Crocodile Tears

Don’t be sad, Frankie; people don’t get you…

The Bishop of Rome let it be known how so awfully sorry he was that “Rabbitgate” upset the Catholic world.

It wasn’t his fault, you see.

It was the Press. The missing “context”. The weather. The moon phase. The locusts.

Never mind that a video tells the lie on his hypocrisy. Never mind that his words are perfectly in tune with his UN, climate-change-scare agenda. The Most Astonishing Hypocrite in Church History (TMAHICH) does not care for such minutiae. It is so, because he says so. He never cares about what he says, but you must believe every word anyway.

Liar. Hypocrite. Whitened sepulchre.

If this man had a shred of dignity or decency left in him, he would do what every decent person would do in his position and put an end altogether to off-the-cuff comments and spontaneous interviews – which he doesn’t like giving, TMAHICH said… -, strictly limiting himself to reading from a carefully worded script, written by a Catholic.

Even if he believed in his own good faith, he would have to recognise that he has neither the intellect nor the knowledge nor the linguistic ability to say three intelligible phrases in a row, or to talk for more than one minute without revealing a deep disagreement with Church teaching and tradition. A man in good faith would draw the consequences and do what wise Popes – far superior to him in every respect – did, and limit himself to clear, concise, Catholic teaching instead of vomiting around his own brand of Peronism.

Do you think he will do it? Do you think the man so “saddened” by the scandal he causes will cease to cause scandal? Don’t hold your breath. After the crocodile tears will come another scandal.

Circus Bergoglio is in full swing. The show must go on. The next blunder is just around the corner.

Can a Pope be incapacitated for manifest lack of brain function? Probably not.

A pity.






Posted on January 26, 2015, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. indignusfamulus

    Dear M,
    As maddening as it is to read any interview he gives, we thank God he’s can’t resist running off at the mouth. He can praise large families all he wants now, after uttering the “breeding like rabbits” line. The more he talks, the more the fence-sitters will be “hopping” over to join those clinging to Faith and reason. .

    • Yep.
      Thank God, Francis is a walking warning sign against Francis. Which is why I think he does not qualify as Antichrist or any predecessor. Far too obvious in his mediocrity.

  2. Dear Mundabor,
    S.Armaticus just included the link below in his latest post. It’s one from Radical Catholic’s blog which we think is without a doubt THE most public, and open admission we’ve ever seen the modernists make about their agenda. —that they’ve changed the spirituality and MISSION of the Church, with VII–, and Traditionals are clinging to the OLD one, that’s got to go. (Blaming it all on God’s will- as usual).
    It wouldn’t surprise us, after reading THIS, if they banish TLM next week. Hope you’ll address it.

    –Reading it, reminded us of Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich ‘s 1820’s vision:
    ” I saw again the strange big church that was being built there in Rome. There was nothing holy in it. I saw this just as I saw a movement led by Ecclesiastics to which contributed angels, saints, and other Christians. But there in the strange big church all the work was being done mechanically according to set rules and formulae. Everything was being done according to human reason …I saw all sorts of people, things, doctrines, and opinions. There was something proud, presumptuous, and violent about it, and they seemed very successful. I di not see a single Angel nor a single saint helping in the work. ”
    “”I saw deplorable things:… All sorts of abominations were perpetrated there. Priests allowed everything and said Mass with much irreverence. I saw that few of them were still godly… All these things caused me much distress. ”
    “Then I saw an apparition of the Mother of God, and she said that the tribulation would be very great. … pray above all for the Church of Darkness to leave Rome..

    • I have read the original “Rorate” piece. Whilst I think that Maradiaga is a dangerous bastard, I very much he has the strenght necessary to implement his program. As I speak, Francis must backpedal like a madman for a “rabbit” comment. This isn’t a man who can do so very much of what you fear.
      I might be wrong, of course.

  3. Another reinterpretation required to understand this. Has any other pope ever had to so much interpretation and reinterpretation? Then again, has any pope ever had such difficulty stringing together more than two coherent sentences? I read yesterday some priest’s reinterpretation that extolled how clear the pope was, by dragging in other documents and statements of others to explain how clear and coherent the pope was in his statements. It just keeps getting crazier and stupider by the hour. He said what he said, revealing that he holds the world’s opinions based upon the world’s “experts” and has no belief in God or His working, His providence, in the lives of the Faithful, contrary to orthodox Catholic teaching for 2000 years. I read the full transcript, and I know what he said as far as I could actually follow what he said; it was head-splitting, and I can only imagine what it was like to listen to him!

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