The Tango Pope

Francis Red Nose

Can’t imagine why I am not suprised….

[EDIT: APRIL’S FISH! Congratulation to those who have spotted it. A big tsk-tsk to the others…🙂 ]

I have jested a couple of times that Francis might do something like this. Apparently, yesterday he did.

In the video posted (who knows for how long) on the Radio Vaticana site, you can clearly see the Pope trying to dance some Tango move with an unidentified woman.

It is all meant in jest, of course, for people for whom nothing is sacred and the word “obscene” is too “judgmental”. But there we are.

The short video shows the Pope trying to “instruct” the woman on the proper stance (close body contact), and then slowly moving some steps with her before stopping, laughing and apparently protesting that no, it’s too much fun, he can’t go on and he has an age. The video appears filmed by a somewhat inexperienced hand, and is certainly not professionally made. My impression is that the impromptu scene was filmed, clearly in jest, by some friend of the woman, and some genius at Vatican Radio thought it would increase the popularity of the Humble Heretic. Methinks, said genius will soon have some explaining to do.

You might say (and I would agree with you) that the heresies of this Pope vastly exceed in evil intent the tango steps, and the incurable vanity of the Evil Clown. However, this does not justify the way this man mocks everything that is sacred, including the office entrusted to him.

Only a few days now, and when the torrential Apostolic Excrementation is released we might have problems on a quite different scale than a tango dancing Pope. But again, if a Pope is so shameless to dance the tango (in the way his age allows) and display a behaviour unthinkable only a few years ago,then we cannot be surprised if he dares, at some point, to flirt with the unthinkable in his official statements, or at least to promote heresy and sacrilege with them as much as deemed feasible or practicable.

If, in a few days, the Apostolic Excrementation proves that the Pope is willing to push hard the boundaries of heresy, remember that this is a Tango-Loving Pope.

Which, truly, says it all.





Posted on April 1, 2016, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. Looked on the Vatican web site. Your link could not provide said video of the Tango! !

  2. The jerk homogoglio saw Obama doing “tango” and got envious. He had to imitate his fellow offspring of the devil. Satanic scoundrel that he is.

  3. What? Francis dancing with a ……….. woman? April Fool!! 😉

  4. What’s up with the tango thing? Hussein the Commie likes it too, when the world is burning.

  5. Hello Mundy,

    I know you like succinct and I do mean to be.

    And, as you may well know, I’ve been consistent in my distaste for Bergie. Since the beginning of his current three-act play structure (Setup, Confrontation & Resolution), I’ve been outspoken about what a shmendrick schmuck Bergie is. And I think that those poor souls that twist themselves into moral pretzels trying their damnedest to excuse or explain Bergie are self-pitying and faithless, sorrowful examples of apostles and followers of Jesus.

    Previously and not so tongue-in-cheek, I’ve suggested that Bergie is an alcoholic.

    To that end, when one studies each of the AA 12 Steps ( it becomes painfully obvious to realize what the core issue and major malfunction is that precisely personifies and answers the dual questions “Who is this Bergie and what is wrong with him?”

    Attempting to be as succinct as possible, I won’t get into all the 12 Steps, but just a few:

    • We admitted we were powerless over alcohol—that our lives had become unmanageable.

    • Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity.

    • Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves.

    • Were entirely ready to have God remove all these defects of character.

    • Made a list of all persons we had harmed, and became willing to make amends to them all.

    Frankly, I’m not convinced that Steps 7 & 11 should be recommended for Bergie; he’s already obsessed with “humility” and “God as we understood Him” is what’s gotten Bergie into so much trouble already.

    So maybe a 10 Step Programme would best suit Bergie.

    In any event, Bergo’s a run-of-the-mill alkie or pothead – or both (known as a Bergoholic) – and desperately needs professional help.

    And, also and unfortunately, The Bergoholic is a legendary mean drunk. We all know all about his taunting, wild-eyed insults shoveled without charge – or provocation – in the direction of orthodox Catholics. He’s just not that into us.

    What’s the cause of all that crude meanness?

    Again, the literature relevant to Bergoholism is compellingly spot-on:

    “…researchers have found a particular trait — a focus on the present, with little regard of consequences — that appears to make someone under the influence more likely to become mean.

    “People who focus on the here and now, without thinking about the impact on the future, are more aggressive than others when they are sober, but the effect is magnified greatly when they’re drunk.”


    The Bergoholic is one mean drama queen. He’s unfit for the papacy.

  6. Deo Gratias you didn’t put up this photo:

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