Last week, I posted an article on Pope Francis’s “landmark” visit to the Zionist entity to meet the Anti-Christ. It was not meant to single out a particular person – but all Israeli Jews who don’t accept Christ as the “Promised Messiah”.
On May 21, 2014, however, the Jew York Times, narrowed down my post’s Anti-Christ to Theodor Herzl, aka “Father of Zionism”. Jodi Rudoren reported that on Monday Pope Francis accompanied by his longtime friend Argentine Rabbi Abraham Skorka plans to become the first Catholic Pope to lay a wreath on the grave of Theodor Herzl who envisioned a state in Palestine for the European Jews.
Francis will also be the first Pope allowed by the Zionist entity to enter the West Bank. The visit is part of Israeli Hasbara to fool the world about Jewish tolerance toward Israel’s Christian minority (1.9%), down from 12% since the creation of the Zionist entity in 1948.
No doubt, like Popes Paul VI, John Paul II and Benedict XVI, Francis will visit Holy Wailing Wall to seek Salvation from his Lord, the so-called “Jewish Christ”.
Theodor Herzl, a secularist Jew, founded the World Zionist Organization (WZO) to run a campaign for the establishment of a Zionist state in Patagonia (Argentina). However, later, Herzl narrowed-down on British occupied Palestine to attract religious Jews who were against the WZO project. Herzl died in 1904 and was buried in Vienna (Austria). His remains were brought to Zionist occupied West Jerusalem and reburied in the Mount Herzl Cemetery which later became the resting place of Israel’s leaders and war criminals. Theodor’s two children Pauline and Hans – and grandchild Norman are also buried next to Herzl. Hans had converted to Catholic Church.
Herzl met Pope Pius X (1903-14) on January 4, 1904 to seek Vatican support for the creation of a Jewish state in Palestine or Ghana. Pope Pius X rejected Herzl’s appeal.
“I arrived ten minutes ahead of time, and without having to wait I was conducted through a number of small reception rooms to the Pope. He received me standing and held out his hand, which I did not kiss. Lippay (Papal Count, B. Lippay) had told me I had to do it, but I didn’t. I believe this spoiled my chances with him, for everyone who visits him kneels and at least kisses his hand. This hand kiss had worried me a great deal and I was glad when it was out of the way,” wrote Herzl as reported in The Diaries of Theodore Herzl by Marvin Lowenthal.
Pope Pius X told Herzl that the Vatican was unable to favor Zionism against Turks and Arabs. However, Vatican cannot stop Jews from immigrating to Palestine. “But I, as head of the Catholic Church cannot do this. One of the two things likely will happen. Either the Jews will retain their ancient faith and continue to await the Messiah whom we believe has already appeared – in which case they are denying the divinity of Jesus and we cannot assist them. Or else they will go there with no religion whatever, and then we can have nothing at all to do with them.”
Herzl then pleaded: “But, Holy Father, the Jews are in a terrible plight. I do not know if Your Holiness is aware of the full extent of their tragedy. We need a land for these harried people.”
Pope Pius asked: “Must it be Jerusalem?” To that Herzl replied: “We are not asking for Jerusalem, but for Palestine – for only the secular land.”
Pope Pius X lost his coolness and replied: “We cannot be in favor of that.”
On May 22, 2014, Maurice Pinay penned an interesting review of Francis’ visit to Herzl grave.
“And the (West Bank) ‘Palestine’ that Francis is recognizing is a few scraps of the Palestine that ‘the Jews’ stole to prop up Counterfeit Israel in its place. That’s one side of the Pope’s so-called ‘balancing’ act,” says Pinay.
“On the other side of the scale we have Pope Francis spitting on the grave of his predecessor, Pope St. Pius X by completely contradicting his answer to Theodore Herzl’s request for the Church’s recognition of Zionism by honoring Herzl at his grave,” adds Pinay.
“But Francis is spitting on all Palestinians, Christians and Muslims by laying a wreath on Herzl’s grave in Jerusalem, when Herzl traveled the world claiming that ‘the Jews’ had no intention of claiming Jerusalem; that Jerusalem would be internationalized. Moreover, Pope St. Pius X’s “harsh rejection” was him simply upholding the teaching of his religion in response to the outrageous Zionist plan, and demonstrating good sense, as any half-informed person could have foreseen the calamity Zionist fanaticism has resulted in. Like his brothers in the talmudic faith, Pope Francis is spitting on Catholicism itself,” said Pinay.