Imagine dying at the age of just 44 of acute pancreatitis. What a terrible tragedy for you and for your family, you might think. But why would such a thing happen? Medical history? Genetics? Plain bad luck? No, according to Archbishop Philip Tartaglia, Archbishy of Glasgow, it’s because you are a gay. And gay people are sick. And die of their sickness.
The 44-year-old in question was gay Scottish MP, David Cairns, who died last May. And here is what the caring Christian Pippy Tart (as they knew him in the seminary where the semen flew free) had to say about it.
‘If what I have heard is true about the relationship between physical and mental health of gay men,’ he started, what with gays being of an entirely different species from the rest of humanity, with different scientific make-ups and everything, ‘…if it is true, then society has been very quiet about it.’
Maybe because society is not quite as retardenoid as your good self? Sorry, Self (you know how this lot like to stand on ceremony, doling out capital letters like they were giving sweets to cheeky choirboys who are just begging for it anyway).
‘Recently in Scotland there was a gay Catholic MP who died at the age of 44 or so…’ Here we go. ‘…And nobody said anything…’ Erm. ‘And why his body should just shut down at that age, obviously he could have had a disease which would have killed anyone…’ Which is the way medical science and everything we’ve learnt over thousands of years – well, the bits the Church hasn’t tried to supress – would suggest. ‘…But you seem to hear so many stories about this kind of thing…’ Do you? Do you ever hear them from someone who’s not an utter nut-job though?
‘But society won’t address it.’
So, there you have it. If you’re gay, you’re going to die, and that’s pretty much that.
Rest in peace, won’t you?
Being gay is toxic. It can kill you and everything. According to this - guess what? - Catholic priest,