Sunday, August 10, 2014

Fernando E. Solanas met with Francis

In preparation for Francis' encyclical of ecology (tree hugging) coming soon to a Novus Ordo parish near you, we present this post.  A short film below made by Argentinian filmmaker Fernando E. Solanas in which Francis talks about the myth of Shiva, quotes communist Zhou Enlai, rambles on about youth unemployment, tells how important protecting the environment is, poses for photos with a no fracking t-shirt & water is gold t-shirt, quotes Fellini's movie La Strada, and doesn't mention God, the Church, faith, prayer or religion once, should get one warmed up in anticipation for the encyclical.  All in all, it appears to us, at Call Me Jorge..., as if Francis is a man who has lost his marbles.  Don't let him fool you though, he's a sly one!

4 comments:

  1. Wow! Thanks for bringing that video to our attention.... now THAT's an interview which is very revealing!

    On the Tony Palmer article you commented that perhaps bergoglio is "losing his marbles".

    I don't want to be overly dramatic, but very sincerely and without any personal offense to bergoglio he does appear in this video to speak like an ederly person in early stages of dementia.

    I've spoken in the past with elderly parents of friends of mine that suffered through this and the conversations can at times be interesting, but there is a noticeable lack of comprehension. And there is a tendency to repeat the same things.

    Even the look in bergoglio's eyes is somewhat distant and slightly disconnected from reality.

    Now I feel sorry for him, but why doesn't anyone step in? Of course we will pray for him, but must the Church suffer under a senile pope?

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    1. How truly sad if Francis does have dementia. We were thinking, he must be exhausted from the schedule he keeps and he has the look of a true believer. One who thinks he has all the answers to the problems of this world if only people would do what he says. Sadly Francis doesn't seem to understand man's role towards God.

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  2. Dear Call Me Jorge. A couple of more comments on this video.

    1. I'm thinking that perhaps bergoglio is simply drunk, which would only be slightly better than being senile.

    2. I don't know if you picked up on the part in the video where Solanas says that bergoglio told him to call him "Father Jorge" -- "call me jorge"... I don't know whether to laugh or cry.

    Yours in Christ,
    Michael

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    1. Yes we heard that part. Everyone calls Francis either Mario or Jorge. We got the name for the blog from José María del Corral, who in an interview relates the following story:

      I was in the elevator and I bumped into him. I said how should I refer to you now? The pope said, “Call me, Jorge, what else?” I started crying and he told me he wanted me to sit in the area set up for his family.

      This same José María del Corral now works for an NGO attached to the Vatican which promotes a new form of education 'which is going to transform the world'. He also stated the Talmud teaches respecting others!

      José María del Corral's linkedin
      http://ar.linkedin.com/pub/jose-maria-del-corral/4a/574/154

      Scholas Ocurrentes
      http://www.scholasoccurrentes.org/

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