The New Pope!
By Hwaa Irfan
As Pope Benedict XVI’s papacy ended in controversy, so does Pope Francis I’s (Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio) papacy begins in controversy.
As a Jesuit, Pope Francis I would be accountable to the infamous “Black Pope” (currently Adolfo Nicolás Pachón) who is the Superior General of the Jesuits. This means that the “Black Pope” officially controls the Vatican although their Church of Jesu has always been in Vatican City.
Pope Francis I as Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio was appointed the “Provincial” of Argentina for the Society of Jesus in 1973 – the highest ranking Jesuit in Argentina during the military dictatorship led by General Jorge Videla (1976-1983).
In 2005, a criminal suit was made against Bergoglio whereby he was accused of conspiring with the military junta in the 1976 kidnapping of two Jesuit priests. With the fall of Videla, the then newly elected president Raúl Alfonsín set up a Truth Commission – the “Dirty War” (La Guerra Sucia). Bergoglio was openly accused of being involved in the kidnapping of priests Francisco Jalics and Orlando Yorio and six other members of their parish who were subjected to torture for 5 days in 1976. One of the Jesuits kidnapped has since stated that Bergoglio was not responsible for persecution of his father Francisco Jalics.
Jalics Francisco, during the military dictatorship of Lieutenant General Videla in 1976, has stated that the then Father Jorge Maria Bergoglio and provincial of the Society of Jesus in Buenos Aires was not responsible for the prosecution in the Military which led to his father’s kidnapping and Yorio, also a Jesuit. ”
Videla’s junta murdered many priests and nuns who were against military rule. According to Professor Michel Chossudovsky, Society of Jesus/ Order of Jesus held close relations with Argentina’s elite who were responsible with Washington in the Dirty War. Orlando Yorio and Francisco Jalics worked in a poor neighbourhood which Bergoglio ordered that they should leave, but they refused. Bergoglio offered them a Hobson’s Choice: leave the poor neighbourhood or leave the Jesuits. Yorio’s letter of March 1976 to which no response was received from Bergoglio expressed intention to leave the Jesuits, but it was not until he was exiled to Rome that he discovered that Bergoglio had expelled Yorio, but not Jalic from the Jesuits before they were arrested.
Throughout junta rule, the Jesuit support f the junta was evident from the point of view given repeated expressed public support, which contrasted drastically with lack of expressed public support for the victims. On the day of the coup, Videla and his junta had a long meeting with the Archbishop Tortolo who at the time stated:
“the church has its own specific mission . . . there are circumstances in which it cannot refrain from participating even when it is a matter of problems related to the specific order of the state.” He urged Argentineans to “cooperate in a positive way” with the new government.”
The lawyer Myriam Bregman who filed the criminal suit against Bergoglio at that time stated:
“Bergoglio’s own statements proved church officials knew from early on that the junta was torturing and killing its citizens”, and yet publicly endorsed the dictators.
“The dictatorship could not have operated this way without this key support”
One cannot blame Bergoglio entirely, because the Vatican under Pope Paul VI and Pope John Paul II played a central role in supporting the Argentinean military Junta.
The Vatican under Pope Paul VI and Pope John Paul II played a central role in supporting the Argentinean military Junta. With a Jesuit Pope accountable to the “Black Pope”, global governance is fully positioned has master puppeteer holding all the cards (global institutions).
The International Tribunal against Crimes of Church and State have wasted no time, and have issued a warrant for the arrest of Pope Francis I as outlined in their statement:
The Argentinean prelate assumed criminal liability and became subject to immediate arrest by occupying the Papal seat in the wake of the conviction of the Vatican as a criminal organization on February 25, 2013.
Bergoglio’s role in the death of Argentinean citizens during that country’s “Dirty War” and in the trafficking of the children of political prisoners also compelled the International Common Law Court of Justice to issue the Warrant today, which is one year in duration.
Italian and Argentinean citizens, and any man or woman, are authorized by the Warrant to be involved in Bergoglio’s public detaining.
“The Pope is the head of a predatory power that is waging an undeclared, centuries-old war against the entire non-Catholic world” commented ITCCS Field Secretary Kevin Annett today in Vancouver, where he delivered a copy of the Arrest Warrant to the Catholic Archdiocese office.
“Since we and our children are being assaulted by a corporation that is a law unto itself, we have the right to defend ourselves and detain or stop altogether those responsible, as in any war”.
A Public Proclamation is being read out in twenty eight countries this week by ITCCS members, publicly banning those church and state officials who cannot be immediately arrested under these Warrants.”
Chossudovsky, M and Faulkner, B. Pope Francis’ Role in Argentina’s “Dirty War”. Interview with Michel Chossudovsky globalresearch.ca/who-is-pope-francis-i-his-role-in-argentinas-dirty-war-interview-with-michel-chossudovsky/5327708
Peñalver, E “More on Bergoglio and the Dirty War” .commonwealmagazine.org/blog/?p=25586