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Friday, 25 September 2020

Did George Cardinal Pell force Bergoglio's hand on the removal of Becciu? Has Bergoglio indeed raged causing the closing of the Casa Marta?

Further to our post below and the removal of the corrupt Angelo Becciu, close confidant and friend of Bishop of Rome Jorge Bergoglio, our anonymous sources in Rome have indicated that George Cardinal Pell is behind these events.


Becciu and Pell clashed often over Pell's desire to clean up the sewer of Vatican finances. It is reported that it was the malfeasant Becciu that arranged the false accusations of Cardinal Pell in Australia for which he has been fully exonerated. Sources indicate that funds were funneled by Becciu through the German arm of the Knights of Malta to Pell's accusers.

Cardinal Pell met with Bergoglio in Rome and laid out the complete facts of the Vatican financial scandals and made it clear to Bergoglio that if he did not act the information would be leaked. Bergoglio was also advised that Pell has a "dead-man switch" should anything untoward happen to him.

Bergoglio reportedly flew into a rage at the Casa Santa Marta causing its closure and that his close friend, Becciu, was fired not for financial malfeasance, but for failing to destroy Cardinal Pell. Becciu is locked away with guards and sources in Rome are warning of another Epstein situation.

Cardinal Pell has "thanked" Bergoglio for removing Becciu and intends to clean the stables in the Vatican and Victoria.

More details as they emerge.

13 comments:

Brian said...

Vox
Can this filth can any deeper? Failing to destroy Cardinal Pell? How mafia like. Good luck to Pell but I do wonder why Bergoglio would permit Pell to return to Rome, unless I am missing something.

MaryP said...

Pell should leak now. B is not pope.

In Their Hearts said...

If I were Cardinal Pell, I'd stay out of Rome and away from Bergoglio, whose eruption at Casa Santa Marta was apparently not about "financial malfeasance" but rather that Pell is still alive and free.

Anonymous said...

No one there had a smart phone to record the rage for us?

kiwiinamerica said...

A plenary indulgence of 500 days (with the usual conditions) has been granted to anyone who records one of Bergoglio's rages and posts it on YouTube.

Liam Ronan said...

This puts me in mind of 'God's Banker', Roberto Calvi, who died in London on 18 June 1982; either by suicide or murder. I pray Cardinal Becciu has not forfeited more than the Cardinaliate.

Ceile De said...

But I read that Cardinal Pell is not due back in Rome until tomorrow? And it is not clear how he can even do that with travel to and from Australia. stopped.

HughOSB said...

There has been no showdown in Santa Marta. Pell hasn't even left Sydney yet!

Eccles said...

It seems that I called this (mostly) correctly.
http://ecclesandbosco.blogspot.com/2020/09/becciu-gets-sack.html

DonnaLiane said...

I believe that Pell told BERGOGLIO all this in Rome before he was falsely accused. Pell is smart and he has never been afraid of anyone. He is honest and he will call PF to account. Unfortunately he thinks PF is actually pope; of that he’s wrong.so he tries to remain respectful to the title PF holds (for now). He knows a bully when he speaks to one and Pell scares them all because he calls it like it is. He’s determined to make sure PF does the right thing. He is blackmailing PF with honest truths. His deadman switch is dangerous to PF. A lot will come out. Will he also help engineer a proper and canonical election at Pope Benedict’s death- involving only faithful non- heretical cardinals voting and with safeguards? I hope he becomes part of it leads the resistance now forming in secret. God be with him!

Don Juan said...

How fascinatingly cunning these people are.

Ademar said...

JMJ

For the record, an indulgence of 500 days is partial, not plenary. Plenary indulgences do not a have a block of time connected with them.

Ademar said...

JMJ

For the record, an indulgence of 500 days is partial, not plenary. Plenary indulgences do not have a time-period connected with them.