Religion is a Dirty Business

Mother Teresa is probably the figure most commonly associated with words like “good” and “selfless.” She reached out to the homeless, took tea with lepers, raised astronomical amounts of money for her Missionaries of Charity, and generally lived her life as the perfect Christian. What’s not to like?

What is not generally known is that Mother Teresa, a patron saint of the Catholic Church, had dirty hands, real dirty hands…

Mother Teresa , who’s birth name was Anjeze Gonxhe Bojaxhiu was from Albania. This nuns claim to fame was helping the poor around the world, but there is much, much more to the story.

A thief by the name of Charles Keating, the bankster best known for defrauding American taxpayers out of $3 billion during the savings and loan crisis of the 1980s and 90s, donated $1.25 million to “What do I labor for?” Mother Teresa. Keating also was kind enough to lend her his private jet so that the saint could jet around the world. Keating at a later date would be convicted in state and federal courts of a litany of crimes such as racketeering, fraud, and conspiracy. After his conviction, Mother Teresa refused to return the stolen money and asked one of the courts to overturn his sentence.

Didn’t care where the money came from…

One of the prosecutors in the trial wrote her telling her “of 17,000 individuals from whom Mr. Keating stole $252,000,000.” He added, “You urge Judge Ito to look into his heart–as he sentences Charles Keating–and do what Jesus would do. I submit the same challenge to you. Ask yourself what Jesus would do if he were given the fruits of a crime; what Jesus would do if he were in possession of money that had been stolen; what Jesus would do if he were being exploited by a thief to ease his conscience.” The prosecutor asked her to return the money, and offered to put her “in direct contact with the rightful owners of the property now in your possession.”

The paragon of virtue never replied to his letter.

Also, Mother Teresa had no qualms about accepting money from “Papa Doc,” the murderous Haitian leader.

It seems that Mother Teresa discovered early on that manna doesn’t come from God.

After her death, (1) letters Vatican surfaced. She revealed that she had stopped believing in the religion she once fell in love with. In a book that compiles letters she wrote to friends, superiors and confessors, her doubts are obvious.
“Where is my faith?” she wrote. “Even deep down… there is nothing but emptiness and darkness… If there be God — please forgive me.”

Eight years later, she was still looking to reclaim her lost faith.
“Such deep longing for God… Repulsed, empty, no faith, no love, no zeal,” she said.

As her fame increased, her faith refused to return. Her smile, she said, was a mask. “What do I labor for?” she asked in one letter. “If there be no God, there can be no soul. If there be no soul then, Jesus, You also are not true.”

What she did with the money remains in question. The care she gave to the sick and poor in her hospices was altogether very unsanitary. Medical care was wholly deficient, and pain management for the dying was painfully inadequate. Mother Teresa adhered to the philosophy that the greatest gift a person can be given is to “participate in the sufferings of Christ.” Therefore, she would refuse painkillers to seriously sick patients and allow wounds to remain open. The suffering, she believed, would bring people closer to Jesus. Her hospices did not even distinguish between the terminally ill patient and those who could be cured. Consequently, patients with curable illness died from the treatment they received from her facilities. It seems that the motivation for these hospices may have been less on compassion and more on fundamentalism.

Mother Teresa encouraged her volunteers to remain completely medically untrained because “God empowers the weak and ignorant.” With such a stance on promoting ignorance, needles were often reused, and curable patients were written off and left to die. Even a brief time in the care of Mother Teresa might have left you worse off or dead.

Mother Teresa also had something in common with the Mormons. She encouraged the employees of her hospices to baptize dying patients, disregarding the patient’s consent or religious beliefs. She chose the corporate church over the good of the people she ‘served.’

Mother Teresa’s money was mostly spent on funding Pedophilia and child rape, and not on the poor. Mother Teresa once defended a pedophilic priest named Donald McGuire. She plied to get him leniency after he was convicted of raping children. She wanted him to be reinstated as a priest regardless of his heinous crimes.

(2) see comment at end of article.

Ever wondered why the Catholic Church rushed to canonize Mother Teresa after her death? Turns out she was a child trafficker, selling babies & funneling between $50-100 million/year to the Vatican. Some other of Mother Teresa’s connections include Baby Doc Duvalier, the Haitian dictator, and Robert Maxwell, the father of Jeffrey Epstein’s child sex trafficking partner, Ghislaine Maxwell. And here’s the kicker! Mother Teresa opened the D.C. based Home for Infant Children with none other than Hillary Clinton. –Source

Like the Catholic church, the ACOG’s don’t consider stalking, pedophilia or child abuse crimes worthy of excommunication in and of themselves. Instead, by their inaction they promote it. When the dope Pope known as Francis announced that he would make Mother Teresa a saint in 2016, (3)Christopher Hitchens the famous atheist called Mother Teresa “a fanatic, a fundamentalist, and a fraud,” arguing that “even more will be poor and sick if her example is followed.

The greatest irony of it all, is that by the end of her life, Mother Teresa didn’t even believe in the fundamentalism she spouted or the religion she spent her life serving. I would wager that it is the same with those false prophets of armstrongism who run their own religious family franchise.

(1) The letters were gathered by Rev. Kolodiejchuk, the priest who made the case to the Vatican for Mother Teresa’s proposed sainthood. He said her obvious spiritual torment actually helped her case.

(2) A comment posted on YouTube to the above video:

Asfan Alam-1 year ago
“I am a Muslim. I was enlightened by the gospel of Christ when 12 years old. I know mother Teresa from her high days. She was a good manager but not good Christian. I was a pastor at Chittaranjan Gospel hall in 1976. I have seen Catholic nun Teresa did a lot to clean Calcutta. There were many good people with her. Her set up was more for money accumulating then serving people and loving and caring for them. Media were paid well for her propaganda. During Pastoral ministry, a good looking Bengali girl came to me for help and consoling. I was only 24 years old a shay Youngman. I was committed to a Good Samaritan like ministry. This, then 22 year old girl came to me for healing but I was not a miracle doer. She told me that her father was working in Cable Company which closed because of the labour strike. Father was down with stress and sickness. She began teaching song and dance. She was a good singer and dancer began using her art as a breadwinner of the family. It paid her well and had several students but few sex predators raped her repeatedly using a ruse. I took her to Mother Teresa. It was difficult to meet her as she was always on foreign tour. After 15 visits, I met her introduced the girl in need. She was list bothered and I left the girl with her band’s sisters of charity. After 6-month girl returned complaining that some of the women were lesbians and she was molested and was ask to physically satisfy them, mainly in the 40s. Such was not spirituality and appeared madness. So, I went to her home to express my grievance and one of the nuns asked a security guard to remove me from campus. A security guard told me “Sir you go! this is a place of Satan. Here is no compassion or love. All are Hypocrisy and fraud. “Majburi ka faida urethane ka Karkhana hai.” (It is place where helpless are used as a forfeit-making factory). My perceptions changed. Later I met her a few times in flight and on airport waiting lobby surrounded by her few girls. She knew me well but I deliberately ignore her. There were 2 questions before me.1) Was she walking with Christ as His disciple or 2) Living- shuffled on the name of Christ. Ephesians 2: v10.”

(3) One of Mother Teresa’s volunteers in Calcutta described her “Home for the Dying” as resembling photos of concentration camps such as Belsen. No chairs, just stretcher beds. Virtually no medical care or painkillers beyond aspirin, and a refusal to take a 15-year-old boy to a hospital. Hitchens adds, “Bear in mind that Mother Teresa’s global income is more than enough to outfit several first class clinics in Bengal. The decision not to do so… is a deliberate one.

The point is not the honest relief of suffering, but the promulgation of a cult based on death and suffering and subjection.” Then Hitchens notes that Mother Teresa “has checked into some of the finest and costliest clinics and hospitals in the West during her bouts with heart trouble and old age.”

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