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The New York Times will condemn this kind of speech, but they will not condemn this.

Actually, our biggest enemy is ignorance.

The popes speech was a pretty dense, academic speech, it was addressed to scientists, and it condemned violence. Let me get this straight.... The New York Times wants the pope to apologize for condemning violence?

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It is deeply comforting to know that that little, tiny, white-haired old man is the wisest, bravest, most honest leader we could ever hope for.

Viva, Benedetto! and SHAME on those who are the REAL fomenters of anger and divisivenss by selectively quoting from one of the greatest talk in the cause of peace and dialogue ever given.

Those hooligans may not even be literate, we cannot blame them for no knowing what the Pope really said.
But those who are to blame, they know themselves...

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