By Theodore Shoebat
Feminists went to the Vatican square where they shoved crucifixes into the anuses, to express their utter hatred for God.
According to one report:
The three women pulled of their stunt on St. Peter’s Square, the enormous plaza located right in front of St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican City.
Two of them had “Keep it Inside” scrawled across their backs, an apparent reference to their anger that the Pope’s activities extend beyond the tiny papal enclave in Rome.
The trio, decked out in nothing but black ankle boots, leather miniskirts, and flower garlands in their hair, dropped to all fours and began simulating a lewd act with the crucifixes.
Police immediately swarmed on the women as bemused tourists snapped photographs. Covering the women’s bared breasts with coats, the cops dragged them off, with one of the women crying: “The pope is not a politician, god is not a magician.”
These feminists need to be arrested and severely punished. As we read in St. Jerome:
To punish murderers and impious men is not shedding blood, but applying the laws. (St. Jerome, Commentary on Jeremiah, in Bellarmine, On Secular People or Laymen, ch. 13, ed. Tutino, p. 50)
The Scripture says,
And whoever blasphemes the name of the Lord shall surely be put to death. All the congregation shall certainly stone him, the stranger as well as him who is born in the land. When he blasphemes the name of the Lord, he shall be put to death. (Leviticus 24:16)
The Scripture speaks of a boy in Israel who “blasphemed the name of the Lord and cursed”, and “they put him in custody,” and “they took outside the camp him who had cursed, and stoned him with stones.” (Leviticus 24)
This is what should happen to these wretches. They should be punished just as Jehu killed Jezebel when he had some eunuchs “threw her down, and some of her blood spattered on the wall and on the horses; and he trampled her underfoot.” (2 Kings 32) And Jehu said:
Go now, see to this accursed woman, and bury her, for she was a king’s daughter. (2 Kings 9:34)
These reprobate devils need to be punished just as Phineas, with fiery zeal, killed Zimri and his Midianite harlot. It is quite beautiful how the profound Scripture describes how this awesome warrior of Heaven “rose from among the congregation and took a javelin in his hand; and he went after the man of Israel into the tent and thrust both of them through, the man of Israel, and the woman through her body.” (Numbers 25:7-8)
When the Israelites attacked Ai, “it was that all who fell that day, both men and women, were twelve thousand—all the people of Ai.” (Joshua 8:25) The Hebrews did not hesitate to kill these wicked women, and so why do people today, who are inheritors of Christianity, show the mercy of the fool to these wicked women, and allow them to exhibit their debased actions? “Joshua did not draw back his hand, with which he stretched out the spear, until he had utterly destroyed all the inhabitants of Ai.” (Joshua 8:26)
Why then do we draw back our hands from these devils, who need not to be negotiated with, but cast out and extirpated? Christ did not argue with the thieves of the Temple, but “made a whip of cords, He drove them all out of the temple, with the sheep and the oxen, and poured out the changers’ money and overturned the tables.” (John 2:15)
If Christ was intolerant toward merchants, we should be the more intolerant toward these harlots, who take the holy icons of Our Lord and desecrate them like this. Pope Eugenius IV, in 1437, made an informing letter on how occultists sacrificed to devils and hung crosses upside down. And what do you think happened to such evil people? They were put to death, as the Scriptures command. In 1523, Gianfrancesco Pico della Mirandola based his affirming of capital punishment for witchcraft on Mosaic Law:
In Deuteronomy [18:10-12] we read that sorcerers and enchanters are to be killed, in Leviticus [20:6] diviners and soothsayers; and the law commands that those who use the prophetic spirit are to be stoned. (Gianfrancesco Pico della Mirandola, Strix, in Alan Charles Kors and Edward Peters, Witchcraft in Europe, part 5, p. 244)
These wretched women are witches and do not need publicity, but the sword.