Why Francis Will (Likely) Not Abdicate

As Yours Truly had predicted, the attempt of the Evil Clown to hush the scandal is failing miserably. In fact, it is clearly backfiring, as the cover up line called from the very top has helped to amplify the scandal and to keep the discussion firmly on the lines drawn by Archbishop Vigano’: the homo corruption had the protection of the highest rank in the Church, and the Pope should go just like his homopaedoabetting Cardinals.

Still, Francis will, I think, not resign. Let us see why.

Firstly, the man has no shame. More than five years of Pontificate have shown us that the level of brazenness he possesses is basically unknown among public figures in the Northern Emisphere, and likely equalled only by South American politicians and amateur military rulers. The way he tried to present himself as the poor lamb of a persecuted Church he exhibited in the last weeks is fully in tune with the character.

Secondly, the man clearly loves power above all things. He will always prefer to be in charge and hatred than to be forgotten and at least halfway respected for a late, but decent decision. He clearly does not believe in God, and will therefore not have that kind of motivation, either.

Lastly, I think the fear of jail (and be that in a ptivate home dye to hus advanced age) also plays a role. Who is a former Pope? A simple bishop? Would he enjoy diplomatic immunity? If yes, who says that his successor is not to deprive him of it, and just deliver him to the Italian or the US Justice as the criminal enabler of a vast paedophile ring? A ring he might have not literally led, but enabled for years in order to profit from the net of alliances it provided him before becoming Pope, and to which he was inextricably linked after March 2013? Stranger things happened at sea, and I have seen in my lifetime Nicolae Ceaucescu going from a strong leadership to the execution wall in a matter of hours. The extradition of a disgraced ex-pope, possibly even defrocked and reduced to a common criminal, is a more than realistic outcome in this scenario.

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No, Francis will not abdicate. He will die in disgrace and swear horribly against us all as he does so. But this is the more reason to incinerate his Pontificate and make of it such a planetary embarrassment that, when the time comes, the Cardinals will give us someone who, bad as he will most certainly be, will nevertheless represent a great progress compared to this Nuclear Catastrophe; with the added bonus of some of the homo mafia in the meantime made harmless, or defrocked, or in jail.

This Pontificate will burn.

The Bride of Christ will go on as long as the sun rises.

M

Posted on September 10, 2018, in Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. A ring he might have not literally led, but enabled for years in order to profit from the net of alliances it provided him before becoming Pope, and to which he was inextricably linked after March 2013?

    In a way, you can say the same thing about JPII. Undeniably, he knew what was going on but chose not to act forcefully against it. Why? Maciel and McCarrick raised beaucoup bucks for him, which he used on his pet political projects.

    • This seems not probable to me. By all his faults, I can’t imagine a man who believes in God does such things. I think rather that JP II was, like many innocent men, badly equipped to see evil around him.

  2. Kathleen O'Regan

    His megalomaniacal personality makes him revel in being the center of attention. He clearly enjoys situations where he leaves us in breathless anticipation, will he speak? Will he not? He’s done that multiple times, or put something out there and then waited a few days, knowing he was building anticipation. He’s a pro at manipulation! In times past he said or did something that could be interpreted as expected, even Catholic, and he follows that up with something outrageous, insulting, or heterodox. He enjoys the game, and it is a game to him. “It’s fun to be pope!” he said not long into it. Yes it’s fun holding so much power in your hands, and twisting your hands to put the screws to your enemies. And we are his enemies, he has long enjoyed throwing verbal spears at us and making us miserable as he tears Catholicism apart. He knows liberal Catholics don’t care but we do.

    He would not resign, never for a second did I think it. Too much fun, this.
    He is an entirely malevolent personality. Catholics in Argentina must have vomited when he started lying on the floor prostrate at the beginning of his “Great Big Happy Pope Humblebrag Show”. What a farce.

    • Seems a bad pro to me, then. Coming out one day later with “I won’t say a word on this” is like shooting himself in the genitals in front of the cameras.

  3. What if….he is found out to be an imposter, an antipope, due to the forced resignation of his predecessor…then he is not immune as a head of state and will be tried for his high crimes as a private citizen. Ikd be changing the teaching on capital punishment, too!

  4. Agree Mundy. We have a Peronist Commie for a Pope. Thus, the only way to get him out of the power he lives/breathes/lives upon is by the barrel of a gun…just like every other South American dictator. Maybe the RICO charges from the US will be that gun? One can hope and dream:+) God bless~

  5. I agree with you that he won’t abdicate. However, let us never forget that indeed this evil pontiff can repent of all of his sins, crimes, and blasphemies, and begin the work of righting the wrongs of his life as we all must do. He must choose to repent. Only miraculous Divine Providence could save his Pontificate at that point.

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