Charlie Hebdo: Pope Francis says if you swear at my mother “expect a punch”.
Pope Francis has said there are limits to the freedom of expression – and that anyone who swears at his mother deserves a punch. Francis spoke about the Paris attacks while on his way to the Philippines, where around 1,500 Muslims protested yesterday against the depictions of the Prophet in the satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo.
He said that freedom of speech and expression are fundamental human rights however he added that he believes there should be limits to offending and ridiculing the faiths and beliefs of others.
By way of example, he referred to Alberto Gasparri, who organises his trips and was standing by his side on board the papal plane.
“If my good friend Dr Gasparri says a curse word against my mother, he can expect a punch,” Francis said while pretending to throw a punch in his direction.
He added: “It’s normal. You cannot provoke. You cannot insult the faith of others. You cannot make fun of the faith of others.”
Source: The Independent, UK.
The Pope do not like Charlie. Because the cartoonists have made almost an equal amount of images of the Pope, as of the false prophet Muhammad.
When the Pope arrives in France, Charlie published an image named “The dirty Pope”. Several times the dead cartoonists in Paris exposed pedophile Roman Catholic bishops, and called Roman Catholics “God’s frauds”.
Here are some of Charlie’s cartoons of the Pope: The Argentinian Pope are obviously not happy with this kind of exposure and publicity. His home contry have hardly experienced freedom of the press, but for hundres of years been under Roman Catholic colonial opression and Fascism. So the Pope must be thanking “his mother” for the Islamic terrorists who brought these cartoonists to silence. By the way: The Mother of the Pope is the pagan Queen of Heaven.
Now the Pope is conserned about the Muslims, not being able to permanently silence the cartoon magazine. So we can be sure. The Pope is not Charlie.
Truly I tell you, people can be forgiven all their sins and every slander they utter, but whoever blasphemes against the Holy Spirit will never be forgiven; they are guilty of an eternal sin.”
Jesus the Messiah was insulted all the time. But He did not retaliate. To the radical opposite: He forgave those who persecuted him, and blessed all who tried to harm him. In fact: The Messiah died for the sins of all those criminals. Also Charlie.
Written by Ivar