7 thoughts on “Burke Lays It On The Line

  1. If Francis rams through a destructive final report, then Burke and others should publicly call for the Pontiff’s resignation.

  2. I think we have to wait and see what happens. No point in stoking the fires too much. There will be a time take that fight up, if and when necessary. For now, let us watch and pray.

    • Pumping and stoking the fire is what I am seeing too.

      This appears to me to be orchestrated. The language used in the first reading is on face value ridiculous and having it released to the public before the Bishops is also ridiculous.

      Thats two red flags given to the public ~ seems like a nwo seditious act.

      Now for Burke “on this same platform” to wash clothes in “public” is also ridiculous. Be careful with ‘pride’.

      If he is astute, he should have spoken to Pope Francis privately ~ I understand why Pope Francis has removed him.

      The real court jester may in fact be Burke himself. Clearly going public recklessly violates all sense of decorum.

      The person who authored the language in the first reading, is going to be the person closest to where the investigation should start.

      Pope Francis from what I have seen is quit direct, pragmatic, and a good man.

      I have posted articles on Pope Francis which shows he is not afraid of the corrupt the Banking Cabal’s NWO. Only one organization that I know of who has the intent on infiltrating the Church and that is the NWO. They have a deep hatred for This Jesuit Pope. May God surround Pope Francis with all His Holy Angels and Protect him from all snares of the devil.


      • Hey Chuck,

        Listen up. This is the last Jesuit that you will see warming St. Peter’s chair for the next 2,000 years. Guaranteed.

        Now off to Las Vegas you go to make a crap load of money with that prediction.

  3. Pope Francis is now being pegged as a Machiavellian.

    See the article “Pope Francis’ Machiavellian strategy to liberalize the Catholic Church” published at theweek.com (NOT a Catholic or conservative publication). http://theweek.com/article/index/269891/pope-francis-machiavellian-strategy-to-liberalize-the-catholic-church

    Also see “Pope Francis: Liberal Machiavelli?” http://www.theamericanconservative.com/dreher/pope-francis-liberal-machiavelli/

    Cardinal Pell said that a Machiavellian “stalking horse” strategy as being pursued at the Synod: “Communion for the divorced and remarried is for some — very few, certainly not the majority of synod fathers — it’s only the tip of the iceberg, it’s a stalking horse. They want wider changes, recognition of civil unions, recognition of homosexual unions.” http://www.catholicnews.com/data/stories/cns/1404281.htm

    Francis’ very public choice to live in humble quarters at the Vatican, his taking public transportation, his having lunch in cafeteria with ordinary Vatican workers, and so on, all now seems like public relations stunts to gain a rock star status as a man of the people, thus getting the mob and the liberal media on his side to apply pressure to help him push through the Kasperian (=Bergoglian) program of insinuating doctrinal errors through pastoral novelties. Even the strange, unprecedented circumstances in which Bergoglio became pope can now more readily be read in terms of the old Italian tradition of Machiavellian politics.

    But now, thanks to be God, people are seeing that Francis’ supposed Christian joy, sincerity, humility, & mercy is all just part of a mask covering up the sheer ugliness of someone determined to use any tactic to lead the Catholic people into the nirvana of “progress” already achieved in denominations such as the Episcopal Church USA, the United Church of Christ, the Unitarians, etc.

    Once a leader is tagged as a Machiavellian, they are no longer trusted, & so their ability to manipulate is reduced. Yes, conservatives and traditionalists don’t like liberals. But NOBODY likes a Machiavellian. Francis the Humble has been unmasked. If this is correct, then something good has come out of this Synod.

    “Do not be conformed to this world.” (Romans 12:2).

    “It would be better for him to have a millstone tied around his neck and be thrown into the sea than for him to cause one of these little ones to sin.” (Luke 17:2).

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