The German Catholic Church Porn Business Magazine

The German Catholic Church Porn Business Magazine

The Catholic Church in Germany Operating profit from the sale of billions of euros of thousands of pornographic books of different titles. German Catholics have repeatedly protested, but did not change.

Reports from the German daily Die Welt, Friday, October 28, 2011, the surplus comes from Germany Weltbild largest media company. The company produces books, DVDs, music, and the second pornographic material.

Nobody knows who owns Buchreport Weltbild before the report says that companies with higher sales of the Amazon is 100 percent owned by the Catholic Church.

This is a media company that oversees the Blue Panther special features prints books of pornographic material. It should be noted, about 2,500 erotic titles found in their online catalog. Among the titles are Anwaltshure (prostitutes Lawyers), Vogelbar (Can Digagahi) and Schlampen-Internat (boarding a bitch).

Not only this company, the German Catholic Church has also reported a 50 per cent of the company Droemer knaur release, which also produces magazines for adults.

Today, companies based in Augsburd Weltbild mempekerjaan around 6,400 people and has become one of the largest German companies. Weltbild also control 20 percent of the book market in the country.

Profit is also great when € 1700000000 or around Rp21, 1 trillion. Die Welt wrote that this benefit will increase if Weltbild continue selling pornographic material.

Some of the Catholic community who knew long ago, during the last 10 years have tried to tell the church about the activities of the companies they have. Even in 2008, the group sent 70 pages of documents that contain evidence of the production pornograsi Weltbild to all diocesan bishops in Germany.

This group claimed that furious when they receive the answers they think are hypocritically. “Weltbild trying to prevent the spread of pornography,” said a spokesman for the church.

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