Watch this. What are the priests doing? Catholic Litmus Test If you are Catholic, then I hope for the sake of your soul you said he is welcoming Christ bodily into the world. If you didn’t you aren’t looking too […]
According to the pop-psychologist-pseudo-science writer Malcolm Gladwell in his magnum lite-opus, the Tipping Point we as a species need risk takers. Individuals who are willing to put it all on the line in pursuit of a goal will, if they […]
A while ago, the Inquisition pondered the nature of intelligence, and whether a certain outlook or attendant mental abilities are guides to or from happiness. This has been obliquely in the news of late…
Its odd. Most graveyards in Connemara appear to be near water, if not actually right on the coast. Why? West Galway, or Connemara, has a lot of unused space. Admittedly, much of the land Connemara is industrially and agriculturally useless, […]
A talk given by The Inquisition at Defuse, on Wednesday 7th November 2012, as part of Designweek in Dublin, Ireland
Nürnburg got ripped to shreds by Bomber Harris’ boys. By how much appears to be open to debate.
The preface to HLA Hart’s publication of his 1961 lecture series on the meeting of law and morality is as prevalent today as it ever was.
There are people out there who pretend to like coffee. Coffee Haters – you have been warned.
False flag, covert ops by Americans against Americans? Sounds crazy, and so it was deemed.
55 years ago Roland Barthes considered the importance of plastic and what it meant, as a substance and a symbol.
Marriage is thought by many to be a fixed rite, one which is immovable and inflexible. The truth is that it has not always seemed so…
The world was shocked when a victim of torture started blinking morse. The story of a US aviator captured in Vietnam.
Following on from the article on Irish attitudes toward sexuality from sexuality is this rather short episode.
It is alleged, with some strength, in a book by the religious affairs correspondent John Cooney, that the long-serving Archbishop of Dublin John Charles McQuaid found himself taking great umbrage at the affairs of a monkey. Adolphus was a happy monkey, who was content to spend his time and amuse by visitors by indulging in a lot of sexual solitaire. McQuaid, who was rumoured to be a paedophile himself, and unqustionably defended and aided other paedophiles, found this monkey’s narcissistic practice intolerable and him shot.
It must be true, it’s all here at The Herald Scotland. If you want to read more about this sociopath try this book by John Cooney: John Charles McQuaid: Ruler of Catholic Ireland, O’Brien Press, 2Rev Ed 2003, ISBN 0862788110
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