Article by Leo Zagami
With the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI, I felt that the Church was now entering into a dark period, which moved me to entitle my first book in English, Pope Francis: The Last Pope? Today, a new 11-page testament, written and made public by Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, a 77 year old former apostolic nuncio to the United States between 2011 to 2016, confirmed my worst fears regarding this Pope, who is in Ireland for the last day of The World Meeting of Families. This first visit by a pope to Ireland in nearly 40 years, has been overshadowed by sexual abuse allegations plaguing the Catholic Church, the final straw that could lead the Pope to resign.
The declarations of Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò could shake the very foundations of this controversial papacy, because they reveal that Bergoglio knew about the terrible sex abuse crimes perpetrated by Cardinal Theodore McCarrick since his election in 2013, but he conveniently chose to do nothing to stop this monster. Cardinal McCarrick became Bergoglio’s privileged counsel, regarding the appointment of future bishops and cardinals in the present American Church, demonstrating, once again, the immense power of the pedophile lobby in the US Catholic Church.
Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò warned Pope Francis of the previous sanctions imposed to the then-Cardinal McCarrick by Pope Benedict XVI, but the Jesuit Pope chose to repeal them. Benedict’s measures came in fact, after Archbishop Viganò’s predecessors at the nunciature — Archbishops Gabriel Montalvo and Pietro Sambi — had clearly informed the Holy See of Archbishop McCarrick’s “gravely immoral behavior with seminarians and priests.” Archbishop Viganò, who said his “conscience dictates” that the truth be known as “the corruption has reached the very top of the Church’s hierarchy,” ended his testimony by calling on Pope Francis and all of those implicated in the cover-up of Archbishop McCarrick’s abuse, to resign. For the first time, an Archbishop, a prominent personality of the Church, is openly asking Pope Francis to resign because of his wrongdoings.
It is now clear that the reigning Pontiff must leave the throne of Saint Peter for openly supporting and covering-up, for the last five years, this now ex-cardinal, guilty of sexually abusing dozens of seminarians and young priests. If the original intention of the Jesuits was to reform the church after blackmailing the previous Pope into resigning, they have definitely failed in their mission, and are now facing a much larger crisis.
Maeve Lewis, chief of One in Four, a Dublin-based group that helps abused people, recently stated to the Financial Times that the opening of church records in Rome to investigators was critical.“Survivors are tired of meaningless apologies and expressions of solidarity that do not involve a clear call to action.”
Remember the Vatican helds a “vast archive of substantiated allegations” from world dioceses because every disclosure to a cardinal or bishop of child sexual abuse must be notified to Rome but they are still refusing to make it public as the cover up continues at highest levels of the Catholic Church.
Maeve Lewis also told the Financial Times that “If the Vatican were to release that documentation to the relevant authorities in each country that would, first of all, be a huge child protection measure and it would also facilitate the criminal prosecution of priests who sexually abuse children.”
The problem is that the Church doesn’t really care about “child protection” but only about their own interest and the current mess was ignored, or at times directly covered-up by Pope Francis and his predecessors, so good luck with changing anything from the top, as the fish rots from the head down.
Leo Zagami is a regular contributor to Infowars and the author of the new book Confessions of an Illuminati Volume 5: The Decline of the West and the Rise of Satanism in our Society
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