Written by Jaggedone

Friday, 15 February 2013

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God has chosen the new Pope and he definitely will be Russian!

With the dramatic news of the Pope resigning and several bolts of thunder crashing over the Vatican, God has now decided who will follow Pope Benedict XVI by sending a meteor crashing down into Russia.

After the impact a hoard of Russian Catholic scientists were seen collecting fragments of the meteor because God had already told the Vatican that he had written the name of the new Pope on it.

In the Vatican, the news that God personally had written the name on the meteor was received with much excitement, and after having a Polish and German Pope it was pretty obvious that the Almighty would choose a Russian one sponsored by Gazprom.

Thr fragments of the meteor are now being secretly examined by Vatican scientists and hopefully a puff of white smoke will soon be seen rising slowly into the sacred Rome air to let the world know the name of the new Russian Pope.

Israel have protested to the United Nations about the whole thing because they still believe they are the "Real Gods children" and the Russian meteor is just a publicity stunt financed by the same people who managed to stuff $ millions in the pockets of FIFA officials to get the World Cup crashing into Russia.

The Ukraine have also complained, and in an act of protest are refusing to pay their gas bills to Gazprom hoping that God will change his mind and send another meteor crashing down into Kiev!

Sometimes "The Almighty" works in weird ways!

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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Topics: Pope, Russia, God

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