Yesterday, after the so-called “Eucharistic Concelebration” that concluded the Vatican meeting on clerical sexual abuse, “Francis” delivered an address to attendees that, to the surprise of no one, was long on obfuscation and short on substance.
Let’s take a look, starting with paragraph two, which comes after a boilerplate greeting.
Our work has made us realize once again that the gravity of the scourge of the sexual abuse of minors is, and historically has been, a widespread phenomenon in all cultures and societies. Only in relatively recent times has it become the subject of systematic research, thanks to changes in public opinion regarding a problem that was previously considered taboo; everyone knew of its presence yet no one spoke of it.
This is nothing more than a pathetic attempt to excuse all of the homo-shuffling, silencing and covering-up that has taken place. No, there is no new realization, much less any changes in public opinion. Bergoglio and his kind have long realized what has been happening, and we, the faithful, have long been incensed about it.
Bergoglio is correct in saying, however, that “everyone knew of its presence [the homosexual abuse of minors in the Church] yet no one spoke of it,” provided he is speaking of himself and other members-in-good-standing of the homosexual network in the Vatican and beyond. That said, some persons did speak of it, decades ago at that, and yet no one listened; including Jorge.
I am reminded too of the cruel religious practice, once widespread in certain cultures, of sacrificing human beings – frequently children – in pagan rites.
He may be reminded of human sacrifice, but clearly he is unmoved. How else can one explain his silence in the face of self-identified Catholic politicians pressing for the slaughter of, not just full term, but newborn babies – the “religious practice” of the left?
And yet, he needs no prompting to decry public policy initiatives aimed at securing a sovereign nation’s border?
This man is a patent fraud in a white costume, an embarrassment, and ultimately, an apostate; a non-Catholic. Everyone with an ounce of Catholic sense can see this, but few have the wherewithal to acknowledge it.
Yet even today, the statistics available on the sexual abuse of minors drawn up by various national and international organizations and agencies (the WHO, UNICEF, INTERPOL, EUROPOL and others) do not represent the real extent of the phenomenon, which is often underestimated, mainly because many cases of the sexual abuse of minors go unreported, particularly the great number committed within families.
Note the sources he cites; as if these organizations deserve the Church’s esteem. In any case, this is more slickery designed to obscure two facts: 1) the problem at hand has nothing to do with sexual abuse in the culture at large, but rather in the Church, and 2) it is very specifically about homosexual abuse.
Rarely, in fact, do victims speak out and seek help. Behind this reluctance there can be shame, confusion, fear of reprisal, various forms of guilt, distrust of institutions, forms of cultural and social conditioning, but also lack of information about services and facilities that can help.
More shameless slickery; a subtle attempt to blame the victims for failing to speak out. It’s also a lie.
Anguish tragically leads to bitterness, even suicide, or at times to seek revenge by doing the same thing. The one thing certain is that millions of children in the world are victims of exploitation and of sexual abuse.
In this, he is once again attempting to deflect attention away from the homo-predators in the Church and their protectors.
He went on to dedicate more than 10% of his address (over 500 words) to citing all sorts of statistics in order to demonstrate how prevalent the problem of child sexual abuse is worldwide. Only then did he finally get around to the problem these meetings were ostensibly called to address, but even then, in a backhanded way.
The brutality of this worldwide phenomenon becomes all the more grave and scandalous in the Church, for it is utterly incompatible with her moral authority and ethical credibility.
Do you see what he is doing? This is the put-it-all-together line: The scandal in the Church must be viewed as part of a worldwide phenomenon. Why? It is a wall behind which men like himself can hide – prelates who have been pleased to turn a blind eye to this evil in exchange for furthering an even more dangerous agenda – the effective destruction of Catholicism in furtherance of the One-World religion.
He goes on:
Consecrated persons, chosen by God to guide souls to salvation, let themselves be dominated by their human frailty or sickness and thus become tools of Satan. In abuse, we see the hand of the evil that does not spare even the innocence of children. No explanations suffice for these abuses involving children.
This Bergoglian Devil shtick is getting so worn out! Jorge the showman loves tossing out Satan’s name! He also included a full dozen references to “evil” in his address, and this for one reason and one reason alone – in the hopes of giving conservatives enough red meat to avert their gaze from the real problem; namely, that he and his ilk are – in an obvious, objective sense – servants of the Evil One!
Also, one notes Bergoglio’s numerous references to “children” throughout the text. This is yet another attempt to obscure the reality of the problem, which overwhelmingly concerns the homosexual molestation of post-pubescent, adolescent males.
We need to recognize with humility and courage that we stand face to face with the mystery of evil, which strikes most violently against the most vulnerable, for they are an image of Jesus.
Oh, yes, this sounds so very Catholic, but do not be fooled. This problem – the homo-clerical scandal – is no mystery, folks. It is as black and white as a skunk’s ass, and just as putrid.
For this reason, the Church has now become increasingly aware of the need not only to curb the gravest cases of abuse by disciplinary measures and civil and canonical processes, but also to decisively confront the phenomenon both inside and outside the Church. She feels called to combat this evil that strikes at the very heart of her mission, which is to preach the Gospel to the little ones and to protect them from ravenous wolves.
The hubris of this guy! She feels called to combat this evil both inside and outside the Church.
Does this buffoon not realize that the Church of Vatican II over which he presides has no credibility whatsoever in this field? None. Zero. Zilch.
How about just focusing on cleaning up your own house, Jorge. You might start by ending your silence on Archbishop Viganò’s testimony and clearing the air about your own knowledge of Mr. McCarrick’s escapades before you heaped esteem upon the man; turning him into your special ambassador.
I am going to end this exercise here even though Jorge the Loquacious rambled on for another 4,000 words. I am so filled with utter disgust for this shameless little man and everything that he stands for that I think it best to call it quits now rather than succumb to flat out rage.
Last word, maybe this will help you decide whether or not to read the rest of the text yourself: Bergoglio eventually went on to list eight “aspects” that the “Church” will consider “in developing her legislation” with respect to clerical sexual abuse.
Item number 2 on that list is “Impeccable Seriousness.”
This is enough to make Blaze Cupich’s call for “Radical Listening” seem reasonable.
Folks, while the stories may change from day to day, the bottom line remains the same:
Jorge Bergogilo is not Catholic. His words and his deeds make it perfectly plain that he has placed himself outside of the Body of Christ. The likes of Raymond “Banquet Bishop” Burke are obviously not going to do their duty by issuing a public declaration to that effect for the good of those who cannot see this truth for themselves.
While none of us can call a conclave, we can warn everyone who will listen. As for those who will throw rocks at us for doing so? The hour is late. Let ’em have it.
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