3rd April 2012

“When the redoubt [of Montsegur] was seized 220 Cathar perfects were consumed alive in a great fire. The burning was part of a new policy cooked up by the Catholic syndicate. The Inquisitions had begun.”

Gregory Paul

5 Responses to “3rd April 2012”

  1. R J Says:


    ya just cant beat the Inquisition for big laughs !!!

    those catholics are a bunch of mad-cap

    ne’er-do wells !!!

  2. R J Says:

    oh .

    and how bout that crazy pope’s visits to

    africa and cuba !!!

    boy-o-boy !! what a cut-up !!

    what a merry prankster !!!

    what a douch-bag…………….

  3. poky Says:

    Throughout history religious fundamentalist zealots have removed their competition by killing them in the name of their gods. Inquisitions and jihads to purge heretics and infidels were (are) seen a righteous acts.

    Now, we are much more civilized, because instead of killing the competition, Christian Fundamentalists simply cripple the lives of those who are different from them by finding legal ways of denying their human and civil rights.

  4. Jeff Says:

    Per Mr. Brooks:

    “The Inquistion, what a show
    The Inquistion, here we go
    We know you’re wishing
    That we’d go away
    So, c’mon you Moslems and you Jews
    We got big news for all of yous
    You better change your point of views today
    ‘Cause the Inquistion’s here and it’s here to stay”

    Sorry – couldn’t figure a way to say it better.

  5. Sinjin Smythe Says:

    Not for nothing but those Cathars had a pretty bad option: Burned alive or burned alive.

    I live for the day when we are even more civilized than Poky presumes we are today. I live for a day when all this religious nonsense is nothing more than a section of the natural history museum.

    A day when children on museum field trips will scan the crosses and bibles, the Egyptian amulets and hieroglyphs, the voodoo dolls and shrunken heads, and say to each other “Man people used to be f’d up back in the days of religion!”