ENOUGH of the Bergoglian Antipapacy… watch this video and share the evidence!

I’ve finally had the time to complete watching the Part 3 video from Miss B. Don’t be put off by the 2:40:00 length – consume it at 1.5x speed, and it goes by really fast because the content is captivating. It is easily the best of the three videos she has done, and at first I couldn’t quite put my finger on why. After all, could there really be anything new? Wouldn’t this just be rehashing all the old talking points? Why is it so captivating?

What it boils down to is her approach and delivery. It comes off like a courtroom drama, where Benedict’s invalid half-resignation is on trial, and the prosecution keeps introducing uppercuts and haymaker hooks as the defendant is on the ropes. It’s methodical. She drives home the point with page after page of Benedict’s own words and deeds. No mind-reading is necessary. No gnostic decoder ring is needed. Benedict tried to resign only the active governance of the papacy, delegating the governance to his “successor,” while Benedict himself retained the passive role of prayer and suffering. Since this is Substantial Error, the entire resignation was invalid per Canon 188, and Benedict remained the only pope until his death Dec 31, 2022.

As you examine the evidence, keep in mind the following axiom: Pope Benedict, in his act of resignation, needed to fully assent with his will to the total renunciation of the papacy in toto in order for it to be valid. If you find evidence, spoken, written, and visual evidence, that he did NOT intend to fully resign, that, on the contrary, he quite obviously intended to remain in some way papal, well then you have your answer. SUBSTANTIAL ERROR. -nvp

Bergoglian Antipapacy video Part 3: ENOUGH


Two hours and forty minutes and I feel like I left so much out that I reserve the right to drop a Part 3.5 video.

Remember to pray the Matthew 17:20 Intention:

1. That Bergoglio be publicly recognized and removed as Antipope and the whole Antipapacy be publicly declared null

2. That Pope Benedict Ratzinger be publicly recognized as the one and only living Pope from April of ARSH 2005 until his death on December 31, ARSH 2022, and for the Petrine See in se

3. That Antipope Bergoglio repent, revert to Catholicism, do penance and die in the state of grace in the fullness of time, and someday achieve the Beatific Vision

4. For the repose of the soul of Pope Benedict Ratzinger

St. Catherine of Siena, pray for us, for the Holy Catholic Church outside of which there is no salvation, and for the Petrine See, vacant these 296 days and counting.

Lord Jesus Christ, have mercy on us.

The Video

The Rumble-based video is embedded on this page but sharing a link to that on social media doesn’t work very well as Rumble has been shadow-banned in some places and might get banned altogether in others (like the E.U.), so Supernerd has posted the video to some other platforms as well, platforms where sharing is much easier and that aren’t as shadow-banned (but, admittedly, could get censored):



Licensing: this video is licensed under the Creative Commons CC BY-NC-ND license which, in a nutshell, means you need to attribute authorship (linking back to this web page is best), not sell it or post it to monetized channels, and don’t make any derivative works from it (like an edit which is in substantial error with the actual thesis of this video). Supernerd is going to post the final 4.17 GB video and link it here for those who want to share and post it elsewhere; let us know and we’ll add links to additional locations where the video has been shared:



9 thoughts on “ENOUGH of the Bergoglian Antipapacy… watch this video and share the evidence!”

  1. Miss B. hit the nail right on the head, yet again. It’s rather amusing to me how some of the “Fwancis is definitely pope” folks like to point to the existence of “bishops emeriti” to prove that there can be such a thing as a “pope emeritus.” There has only been such a thing as a bishop emeritus since the late 60s, and it only came about because that was the first time in history that diocesan bishops were forced, by law, to submit their resignations. The Church’s ecclesiology had always envisioned a spousal relationship between a bishop and his diocese, that would end in death. Of course, the Pope had the authority to permit the relationship to end for a serious reason, like transferring to another diocese, or to allow retirement for reasons of health or necessity, though it was more customary to appoint a coadjutor bishop, than to just retire the incumbent. But, in the past, a bishop who left his see without receiving another did not become “bishop emeritus.” He became titular bishop of a defunct diocese. Fulton Sheen was one of the last to have this happen, as when he left Rochester, he was named titular archbishop of Newport, England. Just to recap, the Council that purported to bring about this new and wonderful era of “collegiality” amongst bishops and the Pope, changed the constitution of the office of bishop in order to make it more subservient to the whims of the Pope, particularly as regards to permanence. Joseph Ratzinger was very well aware of this, and it’s pretty clear that he thought that this novelty could be applied to the papacy. He wouldn’t impose a mandatory retirement age, because that would put ecclesiastical positive law above the Pope, which would be going too far even for most modernists, but he intended to set a precedent that future Popes could follow to leave active administration, while still retaining a connection to the papacy. It is also significant that Pope Benedict called himself “Pope Emeritus,” as opposed to “Bishop Emeritus of Rome.” Theologians may argue about whether the two are separable, but, the Petrine ministry predated Peter’s establishment of the Diocese of Rome. I think that it’s also significant that Bergoglio never tried to legislate anything with regard to this supposed office, perhaps because he saw that doing so would adversely effect his own legitimacy. In conclusion, the notion of “bishop emeritus” is a questionable one, from an ecclesiological point of view, but the Church can survive while making such a small scale mistake. No diocesan bishop has jurisdiction over the whole Church. The same can not be said about the office of Successor to Peter and Vicar of Christ, however. If Pope Benedict did this of his own free will, he made a substantial error.

    1. Yes. I heard John Henry say that today from Rome. So he is saying Jorge Bergoglio isn’t Catholic and needs to convert. I can agree with that

  2. Nice work Mark. I don’t think I’ll ever be convinced there wasn’t also duress in the whole process. I’ve never seen anyone explain why Ganswein was insistently having Pope Benedict make their nwo masonic hand sign at this ordination anniversary commemoration. Could you address it some time in the future? If you read Bl. Anne Catherine Emmerich and others, they constantly mention the “secret sect” undermining the Church so I know this isn’t just kooky conspiracy here, Ganswein is insistently making this hand sign,( the one made by everyone in “the club) to a glassy eyed, catatonic Benedict until the frail old man does it himself and they ZOOM IN for a tight shot of Pope Benedict making the same hand sign. He didn’t intend to do this, this was forced on him by the insistent Ganswein, I can imagine Ganswein practiced it with him many times in preparation. Very evil, all of it. Minute 34, I’ve queued it up right here:

  3. If you’re praying for the conversion of the pope, you are praying for a man who is not Catholic to become Catholic. Such a man simply cannot be the pope. It would be like having a talmudic jew, muslim imam, hindu guru, or an Amazon witch doctor presented to the world as the pope. Would we believe it? Well at this point, I think we have to assume 95% of the novus ordo and trad inc. people would.


  4. I think many Catholics accept a fideistic attitude to matters of faith. Which is why they insist that unless an authority speaks it is impossible to have certainty in matters of faith.

    Coming from an atheist background, once I had been convinced that faith and reason can never disagree when done right, I have found that almost everything about the faith conforms to reason. There are a few things, like the Trinity, that are mysteries. But if premises are true, the conclusion follows, and the Church told us we can be certain about it, even in matters of faith.

  5. What we all witnessed was an objectively crazy situation with two men in the Vatican wearing white robes and imparting apostolic blessings. It was Ratzinger’s way of trying to disguise fleeing for fear of the wolves, but that is what he did. If he had wanted to resign the office entirely, the white robes would never have been seen again. Smart guy but not smarter than Jesus. His timidity, no doubt understandable given the gay mafia that has infested Vatican City, has done enormous damage to the point we are all now having break out groups to discuss “lgbgtia” etc with the obvious end of some declaration that sodomy is ok.

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