pope. . IF THIS Ni/ pts JESUS He' d put seats in am that wasted space and invite the with him.. That moment when you can't even fly in a plane without being judged Btw, this is the most stupid post I've seen today pope
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#27 - jouten
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(03/22/2013) [-]
That moment when you can't even fly in a plane without being judged

Btw, this is the most stupid post I've seen today
#70 to #27 - daentraya
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(03/22/2013) [-]
Havent seen the 'man the harpoons' post about a chubby girl, i suppose. This is second dumbest for me
#47 - connorsg
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seriously...are we really going to knit pick at this? I mean really? the guy refuses limos, he used to take public transportation before he was pope, he cooked his own meals, and lived in sub standard housing all to do what Jesuits are supposed to do, identify with the poor and serve them. I'm sorry but it doesn't matter if you are religious or an atheist but these posts are just getting ridiculous.

Heres a picture of Christians making a circle around praying muslims in Cairo to protect them from anti muslim protests. There ya go people being awesome, why do people feel the need to constantly **** on other peoples beliefs, if it isnt your life then why do you care?
#52 to #47 - EvilFluffyBunny
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I believe that is a picture of the old Pope and not the new one.
#95 to #47 - pedrophile
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I agree completely, i am a Jesuit, this is one of the most humble people in our order...
#26 - I Am Monkey
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I can't imagine that working in practice. What do they do? Just pull up to a homeless shelter and say "Hey, we got like 6 open seats on a flight to the Vatican. The plane leaves in a half hour. Also, we probably won't be visiting this country again this decade so you're on your own getting back."

It's a moot point anyway, he Jesus wouldn't need a jet. I'm pretty sure he can fly seeing that he's God and all.
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#49 to #45 - connorsg
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i think the point he is making is that if jesus really wanted to, he could.
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#22 - thereisaguy
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(03/22/2013) [-]
If he was Jesus he would probably walk, dude loved to walk.
#57 - facedodge
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(03/22/2013) [-]
Yay more anti-christian content on Funny Junk.
#91 to #57 - anon
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I'm not anti-christian, i'm anti-pope. Sitting on a golden throne in a golden palace while people starve? Nope. Just nope. Nope to the pope.
#58 to #57 - linkcic
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How the **** is this anti-christian? He's literally talking about good guy jesus. He just points out what a farce the catholic church is. Church is not religion.
#60 to #58 - facedodge
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Destroying the Church is the first step to destroying Religion. Athiests know they can't go directly at someone's beliefs, so they attack the vehicle of those beliefs.

They get Christians to say "I believe in the church teachings but I don't like the church, so I won't go or support it."

This disrupts the cycle. Their kids are much less likely to learn the teachings of Christ and much more likely to be athiests.

The Catholic Church has done more to lift people out of povertly than any snarky internet poster ever will.
#63 to #60 - Harkonnen
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(03/22/2013) [-]
God dammit you're retarded
God dammit you're retarded
#108 to #60 - jaerbuen
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Enjoy the red. You deserve it, you utter retard.
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#62 to #60 - nochetriste
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Pointing out the flaws of one system is not destroying it, if i tell, that your aquarium of sharks has a few cracks in it, i'm not bringing the hammer to it. And if you refuse to listen to me, and pay more attention to those cracks, I will just laugh, when your face is decorating the mantlepiece of a sophisticated shark.
#61 to #60 - nochetriste
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#64 to #61 - facedodge
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wat

Catholic Church = Sophisticated Shark Tank?

Whatever dude. You know this type of **** undermines Christianity by precluding the morality of the leaders who are in charge of spreading Christianity.
#66 to #64 - nochetriste
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Please, remove your head from your ass, and breath something more, than your own farts, so you could understand the metaphor i was bringing in the game. Or maybe you can't because you are more blind than a blindfolded mole in a grimy claustrophobic pipe.
#71 to #66 - facedodge
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You were saying that this photo illustrates flaws of morality in the system of the church. We should do something about it or it will fail due to it's own immorality. People will reject the church and it will fail.

I disagree.

This is a case of pure propaganda. All we ever hear about the church is their opulence and sex scandals and their failure to keep up with the times.

We never hear about the villages they bring food and water to or the homeless shelters and soup kitchens or the food drives or inspiration they bring to people to live better lives.
#75 to #71 - zeedeveel
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If the church is so charitable, they should let us remove them from tax exemption for one month because that alone would pull the country out of debt.
#73 to #71 - nochetriste
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The church has never been a good thing. Victor Hugo made it pretty clear. They have too much power and authority, atleast they had, when they were a big corporation that sold pieces of paper for bad people. In my opinion, the church has never been as good, as their religion has ordered them to be. Has the pope personally helped anybody? Of course, they say, that the pope prays for their lives, but the same can be said about me, when i talk about the future of music.
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#200 to #71 - nochetriste
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Now before i sound like an arrogant dick shaft, let me make this clear. I love reliogions. I'm not religious, but I love all religions. Because I love cultures. The way how others have defined themselves in our eyes to differ from us. Part of that is religion and tradition. They are interesting. But i'm not a part of it, and observe from far away.
I like christians too, my mother is a christian. But I do not like stupid christians, people, who dedicate all their life to that and nothing more. I myself have read the bible, and I must say it was interesting how a religion was born from that. But i just don't want to be in it I'm not trying to destroy your religion, but I'm making you question it. Question everything.
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#74 to #60 - dederplaol
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first off >ATHEIST< you see that EI not IE?! ******* spell it correctly THANK YOU

Saying that the Catholic Church has done more to lift people out of POVERTY (not ******* povertly, you illiterate **** for brains) is like saying the Tsunami in Thailand brought an end to the drought.. Are you ******* stupid? ARE. YOU. *******. STUPID?

If we go back, WAY back, like ******* ages back then MAYBE the church did **** to help out, but now and the last few hundred years have been a **** load of selfishness from the church side.

Ever heard Meja - All About The Money? ITS ALL ABOUT THE MONEY MONEY MONEY
The Church live off of retards like you and thrive on the ignorance you spew out, they just want your cash and to spread ********.

Stop relying on a ******* imaginary friend who does nothing for you and start living your life without support wheels, kthxbye
#54 - harrytheheadcrab
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Well, actually... If that was Jesus it would technically be the rapture.
#29 - paintplayer
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To further back up the things people are saying in the comments, the Pope probably didn't say "hey, make sure I get a private jet with only enough seats for me." They have to fly him alone for security just like they have to fly the President alone. If the Pope could fly coach and not have people constantly trying to touch him/ask him for an autograph/assault him/kill him then I'm sure he would do it.
#143 - chaoticscientist
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Leave the guy alone! He's the pope and head of the Catholic church, I'm pretty sure it is just for security reasons!
#23 - anon
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People always have to find a flaw in every single action someone does. Makes you feel good? Superior perhaps?
#31 to #23 - captainfuckitall ONLINE
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It's not about finding the flaw in his action, it's that HE, ONLY HE is supposed to have the closest connection to god and perhaps even talk to him personally, yet he cannot even follow the commandments of said god

It's not only insulting to the christian god, but to christians in general as well

But what the hell do I care, I don't even like the guy
#140 to #31 - pabloch
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What commandments hasn't he followed? Please explain
#193 to #140 - captainfuckitall ONLINE
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Hmm? It has nothing to do with commandments (although I'm sure he hasn't followed some. The old testament bans everything from eating shellfish to shaving your sideburns under penalty of death. And before you say the new testament removes them from play, there's also a commandment in the old testament that says until "he" comes down again, all rules are to be followed accordingly)

It has to do with being a nice and kind person, you know, giving away all his gold to feed the poor rather than looking good. After all, it was jesus himself who said that it was easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than a rich man to get into heaven
#194 to #193 - pabloch
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So you'd have the vatican give away or sell golden historical artifacts which are deemed invaluable? Why doesn't Greece, which is in a big economical crisis, sell those ancient greek statues or relics?

"It's not about finding the flaw in his action, it's that HE, ONLY HE is supposed to have the closest connection to god and perhaps even talk to him personally, yet he cannot even follow the commandments of said god"
If it's not about commandments then you just made your previous statement meaningless. And also, giving away gold to feed poor? at least say SELL, you can't feed gold to people, much less air.

It's obvious you haven't read the bible, or if you had, you didn't even comprehend what you were reading, because you keep trying to make references about the old testament, and just the fact that you try to take something from it as literal makes you an ignorant.
#195 to #194 - captainfuckitall ONLINE
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Who deems them invaluable? I'm sure jesus, who was supposed to be the very epitome of compassion and grace would have preferred even the most evil person be fed and clothed than have a bunch of artefacts at his feet. And trying to pass the attention over to someone else doesn't absolve anyone of blame

Hmm, you're right, I apologize and admit my wrong doing. If you would allow me to change my statement, I would change it to the point that he SHOULD follow all the rules god lays out, along with anything he tells the pope to do

What do you mean 'keep trying'? That was the first time I did. Oh, I'm sorry, I wasn't aware that "Exodus 21:7. states that it is acceptable to sell your daughter into slavery" is supposed to be a metaphor for...what again? Hold on, let me try again, is "Deut:13:13-9 states that ANYONE who disobeys the laws of the lord must have their town destroyed, as well as their livestock and buildings" a metaphor for "If you do not accept gods gifts, they should be taken away"?
#196 to #195 - pabloch
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History itself deemed them invaluable, other than that I can't really say anything else.

You should understand that the old testament is in part, also a historical text, it tells us the history of Israel, not exactly nor cronologically as it happened, and through the eyes of people who tried to explain it. Just think of how different God is in the Old and new Testaments and you can probably see my point. In the Old one, God is practically a human with superpowers, he hates, he kills, he destroys, he enacts revenge. Yet when you get to the New testament, he radically changes.

I'm just gonna take my time to dedz you, I thought you were going to react like a 12 year old and go "tl:dr" but you proved me wrong and you even quoted stuff.

One more thing, don't go hatin' on the Pope with no reason, it's what made me think of you as a 12 years old. So far I haven't heard anything of him breaking any commandments, so I guess you hadn't as well and just assuming he did is insulting.
#197 to #196 - captainfuckitall ONLINE
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How can you, as a christian, see monetary value as more valuable than life itself?

I thought it wasn't supposed to be taken literally... (Yes, that's true god did change, but he also said the rules do NOT change. You must follow them all until the second coming)

Thank you, I appreciate that. And it's because you took the time to respond to me with logic and reasoning, rather than freaking out which I'm sure many people wanted to do.

I don't know if he broke any commandments, it just seems probably that he did, because EVERYONE has at some point.
#198 to #197 - pabloch
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All I'm saying is that there are other ways to help the poor, did you know the money they get in catholic churches (I can't remember the name in english) goes to keep the church up and then they donate the rest? How many church owned dinner halls where homeless people go to eat you know? they are very common in USA, or so I've heard. In my country. which is a third world one, there are church groups that go to the poorest sections of the country to give food, they build them homes, I know this because I've been there.

I'm not continuing the argument about whether the church should sell or keep the golden relics, it's not up to either of us anyways. I would sell them, but I can see why they don't.

The pope and every other priest are in the end, human. Every single human has flaws, but what religion teachs is not to reject sin and scorn those who sin, because everyone is a sinner, we all do wrongs as we do rights. But, it's in us to accept this wrongs and work on them until we don't do them anymore.
#124 to #23 - pwoneill
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You are teh best anon!
#164 to #23 - shaddowmarshal
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Yes
#179 to #23 - nctr
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#106 to #23 - limb
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Does it make you feel good pointing out the flaws in the flaw pointer outters?
#152 - shadir
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(03/22/2013) [-]
If that was Jesus, he'd be wondering where the **** he was
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