Saturday, 20 January 2018

Pope insults and betrays victims of the legacy of the pervert and sodomite, Karadima

The Pope's so-called "apology" to the victims of homosexual men who came into the Catholic priesthood to seize their victims rings hollow. This is now proven by his own words to specific victims.

Have we not moved beyond blaming the victims?

Men today live with the criminal, satanic actions thrust upon them every day. They deal with the mental anguish and depression and often the medication necessary to cope. They deal with the hurt, the anger, the embarrassment and they deal often with the physical conditions - often the HIV virus given to them by men who were to feed them the Word of God and the Body of Christ and instead, filled them with poison from their loins and Satan himself. 

Evil. Vile. Sinking and disgusting perverted monsters. To even declare that they are "men" is to defame my own sex. A man is to defend and protect the vulnerable, the weak, the little - it is never to violate them for self-gratification and sodomy.

Victims of Karadima, , and talked about the defense of the to the Bishop . "This is serious and we cannot accept it... What he has done today is offensive and painful. In addition, reveals an unknown face of the Pontiff,"they said.

POPE FRANCIS HAS accused victims of Chile’s most notorious paedophile of slander, during the end to a visit meant to help heal the wounds of a sex abuse scandal that has cost the Catholic Church its credibility in the country.
Francis said that until he sees proof that Bishop Juan Barros was complicit in covering up the sex crimes of the Reverend Fernando Karadima, such accusations against Barros are “all calumny”.
The pope’s remarks drew shock from Chileans and immediate rebuke from victims and their advocates.They noted the accusers were deemed credible enough by the Vatican that it sentenced Karadima to a lifetime of “penance and prayer” for his crimes in 2011.
A Chilean judge also found the victims to be credible, saying that while she had to drop criminal charges against Karadima because too much time had passed, proof of his crimes wasn’t lacking.
“As if I could have taken a selfie or a photo while Karadima abused me and others and Juan Barros stood by watching it all,” tweeted Barros’ most vocal accuser, Juan Carlos Cruz.
These people are truly crazy, and the pontiff talks about atonement to the victims. Nothing has changed, and his plea for forgiveness is empty.
Karadima scandal
The Karadima scandal dominated Francis’ visit to Chile and the overall issue of sex abuse and church cover-up was likely to factor into his three-day trip to Peru that began yesterday evening.
Karadima’s victims reported to church authorities as early as 2002 that he would kiss and fondle them in the swank Santiago parish he ran, but officials refused to believe them. Only when the victims went public with their accusations in 2010 did the Vatican launch an investigation that led to Karadima being removed from ministry.
The emeritus archbishop of Santiago subsequently apologised for having refused to believe the victims from the start.
Francis reopened the wounds of the scandal in 2015 when he named Barros, a protege of Karadima, as bishop of the southern diocese of Osorno. Karadima’s victims say Barros knew of the abuse, having seen it, but did nothing. Barros has denied the allegations.
His appointment outraged Chileans, badly divided the Osorno diocese and further undermined the church’s already shaky credibility in the country.
Seeking forgiveness
Francis had sought to heal the wounds by meeting this week with abuse victims and begging forgiveness for the crimes of church pastors. But yesterday, he struck a defiant tone when asked by a Chilean journalist about Barros.
“The day they bring me proof against Bishop Barros, I’ll speak,” Francis said.
There is not one shred of proof against him. It’s all calumny. Is that clear?
Francis had defended the appointment before, calling the Osorno controversy “stupid” and the result of a campaign mounted by leftists. But The Associated Press reported last week that the Vatican was so worried about the fallout from the Karadima affair that it was prepared in 2014 to ask Barros and two other Karadima-trained bishops to resign and go on a yearlong sabbatical.
According to a 31 January 2015 letter obtained by AP from Francis to the executive committee of the Chilean bishops’ conference, the plan fell apart and Barros was sent to Osorno.
Juan Carlos Claret, spokesman for a group of Osorno lay Catholics who have mounted a three-year campaign against Barros, questioned why Francis was now accusing the victims of slandering Barros when the Vatican was so convinced of their claims that it planned to remove him in 2014.
“Isn’t the pastoral problem that we’re living (in Osorno) enough to get rid of him?” Claret asked.
The reference was to the fact that — guilty or not — Barros has been unable to do his job because so many Osorno Catholics and priests don’t recognize him as their bishop. They staged an unprecedented protest during his 2015 installation ceremony and have protested his presence ever since.
‘Tremendous error’
Anne Barrett Doyle, of the online database, said it was “sad and wrong” for the pope to discredit the victims since “the burden of proof here rests with the church, not the victims — and especially not with victims whose veracity has already been affirmed”.
“He has just turned back the clock to the darkest days of this crisis,” she said in a statement.
“Who knows how many victims now will decide to stay hidden, for fear they will not be believed?”
German Silva, a political scientist at Santiago’s Universidad Mayor, said the pope’s comments were a “tremendous error” that will reverberate in Chile and beyond.
Patricio Navia, a political science professor at Diego Portales University in Santiago, said Francis had gone much further than Chilean bishops in acknowledging the sexual abuse scandal, which many Chileans appreciated.
“Then right before leaving, Francis turns around and says: ‘By the way, I don’t think Barros is guilty. Show me some proof,’” Navia said, adding that the comment will probably erase any goodwill the pope had won over the issue.
Navia said the Karadima scandal had radically changed how Chileans view the church.

“In the typical Chilean family, parents [now] think twice before sending their kids to Catholic school because you never know what is going to happen,” Navia said.


Anonymous said...

someone should put a millstone in the middle of St Peter's Square

Wolverine said...

Me thinks that our good friend Bergoglio might've finally self inflicted a mortal wound to his despicable reign as "Bishop of Rome".

TLM said...

His 'credibility' is now GONE. Just maybe it was a good idea to give him enough rope to finally hang himself with. The MSM is now running this story! CBS had a big article on this! Bye Bye Bergoglio!! Your days are truly now numbered. Soon you will have NO ONE to hurl your venom on....NO audience in St. Peter's Square, except maybe Satan himself which will be applauding you furiously!

Ana Milan said...

There is not one shred of proof against him. It’s all calumny. Is that clear?
The worldwide Child Abuse Scandal will never go away. The Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors we were told was set-up to confront the problem with zero tolerance but has done nothing to defrock the large number of deviant priests which has led to the resignation of two lay victims of the Commission. Fr. Gallagher of Palm Beach who called in the police about paedophile visiting priest from India when he caught him showing porn to a youth has been (& still is) suspended by his Bishop Barbarito with the knowledge of Cardinal O'Malley heading the same Commission. This priest on his return to India, where his likeness for young boys was well known, offended again but Fr. Gallagher is still suspended. What about the 'proof' of the homo-orgies in the Vatican known to ++Coccopalmerio? The disgraceful homo-erotic mural with Archbishop Paglia centre stage? Even when sufficient proof is offered of homosexual deviance PF has turned a blind eye. If he had no intention on this occasion of rectifying the matter concerning Bishop Barros then he shouldn't have gone there. He has stirred up a hornet's nest for his successor to clean up which hopefully will be exceedingly soon. Rome is in apostasy & the Bishop of Rome doesn't like rigid, hard-hearted fundamentalists, favouring abortionists, population controllers, climate change scare mongers, Lutherans, infidels, atheists - in fact, anyone but Traditional Catholics.

Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

I do not share the previous commenters' optimism.
This will do nothing to most who have chosen to live in denial or truth or in hatred of truth. The show must go on. Let him kiss some more feet and terrified babies. That will do it. Let him demand Islamization of the West, and celebration of sin as a gift to the Church - all will be forgotten.

Johnno said...

Along with the growing recognition that Francis is not what he appears to be, let us also pray very hard that the following bombshell is fully declassified, which will expose the Democrat-liberal-supporting Bishops to the ridicule they richly deserve, and but a bullet through Obama's pretentious 'legacy.'

"Explosive", "Shocking" And "Alarming" FISA Memo Set To Rock DC, "End Mueller Investigation"

Kathleen1031 said...

Just yesterday I perused our newly distributed diocesan financial statement. Frankly I hoped and expected a financial downturn from previous years, and imagine my dismay when the numbers reveal the offertory UP, vastly, in the Annual Appeal.
God will have to depose this creature, man will not. Weak, gullible, complicit, sinful man, will only work to serve himself, so as long as that end is served, no one will raise a voice against the occupier of the Chair of Peter.
And after he is gone, what will we have. Who will look at the Church or the clergy, the same way again. Not that I don't prefer it, yes I do, and I don't mind really, saying why, although it is for a less than Christian reason.
I want to see this vile, detestable, diabolical wart, to be removed. To imagine, the supposed "Vicar of Christ" to go into a geographic area where the people are already suffering from the sexual rapes and molestations of Catholic priests, and to call them liars, to ask for absurd "proof", and to attempt to cast any doubt on the words of these poor suffering men, is so cruel it defies any explanation short of the venomous hatred of Satan himself. He says it, because he CAN say it, and naught will happen. He says it, because in all likelihood he is a homosexualist himself, the man has surrounded himself with sodomites, and he elevates them, not diminishes them. I believe one can look at these men and understand they would be likely victims, they are reasonably attractive men, and would have been as boys, and sodomites in their perversion love to molest attractive boys.
We very well may get an even worse sodomite in the Chair of Peter. Only God can determine this. We are not praying enough, there can be no doubt, we are not praying enough. In Scripture it says "this one can only be removed by prayer and fasting".

Anonymous said...

At least he wont be calling Catholics Pharisee's anymore ,the Rabbi of Rome objected.