Friday, December 4, 2015

the Talmud, Freemasonry, & Environmentalism

Is Rabbi Sergio Bergman a freemason?



Thanks to Vox Cantoris for bringing this to our attention in the post Pope Francis' Rabbi amigo in Argentina praises his encyclical on the environment; what's wrong with this picture?


Francis' good buddy, Rabbi Sergio Bergman was congratulated the other day, by none other than Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu, for his appointment as the Minister of Environment and Sustainable Development for Argentina.  According to Haaretz, "Sergio Bergman, who will start his new position on December 10, is believed to be the only rabbi serving as a government minister outside of Israel."  Guess who this Talmudic rabbi credits with being his spiritual mentor?

Yup, it's Francis!  One can see why Rabbi Bergman is excited about Francis' encyclical, Laudato si'.  He plans on using it to help push through legislation beneficial for his Talmudic cronies.  To read more about about Francis the "spiritual mentor" click, Rabbi Francis.  Also, remember Bergman was part of Francis' entourage during his sojourn to Israel.  This is more than an ordinary master—pupil relationship.  Here's a partial list of a few books Rabbi Bergman has written under the guidance of his "spiritual master" Jorge Bergoglio (aka Francis):
  • Cábala: Un GPS para el alma (Kabbalah: A GPS for the Soul)
  • Celebrar la differencia: unidad en la diversidad (Celebrate Diversity: Unity in Divisity)
  • Un evangelio según Francisco. Maestro, líder y estadista (The Gospel According to Francis: Teacher, Leader and Statesman)

Lastly, some memories of the "spiritual master" and his rabbinical student together through the years.


Participating in a Talmudic Kristallnacht service at the Basilica of St. Nicholas.


Jorge Bergoglio gushing over Rabbi Sergio Bergman and
how important his book 'Argentina Ciudadana' is.



So important Bergoglio wrote the prologue for it and gave it an endorsement.

Bergman & Bergoglio light the menorah!


It's time to light the menorah together!
 


 Congratulations Jorge, you the man now!

Kippah, Tallit and Tefilin check! Now it's time to say
some Talmudic prayers at St. Peter's tomb!

Does this photo look familiar?  It's from the first video,
one can see the photo just below the freemasonic logo.

Bergman's book, The Gospel According to 
Francis: Teacher, Leader and Statesman

Bergman had an all access backstage vip pass (along with many other rabbis
in attendance) for the canonizations of John XXIII and John Paul II.

Bergman takes a selfie at Yad Vashem while Francis gives his speech Never Again, Adam!


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4 comments:

  1. To their credit,most holy family monastery made a video over 2 years ago pointing out that Francis is a practicing Jew.

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  2. The video above titled "Hanukkah 2012_ Argentine Catholics and Jews celebrate Hanukkah and Christmas together" shows Bergoglio and Bergman's religious alchemy for about 1 min, then the remainder of the video is promo material for Chabad (or Jabad). The rabbi, Shlomo Levy interviewed is a Chabad rabbi:

    http://www.es.chabad.org/library/article_cdo/aid/1055962/jewish/rabino-shlomo-levy.htm

    Also, those angular, hastily constructed from Home Depot materials menorahs are one of their hallmarks.

    Argentina and Buenos Aires in particular is a Judeomasonic, cosmopolitan cauldron. This is key to understanding the Bergoglio papacy and how it serves the bankers and their rabbis' forced migration and other capstone activities of the Judeomasonic 'great work.'

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    1. "Argentina and Buenos Aires in particular is a Judeomasonic, cosmopolitan cauldron. This is key to understanding the Bergoglio papacy and how it serves the bankers and their rabbis' forced migration and other capstone activities of the Judeomasonic 'great work.'"

      Couldn't have said it better! Jorge tipped his hand about who his masters are back in Argentina when he said the 'White Crucifixion' was his favorite painting and then further showed his cards with his blasphemous jokes about Our Lord. Bergoglio's planned destruction of Porteños (Buenos Aires)/Argentinian catholicism in the middle class and among the poor was his try out before they moved him up to the papacy.

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  3. Paraphrasing Tacitus: "Bergoglii facit desertum, pacem appellet" Buenos Aires was indeed the victim of a ecclesiastic "scorched-earth" strategy.

    I don't know if there is any faith left on earth, certainly nothing left in Buenos Aires.

    Don Bernardo

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