Tuesday, 12 January 2010

The Pope and Mrs. Robinson

The Pope has just come out with a statement linking the Catholic Church’s opposition to gay marriage to global warming. Both, according to Benedict, are a threat to creation. The Pope has clearly not yet finished reading his copy of Double Cross: The Code of the Catholic Church.

About a year ago, Protestant Iris Robinson, wife of Northern Ireland’s First Minister and a Member of the UK Parliament, branded homosexuality “an abomination” and urged homosexuals to seek psychiatric help. Robinson, it appears, had it directly from God: “Homosexuality is not natural. My Christian beliefs tell me that it is an abomination and that is very clear. It is an offence to God, an offensive act and something God abhors… I have a lovely psychiatrist who works with me in my office trying to turn homosexuals away from what they are engaged in. I’m happy to put any homosexuals in touch with this gentleman.”

Loathing of homosexuals seems to unite Protestants and Catholics. There must be hope for Ireland, after all.

It now turns out that devout Mrs. Robinson did not read the rest of her Bible. Did she miss class when they taught about adultery? Perhaps she was getting laid at the time. Not only did a 59-year-old Robinson have an affair with a 19-year-old boy, she appears to have paid him for it. The MP and wife of Northern Ireland’s First Minister arranged for two property developers to fund a business for her lover to the tune of £50,000. Greedy on top of it all, Robinson demanded a 10% cut. Lover boy had to give her £5000 in cash-back in return for the money she had organised for him.

As a good Christian she must believe in hell. I wish her all the fires she believes in. She is already getting a taster and is hiding behind a “nervous breakdown”.


  1. Now that blasphemy is punishable by hefty fines in Ireland, I'm sure Ms. Robinson's breakdown will soon be relieved.

  2. I don't think she will end up in hell. her precious work curing the Homosexuals will redeem

  3. I am glad that your writing and critical skills are as unremitting as before.

    Double standards among moralists are a common feature. Therefore Mrs. Robinson seems to be in good or rather bad company and does not deserve a special crucifixion. A certain gratification for you should do.

    And frankly, I don't quite agree with your statement that Jesus does not love Mrs. Robinson. There is enough evidence in the bible that Jesus also loved the sinners and adulteresses. When public opinion, the press, politics and the Protestant Church are condemning Mrs. Robinson, Jesus is the only one who can forgive and embrace her.

  4. ich liebe Deine Blogs und besonders den letzten ueber Mrs. Robinson.

  5. It seems that the lovely psychiatrist has also double crossed her and avoided helping her with the nervous breakdown.

  6. I simply adore hypocrites.

  7. What used to be "nervous breakdowns" are now "nervous breakthroughs."