IF YOU MEET an Opus Dei member, ask him these probing questions about this secret pagan cabalistic fascist masonic atheist allopathic pantheist rabelaisian communist society:

1. Is it merely coincidence that the letters in “Opus Dei” can be rearranged to spell “DIE SOUP”?

2. Why does Opus Dei maintain a public Web site at an easily remembered address? What are they hiding?

3. Was Josemaria Escriva’s name originally spelled “Sir Mortimer Wallaby-Plankfodder”?

4. Was it members of Opus Dei who proposed Adolf Hitler, Pol Pot, and Moe Howard for canonization?

5. If Opus Dei is not a secret society, how come there are so many books and articles about it?

6. Are Opus Dei supernumeraries actually alien zombie warriors ready to be activated by the secret word “meringue”?

7. Did Josemaria Escriva know calculus? Huh? Did he?

8. Why do Opus Dei members look like ordinary Homo sapiens sapiens? Is it so that we won’t suspect?

9. Did Josemaria Escriva paint Da Vinci’s Last Supper?

10. Why has no official Opus Dei publication ever listed H. Rider Haggard as a member of the organization?

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Published in: on November 23, 2009 at 9:56 pm  Comments (9)  

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  1. Wait a minute. Did you say … MERINGUE?

  2. Best H. Rider Haggard reference of the day!

  3. All in day’s work.

  4. I thought the secret code word was “blancmange” – what am I not being told?

  5. I see no reason not to canonize Moe. Patron Saint of injuries to the eyes.

  6. HEY. Keep off my Uncle’s case or I’ll get my boyz to hand you a can of whoop ass, you know what I’m sayin?

  7. All you need to know about Opus Dei is Rick Santorum. If that’s not a conspiracy, I don’t know what is.

    • It appears that, conspiracy-oriented Web sites to the contrary, both Rick Santorum and Opus Dei deny that he is a member of the organization. Whether that reflects more poorly upon Mr. Santorum or upon Opus Dei is a question Dr. Boli will not attempt to decide.

      • Of course they’re not going to admit to it. That’s part of the conspiracy.

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