Wars, Prostitution in the Vatican and 3 bad popes

Critical thinking is essential to realize effective learning and productive thinking.  Critical thinking makes thinking better, being based on fact rather than fiction, emotion, or personal preference, more plausible, persuasive, possible, probable and realistic, rational, and reliable while enhancing the real and figurative worlds where ideas equal foundations of thoughts and actions that entails and leads to self-improvement generated from skills in using established and creating new standards by which a person appropriately, actually, and artistically assesses thinking.1  These skills lead to a better environment and effervescent eternality toward a time and clime that reaches toward the elusive level of perfection or a quality that is not considered natural but is a part of nature tha...

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Francis cardinal George and pedophiles in the Roman Catholic Church’s clergy

Francis cardinal George of Chicago wages war against sanity, justice, and freedom in his support of pedophile priests, cover-ups, and comparing LGBT people to the KKK. As sinister and unlearned as George is, he is but a small sampling of how the Roman Catholic Church is stretching to ensnare the world and destroy democracy.Read More

Roman Catholic Church attack on Human Rights and Benedict XVI’s cover-up

Corruption is everywhere in the Roman Catholic Church: from pedophile priests to castrating young males, raping young girls and older women, to open money laundering at the Vatican Bank. Benedict XVI has been knowledgeable about the crimes against humanity by his priests, bishops and cardinals, and has tried to cover each instance, as seen with letters in this essay and full documentation.Read More

Mike Huckabee, Tim Scott: God is Hate

Mike Huckabee's god of hate deliberately let 27 people die in Newtown, CT, because, the Baptist preacher said the USA closed the schools to his god--and god was seeking vengenance. He is followed by Tim Scott who would deny food or health care to anyone or his or her family if he or she was striking and has become the idol for the USA Tea Party. The hatred boiling over in the Republican Party chained to the NRA is rapidly moving against human rights and civil rights.Read More

When religion triumphs over reason, faith, psychology, investigation, and research, learning dies

Religion has always opposed human freedom. Instead of liberty to expand the mind, religion has sought mind control from the days when the Christian church was formed in 325 CE, to the rise of islam and beyond. Many tortured souls, like Josemaria Escrivá hid behind mortifications of the flesh (flagellation), and pretended, like John Paul II, that these were pious acts encouraged by St. Paul--proving their own linguistic and Biblical illiteracy.Read More

Threat of John Nienstedt and the American Council of Roman Catholic Bishops to America, Democracy and Freedom

Father Benedict Groeschel argued children seduced priets, and John Neinstedt has turned to thought control and demands voting allegiance equal to the days of the Spanish Inquisition. The American Council of Roman Catholic Bishops defends the Roman Catholic Church in its move to overthrow democracy in the USA.Read More

Josef Ratzinger (Benedict XVI) and Crimes Against Humanity

Benedict XVI has condemned millions of innocent people to a grusome death. The German pope has silenced dissenters, degraded women, and made sport of the greater share of the world, leading many Roman Catholic priests to declare that Josef Ratzinger may most likely be the last pope in Roman Catholic history.Read More

Rick Santorum, Opus Dei, Roman Catholicism and USA democracy and freedom

The Pittsburgh, PA, Post-Gazette wrote on October 22, 2006, that "Santorum exemplifies the worse in Washington." Santorum has not changed, but drags in money as if it is his right, and with his wife Karen, shows increasing mental illness (from the time he took home a dead 20-week fetus for his children to play with) to attacks on basic civil rights while leaguing with hate-mongers Bob Vander Plaats of Iowa and Bradlee Dean (Smith) of Minnesota who openly seek the execution of LGBT people, while denouncing food stamps for the poor and black who are "too fat".Read More

Psychology of Suicide and Bullying–and how religion, school/classmates and family affect both

Suicides are the result of depression and bullying. Suicides are not spontaneous, and are a result of lack of communication, compassion, and openness. The family, religion, politics, school, and work are all factors in suicides.Read More