Friday, 13 November 2015

Pervert Protector and Bergoglio confidant and Masonic guest speaker Godfried Danneels lectures Africans not to be too Catholic - proves himself a racist in the same way as Kasper

Leader of St. Gallen mafia club Danneels, second from left
In a statement that has racialist overtones hearkening back to the days of Belgian colonialism in Africa, the pervert-protecting Godfried Danneels, heresiarch confidant of Jorge Bergoglio, Bishop of Rome has today lectured African Catholic not to be too Catholic.

During a question-answer interview in Vatican Insider, this episcopal failure advises Africans to "steer clear of triumphalism," because clearly, he is qualified to give advice. Maybe a little "triumphalism" would have been a good think in a land that in twenty years or less will have few Catholics and be overrun by Mohammedans.


Old European racialist colonisers
Danneels protected a sodomite bishop and chastised the victim that came to him for help, the actual nephew of the sodomite episcopal pervert. He lobbied the King of Belgium, for what he is worth, to back abortion and was a player behind the election of Jorge Bergoglio and the "St. Gallen mafia club." 

He calls any idea that the growing and vibrant Church in Africa might lead the way to evangelise a dying European culture as nothing more than "ecclesiastical politics." More of the same European racialist, arrogant, obnoxious attitude that cause close Bergoglio advisor and heresiarch advocate of Holy Communion for adulterers to state, "These Africans should not tell us too much what to do."


May Danneels live many, many years so that he can witness the destruction that will come upon Western Europe in general and Belgium in particular due to his dereliction of duty and zeal for Christ and the Truth. He has no courage to convert the Mohammedans. He'll be lucky to survive the first wave of Belgian beheadings.

He will get his reward.


Bishop of Rome Bergoglio and Danneels at the Synod on the Family

The entire interview can be read at:
http://vaticaninsider.lastampa.it/en/inquiries-and-interviews/detail/articolo/francesco-francisco-francis-danneels-44627/
Some say that the salvation of Catholicism can only come from “healthy” African Churches that are doctrinally robust compared to the “decaying” Churches of the West. Starting with you Belgians…
“Some African bishops tell us: you are pagans. You wiped everything out. But I remember Belgium being full of vocations, there were huge seminaries and novitiates being built up until the 60s. Christian families did everything they could to give their children a sense of belonging in the Church. But we started seeing the faith dwindling in boys and girls aged 17-20. This wounded them it caused great suffering. Is it right to say it was their fault and that the parents were not goof Christians? No, that’s not the case. The act of becoming Christians and persevering in the faith remains a mystery and is not the result of some educational or sociological mechanism. It seems to me that all the talk about “robust” Churches that should save the rest of Catholicism, is for the purpose of ecclesiastical politics. The abstractness of it is striking.” What abstractness?
“European Churches have been overrun by the effects of secularisation that have also led to rising individualism. But this very individualism could reach Africa sooner or later: that phenomenon that sees people thinking of themselves as individuals  rather than as members of a group, a community, or a mass. It is possible that the crisis we have had will spread there too, with all that this entails. Africans may also experience a situation similar to ours. Then they might call us up to see how we dealt with it. To get some useful tips.” And what advice would you give them?
“I have always acknowledged that perhaps God drove us towards a sort of new “Babylonian exile”  in order to teach us to be more humble and realise that the Church can only live and grow with the strength of Christ’s Grace. So I would always advise everyone to steer clear of all forms of triumphalism and claims to self-sufficiency. Whoever thinks they are standing, should watch out they do not fall.”

5 comments:

William Axton said...

Daneels...
'D', as in 'denial of responsibility' for a loss of faith and denial of reality.
'A', as in 'asinine' ideas.
'N', as in only a 'nincompoop' could deny the success of the Holy Spirit in Africa.
'E', as in his 'evil agenda'.
'E', as in 'eminently unqualified' to preach on the Gospel.
'L', as in 'liberal (c)atholic'. 'Nuff said.
'S', as in 'save us' from bishops like Daneels.

William Axton said...

That should have read... .

Daneels...
'D', as in 'denial of responsibility' for a loss of faith and denial of reality.
'A', as in 'asinine' ideas.
'N', as in only a 'nincompoop' could deny the success of the Holy Spirit in Africa.
'N', as in 'nobody listen him'.
'E', as in his 'evil agenda'.
'E', as in 'eminently unqualified' to preach on the Gospel.
'L', as in 'liberal (c)atholic'. 'Nuff said.
'S', as in 'save us' from bishops like Daneels.

Anonymous said...

Danneels should be in prison. That is all.

Anonymous said...

Well written William, that just about covers him and all his like minded wolves that our lord spoke about...

Timothy Danaher said...

We better hope he is not beheaded by the Mohammedans, else he'll be seen as a martyr for the faith. The few progressives left running the church would call for his canonization and a feast day commemorating ecumenism.