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Wednesday 23 August 2017

The collapse of the Bergoglian regime - can it be far away?

This so-called papacy, of Jorge Bergoglio, can really best be described as a "regime." It is, after all, a word and governing style that he would be familiar with, coming from that Peronist swamp of the once great Argentina.

The man is either sheer deluded or just plain stupid by suggesting that the nation-state has no right to protect its borders and citizens and must allow the rest of the world to flock in to undermine its culture and life. It is preposterous to even imagine that a Vicar of Christ would speak such filthy rubbish that would endanger so many at this most difficult time in the world. Sadly, the globalist leaders of Europe seem to be hand in glove with this Bergoglio. What a disgrace.

He has surrounded himself with such heretical, filthy men such as Victor Emmanuel Fernandez who would suggest now, that fornication is no longer a sin. Since birds of a feather flock together, it is reasonable to assume that their thoughts are the same. This Bergoglio has never once rebuked this filthy, perverted, heretical Christ-hating, Catholic-faithful hating deviant as to be no less than one himself.

This papal regime is a fraud. It will come to a swift end in God's good time, and may that be soon.

The problem for us is this; will the next pope be a repeat of this one, except with a sharp mind as opposed to the one now or will it be the one who will restore all things in Christ?

Joseph Ratzinger has betrayed us by leaving the Chair of Peter to this man. While none of us have the authority to pronounce what we do not know, it seems clear to this writer that there is a reason that this Jesuit Peronist acts as he does. He simply cannot receive something for which it has been fraudulently taken.


kam said...

I know we get what we deserve and it appears that perhaps God is using Pope Francis as a way to show us all the perversions and lack of Faith that the world has embraced. From left-wing extremists to unholy churchmen proclaiming lies and rubbish, when will all Catholic eyes be opened?

St. Benedict's Thistle said...

Blunt words spoken well. Needed now more than ever.

Anil Wang said...

I do however think that God will bring good from this evil. Many Protestants and the Orthodox are afraid of reconciling with the Catholic Church precisely because of the issues a Pope Francis papacy raises, namely how do you stop a Pope from teaching error and changing doctrine. We've got a string of good Pope so we Catholics have been turning a blind eye to this and bit by bit we've been diluting the Catholic faith, even in good Popes with no way to stop it. And errors in the (demonic) Spirit of Vatican II have slowly been accepted as obvious facts by many faithful and accepted as tolerable by Popes. But once the Pope Francis papacy ends, there is hope that the Papacy can be restrained to it's authority and rebuked when it turns a blind eye to its responsibility:


TLM said...

Oh but remember Vox, that Joseph Ratzinger didn't leave the 'entire' Papacy to this destroyer. He left only the 'administrative' part of it to him, and he himself kept the 'prayerful ministry' part. This all according to both he himself and Ganswein, his 'handler'. Soooooo............if this is the case we have not one, but TWO Popes. And there can never BE two Popes. Sheesh,is it any wonder at all for the confusion we are in??? The hierarchy at the very TOP are the confused ones though, I must say. But yes, you are correct.........Benedict left us high and dry to be devoured by the WOLVES.

Unknown said...

I read your blog daily and am grateful for your apostolate.

In saying that Pope Benedict "betrayed" us is true only in retrospect. We may never know the details of his resignation, but it is reasonable to say that he would have never deliberately placed the Church into this position had he known.

To answer your question, "The collapse of the Bergoglian regime - can it be far away?": YES, it can be far away. God sometimes acts in what appears to be geologic time. The early Church was persecuted for over 250 years. Do we deserve any less to be "food for the beasts"?

Irenaeus said...

On the contrary, he is quite intelligent, methinks. A stupid/deluded man would at least be consistent in his remarks. Not all over the place. There is a pattern to all of this. A well-thought out pattern.

Anonymous said...

Alas Holy Mother Church must walk this Via Crucis in reflection of Her most pure and Immaculate Spouse The King of Kings. The diabolical forces of marxism and masonry could never violate Her through sword nor bullit,persecution nor false reason or logic so they sought and found their judas to administer the poison from within in the form of the so called St Gallen mafia.

One need only look at the prophetic vision of Leo XIII and the words contained in the prayer to St Michael " These most crafty enemies have filled and inebriated with gall and bitterness the Church, the spouse of the Immaculate Lamb, and have laid impious hands on her most sacred possessions.

In the Holy Place itself, where has been set up the See of the most holy Peter and the Chair of Truth for the light of the world, they have raised the throne of their abominable impiety, with the iniquitous design that when the Pastor has been struck, the sheep may be scattered".It takes enormous faith and fortitude not to weep at this ravenous pillage we witness daily but always remember Christus vincit! Christus regnat! Christus imperat! May St Joseph,St Michael and St John Vianney intercede so that we may be sent shepherds worthy of the service due to the Glory of The Trinity.

Peter Lamb said...

Evil doctrine + True Pope = Defected Catholic Church = Heresy.

Peter Lamb said...

You are Peter, and upon this rock I will build my church [Mt 16:18], cannot fail of its effect, the words spoken are confirmed by their consequences. For in the apostolic see the catholic religion has always been preserved unblemished, and sacred doctrine been held in honour...
For the Holy Spirit was promised to the successors of Peter not so that they might, by his revelation, make known some new doctrine, but that, by his assistance, they might religiously guard and faithfully expound the revelation or deposit of faith transmitted by the apostles. Indeed, their apostolic teaching was embraced by all the venerable fathers and reverenced and followed by all the holy orthodox doctors, for they knew very well that this see of St. Peter always remains unblemished by any error, in accordance with the divine promise of our Lord and Saviour to the prince of his disciples: I have prayed for you that your faith may not fail; and when you have turned again, strengthen your brethren [Lk 22:32].
This gift of truth and never-failing faith was therefore divinely conferred on Peter and his successors in this see so that they might discharge their exalted office for the salvation of all, and so that the whole flock of Christ might be kept away by them from the poisonous food of error and be nourished with the sustenance of heavenly doctrine. Thus the tendency to schism is removed and the whole church is preserved in unity, and, resting on its foundation, can stand firm against the gates of hell.
(Vatican Council, Dogmatic Constitution Pastor Aeternus, Ch. 4)

Sound like roncalli, montini, wotjyla, ratzinger, or bergoglio to you?

Luciano said...

Who would have thought 5 years ago that I would be reading such horribly accurate words to describe a papacy..God have mercy on us

Anonymous said...

It seems it is a great pity that so of the hierarchy and priest have never read St Faustina's diary or the message better yet instructions on given on praying for one's homeland. Suffice it to say their knowledge of scriptures especially the Old Testament and read of the protection and help God gave to the Hebrews when they finally got down on their needs and prayed for help in defending their homeland which He had given them

Anonymous said...

will you please stop calling it a Jesuit act. The Jesuits deserve our respect for the works they have done in the past and that was Jesuitical behaviour. Please read the book "Jesuits". Literary Converts by Pearson. The works of Fr Martin D'arcy SJ who converted so many artists in so few a years gained him a mention in a work of fiction at the time "Girls of tender years" I quote "It was either suicide or that drastic act called Fr D'arcy. Their great works called the Catholic Truth Society, by the Jesuits of Farm St. The Jesuits who during the Elizabethan Reformation formed a line at Calais going to what they knew as certain death still came to England and were martyred. The Jesuits in Eastern Canada who came to a certain dreadful Death. Stop insulting their memories. Just call him a useless papacy. As for saying God is doing it for a reason, of course, he is and I ask on His Behalf, "What are you going to do for Him. Just complain and take no action"

Michael said...

"This papal regime is a fraud. It will come to a swift end in God's good time, and may that be soon."

Best thing I've read all day.

Justina said...

Here's the thing. If "national security" must give way to "personal safety," then what is Bergoglio saying about the humanity of Westerners? He is denying it! OUR safety, I guess, doesn't count as "personal." Maybe one of his pet bioethicists has declared us to be "less then fully human" or something. Wouldn't be the first time !

Darko Karlović said...

"will the next pope be a repeat of this one"

There will not be next pope.
Benedict XVI is the last pope on the earth. Since freemasons (St Gallen mafia) pressured him to leave and put their man Bergoglio to the Chair of St Peter (first seal in the Revelation - rider on the white horse), countdown has began till the moment when our Lord will come back and establish His Kingdom.

Irenaeus said...

Mike Hurcum,

Vox's call - and mine - to suppress the Jesuits comes from the actions of several of its present day members. Not all of them have become degenerate, and nor is this call a disrespect to the history of the Order. The Jesuits did great things during the Protestant Revolt and establishing the Faith here in Canada. They were formed in response to the Protestant heresy. Since they have in turn become infected by the very heresy they were formed to destroy, it is time to suppress them. They are abusing their substantial resources and teaching positions to turn the minds of youthful and older faithful away from God into the hands of the enemy, who takes on several guises.

It would be an effort to preserve the good memory of the Order, not besmirch it, in suppressing it.

To the orthodox Jesuits reading this (I know there are at least two such priests who read this little blog), please keep doing what you're doing. You are a light in the darkness.

Peter Lamb said...

I have always loved the real Jesuits. The idea of an intellectual soldier of Christ always appealed to me. I had real hopes that my eldest son would be one, but he did not have a vocation. I like the idea of coupling certain prayers to specific actions. Every time I get into the bath, I prayed that the Holy Family would save my adopted embryo son, (any little embryo destined for abortion), from abortion. When enough time had passed for him to be born, (9 months), I changed the prayer to "may my adopted son grow up to be a holy Jesuit Priest." Well, the little fellow must be 4, or 5 years old by now, wherever he is, and hopefully he will one day be the holy Jesuit who puts the fallen Jesuits back on track.

Dorota said...

Can you imagine how difficult it must be for this man in white to play the role of a Catholic priest every day of his life while hating everything about the Church he is expected (by some) to serve?
OK, he won't wear the red shoes, and he won't kneel before God (saving those bones to kneel in foot-kissing ceremonies), he will promote sodomites and celebrate Sodom, praise abortionists and dismantle holy orders, but still... it must be so hard to appear respectful and pious on a regular basis when one has no respect and abhors piety. If only he could put on his favourite Che Guevara T-shirt and raise his angry fist in an act of defiance! He would be at home in a see of red with the hammer and the sickle prominently displayed.

If you wish to hear, here is The Internationale, his favourite song:


Hold on tight to your chair, it is a wild ride! Almost as if one were hearing a Bergoglio sermon!

Kathleen1031 said...

Peter Lamb, what a lovely thing, God bless and keep your spiritual and future good Jesuit son, and yourself.

Anonymous said...


Can someone explain the link to the "Dallas Ministry Conference", upper left of the homepage here, where (Even) "CATHOLICS, are Welcome" ???

If I didn't just happen upon this excellent blog, and yet now encounter THIS, (not sure what and is which is why I ask), seems pure cacophony to my Catholic sensitivities I just (am tired and sick to death of)just cannot bear!

lmpivon said...

Pope Benedict XVI---we just don't know what happened there. But, we do know what he told Bishop Fellay and that was his "power stops at the door", as he pointed to the door. We also know Bishop Fellay was told by the Pope that he "felt like he was living in a cell", and that he only had "permission to leave from Pope Francis".

Go figure it out. We don't know what happened to Pope Benedict XVI, but something clearly happened, imho. IF that is true, then it means we have a fake pope, and that Pope Benedict is still our pope, God willing.