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Friday, 18 November 2011

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Today Nov. 18, 2011 Pope Benedict XVI arrived in Benin, Africa the home of Voodoo. Originally Benin was named the Kingdom of Dahomey. Then it was renamed the Slave Coast. This week Pope Benedict XVI sued Benetton for using a picture of him kissing an Egyptian Imam, Sheikh rattle and roll Mohammed Ahmed al-Tayeb the Imam of the al-Azhar Mosque in Cairo, Egypt.

Today Pope Benedict XVI in Benin discussed the Benetton affair. Benetton aka United Colors of Benetton used the picture of his Holiness kissing the Imam as part of their Unhate Campaign. Benetton has 6,000 stores in 120 countries. It sells clothing. Pope Benedict XVI has 1 million stores in 192 countries. He sells tickets to Heaven.

Benin's people practice voodoo which they took from Africa to the Caribbean. They didn't have to sail there because when the great earthquake split Pangea in two into North and South America and Africa and Asia 250 million years ago they just woke up one morning in the Caribbean on the Isle of Gilligan. Pope Benedict XVI is in Africa today trying to convert witch doctors into Roman Catholics.

Our planet Earth is 5 billion, 5 thousand million years old. When we die, if we are lucky, our spirits enter into a colorful tunnel into Heaven. This has been going on since the beginning of time. Judaism is a 4,000 year old recent cult. Christianity is a 2,000 year old recent cult. Islam is a 1,400 year old recent cult. Tiger Woods is 35 years old and his putter has gone to Hell.

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