Saturday, April 10, 2010

The BBC's otrageous bias

The BBC informs us:

"In the letter, Cardinal Ratzinger - who was at the time the head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, which has responsibility for tackling abuse by clerics - said the "good of the universal Church" needed to be considered in any defrocking, AP reported."
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/mobile/world/europe/8612787.stm

The hostility needed to turn this non-event into a story attacking the Holy Fsther is staggering. So he WAS head of the CDF, which IS responsible for the cases - and became responsible 6 years after this letter was written!

So he wrote a letter pointing out the good of the Church must be considered? If this were a smoking gun then they might have quoted it, but but they don't even link to it. Does that constitute 'resisting' the de-frocking, which happened a couple of years later, in a wrongful way? Hardly.

The BBC is paid for by British license-fee payers. Not by me - I haven't had a telly for several years now. It's time more people realised how aggressively anti-Catholic the BBC has become.


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2 comments:

  1. Anonymous1:09 pm

    Yep I think people need to be very aware of the BBC, it has become very biased in all sorts of areas, but particularly in Catholic Church matters. It really is wicked.

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  2. Ernie3:02 pm

    I too got rid of my TV a few years ago because I resented being forced to pay £146 per annum to such a biased organisation. Paying the TV licence was like being forced to buy the Guardian every day.

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