This is a very official video coming directly from the Vatican.
I do not even know where to start. Others will express the same criticism in a much better way; but I do not want to go to sleep without having my own battle cry posted.
Let us examine the minute-long videofart of the Evil Clown.
“Most of the planets’ inhabitants declare themselves believers”.
This is neither here nor there. What our religion demands that we do, is to do our best so that all the inhabitants of the planets declare themselves believers in the only true faith. Being a heathen is no distinction in any way, shape or form. Every village of cannibals is full of “believers”.
“This should lead to a dialogue among religion”
This should lead to this:
Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you
What does this ass Francis think: that Jesus did not know that most people on earth consider themselves “believers”? Is this a discovery that Francis has just made, or perhaps are we assisting now to a new development in world religion (see above, under “village of cannibals”)?
Jesus very well knew there are an awful lot of heathens around, and he demanded that we try to convert them, not to dialogue with them.
“We should not stop praying for it and collaborating with those who think differently”
Evil Clown clearly did not get the message of Christianity. Instead of praying (and acting) for the conversion of the heathens, he prays for the dialogue. Dialogue is his religion. No time for Christ.
“I believe etc”
In this orgy of Indifferentism (not spoken by Francis, but clearly endorsed by him) it is clearly implied that some are Buddhists, Jews, Muslims, and this is perfectly OK. The Muslim chap denying Christ and the Holy Ghost (and therefore the entire Trinity) is implied as a variation, a different flavour, of the Catholic “priest” coming immediately before him: Jesus Christ here, God there, hey, isn’t this pretty much the same? This is clearly satanic and the blasphemy is only covered by the thinnest of veils, because the Evil Clown does not speak himself; but the thinking behind it is clearly blasphemous, because if you think that being a Muslim is A-OK you are insulting Our Lord yourself. Francis endorses the thinking. Therefore, he endorses the blasphemy.
“Many think differently, feel differently; seeking God or meeting God in different ways”
Here the Evil Clown speaks himself, and what comes out of his mouth is purest crap.
That many think and feel differently (and note here the trite emotional appeal to how people “feel”) is exactly the problem. One Faith (the only one), one Church (the onely one), and one God (the only one) is exactly what a Pope should teach them, and what he refuses to do, actually publicly marrying the contrary position, that it is bad to do so.
“In this crowd, in this range [?] of religions, [of traditions], there is only one certainty we have for all: we are all children of God”
Er, no. Try this one:
I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.
God that is Truth has given us the Truth. God is the Truth, it is all the Truth, and it is the only Truth. The Only True Faith has all the Truth Francis, the heathens and everyone else will ever need. Christianity is Truth galore, it’s a bonanza of Truth of inestimable value. It is the wonderful gift God gave to us as He gave to us the gift of Himself. What kind of drunken unbeliever is he, who says that the only certainty he (together with the others) has for all is that “we are all children of God”? And he the Pope?
Has this man never been informed that he is supposed to believe everything that the Church believes and profess everything that the Church professes? What kind of Pope is this? This is a Dalai Lama in white, trying to spread some trite and very stupid kindergarten-level commonplace for the benefit of the multitude of idiots from which he wants to be applauded.
“I believe in love” (several times; extremely sanctimonious faces).
Well I beg to differ. Do you want to know in what I believe?
I believe in God, the Father Almighty, Creator of Heaven and earth;
and in Jesus Christ, His only Son Our Lord,
Who was conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary, suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, died, and was buried.
He descended into Hell; the third day He rose again from the dead;
He ascended into Heaven, and sitteth at the right hand of God, the Father almighty; from thence He shall come to judge the living and the dead.
I believe in the Holy Spirit, the holy Catholic Church, the communion of saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body and life everlasting.
How much any and all of those “I believe in lurv” people believe of the above? Can you see the problem here, Francis dear?
[Final papal crap: dialogue among religions, peace, lurv, and all that jazz].
Evil Clown ends with a purely secular appeal to peace ‘ n lurv, perfectly in tune with the secular world whose boots he is constantly licking. The religion of this man is not Christianity; it is an emotional mishmash of peace, love, brotherhood etc that does not need Christ in the least, and actually sees in Him an obstacle to the “understanding” among the “people”. Christ is the Prince of Peace. Peace comes from Christ. World peace comes and can only come from the world’s allegiance to Christ. No amount of “dialogue”, and no amount of purely secular activity, will ever achieve peace.
For the same reason, the obstacle to ecumenism is Christ. We can’t be ecumenical, because we are Christians. If we renounce to our mission we deny Christ and the values we are called to spread.
This man is evil through and through. He should be defrocked first, and then have his sorry ass (when he is not Pope anymore) kicked all the way to the airport that sends him back to some Argentinian slum, as a defrocked priest preaching socialism to the sodomites and the trannies.
What a shame. What an unspeakable disgrace. What effrontery. What blasphemy. What stupid populism.
Sign the remnant petition linked to here. Spread the word of the unspeakable Evil Clown whenever you reasonably can. Fight every day for the religion of our Fathers against the evil attacks of this minion of Satan.
The clergymen who still believe in God must act now to stop this evil man from having his way. It is obvious that he is continuously testing the boundaries of what he is allowed to do. It is time for Bishops and Cardinals who have some fear of the Lord to demand that this man starts behaving like a Pope or resigns already.
Another man who has been pretty much everywhere in the news since March is Mister Skorka, the pro-homo Rabbi who is the best buddy of our own Bishop of Rome.
Skorka clearly enjoys his popularity, because he can’t stay away from journalists. His friend shines, and he will have some of the limelight for himself. That’s another “modest” and “unassuming” man, then. Dio li fa e poi li accoppia, says the Italian (“God makes them, and then He puts them together”).
Every time Skorka talks to journalists, he stresses how un-Catholic Francis is. Thinking, poor deluded man, that in so doing he makes him a service, but in reality giving a disquieting portrait of the Bishop of Rome; the more so because coming from his infidel Best Male Friend – after the death of the adulterous concubine of a Bishop, the female role must probably go the Chaouqui woman -; this must be very alarming for every sound thinking Catholic.
The last interview I came across is here. It contains several pearls of stupidity, which let us think the man will soon be asked by his buddy Jorge to have the kindness to shut up, at least when journalists are around.
Let us see some of them:
When Francis was Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio, archbishop of Buenos Aires, he and Skorka co-wrote a book of dialogues on Judaism and Roman Catholicism titled, “On Heaven and Earth,” had a similarly themed TV show called “Bible, A Dialogue for Today,” and offered prayers from each other’s pulpits.
Fantastic. Not only the two wrote a book together meant to confuse Catholics, but even made a TV show for those with no intention of reading the book. To make it more confusing, they had the rabbi preaching from the pulpit, and the Archbishop from the Synagogue. This is pure Indifferentism. If this is evangelisation, I am a Rabbi. The real Rabbi is very proud. He can’t see the problem.
“There is overall a very deep respect for the other,” Skorka said. “His commitment with the Jewish people is total.”
I agree. His commitment with the Jewish people is total. His commitment to Jesus and to the conversion of Jews is, on the other hand, exactly zero. One can imagine Francis in Jesus’ time, “fully committed” to the Pharisees and expecting to be made an apostle (fat chance: there was Jesus around, not V II). I am sure he does not see the contradiction. Hey, he is “building bridges”. That man on the cross is so narrow-minded, with his message of universal conversion. He should not be so “obsessed” with conversion, eh? no? “Go ye therefore, and confuse all nations, making a TV show in the name of the Rabbi, the Archbishop and the Dialogue”.
More of this stuff:
Skorka said the pope is so comfortable with Jewish culture that as he vetted meals at the Vatican hotel to make sure the rabbi was given only kosher food, Francis joked he was the rabbi’s personal “mashgiach,” the Hebrew word for a supervisor in a restaurant or other business who oversees compliance with Jewish dietary laws.
Someone should tell Francis that Jewish dietary rules are not meant to keep the cholesterol level low, but are religious ones. If he helps Jews to follow them, he helps them to remain Jewish, and reinforces in them the opinion that this is right so.
I am OK. You are OK. Never mind Jesus.
The reference to the “mashgiach” is truly alarming: Skorka is saying that Francis is a real expert in kosher food. Not bad for one who doesn’t even know that atheists who die in their unbelief go to hell, and thinks individual conscience is the metre of right and wrong. If Francis should ever resign as Pope, “mashgiac” might be a good next step.
“When he speaks about evangelization, the idea is to evangelize Christians or Catholics,” to reach “higher dimensions of faith” and a deepened commitment to social justice, Skorka said. “This is the idea of evangelization that Bergoglio is stressing – not to evangelize Jews. This he told me, on several opportunities.”
More obscenities. Bergoglio makes clear to his circumcised friend that he has no intention whatever to convert him or any of his. Remember “Rehab”? Let’s refresh Francis’ words:
“Do you need to convince the other to become Catholic? No, no, no! Go out and meet him, he is your brother. This is enough. Go out and help him and Jesus will do the rest”.
Jesus can do everything, but Francis certainly doesn’t help him when a Rabbi (and, by extension, every non-Catholic) is encouraged not to convert by the very Pope. Actually, it is fair to say Francis positively and actively works against Jesus. At least if the word “evangelisation” is to have any sense; as in “lead people to believe in the One True Faith” rather than, as Francis clearly believes, “meet other people and let Jesus do the rest”.
Some people say with Francis more people are going to church. If it turned out to be true, methinks they do so safe in the certainty that no one will ask them to become Catholic.
Now let me see: how does the Catholic Encyclopedia describes religious indifferentism?
One has the impression the line was written just after reading the latest interview of Rabbi Skorka, or the “no, no, no!” exploit of the present Bishop of Rome.
It goes on.
A book has arrived. It is from… Hans Kueng!
One of the books had been sent and inscribed by the dissident theologian Hans Kung. “Both of us stood one very close to the other trying to read the German dedication,” Skorka said. “Something like, ‘You already did a lot, but the world expects from you to continue doing very important things.'”
You can picture the two, excited like two children on the morning of Christmas’ day (or should I say Hanukkah?) whilst unwrapping the gifts. “A book! Hans Kueng has sent us a book! What does the dedication say, Jorge? Eh? Eh?”. “He says I must continue to do very important things! Oh joyous day!”.
I’d have given them both a Baltimore catechism. But that one is the Pope, I’d have given it to both of them on the head first.
The rabbi said the pope is aware that some religious conservatives, inside and outside the church, are unsettled by his approach. Francis has said Catholic leaders have been driving people away by talking too much about divisive social issues such as abortion and same-sex marriage. The pope has dropped some of the more regal trappings of the papacy. He uses a Ford Focus instead of fancier cars in the Vatican fleet and wears only the most basic clothes.
Well if even he is aware, it means the noise is rather strong. Good. Note how the man considers the defence of life “divisive”, but finds so good that one uses a Ford Focus. A genius he ain’t, this one.
“He is receiving very, very harsh criticism from people who don’t like a pope without red shoes, and a pope who speaks to people in a very simple and direct language, and a pope who will transmit to people that he is close to them, that he in some way hugs them through jokes and through simple words and through simple expressions,” Skorka said. “The criticism he is suffering from is not new for him. He already had this kind of pressures and other kind of pressures during his serving as archbishop of Buenos Aires, so he knows exactly how to handle these pressures. He’s a very strong man and he will go ahead.”
Well, I must correct myself. Rabbi Skorka is a nincompoop. There is no other adjective for one that after seven months of heresies and assorted scandal, some of them just repeated by himself, thinks that “religious conservatives” have targeted Francis with “very harsh criticism” because of his lack of red shoes, or the like. This Skorka man may be a Jew, but if he opens his mouth he must know what he is talking about, or should keep it shut. He obviously doesn’t do either. To him, the fact that the Pope does not want to convert him is a good thing and makes of him a good Pope.
I think Skorka might be slightly confused. Perhaps what he wants to say is that Francis would be a good Rabbi.
Very fit on Jewish dietary rules. No intention of letting anyone defect to the followers of that narrow-minded Christ. Total commitment to the Jewish people.
Enjoy Francis, the Jesuit Pope.