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Saturday, 29 March 2008

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Terminal 5 will see famine, pestilence and floods according to mad cardinal

Cardinal O'Brien, taking time off from condemning life saving stem cell research, has condemned Heathrow's Terminal 5 and says that the current problems are divine punishment for the greed and pollution demonstrated by the airport operator BAA.

"As you sow shall ye reep" Said the mad scottish catholic,"BAA is the Pharoah of modern times, and the passengers are the Egyptians. This chaos marks the beginning of seven years of pestilence and famine and stuff."

His comments showed the same mad religious irrelevance as those he made about life saving research permitted by the embryos bill which he has described as a monstrous attack on human rights, human dignity and human life. The cardinal has not yet answered questions on why a loving catholic God can create the numerous diseases that the research is trying to fight - but won't let mankind try to cure them.

The Archbishop of Canterbury, when asked about the Cardinal's remarks on Terminal 5 said: "He's right, he's right, everybody's right, the Muslims are right about Sharia law, Tom Cruise is right about Scientology and the Cardinal is right about this." He then winked and said: "But you can't beat a glass of wine in a British Airways business class seat can you."

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