Wednesday, December 20, 2006

A group of forward thinking, well-prioritised and clearly in-touch lawmakers in Poland have finally come up with a solution to any number of the basic pressing social and/or economic problems facing Polish society; they've drafted a document which will officially recognise Jesus Christ as the honorary King of Poland.

Not even the utterly ludicrous Roman Catholic Church is in favour and when that happens - within the ranks of the Catholic Church you know something really is pretty screwed up.

But, honestly, what's the worst that could happen in officially recognising an historically hyped up social figure that died 2000 years ago as the tokenistic monarch of an entire nation that solidified its independance from a totalitarian regime around 15 years ago? Seems pretty reasonable and culturall relevant.

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