Vatican Cries Again

Oh I love a good scandal. As a writer, nothing gets my mouth wet and hungry for more then some damn good naughty stuff. However, I drew the line when the scandal concerning the hidden Sexual Abuse that the Catholic Churches were covering up some off years back came flying out into the open. Let’s admit –that wasn’t fun and juicy scandal-a-liscious but rather horrible and shocking.

By the way, my heart bleeds for those children…adults…victims.

But that happened ages ago right and should be over now…ya think? (note to self–it never ended, was never resolved, but keep reading.)

So now what has the Vatican’s robes all in a twist then? Same ol, same ol. Except now  the Pope is trying to dodge a lawsuit brought against them by those in Kentucky. What does Kentucky want? They want the damn Pope on the stand, that’s what, and I can’t say I blame them.

However and I shall quote, quote, quote:

Court documents obtained Tuesday by The Associated Press show that Vatican lawyers plan to argue that the pope has immunity as head of state, that American bishops who oversaw abusive priests weren’t employees of the Vatican, and that a 1962 document is not the “smoking gun” that provides proof of a cover-up.Source and more excuses, arguments, and so on.

Anyone else notice that after this (bleepin) scandal hit the fan that the Vatican, their Bishops, their Priests, their Popes just passed the blame from one so called clueless fool to the other? Like those who did work for them but didn’t work for them, from the laws on confidentiality, to the Priests who didn’t do it, to the Nuns who never knew it.

And no, this isn’t some Pagan’s attempt to attack the almighty church lol. But let’s face it folks…if the Cult of Pagan-hubba-hubba had done some sinful and unspeakable deeds to a bunch of innocent kids then every single one of them would be strung up and punished over it. Yet here we are dealing with title, money, power, and more importantly…religion…and yet this thing drags on and on and on and on.

For a recap of the past…basically what happened is so many years ago people started stepping forward admitting that this priest or that these priests from various Catholic Churches had sexually molested them as children. BUT instead of the church bringing charges or kicking the wolf in sheep’s clothing out of their sacred cloths and holier than thou collars—INSERT BIG FREAKIN COVER UP HERE–they simply hushed up the whole mess and sent those priests to a DIFFERENT church ………elsewhere….you know, in stranger and unsuspecting pastures.

Did the Priests stop? Did any of them stop?

Hell no.

What sick pedophile stops when they don’t have to fear the law? Instead of purging themselves of their sinful ways and at least tempting to make amends, they simply found NEW unsuspecting victims in NEW churches as the entire cycle just kept repeating.

However, in that lies the problem. The mighty and Powerful Vatican claims they had a communication problem and that no one told anyone anything. NO ONE knew anything, even though the morons passing the dirty priest off to another unknowing community had to know something in order to pass the buck, right? And who did they call to know what to do? And even if nothing was proven, although how could it be when every time it happened someone gave the ok to sweep it under the rug,  Even still, although…no one continued to know anything of nothing of something concerning whatever which never didn’t and couldn’t have ever happened.

*scratches head…what?* I smell a Oliver North—FALL GUYS.

You can click the source above and hear all the glorious excuses but my point is this and will always be…

Why is it still going on? And when are we going to stop shoving crap under the rug?

I don’t care who you are…I don’t care if your God has ordained you purer than the purist of pure! You are in a HUMAN body with NATURAL Human needs. Am I saying molesting a kid is a human need? Hell no. But maybe if we stop denying ones of their God given urges and convincing them to live a life no man or woman was ever meant to live, then maybe, just maybe, some of this sick crap will just fade to black.

Plan A–Treat the Priests to an all- you- can- romp- Hooker- fest in secret ….since we now know they can pass Pedophiles around in secret….surely they can have a hooker fest in secret.

Oh wait, that’s not a secret anymore, is it?

Ok then, plan B–

Call CNN and say God called and said let them sexually suppressed poor boys take a lustful wench as a wife then. That’s right. I said it. Let them men take wives/same sex husbands *gasps* and have a Honeymoon.

If God gave thee a willy then free willy with a consenting ADULT, damn it.

Will that stop the Pedophiles in collars? Probably not all of them–lets be realistic here and I am not a shrink nor do I understand why these criminals do what they do, but for those who still fall off the cliff of sick, quit hiding them—send their butts to jail, (or insert one of my twisted and sadistic punishments)!

Bottom line—Protect the kids…and not the damn Priests who are mentally mucked in the brains and not true Priests if they are doing these crimes. Make Jesus proud and stop being idiots about it.

Oh and watch the attacks of the Pope and those of the church against those who were victims….in the Victims WORDS HERE

Erykah Badu Causes All Hell to Break Lose When She Disrobes In Video

Who knew a video about Individualism, walking down the street while stripping away one’s clothes, and being shot in the same spot Kennedy was killed in order to send a message would cause so much controversy.


But anytime you have nudity and are giving a message that says anything other than what society wishes to accept, there is going to be trouble.


Unless you are Pagan and then you just don’t give a damn lol. So this Pagan gets it and respects the voice who sends it even if I am not a follower of her tunes. But after this, I might have to be.


And what was the message?


"Group think that’s like a form of thinking that causes you to bury what you really feel inside to please the group so you won’t be ostracized by the group," Badu told the Wall Street Journal. "It’s a comfort zone that we create for ourselves, and I go outside of that comfort zone."

As Badu’s body lies on the ground, (in the video) she speaks in a narrative voice to explain the message. "They play it safe. Are quick to assassinate what they do not understand," Badu says in the voiceover. "This is what we have become. Afraid to respect the individual." Source


To catch the video and read the hype go  to Erkah Badu’s web site. Here


The sad thing is, we do that. Society, all around the world, will crush what it refuses to understand. And that’s REFUSE since so many will not even listen or open their minds or simply say, "Hey, that’s cool if it works for you. Its not my thang, but its yours so I can respect that."

People who pass the kids who dresses differently in the mall—they gawk and stare and make fun of him. Those who look at a strange but shocking piece of art, flip completely out. Those who name or raise their children different are mocked, threatened, and sometimes even harassed. Those who live different lifestyles which harm no one else are sometimes…killed.

But a little nudity and a message is what is poisoning and harming us, right? lol I think some people missed the message.


C.H. Scarlett

Family Breakdown

Being related by blood doesn’t guarantee much. The accident of birth can place us amongst people we don’t like, can’t relate to, are unhappy with, or worse. For people who discover their pagan identity, when their families have a different path, that difference can prove insurmountable.

However, family, ancestors and duty are important values in paganism, and were much respected by our pagan ancestors of old. How do we tackle this when things go wrong?

Where issues of physical and psychological abuse are concerned, there’s not much to ponder. No one owes a duty of care to a person who has harmed, injured or mistreated them, no matter what the blood connection. However, for most people, the trials of family life create a far more grey and uncertain experience. No matter how our parents try, most folk do not escape from childhood unscathed – I suspect it’s just a part of the process. No one, and nothing is perfect, and the places things go wrong teach and shape us. How much of that teenage feeling of being misunderstood should we carry into adult life?

Perhaps the answer here is not to look out, but inwards. What do we need now, to flourish? Do we need to forgive, let go and move on? Do we need to step away from relatives because we find their attitudes poisonous? Do we need to challenge and teach the people who failed to teach us? There’s no one right answer here, but for any kind of relationship to work, you have to know what you want from it, and what you will give, and tolerate. Stepping back from blood family and acknowledging that you do not need their approval, understanding or recognition any more is incredibly liberating. Being an adult is about not needing to be so closely parented, and it means letting those relationships change. The power to do that lies in your own perceptions, even if blood relatives still insist on treating you like a child.

Each person has the right, the duty even, to set their own boundaries and define their relationships. Family can create unbalanced relationships where one party acts as though all the power and right lies with them. It is not something any other person needs to co-operate with. Sometimes, refusing to play the same game can make a lot of odds. Duty is not a one sided thing, it is part of a balanced relationship. Where there is no balance, there is (to my mind) no obligation. It must always be an option to identify any relationship as unworkable, and step away from it. If it means a relinquishing of responsibility, then that must be done with absolute care and honour.

We should not seek to own people, nor permit them to own us. If a family scenario is unworkable for some reason, if there is no fixing it, then there is no dishonour in acknowledging the situation. There should be no power without responsibility. No duty without some kind of reciprocation. No obligation without respect. We can show by doing, by living responsibly, with care and honour. That means not only being mindful of our own actions, but also not allowing those biologically closest to us, to treat us dishonourably.