For a long time now, the people of the world have known that many Catholic priests have been sexually assaulting children. This happens so often that it has become a frequent punch line to jokes. Sadly, sexually assaulting children is no laughing matter. It is a crime. In fact, as far as crimes go, it is probably the worst crime someone can commit.

For a long time it has been known that the Catholic Church has been obstructing justice. They have moved criminal priests from city to city, country to country so that they could avoid prosecution for their crimes.

Recently, this criminal ring of child rapists has be exposed in multiple nations around the world and there has been one person who has been chiefly responsible for covering it up. This man is now he leader of the largest criminal organization the world has ever known and it is time to call for his arrest. It is time to arrest of one Joseph Alois Ratzinger, AKA Pope Benedict XVI.

Dangerous Talk is here by calling for immediate action by world authorities to bring this man to justice and to disband his criminal ring. Millions of children have been sexually assaulted and raped by the Catholic Church and they need justice.

Please help in this fight by joining the Facebook Group “Time to Arrest the Pope” and help to spread the word about it. Let the media know that the people of the world are demanding that Ratzinger be brought to Justice. Covering up and facilitating the continued mass rape of children is no small crime that can be overlooked.

This campaign needs to go internet viral, so I am really asking for your help on this one. There are all kinds of groups on Facebook asking for a million fans, but this is probably the most important and so I am asking for a billion fans. If we can get an extremely large number of supporters from all over the world, we can force authorities to take action.

We need to send a very clear message that the Catholic Church is not above the law and that they cannot rape children and continue to get away with it. If any business, corporation, or even emissaries from another foreign nation had done what the Catholic Church has done and continues to do, this would not even be an issue.

If the leader of some other country was personally responsible for the cover-up and continued facilitation of mass child rape incidents which number well in to the hundreds of thousands, the United Nations would put immediate sanctions on that nation and the United States would lead a strong coalition of nations to forcibly remove that leader from power and try him or her for crimes against humanity. How can the leader of the Vatican get away with such a heinous crime? It is time to arrest the Pope.

Blogger's Note: Because of the importance of this project I have posted this blog in it's entirety. I have also posted it in the discussion section so that fellow atheists can weigh in on how to make this campaign stronger. I encourage everyone to go to Dangerous Talk and read what others have to say about this blog and to join and spread the facebook group.  

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I never understood (could relate to) someone wanting to be a priest. They always dance around the obvious. If a man's body is working as it should, he will have sexual energy. Where does it go? It's that simple. They can't get married, but do have access to children. hmmmmm. If they have no use for sexual organs and want to serve god, why wouldn't they agree to be castrated? hehe hehe , i'm half kidding with that one. If a priest engages in any sexual activity, isn't it against God?
Perhaps your wishes will be granted. Dawkins is asking the British government to arrest the Pope when he comes to England for crimes against humanity.
Actually he is not. Dawkins has absolutely nothing to do with the effort except that a reporter asked him to comment. The paper put his name in the headline to sell papers. It worked.
Yes, Geoffrey Robertson is driving this one:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/libertycentral/2010/apr/02/...

Well may the pope defy "the petty gossip of dominant opinion". But the Holy See can no longer ignore international law, which now counts the widespread or systematic sexual abuse of children as a crime against humanity. The anomalous claim of the Vatican to be a state – and of the pope to be a head of state and hence immune from legal action – cannot stand up to scrutiny.

The truly shocking finding of Judge Murphy's commission in Ireland was not merely that sexual abuse was "endemic" in boys' institutions but that the church hierarchy protected the perpetrators and, despite knowledge of their propensity to reoffend, allowed them to take up new positions teaching other children after their victims had been sworn to secrecy.

This conduct, of course, amounted to the criminal offence of aiding and abetting sex with minors. In legal actions against Catholic archdioceses in the US it has been alleged that the same conduct reflected Vatican policy as approved by Cardinal Ratzinger (as the pope then was) as late as November 2002. Sexual assaults were regarded as sins that were subject to church tribunals, and guilty priests were sent on a "pious pilgrimage" while oaths of confidentiality were extracted from their victims.


More in the article.
In the meantime, you can use Priest Off to keep your friendly neighborhood priest at bay.
I makes me happy to see genuine movements toward progress, humanity, and pope-hunting.

I think it goes without saying that something needs to happen to the individuals responsible. I think that raping an adult girl is probably as bad as a child, because she's excruciatingly aware of what's happening. It may not matter; the same depravity and irrationality leads to both.

Members, particularly parents, need to learn that there is no authority you can trust automatically. Why does being a religious figure make you LESS vulnerable to scrutiny? The Seminary principal at my school last year had something like 21 counts of rape on a girl. Naturally, the Mormon church responds by praying for him and not judging him.

Not to mention, the school reinforced the strict attendance policy, due to this-- something that happened in a religious building separated from campus.

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