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Is the report that the world financial system force PBXVI’s abdication real, or hyperbole? October 1, 2015

Posted by Tantumblogo in abdication of duty, Basics, different religion, disaster, episcopate, error, General Catholic, It's all about the $$$, Papa, persecution, sadness, scandals, secularism, self-serving, sickness, Society, the return, the struggle for the Church.
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I instantly saw the report come out on Tuesday from a French source alleging that the evil American globalist financial power had somehow forced Pope Benedict XVI’s abdication by freezing assets at the Vatican bank.  Here is the report below, translated by Google:

“Few know what SWIFT (the acronym stands for Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication) is: in theory, is a global “clearing house”, uniting 10,500 banks in 215 countries. In fact, is the most occult and sole center of American-globalist financial power, a bastion of blackmail on which the hegemony of the dollar, the most powerful means of political and economic espionage (to the detriment especially for us Europeans) and the means by which the most feared global finance breaks the legs of states that do not obey. …

“‘When a bank or territory is excluded from the system, as it did in the case of the Vatican in the days before the resignation of Benedict XVI in February 2013, all transactions are blocked. Without waiting for the election of Pope Bergoglio, the Swift system has been unlocked the announcement of the resignation of Benedict XVI.

“‘There was a blackmail come from who knows where, through SWIFT, exercised on Benedict XVI. The underlying reasons for this story have not been clarified, but it is clear that SWIFT has intervened directly in the management of affairs of the Church.’

This explains and justifies the unprecedented resignation of Ratzinger, that many of us have been able to exchange for an act of cowardice; the Church was treated as a state ‘terrorist’, but worse — because note that the dozen banks falling into the hands of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria ‘are not excluded from SWIFT’ and continue to be able to make international transactions — and the Vatican finances could no longer pay the nunciature, to convey transport missions — in fact, the same ATM of Vatican City had been blocked.

The Church of Benedict could not ‘neither sell nor buy’; its own economic life was counted in hours.”

 

So my initial inclination was to think this was all a bit histrionic, especially the typically European hyperbole over (often European-dominated) international institutions like SWIFT and of course the cruel hand of the American Dollar.

HOWEVER, I started looking through some dates on these matters, and things lined up shockingly well.  The Vatican Bank lost access to all electronic monetary transfers on Jan. 1, 2013, ostensibly due to failure to implement Euro-mandated reforms regarding protections against money laundering.  For years, PBXVI had been trying to reform the Vatican Bank, or “IOR,” without total success.  As 2012 melted into 2013, his reform process came to a standstill with the forcing out of IOR head Gotto Tedeschi, the man hand-picked by Benedict to reform the bank.  Tedeschi seems to have been nothing but a fall guy, facing a number of false allegations after his dismissal and beating them all in court (even Italian court, which is really saying something).  It appears his force out was part of the broader struggle to undermine and foil every attempt PBXVI made at reform at every level.  Tedeschi was simply an early casualty in the war against Pope Benedict and Cardinal Bertone.

SO, the day after Pope Benedict announces his abdication, voila!, the ban on electronic monetary transfers/credit card transactions is suddenly lifted!  That seems an enormous coincidence, but who am I to judge?

Anyway, I see Louie Verrecchio has written a long piece on this subject with far more detail than I can give, so if you really want to dig deep into it, you can read his post.  I really tend to think the Vatileaks scandal, the 300 page dossier on sodomite clergy in the Diocese of Rome/Vatican (how quickly that has been forgotten), and the constant machinations of the modernist cardinals like Daneels, Kasper, McCarrick, et. al., were probably more significant factors, but this may have been the icing on the cake to convince Pope Benedict to realize that his pontificate was being ground to a halt, with ongoing damage to the Church (though not so much damage as since!).  I still think there is a missing link, which Rorate Caeli has referred to, regarding a certain turncoat cardinal, ostensibly an ally/protege of Benedict, who convinced him that abdication was a safe course as a friendly, like-minded successor was assured.

I do think the many revelations we’ve seen in the past 12-18 months do make clear (to this writer, anyway) that Pope Benedict abdicated under duress. That is to say, the stated reason (health) was perhaps only one part of a very complex picture, featuring attacks on his pontificate from every possible angle.

Comments

1. tg - October 1, 2015

it’s always about money. Maybe God just needs to take away all the Vatican’s money. I think money is a wrong reason for a Pope to resign.

sixupman - October 1, 2015

Never mind the Vatican cash, the German church tax should be abolished. See how +++Kasper & Marx would fare then?

2. Dismas - October 1, 2015

God help me. From the first news of it until the moment, despite all the denials including the one supposedly from Benedict, I have never doubted that this was a coup. Short of what I see at the General Judgment I don’t think there is anything that can change my view of that.

sixupman - October 1, 2015

There can be bo other conclusion!

3. Magdalene - October 1, 2015

Not buying it!

Tantumblogo - October 1, 2015

Very fair. I’m not sure I do, either, but I’m pretty convinced something untoward happened.

4. Don - October 1, 2015

And behind it all? The prince of this world.

It isn’t as if we have not been warned by Our Lady of Fatima. And until a Pope consecrates Russia to her Immaculate Heart, with the Bishops present, the darkness will continue to descend.

I note too the sudden death of Father Nicholas Gruner earlier this year. A man much attacked by enemies of the Fatima Message. Look at what he was put through! So much perfidy, so many attacks. And Russia has certainly not converted to the one, true Faith is further evidence that no consecration as requested by Mary has taken place.

Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us.

JMJ

5. Margaret Costello - October 2, 2015

The sodomite cabal is always linked up with money. And why not, the root of all evil and all that jazz. BXVI was booted out by the Gay Mafia who held him hostage at every turn. Look who PF put at the head of the Vatican Bank but the notorious sodomite Mnsgr. Ricca? I’m glad that journalists are finally realizing that there is a story of the century if not the millennium waiting to be uncovered. God bless~

6. John Laws (@jlaws) - October 8, 2015

Louie Verrecchio has fingered Ronaldo Hermann Schmitz, a former Deutsche Bank Executive Director, in the abdication of Pope Benedict XVI:
https://harvestingthefruit.com/money-sex-and-modernism/
The Schmitz family is not your ordinary banking family. I’ve put together a file on the Schmitz’s here:
http://jonahintheheartofnineveh.blogspot.ca/2015/10/the-crime-and-punishment-of-ig-farben.html
How deep does this rathole go?


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