Monday, January 15, 2018

A portent of bad things to come?


Cristo del Pacífico (The Christ of the Pacific) burns


the fire broke out early this past Saturday morning


a short circuit in the statue caused the fire


Francis and his traveling circus are due to arrive 
in Peru on Thursday the 18th of January.

Francis candidly jokes that ‘witch doctor’ is behind his stamina


Francis on his way to Chile.


On the papal airplane from Rome to Chile, Francis offered his latest off the cuff quip.
“Loud laughter accompanied the joke Francis made in response to the query asked by Cristiana Caricato, a journalist of TV2000, who, (upon) greeting him, had asked him: “We want to know what the doctor gives you so that we can take it too, we who struggle just as you do” — a reference to Bergoglio’s stamina during these trips. “But I do not go to the doctor, I go to the witch!”, he said, laughing with gusto.”

source: La Stampa, Vatican Insider, Che medicine prendo? Vado dalla strega! (English translation CMJ)

As is usual with Francis’ jokes there is always a grain of truth to his answers.  In the past Francis has:
  • told several blasphemous jokes about Our Lord (see #1, #2, #3),
  • we could go on but we think one gets the point.

All of these ‘jokes’ reveal facets of Francis’ inner-JewFrancis publicly maintains that, “One cannot provoke, one cannot insult other people’s faith, one cannot make fun of faith.”  Notice what he never jokes about Talmudic Judaism, the Holocaust, or noahidism — a synthesis of all heresies.  All these are strictly off limits while the Catholic faith is open to mocking jests.  We are digressing, returning to Francis reply, Francis does see witch doctors — typically they come to visit him.  Below are two of the witch doctors whom have visited Francis in the Vatican.


Liu Ming is a Taoist monk (aka witch) who has been Jorge Bergoglio’s
doctor since 2004.  He disturbingly practices Reiki energy on Francis.

A shaman (aka witch) performs an incantation on 
Francis (15 February 2017) in the Vatican.


So one can see the truth in Francis’ latest joke.  The question arises whom is Francis mocking when he jokingly but truthfully replies that ‘visits from witch-doctors give him stamina’?  Simply, the answer is the typical pewsitter that thinks Francis is a practicing Catholic.  Francis has nothing but contempt for these people as his mocking jests and  candid jokes reveal.

Friday, January 12, 2018

Francis makes pro-abortion and pro-LGBT Dutch politician, Lilianne Ploumen, a Commander in The Pontifical Equestrian Order of St. Gregory the Great


Lilianne crows with delight while she shows 
off her medal she received in June 2017.


According to the Catholic Encyclopedia (1917), Pontifical Decorations — Order of St. Gregory the Great,
“Gregory XVI founded this order to reward the civil and military virtues of subjects of the Papal States by brief "Quod Summis", 1 Sept., 1831, and placed it under the patronage of the great pope whose name it bears.”

What were Lilianne’s civic and military virtues?  She set up and campaigned for the ‘safe abortion’ fund SheDecides as well as supports special rights for the perversions of the LGBT crowd.  Oh, the countless of murders she bears responsibility for and the immorality she spreads, why not award her with papal knighthood?


 Francis and then Dutch foreign minister, Lilianne Ploumen, met in 2015 to discuss the climate.


Who’s next, Emma Bonino?



Rabbi Abraham Skorka and his sin of omission




Rabbi Skorka has said publicly that he is Francis “roving ambassador” but it is more truthful to say that he’s Francis’ handler.  The rabbi gave a lecture, Nostra Aetate, past and future, at the International Council of Christians and Jews’ (ICCJ) Rome Conference 2015: ‘The 50th Anniversary of Nostra Aetate: The Past, Present and Future of the Christian-Jewish Relationship’.  In this speech Skorka explained that Christianity has play a key role in anti-semitism and that the Shoah demonstrates the futility of Christianity — its moral bankruptcy.  During his talk Skorka trots out the old canard that all the evidence of Pius XII has never been seen and states that,
“the issue of the role played by perennial Christian antisemitism in providing a seedbed for twentieth-century Nazi racism still awaits full exploration. A clear and unambiguous reckoning by Christians of all denominations is still expected by Jews with regard to all the components of Christian anti-Semitism, not only those found in the Patristic literature, but also those contributory elements that can be found in the New Testament, such as...”

Skorka then concludes with the following:
“For Catholics, the new approach and dialogue with Jews based on Nostra Aetate's theological statements, opens a theological quest: Since the "Old Covenant" has never been revoked, what does the living faith and practice of the Jewish People today mean for Christian faith and self-understanding? For Jews, the new relationship means to take more to heart Maimonides’ statement in his authoritative Code :
 It is beyond the human mind to fathom the designs of the Creator; for our ways are not His ways, neither are our thoughts His thoughts. All these matters relating to Jesus of Nazareth and the Ishmaelite (Mohammed) who came after him served to clear the way for King Messiah, to prepare the whole world to worship God with one accord, as it is written, “For then will I turn to the peoples a pure language, that they may all call upon the name of the Lord to serve Him with one consent” (Zephaniah 3: 9) Thus the messianic hope, the Torah, and the commandments have become familiar topics –topics of conversation (among the inhabitants) of the far islands of many peoples . . .
There is still a long way before us until Nostra Aetate in its body and spirit will be incorporated into the heart of all the churches and parishes throughout the world, and to become a deeper challenge for Jewish vision on Christianity.

But still, the next step must be to think and to analyze the present dramatic moment in humankind’s history in order to continue paving a way for a better future. We have been given an opportunity to be "a blessing to one another," as John Paul II put it. It is therefore our duty in the years ahead to make the most of this unprecedented moment.”

We will only concern ourselves with the quote from Maimonides.  Unsaid in his speech but footnoted for the statement from Maimonides is: “Hilkhot Melakhim 11: 4, according the uncensored editions of Soncino 5250 (1490), Constantinopolis 5269 (150 9) and Amsterdam 5462 (1702). The translation was taken from Herschel’s essay quoted in the footnote No. 28, p. 248.”  The essay of Abraham Heschel referred to is “No Religion is an Island” published in “Abraham Joshua Heschel, Moral Grandeur and Spiritual Audacity, edited by Susannah Heschel, Farrar, Straus & Giroux, New York, 1996, p. 248”.  Here we have Skorka admit that there are uncensored editions of Maimonides quote however he uses Heschel’s edited one.  In 2012 Skorka published a paper titled, “Jewish Identity and Jewish-Christian Dialogue A View from Argentina”.  This paper examines Heschel’s “No Religion is an Island” and the themes it contains.  In it Skorka refers to the same quote, states that it only appears in uncensored editions of the Maimonides’ Mishneh Torah, and then quotes it from the Chabad-Lubutavitcher website:
“Ultimately, all the deeds of Jesus of Nazareth and that Ishmaelite [Mohammed] who arose after him will only serve to prepare the way for Mashiach’s [the Messiah’s] coming and the improvement of the entire world, motivating the nations to serve God together as Tzephaniah 3:9 states: “I will transform the peoples to a purer language that they all will call upon the name of God and serve Him with one purpose [Lit.: shoulder to shoulder].””

Here is where Rabbis Skorka’s sin of omission come into play.  The following is the quote in its context.




To which we add that the Chabad website referenced prefaces the above with,


Wow!  Skorka blames the Shoah on the Christians, has the chutzpah to state that all Christian denominations need to have their New Testament and writings of the early church fathers reexamined in order to cleanse, “[their] soul[s] of its role in contributing to anti-Semitism.”  Skora then has the audacity to be duplicitous towards his Christian audiences concerning what Talmudists truly believe about Jesus the Christ.   One can see from this that Conservative Judaism (Conservative Judaism) which Skorka professes isn’t very different from its kissing cousin Hasidism — for they are both Talmudic, lying, and deny Our Lord and Savior.  When will the ravings of the rabbis and their various Talmudic religions be reexamined by Catholics so they can be purged of their anti-Goyimism? 

Don’t think for one instant that Francis is ignorant of any of this.  Recall in September 2017, Francis sat approvingly as Rav Dr. Ratzon Arusi said, “that we may work together to fulfill the vision articulated by Maimonides.”  Also, when he was but the cardinal archbishop of Buenos Aires he attended a museum exhibit in 2004 on Maimonides and a few years later in 2008 accepted the Maimonides Award for Inter-religious Dialogue!  Is it any wonder that Rabbi Skorka is Francis’ close personal friend?


Tuesday, January 9, 2018

thankfully the Vatican’s Nativity was taken down today


Last year Francis decided to take down the Nativity scene and Christmas tree in St. Peter’s Square on January 10th even though the Christmas season lasts until Candlemas.  Thankfully, he has done the same thing this year, even beating the dismantling of the creche by one day — January 9th.  Good riddance to this grotesque monstrosity with its buck naked infant, homoerotic theme, macabre sideshow, falling star, and tree with yin & yang ornaments!


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the new evangelization in Sao Paulo, Brazil


Who wants to bet that Francis wears his favorite team’s jersey underneath his vestments like this Brazilian does?




Does this priest also have a shrine to soccer
 like Francis does in the Vatican?


Francis loves his football as demonstrated by the shrine located in the Sala Regia.

Francis sends kisses and spiritual hugs to Chile & Peru


“I want to meet you, look into your eyes, see your faces and be able to experience among you God’s closeness, His tenderness and mercy that embraces and comforts us.”






Brothers and sisters of Chile and Peru,
Before my upcoming trip to these lands, I greet you affectionately. I am coming to you as a pilgrim of the joy of the Gospel, to share with everyone “the Lord’s peace” and “confirm them in the same hope”. Peace and hope, shared among all.
I want to meet you, look into your eyes, see your faces and be able to experience among you God’s closeness, His tenderness and mercy that embraces and comforts us.
I know the history of your countries, forged with determination, dedication; I wish, with you, to thank God for the faith and love for God and for brothers most in need, especially the love you have towards those who are discarded from society. The throwaway culture is increasingly invading us. I want to share with you your joys, your sorrows, your difficulties and hopes, and tell you that you are not alone, that the Pope is with you, that the whole Church welcomes you, that the Church looks to you.
With you I want to experience the peace that comes from God, which is so necessary; He alone can give it to us. It is the gift that Christ gives us all, the foundation of our coexistence and of society; peace is sustained in justice and allows us to find instances of communion and harmony. We must constantly ask the Lord for it, and the Lord gives it to us. It is the peace of the Risen One that brings joy and impels us to be missionaries, reviving the gift of faith that leads us to the encounter, to the shared communion of the same faith celebrated and given.
That encounter with the risen Christ confirms us in hope. We do not want to be anchored to the things of this world – our gaze goes much further, our eyes are focused on His mercy that heals our miseries. Only He gives us the drive to get up and continue. To feel this, God’s closeness, makes us a living community capable of moving with those who are by our side and taking decisive steps of friendship and fraternity. We are brothers who go out to encounter others, so as to confirm our same faith and hope.
I place in the hands of the Holy Virgin, Mother of America, this Apostolic Journey and all the intentions that we carry in our hearts, so that she, as a good Mother, may welcome them and teach us the way to her Son.
See you very soon! And, please, do not forget to pray for me. See you soon!