Who was and is behind the Dictator who is Pope?

Who was and is behind the Dictator who is Pope?

There is anticipation about the ebook that is taking Italy by storm, Il Papa Dittatore, to be published in English on Monday through Kindle. OnePeterFive has an advance copy and excerpts. This is one that many will have already read:
In late 2013, the archbishop of Westminster gave an interview to the Catholic Herald in which he admitted not only to campaigning at the Conclave, but to gaining Bergoglio’s assent to be their man. The article by Miguel Cullen in the September 12, 2013 edition of the Herald says, “The cardinal also disclosed that he had spoken to the future Pope as they left the Missa pro-Eligendo Romano Pontifice, the final Mass before the conclave began on March 12.”
Murphy O’Connor said, “We talked a little bit. I told him he had my prayers and said, in Italian: ‘Be careful.’ I was hinting, and he realised and said: “Si – capisco” – yes, I understand. He was calm. He was aware that he was probably going to be a candidate going in. Did I know he was going to be Pope? No. There were other good candidates. But I knew he would be one of the leading ones.’” The admonition to Bergoglio to “be careful” certainly seems to imply that Murphy O’Connor – and Bergoglio – knew he was at least bending the rules.This is supported again in the same article in the Herald where Murphy O’Connor is quoted saying, “All the cardinals had a meeting with him in the Hall of Benedictions, two days after his election. We all went up one by one. He greeted me very warmly. He said something like: ‘It’s your fault. What have you done to me?’”In an interview with the Independent after the Conclave, Murphy O’Connor also hinted there was a particular programme laid before the 76 year-old Argentinian, that he was expected to accomplish in about four years. The English cardinal told journalist[3] and author Paul Vallely, “Four years of Bergoglio would be enough to change things.” A fair enough comment after the fact, but this was the same phrase recorded by Andrea Tornielli in La Stampa in an article dated March 2, 2013, eleven days before Bergoglio’s election: “Four years of Bergoglio would be enough to change things,’ whispers a cardinal and long-time friend of the archbishop of Buenos Aires.”

Bergoglio knew. In his caution to Nicholls, “be careful” and Nicholls’ “Si – capisco,” they both acknowledge the conspiracy to elect Bergoglio as Bishop of Rome and they, at least in theory, may have already excommunicated themselves according to the Law in force by John Paul II.

I repeat below my blog post giving more damning evidence of a conspiracy to elect Bergoglio and undertake a great change in the Church. Change that is not of God, but of man. Evil. Vile, Despicable. Heretical.

It is of the Antichrist.

Thursday, 28 April 2016

Who was Cardinal McCarrick’s friend and what was the role of Freemasonry in the election of Jorge Bergoglio?

Theodore Cardinal McCarrick  [aka “Uncle Teddy” to his seminarian “nephews” and other fair-haired male travelling companions] , former Archbishop of Washington during a talk at Villanova University gave the following recollection of a conversation with an “influential” Roman during the period before the Conclave which elected Jorge Bergoglio as Bishop of Rome.

18:20 Just before we went into the general conversations when everybody can talk, a very interesting and influential Italian gentleman came to ask if he could come and see me, so I said “sure.”

He came to see me at the Seminary, at the American College where I was staying; and we sat down. He is a very brilliant man, a very influential man in Rome and we talked about a number of things. He had a favour to ask me when I get back to the United States, but then he asked,

What about Bergoglio?”

I was surprised at the question, I said, “what about him.”

He said, “Does he have a chance?”

I said, “I don’t think so, because no one has mentioned his name, he hasn’t been in anybody’s mind, I don’t think it’s on anybody’s mind to vote for him.”

He said, “He could do it you know.”

I said, “What could he do?”

He said, “He could reform the Church, if we gave him five years, he could put us back on target. “

“Well, he’s 76.”

“Yeah, in five years, if he had five years. The Lord working through Bergoglio in five years could make the Church over again.”

I said, “That’s an interesting thing.”

“I know you’re his friend.”

“Well, I hope I’m his friend.”

He said, “Talk him up.

That was the first that I heard from people that Bergoglio would be a possibility in this election.


I hope that the new, that the one who is elected Pope, will be someone who, if he is not himself a Latin American, would at least have a very strong interest in Latin America”. “Was that part of it? Who knows?  What is it my friend said? “Push Bergoglio”?  Did he say it to a lot of people? I don’t know.”

Consider this then.

Gustavo Raffi, Grand Master of the Grand Orient of Italy

With the election of Pope Francis nothing will ever be the same again. With Pope Francis, nothing will be more as it was before. It is a clear choice of fraternity for a Church of dialogue, which is not contaminated by the logic and temptations of temporal power”

“A man of the poor far away from the Curia. Fraternity and the desire to dialogue were his first concrete words. Perhaps nothing in the Church will be as it was before. Our hope is that the pontificate of Francis, the Pope who ‘comes from the end of the world’ can mark the return to the Church-Word instead of the Church-Institution, promoting an open dialogue with the contemporary world, with believers and non-believers, following the springtime of Vatican II.”

“The Jesuit who is close to the least ones of history,” Raffi continues, “has the great opportunity to show the world the face of a Church that must recover the announcement of a new humanity, not the weight of an institution that closes itself off in defense of its own privileges. Bergoglio knows real life and will remember the lesson of one of his favorite theologians, Romano Guardini, for whom the truth of love cannot be stopped.

“The simple cross he wore on his white cassock,” concludes the Grand Master of Palazzo Giustiniani, “lets us hope that a Church of the people will re-discover its capacity to dialogue with all men of good will and with Freemasonry, which, as the experience of Latin America teaches us, works for the good and progress of humanity, as shown by Bolivar, Allende and José Martí, to name only a few. This is the ‘white smoke’ that we expect from the Church of our times.”

Pope Francis on “dialogue” [as nauseam]

Dialogue, dialogue, dialogue!” This, he said, is the only way for individuals, families and societies to grow. He said fraternal relations between people and cooperation in building a more just society are not some vague utopia but the fruit of a concerted effort on the part of all, in service of the common good.



Pope to U.S. bishops: be shepherds in unity and dialogue



Pope at Mass: Those who do not dialogue disobey God



Pope’s general prayer intention for November is for dialogue



Pope  Francis calls for solidarity and dialogue



Pope Francis Congressional Address: A Dialogue with Four Faces of America (13 times)



Pope Francis to Japanese students: ‘Dialogue is what brings peace’


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