On 28 Mar 2009 at 2:52pm pope maria the 1st wrote:
God save our gracious pope
long live our noble pope
god save our pope.
On 28 Mar 2009 at 3:07pm Bonfirek wrote:
It'll never happen?! I say we annex Lewes know, and have our own sovereignty
On 28 Mar 2009 at 4:04pm Northern Bigot wrote:
I note the RC bishop Conry even managed to bring Lewes into the Act of Settlement debate, refering to Pope burning in Lewes on bonfire night, in yesterdays Mail. People reading the paper with no knowledge of Lewes or Sussex, will think its the present Pope. Bishop Conry knows its the Pope at the time of the gunpowder plot, as many a catholic member of the bonfire societies is well aware. So why does he mislead people? Could he want to ruin the towns reputation? Or perhaps after seeing off the Act of Settlement the next target is bonfire? The Catholic church hasnt you will notice said when it will be getting rid of its legislation that discriminates against non catholics? As for these silly polls which ask people are they in favour of the Act of Settlement, who is going to say yes and be perceived as being anti Catholic ans Anti female! Non the less nearly a fifth of the population 19% didnt want the Royals marrying RCs, you can bet the figure would be a lot higher if privacy was ensured! Still the nations on the verge of bankruptcy and Gordon needs a smokescreen!
On 28 Mar 2009 at 6:39pm pope maria the 1st. wrote:
anti bonfire, anti gay, (not including priests bumming young boys) anti contraception. - picture the king of england kissing the pope's ring
in the voice of Ian Paisley - NEVER - NEVER - NEVER
On 28 Mar 2009 at 7:31pm The Tooth Fairy wrote:
Good point, maria. Anti gay though all priests are faggots. Go figure that one.
On 28 Mar 2009 at 8:09pm Spinster Of This Parish wrote:
The Church Of Rome is without doubt the most discriminatory organisation known to the World - it would be a terribly sad day if changes such as those currently being debated were allowed to happen.
On 28 Mar 2009 at 9:03pm i dont live in lewes anymore wrote:
yet more pc crap.
the queen is head of the church of england so a catholic monarchy isn't going to happen that easily.
rowan williams has stated that he envisages a time when the c of e doesn't have the queen as its head... but then he's a very strange creepy character.
On 29 Mar 2009 at 8:38am Paineite wrote:
We shouldn't be worrying about whether the monarch might or might not be a Catholic, we should set about growing up and getting rid of the monarchy itself. Republic by 2020.
On 29 Mar 2009 at 9:25am mouse wrote:
love the queen
On 29 Mar 2009 at 2:00pm Paineite wrote:
That's okay Mouse, take her home with you and look after her out of your own money.
On 29 Mar 2009 at 2:13pm pope maria 1st wrote:
dear don't live in lewes anymore
the monarch is the head of the church of england.
If a future monarch's parent is a catholic, that makes them a catholic, then we will have a catholic monarch who will kiss the pope's ring.
Isn't it treasonous or seditious or something to even raise the subject in discussion. let alone have representatives of the most repressive regime in the history of mankind trying to slip this one up us on the pretext of 'political correctness'
WE BURN TO REMEMBER
LEST WE FORGET
On 29 Mar 2009 at 9:22pm Annette Curtin-Twitcher wrote:
I'm rather inclined to agree with you, Paineite.
I've been having a quiet chuckle all weekend about the rules of succession being unfair to women and catholics - they're unfair to everyone not closely related to the monarch, ffs!
On 30 Mar 2009 at 11:45am sashimi wrote:
Yes, ACT, I wonder why Gordon has chosen to open that can of worms - unless he's a secret republican. Making the rules of succession more pc just draws attention to the absurdity of the system. Off with their heads, I say - and why shouldn't that include the ones that are women and catholics?
On 30 Mar 2009 at 11:11pm Annette Curtin-Twitcher wrote:
I wouldn't go that far Sashimi, but I do think they ought to have to go and get proper jobs like the rest of us, or live on the state pension if they're old enough.
I like the idea of the right to be the royal family for a year being a prize in a special annual lottery. Mr C-T would make a great Duke of Edinburgh and my mum would love to go to the races all the time like the Queen Mum used to.