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The Holy War against Cardinal Bertone and the battle for control of the Vatican Bank
Catholic Church Conservation ^ | 29 May 2012 | Cathcon

Posted on 05/29/2012 3:51:12 PM PDT by Gillibrand

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TOPICS: Catholic; Current Events; Religion & Politics
KEYWORDS: bank; rome; vatican; vaticanbank; vatileaks

1 posted on 05/29/2012 3:51:22 PM PDT by Gillibrand
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To: Gillibrand

The article is complicated, but it’s more than the bank that they want, because this has been going on for several years. The liberals want to take over again and because poisoning might now be more detectable (unlike in the days of JPI, although I’m not sure they even did an autopsy), they are opting for destruction through the media.

But it’s not going to work. Pity that BXVI can’t have the conspirators hauled out and exterminated with their finger pads cut off first, for those who are priests - they used to cut off the annointed finger pads of ordained clergy who had committed capital crimes. And he probably wouldn’t do it even if he could.

This just reminds us of how high are the stakes. JPI was killed by these people, JPII suffered an assassination attempt and then was systematically undermined every time he tried to make serious changes, and now the liberals are trying a different approach for attacking BXVI.


2 posted on 05/29/2012 4:17:00 PM PDT by livius
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