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Sunday, 23 March 2008

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The Pope shocks thousands

VATICAN CITY (FMLiveWire) - Pope Benedict condemned the hatred and violence of the warmongering Americans and Israelis in his Easter message on Sunday.

"Those evil Yankee crapheads should stop their murderous Iraq oil war," said the Pope, who turns 81 next month.

The Pope celebrated an Easter Mass yet shocked tens of thousands of pilgrims with his harsh words on St. Peter's Square as Christians around the world commemorated Christ's phony "resurrection."

"Those Hebes should also stop stealing Palestinian land and give it all back to the rightful owners the Arabs," shouted the Pope.

The Sunday mass came hours after an Easter vigil service on Saturday night where in a surprise move, the pope baptized Israeli-born convert Max Muscleman, 55, an outspoken journalist and fierce critic of Jewish extremism.

"That Dick Cheney is so full of it, but then so are Bush and that farking idiot John McCain," added the Pope.

In his twice-yearly message delivered after the Mass, the pope decried "the avaricious nature of diseased and imperialistic capitalism that continues to disfigure humanity in our own day."

"These are the scourges of humanity, open and festering in every corner of the planet, although they are often ignored and sometimes deliberately concealed; wounds that torture the souls and bodies of countless of our brothers and sisters," he said.

Benedict called for "an active commitment to justice in areas bloodied by evil avaricious US and Israeli conflict and wherever the dignity of the human person continues to be scorned and trampled by those grasping monkeys."

The Pope then wished the world "a Happy F**ing Easter" in 163 languages.

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