No se considera apropiado hablar mal de los muertos, por supuesto.
I realize it’s not considered polite to speak ill of the dead, but Christopher Hitchens did it most of the time, especially in Mother Teresa’s case. He abused priests during debates knowing full well that a man of God will not hit back. He pretended to be a brave iconoclast but was careful never to offend the very rich and powerful—except those out of office, as in the case of Henry Kissinger or the saintly Paul Johnson. In fact he kissed the rich and powerful’s asses, switched sides so he could kiss them better, and took on God thinking he was as easy as the pope to slander and libel. It’s pipsqueaks such as Christopher Hitchens who thought they saw an easy target and attacked. I hope he has learned his lesson, which might make his stay in that subterranean sauna shorter than what he deserves. [Sigue.]
Sin embargo Taki cree en Dios Todopoderoso tan despreocupada y llanamente que uno siente ganas de echarse a llorar. En fin, tarde o temprano el Jefe impondrá orden y esta tediosa discusión llegará a su fin.