A Very Interesting Analysis of FrankenPope’s Personality

A Very Interesting Analysis of FrankenPope’s Personality

Moderate Voices Are Not Welcome in FrankenPope’s Vatican

Gloria.TV News – M
Sandro Magister published interesting remarks of an unnamed Italian reader which went largely unobserved. The reader points out that in his recent autobiographical remarks when talking in February to Roman diocesan priests, Francis described the period in which he was a superior as an “age of omnipotence”. The reader comments, “This reveals an affective approach to power that turns out to be problematic, to say the least.” On the contrary, the periods of his life that Francis calls “dark” are in practice those in which he had no position of power.


“Surface Charisma Proper to Unstable Personalities”

Another unnamed reader wrote to Magister that Bergoglio must be deciphered from a psychological rather than a theological point of view. Quote, “I am convinced that part of his secret lies in his family of origin, of which, on balance, we know very little and about which he himself says little and in an evasive manner.” The reader believes that Bergoglio has a strong, charismatic personality with that surface charisma proper to unstable personalities.

Bergoglio and Maciel

The reader compares Bergoglio with Marcial Maciel, the disgraced founder of the Legionaries of Christ. Quote, “Both are, were allergic to going deeper, to intellectual work. Both are, were masters of the art of dissimulation and with a special intuition in grasping the vulnerable points of interlocutors and bending them to themselves. Both with a mental energy out of the ordinary. Both implacable and vindictive towards the enemies, when these are weaker than they.”

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