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Not really, but…
In light of the recent developments inside the Sacred Walls of the Vatican and the bishop of Rome and his
handler’sadvisors “strategic retreat” to the outskirts of the Eternal City, we revisit a post we published on the 17th of January 2015, titled The Disposable Bishop of Rome.
Just to provide some background and new information to the re-blog post, please keep in mind that the entire Francis
papacyThugacy™ is built on a re-branding strategyLord’s pastoral call (see here), whose foundation can be described in one word: “optics”. And as we know, the optics have been horrible for TeamFrancis of late.
I will do a separate post on this in the near future. However for the time being, it is important to remind ourselves of the great emphasis that TeamFrancis placed on attendance numbers (see here) that they put out at year end and the four separate data points that we have identified that contradict these numbers, i.e. the Strasbourg trip (see here and here), the crowd numbers on the Manila trip (see here), Our Lady of Lourdes feast recently (see here), and most recent Ash Wednesday Angelus (see here).
Keeping the above in mind, the following passage from the below re-blogged post is most relevant to understanding the ongoing situation at in the Vatican at present.
It is indelicate to speak about the next Conclave while any pope is reigning. However, the current circulation of rumors signals that maneuvers over the next papacy have already begun. If the secret war over the synod and curial reforms can be said to be the most immediate issue on people’s minds, there is nevertheless a longer-term war they are also thinking about.
These above mentioned rumors were already circulating in December 2014 and only intensified with the disastrous Philippines excursion. Since this passage appeared in the MondayVatican blog on the 12th of January of this year, we need to add to the Philippines visit (January 15 to January 19, 2015) the two most recent indictments, i.e. the feast day of Our Lady of Lourdes and the Ash Wednesday Angelus disaster.
And just to finish off the thought, the relevance of the above observation is the following: Francis, the present bishop of Rome is doing serious damage to the Moderist’s brand promoted by the likes of Cardinals Kasper and Marx and funded by the German “Team Bergoglio” players (see chronology here). This situation is becoming a serious liability since the German dissenter’s cart is
hitchedwelded onto the Francis donkey.
And the cardinal-electors see this.
Therefore, the situation has just become elevated to a higher degree of “serious”!
Editor’s Note: After publishing the below post, along with the above photo, this blog has received comments with respect to the prudence of using this posted image.
For the record: the optical and emotional response to this image was intended, however the “target of this optical and emotional response” is not the Holy Father per se, but rather the cabal of corrupt prelates who collectively comprise “Team Bergoglio”, as defined and alleged by Dr. Austen Ivereigh in his book The Great Reformer: Francis and the Making of a Radical Pope. A careful reading of this post will bear this out.
Furthermore, it was decided to use this image to emphasis the situation inside the Vatican and in the leftist Vatican circles, details of which have reached my attention, and which have been confirmed by another well informed blog, the MondayVatican. In the post dated 12 January 2015, the following passage…
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