Excerpts from the pope's statements, from an English translation of the 4,500-word interview, published Oct. 1 in the Rome daily La Republica, with Eugenio Scalfari, a co-founder and former editor-in-chief of the newspaper:Pope Francis to La Republica: "The real trouble is that those most affected by this (narcissism) - which is actually a kind of mental disorder - are people who have a lot of power. Often bosses are narcissists...Heads of the Church (popes) have often been narcissists...” (end quote)
This is a remarkable admission and as far as we are concerned, all too true, in light of the popes of usury and the occult who have ruled since the Renaissance. How has this narcissism affected their "infallible, ex cathedra" pronouncements? It seems that the very notion that a human being cannot err in matters of dogma would engorge that person's narcissism, which is really another word for the deadly sin of pride.
La Republica: "Your Holiness, you wrote that in your letter to me. The conscience is autonomous, you said, and everyone must obey his conscience. I think that's one of the most courageous steps taken by a Pope."
Pope Francis: "And I repeat it here. Everyone has his own idea of good and evil and must choose to follow the good and fight evil as he conceives them. That would be enough to make the world a better place.” (end quote)
A few years ago here in Idaho we had a child molesting killer from the midwest who hammered to death the mother of two children and then kidnapped the children. He tortured them both and killed the little boy. He was apprehended at a Denny's restaurant before he could kill the deceased boy's sister. Before he was captured, this killer had operated a blog, "The Fifth Nail," in which he saw himself as an aggrieved nobleman who was following his conscience.
Many abortionists, when they destroy a seven-month-old baby in the third trimester of a pregnancy, believe they are dutifully following their conscience in defying the protests and threats of "right wing crazies," so as to afford women “the right” of abortion on demand.
Yes, Pope Francis is a darling of the world’s media and of the world itself. And the counter-cultural aspects of his papacy -- a slight reform of the Vatican Bank, and his spartan lifestyle -- are welcome. But much of the rest of his public pronouncements are pablum and some of his liberal image is false: he has suppressed the Tridentine Mass among a Franciscan order. This move smacks of the old style Vatican repression, but the media don’t remark upon it.
We might want to recall Christ’s words -- that if we obey Him we will be despised by the world. Francis might wish to compare his high standing in the polls with the cautionary words of Jesus. Christianity is inherently counter-cultural and by this we mean in defense of the most vulnerable, unborn children in the womb. I’m for austere living and humility, but let’s be sure it is not of the Uriah Heep variety. And let us not mistake the pop bromides of modernity that tickle our ears and comfort us in our sinning, for the teaching of the New Testament which, when openly articulated, the world seldom applauds.
Tragically, the theology of Pope Francis is depraved. He makes infantile statements about conscience and gives a blank check without qualification. This establishes a catastrophic moral standard in a post-modern, apocalyptic age beset by usurers and killers who often do their wicked work self-righteously. In our time, when conscience is so poorly formed or so badly warped as to serve as little more than a self-aggrandizing support for the sins and crimes of psychopaths and God-haters, the teaching of Pope Francis is from hell itself.
"Those who are at present so eager to be reconciled with the world at any price must take care not to be reconciled with it under this particular aspect: as the nest of the Unspeakable."
 “The Unspeakable” - an evil whose depth and deceit go beyond the capacity of words to describe it.
For further research:
Revisionist History Newsletter no. 58:"Tracking The Occult Infiltration Of The Roman Catholic Church From The Renaissance To The Present”
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