Article by Leo Zagami
As the upcoming Synod of Bishops on the Amazon is getting closer, the gathering is shaping up to be one of the most controversial initiatives the Pope has put together since the 2014-2015 Synod of Bishops on the Family. Francis’s allies have praised the initiative as a heroic effort to give voice to marginalized indigenous communities in the region and to shed light on environmental abuse and protection in a region housing the largest collection of biodiversity on the planet but we all know this is a political statement, not a religious one.
Controversy within the Catholic Church regarding the Instrumentum Laboris, the working document for the gathering, is growing. Among the most vocal critics is Cdl. Walter Brandmüller, one of the two remaining dubia cardinals. In a scathing essay, Brandmüller labeled the document heretical and apostasy and further asserted it replaces true Catholic faith with the “noble savage,”pantheism espoused by the 1700s Enlightenment-era philosopher and Freemason Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Interestingly enough, The Five Star online voting platform that recently broke Italy’s coalition deal returning the Italian Democrats to a new Jesuit inspired coalition, was named after Rousseau. It is supposed to empower ordinary citizens and guarantee transparency, but critics have condemned it for a long time as secretive and vulnerable to cyber-attacks and manipulation games by the Five Star leadership. While Five Star sees itself as neither right- nor left-wing, much of the party’s base is left-leaning with Marxist sympathies, just like Pope Francis.
Julio Loredo, president of the Italian branch of Tradition, Family, and Property, and author of a book highly critical of liberation theology that attempts to reconcile the economic and social views of Karl Marx with Catholicism recently described the upcoming synod as “a whole revamping of the Church from an ‘Amazonian’ point of view, which is nothing else than the culmination of liberation theology.”Liberation theology took root in South American countries in the 1970s. Proponents such as Brazilian theologian Leonardo Boff often came under scrutiny and disciplinary measures by the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, led at that time by Cdl. Joseph Ratzinger, who later was elected Pope Benedict XVI. Boff, on the other hand, was laicized. Of course things have changed and Boff will probably have become a Cardinal under the heretical False Prophet Pope Francis.
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