ITALY: Google coverups Antipope by calling all dead popes, ex-Popes

 Editor’s Note: Now that it is increasingly clear that Benedict XVI is the Pope because there is no such thing as a Pope Emeritus — as Cionci has eminently proven with dozens of articles in Italian newspapers — Google in Italy appears to have been asked by the Vatican to cover it up by renaming all dead popes, “Ex Popes”, to make them appear to be Popes emeriti, like Pope Benedict.

Cionci’s tweet says in Italian:

L’ultima ridicolaggine: per mascherare il goffo tentativo di far passare BXVI (unico vero papa) come “ex papa”, adesso sono tutti ex papi quelli semplicemente morti. Quos Deus perdere vult, dementat prius.  

Which in English means: The latest madness: to mask the sloppy attempt to pass off Pope Benedict XVI ( the one true pope) as an “ex pope”, all the dead popes have now been named “ex pope”. Those whom God wills to destroy, He first drives mad.
Explanation:  All deal popes have always been called, “Pope”. This presents a problem for Bergoglians. Because then Benedict has to be called “Pope” not “Pope meritus”. So instead of addressing the canonical problems head one, they do a 1984 and change reality by erasing the previous title and replacing it with “ex Pope”.  It seems there is a big brother watching you, and his name is Jorge Mario Bergoglio!

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