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Adapting the "Complete Case" for Bergoglio
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Author:  Thomas Williams [ Sun Dec 28, 2014 12:54 am ]
Post subject:  Adapting the "Complete Case" for Bergoglio

Taking a look at the Complete Case Against Karol Wojtyla's Claim to be Pope at, I noticed only Posts 1, 7, and 8 would have to be adjusted to adapt the whole of it for (or rather against) Bergoglio. Posts 1 and 8 require a mere replacement of the names, but Post 7 is where Bergoglio's heresies and heretical acts would have to be summarized.

So, given that there are now five pretty full pages cataloguing the Bergoglio outrages in not even two whole years already (here:, I'm left pondering: what are the standouts? The "canonizations" come to mind, as well as the bizarre Arian/Semi-Arian remarks Mr. B. has made off and on. The so-called Apostolic Exhortation is certainly worth bringing up, too. Should Ratzo be figured in?

But I'm also wondering is it too soon? By the time the original Case contra Wojtyla was published, ~23 years had passed since Wojtyla's dubious "election." Would it be better to wait for Mr. B. to dig himself deeper? I admit I'm anxious to see a complete case made because it seems the sedeplenist Trad landscape is becoming increasingly open to sedevacantism, and a new Complete Case could prove to be a very helpful tool.

Author:  Jorge Armendariz [ Sat Jan 17, 2015 9:35 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Adapting the "Complete Case" for Bergoglio

The answer is quite simple, give that idiot a microphone to talk and he is our best preacher. I am a total Bergoglio cheerleader fan, he is drawing the line in the sand between the faithful and the unfaithful.

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