The sex-summit dog-and-pony show in Rome ended a few days ago. As anticipated by those with two brain cells firing in syncopation, this thing was a farce conducted with the intention to fool people into thinking that the pope and high-ranking prelates are serious about sex abuse by the clergy. Oh, they're serious, all right! Serious about protecting it for their own perverted pleasures, it would seem.
Natacha Jaitt, an Argentine media celebrity, accused Gustavo Vera of trafficking children for sexual exploitation. Vera is a close friend of Pope Francis'. She was set to testify against Vera in a few weeks - but was found dead this past Saturday. Her family is calling her death murder. I post below an interview that she conducted with an Argentine blogger who was doing his own investigation. He alleges that Vera shipped children to the Vatican "for the Pope and his accomplices". Let that sink in. If it's true, the implications are horrendous - but would explain why the pope and his buddies were so quick to poo-poo the idea that homosexuality is a factor in the clerical sex abuse situation. I will post that interview below, but this post will continue below that. I understand that the man being interviewed is now missing.
Was this sex-summit a feeble attempt to mollify us, the Great Unwashed, so that we would stop poking into their perversions? Is this why Vatican personnel are bad-mouthing the two surviving dubia cardinals? Even Cardinal Marx can't avoid acknowledging the existence of a homosexual cabal in the Vatican; he acknowledges also that evidence has been destroyed. Was Vera, close friend of Pope Francis, sending young boys to the Vatican to be preyed upon by the wolves in shepherds' clothing?
I now post a video of a discussion between Taylor Marshall, Michael Voris and a third gentleman whose name I didn't catch. They discuss the question of whether or not Pope Francis should resign. I am increasingly becoming convinced that Francis could be an anti-pope, with Benedict XVI still the true pope. There have been indications that Benedict's resignation was, at least in part, coerced, rendering it invalid. Given the additional information that we now have regarding the St Gallen Mafia, I've no reason to doubt that they would have exerted pressure on Benedict to tender a rather strange resignation.
As the gentlemen said, please keep praying your Rosaries.