Pachamama Drowns Into The Tiber

Please stop what you are doing, make some popcorn and go to the Barnhardt site, where two versions of a wonderful video exist: wooden statues of “Pachamama” taken away from the church and thrown into the river, where they belong.

Oh, joy! Oh, what a laugh! And the politically incorrect act of throwing them all in the Tiber!

Of course, the Tiber is highly symbolic here. Heretics were thrown in the Tiber. Pope Formosus – after the synodus horrenda – was, too!

One wonders what other modern Pope might have deserved to have his corpse thrown into the river after his execution for manifest heresy. Of course, one would have to declare him deposed first. Alas, we don’t do these things anymore. Not Christian enough, you see.

My rosary tonight is for the people who have done this.

One video says more than 1000 blog articles.

Posted on October 21, 2019, in Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Ah, an perfecting example of true Catholic action in our time of papal apostasy.

  2. Bravo! An excellent start. The next round should make a much bigger splash.

  3. This was a fantastic day! I am so very thankful they chose to video tape this so it could be broadcast around the world. The sheer hutzpah! Everything about this is great, but I especially enjoyed the loud splash. This is just what the heart and soul needed. My cup is overflowing.

  4. Joseph D'Hippolito

    “One wonders what other modern Pope might have deserved to have his corpse thrown into the river after his execution for manifest heresy.”
    I nominate “Saint” JPII “the Great (Fraud).” He wasn’t executed, but he deserved to be for what he did to Catholicism.

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