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  • “The Letters” is the one I want to see.
    I have read five different books about “Mother” Teresa and the one which seems the most honest is “Mother Teresa, The Missionary Position” by Christopher Hitchens.

    According to Hitchens, few people have done more damage to impoverished people than Mother Teresa. She was a friend not to the impoverished but to poverty itself.

    I was raised Catholic and was always told Mother Teresa was a good person. But after all I have read, Teresa and her religion deserve nothing but scorn.

    “The single most effective cure for poverty has been the emancipation of women. It has worked universally in every place it has been tried. Mother Teresa gave her life fighting against women’s freedom.” – Christopher Hitchens

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  • Larry

    Let me guess Tom, you are the movie reviewer for Stormfront?

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  • Suradit

    “I have read five different books … the one which seems the most honest…”
    “According to Hitchens, few people have done more damage to impoverished people than Mother Teresa”

    You’ve read a few books in the comfort of your presumed middle class existence and found one that suited your agenda, so that makes it “honest.”

    One can only wonder what personal contribution you’ve made to improve the lives of the poor,those dying in the streets or suffering from leprosy, aside from being judgmental of somwonw who actually put herself in the front line by choice.

    There aren’t that many people who are genuinely worthy of our respect and appreciation and the few who are, are sure to attract small-minded people who want to prove them unworthy in an attempt to inflate their own egos.

    Your eagerness disparage someone who unquestionable did good work is a sad reflection on you. I suppose you think Donald Trump is the stuff saints are made of.

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  • Larry

    Slinging invective at someone for referencing information which makes you feel uncomfortable is hardly much of a refutation.

    Mother Theresa’s relationship with several dictators and the UNNECESSARILY appalling conditions of her clinics are all well documented by sources which are objectively reliable.

    She had great PR, as evidenced by your reaction. But facts do not fall in her favor here.

    “I suppose you think Donald Trump is the stuff saints are made of.”

    Nope both Trump and Mother Theresa were self aggrandizing media hounds who contribute little of value to society. The difference being that Trump doesn’t pretend to be beneficent.

  • Many are looking for answers today in the midst of the immorality and lawlessness that we see all around us. People have many opinions, but it is only God’s view that really matters. Jesus said: “I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life; no one comes to the Father but by Me.” (John 14:6) Jesus died on the cross to pay for our sins so that we might have forgiveness and be reconciled to God the Father. Receive Him as Savior and Lord and turn away from sin. Then things will become much clearer. “Come to Me, and you will find rest for your souls.” Jesus Christ

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    I’m looking forward to the Tarrantinoesque mayhem of “The Hateful 8.” I understand it is inferior to “Inglorious Basterds” and “Django Unchained” and I don’t doubt it: few films can surpass those as exhibitions of the rule you have to break eggs to make an omlet. I’m a nonviolent guy but the fantasy of seeing racist authoritarians and Nazis get their just deserts is exhilarating.