Tuesday, September 19, 2006

benedictus XVI (what a silly name)

benedictus XVI (what a silly name)
the pope is:

"deepy saddened"

by the way his words were interpreted in the muslim world.

in fact, what he wanted is:

"to open a dialog"

"i don't know why but i feel we're going to laugh a lot with this pope"


Blogger tove said...

haha wonderful!
what a great dialog it will be then..hm?

haha, this sounds rather weird,but actually we met when you played in skärholmens kyrka in sweden..(of course you dont remember me.)it was for about two weeks.

thinking of people like you makes me glad. keep painting! and keep living on our earth!

Love from stockholm,
through me, tove

7:13 PM  
Blogger The Minstrel Boy said...

i, for one, have been dissapointed since the successor to john paul 2nd missed a golden opportunity to take the name "george ringo."

7:25 PM  
Blogger laure ghorayeb said...

ton pape depasse de loin toute imagination.

8:59 PM  
Blogger Claudine said...

I tried with the most positive intentions and even more positive wishful thinking not to misinterpret the Pope's word, I read the entire address,
I failed ...
to grasp the meaning
to see a leeway for a dialog
to understand the timing and significance of this speech
I too am deeply saddened that this type of speech is coming from this type of authority ...

10:14 PM  
Blogger Ana Bande said...

Tranquilicémonos todos un poco, olvidémonos de las religiones y seamos felices, es poco el tiempo de que disponemos, no lo malgastemos en absurdas peleas. Como dice un gran dibujante español "El Roto", que las guerras de religión se soluciones con rezos (los creyentes, claro). Salud.

12:11 AM  
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12:16 PM  
Blogger mazen said...

jorj, i think you've been sold bad extasy pills.

2:45 PM  
Blogger ma2 said...

shouldn t we take a step back and stop thinking in black and white? in muslim-world and christian world? in west and east? common, where is this gonna end?
have we forgotten to take the responsibilities of our positions? have we forgotten not to insult others?have we forgotten to forgive mistakes of others? cant we explain ourselves and talk instead of burning down flags, bombing mosks and countries....goddammit...and who the fuck takes the pope serious anyways?and bush?haha.
leave him alone....poor bastard....he should stop insulting homosexuals, and give the "christian-world" the right to use condoms....just for the sake of cutting down aids in africa....

11:59 PM  
Blogger cile said...

hm, yes, the pope. i think this one is a dangerous man. as we all can figure out: even the journalist, or writer always uses quotations of interviewed people in articles, and the used quotes are always selected in order to tell the story from the perspective of the journalist writing it. and although they are not the journalist's own words, they are telling the story just like the journalist wants it.
Ratzinger defending his choice by: 'it are not my own words' is of course a crazy 'defense'.
also in the land Italy the pope is heavily interfering in daily national politics, explicitly attacking women's rights to make her own responsible choices...
so yes, i do find this pope and his agenda dangerous. his words were 'chosen' and that's it.

there's a nice song on ratzinger, in italian -->

10:15 AM  

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