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She's not even a mother.
It's true! I looked it up in an encyclopedia. She doesn't have any children. And that's not even the good part! Get this: She's not even allowed to have children. Basically, if you're a nun, that means you're not allowed to have sex or even adopt. I mean, come on, she's already so ugly that no one in their right mind would ever want to do her, but it's, like, in her job description.
So what's the deal with calling herself a mother? My guess is that she has some weird compulsive need for babies and since she can't have any, she just wants everyone to pretend she's their mother. My brother went to college and he said that when women reach a certain age the start to really want a baby, and my father said he's right and went to the top shelf of the pantry where he keeps his medicine. I think that's just pathetic that Mother Teresa does that. Maybe I should just call her Teresa.
It looks like Teresa does nice things. She feeds the hungry and poor. But don't you see, the very problem is that she goes after the people who are most weak and desperate. It's like that guy with the beard and the greasy shirt who sits outside my school in his van and gives kids candy. I never take anything from him because I get food at home, but what if I didn't? Then I'd have to take candy from him. So would he be a saint for feeding the hungry? No, he'd still be a greasy old guy who smells of eggs and stares at me all weird.
I hate her.
Gripes to be worked in:
- Puts spiritual needs of patients above medical needs; forces them to pray
- Does nothing to solve the poverty that sends people to her in the first place
- Unsanitary clinic, untrained staff, reuse of hypodermic needles
- Hypocritical. Probably Jewish (her habit looks like the flag of Israel)