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282.  It’s some plan, isn’t it?  With mass destruction, pitiless extermination, annihilation going on all the time.  And all of this set in motion on a scale that’s absolutely beyond our imagination, in order that the Pope can tell people not to jerk off.  (God & Plan & Creationism & Evolution & Pope & God's Fascism)  Christopher Hitchens v Rabbi David WolpThe, Boston 2010

 

 

64,298.  I have as much authority as the pope.  I just don’t have as many people who believe it.  (Authority & Pope)  George Carlin

 

 

12,909.  The Pope says AIDS may be bad but condoms are worse.  What kind of moral teaching is this?  And how many people are going to die for such dogma?  (Christianity & Pope & AIDS & Contraception & Dogma)  Christopher Hitchens, v Reverend Al Sharpton

 

 

51,011.  When the late Pope John Paul II decided to place the woman so strangely known as ‘Mother’ Teresa on the fast track for beatification, and thus to qualify her for eventual sainthood, the Vatican felt obliged to solicit my testimony and I thus spent several hours in a closed hearing room with a priest, a deacon, and a monsignor, no doubt making their day as I told off, as from a rosary, the frightful faults and crimes of the departed fanatic.  In the course of this, I discovered that the pope during his tenure had surreptitiously abolished the famous office of ‘Devil’s Advocate’, in order to fast-track still more of his many candidates for canonization.  I can thus claim to be the only living person to have represented the Devil pro bono.  (Devil & Saint & Pope)  Christopher Hitchens, Hitch-22: A Memoir

 

 

59,314.  Are you seeking power in the hereafter or are you seeking it now?  It seems to me very obvious – the inescapable conclusion – that it’s temporal power that’s being talked about.  And of a very dictatorial kind.  (Pope & Power)  Christopher Hitchens v Marvin Olasky

 

 

59,442.  My favourite time in the cycles of public life is the time when the Pope is dead and they haven’t elected a new one.  There’s no-one in the world who is infallible for those weeks.  And you know, I don’t miss it.  Christopher Hitchens

 

 

12,916.  This Pope ... He [the Pope] spreads the lie that condoms actually increase the incidence of AIDS.  (Catholicism & Pope & Lie & Contraception & AIDS)  Stephen Fry, & Christopher Hitchens v the Catholic Church 2009

 

 

12,644.  The Pope was elevated to God’s sole agent to lead the Church.  (Bible & New Testament & Christianity & Catholicism & Pope)  The Forbidden Book: History of the Bible

 

 

12,793.  At Claremont the Pope commanded the knights of Europe to capture what he believed were rightfully Christian cities and kill any Muslims that stood in their way.  (Christianity & Crusades & Muslims & Catholicism & Islam & Pope)  Rageh Omaar, Christianity: A History: Crusades s1e4

 

 

12,801.  The Pope was the official head of the Church in England.  And gave Henry the title Defender of the Faith for his loyal zeal.  Yet it was this same Henry that eventually brought the Reformation to England.  (Christianity & Reformation & Catholicism & Religion & Pope & Henry VIII & England)  Ann Widdecombe, Christianity: A History: Reformation s1e5

 

 

12,919.  Pope John Paul II created more saints than all his predecessors of the of the past centuries put together.  And he had a special affinity with the Virgin Mary.  His polytheistic hankerings were dramatically demonstrated in 1981 when he suffered an assassination attempt in Rome, and attributed his survival to intervention to Our Lady of Fatima.  A maternal hand guided the bullet.  One cannot but wonder why she didn’t guide it to miss him altogether.  (Catholicism & Saint & Pope & Assassination)  Professor Richard Dawkins, The God Delusion, cited lecture Berkeley University 2008

 

 

12,924.  The papacy is not other than the ghost of the deceased Roman Empire, sitting crowned upon the grave thereof.  (Catholicism & Empire: Rome & Pope)  Thomas Hobbes 1588-1679, Leviathan

 

 

12,931.  The Pope is the true son of the Devil, a bad man, an Anti-Christ, and abominable tyrant.  (Catholicism & Pope & Insults & Edward VI)  King Edward VI

 

 

12,940.  The organisation of the Hierarchy is a complete military despotism of which the Pope is the ostensible head, but of which the Black Pope is the real head ... He is the power behind the throne.  (Catholicism & Pope & Mystery School & Jesuit)  Thomas M Harris, author Rome’s Responsibility for the Assassination of Abraham Lincoln

 

 

12,941.  According to Canon Law the control of all property of the Roman Church-state belongs to the Pope, the supreme Emperor.  (Catholicism & Pope & Property)  Thomas J Reese, Inside the Vatican: The Politics and Organisation of the Catholic Church

 

 

12,943.  For the Roman pope, by reason of his office as Vicar of Christ, and as pastor of the entire church, has full, supreme and universal power over the whole church, a power which he can always exercise unhindered.  (Catholicism & Pope & Power)  Catechism of Catholic Church 1994 p254 #882  

 

 

96,059.  Ah Constantine of how much ill was cause

Not thy Conversion, but those rich demains

That the first wealthy Pope receiv’d of thee.  Dante, Inferno XIX:115

 

 

12,946.  [sings]  We will win.  We have confidence.  In the victory.  In Good over Evil [rips picture of Pope].  Fight the real enemy.  (Catholicism & Evil & Pope & Insult)  Sinead OConnor

 

 

59,287.  From ancient times the popes had declared themselves to be equal to God.  A Lamp in the Dark – The Untold History of the Bible

 

12,965.  The Popes have not only made claims to be God, but have insisted that salvation itself depends directly upon obedience to them.  (Catholicism & Pope)  ibid.

 

59,288.  The popes took to themselves the name Holy Father.  ibid.    

 

 

12,985.  We are not the first to declare the papacy to be the kingdom of anti-Christ.  (Catholicism & Pope & Anti-Christ)  Martin Luther

 

 

59,298.  The Pope, possessed by demons, defends his tyranny with the canon, Si papa.  This canon states clearly – if the Pope should lead the whole world into the control of Hell, he is nevertheless not to be contradicted.  Martin Luther

 

 

59,299.  I believe the Pope is the masked and incarnate devil, because he is the Anti-Christ.  Martin Luther, Luther’s Words, Table Talk 54:4487 p346

 

 

59,438.  I am more afraid of my own heart than of the pope and all his cardinals.  I have within me the great pope, Self.  (Pope & Self)  Martin Luther

 

 

59,441.  I feel much freer now that I am certain the pope is the Anti-christ.  (Pope & Anti-Christ)  Martin Luther

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