Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Nazi Pope condemns capitalism

Pope Benedict XVI has condemned "unregulated capitalism" for contributing to world tension, while every precious stone from his finger, clothes, or throne, can feed many starving children for years. He presides over enterprise worth 10 to 15 billion dollars. It costs 22 cents to provide a starving child with a meal. This graduate of Hitler Jugend, who is now the head of Roman Catholic Church, is condemning capitalism, while only 1% of his enterprise’s wealth can feed 1.2 to 1.7 million starving children for a whole year. Are the rubies and diamonds are put to better use on his fingers, rather than feeding millions of dying children? What would Jesus answer to this question?

If this is a victory, how does a defeat look like?


White House Claims Victory In Fiscal Deal, in which Obama is meeting Republicans half way on taxes, and decision on spending cuts is postponed for two months.Since it seems like there is absolutely no incentive for Republicans to do anything, and doing nothing will let the spending cuts to take effect – what did Obama get in return?