Religious commentators have admitted to being “Surprised” by the announcement by Osama Bin Laden, the Pope and Ian Paisley that they have agreed to put aside religious disagreements and to form a new religion to be known as Mutholicerianism.
“We’ve had all these petty differences for years now and it’s about time we moved with the times” said Rev. Paisley as he embraced the Pope warmly “He’s a lovely guy, and okay some of his priests have been naughty, but they have decided to deal with the matter internally, which is great news.”
Bin Laden has joined the call to “Work more closely with western religions, after all most of the Muslim stuff is made-up, and we now need to embrace some real religious facts such as the virgin birth” said the converted leader of Al Quaeda.
His Holiness the Pope also welcomed the news stating that “In an effort to show solidarity with Osama we will not be emitting white smoke when my successor is appointed and instead Osama has agreed to lend us some semtex.”
Even Richard Dawkins admitted that the Mutholicerianist religion sounded attractive “I’ve never really been a believer but I think the new coalition has much to offer so long as they extend the alliance to include atheists.”