Vatican II and the Corrupt Papacy
of Francis: Extinguishing the Light of 2000 Years
does it take?
Why do so few dare
utter the obvious — the indisputable realization
that Francis is recreant: certainly an heretic, and very likely
an apostate — that his foremost agenda is nothing less than
destroying the Catholic Church as it had been known and recognized
for 2000 years prior to not just to his own papacy, but to Vatican
II — of which he is preeminently the pathological product — and
the most vociferous advocate?
Few — critics and supporters alike — understand his agendum as
everything he says and does, people insist that he is doing
something other, something less — even when he himself states
“The Second Vatican Council, the 1962-65
meetings that brought the church into the modern world,
had promised such an opening to people of other
faiths and non-believers, but ... the
church hadn’t made progress since then” and that
in light of his predecessors’ failure to deliver on
the factitious Ecumenism promised...
“I have the
to do so”.
this is an oxymoron apparently escapes Francis — never a student
or adherent of logic — more than emphasizes Francis’s limitation
to prosaic rhetoric. The tone — to say nothing of the intention
— is absolutely clear: rapprochement with “the world”
and pantheistic ecumenism that extends no less to the heretic
Luther than to American aboriginal tribes: all worship the same
god: Gitche Manitou no less than Allah — for each is
a merely a cultural iteration of the one same divinity that
all equally serve and worship ... even while Gitche
Manitou deems Catholicism demonic and Allah continues to
reap with the sword, holding Catholics to be idolaters. Quite
a unilateral ecumenical feat … Francis smiles, offers a few
grains of incense and a Pantheon of gods is established despite
the incessant internecine war — to say nothing of the logical
Beyond Plausible Deniability
can deny it? Indeed, how many approve of it — especially
in the episcopacy — and encourage it, both inside Holy
Mother Church and, of course, outside Her. They clamor for the
world, its perversity, its immorality, its freedom from any
inhibitions, prohibitions, and all restrictions — that is to
say, anything normative and proscriptive. In other words,
they aspire to perfect freedom and latitude in all things
— an aspiration that eo ipso precludes God. It is a matter
far beyond recourse to any credible notion of plausible deniability,
for the clarity of disaffection is striking, manifest, and unmistakable.
The Grayscale, and Moral Saturation
It is a
world where nothing is intrinsically and indefeasibly good and nothing
intrinsically and indefeasibly evil. It is, as Francis describes
the moral terrain, fundamentally grayscale: it does not attain to
either black or white but merely fluctuates in saturation without
moral absolutes. It is essentially a sliding gamma scale whose
slider can move in one direction only: to ever diminishing saturation
that eventually culminates in the absence of distinction and discernability
altogether — at which point we can make no pronouncement because
there is nothing to pronounce. It is the impetus to moral relativity,
and eventually to moral collapse. Nihil bonum et nihil malum
Logically, of course, this precludes any coherent conception of
God — a Being Who has decided demands, determinate laws, an invincible
propensity for ONLY what is good and an absolute and unequivocal
demand for it. The two … let us say “propensities” … therefore,
are incompatible and irreconcilable. It is called the Law of Non-Contradiction
in Logic. One cannot have something and at one and the same time
the negation of it. One cannot have God and turpitude, good that
is concurrently evil. Of course the two exist — but as contrarieties,
not as moral and metaphysical equivalents.
of providing a breastwork against this doctrine that is alien to
Catholicism, Francis urges it further, and the further it is prompted
the more inconsistent it becomes, the less recognizable as something
distinct from a thousand other “iterations” of “Christianity” equally
claiming plausibility upon the most tenuous and most often absurd
credentials. The corrupt papacy of Francis, coupled with — and
as a result of — the horrific consequences of Vatican II has
made the new “Church of Accompaniment in Sin and a God of Surprises”
a simulacrum and nothing more: a poorly contrived counterfeit at
Expunging 2000 Years … in 5
a Mess”, Francis “devilishly” proclaimed. He has succeeded beyond
any pathological fiction he could have possibly conjured:
short five years he has either contorted, disfigured or dismantled
the Catholic Church purchased with the Blood of Christ and sealed
with the blood of the Martyrs. He has brought the Catholic Church
of over 2000 years to unimaginable turpitude and inconceivable scandal.
It is barely recognizable as Catholic in any sense that
corresponds to an ecclesiastical identity manifest in the two millenia
before the breach that occurred with the Second Vatican Council.
No longer steeped in holiness (and with a pronounced and growing
aversion to it) — but in perversion and perversity of
the most execrable kind, it is the consummation of homosexual
inbreeding among cardinals, bishops, priests, and very likely
even a pope. Homosexual predators ordained homosexual priests
and barred men who were not homosexual. These predator priests
became homosexual predator bishops, who in turn nominated other
bishops, who then became homosexual criminal cardinals. Every “boy”
took care of and covered, his “boy” until the possession was nearly
complete. It took nearly 60 years of unremitting and totally dedicated
work by the Pink Collar Club — but it brought the Church to Her
knees and perhaps the brink of schism.
POSSESSION of the most Demonic Kind
short of a total exorcism of this filth from the seminaries, parishes,
chanceries, and monasteries will suffice. Collars must be torn off.
Bishops and Cardinals must be laicized and evicted in laymen’s clothing
to the curbs of their luxurious offices and remanded to state authorities
for investigation. “The Church of Accompaniment” is in too
much complicity to entrust it with this absolutely necessary fumigation.
Face it and own up to it, whether you are a cardinal, bishop,
priest, friar, monk, sister, nun — and especially a lay person.
You trusted to a fault and despite your own deep and justifiable
misgivings that would not go away … looked the other way instead.
The fault is yours. And it is mine.
We did not have the courage
to question and demand answers when our children, our young men,
fell victim to this widespread and indescribably horrible predation
in the holiest of places. We wanted to believe otherwise.
And so we did.
We got Francis because
Francis — an uncouth, vulgar, vindictive, and mentally incompetent
man who was “nominated” through a conspiratorial tour de force
into the seat of Peter by men (members of the notorious St. Gallen
Group, a.k.a. the self-proclaimed “St.
Gallen Mafia” ) unworthy of their collars and birettas, men
who conspired to make a simpleton a king — and when the simpleton
turned vicious and unpredictable, they too became too fearful to
contradict him. They had too much to lose.
And so do we. Even the little we have left will be taken away.
Please God that we can recover a remnant, a mere thread of the beautiful
holiness that was the Church before the Second Vatican Council —
and the papacy of Francis — the man who may have already overthrown
the Catholic Church of 2000 years in a mere five.
Despite him and despite us, Holy Mother Church will endure and prevail.
It may take years … perhaps centuries. But Christ Himself promised
us no less.
“Caelum et terra transibunt, verba autem Mea
non praeteribunt.” (St. Matthew 24.35)
2 Nothing is good and nothing is bad.
Geoffrey K. Mondello
Boston Catholic Journal
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