When you’re slowly killing a child, denying his parents their natural parental rights to care for that child in the best way they can, you don’t really want a religious figure judging you. Better to snuff a child without a man of the cloth saying a few Hail Marys for your soul, am I right? Like going on an all-night bender with your AA sponsor as your wingman. Just not the same as if you hit the town with “Drunk David” from accounting. With that, the staff of Alder Hey Hospital has booted the priest who was watching over Alfie Evans and his family. For daring to say “God is judging you.”
Don Gabriele Brusco, an Italian priest stationed in London, had been sent by Bishop Calvina of the diocese of Carpi, to minister to Alfie’s needs. He administered the sacrament of the anointing of the sick to little Alfie.
While at the hospital, the priest appealed to the consciences of the hospital staff, reminding them that God would judge them for their sins against Alfie’s life. Apparently, the staff did not like this.
Sinners hate being told they’re sinning. It’s one reason Jesus Christ and his modern-day disciples are so despised by progressives. How dare you say someone’s lifestyle of pansexuality is anything other than beatific.
Now multiply “I want all the lovers” by “let’s kill this kid so we can save the NHS’s precious reputation.” Pretend you’re staff at a hospital and are tasked with the slow murder of a 23-month-old child, who has offers to go to Italy for care at no cost to anyone in the UK. Then a priest says “God is judging you for this.”
Well, that’s awkward. What a person in the midst of sin really wants is approval.
Obviously, the number one priority for Alder Hey staff is not to adjust behavior so as to limit exposure to the flames of eternal damnation. No, no, best to get the messenger out of the hospital. Stat.
Judgy words > actions of killing a baby.
Before someone chimes in with touchy-feely bull caca saying “Priests shouldn’t judge the staff at Alder Hey” please carefully remove your sock and shove it in your face hole. Let’s measure what’s at stake here. A child is being slowly murdered at the hands of the state. The hospital is guarded by the police. What else should the priest have said? “You’re doing a stand-up job, here’s a pillow why not just suffocate the kid and be done with it”?
People still have free will. As far as I’m aware, no one at Alder Hey is making a plan to bust this kid out of that prison to get him to safety. Frankly, I wish the priest had weaponized his rosary in some fashion, disabled those who are keeping that poor child on medical death row, and busted him and his parents out of there.
But that’s just me.