Cardinal Sarah Pulls A Burke

Once again, we have to endure the spectacle of a Cardinal professing allegiance to the very man at the root of the present scandal and confusion, ” pulling a Burke” and trying to be Catholic whilst professing great loyalty and vicinity to Pachamama Pope.

Cardinal Sarah’s so vociferous protestations of allegiance to Francis is the perfect picture explaining why we are where we are: because the heretics wreaks havoc, whilst the Cardinals profess allegiance to them.

Like Burke before him, Sarah seem to believe that there is something in Francis’ water, or in the air around him. This something creates strange and inconvenient situations; for which, however, Francis is never to blame. There must really must be something wrong in the pizza over there.

Nor is this limited to Cardinals.

All the Benedict fanboys over there, living in a dream in which the old man is kept “prisoner”, do not behave much differently. The obvious complicity of Benedict with Francis, minus one or two meowing promptly downplayed when it becomes clear that they displease Pachamama Boy, must be due to every possible evil influence, but Benedict himself; a man who communicates who knows how many times with cardinals and publishers but is now, mysteriously, evidently kept prisoner, like a horribly wrinkly Rapunzel, by some evil archbishop or other.

I have abandoned hope that the solution will come from men. There is just not enough of those among bishops and cardinals. The solution, when it comes, will come out of Divine Intervention, with the powerful intercession of the Blessed Virgin.

It seems clear to me that God is showing us that the Vatican II movement is a betrayal of God and His Church, and that He is putting in front of our eyes, with a just but terrible majesty, what happens when we betray.

One day, I am persuaded that the generations of the newly found sanity will not see a picture of heresy in Francis, but a movie of rebellion beginning with John XXIII and going through all the other Popes, until the unavoidable consequence of Francis III, or Francis IV, or whoever he will be, until God puts an end to this madhouse.

I am curious to see how Cardinal Sarah wants to put an end to abominations, when he himself is at pain to remain in the graces of Pope Abominable. Nor will it be of any use, then he will be set aside like, say, Müller before him.

Francis does not tolerate any “loyal opposition “. No leftist evil man ever does.

Cardinal Sarah has pulled a Burke, and I am ashamed of the clergy that God has allotted to us in this shameful times; clergy, mind my words, who are the direct consequence of the rebellion most people in the pews have gladly supported.

We keep hoping, and praying. We will die without seeing a solution on this earth. But we don’t need to. The day of our death will mark the end of confusion, and the entry in a world of perfect mercy and perfect justice.

This mess might go on for who knows how many decades yet. But we, we must only stay strong and keep being faithful for the time allotted to us. Seen in this way, it is easier to see the way forward: fidelity to our last breath, no matter how many evil Popes succeed Pachamama Guy.

Posted on February 10, 2020, in Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.

  1. Sarah is another example of not having the courage of your convictions. But perhaps it’s even worse: lack of faith and blindness to the truth.

  2. Oakes I am right with you on this. I try not to say much about this, because I know a lot of people are feeling like getting out on the ledge. I’m rather pragmatic about things, so I don’t tend to fall apart over disappointment, even in our 2000 year old church, but some do.
    None of these men have lived up to their vocation. Only Vigano can be said to have done what was perhaps risky to himself, and he has remained hidden, but lobbing in scud missiles from somewhere, thanks be to God. All of our “conservative” Cardinals, an utter disappointment. I find their books to be an insult, and am annoyed with myself I ever even considered buying one. What have these men to teach us? They would not defend Christ, nor the church, nor the flock, preferring not to rock the boat with Bergoglio. It is not Catholic, it is not even merely appeasing, it is nauseating capitulation to apostasy and a complete abandonment of Christ and the church. The sheepdogs romp and play with the wolf, they don’t so much as give the wolf a stern look, they romp and play and tell him he is doing a wonderful job disturbing the sheep and causing them to be lost or scattered!
    That is NOT love. We have almost as little use for these “conservative” men as we do the blatant apostates, and that is most of them.

  3. What if Francis made a threat to Cardinal Sarah? A threat which terrifies him … such as some kind of accident to his people in Africa ? F has the political pull to do this, and he has the evil in his heart to go through with it, as is evident to all of good heart. Cardinal Sarah was blest to get the book published at all without have a sudden heart attack before it was ready. Now … many people will read the book and benefit … despite all ….

  4. TheRaised Eyebrow

    Any Roman Catholic with a functioning cerebral cortex knows we have already passed the point where the intervention of Our Lady is the only thing that will destroy the modernist sodomite cabal occupying the Vatican.

  5. They are all company men, ambitious and clever. They don’t want to be fired by their CEO. They know that he tolerates a certain amount of dissent, but that they’ll be gone if they even question Vatican II. Not that they would ever question VII. They are men of VII, the conciliar church that is the result of the heresies in the VII documents. I pray for Cardinal Sarah. I even send him a Christmas card every year, reminding him of his duty to the flock. I don’t expect to see Vatican II condemned in my lifetime (I’m 58) but then, God doesn’t owe me the pleasure of seeing the conciliar church get blasted into pieces.

  6. Well said, Mundabor!
    It’s the ordinary Catholics that keep the Faith regardless of the “experts” and academics with their polemics that the Great Mother of all appealed to as the suffering members of the Mystical Body of Her Son.

  7. “I wish it need not have happened in my time,” said Frodo.
    “So do I,” said Gandalf, “and so do all who live to see such times. But that is not for them to decide. All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us.”

    ― J.R.R. Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring

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