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Ann Barnhardt: Bergoglio *must* be deposed…

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At some point, someone is going to have to anathematize Bergoglio in order to offer any credible and meaningful counter to his satanic, murderous utterances. It should be done as soon as possible, which means while he is still alive, which means deposition as well. For the love of God, and for the sake of every human soul now and forever capable of being scandalized into eternal damnation by Bergoglio’s diabolical lies, let an Imperfect Ecumenical Council be called by those bishops remaining who still hold the Catholic faith, and love God above all else.

Pretty sure that the most recent back-breaking straw was the whole Bonino business. Or might have been that contraception is A-OK in “exceptional” circs. Hard to know, really.

Whatever set it off, it’s pretty difficult to argue against the basic thesis, but I foresee one insurmountable difficulty: it requires bishops willing to step out from behind their battlements and be the guy. No one wants to be the guy.

Now, I realize that Ann was writing in some sense “for the record,” meaning that she stepped in and said what needs to be said that other people are mostly too reticent to say. And the signal it sends to the men in charge of the Church is always valuable:

“We are the last Catholics in the Church who actually still hold the whole of the Faith, and this is where we are. We’re way past, “translations” or any of the rest of the usual, tedious roster of excuses. We have long since lost the kind of reverence for the papacy or the hierarchy that Catholics traditionally held (unless they’re Romans, who traditionally just formed mobs and stampeded whenever a Conclave gave them someone they didn’t like). We’re long, long, LOOOOOOng past having the slightest trust in any of you. If you wanted “respect” from believing Catholics, you should probably have done more to defend the Faith in the last 50 years.

“At this stage, we’re pretty much ready just to lynch-mob your asses.”

But all that being understood, I can’t really see anyone, including Ann, having any realistic expectation that any of those guys, even the “good” ones, will actually step up and do the needful thing.

And if there were even the slightest possibility that this would happen, I have only a few questions:

1) Since we have to have someone as pope, once this deed is accomplished, who’s going to be the new one? I just had a friend on the phone, who said, “This guy is such a flaming narcissist it’s hard to even imagine someone worse…” Ohhh? I said… Is it? How about someone who is in exactly the same frame of mind as Bergoglio, with all his priorities, but who’s way, way smarter? How about someone who doesn’t make a palpable ass of himself in public every time he opens his mouth, who remembers from one day to the next what he has already said and can keep his story straight? Who is, in short, plausible? Now, how about that guy, only 20 years younger than Bergoglio, so we can be sure to have him for a long, long time? Worried now?

2) Do we really think that the people who have committed themselves to the destruction of the Catholic religion over the last 250 years (at least) are just going to quit? How long have this cadre been working on their long term goals?

3) Will it solve the problem? In other words, is Francis a cause or a symptom?

4) (and this one’s for the $64,000) – Just what the hell really is the problem in the Church, and how can we do something about it?

Meanwhile, y’all can go ahead and write a letter to your bishop. Hell, start a whole letter-writing campaign to your entire episcopal conference if you’ve got some time on your hands and there’s nothing much on TV.

Here, I’ll help. This is where you can get the postal address of every bishop in the world. Catholic

Knock yourselves out.

I’ll be here watching this porcupine with the hiccups eating a banana.

Y’all let me know how it goes.


7 thoughts on “Ann Barnhardt: Bergoglio *must* be deposed…”

  3. guest says:

    The solution is real simple it’s always been the same thing. Prayer and fasting in this era, the daily Rosary, daily Communion at Mass and fasting. This formula revealed by The Lord has spared Nineveh total annihilation , brought down the walls of Jericho and freed the Israelites after 400 years of captivity. Ann thinks we all need big guns and a big mouths like her. Also, a tax strike isn’t the answer because even Jesus payed taxes and he knew they were going to be used to finance his own execution. prayer fasting rosary Eucharist prayer fasting rosary Eucharist

  4. Linda Clerkin says:

    The SMOD would take out electricity. Mostly.
    That’d do it.
    Can’t control 1s and 0s if ya got no electricity.

  5. bosco49 says:

    I agree entirely, Hilary. Nothing is impossible for God, i.e. quelling storms, raising children to Abraham from stones, and so on. I am 66 and I believe we have long lost that freedom which we presupposed was ours.

    Cheer up. We are only one solar flare away from undoing much of the financial and social chains we have forged for ourselves, and Miracles of the Sun do have some precedent. The moral and philosophical chains will take some doing though.

  6. Stephen Lowe says:

    In other words…if this is the little chastisement, the big chastisement gonna be something else altogether…

  7. Hilary White says:

    The difficulty is, Bosco, that it doesn’t require God to destroy it. The world, that is the social, political and economic world we have created for ourselves, is being destroyed very thoroughly by the people in charge of it. As Ann very cogently explains here, it is soon going to be next to impossible to live in this world in the way that we older people would consider “free”. The people who control the money and the social realm are going to make sure that we only buy and sell, that is, eat and consume goods and services, at a rate and of a kind that they determine. Perhaps the time is coming soon when God’s own Sweet Meteor of Death is going to look like a consummation devoutly to be wished, a means of ending the worst tyranny in the history of the human race.

  8. bosco49 says:

    Pray the rosary every day. We do profess to believe in the omnipotent power of God and the efficacy of prayer directed to the Mother of God. Perhaps God has allowed us to come to such a wretched point as today, where every human means to rescue the Bride of Christ apparently have come to nought, so that it can never be disputed that our ultimate deliverance from these trials can only be attributed to God and not any human agency.

    “He answered, ‘For the sake of ten, I will not destroy it’.” Genesis 18:32

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