Bergoglio has the audacity to say not caring for the climate is pagan sin.

The logical implication here is that Gaia, is God, and not believing in Her is disbelief.

Interesting Memes for the Election in France

This first, is a parody of Macron’s Twitter profile page: The French reads:

“Supervisor of the Rothschild dictatorship in Gaul. A vote for me is a vote for the final destruction of the eldest daughter of the Church.”

This second meme, shows the history of France, and where the nation is leading. It’s a Catholic meme which calls on the French to tie their country back to the solid docks of the Catholic Monarchy which served Jesus Christ.

Something is brewing in Italy: Tomorrow is Pope Benedict XVI’s 95th Birthday

by Br. Alexis Bugnolo

Something is up in Italy. The ATM machines and payment systems for point of sales stopped functioning in all of Italy.

See report:

And for this to happen the day before Pope Benedict XVI’s Birthday, calls to mind a similar event at the Vatican, before he made his Declaratio on Feb. 11, 2013.

For it was in January, that the ATM machines in the Vatican stopped working. And then SWIFT blocked all bank wires to the Vatican City.

Pope Benedict XVI responded by making the appearance of an abdication. And Viola! The ATM machines and SWIFT system began to work again, within 48 hours.

Tomorrow is the 95th Birthday of the reigning Pontiff, Pope Benedict XVI. It is also the 3333 day after he left the Vatican on a helicopter bound for Castle Gandolfo.

Me thinks that the Angels of God are sending us a message:  “The Restoration of Pope Benedict XVI is at hand. You think you can persecute the Vicar of Our God with ATM machines! Well we can play the same game, you devils! To remind you of Who is in charge!”

Russian Low Grade Propaganda is easily refuted: Maxar Images

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Andrea Cionci speaks on the Difficulty for non-Italians to understand why Benedict XVI is still the pope


“In this interview by Francesco Merolli (Le non-dimissioni di Benedetto XVI. Non praevalebunt) Andrea Cionci explains to the Italian site La Finanza Sul Web how our beloved Benedict XVI only apparently resigned when the Latin text of his resignation is read carefully. Two words ministerium and munus are analyzed in an effort to understand the nature of the act by which Pope Benedict XVI surprised the Church and the whole world back in 2013. There is also a rather daring interpretation of the Bishop Dressed In White. I do not personally agree in toto with Mr. Cionci’s interpretation but I do believe he has a point when he calls our attention to the mirror-like quality of certain aspects of the vision. The rest of the interpretation could be challenged but Mr. Cionci humbly and sincerely admits his own limitations. Yours truly does the same from time to time when rollerblading where angels fear to thread. This is a very interesting exposition and some of the elements presented will be considered in the next post. Due to personal pressures and a bit of bad health, it took me a long time to complete the Italian transcription, unfamiliar as I am with contemporary peninsular parlance –not to mention the fact that I never took dictation in the language of Dante– It was a challenge. I hope the results are half decent for someone who learned Italian mainly reading the great classics of that great culture. Kind corrections welcome.”