Daily Archives: April 18, 2016
Francis is on a roll – and, we can safely add, completely in the thrall of Satan – after the Apostolic Excrementation. Only three days after the release of this infamous document, which will go in history as the most atrocious papal document ever, the man doubles down. From a homily held at the Casa Santa Marta on the 11 April (emphases mine):
“It hurts when I read that small passage from the Gospel of Matthew, when Judas, who has repented, goes to the priests and says: ‘I have sinned’ and wants to give … and gives them the coins. ‘Who cares! – they say to him: it’s none of our business!’ They closed their hearts before this poor, repentant man, who did not know what to do. And he went and hanged himself. And what did they do when Judas hanged himself? They spoke amongst themselves and said: ‘Is he a poor man? No! These coins are the price of blood, they must not enter the temple… and they referred to this rule and to that… The doctors of the letter. “
I do not know you, but I am slowly thinking this man is not far away from singing the praise of “poor Satan”.
Francis is “hurt” at the way the “poor, repentant” Judas is treated. There is in him not the slightest hint of condemnation of Judas for his own suicide. The blame for that is entirely thrown on the Pharisees.
Now let us reason a bit:
Have you ever detected any “hurt” for Judas in Matthew’s Gospel? Matthew suffers for Christ, not for Judas. The episode is clearly meant to expose Judas’ total, complete, and utter disgrace. If you really hurt for Christ, you don’t really hurt for Judas. Yes, every soul who damns himself is an infinite loss. But God has seen this soul worthy of eternal condemnation and suffering, and that’s that.
Moreover, Judas freely hangs himself. The parallel with St Peter is striking. Both – in vary different ways – betray our Lord, but Peter repents and asks for forgiveness (true repentance), Judas doesn’t (false repentance, which is only a self-flattering emoting of the ego; just what Francis does when he “hurts” for him), and goes on to commit pretty much the worse crime imaginable after Deicide: Suicide. Only an enemy of Christianity like Francis can choose to ignore this fundamental difference in a bout of effeminate sentimentalism about the “poor, repentant man”.
Furthermore: Christianity has, traditionally, not shown any sympathy for Judas. Judas is the willing instrument both of the Deicide and of his own damnation. Francis reads a Gospel that has been read these 2,000 years. He has a different reading than the 2,000 years of Christianity before him. What does this tell you of him, I will leave to yourself.
Lastly, a striking contrast between Francis and Christ.
You can find many indications in the Gospels that Judas – pretty freaking obviously – damned himself by hanging himself from that tree. But none of them is as evident, as definitive, and as clear-cut as the words of our Lord:
“The Son of man goeth as it is written of him: but woe unto that man by whom the Son of man is betrayed! it had been good for that man if he had not been born”.
This is from the very Gospel of Matthew the Evil Clown has mentioned. It is a quoted direct statement of Christ, which means: it is a dogmatic statement.
“It had been good for that man if he had not been born”. There is no other possible way to read this, not on this planet and not on any alternative one, other than as a very clear statement that Judas is destined for eternal damnation. To believe otherwise is to believe that Our Lord changed His mind and did not let us know; or that He was just kidding; or that we should not take seriously everything Our Lord said.
It is astonishing that a Pope should “hurt” for a Deicide Reprobate. It is beyond contempt that he would not only completely ignore Our Lord’s words, but also attempt to appear more merciful than Him. This blasphemous arrogance is simply sympathy for the Devil and his minions. Francis is an enemy of Christ. He will do what he can to let you side with the one who betrayed Him.
For 2,000 years, Judas has been the epitome of everything. Francis “hurts” for him.
This man should be exorcised.