In this case, we're going to add a bit of local politics. And by local, I mean New York.
Has anyone heard of Occupy Wall Street?
If you haven't, that's okay, they're rather annoying -- essentially a fun bunch of anarchists hanging out in Zuccotti park who were told that 1968 was a really fun time, that bathing is bad for you, and it's quite okay to defecate wherever you deem fit. It's not so much a political movement as an unruly mob. They're mad as hell, they're not going to take it anymore, and they are rebels without a clue -- when someone says they hate Wall Street, and the bailouts of Wall Street, yet they don't protest anyone who was bailed out, this spells stupid to me.
They've attacked police officers, and they want the redistribution of wealth, but they whine when their stuff is stolen. At the end of the day, while they may appear threatening, they are mostly harmless. And if you read any of the links, you'll notice that I spend most of my time making fun of them. Just don't tell my editors, they may think I'm having too much fun.
So, what does this have to do with Catholic conspiracies?
Well, recently, I did a search on twitter for "Jesuits."
"It's the internet. I'm not surprised about anything I find on it anymore. I think it was created by Cthullu, not Al Gore. It's a bottomless pit that WILL stare back at you if you look at it too hard. In the dark. On a cold winter night. With eerie music playing in the background (Cthullu has a MP3 player)."
Their international branch at "Occupy Rome," in addition to firebombing cars, has taken upon itself to smash up religious icons.
Ann Margaret Lewis, posted this to her facebook page and asked "Why?"
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