Saturday, May 17, 2014

Francis' upcoming Monday in Jerusalem


Francis is soon to be traveling to the Middle East where he will visit Jordan, the occupied Palestinian territories, and Israel from May 24th to May 26th.  This trip is ostensibly taking place to further interfaith relations with the Eastern Orthodox religion.  Of interest to us at Call Me Jorge... is the last day of Francis' trip which will be in Jerusalem.  The official itinerary of the trip can be seen at the Vatican's website (click here) and the official website for the trip (click here).  We hope to have coverage of the trip and several articles on what was said and done by Francis but not reported by either the catholic or the mainstream medias.  One particular item in the schedule which was pointed out by Maurice Pinay in his blog post, Francis' Counterfeit Israel Pilgrimage Itinerary, is the following:

09:45 Laying of a wreath at Mount Herzl in Jerusalem

Maurice Pinay comments on this,

"I believe there's a mistake in the itinerary below; that Francis will lay a wreath at Yad Vashem (in deference to Holocaustianity, his true religion) rather than Mount Herzl as stated. Whatever the case, his presence at Mount Herzl will signify a stronger endorsement of Zionist fanaticism than any of his predecessors. In context, even the bolshevik radical Paul VI, whose papacy ended only 36 years ago, did not recognize the Zionist state at all."

Unlike Maurice Pinay, we do not think there is a mistake with the itinerary.  We believe that Francis wants to lay a wreath at Mount Herzl to make a public statement.  Francis, back when he was the Archbishop of Buenos Aires, sent his best and brightest seminarians and priests to Israel.  In their itineraries was a visit to Mount Herzl.  It was stated by the various authorities that this trip would be the first of many and would establish a new tradition for the catholic faith.  We have found plenty of photos of world leaders laying wreaths at Mount Herzl.  We shall find out soon if Francis is to lay a wreath at Mount Herzl.

A week after this entry was written but the day it was posted, we found the following in an Australian newspaper named, the Sydney News Herald.  From the article, Rabbi, Muslim leader to accompany Pope on Middle East trip by Alvise Armellini,

"In Israel, Pope Francis is to visit the Wailing Wall and the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial Centre. He will not celebrate a public Mass in the country, but in a first for a visiting pontiff, he will lay flowers at the tomb of Theodor Herzl, the founder of the global Zionist movement."
And also, the following on the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs website which published Francis' itinerary (click here) for his trip to Israel which states on 26 May 2014,

09:45-09:55 – Lay a wreath at grave of Theodor Herzl, at Mount Herzl (with the President and Prime Minister)

Yesterday in, update on the White Crucifixion, we showed how Francis' favorite painting contains a rabbinical blasphemy against the Holy Name and soon it seems Francis is going to lay flowers on the tomb of the father of Zionism.  Are there any Catholics left in the Vatican?

(Herzl at the Zionist Congress.)

Mount Herzl sometimes referred to as the "Mount of Remembrance" is Israel's national cemetery.  It contains a memorial for soldiers killed in the service of the State of Israel as well as a museum and its centerpiece, the tomb of Theodor Herzl.


Mount Herzl
(Israeli women soldiers placing flags on graves.)

(Theodor Herzl's tomb with museum behind it.)

(Graves at Mount Herzl.)

(Israeli honor guard at graves.)

Placing wreaths at Theodor Herzl's tomb

 Benjamin Netanyahu, 9th Prime MInister of Israel

 Joe Biden, vice-president of the United States of America

François Hollande, president of France

George Papandreou, former prime minister of Greece

  Christian Wulff, then president of Germany

Tarja Halonen, former president of Finland

Faure Essozimna Gnassingbé, president of Togo

 Barack Obama, president of the United States of America

Alternatively, Francis could place a wreath at the grave of Yitzhak Rabin

Barack Obama, president of the United States of America

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4 comments:

  1. Theodore Herzl also had the goal to built a third temple.
    http://jerusalem-4thtemple-natan.blogspot.de/2012/05/theodor-herzl-temple-of-jerusalem.html

    I would like to know what Pope Francis thinks about the third temple, He must know that Hannukah a feast that he obviously liked since he celebrated it with his Jewish friends is commemorating the rededication of the Holy Temple (the Second Temple) in Jerusalem

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    1. None can be called Pope if they do not bless their predecessors. None can be called Pope who contradict Catholic dogma.

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  2. More evidence that Bergoglio is Jewish

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