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Oct 25 2010

The Catholic Taliban

The Italian government has given the mayors of their towns new powers to help them crack down on crime and ‘anti-social’ behavior. So what does the mayor of the seaside town of Castellammare di Stabia want to use these powers for? To ban mini-skirts, low-cut jeans, sunbathing, playing football in public places, and blasphemy.

Of course, a local Catholic priest approves, because when it comes to upholding the highest standards of morality, the Catholic Church is the first institution that comes to mind, no?

2 comments

  1. 1
    Vincenzo

    In the same town of 65,000, a major world-wide renowned shipyard is about to close. Hundreds of workers (many highly skilled) will be laid off. All of this in a underdeveloped area of the country, where it’s hard to find a job even in the good times, let alone during a recession. You’d think that the major of this town would have other things to worry about.

  2. 2
    Master

    Not always catolik institutions are morality. Especially in our county, sometimes it is more politic than religion

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