Saturday, November 8, 2014

Francis and Estela Barnes de Carlotto

As can be seen in the above video from April 2013, Francis once again had an unusual guest in his private area during his general audience. It was none other than Estela Barnes de Carlotto.  Estela is the president of the Mothers and Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo. She also has confessed to having abortions and in 2010 was given an award by the Campaign for Keeping Abortion, Legal, Safe, and Free.   This is a clear demonstration of the modernist mind in Estela. The Mothers and Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo Garden is a ‘human rights’ group dedicated to finding babies stolen from their mothers during the Dirty War of Argentina but Estela has no problem stealing souls from God!  The symbol of the Mothers and Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo is a white veil and was blessed by the Pope.   This is a direct attack on purity symbolized by the white veil.  Furthermore, earlier in 2013 Estela defended the actions of the Marxist-Leninist guerillas in the Dirty War in an interview.  At a May Day Rally, Estela highlighted the victories of the Mothers and Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo and some of the fights to come:

Law of Gender, Equal Marriage, trial and punishment of genocide, the Media Act, the employment recovery, the Universal by Son, the nationalization of YPF and the decision to peacefully reclaim the Falklands. In this regard, said that "this democracy has more rights and so we will go for more, because we're all together, proud of the collective victory."

Lastly this past week, Estela Barnes de Carlotto was a guest of Francis again!  She and the Mothers and Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo even had an audience with him!

To sum it up, Francis by meeting her regularly condones all of this behavior!  Is this what Francis means by going out among the poor of the world?  Francis has a long history with  Estela but we at Call Me Jorge... don't see any religious conversions unless Francis' Novus Ordo religion believes abortion is OK, as are sodomites marrying. The attitude exhibited by the two shows that what matters is being materially comfortable in this world but not the world to come!

1 comment:

  1. I've been researching James Hickey: "For relaxation, Hickey, a Civil War buff, enjoys visiting historic sites and shopping malls, mostly for window shopping, he said, a pastime he attributes to growing up in the Depression."

    Maybe Francis and Joan Rivers can go do some shoppin' when they've finished killing the babies...

    P.S. Of course, the VCII Catholic Church is for abortion -- name one Catholic in government that isn't pro-abortion for all intents and purposes. Many prolifers haven't caught on yet though that the Republic position is the old Democrat Sarge Shriver position (I got an email from a 'good friend' of Larry Hogan who happens to consider himself a 'prolifer' that said 'there wasn't one reason not to vote for Larry who is a 'good man'!':

    "The two major party candidates for Maryland’s governor in November’s general election –Democrat Anthony Brown and Republican Larry Hogan – both of whom are Catholic....Hogan said he is personally opposed to abortion. “Those issues are settled law in Maryland, and I’m not going to impose my faith or personal views on anyone else,” he said, charging that his opponent’s campaign has spent millions of dollars in ads “demonizing” him on that issue. He also said he would consider supporting legislation to require the collection of abortion statistics in Maryland.
    Brown, who is a strong supporter of abortion rights, said he would oppose such a measure. “If you believe, and many do and I do, that a woman has a fundamental right to make reproductive health choices, including abortion, then those numbers shouldn’t matter. I don’t think it would advance the discussion (in the state) one way or another,” he said."

    Here's another prolife Jesuit trying to spin that Chief Justice Roberts is somehow 'prolife' even though he said the same thing in 2005 as Hogan in 2014:
    "ROBERTS [video clip]: Roe v. Wade is the settled law of the land. There's nothing in my personal views that would prevent me from fully and faithfully applying that precedent"

    Corruption is worse than sin. Corruption is what happens after you're already dead (the wages of sin is death). It's time to bury (though garbage Bergoglio may prefer to be incinerated) -- or amputate!