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Pope Francis’ misguided sympathy for Judas Iscariot

16 Apr

Bergoglio earlier this week delivered a sermon at Casa Santa Marta in which he called Judas Iscariot a poor, repentant man, victimized and driven to suicide by unmerciful lovers of the law. This stunning attempt to rehabilitate Judas Iscariot, the greatest, most wicked traitor in history and despairing self-murderer, is beyond unprecedented. It reeks of supernatural evil.

(Hat tip.)

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16 responses to “Pope Francis’ misguided sympathy for Judas Iscariot

  1. Gerry T. Neal

    April 17, 2016 at 2:13 am

    I would call this sympathy appropriate in the sense that it is one betrayer of Christ expressing sympathy with the most famous of his kind in all of history.

     
    • Will S.

      April 17, 2016 at 11:11 am

      Ha! Fair point. 🙂

       
  2. Eric

    April 17, 2016 at 5:09 pm

    I feel sorrier for Pope Francis than I do for Judas. Yesterday, he took 12 Syrian refugee children back to the Vatican—all of whom were Moslems when there’s no shortage of Catholic orphans in Syria right now.

    Basically, I think he’s the Vatican version of Jimmy Carter. I don’t think he’s an evil man personally, but he’s been nominated to an important office that is way beyond his ability and temperament to handle.

     
    • Will S.

      April 17, 2016 at 6:36 pm

      I hear ya; maybe that’s all it is.

       
      • Eric

        April 17, 2016 at 9:04 pm

        Most of these Latin American countries have a strong political party that favors Leftist economics (i.e. nationalizing industries, redistributing wealth, etc); but at the same time, they favor nationalism and cultural traditions. A lot of the ‘Liberation Theologists’ like Pope Francis support that political faction. (For example, though economic Liberals, when they ran Mexico City they blocked fag marriage legislation three times before the Prog party mayor got elected).

        The point is that there’s no corresponding political movements or ideologies like this outside of South America. The Pope seems to be trying to deal with the world like it was Argentina; just like Jimmy Carter thought being the President of the US wouldn’t be much different than being Governor of Georgia.

         
      • Will S.

        April 17, 2016 at 9:08 pm

        Ah. I see.

         
    • feeriker

      April 18, 2016 at 12:47 am

      …but he’s been nominated to an important office that is way beyond his ability and temperament to handle.

      Given the vile-smelling circumstances under which his predecessor resigned and the speed with which Marx I was installed to replace him, I think it’s perfectly legitimate to ask whether or not qualification for the “job” was not only NOT a consideration for the coupmasters behind the scenes, but something they wanted to avoid at all costs. In other words, Frankie Marx serves the same purpose as does the simian-eared Muslim marionette (and all of his predecessors within living memory) who currently occupies the Oval Office: a figurehead for the global banking/military-industrial complex whose job is to STFU and say/do exactly as he’s told and nothing more – or else. Cardinal Ratzinger, the poor soul, seems to have been under the delusion that the papacy is a position of spiritual power, not a temporal one, and didn’t want to play religious sock puppet to the NWO. For some reason they were merciful and let him live (the last pope to refuse to play their game, John Paul I, wasn’t so lucky and didn’t last even as long as Benedict did).

      All of the above said, Frankie Marx has no doubt always been a typical Banana Republic left-wing liberation theologian who would have been laughed at/mocked/driven into exile outside of Latin America. Lucky him that the NWO needed an ordained Hugo Chavez, for whatever reason, to carry out their agenda on a global scale.

       
      • Will S.

        April 18, 2016 at 12:53 am

        I, too, found it bizarre that a living pope stepped down from office. That has happened, what, something like once, before, only, in the entire history of the papal institution?

        I too feel Benedict XVI was forced out, somehow.

         
  3. Mark Citadel

    April 19, 2016 at 9:54 am

    This is out of this world… I don’t even… makes Judas Iscariot an victimized hero for SJWs!

     
    • Will S.

      April 19, 2016 at 10:05 am

      Coming soon perhaps: St. Judas Iscariot?

       
      • Mark Citadel

        April 19, 2016 at 11:20 am

        Perish the thought……..

         
      • Will S.

        April 19, 2016 at 11:22 am

        Indeed, but I wouldn’t consider it out of the realm of possibility, with this pope…

         
    • infowarrior1

      April 20, 2016 at 12:05 am

      Judas Iscariot need only repent instead of suicide. Lost his chance when he killed himself.

       
      • Will S.

        April 20, 2016 at 2:34 am

        Exactly. He had an opportunity, until then.

         

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