Giovanni Brusca is known as ‘the Pig’ or ‘il Porco’ for his slovenly appearance and huge craving for Italian posh nosh – Lasagne, Barolo and olive oil. He once admitted to killing at least a hundred people and to top it all, he tortured and murdered an 11-year-old boy. He also detonated the huge bomb that killed anti-mafia magistrate Giovanni Falcone, his wife and three police officers in 1992. Mr Piggy is now in prison. What would you say to ‘il Porco’?

“Porco – You can’t help yourself because you are just a machine programmed to kill and torture. Tough on you fatty because free will is an illusion.”

“Mr Piggy – Tragically both you and your victims have bad karmas. Bad luck, my son.”

“Porco – All of your wicked deeds have been secretly ordained by God. In fact you are part of the divine. Well done fats!”

“Mr Piggy – Repent, resist the devil and follow Jesus, the Prince of Peace. This is the gospel of our Lord!”

Mark Roques

Mark Roques

For eleven years Mark taught Philosophy and Religious Studies at Prior Park College, Bath. As Director of RealityBites since 2005, he has developed a rich range of resources for teachers and is a popular speaker at educational conferences in the UK, Netherlands, South Korea, Spain, Australia and New Zealand. Mark is the author of three books, including the Religious Education textbook The Good, The Bad and The Misled, and his innovative approach has led him to appear on television (Channel 4) and radio.