It Turns Out Mother Teresa Was a Massive Fraud

You always hear of Mother Teresa as the bastion of virtue and righteousness. She's literally a saint. Supposedly one of the best people to ever live.

And as long as you don't do any research whatsoever into what she was doing for many decades, that narrative can still ring true for you. But if you spend, say, 10 minutes reading some of the things Mother Teresa was involved with back in the day, I believe you will come to the accurate conclusion that she was a complete and total fraud.

You can listen to this week's podcast in which we put Mother Teresa on a long overdue trial to hear all the evidence, but in brief, this was a woman who was drawing millions of dollars in funding and still "treating" sick and dying people in facilities with horrific conditions and telling them their suffering was actually a good thing, as it was supposedly bringing them closer to God.

Huffington Post — Although she had 517 missions in 100 countries at the time of her death, the study found that hardly anyone who came seeking medical care found it there. Doctors observed unhygienic, "even unfit," conditions, inadequate food, and no painkillers -- not for lack of funding, in which Mother Theresa's world-famous order was swimming, but what the study authors call her "particular conception of suffering and death."

"There is something beautiful in seeing the poor accept their lot, to suffer it like Christ's Passion. The world gains much from their suffering," Mother Teresa once told the unamused Christopher Hitchens.

In an age where everybody is so eager to "cancel" anyone or anything they don't like, how has nobody tried to cancel Mother Teresa? I don't know if I'm allowed to call a saint a bitch, but she was kind of a bitch.

Listen to the full episode wherever you get your podcasts to hear all the evidence against the most fraudulent saint to ever live.

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