One Again, Pachamama Francis Piddles Outside Of The Potty

Alas, Francis had failed once again…


Well, this really boggles the mind.

There is no doubt, because it is black on white, that Francis must take responsibility for the decision to shut down every church in Rome, made on Thursday. There can be no doubt that the “consultation” with the Evil Clown means that he himself, Pachamama Francis, is behind this.

Imagine a Pope who hates Christ and his Church so much that, after the Government orders the shutting down of Masses, piles on and order the closure of all churches altogether; because it is dangerous to pray near the Blessed Sacrament, you know…

Let me tell you what I think: I think that this horrible decision was taken by Francis thinking, and hoping, that all other dioceses in Italy would have followed his example, praising his foresight in the protection of the Italian people from the Coronavirus (or from Christ; one of the two). After which, he would have basked in the glory of being the Great Protector of the Italian People from that most dangerous of all places, the….  local church.

Well, it is already well-known that it did not pan out that way. Apparently, many Bishops reacted in the other way, and started pestering Rome asking what is wrong with Francis (Francis, of course…). After only one day, Francis backpedaled and, always the gentleman, indirectly tried to blame other people (no link, because evil site).

Can you believe this guy? He literally sabotages Catholicism every time he can, then accuses other people when he is exposed as the problem. 

Once again, Pachamama Francis piddles outside of the potty, and shows even to his very Aggiornamento-damaged Bishops what a dangerous embarrassment he is. But you see , dear Bishops: this is what happens when you keep supporting a man who never had an ounce of Catholicism in himself, and is very happy to let you know it every time he can.

That Francis could even think of supporting the measure tells to everybody with a brain that his fourteen neurons are a Catholicism-free space. To him, Christ is the problem, and churches are dangerous places. That many people would go to church and silently sit and pray (certainly, at safe distance from one another), finding solace in Christ’s vicinity in the Tabernacle, is something so foreign to his entirely secular mind that the decision to shut down everything (an unprecedented decision, not adopted even during the Black Plague) must have seemed entirely expedient and worthy of praise to him.

We need to get rid of this horrible, horrible guy. One would hope that more and more Bishops start to understand this, and start whispering among themselves of more drastic measures than phone calls behind the scene.

Or perhaps this is just wishful thinking, and Francis will keep piddling outside of the potty for the rest of his disgraceful life.






Posted on March 14, 2020, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. An example of extreme clericalism.

  2. Leo D. D. Lion

    The Potty Bishop was on St. Faustina’s radar back in 1936. And she suffered for it.

    Here’s how Our Lord’s Saint described that day in 1936…

    On December 17, 1936, St. Faustina, a mystic and whom is known for her role in establishing the devotion to the Divine Mercy, penned an entry into her diary which warrant close examination today.
    Her diary entry reads:

    “I have offered this day for priests. I have suffered more today than ever before, both interiorly and exteriorly. I did not know it was possible to suffer so much in one day. I tried to make a Holy Hour, in the course of which my spirit had a taste of the bitterness of the Garden of Gethsemane. I am fighting alone, supported by His arm, against all the difficulties that face me like unassailable walls. But I trust in the power of His name and I fear nothing.” — Diary of St. Faustina..

    St. Faustina on that day was making reparation for priests, an offering that brought upon her the worst suffering she had ever endured, and perhaps the worst she would ever endure.

    But too, on that bitter day of December 17, 1936, was born Jorge Mario Bergoglio, who would later reign as Pope Francis, the 266th pontiff of the Roman Catholic Church.

    Thank You St. Faustina.

  3. Joseph D'Hippolito

    Francis is not an outlier. He is the logical consequence of the hierarchy’s embrace of the secular materialist, globalist mindset at Vatican II, as illustrated by “Gaudium et Spes” and two encyclicals written years after the council, “Populorum Progressio” (Paul VI) and “Caritas in Veritate” (Benedict XVI).

  4. dihydrogendioxide

    Oh no, they’re too worried about lawsuits and tax exempt status here in the States. It just frustrates me to no end to see the complete loss of correct priorities and misplaced charity. Incredible. Infuriating. It’s bad enough that they don’t allow holy water in some dioceses. It’s bad that they won’t allow people to receive Communion on the tongue…but cancelling Mass in the state of West Virginia where there are no known cases just takes the cake.

  5. Churches of Rome were only closed one day, the day was the 7th anniversary of the pontificate of the evil clown.

  6. Cyriac, that is an interesting point. One thing about this time, signs and portents are everywhere, everywhere. Dates are meaningful. We know that Notre Dame went up in flames, Bergoglio broke the First Commandment on Vatican ground, and Catholics knew and said, “God will not be mocked”. And here is a plague, that has hit Rome hard.
    And being a materialist, and so averse to the dirty sheep he gleefully humiliated lines of poor faithful pilgrims who tried to venerate the papal ring, by yanking his hand forcefully (with a smile or sneer), leaving a cinematic image not to be forgotten, ever, that of a pope publicly embarrassing and hurting the poor people who tried to have their perhaps once in a lifetime experience with the pope. He’s nasty old sot, so over-brimming with vile even the Great Humble Actor can’t pull it off at all times. Satan always reveals himself.
    And as soon as pestilence shows up, within mere months of his public apostasy, rather than do what the church has always done when it carried supernatural belief and the power and mercy of Christ to heal and remove plagues, he rolls up the Vatican sidewalks and leaves the sheep entirely. He is only “making processions by himself” and opening churches because the optics were so bad he had to. Anybody Catholic who doesn’t realize this man is an utter imposter and at the very least has no supernatural protection but to many minds a black heart full of malice, well, if they would just pray for discernment and connect the obvious dots, even they should see the reality here. Certainly he should be removed, but then again, so should about 99% of the men he surrounds himself with, the Vaticanistas, a more smarmy, low-life bunch of tormenters and apostates would be hard to find under any amount of rocks.
    Lord we pray you clean Your House of these men, and provide men close to your heart who love you and love the church! Please end this plague soon, comfort the ill and frightened and take the souls of the dead to be with you in heaven, amen.

  7. And I might add, when he yanked his hand away from those pilgrims, he admitted it was due to “germs” or “hygiene”, I can’t remember which, but that was the idea.

  8. Dear Sir,
    I read your posts fairly regularly and thank you for your service to God. I only write because it would ease your readers’ fears if you posted daily, even a couple of lines. Then we know you are well. Mass has been suspended in my diocese; our family attends the FSSP Latin Mass. So prayer and the rosary remain our best weapons.
    God bless

    • Thank you, Sir.
      No reason to panic. Most people are, and will continue to be, very fine.
      Pray more. This is a healthy reaction to our times.

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