zMother Teresa was a moral
monster, a sadistic religious fanatic guilty of medical malpractice.
This Sunday, Pope Francis
will canonize Mother Teresa as a saint, one of the highest honors in the Roman
Catholic Church. Tens of thousands of people are expected to fill St. Peter’s
Square at the Vatican
to honor a woman who supposedly lived her life dedicated to the poorest of the
However, Mother Teresa was
no saint, she was instead a moral monster, a sadistic religious fanatic who
took pleasure in the suffering of others, and denied appropriate medical care
to the sick and dying.
Yet the Catholic propaganda
machine, eager for good publicity and the opportunity to hustle the gullible, continues
to promote the soon to be saint while ignoring evidence of her moral
Teresa was anything but a
saint. The nun may have been generous with her prayers, but she was miserly
with her foundation’s millions when it came to alleviating the suffering of the
sick and the poor.
The celebrated nun had 517
missions in 100 countries at the time of her death. Yet despite plenty of funds,
the majority of patients were not cared for properly, many being left to sufferand die without appropriate medical care or pain medication.
Indeed, conditions in the
the Missionaries of Charity’s hospices were deplorable. In fact, Teresa refused
to introduce the most basic methods of hygiene, even going so far as to reuse
needles without sterilization.
According to one study, doctors
observed a significant lack of hygiene, even unfit conditions and a shortage of
actual care, food and painkillers. They say that the problem was not a lack of
funds because the Order of the Missionaries of Charity successfully raised
hundreds of millions of dollars.
Perhaps worse that the
medical malpractice, was Teresa’s perverse and sadistic ability to take
pleasure in the suffering of others. The fact is, Teresa believed that
suffering – even when caused by poverty, medical problems, or starvation – was
a gift from God.
“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
– Mother Teresa
Yet despite serious
questions about Teresa’s character, motivation, and methods, the Vatican, enabled
by a gullible and willing mainstream media, has engaged in a well orchestrated
public relations campaign to manufacture a Catholic hero.
Mother Teresa was not a
friend of the poor. She was a friend of poverty. She said that suffering was a
gift from God. She spent her life opposing the only known cure for poverty, which
is the empowerment of women and the emancipation of them from a livestock
version of compulsory reproduction.
Many more people are poor
and sick because of the life of Mother Teresa: Even more will be poor and sick
if her example is followed. She was a fanatic, a fundamentalist, and a fraud, and
a church that officially protects those who violate the innocent has given us
another clear sign of where it truly stands on moral and ethical questions.
Hitchens was correct to call
out the “profane marriage between tawdry media hype and medieval superstition”
that is the myth of Mother Teresa, a media superstar who was in the end a
fanatic, a fundamentalist, and a fraud.
Since Hitchen’s ground
breaking work on the myth of Mother Teresa, other researchers have confirmed
Hitchens’ findings, including Dr. Aroup Chatterjee, a London-based physician, and
author of “Mother Teresa: The UntoldStory,” which gives extensive evidence that the Missionaries of Charity ran
inadequate facilities and often offered little comfort to those it was trying
Dr. Chatterjee said he found
a “cult of suffering” in homes run by Mother Teresa’s organization, with
children tied to beds and little to comfort dying patients but aspirin.
In addition, Dr. Chatterjee
confirms Teresa allowed practices like the reuse of hypodermic needles and
tolerating primitive facilities that required patients to defecate in front of
Yet when it came to her own
death, Teresa refused to be treated in one of her own unsanitary facilities
that glorified and promoted the suffering and pain of others. Researchers said
that when it came to her own treatment, “she received it in a modern American
hospital.” Apparently for Teresa suffering was beautiful only if it was someone
else doing the suffering.
However, despite the facts, despite
the hypocrisy, despite the cruelty, and despite the sadism, Mother Teresa will
be made a saint, demonstrating once again that the Roman Catholic Church is a
morally bankrupt institution bereft of both intellectual and ethical authority.
Bottom line: Mother Teresa
was no saint, instead she was a moral monster, and a sadistic religious fanatic.
For more see Hitchens’
expose – The Missionary Position: Mother Teresa in Theory and Practice, and
watch the video below –
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