Friday, October 9, 2020

More Fruitti Tutti, With Apologies To The Good Samaritan

We continue the mortification of wading through Fruitti Patuiti.  Who knows?  Maybe this drudgery will lop a few minutes off purgatory.

This past Sunday I left off at paragraph 41 so let's pick up with paragraph 42.  From that paragraph up to paragraph 50, the pope vents his spleen against digital communications and social networks.  Perhaps I'm reading between the lines a bit, but I detect some rancor hurled in the direction of independent Catholic media who have the audacity to question the official spin of the mouthpieces of the Catholic hierarchy.  No doubt we are bringing to light the high crimes and misdemeanors of corrupt clergy and bishops, shining the light on cockroaches, as it were.  Well, we will continue to do so.

In Chapter 2, the pope launches into a discussion of the parable of the good samaritan. That covers paragrapsh 57 - 86.  All the points that he lists in these paragraphs are entirely focused on this temporal life.  There is no mention of eternal salvation, that is, Christ saving us from the fires of hell and leading us to heaven.  To the right we see a more apt illustration of the parable of the good samaritan.  Not surprisingly, the pope then segues into yet another tired pitch for open borders.

Between paragraph 102 and 103 we see the rather ominous phrase "liberty, equality and fraternity".  As mentioned in my last post, and by other bloggers, this is quite the open salute to the masonic principles embodied in the French revolution.  I will delve more into that in a future post as there is more to this than meets the eye.  For now, I'll end with some of Taylor Marshall's thoughts on Fruitti Tutti.

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