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[From "'Pope' Francis Says Disabled Persons are Good for Society"]

When true Christians are asked to name one thing that is definitely good for society, they immediately think of disabled and retarded persons.

But it’s not just about physically disabled persons or Down Syndrome Creatures; it’s also about every possible kind of mental retardation.

What’s a better contribution to the common good that deformed lifeforms damned to suffer and to burden everyone around them?

Breitbart

“We are called to recognize in every person with a disability, even with complex and serious disabilities, a unique contribution to the common good,” Pope Francis said Tuesday.

To mark the World Day for Persons with Disabilities, the pope issued a message saying there is no such thing as first- and second-class citizens, since a people’s human dignity does not depend on how healthy or productive they are.

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According to the Pope, it is “a very grave sin” to prevent the suffering of the disabled and of the people around them, because, apparently, True Christians are needlessly masochistic.

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That is HERESY.

God didn’t make retards. God created beautiful beings in His image.

We know there are things that affect health and pregnancy and we know that many of those things can be avoided. Saying God is behind everything bad that happens is the exact defeatist attitude that Francis wants people to adopt.

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Nowadays we have the boomer kind of elderly that can’t really be considered wise and whose contributions to society amount to stealing its wealth and spending their last days in some beach condo complaining about white people not being more like Mexicans.

Maybe after the last boomer dies, the elderly will go back to being venerable.

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