Two thousand and nine years ago, the Daily Mail printed a story about the birth of a boy in the Middle East. Here are the top rated comments underneath the article:
As someone who has been in the B&B business for thirty years I can understand why nobody wanted to give those two a room. It’s their own fault for not booking ahead.
Mary’s the same age as my daughter and she’s already had a husband and a lover. Yet we can’t call them paedos as it’s not POLITICALLY CORRECT.
Cassivellaunus, Dubris, BRITAIN not England.
I hate the trend of people giving their children fancy names. What’s wrong with good old-fashioned British ones?
Now theyâ€™re whining that Herodâ€™s trying to kill them. I smell an ASYLUM claim in the making. No doubt Britain will let them in because what we really need more of are teenage Mums and penniless carpenters. Thank you Caesar!
You couldnâ€™t make it up- now we have to change our calendars because of this boy. It will all be BC and AD from now on.
If heâ€™s the son of God then why are taxpayers footing the bill?
Apparently heâ€™s the centre of some dodgy Middle Eastern religion. Iâ€™ve read about it and it is totally inimical to British values. Not that this bothers our rulers.
And the worst rated commentâ€¦
You never know, he might make something of himself.
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