by Br. Alexis Bugnolo
I have been in Italy for nearly 2 years, and even I knew that the protest on October 9 would achieve nothing, because it aimed to achieve nothing. A dictatorship which is participating in a decades old plan to genocide its own citizenry does not give a BLEEP about what you think and certainly will not surrender simple because 99% of the people don’t like them. That is not how a maniacal diabolic psychotic ruling elite works. That is not how Goldman Sachs works. That is not how the Lodge works.
So now that the protest’s main proponent and organizer, Nicola Franzoni, has publicly admitted he diverted the protest from its planned and announced objective, Parliament, to the HQ of a Union, where the State Police was ready to pounce upon them and declare them right-wing terrorists for breaking and entering — even though the State Police allowed them to enter — Archbishop Viganò needs to explain himself.
Does he actually understand less about Italian politics or popular politics than Br. Alexis Bugnolo? He who is a native Italian, who is worth over 30 million euro, and who is a graduate of the Vatican Diplomatic School? A former Ambassador to the USA for the Vatican?
Is that really possible. I say no, it is impossible.
I can grant that the average Italian, hopeful for something to result, might have uncritically participated. Many of my friends did so. That is understandable. But I advised against it to everyone.
Therefore, the only conclusion is, that Viganò willingly participated in luring Catholics to an event that was staged to frame the no-Vaxxers as right wing terrorists, just like the Trump supporters were framed in Washington, D. C., on January 6, 2021.
Is he that naive?
Howsoever you answer the question, the conclusion you must draw is the same, if you still have the use of reason: This is not the man you want to be following; He is not worthy of your trust or your lives.
Maybe you see why he will not come out and say that Pope Benedict XVI never resigned, that the Globalists wanted him out, and that Bergoglio never was the Pope?
He could call for a Provincial Council of the Catholic Church in the Metropolitan Province of Rome. That has the authority to restore Benedict and end the dispute. Why does he not do that, at least? After all, he is an Archbishop of the Church of Rome, and has the right to call for one.
For the record, here is his message to the protestors on Saturday: