Pope Grima Wormtongue

You have read by now that Pope Francis has, obviously not openly but in that typical, Jesuitical way of his, said that the United States and the Western Powers are not better than the ISIS, because what they do is “State Terrorism”.

It is difficult to keep calm at such evil complicity with the enemy. This is Grima Wormtongue through and through. An agent of Satan bent on maximum suffering for Christians as he, himself, looks pious in the comfort of his faggot-run hotel.

We have now sunk at the level of the 17-years-old extreme nutcase, spitting the most unbelievable nonsense to announce to the world his own existence and reputed greatness. This is not even pothead level. This is pure evil.

I truly hope that a strong refutation of the Pope’s words will now be made public. You know, at least the usual “what he meant is…” that will not persuade anyone but will save face as much as it goes.

This man is unhinged. He tries to regain a clearly lost wave of popular enthusiasm with an even more massive dose of anti-western ideology, anti-Christianity, anti-everything bollocks.

Unhinged. Utterly out of control. Purest evil.

God is, in His Goodness, allowing even the most stupid to finally wake up and understand what kind of monster we are dealing with here.

Francis does not believe in God.

But boy, the devil certainly believes in Francis.

M

 

 

Posted on November 27, 2014, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. What unbelievable arrogance from the same Pope who asked, “Who am I to judge?” God help us and His Holy Church.

  2. It does not surprise me at all! it’s been always like this! Bergoglio always vomited his hatred of Europe and The United States. As every third world advocate he only exists to accuse and play the victim but never to solve any problem and if given the chance to distroy those societies he envy and resent so much, he’s very “brave” to denounce the ills of the developed world saying they are the cause of the poverty in the third world nations but at the same time he shows a shameful knowing silence about the cancerous corruption of the third world leaders many of them his friends (Fernández de Kirchner, Maduro, Morales, Correa) and others who openly admire (Castro) not to mention his tolerance to the countless antichristian attitudes of the people in those nations, Bergoglio is a resentful, envious, jealous man, Europe should wake up and see they have the fox in the chicken coop

    • Very well said.

      And by the way, he criticises the rich and materialistic societies of the west, but then claim the money they produce with their materialistic ways…

      M

  3. Dear Mundabor,

    The article you linked also reported him saying:
    “no state has the right on its own, to stop an unjust agressor in the absence of international consensus.”

    Sure sounds like – New World Order-speak, doesn’t it? And from a Pope who says he wants more collegiality, but makes all kinds of unilateral decisions when it comes to removing his enemies.

    In contrast, Catholic just war principles refer not to a right, but to the “responsibility for the common good”: “The evaluation of these conditions for moral legitimacy belongs to the prudential judgment of those who have responsibility for the common good.” “War should always be a last resort.” “4 conditions determine the justice of it:
    1.the damage inflicted by the aggressor on the nation or community of nations must be lasting, grave, and certain;
    2.all other means of putting an end to it must have been shown to be impractical or ineffective;
    3.there must be serious prospects of success;
    4.the use of arms must not produce evils and disorders graver than the evil to be eliminated.

    • Pure madness.

      The man wouldn’t know Catholic war doctrine if it bumped on it on the street…

      He is purely secular. IN whatever issue, he will never choose the Catholic approach. It’s Castro, Peron, or “one world”.

      M

  4. I appreciate you blog so much. After fighting words battles with Roman Protestants, to read something so clear and without the usual BS is very refreshing! Keep up the good work!

  5. His talk of “poverty” made me feel that he is a politician running for the Senate in our upcoming election in 2016.

    Neopelagianus

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