Pope Benedict XVI was thrust from power by the World Economic Forum

by Br. Alexis Bugnolo

The Vice-Chairman of the Foundation Board of the World Economic Forum, and the honorary Chairman of the St. Gallen Foundation, Josef Ackerman, was in 2012 the CEO of DeutchBank, one of the entities intimately involved in pressuring the Vatican to get rid of Pope Benedict XVI.

That conspiracy was detailed in our previous report, from last year, on July 9, 2020, Entitled the St. Gallen Mafia and those snarky Vatican ATMs.

Ackerman was also uniquely privileged to be invited in 5 successive years to the Bilderberg Meetings, from 2010 to 2014.

You can read about Ackerman’s stellar Globalist friendly career here.

As a reward for his services, he was elected to the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Bank of Cyprus after Wilbur Ross became the major shareholder. Ross would go on to become the commerce secretary under President Donald Trump.

Trump himself housed for more than 10 years the official historian of the Skull and Bones Lodge in Trump Tower, New York City.

I hope these simple facts can now help you see why they wanted Pope Benedict XVI out and why they NEEDED him out. The Great Reset via a fake pandemic and lethal DeathVaxx made from aborted babies could not go forward with the Bavarian Pope.

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  1. Just started reading (convert from Anglicanism) Msgr Hugh Benson’s “Lord of the World” (taken out by the “death cult” in 1914??). Apparently, anti-pope Bergoglio/Francis told the world during his trip back from the Philippines that people should read that book; “I advise you to read it” is his quote printed in the front cover. From the events unfolding since 2020, it seems pretty evident to me that Satanists appear to have a knack for giving winks to anyone caring to listen about their future plans, so it looks like this will be a very interesting book worth reading, besides its spiritual value…

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