- the British equality legislation is running contrary to "natural law", and that
- it creates "unjust limitations on the freedom of religious communities to act in accordance with their beliefs".
If Mr Ratzinger wanted to act as a Christian, he should, now, cancel his visit to the UK and tell the UK to give the 20 million pounds to the poor. But, surely, he won't: For him, it is more important to promote his organization (as it was for Mother Teresa) than help people.
But, hang on a minute... Remember how, in the summer of 2008, the Pope's visit to Sydney resulted in an increase in business for the city's brothels, strip clubs and prostitutes? Perhaps the UK economy could benefit from the sex drive of the Pope's devotees. Well, it would take an awful lot of visits to London's brothels to make up for the 20 million pounds tax payers will have to pay, but you never know...