Mother Teresa was a Monster Dec 8, 2020 10:44:00 GMT 10
Post by Wayne Smith on Dec 8, 2020 10:44:00 GMT 10
Mother Teresa Doesn’t Deserve Sainthood
Her Missionary of Charity was (and still is) one on the richest organizations in the world, and yet at the facility under her watch, used syringes were rinsed with cold water, tuberculosis patients were not put in quarantine and pain medicine was not prescribed. Mother Teresa believed that suffering made you closer to God.
And during the years she ran the clinic in India on a budget of more than $29 million, major floods occurred, one of which left 200 dead and more than 300,000 homeless. What did Mother Teresa do with her money? She offered prayers.
Why On Earth Is The Catholic Church Making Mother Teresa A Saint?
Though Mother Theresa’s medical centers were meant to heal people, patients were subjected to conditions that often made them even sicker. In the same documentary, an Indian journalist compared Mother Teresa’s flagship location for “Missionaries of Charity” to photographs he had seen of Nazi Germany’s Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.
“Workers washed needles under tap water and then reused them. Medicine and other vital items were stored for months on end, expiring and still applied sporadically to patients,” said Hemley Gonzalez, a noted humanitarian worker in Indoa, when describing the Missionaries of Charity location he briefly volunteered at.
“Volunteers with little or no training carried out dangerous work on patients with highly contagious cases of tuberculosis and other life-threatening illnesses. The individuals who operated the charity refused to accept and implement medical equipment and machinery that would have safely automated processes and saved lives.”