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The Fall of Santiago de Compostela

While Spain was once a Catholic stronghold and popular pilgrimmage site, the land which is supposedly 94% Catholic is gearing up for social collapse.

A government sanctioned sodomy bill (a.k.a. gay marriage bill) has made it through the lower house of the Spanish parliament, and is expected to easily gain approval in the Senate. And following on its heals is a no-fault divorce bill that let's people file for a divorce three months after getting married.

Ironically, the gay advocates don't seem too upset about the erosion of the instution they want to pretend to be a part of.


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