Vladimir The Great Sums Up Pope Francis The Fake!

Authord by Antonius Aquinas,

Vladimir Putin has once again demonstrated why he is the most perceptive, farsighted, and for a politician, the most honest world leader to come around in quite a while.  If it had not been for his patient and wise statesmanship, the world may have already been embroiled in an all encompassing global configuration with the possibility of thermonuclear destruction.

His latest comments on the purported head of the Catholic Church may have been his most perceptive as of yet and should be heeded not only by Western secular leaders, but by the globe’s one billion or so Catholics, most of whom regard Jorge Bergoglio as pope.

The Russian President’s statement came on a visit to the Naval Cathedral of St. Nicholas in Kronstadt.  Mr. Putin succinctly sums up what Pope Francis is not: “If you look around at what he (the Pope) says it’s clear that he is not a man of God.  At least not the Christian God, not the God of the Bible.”

No truer words have as yet been said about this cretin by a world leader since his wretched pontifical reign began in 2013!

While Mr. Putin and those with “eyes to see and ears to hear” recognize that “Pope Francis” is not a Christian, the current occupant of St. Peter’s Chair is disqualified for that position on theological grounds.  To be a legitimate pope, one must be “bishop of Rome,” and prior to becoming a bishop, one must be a priest.  Jorge Bergoglio was not ordained (1969) in the traditional Apostolic ordination rite of the Church, nor was he consecrated (1992) as a true bishop in that rite.  His predecessor, Benedict XVI, was, likewise, not consecrated in the traditional rite although he was ordained as a priest under the “old rite.”

Simply put: Jorge Bergoglio is just a layman masquerading as a pope as are all of the other priests and bishops which were given Holy Orders under the new rites which came into effect in the aftermath of the Second Vatican Anti-Council (1962-65).

Not only is Pope Francis a Christian fraud as Vladimir Putin and other perceptive commentators have observed, but in secular matters he is a neo-Marxist in economic thought, a One-World Government advocate, and an enthusiast of open borders and mass migration.  In other words, an enemy of what is left of Western Civilization.

Mr. Putin accurately describes his “secular sins:”

  • Pope Francis is using his platform to push a dangerous far-left political ideology on vulnerable people around the world, people who trust him because of his position
  • He dreams of a world government and a global communist system of repression
  • As we have seen before in communist states, this system is not compatible with Christianity**

If these despicable qualities are not bad enough, there is a seedier side of Bergoglio that Mr. Putin did not address.  Pope Francis is now the third Paedophile Pope who has presided over the Church’s Great Sex and Embezzlement Scandal.  Neither Francis, or his two derelict predecessors (Benedict XVI, JPII) have done anything to either punish or root out the child predators under their charge.  On the contrary, Francis has encouraged perversion with his now infamous statement of “who am I to judge.”

The debauchery continues to take place with the latest coming right under the nose of the Argentine heretic.  An apartment occupied by the secretary of the Pontifical Council for the Interpretation of Legislative Texts, Franecesco Coccopalmerio, was raided in July to break up a “gay” orgy.  The police found drugs and men engaged in orgiastic sex.

Coccopalmerio, who Bergoglio had considered for promotion to bishop, was hauled away and jailed by authorities.

This came on the heels of Cardinal George Pell, the Vatican’s Chief Financial Officer, being charged with sex crimes against ten children.  Pell has since left Rome in disgrace for his native Australia to answer the charges.

While Western Civilization is on the decline due to economic stupidity and open borders promoted by the likes of Pope Francis, there are a few bright spots, the brightest of which is Vladimir Putin.  If the West is ever going to regain its sanity, it should take the sage counsel of the Russian president especially when he speaks of phonies like Pope Francis.

Comments

DJ Happy Ending Ms No Tue, 08/08/2017 - 02:23 Permalink

although i agree with vlad, the author's gushing praise of him was a little off-putting.

let's not forget that vlad was a soviet commie and made a lot of his money helping his friends use government power to seize assets.

i agree with vlad in this case but he is no role model to anyone who holds traditional western values or classical liberal philosophical ideals (thomas paine, adam smith, etc.)

let the downvotes commence...

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Teja MayIMommaDogFa… Tue, 08/08/2017 - 03:49 Permalink

Vladimir Putin has once again demonstrated why he is the most perceptive, farsighted, and for a politician, the most honest world leader to come around in quite a while.  If it had not been for his patient and wise statesmanship, the world may have already been embroiled in an all encompassing global configuration with the possibility of thermonuclear destruction."Antonio Aquinas", I am wondering if he wrote that as a kind of ironic plagiarisation of Stalinist asslickers?Such writing happens when people do not know history at all. There were a number of Western (mostly leftist, btw) writers and journalists who were invited to visit the USSR in the 1930's, and wrote such stuff about Stalin. Who, btw. is nowadays more and more revered in the USSR Russia again.S.I.C.K.

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Itinerant Manthong Tue, 08/08/2017 - 10:26 Permalink

The 3 bullet points that the author accuses the pope with are not firmly established facts or consensus. Besides that, none of them are very closely related to any of the traditional locii of Christian dogma. He does not make it clear why Putin regards the pope as not very Christian, but certainly not for the same reasons enumerated in the three bullets. The whole article is hogwash, even if its main point were true.

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EddieLomax Teja Tue, 08/08/2017 - 06:05 Permalink

Putin is no Stalin, he has his problems but has presided over a state that went from looking like it will collapse to being economically and militarily strong, with a thriving culture free from degeneracy.Where Russia has its faults is in its legal system, but right now I'd take Russia over any country in the west since somehow they have state-corporate systems installed that look more like fascism then the western democracies of the 1900's.But unlike fascism which at least tried to improve the culture and health of the population we have this weird death cult of worshipping sexual deviants and all manner of perversities, anyone who does not only tolerate but actually approve it is labelled an "unperson" (bigot-racist-islamaphobe etc).

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strannick ParkAveFlasher Tue, 08/08/2017 - 11:25 Permalink

"Unfortunately, the pope and Vlad have this in common, that they live with a security retainer and surmount gilded empires.  This is far cry, for both, from Peter the Galilean fisherman.  And I doubt either of these men were on the road to Emmaus. "Read Pope Francis life. An exemplary Christian. Then wiegh that against a few bland generalized statemenrs about borders. Putin likewise stands up for Vhridtian values in an indifferent world 

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BetterRalph Schlump (not verified) Tue, 08/08/2017 - 07:29 Permalink

For the newly appointed Pope advocate I am surprised that in your first sentence you used both vulgar slang and outright lies.

And what with that high energy name, it's certain Zerohedge will give you that push you need, when you need it.

This pope to me... looks like he needs a six fold kiss, I am just saying, is there more than one spirit in there, some testing is in order I say.

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Manthong DJ Happy Ending Tue, 08/08/2017 - 04:41 Permalink

 
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Well we all have to start somewhere… ..but ol’ what’s his face geezuit in Rome is a more of a Soviet than Vlad ever was.

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StarGate researchfix Tue, 08/08/2017 - 08:58 Permalink

Was impressed by the pics of him washing feet, then listened to some of his pronouncements which were clearly BULLY PULPIT political propaganda like pushing for Hillary as USA Prez (disguised as dishing her rival).

Hillary who is a California Coven WITCH. Nothing against witches, just that their philosophy does not gel with Roman Popes, at least we did not know it did until this Black Pope (Jesuit) kicked out the White Pope (Benny) and took his throne then promoted Hillary by his side as a world leader.

The Black Pope manouver matches the Malachi prophecy BTW.

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Manthong Lore Tue, 08/08/2017 - 04:53 Permalink

I am a believer in the Great Maker.... I know a fair amount of the history of the church… many secular motivations guised under theocracy, save for maybe Aquinas.. ..but this clown makes atheism start to look attractive as a philosophy.
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