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originally posted by: ignorant_ape
a reply to: CthruU
citation required [ from teh bishop - or any one who believes in this cultist idiocy ]
where in the bible foes it state " holy water showers " absolve you from sin ""
i know catholics are notorious for making crap up - but this is jus taking the piss
by his own cult lax standards - he COULD just bless random clouds and voila " holy rain "
originally posted by: pthena
a reply to: CthruU
This is kind of disturbing. The Columbian Navy is in favor of it.
Columbia; if you're listening: It is a port city.
The demons will simply get on their boats
and pull out to sea. It could get violent if
you attempt a naval blockade beforehand.
Four years ago, Buenaventura found itself in the international spotlight after it was billed as the country’s most violent city. A Human Rights Watch report revealed how powerful successor groups of paramilitaries were terrorising poor neighbourhoods. Abductions and disappearances were widespread, and many people were driven from their homes.
But in April 2014, the community of about 300 families took a brave and unprecedented step towards wresting back control of their neighbourhood. Ignoring the death threats that they continue to face today, they formed a committee of activists and, with the help of the Inter-Church Justice and Peace Commission and Christian Aid, declared an urban “humanitarian space”, denouncing armed violence.
Father Jesús Alberto Franco, a leader of the Inter-Church Justice and Peace Commission, was instrumental in bringing the concept of humanitarian zones to Colombia’s rural areas. “When we first came here, we saw chaos and violence,” he says. “But we quickly saw that the violence wasn’t chaotic: it was organised and defined.”
'It was horrible before': how a deadly Colombian city became a safe haven