The International Tribunal Into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS) is announcing the worldwide “Occupy The Vatican” movement. It’s set to begin on Palm Sunday which, in 2012, ironically is April Fool’s Day.
According to the ITCCS announcement, Occupy The Vatican will take “direct action against the world’s oldest and most ruthless criminal.”
“Gee, what’s that human exorcism chain?”
“Not in Our Name” (NON), a group of Catholic and Protestant clergy who “support the legal disestablishment of criminal church corporations like the Vatican and the Church of England,” will be linking up with Occupy the Vatican. NON seeks a “return to an egalitarian, congregational system of Christianity devoid of the genocidal legacy of Christendom.”
Also joining in the movement will be traditional indigenous elders in Canada from the Mohawk, Squamish, and Ojibway nations who survived Catholic and Protestant “Indian residential schools.” Their particular contribution to the movement will be to issue new banishment orders evicting these churches from their lands.
On April 8—Easter Sunday—Occupy the Vatican supporters will gather in Rome to create a “human exorcism chain” around the Vatican. They’ll be praying that God “expel the spirit of lies and violence” from the Church.
Caoimhin Ui Niall of Occupy the Vatican said:
The important thing is to take action to dismantle the church from the ground up, and place it under public control. That’s the only way future generations of our children will be safe from a church that’s a law unto itself and feeds and profits off the suffering of the innocent.
Let everyone do something on April 1 and April 8 to end the reign of terror of this false church.
The Motley Monk’s Mom used to warn him about prayer. “Be careful about what you ask for. You may just get what you’re asking for,” she’d say.
That warning seems apropos for the Occupy the Vatican’s human exorcism chain. They had better be careful about what they’re asking for. They might just find that God expels their spirit of lies and violence from the Church.
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