Satan, Dressed In White, Is Preaching From The Pulpit
There is almost no day without headlines of a next socialist/communist/environ-mentalist homily from the Evil Clown. As I have written several times, Francis is spouting exactly the same nonsense that a Che Guevara-type would spout if suddenly made Pope, and asked to address the Catholic masses.
Francis hates you. He hates your sensus catholicus, your desire to be good, your fear of the Lord. He hates you because you are a Catholic. It’s not even that he wants you to defeat and become one of his (I think he realistically understands this is not going to happen). More simply, he is perfectly happy with insulting you for as long as he lives, whilst he presents himself to you and a bright example of that “merciful” attitude you will never have.
He does it day in, and day out. But sometimes he does it in an even more aggressive way than usual.
I stumbled upon this and, whilst I normally avoid to offer the Evil Clown a resonance box, the impiousness and scandal are so big that I feel I have to spend some words.
The entire sermon is one breathtaking, satanic statement of rebellion to the Church. But the horror of this man’s mind is well summarised in this statement, introduced by the writer (Francis always rambles so much that everything must be abridged) and followed by the words of the Evil Clown himself (emphases mine):
But if this is the truth, and adultery is serious, how then, the Pope asks, does one explain that Jesus spoke “many times with an adulteress, a pagan?” That He “drank from the glass of her who was not purified?” And at the end He said to her: “I do not condemn you. Sin no more”? How does one explain that?
“And the path of Jesus – it’s quite clear – is the path from casuistry to truth and mercy. Jesus lays aside casuistry. Not here, but in other passages from the Gospel, He qualifies those who want to put Him to the test, those who think with this logic of ‘Yes, you can’ as hypocrites. Even with the fourth commandment these people refused to assist their parents with the excuse that they had given a good offering to the Church. Hypocrites. Casuistry is hypocritical. It is a hypocritical thought. ‘Yes, you can; no, you can’t’… which then becomes more subtle, more diabolical: But what is the limit for those who can? But from here to here I can’t. It is the deception of casuistry.
The commandments – all of them – are just disposable, and you are a hypocrite if you dare to say to a Catholic that “yes, he can” follow them. The Church has, for the course of her entire existence, been a huge Pharisaic apparatus bent on oppressing the poor faithful and betraying the message of Christ. Jews had commandments, but Jesus substitutes them with “truth” and “mercy”, and denounces rigid rules as the “deception of casuistry”. Un-Francis-believable.
This is straight from Satan’s mouth. This is the fodder reprobates all over the world are eagerly awaiting for, and Francis is feeding them day in and day out. But this is also so overtly satanic, so patently absurd, that no Catholic with some fear of the Lord in him can really believe he has now, courtesy of this Argentinian ass, a new Catholicism at his disposal. The Evil Clown will only fool those who ardently wish to be fooled. Not one single Catholic, not one, can believe this rubbish for a moment.
I wish I could kick this man in his fat, old ass until at least a glimmer of Catholicism appears in his socialist, godless, perverted mind. I actually think it would be a merciful act to do so as he would give him at least a little shot at salvation. Alas, he is the Pope, so I will have to be content with praying that he dies soon instead.