Pope Ratzi’s sinister familiar keeps an eye on me 24/7.
Speaking of creepy beanie-headed woman-hating mystics, Pope Ratzi is currently evangelizing in Brazil, where he has reiterated to thunderous applause his support for compulsory pregnancy and the uninterrupted practice of Catholic doctrine defining women as meat envelopes.
His remarks come in the wake of groundbreaking revolutionary doin’s in Mexico City, where (in an act particularly poignant to the American feminist who has just watched the Supremes ban the ‘partial birth abortion’), last month a woman’s right to control the contents of her own uterus was decriminalized. It goes without saying that Catholic gasbags have condemned to enternal damnation the legislators who voted for this long-overdue reform. Ratzi, en route to Brazil, pronounced as much from the Papal Plane. I can’t imagine why anybody would care if this douchebag booted’em from the Hate Club — my personal reaction to such news would be to throw a houseboat party — but apparently excommunication is a big deal in some circles.
Wherever legislation strips women of their personal bodily sovereignty and claims state ownership of women’s personal uteruses, there lurks in the shadows a pusillanimous cadre of sinister godbags putting the thumbscrews to the politicians. Brazil is no exception. Thanks to pressure from influential Catholic misogynists, compulsory pregnancy is already the law of the land there, which means, as it always does, not that abortions cease, but that abortions are performed by backalley butchers.
Naturally this butchery murders women in untold numbers. The sinister godbags, who chirp, as does Pope Ratzi, about “the promotion of respect for life,” are happy as clams about this. It fits in neatly with their plans. It’s all part of their diabolical world-domination scenario, effortlessly reinforcing patriarchal control by punishing wanton sluts while rewarding women who comply.
Of course, the “rewards” of compliance are nothing to write home about: a lifetime of household drudgery, poverty, dependence on the oppressor, endless pregnancy. But at least, saith the godbags, the ghost of a dead Jew from the Roman Empire “loves” them.