Thursday, July 18, 2013

Argentina, Brazil: controversy on Bergoglio's visit

The fascist criminal Pope Bergoglio is visiting his native Argentina this week, as well as nearby Brazil. Believe it or not the Argentine state is wasting USD 82 million in this private religious activity. 

Even more controversial is the the felling of some 300 trees in Niteroi (Brazil) to make room for Christian fanatics to perpetrate virtual human sacrifice (mass), an act denounced as "criminal" by the vice-mayor of this city.

There are already anti-Pope demonstrations called, although it is unclear how many people will attend. 

Source: Webguerrillero[es].

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