The Blood on Bergoglio’s Head – Argentina’s Ghosts

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from Neon Revolt:

If you follow me on Gab, you may have an inkling what this story will be about, but I wanted to dedicate a full article to this, because frankly, this is so huge, so mind-blowing, it deserves it’s own article.

Those of us who follow Q know that the Pope Francis, born Jorge Mario Bergoglio, is not the religious leader he purports to be, but something else altogether – if for no other reason than because he’s serving worldly powers, and not the God he purports to serve.

Likewise, we know the #Vatican is not some Holy City on a hill, but a den of thieves and corruption, ever since the Red Shield was able to gain influence and power.

With all that in mind, I want you to read this #CDAN and play fill-in-the-blanks with me.

First, let’s talk setting.

The country in this Blind Item is none other than Argentina, set during the period of Military Dictatorship from 1974 to 1983, which became known as The Dirty War.

The period was helped kicked off by the #CIA during #OperationCondor, during which time, political opponents and dissidents were hunted down, and made to “disappear.” And as fun as memeing about #RightWingDeathSquads, and hunting Commies may be, the reality here in Argentina was much different. And this reminds me of #SenateAnon’s words:

(And obviously it wasn’t Soros back then, but it was the CIA, so we’re still talking about #TheCabal. These are basic Hegelian, divide-and-conquer tactics here).

But CDAN gives an accurate death tally. About 30,000 people were among “the Disappeared,” as they came to be known by the time the dictatorship collapsed. These individuals were shipped to detainment camps all over Argentina – and as CDAN notes, if you were young, female, and attractive, they didn’t kill you… at least not right away.

CDAN then tells us that these females (for they were not necessarily adult women) were essentially prostituted out – against their will – to global elites. Now, think about what we know already about what that implies. It doesn’t just mean rape, but abuse, torture, murder – even ritual sacrifice.

CDAN then delivers a shocker by telling us these acts were recorded on film. Not surprising when you consider the kind of leverage a South American government could gain from such honeytrap blackmail. Kind of amazing that so many elites fell for it.

But the name of the man tasked with cataloging these videos?

Jorge Zorreguieta.

Jorge was Minister of Agriculture during General Videla’s regime; the guy who kicked off all this wholesale slaughter in conjunction with Operation Condor.

Of course, in 1983, an actual Democratic election finally took place, and Argentina held its own Military Tribunals to prosecute those guilty of crimes. Still, as Minister of Agriculture, it seems he was too far removed to be prosecuted, or even implicated in anything. So he got out, relatively unscathedm and lived out the rest of his life until he died this past August.

Queen Maxima's father Jorge Zorreguieta dies aged 89

Queen Maxima of the Netherlands mourning the death of her father, Jorge Zorreguieta, who has died in Buenos Aires of cancer at age 89

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Of course, before then, he went on with his career and raising his two daughters, both of whom were in the headlines this past week, but for very different reasons:

Queen Maxima of the Netherlands' sister dies aged 33

Queen Maxima of the Netherlands’ sister Inés Zorreguieta has passed away aged 33, local media in Argentina are reporting

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That’s right. CDAN is telling us that Queen Maxima’s sister, Ines Zorreguieta was “suicided” this past week because she had discovered her father’s cache of films, and was starting to go through them all.

Her fatal mistake was talking about it to her Hollywood “friend.” That’s when the Argentinian Government caught wind of it and came in to try and collect everything related to those videos.

But I think the most stunning part of this is that a record was kept – not only of all the elites in the films –  but of the names of all of those victims on film.

Those volumes with both the abusers’ and victims’ names are now missing.

And Ines is dead.

But how does the Catholic church, and specifically Pope Francis fit into all of this?

Well…

Argentine military dictator confirms Catholic Church hierarchy was well aware of the “disappeared”

Argentine former military dictator said he kept the country’s Catholic hierarchy informed about his regime’s policy of “disappearing” political opponents, and that Catholic leaders offered advice on how to “manage” the policy.

MercoPress MERCOPRESS

Ex General Jorge Videla said he had “many conversations” with Argentina’s primate, Cardinal Raúl Francisco Primatesta, about his regime’s dirty war against left-wing activists. He said there were also conversations with other leading bishops from Argentina’s episcopal conference as well as with the country’s papal nuncio at the time, Pio Laghi.

“They advised us about the manner in which to deal with the situation,” said Videla in a series of interviews conducted by the magazine El Sur in 2010 but published last Sunday.

He said that in certain cases church authorities offered their “good offices” and undertook to inform families looking for “disappeared” relatives to desist from their searches, but only if they were certain the families would not use the information to denounce the Junta.

“In the case of families that it was certain would not make political use of the information, they told them not to look any more for their child because he was dead,” said Videla. He said the church “understood well . . . and also assumed the risks” of such involvement.

The confession, if truthful confirms long-held suspicions that Argentina’s Catholic hierarchy collaborated with the military’s so-called process of national reorganisation, which sought to root out communism. In the years following the 1976 coup led by Videla, thousands of left-wing activists were swept up into secret detention centres where they were tortured and murdered. Military chaplains were assigned as spiritual advisers to the junior officers who staffed the centres.

So Cardinal Primatesta – the Primate for all of Argentina – was in on all of it.

But what about Papa Frankie? Well…

“In the case of families that it was certain would not make political use of the information, they told them not to look any more for their child because he was dead,” said Videla. He said the church “understood well . . . and also assumed the risks” of such involvement.

The confession, if truthful confirms long-held suspicions that Argentina’s Catholic hierarchy collaborated with the military’s so-called process of national reorganisation, which sought to root out communism. In the years following the 1976 coup led by Videla, thousands of left-wing activists were swept up into secret detention centres where they were tortured and murdered. Military chaplains were assigned as spiritual advisers to the junior officers who staffed the centres.

Knowing what we know about the CIA and The Vatican, is it so surprising that they would work hand-in-hand?

Michel Chossudovsky’s testimony against him is absolutely devastating:

And while there have been a lot of admittedly, unsubstantiated claims about Francis being complicit in, for instance, separating children from their parents, there is at least one criminal case where Francis was implicated in handing over six individuals to be disappeared – including two rival Priests:

Argentine human rights lawyer Marcelo Parrilli brought Bergoglio’s case to the authorities, accusing him of implication in the kidnapping. That was in April 2005, shortly before the conclave that eventually chose Joseph Ratzinger to become Pope Benedict XVI. Bergoglio reportedly got the second most votes, but stepped aside in deference to Ratzinger.

A Jesuit spokesman called Parrilli’s legal complaint slander. Bergoglio twice used his right to refuse to give evidence in court. When he testified in 2010, his comments were “evasive,” according to human rights lawyer Myriam Bregman. In 2012, Argentine bishops collectively apologized for the mistakes of the church in the country’s “Dirty War” in the 1970s and early 80s — more than 30 years after the fact.

After their detainment, Yorio and Jalics were offered reinstatement into the Jesuit order. Jalics accepted, but Yorio did not.

Yorio never fully recovered from the traumatic experiences in prison. He died in 2000 in Uruguay. Franz Jalics survived the difficult times of torture with the help of meditation and constant prayer. He traveled to Germany in 1978, and later wrote a book about spiritual retreats. He declined to comment on the matter. “But he’s at peace with Bergoglio,” said Jesuit spokesman Thomas Busch. “A few years ago, Father Jalics traveled to Buenos Aires on the invitation of the archbishop, and they talked together.” Nothing is known of their conversation.

Dirty War Diaries: The Pope and Argentina's Dictatorship - SPIEGEL ONLINE - International

While much of Argentina celebrates the election of their countryman Jorge Mario Bergoglio as pope, others accuse him of having played a dubious role in Argentina’s military dictatorship. There are prominent voices on both sides of the debate.

SPIEGEL ONLINE SPIEGEL ONLINE

More from that article:

“I can’t believe it. I’m so distressed and full of anger that I don’t know what to do,” wrote the sister of deceased priest and torture victim Orlando Yorio in an e-mail to the journalist Horacio Berbitsky. “Now he’s achieved what he wanted.”

“He,” for Graciela Yorio, refers to a power-hungry man who betrayed her brother and the Hungarian Jesuit Franz Jalics to Argentina’s mililtary dictatorshop. A man who did nothing to stop the two faithful from being locked up in prison for five months and tortured. “He” is Pope Francis, then still known as Jorge Mario Bergoglio, provincial of the Argentine Jesuits.

Steve Pieczenik’s testimony is possibly even more damning, if just for his inside information:

 

Is it any surprise then that the Vatican tried to “correct the record” back in 2016?

Vatican's Argentina archives ready to be shown to victims of dictatorship crimes

Pope Francis has been criticized for silence while a bishop in Argentina while opening of files on other countries and second world war pope in question

the Guardian THE GUARDIAN

 

The Vatican and Argentina’s bishops have finished cataloguing their archives from the country’s dictatorship era, and will soon make them available to victims and their relatives who have long accused the church of complicity with the military rulers.

A joint statement on Tuesday said the process of digitizing the archives had been completed and that procedures to access the information would be forthcoming. No date was set, and the opening for now is restricted to victims, detainees, their relatives and the religious superiors of victims who were priests or nuns.

Official estimates say about 13,000 people were killed or disappeared in a government-sponsored crackdown on leftist dissidents during Argentina’s 1976-1983 dictatorship. Human rights activists believe the real number was as high as 30,000.

The statement said the decision to open the church’s archives was taken at the express direction of Pope Francis, “in the service of truth, justice and peace”.

History, as they say, is written by the “victors.”

But there’s a reason all of his Chilean Bishops just resigned. The reason that gets filtered to us through PR agencies, and News Organizations, and the real reasons behind-the-scenes:

The Latest: Chile's bishops offer to resign over scandal

The Latest on a sex abuse and cover-up scandal involving the Catholic Church in Chile (all times local): 1 p.m.

Fox News FOX NEWS

Remember, Chile and Argentina are next-door neighbors. Operation Condor affected that whole region. Is it any stretch of the imagination to think that the same things were happening in both countries, across their shared-border? I’m talking about death camps, the elimination of political rivals, rape and torture by elites.

And isn’t it telling that, as this story comes out bit-by-bit – about Ines, and these videos and record volumes… Pope Francis goes about signalling again.

Pope Francis Puts Oil Execs On Notice: 'Energy Must Not Destroy Civilization'

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis told world oil executives Saturday that the transition to less-polluting energy sources “is a…

TPM TPM

Think about this headline for a second. Dissect it with me.  America has now become the one of the largest exporters of oil and natural gas in the world – with no signs of slowing down. Trump is also said to be very “high energy” himself.

Much like with the Pope’s “concrete” tweets – which we talked about again a couple articles back – do you think he’s actually talking about “energy” here?

No way, Jorge!

Pope Francis told world oil executives Saturday that the transition to less-polluting energy sources “is a challenge of epochal proportions,” and warned that the satisfying the globe’s energy needs “must not destroy civilization.”

“Civilization requires energy, but energy must not destroy civilization,” he implored.

He’s talking about Trump! He’s signalling for a takedown. He’s issuing an assassination order to whatever allies he has left!

But this got me thinking… if the videos, and the record volumes are so important…

Could it be that Pope Francis is among the abusers captured on those films and listed in those records?

Nothing shocks me anymore.

But, and perhaps more importantly, where do you think those missing records ended up?

Where could they possibly be?

Who on earth could possibly have them?

Hmmmmmmm…..


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