These are just a FEW of the things that I think are more important than rebuilding Notre Dame…The list is incomplete and does not include pollution, corruption, violence against the gay, trans and lesbian community, poisoning of the oceans and the life in them, poisoning our own food, killing the bees and other insects/animals…and on and on…but be sure to give money to a building, because so many people seems to think the burning of the church is a real TRAGEDY.

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10 Responses to These are just a FEW of the things that I think are more important than rebuilding Notre Dame…The list is incomplete and does not include pollution, corruption, violence against the gay, trans and lesbian community, poisoning of the oceans and the life in them, poisoning our own food, killing the bees and other insects/animals…and on and on…but be sure to give money to a building, because so many people seems to think the burning of the church is a real TRAGEDY.

  1. Misplaced, they are. Good luck trying to convince them otherwise, though. I’ve been trying for about 40 years now. All for naught, it appears. By all means, make the Church more wealthy. They’ve got lots of sexual abuse lawsuits to pay off. 😏

  2. Hmmmm, I think I know EXACTLY what you mean. Hahahahaha

  3. mcaimbeul says:

    The net worth of Pope Francis is estimated to be 73 million and the Vatican between 10 and 15 billion. It’s extensive stock holdings in banking, insurance, chemicals, steel, construction and real estate alone are worth $1.6 billion. The issue here isn’t the restoration of historical architecture that so many feel goes without question, it’s that the Vatican can and should foot the bill.

    • They won’t pay a cent, if they don’t have to and those figures don’t include their deals with the mob and other black market, behind the scenes dealings. Thank you for this information. I would like to post it, do you want me to use your blog address?

  4. Pingback: This is from the wonderful art blog: mcaimbeul. It does not include what I believe to be money made through the mob, or back alley investments, which we know nothing about. I like the mob best because at least it’s honest about what it is. | Rethink

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