So, we weren't going to delve into this one, given the touchy subject matter, but in honor Michael Jackson's funeral, we're giving ourselves a free pass. In his latest letter to investors, the Pope notes that though there is something of a gray area when it comes to the fucking of children, he and his team draw the line at mismanagement of capital. Benedict went on to suggest that there is a circle of hell waiting for those who commit sins in the financial arena. You people will be there, burning, while he and his friends enjoy the view from up in heaven, as they tap that underage ass.
[The Pope] criticized the current economic system, "where the pernicious effects of sin are evident," and urged financiers in particular to "rediscover the genuinely ethical foundation of their activity."
He also called for "greater social responsibility" on the part of business. "Once profit becomes the exclusive goal, if it is produced by improper means and without the common good as its ultimate end, it risks destroying wealth and creating poverty," Benedict wrote in his new encyclical, which the Vatican released on Tuesday.
In the encyclical, Benedict wrote that "financiers must rediscover the genuinely ethical foundation of their activity, so as not to abuse the sophisticated instruments which can serve to betray the interests of savers."