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Re: Topless Feminists Disrupt Christmas Mass to Protest for Abortion - PolishTrad - 12-28-2013

Useful idiots of the NWO still hate the Church, so that's a partial proof that the post-Vatican II Church is the Catholic Church.


Re: Topless Feminists Disrupt Christmas Mass to Protest for Abortion - spikepaga - 12-28-2013

Did anyone do anything? This woman needed to be physically yanked down and thrown out .  It's so confusing that there was even enough time to take a picture. Would people just sit there and wait for the police if she desecrated the Tabernacle too??


Re: Topless Feminists Disrupt Christmas Mass to Protest for Abortion - DominvsSabaoth - 12-28-2013

(12-28-2013, 11:58 AM)spikepaga Wrote: Did anyone do anything? This woman needed to be physically yanked down and thrown out .  It's so confusing that there was even enough time to take a picture. Would people just sit there and wait for the police if she desecrated the Tabernacle too??

i'd have a hard time not decking her


Re: Topless Feminists Disrupt Christmas Mass to Protest for Abortion - Freudentaumel - 12-28-2013

(12-28-2013, 11:58 AM)spikepaga Wrote: Did anyone do anything? This woman needed to be physically yanked down and thrown out .  It's so confusing that there was even enough time to take a picture. Would people just sit there and wait for the police if she desecrated the Tabernacle too??
The cathedral guards took her down, she was up there just a few seconds.
She now claims that she was beaten by the guards in the sacristy and has filed a report against them.

By the law her action were a criminal offense in Germany, to be punished with up to three years in prison. I highly suspect that the whole case will be dropped asap, though.