Mother Teresa: Sadistic Religious Fanatic

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Mother Teresa was no saint, she was a moral monster, a sadistic religious fanatic who took pleasure in the suffering of others, and denied appropriate medical care to the sick and dying.

The Catholic propaganda machine continues to promote the soon to be saint, ignoring evidence of her moral incompetence. Recently Pope Francis recognised a second miracle supposedly attributed to Mother Teresa, clearing the way for the Roman Catholic nun to be made a saint next year.

However, Teresa was anything but a saint. The nun may have been generous with her prayers, but she was miserly with her foundation’s millions when it came to alleviating the suffering of the sick and the poor.

Researchers report the sadistic nun saw beauty in suffering, and refused to medicate those in pain because suffering would bring the afflicted “closer to God.”

According to reports the celebrated nun had 517 missions in 100 countries at the time of her death, and that the majority of patients were not cared for properly, with many being left to suffer and die without appropriate medical care or pain medication.

Indeed, conditions in the the Missionaries of Charity’s hospices were deplorable. Teresa refused to introduce the most basic methods of hygiene, even going so far as to reuse needles without sterilization.

In addition to her medical malpractice, and her perverse and sadistic enjoyment of the suffering of others, Teresa was also guilty of financial mismanagement, as well as entertaining and enjoying friendship with unsavory and immoral world leaders.

Yet despite serious questions about Teresa’s character, motivation and methods, as well as concerns about her suspicious financial dealings and contacts, the Vatican, enabled by a gullible and willing mainstream media, has engaged in a well orchestrated public relations campaign to manufacture a Catholic hero.

The late, great Christopher Hitchens was one of the first to raise questions about the authenticity and wisdom of claims made by the Roman Catholic Church promoting Mother Teresa. The following is an excerpt from Hitchens’ critique:

Mother Teresa was not a friend of the poor. She was a friend of poverty. She said that suffering was a gift from God. She spent her life opposing the only known cure for poverty, which is the empowerment of women and the emancipation of them from a livestock version of compulsory reproduction.

And she was a friend to the worst of the rich, taking misappropriated money from the atrocious Duvalier family in Haiti (whose rule she praised in return) and from Charles Keating of the Lincoln Savings and Loan. Where did that money, and all the other donations, go?

Many more people are poor and sick because of the life of Mother Teresa: Even more will be poor and sick if her example is followed. She was a fanatic, a fundamentalist, and a fraud, and a church that officially protects those who violate the innocent has given us another clear sign of where it truly stands on moral and ethical questions.

Bottom line: Hitchens was correct to call out the “profane marriage between tawdry media hype and medieval superstition” that is the myth of Mother Teresa, a media superstar who was in the end a fanatic, a fundamentalist, and a fraud.

For more see Hitchens’ expose – The Missionary Position: Mother Teresa in Theory and Practice, and/or watch the video below –

 

 

 

 

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  1. dykewriter says:

    interesting how when she died, she went to a hospital with actual doctors

    I was just glad when Princess Di’s funeral beat the evil Mother Teresa’s in the rating.

    Di did more for AIDs awareness, landmines and other good acts that make her the far better saint

  2. Ian Wellington says:

    I’m pretty sure her amassed fortune went to the church and that’s why they are making her a saint, she paid for it! I bet if you looked at their books you’d see money going to them. What else would she do with it? Unless she had someone looking after the money then I’d check their pockets as well.

  3. The money from Novice Nuns (Dowreys) went to The Vatican and not to building more Hospices.
    She also used to travel first class.

  4. Desiree says:

    Blessed Mother Teresa’s Prayer

    People are often unreasonable, irrational, and self-centered.
    Forgive them anyway.
    If you are kind, people may accuse you of selfish, ulterior motives.
    Be kind anyway.
    If you are successful, you will win some unfaithful friends and some genuine enemies.
    Succeed anyway.
    If you are honest and sincere people may deceive you.
    Be honest and sincere anyway.
    What you spend years creating, others could destroy overnight.
    Create any way.
    If you find serenity and happiness, some may be jealous.
    Be happy anyway.
    The good you do today, will often be forgotten.
    Do good anyway.
    Give the best you have, and it will never be enough.
    Give your best anyway.
    In the final analysis, it is between you and God.
    It was never between you and them anyway.

    Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta

    • Fuck the old hag Teresa of Calcutta, she deprived poor people of healthcare whilst she jetted about first class to be treated in the finest hospitals, she exploited the enfeebled poor to appease the filthy rich, she protected disgusting, sadistic pedophile priests, she extolled poverty and filth as high virtue; she was a human monster without compassion or conscience and the biggest fraud.

    • MALLIKARJUNA SHARMA says:

      nice poem whatever be the reference persons in it be.

  5. In a conversation with Adnan Sakli while he still lived (The M1 for our global economy) – he told me that Mother Terese came to him for money for food and he asked her if she also didn’t want funds for their education – where she replied, that the though it was good for the soul to suffer.

    That really pissed him off – she got no money.

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