Antipope Bergoglio speaks out AGAINST religious liberty SCOTUS victory

He hates you with a special hate. He wants the churches closed, with no access to the sacraments. He wants you locked in your house, under forced arrest. This man is an instrument of Satan.

The day after SCOTUS tells Gov. Cuomo to stuff his church restrictions up his Thanksgiving turkey, antipope Bergoglio appears on the op-ed page of the NYT:

“With some exceptions, governments have made great efforts to put the well-being of their people first, acting decisively to protect health and to save lives. The exceptions have been some governments that shrugged off the painful evidence of mounting deaths, with inevitable, grievous consequences. But most governments acted responsibly, imposing strict measures to contain the outbreak.

“Yet some groups protested, refusing to keep their distance, marching against travel restrictions — as if measures that governments must impose for the good of their people constitute some kind of political assault on autonomy or personal freedom! Looking to the common good is much more than the sum of what is good for individuals. It means having a regard for all citizens and seeking to respond effectively to the needs of the least fortunate.

“It is all too easy for some to take an idea — in this case, for example, personal freedom — and turn it into an ideology, creating a prism through which they judge everything.”

8 thoughts on “Antipope Bergoglio speaks out AGAINST religious liberty SCOTUS victory”

  1. bergoglio, with his boss Lucifer have had an assault upon Christians since the birth of Jesus. Witness the slaughter of the Innocents. Witness countless saints butchered in the name of paganism. Witness in our own timeline of living the reduction of our Faith, even by the help of the elect, to Crucify again the Saviour of the world. We need cardinals now to lead, not to wither on the vine. We watch this day after day, the assault on the Catholic faith. If our cardinals cannot do, so we must find a way to help Our Lord. Do what you can, but do something. Light a candle in your home with your prayers.

    External Solemnity of the Sacred Heart

    …”and by the crowning gift of perseverance keep us faithful unto death in our duty and the

    allegiance we owe to You, so that we may one day come to that happy home, where

    You with the Father and the Holy Spirit lives and reigns, God, world without end.


    Yea, Lord, yea.

  2. Mr. Papal-elect certainly doesn’t miss an opportunity to openly manifest who he really works for.

    A day is soon coming where we shall have to lawfully resist the ‘pope’ for attempting to harm us physically in addition to spiritually. Time to start calling him ‘The White Tyrant.’

  3. Each time he opens his mouth he exhibits further evidence of what he is and who he is not. The conciliar grotesque continues to get uglier like the picture of Dorian Gray. How did we get here? As I’ve written here before, in my opinion we’re living the consequences, in both the ecclesial and secular realm (both very much linked), of ignoring Our Lady of Fatima.

    End times? For humanity at large, only God knows. But each of us must live as if each day could be our last. “The end is near!” Or a preferred way for me: Memento Mori.

    Personally I think the Lord wants to create tons more souls which is why He sent His mother to offer us 1,000 years of peace and the eradication of filthy communism, contingent on fulfilling a simple instruction. So, if I’m right, at some point the Church which experienced the watershed derailment at VII will be healed. The world will not in any way heal before the Church does. No way.

    I find myself engaging in the absurd exercise of excitedly trying to figure out just exactly how He intends to do it, as if I could possibly. I laugh just typing it but it’s enjoyable to think about. The restoration of the Bride of Christ won’t in any way resemble a worldly, sociopolitical type event nor will it be possible to spin any explanation of it to fit that context. It’s miraculous and Divine nature will be unquestionable and I pray I live to see it.

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