Monday, 8 April 2019

No mercy, but plenty of perverts, druggies, malfeasants and assassins in the Church of Bergoglio

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Vatican Bank ex-chief: I feared Curia could order my assassination while I cleaned up corruption

ROME, Italy, April 5, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) – The former president of the Vatican Bank says that he almost lost his faith and feared he could be assassinated at the instigation of some members of the Roman Curia, the Church’s administrative body, as he attempted to tackle corruption within the banking organization. 
Ettore Gotti Tedeschi, a banker, economist, and theologian, headed the Institute for the Works of Religion (IOR), popularly known as the Vatican Bank, from 2009 until he was forced out by its board in 2012. He gave an interview to the Le Iene news company in March in which he said that he believed members of the Roman Curia, the governing body of the Vatican, were capable of murdering him.  
When asked whether the curia could commission an assassination, Tedeschi laughed and replied:


Anonymous said...

Coincidentally, a very interesting article was posted this past Saturday, April 4th about the Vatican and its connection to the Mafia and CIA...

Operation Gladio: The Unholy Alliance Between The Vatican, The CIA, & The Mafia


Anonymous said...

I found this article amusingly typical Opus Dei.
Opus Dei former IOR president Tedeschi, fired by Opus Dei Carl A Anderson Supreme Knight of the KOC ,interviewed by CRUX an Opus Dei connected media outlet.
If you want to know about the Opus Dei connections to all the Vatican banks , read 'God's Bankers".
Lots of murder ,intrigue and mafia and Opus Dei has been up to their eyeballs in this not so Godly work.

Tom A. said...

I thank God that I no longer belong to the modernist conciliar NO V2 Church of Bergoglio.

Anonymous said...

The corruption will be cleaned up when fire falls from the sky.

Jonah said...

Puts me in mind of a certain Catholic college tucked between Bay St. and Queens Park. Bankers and closet Nazis -- where you find one, you'll find the other.