„Marriage for all”: Why the Catholic church benefits most from it!

Heiner Koch, who is Catholic and the Archbishop of Berlin, wants to open our eyes: The „Marriage for all,” he says, isn’t as great as everyone thinks. It only takes two to make a baby – a man and a woman. The rest will be frustrated and jealous.

Well. Let’s take a look at the catholic members of the clergy; Those clergymen are necessarily gay. They aren’t allowed to even think about women or else the celibacy will instantly hellishly prick them.

After the foundation of the church, the then brand new Catholic religion was supposed to spread rapidly, and this required some bashers because nobody really had an itch for the unworldly Catholicism without brute force. Instead, the guys would rather chase the girls as it was the only worthwhile pastime since TV and internet were still kind of new back then. So the girls were put into a monastery, and the „marriage for nobody” (who wasn’t participating in the subjugation of countless infidel barbarians) was invented.

However, the smart ones rather became clerics, because then they were able to try out the „marriage for all” – even though it was on the quiet. It was pretty handy back then because, at the many monasteries where all the male and female clerics lived together, they were doing it all day long without having to fear further obligations.

When the barbarian bashers then came back and wanted to pick up one of the girls from the monastery, each one of them already had a bunch of kids. In the heat of battle, it was somehow missed to invent the pills.

The complaints piled up so that the church introduced separate monasteries for men and woman and – at the latest after the invention of the rope ladder – invented the tiresome celibacy.

This obviously didn’t work out for the Catholic intercourse preventers. Neither crusades nor the burning of witches helped; the abundance of children could only be contained with the regulation that as soon as the last nun was pregnant, they were all sent away and the monastery closed.

Just like Heiner Koch, our Berlin Archbishop, the popes, and cardinals could not be unsold on the opinion that a child could only be made by a father who practiced the “marriage for two” with a mother. However, this restriction does not exist in reality. On the contrary: Wild marriages and gang bangs were much better suited to dramatically boost the abundance of children. Because when everyone did it with everyone, the girls were practically permanently in „joyful expectation.”

The „marriage for two” could only be kept alive through same-sex love. Because the Catholic church is – thanks to celibacy – the last stronghold of old-fashioned relationships. But is it worth it to breed gays against the will of something so outrageously perverted as the celibacy?

Let’s be honest: Nobody can draw greater benefits from the „marriage for all than the Catholic church itself. Instead of closing down the nun monasteries because all of the nuns are pregnant, the girls could collectively enter the “marriage for all” – with the involvement of the neighboring monastery for men, where the biological fathers of the common offspring are waiting with clenched fists…

Today’s nuns are not as careworn as they used to – who wouldn’t want to become a monk, considering the marriage for everyone…?