Commentary by Br. Alexis Bugnolo
Today, the world press began its attack on Pope Benedict XVI, since they can not in any way prove or defend Bergoglio from the charge that he was uncanonically elected and that Benedict XVI is still the pope.
This attack was made in concert with the effort of Bergoglio to discredit the Holy Father in recent days. And that this new attack was prepared by Bergoglio can be seen from this, that it was commissioned by Bergoglio’s personal friend, Cardinal Marx, who wanted to resign from the see of Munich last year, as an admission of his own culpability in protecting pedophiles, but was pressured by Bergoglio to remain. And now we know why. To remain so that when this report was published, the right conclusions would be drawn, against his rival for the papacy.
So the Washington Post, a known CIA front for decades, came running to help Bergoglio in this attack, with a free article, a thing they never do, since they are a newspaper by subscription. So it seems that someone paid the newspaper to run the story which you can read by clicking the image above.
The story misrepresents the historical record. According to Archbishop Ganswein, as reported in the Italian press in recent days, the priest in question WAS NOT REASSIGNED to the Archdiocese of Munich, but remained a priest of the Diocese of Essen, and WAS ONLY ALLOWED IN MUNICH for the purpose of attending a clinic which sought TO CURE HIM OF HIS PREDILECTION for children.
Thus, the charge that Pope Benedict XVI, while Cardinal Archbishop of Munich, “failed to act” is an entire invention of the press. Because, there is no failure unless there is a duty, and Pope Benedict did his duty in charity to allow this priest get help.
As for the charge that Pope Benedict XVI attended a meeting, where the meeting did NOT note that he had left: is purely ridiculous. Written by someone who evidently thinks that you are present at all meetings where it does not say you left. Most of us would be present at every meeting in the world from the creation of Eve until today, if that were true.
When the attacks are this feeble, the malignancy behind them is all the more palpable.
The real story this week is that Bergoglio defended pedophiles in Argentina. That has been incontrovertibly proven by eye witnesses, in film since 2016 in French, in German since 2018 and in Italian/English since 12 days ago.
But where are the reporters on that?
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Pope Benedict XVI tried to clean up the “FILTH” in the Church. Hence, why he is so utterly hated with a diabolical passion.
December 2, 2010 – Pope in 1988 sought to remove abusers faster
“The Vatican on Thursday released documentation showing Pope Benedict XVI sought as early as 1988 to find quicker ways to permanently remove priests who raped and molested children but was rebuffed.”
January 25, 2018 – SPECIAL REPORT: Pope Francis Accused of Inaction in Notorious Sex Abuse Cases
“Since 2001, Cardinal Ratzinger and later as Pope Benedict installed effective procedural reforms on clerical sexual abuse; ***Francis in his short five years has all but completely dismantled or reversed those changes*** …. data presented by the Vatican to the UN Human Rights Commission in January 2014 showed that Benedict XVI “had defrocked or suspended more than 800 priests for past sexual abuse between 2009 and 2012,” including the notorious Fr. Maciel Degollado, founder of the Legionaries of Christ. Crucially, it was Ratzinger who moved the competence for sex abuse cases from the Congregation for Bishops to Doctrine of the Faith, with powers to suspend and punish offenders… His reforms specifically included bishops who had refused to act against priest-abusers. A senior member of the Vatican’s diplomatic corps, Archbishop Miguel Maury Buendia, confirmed this, saying, “This Pope has removed two or three bishops per month throughout the world… There have been two or three instances in which they said no, and so the Pope simply removed them.””
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