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Pope Francis’ Harley Sells For $327,000 To Help The Poor. Great, Great Start … BUT Not Nearly Enough.

Anura Guruge, June 8, 2013.



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This is a wonderful start, but that is all it is … A START.

This pope, one of THE RICHEST MEN in the world,
with SOLE control over BILLIONS of
disposable assets must liquidate more
unneeded assets to help the poor.

As I have maintained for years
it is time for the Vatican to hold a Yard Sale
in St. Peter’s Square.

They have basements and basements and basements
chock-a-block with unseen, unused
clutter accumulated over
a thousand years.

Don’t be SO GREEDY.
Sell some of this unused clutter.

This pope is so damn popular
that he can auction of his
used socks on a daily basis!

Mark my word, there will be women and some men
that will gladly pay $3,000 per pair of
Pope Francis used socks.

We could have a whole auction site just to sell
his socks.

Think about it …

This pope can do SO, SO, SO much more
for the poor IF he really is committed to the cause.

I am NOT convinced he is.

To me he is still ALL cheap talk
and NO trousers.

<< That is a mangled British expression. >>


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