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An urgently needed Pope change
About pervert attitudes and productive dialogues
An urgently needed Pope change
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An urgently needed Pope change

Aget together of regional state representatives from around the world in Bonn, Germany, discussing climate change issues on November 16, 2017 had a surprise participant: Pope Francis. The pope made his statements there, saying that climate change is one of the greatest challenges that humanity is facing and meant that efforts to protect the climate would be held back by those who deny science, have given up on the climate, or think that the challenges of climate change can be solved by technical solutions.

The Pontiff continued:

"We must avoid falling into these four perverse attitudes, which certainly don't help honest research and sincere, productive dialogue."

Considering the fact that the so-called 'Dubia Cardinals' are or have been waiting for such a productive dialogue for years now from the Pope, these statements must be disappointing, especially to the more than 1 billion Catholics around the world and who pray for the Pope at least every Sunday. Taken into account the statements from nobel price winner Ivar Giaever in the following video and who unveils some of the climate change lies without neglecting the fact that the climate might actually enter a period of change, one must further conclude that the many Catholic prayers seem to continue curbing the Pope.

In retrospective, the Pope's statements did not make sense at all for quite some time already. They entered into the global spotlights in 2016 and when Bergoglio chatted about Donald Trump during the US presidential election phase while being in the clouds:

"Thank God [Donald Trump] said that I am a political man because Aristotle defines a human being as a political animal. At least I am a human being ... A person who thinks only about building walls, wherever they may be, and not building bridges is not Christian."

In January 2017, two days after Trump's inauguration, Bergoglio did not hesitate to sit with journalists from Spain to answer their questions and emphasize that “the danger is that in times of crisis we look for a savior", while in the same breath mentioning Nazi Germany and Hitler. On March 8, 2017, the Pope proclaimed in an interview with the chief correspondent of Germany's "Die Zeit" the following:

"According to common believe, the devil is an angel. A fallen angel. And that's what I believe in."

Only a few days later he babbelled during his Vatican audience with high ranking EU representatives that any “forms of populism are ... the fruit of an egoism“ which would “hem them from looking beyond their narrow vision“. A few weeks later he granted Donald Trump an audience at the Vatican. Quote Pope Francis regarding the invitation of the newly elected US President:

"I do not judge people without listening to them. I think I am not entitled to do that."

Well then. The seemingly never ending irritations and unqualified world political interferences from the head of the church had begun swiftly after Bergoglio's election as Pope, and have never really ended since. After the Pope's comments during the immigration crisis in 2015 and which lacked basic knowledge, the proven influence and buy-in's of some of his US-Bishops by George Soros, his more than biased and almost ignorant words regarding the US-President's decision to reorganize the DACA-Dreamer program, the Pope's commercial world peace speech during the Super Bowl Final in Houston in 2017, last but not least the above mentioned climate campaign in Bonn at the end of 2017 with greetings from the Vatican.

And on March 25, 2017 the Pope's closest aid Antonio Spadaro sent out a message on Twitter telling the world that Bergoglio had utilized a chemical toilet during his visit at the 'White Houses' near Milan, Italy:

"Pope Francis utilizes a chemical toilet at the White Houses near Milan, just like regular people do."

The many irritating statements and actions by Pope Francis even resulted in the creation of an open letter by a handful of influencial US-Catholics, sent to Donald Trump immediately after his inauguration in 2017. The group asked the newly elected US-President back then for an investigation into eventual Obama-Administration efforts to force the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI. in 2013.

According to the Associated Press, Bergoglio made another happy statement to the world on December 18, 2017, saying it would be a bad idea to engage in fake news and to present old stories that have already been dealt with before because this would be a “grave sin, that hurts the heart of the journalist, and hurts others” (!).

And the Politics-Pope does also not shy away from mis- and abusing Christmas as a vehicle to deliver his biased agenda to the world. On Christmas Eve, Bergoglio proclaimed during a main Catholic mass in Rome that aiding and inviting immigrant people who fled their homes is an unconditional must - just like Joseph and pregnant Mary had received help when arriving in Bethlehem around 2000 years ago, according to Bergoglio.

Meanwhile, the historical and very likely truth about Joseph and pregnant Mary arriving in Bethlehem because of a population census held in their own land seem disturbingly irrelevant to the Pope. And also to Vatican officials, who tried to downplay the Pope's comments the next day - quite a few Cardinals who may, along with Bergoglio, consider the historical facts about the Bethlehem happenings as biblical fake news soon, because they do not fit their political agenda anymore.

Even after another year had passed, the Pope further seemed to have been unwilling to study the true happenings about Bethlehem a little more in detail. On December 18, 2018, the so-called 'International Day of Migration', the Pope decided to distribute a similar political propaganda statement via his Twitter account.

On April 29, 2018 someone in the name of Pope Francis had sent out a tweet to the world, asking the following:

Do we really want peace ? Then lets ban all weapons so we don't have to live in fear of war.

Voilà. That's how simplified reality becomes these days in the Vatican. Meanwhile, German Customs estimates a 10 million illegal and at the same time relatively easily available guns in that country alone, German Police doubles this estimate. All this despite strict German laws against the use and trade of firearms.

During the Pope's visit in Chile mid January 2018, Bergoglio defended one of his Bishops there named Barros despite sex abuse allegations against one of Barros priests, and which the Bishop had tried to cover up. The Pope's visit was framed by violent demonstrations in the streets of Santiago de Chile, people were destroying and even burning churches in advance of Bergoglio's visit. In addition, in March 2018 a former victim quits the Vatican Sex Abuse Advisory Commission because the commission, formulated to root out pedophile priests, was being met with - in her words - “unacceptable levels of resistance” from the Vatican.

Shortly after his trip to Chile, the Pope had probably reached the peak of his many confusions and irritations when he offered a stunned press on January 28, 2018 these remarks related to the prevailing of fake news around the world:

"Disinformation thus thrives on the absence of healthy confrontation with other sources of information, that could effectively challenge prejudices and generate constructive dialogue; instead it risks turning people into unwilling accomplices in spreading biased and baseless ideas."

Considering the Pope's tradition of seemingly never-ending transmissions of confusing news to the world, one must unfortunately be reminded to a dog that is biting himself into his own tail now.

Quite possible, that the Pope's many missteps have an effect on the more than 1 billion Catholics around the world, and who are - just like the Pope - also confused now about what's politics, and what's religion.

At the end of February 2018, the Vatican unveils a new document with the Latin name Placuit Deo (Pleasing God), and in which the Pope condemns any form of personal self-centered worship of God (Gnosticism and Pelagianism). Considering the past experiences with Bergoglio, this may be a last effort of some conservative Cardinals to try to heal their own Pope.
Good to know that some ill-minded concepts like Apollinarianism, Nestorianism, Monophysitism - and centuries later also Arianism, and to which Pope Francis seems to keep a strong affection to - had at least already been dealt with some 1500 years ago in Chalcedon.

The past years have shown that the Catholic church and many of it's leaders are unable to consult to the “world“ in a healing manner simply because of their catastrophic and failed analysis of reality in the recent past. In this retrospective, the Pope's latest document may unfortunately be regarded as an announcement from the Vatican to transform the Catholic organization into an ill-led psychiatric office for the other 5 billion non-Catholics now; to pull the rest of the world as well into their many heart-, head-, and body-less confusions.

An instrument in achieving this goal has become international law firm Baker McKenzie by the way, and which was hired by the Vatican in order to obtain the domain name from pope-critical Spanish website, among other.

A new chapter is opened in May of 2018. First, all Chilean bishops declare at a joint meeting with the Pope in Rome that they offer their resignation because of the many mistakes related to the sex abuse scandal in their country. Then, a few days later, the Pope complains that Europe is increasingly turning into a secular continent of disbelieve, resulting in ever decreasing vocations to his church. Maybe this is to a great portion also the result of the behavior of the Pope himself - as described in this article for example - but one can not really expect this level of self-reflection coming out of Rome these days.

Shortly after the summer break of 2018, the press reports about further sex abuse scandals from inside the Catholic organisation. The explosive report describes among other how Bergoglio during his time as Bishop and Cardinal of Buenos Aires had supported a 2,600 pages 'false accuser' study in 2010 about a priest molesting children in Argentina:

"The volumes described the victims as 'false accusers' and claimed their accusations were just ways of projecting their own sexual desires on Grassi, who was convicted of sexually abusing a boy at his Happy Children Foundation — an organization dedicated to rescuing homeless children — and sentenced to 15 years in prison.
Grassi was a national celebrity who established relationships with wealthy and powerful figures in Argentine society, while his victims were poor, teenage residents of his homeless shelters under the Happy Children Foundation (Fundación Felices los Niños) — which generated millions of dollars in donations each year."

Even the extreme liberal German magazine 'Der Spiegel' from Berlin reports in it's issue 39/22.9.2018 about even further sex abuse scandals in the Catholic church, and the involvement of Bergoglio in concealing such. However, for the 'Der Spiegel' the incidents surrounding Bergoglio - as for example listed here - seem to credit his “unpredictability“, and which merely works only towards a “credibility problem of the Catholic church“:

That a high-ranking Munich cleric places his lover in the front benches, that the city openly gossips about homosexual pastors and about the unpredictable pope - all that contributes to the credibility problem of the church, even in the State of Catholic Bavaria. (Der Spiegel, Issue 39/2018, page 18)

Mid December 2018 brings to light that Australian Cardinal Pell is indicted by a court in his home country because of alleged sexual misconduct. A more detailed analysis of the prosecution and conviction of the Cardinal, who was previously appointed with reforming the scandalous Vatican Bank IOR, rather hints towards Pell being merely a scapegoat. Just a few months earlier the Pope made another suspicious statement when he responded on September 11, 2018 (!) to allegations from an archbishop against the Pope himself:

"The Great Accuser, as he himself tells God in the first chapter of the Book of Job, roams around the earth looking for someone to accuse. It seems that the Great Accuser has been unleashed and has it in for the bishops. It is true, we are all sinners, we bishops ... The Great Accuser seeks to unveil sins so that they may be seen, to scandalize the people.""

Once again, the Pope instrumentalizes the bible for political purposes. The above mentioned passage does not contain a 'great accuser' that 'seeks to unveil sins', but instead illustrates how the devil tries to destroy Job's faith by confronting him with lies, among other.

The Pope even dared to open a completely new chapter in the beginning of 2019, when he presents his remarks to an Italian reporter who he had called after observing Trump and Putin engaging at the G20 summit in December 2018:

Last Thursday, I got a call from the Pope. It was about noon and I was at the newspaper when my phone rang: it was his Holiness. He said: 'I am afraid there are very dangerous alliances between powers who have a distorted view of the world: America and Russia, China and North Korea, Russia and Assad in the war in Syria...I thought many times about this problem and came to the conclusion that, not the only but also for this reason, Europe must take as soon as possible a federal structure.'

Meanwhile, the Pope embraces the global climate change agenda again and states on March 22, 2019 the following:

"The new generations are called upon - together with all the inhabitants of the planet - to value and defend this good. It is a task that begins with raising awareness among those who suffer the unavoidable consequences of climate change and of all those who are victims in one way or another of the exploitation and pollution of water due to various factors."

Also, most likely not intended as an April Fool's Day joke, the Pope activates his 2016 wall-psychosis on April 1, 2019 again now that a possible re-election of Donald Trump in 2020 is not far from becoming reality. Quote Pope Francis:

"We know that the father of lies, the devil, prefers a community divided and bickering ... This is the criteria to divide people: The builders of bridges and the builders of walls, those builders of walls sow fear and look to divide people. What do you want to be ?"

The Pope does not reduce supporting his agenda with the issueing of statements, the famous Peter's Pence collection is instrumental in it as well. The press reports that around US $500,000 were used for helping the mass migration caravans in Mexico reaching their final destination: the southern border of the USA.

Only a few days later, the Pope gets even more precise in expressing his true agenda. In May of 2019, he asks for the establishment of a global supranational entity, not for the people of the world to eventually get closer to God, but in order to achieve the goals of the ever more criticised organisation of the United Nations.

Things are getting interesting again in October 2019, when US Attorney General William Barr visits the the capital of Italy, followed by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. Only a few days later, the Italian police raids Vatican offices because of corruption allegations related to real estate transactions, and more eventually.

In the beginning of December 2019, the press reports about further irritating Pope comments regarding the US president. During his visit to Thailand, the pontiff is reported to have compared Donald Trump with King Herod, who had ordered to kill Jesus and an entire generation of newborns.

Beware of Catholics these days. Their organisation and leaders urgently need healing, sadly achievable only through catastrophies it seems.

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