Let he who has not gotten high in the presence of evil propaganda material cast the first stone.
Daily Mail — Videoed in a room filled with Nazi memorabilia, this is the moment a Roman Catholic priest snorted a line of cocaine at a party in his house on church grounds. Father Stephen Crossan, 37, is said to have sniffed the class A drug through a £10 note at the end of a night of drinking beers and whiskey. In the footage he is heard saying ‘I shouldn’t’ before snorting the white powder off a plate while talking to a friend. The video, obtained by The Sun on Sunday, is said to have been recorded at the end of two days of partying when Father Crossan invited friends to his parish home. He has admitted taking drugs, telling the newspaper’s Ruth Warrander: ‘It was just the one night and that was it. I do not have an issue with drugs. A source said a number of revellers went back to Father Crossan’s house at 11am for seven hours – where they were greeted by Nazi memorabilia – after a party host asked them to leave. The memorabilia included flags, hats and an eagle with a swastika on a plinth on Father Crossan’s mantelpiece. The source added: ‘It was all over the house. At one point Stephen put on a cap and did the Nazi salute. ‘It’s shocking. He’s supposed to be an upstanding member of society. He shouldn’t be taking drugs.’ The source also said Father Crossan had been drinking beers and Jack Daniels whiskey as well as taking cocaine. Father Crossan, who lives on the grounds of St Patrick’s Church in Banbridge, Northern Ireland, denied being a Nazi and said the memorabilia was there because he collects ‘historical stuff’.
Look man, when you think about it, haven’t we all gotten high in the presence of evil propaganda material? Drugs aren’t just limited to plants we inject. It’s whatever gives you that high. Who’s to say cocaine is any different than firing off an angry social justice warrior tweet to feel self-righteous? Or lifting weights to get a pump? Or drinking beer to get drunk? Or driving fast to get a rush? And who’s to say Nazi memorabilia is any different than the iPhone in your hands made from child labor? Who’s to say, HUH? So before you judge Father Lightly Buttered Croissant for riding the caine train in his Nazi dedication room, remember that we’re all just junkies looking for another fix in a world run by evil corporations and institutions. We’re all no better than this priest. MAKES YOU THINK, HUH???
P.S. “Nazi? No, I’m just a collector man. Ever heard of a museum?”
“The source added: ‘It was all over the house. At one point Stephen put on a cap and did the Nazi salute… Father Crossan, who lives on the grounds of St Patrick’s Church in Banbridge, Northern Ireland, denied being a Nazi and said the memorabilia was there because he collects ‘historical stuff’. “