Another “Francis Effect”
I am sorry that most blog posts now deal with Pope Diana. I would like to write far more about other issues, but I end up writing mainly about Francis. This I do for the following reasons:
1. I see what is happening as absolutely historic, a period that will be remembered in infamy for thousand of years to come. Francis is a plague comparable to John XXII – if probably not quite there, yet -, and I cannot find another period as troubled as this unless I look at Arianism, or at the XVI Century. It seems to me that the antics of a Pope let all the rest pale in comparison.
2. I do not see on the blogosphere anywhere near the number of scandalised reactions that I would like to read. Rather, the default “he is the Pope, so he must be right” reaction is still by far prevalent. The more I read pro-Francis waffle around, the more I want to put in my two cents.
3. The frequency with which the man spreads his senseless Bergoglism is breathtaking; he is all over the place, literally and figuratively. Every time one of his “events” take place one must point out what he has said, what it means that he has not corrected himself, why the groupies don't understand, and what is happening as a result of Francis' senseless talking.
It's a lot of blogging. Still, I can't keep pace with Francis' antics. There was no time to write a blog post about the Almoner now officially sent around to say “look how good Francis is”, so I did it in short and en passant whilst writing about something else. Ricca is still there, but I do not get to find the time to expand on what this means for the morality of the entire establishment. Ms Chaouqui, the “adviser”, would have merited a blog post or two, though this might have involved posing some questions about Francis' possibly all-too-developed fantasy (and yes, she is a vulgar beauty: she must remind him of some young woman in the favela).
I have followed closely the entire Limburg mess, and there was no time to write about it in a comprehensive manner (a complex mess, that one). There are many passages in Francis' interview, letters or rambling that should be commented upon. The fallout effect is getting bigger every day, and it's also linked to Francis.
There is no time, and one must prioritise. It seems to me that the absolute priority is to try to work, as far as I can, against the madness of a Pope who can't conceive hell even for most atheists, and can't conceive God even “slapping” anyone; and will therefore contribute to countless souls getting exactly there: to hell, all the while singing sugary song and feeling oh so godly in their “inclusive” “conscience”.