The Archbishop of Argentine, Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio, was declared kosher even before he was nominated to sit on St. Peter’s chair. Bergoglio adopted St. Francis’ (lover of animals) name as the leader of over 1.1 billion Catholics. He is member of Illuminati secret society of The Jesuits.
Since becoming Pope, Bergoglio has been showered with praise by the organized Jewry including 2013 America’s top Jewish personality award by the Jewish Daily Forward.
On December 11, 2014, Rick Gladstone reported at the Jew York Times: “Pope Francis has given hope to gays, unmarried couples and advocates of the Big Bang theory. Now, he has endeared himself to dog lovers, animal rights activists and vegans.”
Gladstone, as expected, misquoted Francis who was trying to console a young boy, who had lost his pet dog earlier. According to an Italian source, Francis said: “One day we will see our animals in the eternity of Christ. Paradise is open to God’s all creatures.”
The neocon Huffington Post quoted Pope Francis saying: “we will go to Heaven with animals“, made that statement to console a boy who lost his dog.
Brandon Amrosino also copied the Jew York Times quote at the Vox.
However, like the Iraqi WMD story, it turned out Francis did not make that statement on November 26 – nor there was a boy who had lost his dog.
The CNN twisted the news, saying: “The confusion may have begun when Italian daily newspaper Corriere della Sera referred to Paul’s quote in a story that carried the headline, The pope and animals: ‘Heaven is open to all creatures’“.
Pro-Israel TV programs discussed the pope’s theological breakthrough, news outlets created photo galleries of popes with cute animals, and others used it as a jumping off point to discuss what other religions think about animals and the afterlife. At America magazine, the Rev. James Martin wrote an essay discussing the theological implications of Francis’ statements and what level of authority they may have. It was all very interesting and show how much the organized Jewry love Pope Francis, but based on an Israeli hasbara.
This Zionist joke reminds me the story of an Israeli dog who was sentenced to death by stoning in June 2011. The judgment was based on Exodus 21:28: “If a bull gores a man or a woman to death, the bull must be stoned to death, and its meat must not be eaten. But the owner of the bull will not be held responsible.”
Later, the Jewish media tried to dust its “Francis’ smoking gun” by saying that Francis’ statement “animals go to Heaven”, was in fact made by Pope Paul VI (died 1978).
I’m not interested in getting my name in Abe Foxman’s ‘Righteous Gentiles’ as Francis does – but Foxman’s Talmud: Ereget Raschi Erod, 22 30, does say: “The Akum (non-Jew) is like a dog.” The scripture also says to honor the dog more than the non-Jew. Talmud also says: “If you eat with a non-Jew it is the same as eating with a dog.”
“Even though God created the non-Jew they are still animals in human form. It is not becoming of a Jew to be served by an animal. Therefore he will be served by animals in human form,” says Talmud: Midrasch Talpioth, p 225, Warsaw 1855. Read here to learn where you stand in Talmud.
Holy Qur’an and the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) have commanded the believers to treat all animals with respect and dignity. Islam allows slaughtering of lawful animals for human consumption only. It forbids hunting as a hobby. The Prophet (pbuh) is quoted as saying: “Whoever kills a sparrow or anything bigger than that without a just cause, Allah will hold him accountable on the Day of Judgment.” Learn more here.