Wednesday, 1 February 2017

Pope Francis, the "Pope of seeds"

Methinks they're getting worried that their whole rotten filthy plan is coming crashing down.

Remember Tony, some seeds sprout poison ivy!

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19 comments:

raphaelheals said...

What does he even mean?????? Speak clearly Anthony.

Tradical said...

I guess he isn't familiar with the term: Clear Cut.

In addition, if the Pope is spreading seeds - all I've seen so far is weeds. Time for some Round-Up!!!

P^3

Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

Perhaps he is talking about all the little children who were never taught the Catholic faith in Catholic schools. Maybe he is putting his hopes in the yet silent forest of the unsuspecting, trusting little ones, the future sodomites and gender-confused, the ones who are taught to think of their parents as selfish breeders and bitter clingers to life, when they have outlived their usefulness to society, draining the health system of much needed resources.

I know - on the surface Bergoglio wants to appear as though he is opposing this brave new world, but the actions he takes, and ideologies he promotes contradict the words.

Sandpiper said...

He certainly is a pope of seediness and squalor. Moral squalor. Repent Father Spadaro, the Kingdom of God is at hand.

Anonymous said...

Perhaps he also forgot the parable of the wheat the tares, Mt 13?

Dakota Priest

Restore-DC-Catholicism said...

"Pope of seeds" - or seedy pope? Hmmm...

Anonymous said...

Allow me to translate:

"Bergoglio is perverting people's concience. It is easy to stop the man. It's impossible to stop the damage he's doing in other people."

or

"you can stop the virus, but will not recover the damaged limbs".

This guy doesn't remember Who's in control here.

Mary

Anonymous said...

If Christ cursed a fig tree for not bearing fruit ,he can can just as easily curse a seed ,or a whole forest for that matter.

Anonymous said...

In other words, he admits that free masons like himself hide and cloak themselves as faithful priests. In reality, they are a fifth column of traitors hell bent on destroying Christ's Church.

Barnum said...

Did he say Pope of seeds or Pope of Screeds?

Seriously, a comment like that is indicative of an arrested mind. You'd think a Catholic priest would have an understanding of ontology.

Ralph E. said...

And we can see all the seeds grow and bloom. The fruits are doubts, heresy and hatred for tradition. And the enemies of the church feel stronger and they are affirmed in their errors. Please God give us a real pope.

Sybok said...

the choice is the forest of the oaks of faith that was planted by our ancestors - or the seeds of heresy, an invasive species, planted and cared for by our peronist in rome. choose well.

MJC said...

I'd have thought it relatively easy to "stop a silently growing forest".... nowhere near impossible... a strange turn of phrase...

Now - whether he's alluding to the multi-generational plans of freemasonry, the long march through the institutions of the communist Gramsci, or the slow and steady diabolical infestation of fabian socialism, one thing is for certain: it is most certainly not impossible to stop this putative "forest".

As Our Lord permits it, the blinding light of Truth will reduce this plague of weeds to cinders in an instant. Let us pray that we are still around - and remain faithful - to see it.

Eirene said...

The Pope of seeds or moths - same difference ! Neither nomenclatures means anything anyway! This Pope is beyond worse!

Johnno said...

Jesus presented another parable to them: “The kingdom of heaven is like a man who sowed good seed in his field. But while everyone was asleep, his enemy came and sowed weeds among the wheat, and slipped away. When the wheat sprouted and bore grain, then the weeds also appeared.

The owner’s servants came to him and said, ‘Sir, didn’t you sow good seed in your field? Where then did the weeds come from?’ ‘An enemy did this,’ he replied. So the servants asked him, ‘- Do you want us to go and pull them up?’ ‘No,’ he said, ‘if you pull the weeds now, you might uproot the wheat with them. Let both grow together until the harvest. At the proper time I will tell the harvesters, “First collect the weeds and tie them in bundles to be burned; then gather the wheat into my barn.”’”

Mat 13:24-30

Someone tweet Spadaro back and ask him if Pope Francis is 'the enemy'? You'll get blocked, but it'll be worth it.

Anonymous said...

Yeah for once i agree with him, Jorge is seeding the harvest with rotten weeds.No doubt his seeds have been covered with manure.

Kathleen1031 said...

What this says to me is that he understands full well there is a battle going on for the soul of the Catholic faith, otherwise, why talk in such terms? How odd it is to see a Catholic priest pit himself or his ideology, or his regime's ideology, against good and faithful Catholics. These men reveal a need for supremacy, a need to remind the little people that THEY will have the last word. True leaders do not need such reassurances themselves, and they have little need to remind their enemy they will ultimately be victorious.

Be warned little man, that you are pitting yourself against our mighty and eternal God, and that HE will have the last word. He can sweep aside your "forest" with a glance.

Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

Kathleen1031
You are so right, the tone is patronizing and threatening...
Occult means hidden.

The plan conceived on the top of the pyramid has been sown among the bottom feeders. It has been a long process, but the seed has taken really well - look at he masked youth in the streets. Such fanaticism and brutality under the banner "Love trumps hate'! Tragic.

Anonymous said...

I'd say: Typical case of dendrophilia.