Thursday, June 21, 2018
Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Philip Pullella interviewed Francis at the Vatican 17 June 2018
The interview conducted by Reuters will be released as a series of articles throughout the day.
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Nothing like being interviewed by your boss’s company...
...you get soft ball questions and can plug his socialist agenda.
Tuesday, June 19, 2018
...without which, it all falls apart.
We have exhaustively covered how Francis “Who am I to judge?” in fact doesn’t judge anything or anyone unless it goes against his religion of Holocaustianity. How central the Holocaust is to Francis and his religious framework has been apparent this past week. On Saturday, 16th of June, Francis finished off his address to the Delegation of the Forum of Family Associations with this,
“When I was a boy, the teacher taught us history and told us what the Spartans were doing when a child was born with malformations: they took him to the mountain and threw him down, to keep "the purity of the race". And we were shocked: "But how, how can this be done, [those] poor children!" It was an atrocity. Today we do the same thing. Have you wondered why you do not see many dwarves on the street? Because the protocol of many doctors - many, not all - is to ask the question: "Is he/she bad?". I say this with pain. In the last
century the whole world was scandalized by what the Nazis did to treat the purity of the race. Today we do the same, but with white gloves.”
On Monday, the 18th of June, Francis followed this up with a homily on communication, lies, and evil stating,
“Have last century’s tragedies thought us nothing? Pope Francis cites a glaring example, the persecution of Jews. “A slanderous communication against the Jews; and they ended up in Auschwitz because they did not deserve to live. Oh... it’s a horror, but a horror that happens today: in small societies, in people and in many countries. The first step is to take charge of communication, and after: destruction, judgment, and death.... The Pope’s invitation is therefore to re-read the story of Nabot in the first Book of Kings and then to think and pray for the many victims - men, women, children, entire nations - devastated by “so many dictatorships with “white gloves””.”
Francis cannot differentiate between good and bad because everything is relative. The only thing he knows with certainty is that the Holocaust was an absolute evil. It is the standard which he uses as a basis for his judgment of what constitutes evil. He uses this gold standard as the foundation of all his values and has thereby become an echo chamber of the Holocaust education machine. When speaking of abortion or slander, it all has relevance only because of the Holocaust.
Francis sees the Holocaust as being the only memory worthy of being a frame of reference and in order for Christians to be forgiven for the Holocaust, Francis wants them to adopt the Noahide laws by hook or by crook. As the fraud Elie Wiesel once wrote, “In the beginning was the Holocaust...”
#WeRemember the #Memory of the apples and will #NeverForget
#WeRemember the #Memory of the baloney, the soap, and the showers and will #NeverForget
Saturday, June 16, 2018
Wonders never cease, nor does the stupidity which exits from the mouth of Francis. In his address to the Delegation of the Forum of Family Associations in Clementine Hall, Francis gave the advice that, “Love is like making pasta: every day.” The context which he said this in can be seen here but in essence what Francis was saying is that: men should be men, women should be women, and they should help each other in this; and that family is a good sacrifice. Doesn’t make much sense, does it? There is much more to be said about Francis’ speech but that will save for another day and another post.
Straight from the pasta lover’s mouth!
Friday, June 15, 2018
...to take Francis’ Yiddish Gospel to the ‘peripheries’
Cardinal Pietro Parolin, the Vatican Secretary of State, accepted an invitation to address the controversial and secretive Bilderberg Meeting earlier this month in order to take the teaching of the Church to a group who would not otherwise hear it, a Vatican spokesman has told the Register.
The spokesman said Italian organizers of the visit were persistent in extending an invitation to the most senior Vatican official after Pope Francis to this year’s event, which took place June 7-10 in Turin, Italy. “The cardinal decided to take part after the Italian organizers very insistently invited him to the meeting six months ago,” the spokesman explained. “He thought about it for a long time and, after consulting the necessary people, he decided to go.”
In his June 15 comments to the Register, the Vatican spokesman stressed that Parolin “did not ask to go” to the event, but decided to attend after a “long process of consultation.” He said he did not know why the organizers were so insistent, except that it was probably because Pope Francis is an “important voice” on the world stage.
The Vatican Secretary of State was there for a “short time — about an hour and three quarters,” he disclosed, during which the cardinal gave an address about the “social doctrine of the Church” followed by a question and answer session.
The Pope was certainly aware of the cardinal’s participation, the spokesman said, and that the cardinal was “fully aware of the controversial nature” of the event but felt encouraged by having already met many of the participants in “other contexts.”
“He already knew some of the people, prime ministers and so on,” the spokesman said.
The Vatican spokesman brushed off concerns about the secretive nature of the event, saying that the Chatham House Rule is well known and widely used. “Various other meetings have the same rules,” he said. The Bilderberg Meeting says participants are free to discuss the meeting and do so every year, but they are asked not to quote each other.
Some have speculated that this year’s event was to discuss how to thwart rising nationalist and populist movements, seen most clearly in the election of President Donald Trump, Brexit, and the recent elections in Italy which saw two populist parties gain power.
The Vatican spokesman said he “could not say anymore” on the issue, reiterating that the cardinal was there “simply to convey Catholic social teaching” and to take “the voice of the Church to people who wouldn’t otherwise hear it.”
Although the spokesman wasn’t present with the cardinal, he said he believed his speech and remarks were “very well received.”
The Register contacted the Bilderberg Meeting to ask why the organizers were so insistent on having the cardinal participate and whether it seeks to promote a globalist agenda, but it has not yet responded.
excerpted from, Spokesman Explains Why Cardinal Parolin Attended Bilderberg Meeting by Edward Pentin, National Catholic Register, 15 June 2018.
Humble “Who am I to judge?” Francis has no problem judging others when it comes to those who question his religion.
“Those who deny the Holocaust are crazy!”
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