Sunday, June 20, 2010

Click here to send a e-protest to Comedy Central regarding their insult to the Holy Father:

Read with extreme caution: Comedy Central airs disgusting and vile insult on the Pope. 

Send your e-protest to Comedy Central 

Dear Friends,

According to press reports, on Comedy Central's program, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, comedian Louis C.K. accused the Pope of raping boys.

"I was going to say that the pope ***** boys and I didn't have time," C.K. blurted out as host Jon Stewart started wrapping up the show.  "I do think he does. Can I defend that before we go away?"

This is horrific.  Unacceptable. Outrageous!

Incredibly, Comedy Central airs this horrific slander against the Pope, but censors things that are considered offensive to Muslims.

This blatant double standard needs to stop.

But, for that to happen, more Catholics need to speak out and express their anger at this vile insult against the Pope.
Then, Comedy Central will have to sit up and take notice.

Case in point: the Hyundai ad at the World Cup that blasphemed the
Holy Eucharist and the Blessed Virgin Mary was immediately canceled after that car maker received a massive wave of protests from outraged Catholics.
Hyundai even apologized. It needed to!

Now, you and I must tell Comedy Central, legally and peacefully, that we won't stand for this type on vile insult on the Pope. It's simply beyond the pale.

Send your e-protest to Comedy Central.
Thank you!

Sincerely in Jesus and Mary,

Robert E. Ritchie
America Needs Fatima

P.S. Contact information for Comedy Central:

Comedy Central
1775 Broadway
New York, NY 10019
Phone: 212-767-8600 
Fax: 212-767-8592

When contacting Comedy Central, please be polite, but firm.