I just came across an article written by Mike Rivage-Seul, an academic at the Berea College in Kentucky and a former priest. The article is titled, ‘Why the New Pope Should Resign: The Pedophilia Syndrome‘, in which the author claims that Cardinal Bergoglio as Pope Francis I is very bad news for the Latin American nations, especially Argentina’s President Cristina Kirchner and the poor masses around the world.
The article explains why Jewish lobby is so excited about Cardinal Bergoglio becoming the new head of the Vatican. Several Jewish blogs have called Cardinal Bergoglio the “most Jewish Catholic”. Israel’s president and war-criminal, Shimon Peres, has already invited Pope Francis I to visit the Zionist entity.
“To begin with, Francis I shouldn’t resign because he’s ultimately bad for Argentina and Latin America. That is, despite what they’re saying in the media, Cardinal Bergoglio was bad for the poor of Argentina. Remember, he’s a “compassionate conservative.” That means he’s a churchman who talks about combatting poverty, but then ends up opposing progressive politicians like Argentine president Cristina Kirchner. Francis I is the analogue of John Paul II in Poland. John Paul was ultimately bad for Poland (and the developing world as well). True, he opposed the Polish version of communism and seemed to support the labor union, Solidarity. However John Paul actually undermined his country’s sovereignty and the global labor movement by appearing to give papal blessing to international capitalism. That not only impoverished Poland, it weakened labor and progressives throughout the Catholic world. The election of Francis I promises to do something similar for (too!) Latin America,” says Mike Rivage-Seul.
The Catholic Church, like the Zionist Jewish leaders, is known for its support for the military and fascist dictators. Jorge Bergoglio, or Papa Francisco was no exception to the rule. He helped or looked the other way while the Argentina military junta kidnapped or killed tens of thousands of people. Bergoglio’s own actions during the dirty war have come under scrutiny. In 1976, two of his Jesuit priests, Orlando Yorio and Francisco Jalics, were kidnapped and tortured. Yorio accused Bergoglio of effectively handing them over to the death squads by declining to tell the regime that he endorsed their work. Bergoglio was also involved in the arrest of the De La Cuadra family in which four family members, one of them pregnant, were arrested during the early years of the Dirty War and their whereabout were never found.
Argentina’s military junta under Gen. Juan Domingo Peron (d. 1974) was welknown for its sympathies for Hitler, Mussolini and the Zionists. Even as the Third Reich crumbled in the spring of 1945, Peron remained a pro-fascist stalwart, making available more than 1,000 blank passports for the Judeo-christian Nazi collaborators fleeing Europe.
Much as Pope Pius XII didn’t directly challenge the Nazis during the Holocaust, Father Bergoglio avoided any direct confrontation with the zio-Nazis who were terrorizing Argentina. Pope Francis’s defenders today, like apologists for Pope Pius, claim he did intervene quietly to save some individuals.
The World Zionist movement had discussed the resource-rich Argentina as a homeland for the western Jews long before it decided on the British occupied Palestine. On January 5, 1986, Buenos Aires daily newspaper “La Nación” published an article, titled, ‘Studies are Underway for the Settlement of a Jewish Colony in the Province of Santa Cruz’. The article literally said: “Alberto Levy, a spokesman for the Israelis carrying out a survey in the area, stated that ‘this is a project we have carefully nourished for a long time and counts with the support of the Argentine authorities’. As has occurred since a number of years, El Calafate – the main tourist town in the region – this season received hundreds of Jewish “mochileros” (i.e., young backpackers and hikers) which in their own words are carrying out a survey, studying the local climate, vegetation and animals, and the potential wealth of the area. According to local townspeople in the area and the mochileros themselves, this survey was concluded with favourable results for such a settlement.”
In 2010, with Bergoglio’s active support, the Buenos Aires Metropolitan Chapel, the main Roman Catholic Church in Argentina’s capital, erected a memorial to the victims of the Holocaust. Towards the rear of the main sanctuary, a large glass-enclosed case in a silver-wrought frame houses several Jewish artifacts, including a menorah, a Star of Zion, and sheets of prayer books rescued from Treblinka, Auschwitz and the Warsaw ghetto.
Mike Rivage-Seul predicts: “The papacy is crumbling before our eyes. But it may be the death necessary before (Jesus’) resurrection“.