L'Osservatore Romano said a presenter of a televised May Day rock concert, which is sponsored by Italy's labour unions, had launched “vile attacks” on Pope Benedict in front of an “excitable crowd”.This is exactly what we atheists are talking about when we talk about "anti-accommodationism". It's not that religious thought should be excluded from the free marketplace of ideas. We refuse to accommodate claim that religious thought should be exempted from the political and rational criticism it so richly deserves.
“This, too, is terrorism. It's terrorism to launch attacks on the Church,” it said. “It's terrorism to stoke blind and irrational rage against someone who always speaks in the name of love, love for life and love for man.”
The Pope is an evil man, who has promoted religious doctrines that have lead to the misery, suffering and death of hundreds of millions of people. Go ahead, call me a terrorist.