Reading list to know the reality of The Ghoul of Kolkata, ‘Saint’ Mother Teresa, and how international presstitutes have fabricated the persona of this ‘demigoddess’, still worshiped in India by millions of heathens in their blindness.
But this kind of fabrication by the Saint Factory is nothing new – many of their ‘saints’ are in reality diabolical monsters, take for example Francis Xavier of Goa. Some saints are appropriated pagan deities. Going by the level of barbarity of many saints, Teresa is comparably sane. We can give her that compliment.
Here are some sources to get to know the soon-to-be sainted Teresa of Kolkata:
My distaste for poverty is only exceeded by my utter contempt for those who nurture that awful monster of poverty that chews up living human beings and spits them out like so much garbage. True evil to me is that impulse that disregards human suffering, and more often than not, that evil force emanates from ideology and dogma. Communism is one such evil; the other horror is organized religious dogma mostly represented by the monotheistic religions. The richer the organized religion, the more powerful it is, and has the will and the means to wreak havoc and cause misery.
See several posts on Teresa the Merciless by Atanu Dey
See Also: List of Pages on Teresa the Merciless
‘Aren’t you giving them morphine?’ I asked.
The nun vehemently shook her head. ‘No. Only Diclofenac.’
Diclofenac is an analgesic painkiller commonly used to treat arthritis and gout. It is not an anaesthetic and does not eliminate sensation. Yet this was Sister C’s treatment of choice for patients undergoing severe pain – despite the fact that directly across the hall was a room brimming with supplies provided by Catholic hospitals around the world. Local anaesthetic is often one of the first items donated. Sister C’s rationale, however, can be summed up by a statement made by Mother Teresa: ‘I think it is very beautiful for the poor to accept their lot, to share it with the passion of Christ. I think the world is being much helped by the suffering of the poor people.’ This clearly indicates that Mother Teresa and, by extension, Missionaries of Charity believe that suffering enhances holiness.
Mother Teresa’s troubled legacy
Mommie Dearest – Christopher Hitchens
Mother Teresa – The Final Verdict – Comprehensive takedown, by Aroup CC
Watch: Hell’s Angel – Mother Teresa – Christopher Hitchens