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They are figuring it out and speaking truth to power!

Wives of political FrancisPrisoners protest at Headquarters of the Francis Thugacy! These brave women protest at the source of the power that is keeping the thugs in power in Venezuela.

It is Francis who is now legitimizing these dictatorial regimes. And just as a reminder, here is the Rorate Caeli post from Roberto de Mattei to provide CONTEXT. As Roberto de Mattei correctly observed: (see here)

For his part, after Clinton’s defeat, Francesco now remains the only point of reference for the international left, [now] lacking a leader. On November 5th at the conclusion of the Third World Meeting of the so-called “Popular Movements” in the Vatican, in the presence of revolutionary agitators from the five continents, Pope Francis turned to them saying: “I make your cry mine”. But the cry of protest, that is raised by the movements gathered in Paul VI’s audience hall, is, unfortunately, characterized by ideological fanaticism and incitement to violence.

The trend line is clear. In his last trip to South America, Francis expressed his sympathy for the Bolivian and Ecuadorian Presidents, and on October 24th received in private audience in the Vatican, the Venezuelan President, Nicolas Maduro Moros, also of the extreme left, to whom he guaranteed his support. No word of approval or pleasure came instead from the Vatican for the extraordinary gesture by the Peruvian President, Pedro Paplo Kuczynski, who, on October 21st, before members of the Chamber and Senate, consecrated his country to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

Hope to see more of this from the family members of FrancisPrisoners  in Cuba (see here), Bolivia, Ecuador, Brazil and Greece. (see here)

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I hope the Cardinals are watching!

Below is the Breitbart post that I am republishing… (see here)

FOR THE RECORD.

 

 

Wives of Venezuela’s Political Prisoners Chain Selves Outside Vatican

The wives and mother of two political prisoners in Venezuela have chained themselves to the gates of the Vatican to demand Pope Francis intervene for the swift liberation of their loved ones, the former mayor of Caracas and the head of one of its largest opposition parties.

Lilian Tintori and Antonieta López — the wife and mother, respectively, of opposition party leader Leopoldo López — and Mitzy Capriles, the wife of former Caracas mayor Antonio Ledezma, have chained themselves to the Vatican as a form of peaceful protest for Pope Francis’s intervention in the crisis currently engulfing the Latin American nation.

Despite socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro canceling a meeting with the Pope in 2015, Pope Francis met Maduro at the Vatican in late October, welcoming him to the Holy See and offering “to take any step that would contribute to resolving open questions and generate greater trust between the parties.”

The Vatican now has an active role in the dialogue between the socialist government and the opposition in the legislature, though the Maduro government has prevented talks from advancing. The opposition is demanding Maduro allow a constitutionally-permitted recall process to continue, placing him on the national ballot within the next year.

“What has compelled us to enact this peaceful protest is a decision of peace, love, solidarity with more than 100 political prisoners, prisoners that should have never been there because they are innocent,” Tintori told reporters about her protest.

“We have faith that the Vatican will help us achieve the freedom of the political prisoners,” added Capriles.

The women prayed quietly while being chained to the gates of the Vatican. As inCuba, many of Venezuela’s dissidents are faithful Catholics and have implored the Vatican to intervene on their behalf.

Leopoldo López, the leader of the opposition Popular Will party, was arrested in February 2014 for organizing a peaceful protest against socialism and charged with “terrorism.” He is currently serving a 13-year sentence. Tintori has alleged that he is subject to inhuman treatment in his detention, kept in solitary confinement to prevent him from discussing politics with other prisoners. Tintori herself has alleged that guards have abused her, forcing her and López’s mother to strip naked before allowing them to see their loved one.

Antonio Ledezma was violently arrested in February 2015, “dragged like a dog” out of his office by Venezuelan secret police for his participation in opposition protests.

In solidarity with the women, at least one Venezuelan opposition legislator has chained himself to the Apostolic Nunciature (the Vatican’s embassy) in Caracas. Rosmit Mantilla told reporters he was chaining himself “for the freedom of my brothers kidnapped by the Regime.”

The Vatican protests have begun just as news of a new hunger strike surfaces from Ramo Verde prison, the facility designated for many political prisoners. A Catholic publication in Venezuela reports that nine political prisoners have announced a hunger strike, concluding when their demands are met. The prisoners are demanding their freedom, “humanitarian aid, and elections.” The report adds that the men among them were “brutally beaten” following the announcement of the hunger strike.

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