Almost False


The letter from the Pope was almost false. Almost because the letter refers to concepts expressed with and by Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone in our meeting. Almost because the Pope himself has made statements more than once in favour of renewable energy.
Almost because the people, as demonstrated by the comments, would like to have a Pope who communicates with them via the internet. And one who holds close to his heart the future of our planet.
Almost because the photo with the Cardinal is true (many swore it was a photomontage). Almost because no newspaper, TV News, magazine, radio has talked about it. And when this happens, the news item is ALWAYS true. The exception to this is radio radicale, but only because they took exception to the scoop on Pannella.
Almost because the Vatican really wants to concern itself with clean energy starting from its buildings. Almost because the post picks up a good portion of the speech made by the Pope at the university of Ratisbona.
A speech broadcast for a month by the media. An item of evidence that I wanted to insert precisely for a post that is almost false and not almost true. Almost because the quoted words of the cardinal are true.
I and my renewable energy experts are available to the Vatican for free. To let them save and to give an example. Next time I will publish a letter from the Most High, with whom I am in contacts to at least negotiate purgatory.
Mea culpa, mea culpa, mea grandissima culpa. The next time the Pope writes to me, no one will believe it. Not even Cardinal Bertone who telephoned me for congratulations.

Posted by Beppe Grillo at 06:29 PM in | Comments (3)
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It was too good to be true,Beppe is not "April fools day"you are little early,we are still in January,check the calendar!!nice try !

Posted by: eva kulnura | January 19, 2007 10:12 AM

You stinking liar!;)

Posted by: Giovanni Principe | January 18, 2007 07:28 PM

Beppe are you inhaling? Are you into a smoke and mirrors game? Of one thing I'm sure though. The Pope doesn't "hold close to his heart the future of our planet." If he did he would be using the incredible wealth of the Vatican to donate millions of condoms and other contraceptives to the rest of the world to stop the population explosion that is killing this planet.

Posted by: Enrico Rossi | January 18, 2007 07:12 PM

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