Friday, September 3, 2010

An Accidental Admission

The Inspector General of Columbia, a devout Catholic and lover of all things statist, has accidentally admitted a bit too much about the current power and belief structures prevalent in today's society:

"For 200 years the Colombian people have endured repression, hunger, injustice and violence, only because of their solid faith that once in heaven everything will be alright. Without this loyalty to God and His one and only representative on earth, the Church, Colombians may not be able to put up with what they are made to endure (and demand change)," OrdoƱez wrote to Foreign Minister Maria Angela Holguin.

The sad part is that he considers this to be a bad thing.

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