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A Journal of 2020 – 2


Copies of some recent Tweets:

@Pontifex This tragic pope tweets that, “We are dust loved by God.” True, but what he and his German overlords never mention is that God wants us to obey Him and follow His commands – especially those contained in Scripture and Church teaching.

@Pontifex This deeply troubled pope tweets, “We cannot spend our lives chasing after dust.” Then why has this tragic pope spent his life chasing after power, and choosing subordinates with corrupt backgrounds so he can force them to obey him? Why the anger? Why the revenge?

@Pontifex This confused pope tweets, “If we allow ourselves to be shaped by the hands of God, we become something wonderous.” So is that why this tragic pope is what he is? He’s never allowed himself to be shaped by God. It seems he’s always been obsessed with shaping HIMSELF.

@Pontifex This confused pope tweets, “We were put in this world to go from ashes to life.” The lies and corruption, the destruction of the Church, the slavishness to his German overlords, is all THAT why this tragic pope is still ashes? Is THAT why he’s hardly moved toward life?

@Pontifex Faithful Catholics pray, “Lady, please ask your Son to bring about the conversion of this confused pope. Ask that he be turned from the evil of destroying the Church. Ask your Son to make him a good pope, one who is free from his German overlords, one who obeys God.”

@Pontifex Faithful Catholics pray, “Lady, ask your Son to help us. There is a rumor that this tragic pope has a ‘secret plan’ – like the destructive ‘secret agreement’ with China – to ordain priestesses and abolish clerical celibacy. Ask your Son to stop that, if it’s true.”

@Pontifex God promised that even the Gates of Hell would not prevail against His Church, but under this tragic papacy, the Gates of Hell are very close. Help us, Lord, and help Your Church to have more confidence in Your promises. Don’t let this troubled pope destroy the Church.

@Pontifex Paul VI said the “smoke of Satan” had entered the Church. Today the “smoke of Satan” has become the stench of Hell itself everywhere in the Church. Lord, don’t let this tragically sick pope and his German overlords destroy your work. Save Your Church.

@Pontifex From today’s Lauds: “Lord, listen to my prayer: in your faithfulness turn your ear to my pleading.” Don’t let this unbalanced pope and his German overlords ruin everything You have built – don’t let Satain help them.

@Pontifex This tragic pope tweets that he prays the Lord might find his heart “ready” and fill it “with the victory of His love.” But the Lord won’t do that if this confused pope persists in not following the Gospel and Church teaching, if he keeps obeying his German overlords.

@Pontifex “Service, not titles, is the measure of greatness in the Church, Pope preaches” When this tragic pope says things like that, we can’t take him seriously. We know his hunger for power, punishment of critics, and manipulation of weak subordinates.

@Pontifex “Again we find ourselves dealing with another masterpiece of deception: the confirmation by the Pope of the elections of a new Dean of the College of Cardinals by the Cardinal-Bishops. This conceals a devious strategy.” – Archbishop Vigano

@Pontifex @ebmuc A friend repeated, “Under Paul VI, it was the Smoke of Satan that entered the Church. Under this tragically confused pope, it’s the Stench of Hell.”

@Pontifex You have to wonder if this tragic pope can, sincerely and in good conscience, pray this antiphon from today’s Lauds: “A pure heart create for me, O God, put a steadfast spirit within me.”

@Pontifex Even after his destruction of so much in the Church, surely this tragically sick pope cannot pray this verse from today’s Lauds and really mean it: “I know how guilty I am: my sin is always before me.

@Pontifex This confused pope tweets that Lent is a good time to “connect ourselves to the Gospel.” Millions of faithful Catholics pray that this pope too will somehow connect himself to the Gospel.

@Pontifex This tragic pope tweets about “dignity of the person, justice.” He’s joking, right? How can a pope who subverts the Church through deceit, crushes traditional orders, promotes financially and sexually corrupt prelates, lecture us on the dignity of the person or justice?

@Pontifex “German diocesan magazine floats idea of official blessing for same-sex couples” A friend said, “So Church-approved sodomy looks like a done deal, since whatever this tragic pope’s German overlords want, this tragic pope’s German overlords get.”

@Pontifex @ebmuc “It’s now clear that the strategy of countering secularism by moving closer to the secular culture just doesn’t work…40 years after Vatican II, serious Catholics think they’ve been left to wander the theological wilderness.”

@Pontifex Bishop Schneider reminds us in this long interview that God can do anything. He can even convert this present tragic pope.

@Pontifex @ebmuc From today’s Lauds, a message for this psychologically troubled pope and his German overlords: “Do not harden your hearts.”

@Pontifex Anorther message from today’s Lauds for this mentally troubled pope and his German overlords: “For forty years they wearied me, that generation. I said: their hearts are wandering, they do not know my paths. I swore in my anger: they will never enter my place of rest.”

@Pontifex @ebmuc From today’s Lauds: “The fool does not hear, the slow-witted do not understand.”

@Pontifex @ebmuc From today’s Lauds, for every corrupt prelate, even at the highest level, who is destroying the Church: “When the wicked sprout up like grass, and the doers of evil are in full bloom, it will come to nothing, for they will perish for ever and ever.”

@Pontifex @ebmuc From today’s Office, a contrast to this sick pope and his German overlords: “The just will flourish like the palm tree, grow tall like the cedar of Lebanon. They will be planted in the house of the Lord; in the courts of our God they will flourish.”

@Pontifex @ebmuc God can work miracles of conversion, even among this hierarchy; from the Office: “I will pour clean water on you, and you will be cleansed from your filth: from all your worship of idols I will cleanse you. I will give you a new heart and put a new spirit in you.

@Pontifex @ebmuc If this tragic pope and his German overlords express their sorrow and regret for what they have done – and are doing – to the Church, God will forgive them.

@Pontifex This tragic pope tweets, regarding the ill, that we must “integrate research, medical care, and social assistance so that they might enjoy equal opportunities and lead a full life” in the “new” Church. Anything missing? Like the four last things? The salvation of souls?

@Pontifex A friend tweeted sarcastically in response to a papal Tweet: “The four last things? The salvation of souls? Heaven and Hell? Oh, that is SO medieval. This tragic pope and his German overlords don’t believe in all that nonsense anymore. They’re MODERN and up-to-date!”

@Pontifex This tragic pope tweets about being “reconciled,” “forgiven and healed.” Coming from a pope who tolerates corruption, crushes traditional orders, takes revenge on critics, no one can take all that seriously. When THIS pope says things like THAT, he must be joking.

@Pontifex “Vatican task force formed to help bishops’ conferences with abuse policies” Great. But where’s the McCarrick report?

@Pontifex “Bishops disagree over whether Pope Francis feels ‘used’ by Father Martin” Of course they disagree. This sick pope (who never lies) says one thing one day and another thing another day. One thing to one person and another thing to another person.

@Pontifex “One should remember the words Cardinal Consalvi spoke to Napoleon, when the latter threatened to destroy the Church: ‘The clergy tried to do that and didn’t succeed’ You surely won’t succeed’.” This pope and his German overlords won’t either.

@Pontifex “Cardinal: Pope’s Amazon exhortation defectively quotes canon law, undermining the priesthood” Come on, this is NEWS? I mean, there isn’t much that this psychologically disturbed pope says or does that ISN’T defective, is there?

@Pontifex “Pope Francis has promoted another LGBT-friendly priest to serve the archdiocese of Newark as an auxiliary bishop.” This pope is so “tolerant.” A friend commented, “Hell is full of ‘tolerant’ clerics. Of course this pope doesn’t believe in hell.”

@Pontifex @ebmuc “The Vatican’s work of destruction of religious life continues relentlessly.” Meanwhile, this sick pope twaddles on about “mercy” and “reconciliation,” while the world laughs at such hypocrisy.

@Pontifex “Pope Francis Calls Legionaries of Christ to ‘Continuous Conversion’” Right, this poor demented pope lets the corrupt clerics flourish, while suppressing the good and holy ones. A friend said, “God will not let this go on forever.”

@Pontifex “I really don’t think he’s alone inside of his own head anymore.” – Michael Matt

@Pontifex “It should be borne in mind that in June 2018 Pope Francis increased the number of Cardinal-Bishops, promoting four new ones. In this way he secured a majority, as he has always done with the creation of new Cardinals.” – Archbishop Vigano

@Pontifex “Cardinal Re’s appointment is a cover for that other more effective appointment — of Cardinal Sandri — which has been prepared to pilot the next conclave for Francis, that is, according to an updated St. Gallen Mafia.” – Archbishop Vigano

@Pontifex Vatican Post Office (Not) @CaproEspiatori tweets, “Because of #coronavirus our usual confessions every third Saturday between 4:45 and 4:48 pm have been suspended indefinitely.” A friend said sarcastically, “Isn’t that too much time allowed for confessions?”



For the Nuncio:

Copies of some recent Tweets that may perhaps be interesting:

@Pontifex “Time and time again, as scandals have besmirched the church’s reputation and mission, Catholic officials have said they have learned their lesson and will do better to be transparent with information. Time and time again, they fall short.

@Pontifex @ebmuc This tragic pope plans to make his destruction of the Church “irreversible”? Didn’t Christ say something about “The Gates of Hell”?

@Pontifex This tragic pope destroys the Church in China, and when Cardinal Zen points this out, this unhappy pontiff has Cardinal Zen attacked. Like any other evil, God permits evil popes so that He can draw good from their wickedness.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Faithful Catholics pray that this tragic pope will stop surrenderung to the idols of this world, idols such as the lust for power, the thirst for revenge, the need to manipulate others, the tolerance of financial and sodomite corruption.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Faithful Catholics pray for this deeply misguided pope and his deceitful German overlords. May they be converted and turned away from the gross evil that seems to have infested their souls. Or may God now give us a good pope and good bishops.

@Pontifex Response to Vatican Post Office (Not) @CaproEspiatori – I’m sure this troubled pope and his German overlords are very happy now. They surely thought that too much time was being set aside for confessions! Every 3rd Saturday for 3 minutes? That must have HORRIFIED them!

@Pontifex @ebmuc A friend said, “For me, there’s been one good result of the destruction of the Church by this tragic pope and his German overlords. My faith has been immeasurably deepened. My understanding of traditional teachings and the ancient Mass is stronger than ever.”

@Pontifex “Cardinal Sandri’s appointment has been prepared ad hoc to pilot the next conclave secundum Franciscum, that is, according to an updated and augmented edition of the St. Gallen Mafia.” – Archbishop Vigano

@Pontifex “Although we should have friendship for both truth and our fellow man, we ought rather to love truth because we should love our fellow man especially on account of truth and virtue.” – Archbishop Vigano

@Pontifex @ebmuc This tragic pope asks for our prayers. He should know that faithful Catholics constantly pray for him and for his German overlords. We pray for their conversion, that they turn away from evil and become again the good men they must once have been.

@Pontifex @ebmuc One of the things that gives hope to faithful Catholics is seeing how God is drawing good even from the horrific and monstrous evil now infesting the Church and this pontificate. “The Gates of Hell shall not prevail.”

@Pontifex It’s possible that this verse from today’s Office is a description of this tragic pope and his German overlords: “There is no truth in their mouth – their heart is a bottomless pit – their throat is a wide open grave – their tongue seduces.”

@Pontifex “Vatican ‘got it wrong’ about China says Lord Patten” It would have been surprising if this corrupt and tragic Vatican had gotten it right.

@Pontifex I asked a friend if this pope was worse than any of the Borgia popes. “Yes,” she said, “the Borgia popes were financially and sexually corrupt, but, as many have pointed out, they never tried to undermine the Gospel or Church teaching. This sick pope does it all.”

@Pontifex A message for this tragic pope from the first reading of today’s Mass: “Take no revenge and cherish no grudge.”

@Pontifex “The Bible never says it’s wrong to criticize our religious leadership, to demand they follow God’s law, or to expect accountability for wrongdoing. Sometimes such actions aren’t just permitted, but required.”

@Pontifex “VATICAN KILLS ITALIAN ORDER OF TRADITIONALIST PRIESTS….Suppression of old-school religious fraternities peaks under Pope Francis.” A cynical friend said, “What a merciful pope we have, always ready to be inclusive. LGBTQ? No problem! But….”

@Pontifex “Pope Francis: ‘Never Dialogue with the Devil’” Well, that’s what he said yesterday. Tomorrow, like a good Peronist, he’ll probably say the opposite. After all, would there be so much monstrous evil now in the Church if this tragic pope DIDN’T dialogue with the devil?

@Pontifex “Truth is a divine thing, for it is found first and chiefly in God. Plato concludes, therefore, that it is virtuous to honor truth above friends.” – Archbishop Vigano It is virtuous for this tragic pope to honor truth above his German overlords.

@Pontifex @ebmuc A friend wrote, “The pope is supposed to have said, ‘I’m the pope. I can do whatever I want.’ And that’s true, as long as he has the permission of his German overlords.”

@Pontifex This tragic pope tweets a request to be remembered in our prayers. But if he himself makes no effort at conversion, no effort to become a good pope, no effort to end the financial and sodomite corruption in the Church, then what good will our prayers do?

@Pontifex This misguided pope asks for our prayers, but if he goes on blindly following the commands of his German overlords, then our prayers can’t help him.

@Pontifex “Cardinal Zen: I have evidence Vatican secretary of state ‘manipulated’ Francis on China deal” Whatever the truth may be, this tragic pope is bound to take revenge on Cardinal Zen for this comment.

@Pontifex @ebmuc “Huge success for petition supporting Catholics who oppose German bishops’ ‘Protestantizing’ Church….Faithful German Catholics are terrified that the German bishops’ ‘synodal path’ will ‘destroy’ the substance of the Church in Germany.”

@Pontifex @ebmuc “Cardinal Gerhard Müller — the former prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith — called this synodal path ‘suicidal’.” Cardinal Müller is in danger of being kicked out of the German Overlords Club that oversees Bergoglio.

@Pontifex “What I am about to write concerning Cardinal Leonardo Sandri is inspired solely by the friendship that has bound me to him for almost fifty years, for the good of his soul, for love of the Truth, Christ, and for the Church.” – Archbishop Vigano

@Pontifex @ebmuc Once again, this message from today’s Lauds for this tragic pope and his German overlords: “If only, today, you would listen to his voice: ‘Do not harden your hearts’.”

@Pontifex @ebmuc Another verse from today’s Lauds, for this misguided pope and his German overlords: “Evil whispers to the sinner in the depths of his heart: the fear of God does not stand before his eyes.”

@Pontifex @ebmuc From today’s Office, for this sick pope and his German overlords: “Know then that the Lord your God is God indeed, the faithful God who is true to his covenant and his graciousness for a thousand generations towards those who love him and keep his commandments.”

@Pontifex “I told the pope: ‘Holy Father, Nuncio Justo Mullor was removed from the Apostolic Nunciature in Mexico because he opposed the directives from the Secretariat of State to cover up the accusations against Marcial Maciel’.” – Archbishop Vigano

@Pontifex “Since Xi Jinping was appointed CCP General Secretary/ President in 2013, religious persecution has intensified under a government campaign for the ‘sinicization’ of religion,’ a new USCCB fact sheet states.” This tragic pope scores again.

@Pontifex “Cardinal Zen replies to criticism, renews attack on Cardinal Parolin” A rather cynical friend said, “Man, Cardinal Zen is just asking for it. The only question is how this tragic pope will take revenge on him for criticizing Cardinal Parolin.”

@Pontifex @ebmuc “New head of German bishops was behind document defending contraception, masturbation, homosexuality” A friend said, “This tragic pope, his German overlords, and all others bent on destroying the Church must be OVERJOYED! The end is NEAR!”

@Pontifex “With this election, the German bishops decided to continue their ‘path of destruction,’ in the warning words of the Regensburg bishop Rudolf Voderholzer….The German bishops have made it clear they do not wish to be Roman Catholic anymore.”

@Pontifex @ebmuc A friend said, “This psychologically disturbed pope’s German overlords are rushing toward the cliff. The end of the Church in Germany – and perhaps everywhere – is very near.”

@Pontifex “I told the Pope the truth, so that he would eventually remedy the injustice that Archbishop Mullor had suffered for not compromising himself, for remaining faithful to the truth, and for love of the Church.” – Archbishop Vigano

@Pontifex @ebmuc A friend prays, “Dear God, please don’t send this tragic pope and his German overlords to hell for what they are doing to the Church. Forgive and convert them, Lord. Turn them from being wolves into good shepherds.”

@Pontifex This tragic pope has posted a video on Twitter saying how wonderful the situation of Catholics in China is. One friend commented, “Dear God, gimme a break.” Another said, “So this is how the vengeance campaign against Cardinal Zen starts.”

@Pontifex “Pope Francis invites the Church to celebrate ‘Laudato Si’ Week” This psychologically disturbed pope never misses a chance to not mention Christ. Forget about Lent, forget about penance. All that is SO medieval. Let’s CELEBRATE! The environment!

@Pontifex “New president of German bishops’ conference has lamented ‘the exclusion of women from ordained offices’…Women and men have been accorded equal rights.” It’s strange: I always thought the priesthood was a vocation, not a right.



Danke, Ulrich, für den Link zum Video. Ich bin kein Fan der AfD (auf jeden Fall kann ich nur in den USA wählen), aber Nicholaus Fest hat recht. Wie Du sagst, er ist ein kluger Kopf. Und ich habe einen sarkastischen Kommentar: Aber natürlich dürfen wir dem islamischen Terrorismus nichts vorwerfen. Das ist nicht erlaubt. Islam zu kritisieren wäre “rassistisch” oder “islamophobisch”, nicht wahr? Das wäre doch nicht “politisch korrekt”, oder? Ich bin auch kein großer Fan von Donald Trump, aber zumindest in Trumps Amerika sind die Menschen frei, sie sind (normalerweise) frei, den Islam und den islamischen Terrorismus zu kritisieren. (Unter den Demokraten wäre das alles anders.) Noch einmal, danke!

In Christo

Robert Bennett



Some recent Tweets that may perhaps be of interest:

@Pontifex @ebmuc “The collapse of moral theology has reached its climax, wherein heretical propositions in moral theology are being promoted by the pope and many other officials to whom he has given power.”

@Pontifex South American bishops ask for married priests (, German bishops want to give a “divorce blessing” ( In other words, Catholic bishops are asking to accelerate the Church’s rush into irrelevance. Christ, where are you?

@Pontifex A friend tweeted, “This tragic pope’s ‘China’ video is the most ridiculous thing I’ve ever seen. Even THIS pope can’t be THAT confused, so Parolin must be behind it. Does he expect us not to believe serious, verified press reports of what’s really going on in China?”

@Pontifex A friend wrote, “So now this tragic pope is trying to absolve himself of China’s destruction of the Church by having his surrogates spread the word that ‘Parolin made me do it.’ What a joke. NOBODY manipulates this pope (except his German overlords).”

@Pontifex A friend wrote, “After months of reliable press reports, after Cardinal Zen’s warnings and statements, does this psychologically sick pope think we’re stupid enough to believe his silly video about the situation of the Church in China? What an insult!”

@Pontifex Conservatives grieving over “Querida Amazonia” not mentioning the end of priestly celibacy or the ordination of priestesses must now be ecstatic. South American bishops want married priests, and that gives this sick pope the opening he needs to end priestly celibacy!

@Pontifex Satan hates Truth, so what demon inspired this papal video of lies about the state of the Church in China? Cardinal Zen speaks the truth about that situation, and now he’ll be punished for it by this tragic pope’s thirst for vengeance against critics and opponents.

@Pontifex This tragic pope tweets about his “closeness” to victims of the coronavirus. We hope he’s telling the truth, but we know he may not be. Anyway, it’s hard to take any of his pieties seriously.

@Pontifex This tragic pope tweets about having compassion for those who suffer, but this poor misguided man has no compassion at all for those who suffer from his destruction of the Church. The people who can take him seriously are become fewer and fewer.

@Pontifex Vatican Post Office (Not) @CaproEspiatori tweets, “Vatican bravely insists they will not let the #coronavirus slow them down from trying to ruin everything.”

“St. Charles Borromeo (1538-1584) ‘lived crucified to the world, spiritually, trampling earthly things, seeking continuously the things of heaven, emulating the life of the Angels on earth, in his thoughts and actions.’ (Paolo V, Bolla « Unigenitus » del 1 Nov. 1610)”

@Pontifex @ebmud “Latin American bishops to ask Pope for married priests in wake of new Amazon exhortation” This tragic pope will approve their request, of course, and the next thing they’ll ask for – and get – is priestesses.

@Pontifex @ebmuc “New head of German bishops’ conference on track to ‘change’ Catholic sexual teaching” And the German Church is itself “on track” to utter irrelevance.

@Pontifex @ebmuc “New head of German bishops thinks Protestants can receive Catholic Eucharist” And faithful Catholics thought Cardinal Marx was bad? But we ain’t seen nothin’ yet. Wait till the next conclave and see who succeeds this present tragic pope.

@Pontifex @ebmuc “Resisting the Grave Errors in Pope Francis’s Apostolic Exhortation Querida Amazonia” Grave errors in a document written by this psychologically disturbed pope? So what else is new?

@Pontifex From today’s Lauds, for this tragic pope: “Though your sins are like scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they are red as crimson, they shall be like wool.”

@Pontifex “The person chiefly responsible for covering up the misdeeds committed by Maciel was Cardinal Angelo Sodano. He, in addition to protecting Maciel, is certainly no stranger to McCarrick’s promotions.” – Archbishop Vigano And the McCarrick report?

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet: Lent would indeed be the perfect time for this mentally disturbed pope to listen to the voice of the Lord and to engage with his Word, but we faithful Catholics fear that this tragic pontiff is simply too far gone to ever do such a thing.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet: Lent would be the perfect time for this tragic, mentally unbalanced pope to deal with the financial and sodomite corruption in the Vatican and throughout the Church, but we fear he is incapable of doing such a thing.

@Pontifex @ebmuc “Synod on Synodality (not joking) – Fr. Mark Goring, CC….’I’m the Immaculate Conception, and you’re not teling ME what to do’.”

@Pontifex “Pope calls on China’s Catholics to achieve unity” As the government closes churches, jails clergymen, even rewrites scripture We should congratulate this tragic pope.

@Pontifex “Did Pope Francis just encourage the communist regime in China? In the context of the current situation in China, the pope’s message is truly stunning.”

@Pontifex @ebmuc A friend said, “So, there’ll be a Synod on Synodality. I wonder what final outcome this tragic pope and his German overlords have already decided on. And do they know yet which bishops to invite so they will get the outcome they’ve planned? It’s all so exciting!”

@Pontifex “Vatican Post Office (Not) @CaproEspiatori tweeted, “Vatican announces synod on announcing of synods about synods.” A friend commented, “Well, why not? It’s as intelligent as anything else this tragic pope does.”

@Pontifex “I was a direct witness to shady maneuvers, which those in charge would describe as normal personnel transfers, through a conversation on January 25, 2000.” – Archbishop Vigano

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – But can the Transfiguration open up a fuller understanding of the mystery of Christ even for someone who has the kind of faith that this tragic pope has? (If it can be called “faith.”)

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – I’m not sure there are any faithful Catholic women who can embrace things as they are in the Church, women who can embrace all the ruin and destruction that this pope and his German overlords have brought about in the Church.

@Pontifex A friend tweeted, “This tragic pope never calls a synod without first finding out how his German overlords want him to rig the whole thing in advance. So how will he rig this one? What does he want the bishops to “freely” decide? How will he pressure them to decide?”

@Pontifex Vatican Post Office (Not) @CaproEspiatori tweets, “Saving souls is paramount. Saints of old cared for lepers and risked their lives. This hierarchy will not fail you. We offer Mass no matter what. Confessions 4 hours each day. Just kidding. We’re closed. Good Luck.”

@Pontifex If the coming synod’s rigged, like all the others, why bother holding it at all? Why not just produce the results this tragic pope’s already planned? It’d save a LOT of money! I know, the reason this expensive synod’ll be held is because this sick pope loves the DRAMA!

@Pontifex This tragic pope loves the DRAMA of an expensive, rigged synod. That’s why he’s wasting so much money on this “Synod on Synodality,” even though he’s already planned the outcome. This confused pope’s NOT a drama queen, but he does just LOVE the drama of it all!

@Pontifex A friend tweeted, “It’s so much FUN for this benighted pope to plan a synod like the “Synod on Synodality” and then control the outcome with an iron fist. He gets such a KICK out of it! Who cares how much it costs?”

@Pontifex Response to “Follow the Santa Marta Mass Live” – Why doesn’t this bewildered pope genuflect at Mass? A friend said, “Oh, the answer’s easy. Like most Catholics, he doesn’t believe in the Real Presence. He probably doesn’t even believe in God, the poor man.”

@Pontifex A friend said, “Since this tragic pope’s probably already written his final document on the “Synod on Synodality” (which is rigged like all the others), a lot of journalists wish he’d just give them the document so that they wouldn’t have to report the bogus meetings.”

@Pontifex The Vatican sees to it that Archbishop Lenga is silenced for daring to criticize this holy pope (, but it won’t silence the perverted teachings of men like Father James Martin, and others. Hey guys, what a terrific pope we have!

@Pontifex Isn’t this tragic pope’s idea of “dialogue” wonderful? And such “discernment” too!

@Pontifex YES! If an archbishop supports authentic Church teaching and criticizes this misguided pope for not doing the same, then that archbishop MUST be silenced under the “dialogue” rules of this tragic pontificate.

@Pontifex And more “mercy” from this “merciful” pope His “mercy” just never ends!

@Pontifex “At a time when Islam is being rejected by more and more Muslims, Catholic leaders should think twice about identifying the Church too closely with Islam.” – William Kilpatrick

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – We can be confident that God’s mercy will be real mercy, not the “mercy” of this present, tragically confused pope.

@Pontifex This misguided pope tweets, that prayer “penetrates deep within us and chips away at our hardness of heart, in order to convert us to Him.” Lord, please, chip away at this confused pope’s hardness of heart and convert him from a destroyer of the Church to its defender.



Note to Taylor Marshall:

Taylor, this is one of the most impressive, moving, and enlightening interviews that I’ve seen on your channel. I’ve always felt the same way about the SSPX and Archbishop LeFebvre that you did, and now I understand how mistaken I was. (But I wish, Taylor, that you could do something about the images that you post on the screen during these interviews. Somehow, at some point they at least partially block a view of the person you’re talking to, because that person, for some reason, invariably moves to his right, toward the middle of the screen, where these images are. Why not put them up for a few minutes so that people can see them, and then you could perhaps take them down? Is there really any reason to leave them up during much of the interview? Anyway, this interview, again, was one of your best. The time I spent watching it felt like five minutes, not an hour and a half, because the interview was so very absorbing. Thank you, once again, for this interview and I’m sorry for my complaints. The sheer goodness of Father Robinson was such a very fine thing to see.)



Some recent Tweets:

@Pontifex “The single most excluded and trampled on group in the Church are not homosexuals, as James Martin, S.J., would have you believe, but rather people who want to practice their Catholic Faith in a traditional way.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Yes, we should all pray together. At Mass, I’ll be praying for this tragically benighted pope, praying for his conversion, praying that he’ll be a good pope, praying that he’ll end the financial and sodomite corruption in the Church.

@Pontifex Vatican Post Office (Not) @CaproEspiatori tweets, “Vatican regrets to inform you of first casualty of coronavirus. A “Mr. McCarrick Report” did not survive. Experts caution that Mr. Report has not been well and likely would not have survived anyway.”

@Pontifex “Francis, after repeatedly and obsessively referring to ‘clericalism’ as the cause of sexual abuse, in order to avoid denouncing the scourge of homosexuality, now flaunts the most unscrupulous clericalism.” – Archbishop Vigano

@Pontifex The reading in today’s Lauds describes God as “all tenderness and compassion, slow to anger.” Lord, give us a pope like that, one without fake “compassion,” one who isn’t subject to fits of anger. Give us a pope without corruption, a good, decent, honest pope.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – This tragic pope says the Lord calls “all of us sinners” to dialogue with Him. But this sick pope NEVER calls faithful Catholics to dialogue with HIM. He just resorts to name-calling and suppression of traditional groups. What’s he afraid of?

@Pontifex Oh, this is RICH! I mean, it’s rolling-on-the-floor-laughing RICH! This troubled pope, one of the most pretentious, duplicitous and hypocritical pontiffs who ever lived is tweeting that everyone should act “without pretense, duplicity, and hypocrisy”! It’s hysterical!

@Pontifex “What does it say about the faith of modern Catholics if we are seen to fear virus more than we trust the power of God?”

@Pontifex In China, “Catholics Pray Outside Their Shut Down Churches” How angry do these “rigid” Chinese Catholics make this tragic pope? And he’s done “so very much” for them!

@Pontifex “Pope Francis tells Chinese Catholics to be ‘good citizens,’ not engage in ‘proselytism’” Meanwhile, as this sick pope tells the Chinese to obey the Party, “China’s Communist party is intensifying religious persecution”

@Pontifex “Pope Francis tells Chinese Catholics to be ‘good citizens,’ not engage in ‘proselytism’” Archbishop Vigano says, “Vatican has delivered the Chinese Church to the enemy”

@Pontifex “Did Pope Francis just encourage the communist regime in China?” Of course he did. And I’m sure that comes as no surprise to Phil Lawler, or to anyone else who’s aware of what this tragically confused and misguided pope is always doing.

@Pontifex Deaconesses? Priestesses? Sure. Because in this sick pope’s “New Church” women follow Mary, who, when Joseph told her to get ready to go into Egypt to escape Herod, said, “Hey, Joseph, I’m the Immaculate Conception, and you’re not telling ME what to do!

@Pontifex A friend wrote, “Saints like Jesuit St. Francis Xavier went through unimaginable suffering and hardship to plant the Truth of Christ in China. Now this fat, perverted Jesuit on St. Peter’s Throne blithely destroys it all.” I was shocked that she could say such a thing.

@Pontifex Paraphrase of a papal Tweet – “Let us ask the Lord that this tragically confused pope will receive the grace to discern the Lord’s path, which is the Cross, from the world’s path, which is vanity.”

@Pontifex Paraphrase of a papal Tweet: “Even this tragically disturbed pope is called to rediscover what truly matters, what he really needs, what helps him to live well and, at the same time, to identify what is secondary and that which he can easily do without.” Lord, help him.

@Pontifex Vatican Post Office (Not) @CaproEspiatori tweets: “Experts say, in wake of the Wuhan virus, gay orgies are down by 30% in the Vatican.”

@Pontifex “Polish bishops call for more Masses in response to coronavirus: ‘Unimaginable’ to close churches” A friend tweeted, “Oh, but this tragic and psychologically disturbed pope can imagine it all right.”

@Pontifex “The just and loving way to help people who affirm an imaginary LGBT identity is to guide them away from this mistaken idea and towards an appreciation of the true nature of who they are in the sight of the Good God.” And this tragic pope?

@Pontifex Paraphrase of a papal Tweet: “We seek refuge under your protection, O Holy Mother of God. Do not despise our pleas, but deliver us from the horrific dangers arising from this tragic pope’s catastrophic errors, O glorious and blessed Virgin.”

@Pontifex This pope says, “The Devil assails Christians with vanity and rage” Is this confused pope projecting here, once again? Are there also times when the Devil assails this tragic pope with vanity and rage?

@Pontifex “Pope Francis entrusts Rome, Italy, and the world to the Blessed Virgin Mary’s protection” You better entrust yourself to the Blessed Virgin, because in Rome you can’t go to Mass. This troubled pope has forbidden all public Masses there.

@Pontifex Almost every day in the Invitatory at Lauds there is the same message for this psychologically troubled pope and his German overlords: “If only, today, you would listen to his voice: ‘Do not harden your hearts’.”

@Pontifex THIS ( is an ABSOLUTELY GREAT Vortex episode! This is the kind of report Michael Voris does so well. Kudos to him! Thank God the “Dignity Mass” has ended. We pray ALL financial and sodomite corruption under this sick pope will soon end in Rome.

@Pontifex This pope tweets about doing something about human suffering. We pray that he will not continue to make faithful Catholics suffer. We pray he will also end the suffering of those who grieve over his destruction of the Church and his tolerance of sodomite corruption.

@Pontifex Is it pharisaical for this pope to tweet about “charity towards the weakest,” when he ridicules faithful Catholics, shuts down groups that celebrate the Traditional Latin Mass, and empowers heretics like James Martin who seems to despise anyone trying to live chastely?

@Pontifex “New president of German bishops’ conference foresees women deacons” The darker powers (such as the “spirits” behind this tragic pope’s German overloads) must be overjoyed. Deaconesses? Priestesses? Then the Church disappears even faster.

@Pontifex “Cardinal Bergoglio wanted nothing more than to go back to Argentina and be with his people. But when his brother cardinals called on him, he answered.” Anyone who believes that, please call me. I’ve got a bridge in Brooklyn I’d like to sell you.

@Pontifex “St. Gregory described the Church in his times: ‘A very old ship, horrifically gashed; waves and rotted planks getting in everywhere; shaken everyday by a violent tempest, foreshadowing a shipwreck.” But God chose a good pope. Lord, do it again.

@Pontifex “The term “Synodality” is generally understood to represent a [rigged] process of discernment. Pope Francis told the CDF’s theological commission in November that synodality will be key for the Church in the future. [God help us all!]”

@Pontifex A friend tweets, “Some say this pope is NOT power-hungry, tragic, vengeful, angry, misguided, disturbed, or troubled. They say he’s just NAIVE! Oh, gimme a break. If you believe that, I’ve still got this beautiful bridge in Brooklyn I’d like to sell you.”

@Pontifex This troubled pope says Lent is about charity, but how much charity does he show when he insults us faithful Catholics or crushes religious groups that want to celebrate the Traditional Latin Mass. How much charity did he show to the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate?

@Pontifex This psychologically disturbed pope says Lent is about charity, but how much charity does he show when he ridicules young, traditional-minded priests who wear cassocks in Rome with “the planet Saturn on their heads”?

@Pontifex This tragic pope probably wonders why Catholics don’t show him the same awe and reverence we felt for Pius XII, for example. The reason is that Pius XII acted like a pope, and not like a vengeful clown.

@Pontifex As this pope cheerfully destroys the Church, here is a verse from today’s Lauds that he will never sincerely say: “Take pity on me, Lord, in your mercy; in your abundance of mercy wipe out my guilt.”

@Pontifex A friend tweeted, “People accuse me of hating the pope. I don’t hate him; I pity him. I pity him, because in the future he will be condemned in this world – and possibly even in the next – for the ruin and devastation he has caused in the Church.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Or better yet, maybe this tragic pope could pray for pastors who will LEAD (what does “accompany” mean?) Catholics during this crisis, as this misguided pope destroys the Church a little more every day.

Response to a papal Tweet – And today let’s ask the Lord for a good pope, a great pope, one who will reaffirm ancient, traditional Church teachings, not one who rambles on and on about essentially meaningless concepts like “the gratuitous nature of revelation.”

@Pontifex “Shocking Church attendance numbers show decline of Christianity in the West” A sarcastic friend said, “When we have deaconesses and priestesses, married priests and openly homosexual priests, I’m sure people will return to the Church in droves.”

@Pontifex “God speaks to us in times of suffering, Pope writes in letter to people of northern Italy” Faithful Catholics pray that God will speak to this tragic pope, convert him, and make him into a pillar of the Church, instead of a destroyer.



Some recent Tweets that may perhaps be of interest, they were sent to that tragically misguided pope in Rome:

@Pontifex “Survey shows low Mass attendance among Argentina’s Catholics” And the “Francis Effect” powers on.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – We pray that this tragic pope will feel the “need to respond to God’s love” by ceasing to obey his German overlords and ending his destruction of the Church, while at the same time stopping financial and sodomite corruption in the Vatican.

@Pontifex “The faithful have a right to know these sordid intrigues of a corrupt court (like the promotion of Archbishop Sandri). In the Heart of the Church we seem to glimpse the approaching shadow of Satan’s synagogue (Rev 2:9).” – Archbishop Vigano

@Pontifex I wonder if this tragic pope and his German overlords will ever be included in this description, from today’s Lauds: “The just will flourish like the palm tree, grow tall like the cedar of Lebanon.”

@Pontifex From Isaiah, in today’s Lauds, for this benighted pope and his German overlords: “Take your wrong-doing out of my sight. Cease to do evil.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – We pray today for the entire family that is the Church, the Mystical Body of Christ. We pray that it will succeed in moving forward despite the awful destruction caused by this tragic pope and his German overlords.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – The Lord helps us faithful Catholics understand the problem: living in the “modern” Church but not feeling at home, because there isn’t a good and holy pope free of financial and sodomite corruption or free of subjection to German overlords.

@Pontifex Vatican Post Office (Not) @CaproEspiatori tweets, “We open Churches again today. When we close a them all yesterday, we no realize Catholics still believe in all that a stuff because we only ask Cardinals.”

@Pontifex “English Catholics implore Vatican: ‘Tear up’ deal with Communist China” A friend tweeted, “Tear up the deal? But why? It’s working so well. It’s destroying the Church in China, just as the Vatican is destroying it in the rest of the world.”

@Pontifex “Why does the Church Hate Gay People?” This tragic pope might want to send this article to his homosexualist German overlords.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – This tragic pope says the Lord is seeking him and calling him. But can this troubled pontiff really set out joyfully to meet the Lord, after doing so much to ruin and destroy His Church? The Lord is waiting, true, waiting for his conversion.

@Pontifex “The pope has lost his way.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – May the Lord grant everyone the courage always to tell this misguided pope the truth, no matter how much he takes revenge on those who do just that.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Pray for all those who are working to guarantee that the Church survives, despite all that this tragic pope and his German overlords are doing to destroy it.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Lord, let this tragically disturbed pope cultivate a desire for Christ. Let him understand that all the other things he has tried to achieve in life – power, fame, money, influence, revenge against critics – are nothing compared to Christ.

@Pontifex “I have shared your suffering over the tragedy of the Martyr Church in China, which Pope Bergoglio has culpably aggravated through the treacherous, evil secret agreement with the Chinese Communist Government.” – Archbishop Vigano to Cardinal Zen

@Pontifex “Your heartfelt appeals, dear Brother in Christ, have systematically been unheeded and mocked in a hypocritical and perverse way. Cardinal Parolin has acted as reckless executor of an evil order from above.” – Archbishop Vigano to Cardinal Zen

@Pontifex From today’s Lauds, for this tragic pope and his German overlords since the Council: “For forty years they wearied me, that generation….I swore in my anger: they will never enter my place of rest.”

@Pontifex A friend said, “I’ll tell you what’s wrong with this tragic pope, his German overlords, and many other clerics. They can’t honestly say this prayer from today’s Lauds: ‘Help us to do what is right and good; let us seek you always with all our heart’.”

@Pontifex A friend wrote, “We pray for a good pope, not an evil clown.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – May the Lord help this tragic pope to discover the meaning of family. May he know that his permission for Communion for the divorced and “remarried,” granted in Amoris Laetitia, will ultimately destroy the family, as he destroys the Church.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – May the worldly spirit stop moving this troubled pope toward vanity, toward appearances, toward ridiculing faithful Catholics, toward anger, toward the desire for revenge against critics – and toward other types of psychological violence.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – This tragic pope advises everyone to “Repent…The time when you lived for yourself is over; now is the time for living with and for God, with and for others, with and for love.” Lord, give us a pope who will apply that to his own life.

@Pontifex “Archbishop Viganò described images of closed churches as ‘surreal’ and ‘spectral,’ saying they express ‘the darkening of the faith that has struck the heights of the Church’.” He said, “The Goal of this agenda is the destruction of the Church.”

@Pontifex “Just as the church of Pope Francis pants after the trends of the moment, so it follows the world’s panics too.”

@Pontifex This tragic pope’s agreement with China is a gift that just keeps on giving. Now there’s this headline: “Chinese Communist Party’s New Measures to Control ‘Disobedient’ Catholic Priests”

@Pontifex A video discussion on the way this deeply troubled pope betrayed China:

@Pontifex Father Yoannis Lahzi Gaid, a personal secretary to this tragic pope, said, “We risk behaving more like wage-earners than as pastors.” ( A friend commented, “This misguided pontiff and his German overlords succumbed to that risk long ago.”

@Pontifex Along with a photo of this tragic pope walking in Rome “on pilgrimage,” @SteveSkojec tweets, “It’s weird how there’s always a camera to document his personal acts of humble piety.” A friend commented sarcastically, “Oh, it MUST be just a coincidence.”

@Pontifex Pray for this tragic pope who is suffering in a particular way at this moment from great interior solitude. He alone must be obedient to his German overlords. He alone must bear the weight of all the Church corruption, which he has failed to eliminate.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – “The parable Jesus tells us (Mt 18:23-35) is clear: asking forgiveness means forgiving. Both go together. Forgiving is a condition for going to heaven.” And faithful Cathlics beg God to forgive this pope for the way he’s wrecking the Church.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Lord, let this tragic allow himself to be loved by You, so that he can give love in return, instead of offering revenge and displays of “humility.” Let him allow himself to stand up and walk toward Easter as a real Christian, not a heretic.

@Pontifex Archbishop Vigano to Cardinal Zen: “I read the ignominious and shameful letter that Cardinal Re addressed to all the cardinals against you. I am saddened and indignant. I express my affection, prayer and fraternal solidarity in the episcopate.”

@Pontifex A Tweet from @BenedictCarter6 says: “Why do these Nu-Church FrancisBishops simper and giggle like little girls all the time? They smirk and grin like maniacs as they grab hold of each other. Contrast with Archbishop Lefebvre … kind, amiable, yet austere and serious.”

@Pontifex An antiphon from today’s Lauds, for this tragic pope, his German overlords, and all other corrupt individuals in the hierarchy: “Blessed is the man who walks in justice and speaks what is true.”

@Pontifex From the Prayers and Intercessions of today’s Lauds, something that this tragic pope, his German overlords, and all his corrupt hierarchy might want to say before God: “Set us free from all evil; show us in the confusion of our lives the things that really matter.”

@Pontifex From today’s Gospel, for this tragic pope and his German overlords: “Whoever breaks one of the least of these commandments and teaches others to do so will be called least in the kingdom of heaven.”

@Pontifex “And oh yeah, Vatican, just exactly where is that report on commie agent McCarrick, whose shenanigans elevated China even more, and gave permission for Vatican Marxists to sing the praises of the atheist Marxist regime? You know, THAT report.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Pray for the deceased, those who are spiritually dead and in danger of losing their immortal souls, because of what this tragic pope, his German overlords, and the rest of the corrupt hierarch have done to the Church.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Our God is near and asks us to be near to one another, to all those whose souls are in danger because of the false teachings of this pope and his German overlords, and because of the financial and sodomite corruption of much of the hierarchy.

@Pontifex “God’s mercy is our liberation and our happiness,” tweets this troubled pontiff. Yes, and God’s mercy is REAL, unlike the “mercy” advocated by this present tragic pope and his German overlords, some of whom are so merciful they want to “bless” the “marriage” of two men.



Some recent Tweets, directed to the Vatican, that may perhaps be of interest:

@Pontifex This tragic pope tweets repeatedly about mercy. Many faithful Catholics pray that this present catastrophic pontifcate will soon mercifully end.

@Pontifex “The great sin of our time is the loss of faith by the men of the Church… These men of the Church, while verbally professing to believe in God, actually live immersed in practical atheism.” – Robert de Mattei

@Pontifex Archbishop Vigano wrote to Cardinal Zen, “You are a courageous Confessor of the Faith and you have all my esteem and veneration!” Faithful Catholics pray desperately that God will send us a pope who could be described in those terms.

@Pontifex It’s amazing that we have all these pictures, like the ones in this article (, of our humble pope humbly praying, in all humility. Of course he has no idea that these photos are being taken.

@Pontifex From today’s Lauds, a prayer that faithful Catholics hope this troubled pontiff and all his corrupt hierarchy, including his German overlords, could pray: “Father, give us that faith which gives substance to our hopes, and make us certain of realities we do not see.”

@Pontifex When this tragic pope prays, does he ever pray for members of the religious orders he’s destroyed, like the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate, and others?

@Pontifex St. Joseph, on this your feast day, please ask God to give this tragically blind pope the grace to understand that this “mystery” he tweets about is connected to the Gospel and anciernt Church teaching, all of which he seems to be working so hard to destroy.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Faithful Catholics pray that the faith of this tragically confused pope will advance with humble steps that are real, not fake, humble steps that are not taken simply so that he can be photographed in his “humility.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Let us join together spiritually in prayer that Mary and St. Joseph will bring about the conversion of this misguided pope.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Let us pray and entrust ourselves to St. Joseph, who knew how to walk through the darkness of certain moments, such as the darkness of what this catastrophic pontificate has brought down upon the Church.

@Pontifex “In the Vatican lying has been set into the system, truth has been overturned, and deception is practiced even by the most unexpected figures, who have given themselves over to acting for the Adversary.” – Archbishop Vigano to Cardinal Zen

@Pontifex From today’s Lauds, a reminder that in the Old Testament era, there were times like this horrific pontificate: “The daughter of my people is afflicted with a great affliction, with the worst of all wounds….Prophet and priest go through the land, they know nothing.”

@Pontifex From the first reading at today’s Mass: “Return…to the LORD, your God; you have collapsed through your guilt.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – If only this tragic pope really believed in “the fire of God’s love” and “the embrace of the Father” that “renews us from inside and purifies our heart.” Someday God will send us such a pope.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – And let’s pray for all those suffering from this disturbed pope’s anger, narrow-mindedness, and vengeance. I think of the contemplative congregations he’s closed, the holy clerics he’s unjustly demoted, and the faithful Catholics he despises.

@Pontifex Response to papal Tweet – And faithful Catholics pray that the God of tenderness will heal this misguided pope of his wounds and of all the evil he’s done – and is doing right now. We pray that this tragic pontiff will be able to return to God.

@Pontifex “Vatican lying: They have said that “Benedict XVI approved the draft Agreement” of 2018, but we all know of his resistance and disapproval of the conditions imposed by a persecutory and bloody regime in China.” – Archbishop Vigano to Cardinal Zen

@Pontifex From the reading at today’s Lauds, for this tragic pope and his corrupt clerics: “Take your wrong-doing out of my sight. Cease to do evil. Learn to do good, search for justice…Though your sins are like scarlet, they shall be white as snow.”

@Pontifex From the first reading at Mass today, for this tragic pope and his corrupt clerics: “What can I do with you, Ephraim? What can I do with you, Judah? Your piety is like a morning cloud, like the dew that early passes away.” (A friend said, “If you can call it ‘piety’.”)

@Pontifex For this tragic pope: “Inner humility; more inner than outward. Recognize who you truly are: a nothing, something full of defects, capable of turning good into bad, letting go the good for the bad, attributing to yourself the good.” – Padre Pio

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Today we remember this tragic pope and his German overlords who cannot leave their prison of modernism and heresy. May they know how to find a way of communicating well with God in order to overcome the anguish of their present situation.

@Pontifex Lord, forgive all the sins of this tragic pope. Teach him how to pray, how to draw near to you, humbly, with his “soul exposed,” without the pretence of made-up goodness, without dressing himself up with his own supposed virtue.

@Pontifex Comment on this tragic pope’s homily ( – In control? If anyone feels the need to be in control, with or without rules and regulations, it’s this misguided pope. The poor man seems obsessed with exercising power and denigrating faithful Catholics.

@Pontifex “WHERE’S MCCARRICK? WHERE’S THE REPORT?… ‘The pope just does not care, period. Francis never cared about me or anyone who was abused’.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Lent invites even this troubled pope to reflect on the meaning of his life. Only in and with Christ will he find the answer to the mystery of his suffering, caused by his obsessive desire for power and vengeance, his anger and his corruption.

@Pontifex “Cardinal Zen: ‘Cardinal Parolin Manipulates the Pope’” I think Cardinal Zen is being charitable. NOBODY manipulates THIS power-wise pope. His German overlords may be able to pressure him over money, but even they can’t manipulate him.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – This tragic pope is so concerned with Christ? Really? Then why does he keep inviting UN population control experts to the Vatican? Why Jeffrey Sachs, Bono, George Soros and others?

@Pontifex “The Vatican has done everything and more to deliver the Chinese Martyr Church into the hands of the Enemy: it did so by legitimizing excommunicated ‘bishops’ who are agents of the regime.” – Archbishop Vigano to Cardinal Zen

@Pontifex Once again, this familiar proverb, for a pope and all clerics who seem to have lost their faith: “Just because a blind man cannot see the sun doesn’t mean sun doesn’t exist.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – This tragic pope doesn’t know it, but he’s dying alone, outside the Church, in his heresies. Let us pray for him.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – “In Jesus’ presence, the true sentiments of the heart come forth,” says this tragic pope. Let us pray that Christ will have mercy on him for the “true sentiments” of his troubled heart.

@Pontifex This disturbed pope tweets that “Sin is like a dark veil covering our face and keeping us from seeing ourselves and the world clearly.” Faithful Catholics beg God to remove that veil from this sad pope’s face so that his faith will be restored and he can see.

@Pontifex Response to this tragic pope – And faithful Catholics want to respond with fervent prayer to the widespread pandemic of sin and corruption in the Church, in the Vatican, and among the hierarchy. May God have mercy on them, real mercy, not this pope’s kind of “mercy.”

@Pontifex May God forgive this benighted pope for what he’s done to the Church in China, for his betrayal of faithful Catholics in China.

@Pontifex For this tragic pope, his German overlords, and all the financially corrupt sodomites in the hierarchy, from today’s Lauds: “The Lord will go forth like a warrior,…he will prevail against his foes.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – And let us also pray today for this tragic pope and the Vatican hierarchy as they continue to experience economic problems due to mismanagement and corruption. Let’s pray that the pope’s wealthy German overlords won’t exploit the situation.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Lord, give this tragic pope faith, which he seems to lack. Give him perseverance in that faith and the courage to correct the frightful destruction he has inflicted on the Church.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Apparently this tragic pope refuses to allow Christ to enter his life. This sad pontiff hasn’t changed, he still spreads his errors, he tolerates perversion and corruption in the hierarchy, and he still slavishly serves his German overlords.

@Pontifex This tragic pope’s concessions to Muslims have worked as well ( as his concessions to the Chinese ( Will this misguided pope ever stop living out his fantasies and join us in the real world?

@Pontifex “The Vatican’s done everything to deliver the Chinese Martyr Church into the hands of the Enemy; it did so by forcing faithful priests to register with a church that has succumbed to the Communist dictatorship” – Archbishop Vigano to Cardinal Zen

@Pontifex We pray God will one day send us a pope who can say the following (from today’s Lauds): “I will walk with an innocent heart through the halls of my palace. I will allow no evil thing in my sight.” (We pray desperately that we will someday have such a pope.)

@Pontifex In today’s Lauds, God addresses a plea to this present tragic pope: “Come back to me with all your heart.”

@Pontifex A friend tweeted, “The Church is crying out: Dear God, when will we be free of this tragic, misguided, confused pope?”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – We ask God to send us a pope with the same kind of heroism found in the doctors and priests he praises. We ask God for a pope heroic enough to support Church teaching and the Gospel, and to admit his errors in dealing with China and Islam.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – We pray that this tragically misguided pope will be freed from the poisonous fog of anger, faithlessness, and the spirit of revenge. We pray he will experience Christ’s regeneration and a new life that is more than a symbol.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Certainly, as this tragic pope says, “Let us stay united.” Let’s stay united with the Church, with the real Church, with Church teaching and the Gospel as we have know them for over two thousand years, as they have been handed down to us.

@Pontifex Church Militant/St. Michael’s Media @Church_Militant tweets, “Pope Believes Chinese Virus Is Nature’s Wrath” (Next he’ll be saying it’s Pachamama’s wrath. We have to pray for this poor, befuddled, misguided, and tragically confused pope.”

@Pontifex “The Vatican has done everything to deliver the Chinese Martyr Church into the hands of the Enemy: it does so every day by keeping silent about the persecutory fury that has gained unprecedented strength,” – Archbishop Vigano to Cardinal Zen

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Today at noon we pray the Our Father. Let’s beg God to give us a good pope, one who believes in Church teaching and the Gospel, one who believes in God. Lord, give us a pope who will end the financial and sodomite corruption in the Vatican.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Faithful Catholics pray for a pope who’ll welcome the Word of God not only in the Eucharist but also as expressed in Scripture and in Church teaching. We pray for a pope who will end Church corruption and will serve God, not German overlords.

@Pontifex This tragic pope tweets that the Gospel teaches us to “transmit the culture of life to future generations.” Doesn’t it also impart the Truth and the importance of Church teaching? Doesn’t it also teach that Vatican lying and the papal tolerance of corruption must end?



Some recent Tweets that may perhaps be of interest:

@Pontifex “What was Pope Francis doing, asking for Buddhist leader’s blessing?” (What was he doing? He was doing what he always does: spreading confusion, heresy, and error.)

@Pontifex “The Vatican has done everything to deliver the Chinese Martyr Church into the hands of the Enemy. Now this ignoble letter to all the cardinals is aimed at accusing you, denigrating you, and isolating you.” – Archbishop Vigano to Cardinal Zen

@Pontifex “Normally, being homosexual would practically guarantee career advancement in the episcopate,…”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – A friend commented, “Does this tragic pope find it hard to pray? And when the cameras are turned off, does he even TRY to pray?”

@Pontifex “By encouraging people not to be fearful of a real danger, the pope adds to the danger. Christ understood that some men were as dangerous as wolves. Francis seems oblivious to the danger posed by the wolves that mix in with the Muslim migrants.”

@Pontifex Headline in the National Catholic Register: “Cardinal Zen: ‘Terrible’ Vatican-China Deal Sending Catholics ‘to Catacombs’ Another brilliant move by this tragic pope. Did he pray over it? Pray to whom? God? Pachamama? Or to some darker entity?

@Pontifex “Our Lord assures us that nothing and no one will be able to snatch from His hands those who resist the infernal enemy, conquering him ‘by the Blood of the Lamb’ and by their martyrdom (cf. Rev. 12:11).” – Archbishop Vigano to Cardinal Zen

@Pontifex This tragic pope tweets about God: “Let Him look at you, and He will fill you with His peace.” But what those people that He looks at finds them in a state of mortal sin and unrepentant? Oh, I forgot, in this pope’s “New Church,” there’s no such thing as mortal sin.

@Pontifex From today’s Lauds, a prayer that this tragic pope and the financially corrupt sodomites in the Vatican and its German overlords might want to say: “Wash me ever more from my guilt and cleanse me from my sin. My sin is always before me. I have done evil in your sight.”

@Pontifex A friend tweets, “This bewildered pope writes, ‘Be still; make space for God to come in; let Him look at you, and He will fill you with His peace.’ Just more meaningless twaddle from a tragically confused, heretical pontiff. May God have mercy on us and on His Church.”

@Pontifex From the first reading of today’s Mass, some words that reflect the position of this tragic pope and the corrupt officials in the Vatican: “The wicked said among themselves: ‘Let us beset the just one, because he is obnoxious to us.’…Their wickedness blinded them.”

@Pontifex A friend prays, “Lord, when will you free us from the corrupt prelates, from the sodomites, from this troubled pope, and his vicious German overlords.” In a way, my friend has heard an answer to her prayer, in the Gospel, and at Fatima.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Let’s pray for people who are suffering for what this pope’s done to the Church – families broken by divorce and “remarriage,” old people alone and without the support of the TLM, the sick abandoned in hospital, since there are no priests.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Let’s ask God to give this tragic pope the grace to fight against the evil spirit within him, the grace to dialogue with faithful Catholics, and the grace to curb his anger and his desire to punish opponents and take revenge against critics.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – At the Statio Orbis today, faithful Catholics will be praying WITH this tragically confused pope, and FOR him as well. He desperately needs our prayers. May God lead him out of the morass of error, heresy, and corruption that he’s sunk into.

@Pontifex A friend tweeted, “Faithful Catholics are praying that this confused pope will regain his faith and abandon his errors and heresies.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – May God’s blessing come down upon this tragic pope in a consoling embrace, despite his errors and heresies, despite his apparent lack of faith, despite his tolerance of financial and sodomite corruption among prelates, despite his anger.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Lord don’t leave us at the mercy of the storm of this tragic pope’s actions. Tell us again: “Do not be afraid” (Mt 28:5). And we, together with Peter, “cast all our anxieties onto you, for you care about us.” Protect us from Bergoglio, Lord.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Lord don’t leave us at the mercy of the storm of this tragic pope’s actions. Tell us again: “Do not be afraid” (Mt 28:5). And we, together with Peter, “cast all our anxieties onto you, for you care about us.” Protect us from Bergoglio, Lord.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Lord, protect us from this tragic, confused pope. Keep us safe from his predations. Keep the Church safe from the destruction he is carrying out.

@Pontifex “Your example rips us from the inertia with which we are passively witnessing the surrender of the Church to heresy and apostasy, by following the Prince of this world, a liar and murderer from the beginning.” – Archbishop Vigano to Cardinal Zen

@Pontifex From today’s Lauds: “For forty years they wearied me, that generation….I swore in my anger: they will never enter my place of rest.” (A friend said, “It’s been more than forty disastrous years since the catastrophe that was the Council, so we are long overdue.”)

@Pontifex Hope, from today’s Lauds: “When the wicked sprout up like grass, and the doers of evil are in full bloom, it will come to nothing, for they will perish for ever and ever.” (And a friend added, “Even the thieves and sodomites in the Vatican and throughout the Church.”)

@Pontifex Hope – a good pope and a good hierarchy, from today’s Lauds: “The just will flourish like the palm tree, grow tall like the cedar of Lebanon. They will be planted in the house of the Lord; in the courts of our God they will flourish. They will bear fruit even when old.”

@Pontifex From today’s Lauds, for this tragic pope and his corrupt hierarchy: “You will be cleansed from your filth: from all your worship of idols I will cleanse you.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – These days we see more consequences of that disastrous Vatican II: a loss of faith among priests and prelates, even at the highest level of the Church; we also see more people fleeing the Church and a loss of vocations. We can only pray.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – These days we see other consequences of these disastrous decades since the Council. One is hunger. Spiritual hunger, due to the failure of faith on the part of the Church’s leaders, who provide only “merciful” nonsense as spiritual food.

@Pontifex We wish this tragic pope and his corrupt hierarchy could do what the faithful do tirelessly. The faithful have a sense of knowing where the Spirit is, of knowing the paths of salvation. They follow Christ. Why can’t this troubled pope and his amoral prelates do that?

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – This troubled and confused pope writes, “It is a time to get our lives back on track with regard to you, Lord, and to others.” And this tragic pontiff cannot see how much he needs to apply those words to himself.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Once again this tragcially confused pope gives advice to others, advice that he desperately needs to apply to himself, when he says, “Jesus, you love me, transform me…”

@Pontifex Vatican Post Office (Not) @CaproEspiatori tweets: “After positive feedback from faithful Catholics on his prayers and benediction, Pope Francis plans to capitalize on success by posting video of him singing ‘Imagine’.” (But can that top photos of him “humbly” praying?)

@Pontifex This tragic pope seems to be on a media campaign to show he’s not as bad as he seems. But that campaign will be a success only if he undoes the damage he’s done, by restoring the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate, to cite only one example.

@Pontifex If this tragic pope REALLY wants to show that he’s not as bad as he seems, he could start by correcting all his errors and heresies, as in Amoris Laetitia, for example.

@Pontifex Another thing this pope could do, if he wants to show that he’s not as bad as he seems, is abrogate that evil, harmful, almost murderous agreement with China.

@Ponttifex Response to a papal Tweet: It wouldn’t do this tragic pope any harm to weep a bit over the Chinese Catholics he’s betrayed and the faithful Catholics everywhere who are suffering because of what he’s done to the Church.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – We ask the Lord for the grace of weeping today for all the people who are suffering the consequences of this tragic pope’s errors, heresies, tolerance of corruption, and the enormous damage he’s done to the Church.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – This tragic pope writes about other people’s faith. We pray that God will restore this pope’s faith, which seems to have been lost among his outbursts of anger and vengeance and his seeming lust for power, not to mention his “humility.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – May the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic bring everyone to recognize the great need for this tragic pope to return to Church teaching and to the Gospel. Let him recognize the need to renounce his errors and heresies, and to have faith.



Message sent to Church Militant:

I’m a big fan of Michael and Church Militant, and I’m NOT a big fan of many of the Democratic Party’s policies (abortion, homosexual “marriage,” transgenderism, etc., etc.), but I would like to politely ask – and I’m not being sarcastic – a question.

Does Michael understand what the words “Marxism” and “socialism” really mean? Sometimes, measured and subtle criticism can convince and convert more people than any other kind of criticism. Loud, blunt, hyperbolic criticism often has the opposite effect of what’s intended. Just a suggestion.

As I indicated, I’m one of the biggest fans that Michael and Church Militant have. If a friend can’t mention a different approach that you might want to take, then what are friends for?



A Facebook response:

But his poll numbers keep going up ( Once again, the situation there in America now seems to be a little like the situation here in Germany in the1930’s. There was a leader in this country at that time whose poll numbers were also going up at the four-year point of his first term. His supposed thousand year “administration” (i.e., “Reich”) continued for only eight more years, though. God help us if Trump should somehow last that long.


Some recent Tweets to the Vatican that may perhaps be of interest:

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – “Hostilities”? Is it possible for this confused pope to understand that not everyone who criticizes or disagrees with him is therefore “hostile”?

@Pontifex “It is an act of charity to cry out against the wolf when he is among the sheep.” – St. Francis de Sales (Introduction to the Devout Life, Part III, Ch. 29)

@Pontifex From Edward Pentin’s Blog: “Archbishop Viganò Defends Cardinal Zen, Strongly Criticizes Vatican for ‘Wicked’ Agreement’” (

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – And may the Lord give this tragic pope the strength to cope with the Lord’s inevitable retribution for what this seriously disturbed pope and his corrupt hierarchy have done to the Church.

@Pontifex Response to this tragic pope – He says the Lord “does justice” and “is also extremely merciful.” But if this error-prone pope and his amoral prelates do not recognize the catastrophe they have caused in the Church, and repent, God will show them no mercy.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – After all the destruction and ruin he has caused in the Church, when this tragic pope stands before the judgement seat of Christ, what he may see and experience is God’s retribution.

@Pontifex No one can deny that there is one thing this misguided pope has accomplished: he began his tragic pontificate wanting “to make a mess.” That he has certainly done – and in spades.

@Pontifex Vatican Post Office (Not) @CaproEspiatori tweets: “The Pope has announced that the “Church as Field Hospital Analogy” has been closed indefinitely.”

@Pontifex “We are plagued by a hierarchy, many of whom have clearly lost whatever supernatural faith they may once have had. In short, they don’t believe.”

@Pontifex “What’s a Catholic to do? How do you evangelize and explain the supernatural glory of the Church when there is so much evil underneath those miters?”

@Pontifex “For more than a decade, we have presented the truth of the crisis with specific examples of wicked men; phony Catholic leaders; hundreds of examples of active homosexual clerics; vainglory narcissists; money-hungry, corrupt liars and thieves.”

@Pontifex “Active homosexual clerics; narcissists; money-hungry, corrupt liars and thieves are running the Church right now. The violence these men and their predecessors have done to the Church in America for decades has brought Her to the brink of ruin.”

@Pontifex “Too few Catholics know the Faith. Even fewer realize they need to. They have been intoxicated by a whiny cadre of emasculated men — drama queens who care for nothing and no one except themselves, including their own eternal fate.”

@Pontifex “For half a century, what Catholics have heard is pollyanna nonsense — ‘Love, love, love! There is no sin. No one really goes to Hell. God understands your sin.’ For bishops, it seems the only heinous act is not giving to the annual appeal.”

@Pontifex “Bishops have straight-up lied and protected each other’s sins and crimes. They have committed perjury, participated in or covered up the rape of teenage boys. If they die unrepentant, they will deserve every torture in the fires of Hell.”

@Pontifex “Bishops have straight-up lied and protected each other’s sins and crimes. They have committed perjury, participated in or covered up the rape of teenage boys. If they die unrepentant, they will deserve every torture in the fires of Hell.”

@Pontifex “Bishops’ evil prevents souls from hearing the clarity of the Church’s teachings, which in turn makes it difficult for those souls to rise to the heights of sanctity that they otherwise might attain.”

@Pontifex “The current reality in the Church far surpasses that of a brutal serial killer. Too many of the leaders are in league with the demonic; they’re brutalizing souls. There is no natural way to end it without exposing it. We have a duty to expose.”

@Pontifex We didn’t invent McCarrick. We didn’t create Donald Wuerl. James Martin isn’t an invention of ours. But all of them and thousands like them have set in motion in the Church events intended to make you lose your supernatural inheritance.”

@Pontifex “We didn’t invent McCarrick. We didn’t create Donald Wuerl. James Martin isn’t an invention of ours. But all of them and thousands like them have set in motion in the Church events intended to make you lose your supernatural inheritance.”

@Pontifex Catholics everywhere pray for this tragic pope’s conversion, and for a retraction of all his many errors and heresies, before he faces God’s judgement.

@Pontifex From today’s Lauds, for this tragic pope and all corrupt prelates: “If you turn back to him with all your heart and soul – if you keep faithful to him – he will turn back to you and hide his face no longer.”

@Pontifex From today’s Lauds: “Make us eager to fulfil your plan for the world that the Church may spread the great message of peace,” and not a message of financial corruption, sodomy, and pederasty.

@Pontifex In his ongoing efforts to destroy the Church, this tragic pope now has 130 allies, theologians who want the two latest decrees on the Tradtional Latin Mass withdrawn, with the aim of eventually abolishing that “slow and lifeless” Mass entirely.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Let us pray for those faithful Catholics who are without a home in many parts of the Catholic Church, who are shunned and even despised by this tragic pope and his corrupt prelates. May the Church one day again welcome faithful Catholics.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – “Jesus took our sins upon Himself to the point of making Himself sin. It’s not easy to understand this,” but this tragic pope and his corrupt prelates could at least try to restore Jesus’ Church, instead of continuing to destroy it.

@Pontifex This troubled pope tweets, “The Lord frees and heals the heart, if we call on Him with humility and trust,” and faithful Catholics pray that God will convert this misguided pope so that he CAN call on God with REAL (not fake) “humility and trust.”

@Pontifex “Abp. Viganò calls on Pope Francis to ‘convert’ for Pachamama idolatry in St. Peter’s…We cannot allow the flock which Our Divine Lord has entrusted to our care be scattered by faithless mercenaries.”

@Pontifex From Edward Pentin’s Blog: “Archbishop Vigano also criticized the Vatican’s silence in the face of ‘the persecutory fury that has gained unprecedented strength’ in China.” (

@Pontifex “If only, today, you would listen to his voice.”

@Pontifex Once more, from Lauds today, for this tragic pope and his tragic, corrupt hierarchy: “Evil whispers to the sinner in the depths of his heart: the fear of God does not stand before his eyes. Evil’s flattering light disguises his wickedness, so that he does not hate it.”

@Pontifex From the prayers at Lauds, a prayer that could be prayed by this tragic pope, his German overlords, and other corrupt prelates: “Set us free from all evil; show us in the confusion of our lives the things that really matter.”

@Pontifex A friend wrote, “I wonder if this tragic pope, his German overlords, and his corrupt hierarchy ever think about the first reading at Mass today (April 1), or has Pachamama completely blinded them?”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet: Let’s pray for this pope and all corrupt prelates in isolation, isolated from the Gospel, isolated from Church teaching, isolated from 2,000 years of tradition, isolated from 2,000 years of saints whose holy lives are an inspiration to us all.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – We pray for this tragically unbalanced pope and all corrupt prelates, that they will allow themselves to be free and “guided by the Holy Spirit,” and not, as seems to be the case now, enslaved and “guided” by the Demonic Spirit.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Faithful Catholics pray that this tragic pope, his German overlords, and all corrupt prelates learn what it means to have a pure heart. We pray that they learn “to renounce evil in itself,” i.e., the unethical financial dealings, the sodomy.

@Pontifex The wonders of “the Francis Effect” just never end: “The number of Catholics entering the priesthood and religious life during the Francis papacy has plummeted…In 2018 there were nearly 2,400 fewer men studying for the priesthood than in 2013.

@Pontifex “Vatican postpones Good Friday collection for Holy Land” A friend commented, “And a good thing, too. With all the financial corruption in the Vatican and elsewhere in the Church, who knows where the money from that collection would really go?”

@Pontifex “Why has Vatican II been a failure? Because the disease was misdiagnosed by the dominant party at Vatican II, who refused to listen to the cries of wiser men warning about the sickness of Original Sin and the infectious disease of heresy.”

@Pontifex “Cardinal Kung Pin-mei died twenty years ago and his beatification process has been blocked after the Vatican-China agreement.” Just one more shining result of this tragically unbalanced pope’s China agreement. Dear God, when will it end?

@Pontifex From Edward Pentin’s Blog: “Cardinal Re made a series of questionable claims, including that this pontificate’s approach to China is in continuity with the pontificates of Benedict XVI and St. John Paul I.” (

@Pontifex Faithful Catholics know that some day we will have a real pope, a great pope, not what we have now, and then, these words of today’s Lauds will become true, “‘I will turn their weeping into gladness,’ says the Lord, ‘I will comfort them and give them joy after sorrow’.”

@Pontifex A friend writes, “What a tragically SMALL pope we have now, unless, according to the thinking of St. Robert Bellarmine, his heresies and apostasy have already deprived him of the papacy.” Another friend responded, “But the next pope will be worse than this one.”

@Pontifex In this video discussion, Taylor Marshall predicts there will be two more popes as disastrous as this one, until the Church is reduced to rubble, and God sends us a pope who will rebuild it.

@Pontifex In this video discussion, Taylor Marshall predicts there will be two more popes as disastrous as the poor tragic pontiff we have now. The Church, by then reduced to rubble, will see God finally sending us a pope who can and will rebuild it.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – We ask St Teresa of Calcutta to reawaken in real faith in this tragically heretical pope, his German overlords, and other corrupt members of the hierarchy, because they all appear to have lost whatever faith they once may have had.

@Pontifex Answer to a papal Tweet – May the existence of this tragic pope and his prelates be like that of our spiritual fathers and the saints across the centuries: faithful to the Gospel and Church teaching, free of sodomy and the love of money, free of all sin and corruption.

@Pontifex “THIS is clericalism of the worst kind. Note this, bishops who have “banned” confessions and last rites in this time: WE WILL NOT FORGET THAT YOU ABANDONED US IN THE MOMENT OF GREATEST NEED.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Let’s pray for the difficulties that this family, the Mystical Body of Christ, is encountering these days. The Church has an heretical pope, bishops that are abandoning the flock (, and prelates indulging their lusts.



Some recent Tweets sent to the Vatican that may be of interest:

@Pontifex Response to a papal video – This tragic pope discusses addiction. Faithful Catholics pray that this confused pontiff, his German overlords and all corrupt clergy can break their addiction to modernism and to the idea of making the Church an NGO, a branch of the UN.

@Pontifex A faithful Catholic says she prays, “Dear God, please don’t make the next pope worse than this one.”

@Pontifex A friend asks, “If a pope loses his faith, as Bergoglio apparently has, is he still the pope? What about his German overlords and all other corrupt and perverted prelates? Do THEY continue to hold their offices?”

@Pontifex Some verses from today’s Lauds that this tragic pope and all corrupt prelates might want to say in their prayers to God: “Against you, you alone have I sinned, and I have done evil in your sight. Know this, so that you may give just sentence and an unbiased judgement.”

@Pontifex Despite this tragic pope’s sins, errors, and heresies – or BECAUSE of them – all faithful Catholics continue to pray for him. We pray especially for his conversion.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Let us think about tomorrow, when the horrors of the present pontificate – and perhaps the next one as well – will be over. Some day a great pope will again hold office, and he will need all the help he can get in rebuilding the Church.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – The motherhood of Our Lady welcomes everyone who at least strives to be good and to adore, love, and obey God. Unfortunately, this may not include this present disturbed pope, his German overlords, and his corrupt and perverted prelates.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – It’s true that in this time of crisis we can find hope, we can hope that this pontificate of horror will end soon, we can hope the next pope will be no worse than the present tragic pontiff, we can hope that God will soon send us a good pope.

@Pontifex “When I first heard that Pope Francis suggested the COVID-19 outbreak was the result of ‘nature’ throwing a fit because we had failed to take care of the environment, I couldn’t believe it was real.”

@Pontifex “Marco Tosatti: ‘Vicar of Christ’ Is Now Just an Historical Title” “This implies that it is something that dates back to distant times but may or may not have any significance today. It implicitly denies that there is any theological value to it.”

@Pontifex Cardinal Burke: “A person of faith cannot consider the present calamity without considering also how distant our popular culture is from God. It is not only indifferent to His presence in our midst but openly rebellious toward Him.”

@Pontifex This tragic pope thinks about suffering people (but not faithful Catholics suffering his contempt). He speaks of being “freed from evil.” This is what Catholics hope for him: that he’ll be “freed from evil,” and start correcting the horror he’s unleashed in the Church.

@Pontifex A friend prays, “Dear God, give us a pope who truly understands You as You are. We can no longer bear to have a pope who “believes” in a fantasy-God, a kind of Santa Claus-God instead of You. This pope sees You as a “nice” God, Who’s never saddened by man’s outrages.”

@Pontifex A friend said, “Catholics want a pope who is really THE POPE, the Vicar of Christ on earth, the successor to St. Peter, a pope who believes in God, believes in the Gospel and Church teaching. We do NOT want a treacly old man doing a sick imitation of Father Christmas.”

@Pontifex “May the significance of this serious act not escape pastors and the faithful, for the Pope releases himself from his role as Vicar to proclaim himself, in a delirium of pride, absolute monarch even with respect to Christ.” – Archbishop Vigano

@Pontifex An antiphon from today’s Lauds: “Jesus said to the Jews and to the chief priests: ‘He who is of God listens to the words of God: if you do not hear them, it is because you are not of God’.” Can this tragic pope and his corrupt prelates hear the words of God?

@Pontifex A friend writes, “So now official Vatican ‘teaching’ seems to be that God doesn’t punish us with a plague, but Gaia does. That kind of ‘teaching’ will drive even more people away from the Church, but maybe that’s what this tragic ‘pope’ (or whatever he is) wants.”

@Pontifex A friend writes, “So official Vatican ‘teaching’ seems to be that God doesn’t punish us with a plague, but Gaia does Such ‘teaching’ will drive even more people from the Church, but maybe that’s what this tragic ‘pope’ (or whatever he is) wants.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Let’s pray that the Lord may grant an upright, transparent conscience to all of us, even, and especially, to “Jorge Mario Bergoglio” (whose “historical” title was once “the Vicar of Christ”).

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – “May this tragic pope adopt the habit of examining the way he’s been tempted. It changed his heart from good to bad. How did the process begin in his soul? How did it grow?…May the Holy Spirit enlighten him to have this interior awareness.”

@Pontifex “F***ing Swede.” Or, “the blessings of immigration,” which this confused pope so enthusiastically supports (though not, of course, for Vatican CIty).

@Pontifex “In Gothenburg, a criminal gang of youths forced their victim to kiss the gang leader’s feet, while they filmed him. Then they stomped on his face until he passed out.” Does this tragic pope think the victim should have “dialogued” with the gang?

@Pontifex Paraphrased response to a papal Tweet – “By himself, this tragically confused pope can’t remove the dust that sullies his heart. Only Jesus, who knows and loves his heart, can heal it. Lent is for healing and conversion.” We pray for this disturbed pope’s conversion.

@Pontifex “AD ORIENTEM BANNED: Bishop of Boise Makes Revolution Official”…And a response: “a letter that bears all the telltale signs of having been constructed for the purpose, like fan mail sent in to Pravda.”

@Pontifex How joyful Jorge Mario Bergoglio (“historically” known as “the Vicar of Christ”) must be, believing that he’s utterly destroyed the Church shown in this video (But does Bergoglio fear that some future saintly pope may rebuild it?)

@Pontifex “Pax Christi urges President Trump to suspend sanctions against Iran, Syria, Gaza” And will Pax Christi and this tragic pope also urge a suspension of terrorism by Iran, Syria, Gaza? (“Don’t hold your breath,” said a friend.)

@Pontifex “Vatican theologian: Pandemic is God’s chastisement for ‘infidelity’ of top Catholic shepherds” The article notes that this theologian is a “former” consulter of the CDF. It seems “merciful” Bergoglio doesn’t waste any time.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet regarding Mass – “…the terrible decision to allow an almost universal ban of the public celebration of Easter, for the first time since the Resurrection of Our Lord. – Archbishop Vigano

@Pontifex “Creative pastor turns locked church into around-the-clock adoration chapel” A friend said sarcastically, “Don’t anybody tell Bergoglio about this. He’ll put a stop to it. Adoring the Blessed Sacrament is SO pre-conciliar, SO medieval, isn’t it?”

@Pontifex “Archbishop Viganò said he was ‘deeply saddened and indignant’ about the letter from Cardinal Re about Cardinal Zen, calling it ‘ignominious and shameful’ and offering his ‘affection, prayer and fraternal solidarity’.” (

@Pontifex Dr. Taylor Marshall and the Supreme “Cutie Pie.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – “This astonishes us: God saved us by taking upon himself all the punishment of our sins.” But this tragic pope’s destruction of the Church? This sick pontiff will only escape punishment for that if he repents and corrects the destruction.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Bergoglio tweets that the Father permitted the evil that crushed Christ “so that our evil could be overcome by good.” “OUR” evil? Certainly. In other words, this tragic pontiff’s evil will be overcome, no matter how long it may take.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Christ did not experience the kind of total abandonment that Bergoglio will feel if he does not repent of the ruin he’s brought on the Church. If Bergoglio doesn’t repent and make amends, he will experience the abandonment of Hell.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Trust Bergoglio, with his twisted logic, to think of himself as being served by God. Trust Satan to have thought something of the same, as God “served” him with his place among the damned. Surely Bergoglio doesn’t expect such “service.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Bergoglio thinks – after five decades of the Conciliar “spirit” – he can inspire the young with, “Feel called to put your lives on the line…. Devote your life to God.” Only in rebuilding a ruined Church can Bergoglio inspire vocations.

@Pontifex “7th Anniversary (God Help Us!) of Pope Francis’ Election….With the cleverness of a serpent in the garden, Pope Francis has played upon the gullibility and credulity of faithful Catholics.” – Peter Kwasniewski

@Pontifex Bergoglio may no longer think of himself as the Vicar of Christ (, but – let’s say it once more – he’s STILL the Supreme “Cutie Pie”!

Bergoglio thinks if he can crush the whole US traditionalist movement, he can “modernize” the Church in the US. But if he could crush the traditionalists, that would be the end of the US Church, because the traditionalist part is the only part that’s not disappearing.

@Pontifex The Jesuits tweet that “The Vatican is quiet, but the Easter spirit is building” A friend responded, “If the Jesuits are behind this ‘spirit,’ or better, “If this ‘spirit’ is behind the Jesuits, then God help us.”

@Pontifex A friend tweeted, “In spite of Bergoglio’s pious blurts, it’s clear that he no long really believes in God or in the power of His Mother. Of course, that doesn’t matter, because, as Mary said, in the end Her ‘Immaculate Heart will triumph,’ (even against Bergoglio).”

@Pontifex “The unassailable and unfailing source of our joy,” says Cardinal Burke,”is to suffer with Christ for the Church, for the love of God and our neighbor.” – Consolation for faithful Catholics as we suffer through Bergoglio’s pontificate of horror.

@Pontifex A friend commented (as many others have): “During this time of no Mass and no sacraments, Bergoglio’s Church of Accompaniment has become Bergoglio’s Church of Abandonment.”



Some recent Tweets sent to the Vatican which may perhaps be of interest:

@Pontifex What a great guy! What a sense of humor! You just can’t top Bergoglio when it comes to jokes!

@Pontifex Even now, the question still lingers: what kind of a pope transforms a flourishing, faithful bastion of Catholic orthodoxy and piety like the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate into another post-conciliar dead zone? A good pope? Or an evil one?

@Pontifex A friend writes, “Never forget that in spite of all the damage that Bergoglio, his German overlords, and all the other corrupt prelates have inflicted on the Church, they are in the final analysis utterly powerless: ‘In the end, my Immaculate Heart will triumph’.”

@Pontifex A friend wrote, “Bergoglio wants to see more vocations to the priesthood? He won’t get them until he stops turning flourishing, conservative religious communities like the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate into ‘post-conciliar dead zones’.”

@Pontifex A friend said “You know what I think? I think that as Bergoglio tries to turn the Church into more and more of an NGO, what he’s really doing is bucking for election as the next UN Secretary General!” And then she burst out laughing.

@Pontifex Another friend said, “Does Bergoglio REALLY think being Secretary General of the UN is more important than being pope?” Still another friend answered, “You betcha!”

@Pontifex Of course all faithful Catholics continue to pray for this tragic pope. We ask God to convert him and free him, once and for all, from his errors and his heresies.

@Pontifex A friend added, “Yes, we pray that God will make Bergoglio a pope, instead of a clown who hides his anger and thoughts of revenge behind a mask of fake humility and merriment.”

@Pontifex A friend wrote, “So Bergoglio thinks that ‘Vicar of Christ’ is just a ‘historical title’ ( Well, as far as Bergoglio is concerned, I think ‘pope’ is just a ‘historical title’ too.”

@Pontifex Someone said, “Well, why CAN’T Bergoglio be UN Secretary General? After all, the current Secretary General, Antonio Guterres, used to be Prime Minister of Portugal. The pope is “prime minister” of the Vatican State, so why can’t he change jobs just as Guterres did?”

@Pontifex A friend said, “All of us have been wrong. Now that the Vatican State is just an NGO, and no longer a Church, and the pope no longer “Vicar of Christ” (, the Vatican can join the EU. Bergoglio wants to be President of the European Commission!”

@Pontifex Still another friend said, “Stop making fun of Bergoglio! The poor man is clearly mentally unbalanced, and we need to pray for him!”

@Pontifex Faithful Catholics pray, “Lord, whatever sins we committed that you should burden us with someone like Bergoglio, forgive us those sins, we beg You, and send us a good pope. Or at least, Lord, send us a POPE!”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – In places where Bergoglio’s errors are rampant, there is the danger of a grave tragedy. Let us pray for Bergoglio, since he is responsible for the destruction of the Church, that he will be converted and rebuild what he’s destroyed.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Bergoglio’ll be judged on his relationship with the poor, but also on whether he believed in the Gospel and Church teaching. When Jesus says, “If you want to enter life, keep the commandments,” he’s saying, “Bergoglio’ll be judged on that.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Bergoglio’s tragedy is that he’s caught up in things don’t matter: the lust for power, punishing critics, the pursuit of money, supporting corrupt prelates. He ought to rediscover that the papacy is of no use without Truth and the Gospel.

@Pontifex Anyone who watches this video (, will understand what an incredible blunder it was for Bergoglio to sign the agreement with China. Cardinal Zen’s absolutely right. Moreover, China is dangerous not only for the Church, but also… Watch the video.

@Pontifex “Pell had started to institute reforms within the Vatican’s finances, opening them up to a degree of scrutiny never seen before. But he encountered resistance from vested interests within the Vatican.” “Vested interests”? I.e., corrupt prelates.

@Pontifex I said to a friend, “Isn’t it great? Cardinal Pell is FREE!” My friend answered, “Well, Bergoglio and all the corrupt Vatican prelates will find some other way of getting rid of Pell. They can’t have him examining Vatican finances AGAIN!”

@Pontifex This tragic pope tweets: “Let us pray today for those persons who suffer due to an unjust sentence, because someone had it in for them.” And let’s pray for those persons, like Bergoglio, who pretend innocence but have sinned again and again against God and the Church.

@Pontifex This tragic pope tweets: “There are times in life when we fall. We ask for the grace, when we fall, to weep as Peter wept.” Bergoglio’s fallen again and again by attempting to ruin and destroy the Church. But does he weep over that? A friend said, “Don’t make me laugh.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Bergoglio should pray, “In these holy days let me stand before the Crucified One and ask for the grace to repent for all the ruin I have brought into the Church, and for my tolerance of corruption and perversion among the hierarchy.”

@Pontifex “Many Novus Ordo parishes have a cult of personality around a charismatic priest. I’ve been to countless Traditional Latin Masses over the years. I don’t remember the priests very well, but I remember that Christ was there.” – Joseph Sciambra

@Pontifex “‘Unpatriotic’ Catholic Churches Shut Down Across China” (Isn’t it great how wonderfully “the Francis Effect is working? Bergoglio must be VERY proud – and overjoyed!)

@Pontifex Alexander Tschugguel, who threw the Pachamama idols into the Tiber, was recently ill with the corona virus. During that time, he offered up his sufferings for this tragic pope ( Let’s all pray for that sick old man and for his coversion.

@Pontifex “Vigano said that in the Vatican, ‘lying is set into the system, truth is totally overturned, and the most perverse deception is shamelessly practiced even by the most unexpected figures’ who have become ‘accomplices of the Adversary’.”

@Pontifex A friend said, “If this pope isn’t converted quickly, or if this pontificate doesn’t end soon, the destruction Bergoglio is causing in the Church will be so widespread that the Gates of Hell will almost have prevailed. Christ, remember your promise!”

@Pontifex “How many Judas Iscariots are there in our own days who, in exchange for some material benefits, sell the truth, hand over their neighbor, and hang themselves on the rope of eternal damnation.” And so we must pray for this sick pope’s conversion.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Let’s pray today for the corrupt Vatican officials who take money for the poor and use it to advance the Vatican’s financial interests. They “profit from the needs of others.” May the Lord touch, convert their hearts.

@Pontifex “Pope Francis drops ‘Vicar of Christ’ title in Vatican yearbook” (It’s just as well. He gave up being the “Vicar of Christ” a long time ago, if he ever was.)

@Pontifex “Vatican theologian: Pandemic is God’s chastisement for ‘infidelity’ of top Catholic shepherds” (And “infidelity” hardly does justice to their behavior.)

@Pontifex And how will Bergoglio, this tragic pope, punish this theologian?

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Humble Bergoglio admits he has a “little Judas within,” just as “we all have within ourselves.” But in the case of this psychologically sick and destructive pope, his Judas is anything but little. We pray always for the poor man’s conversion.

@Pontifex “The Church in the U.S. is bolstered by appearance. Moral authority is shot to Hell. Supernatural faith is all but gone in the episcopate. Catechesis? Non-existent. Evangelization is a joke – pandering to Protestants, political correctness.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – The Lord does not abandon even a destructive pope like Bergoglio, although Bergoglio has apparently abandoned Him. And God will never forget Bergoglio, even though Bergoglio seems to have forgotten Him.

@Pontifex More Francis Effect: “After the Vatican agreement, China started to eliminate the unofficial Church. Each priest must adhere to the “independent Church,” avoid foreigners, stop religious education of young people, limit religious activities.”

@Pontifex Bergoglio’s agreement with China has no end of wonderful results! “A Chinese priest has been taken into custody by police because he refused to sign a statement of support for an ‘independent’ Catholic Church.”

@Pontifex “Head of Iran’s Muslim seminaries writes letter to Pope, calls for greater collaboration with Church” Wow! Great! An opportunity for Bergoglio to sign another wonderful agreement like the one he signed with China!

@Pontifex “Priest allows Muslims to chant Islamic supremacy prayer during Mass” Bergoglio must be overjoyed. After all, it’s one more step on a journey of ‘dialogue and encounter with (our) Muslim brothers and sisters’.”

@Pontifex “Vatican’s new special Mass for pandemic doesn’t mention God’s wrath, unlike original” A friend commented sarcastically, “Of COURSE that’s not mentioned! ‘God’s wrath’ is SO pre-Vatican II, so VERY medieval! We’re the ‘Church of Nice’ now!”

@Pontifex “Abp Viganò: Has Pope Francis now ‘disavowed’ being Vicar of Christ?…The Pope now seems to declare himself ‘absolute monarch even with respect to Christ,’ said the archbishop” (A friend commented, “You can see why Viganò fears for his life.”)

@Pontifex “Pope creates another commission to study female diaconate” A friend said, “It’s a tried and true strategy: keep creating commissions until they give you the desired answer. And until they understand what punishment will follow the wrong answer.”

@Pontifex And Pope Bergoglio bows once again to his German overlords: “Pope creates another commission to study female diaconate”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Let us all – priests and laity – pray that Bergogio will go beyond his usual fake humility and find the real humility that will allow him to beg God for forgiveness for the terrible ruin he’s brought – and is still bringing – on the Church.

Response to a papal Tweet – Certainly, let us pray and follow the Easter Triduum liturgies, as we beg God to convert this confused pope so that his destruction of the Church will end.

@Pontifex “A Catholic priest of the Diocese of Viterbo, Italy, has publicly disavowed Jorge Mario Bergoglio as the Pope” (The next thing Bergoglio will do, of course, is destroy this priest. However, we can be sure he will do it “mercifully.”)

@Pontifex “In new interview, Pope Francis says pandemic can be a ‘place of conversion’” (Dear God, let the pandemic be a “place of conversion” even for this psychologically disturbed and error-prone pontiff.)

@Pontifex “Pope St. Leo the Great, St. Augustine, St. Thomas Aquinas, St. Catherine of Siena, the Catechism of the Council of Trent, and the Church’s liturgy are all of one accord regarding the fate of Judas Iscariot.” But not tragic Bergoglio, of course.

@Pontifex “Pope Francis approves new bishops’ body to remake regional church with ‘amazonian face’” O joy! An “amazonian face” like the Yanomami tribe, with its infanticide, and where no missionary has baptized anyone in 53 years!



Dear Klaus,

I’m writing to you for two reasons:

1. I want to thank you VERY MUCH for having me order two copies of “Stealth War,” one for me and one for yourself. If General Spalding’s comments in the YouTube videos were remarkable, what he says in the book is absolutely explosive. I would never have read the book if you hadn’t asked me to order it – and to order two copies. The book should be translated into German immediately (although I suspect the CCP would find a way of preventing that) and read by every member of the German government and every member of the Bundestag. In fact, it should be read by every German citizen, by every EU citizen.

2. The second reason for writing is this: If you want to start reading the book NOW, before your hardcover edition arrives. I could copy it to your laptop, and you could read it with Adobe, or with some other software that could be installed. To do that, though, you would have to bring your laptop here, so that I could transfer it from my desktop. My tablet version of the book couldn’t be transferred, because if I brought the tablet to your place, there would be no way of connecting it to your laptop. Here, your laptop could be connected to my main computer by cable, as we did once or twice before.

However, you may want to simply wait for the the hardcover edition. The seller said it could take 11 days after it’s shipped from the U.S. Perhaps the corona epidemic is part of the delay – or again, maybe the CCP is at work. Who knows? (By the way, I just looked at Amazon Germany, and now there is only ONE COPY of the book availble – for EUR 45.95!! Or there’s an audio book that you can download “free,” but the software you have to install will eventually cost money. And now there is no Kindle version, as there was a few days ago. Again, the CCP? Or am I getting overly suspicious?)

A little while ago, when I stopped reading in order to write this message, I also tuned into the BBC, which was full of news about the epidemic. I felt a sense of anger listening to that news, because after reading about all the CCP horrors in “Stealth War,” I was presented with news about the damage around the world that is being caused by this horrible epidemic that started in – where? – CHINA!

So anyway, I’ll be happy to install an electronic version of the book on your laptop if you’d like me to.

In Christo Rege,



Another message sent to Klaus Beckmann:

One other thing just occurred to me. I’m sure the hackers in the People’s Liberation Army will be working overtime to see that Trump is defeated in November, since he at least partly understands what the Chinese are doing (while Joe Biden is practically an honorary member of the CCP). I hope the Russians support Trump again this time, with every bit of cyber ingenuity they possess, and that they win (again).

Yes, one thing Spalding’s book has DEFINITELY done for me: it’s made me a Trump supporter, in spite of everything.




Dear Mr. President,

I am reading General Robert Spalding’s book “Stealth War.” It’s convinced me that the Chinese are all in for Joe Biden, because Biden will give them everything they want. (And they want everything.)

I’m afraid you don’t have a chance in November. Not against the Chinese and the power they have, as General Spalding describes in his book.

Best regards,

Robert John Bennett



Joe Biden’s message concerning “faith” could be taken a lot more seriously if it didn’t come from a man who supports such activities as the murder of a child in its mother’s womb, homosexual / sodomite “marriage,” and drag queens in libraries reading stories to children.


Robert John Bennett


Message to Klaus Beckmann:

Yes, Bannon wanting to draw Russia – not China – into the US camp makes more sense. I suppose after Russia seized Crimea, though, that became impossible, so Russia had no choice except this strategic “partnership” with China.

As I watched the video, I kept thinking about what Spalding says in his book, namely, that China so often PRETENDS to enter into a “partnership” with another country, and it PRETENDS to want to “help” the other country, but in reality it does NOTHING that is not to its own advantage. If I follow Spalding’s thinking to its logical conclusion, China will slowly, secretly, without anyone being aware of it, turn Russia into a kind of Chinese colony, as it has done or is trying to do with other countries everywhere.

I found it enlightening, though, that one of the Russians in the video referred briefly to the dangers of Russia falling into a Chinese “debt trap.” Spalding points out that that is exactly what has happened in other countries that China has “helped.” China offers “assistance” that is in effect a loan, and when the country has repayment difficulties, it then becomes dependent on China and has to do its bidding. Sri Lanka is one example that Spalding gives.

But what I found really breathtaking about the video was that Russia has WELCOMED Huawei’s construction of a 5G network in Russia! I call it breathtaking because Spalding points out that such a network gives China total surveillance capability of everything that goes on in a country and in its business and industry. It gives China the opportunity to control a country’s power plants, its electical and digital networks, everything. If the Russians really do allow Huawei to build a 5G network in Russia, then it’s good-bye to a Russia that is in any way independent of China, “debt trap” or no “debt trap.”

In Christo Rege,




Some recent Tweets to the Vatican that may perhaps be of interest:

@Pontifex In a recent article at, the author mentioned a book that Bergoglio might want to read. It would prevent him from making so many errors. The book is called “The Politically Incorrect Guide to Catholicism” by John Zmirak

@Pontifex I’m sure this will be of absolutely no interest to this tragic pope, but I’m sending it anyway, just in case: “Archbishop Viganò asks Bishops and Priests to recite an Exorcism on Holy Saturday”

@Pontifex “The Vatican’s in recent years delivered the Chinese Martyr Church ‘into the hands of the Enemy.’ Then Archbishop Viganò praised Cardinal Zen for defending the Church in the face of ‘heresy and apostasy’ at the highest levels of the hierarchy.” (

@Pontifex From Edward Pentin’s Blog: “Archbishop Vigano’s letter comes as criticism continues to mount over the Vatican’s policy towards China, with the most recent reproach coming from the last Governor of Hong Kong, Lord Patten of Barnes.” (

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Faithful Catholics pray that Bergoglio too will “gaze upon the outstretched arms of Christ crucified, and let himself “be saved,” at least once, by abandoning his destruction of the Church and by repairing the awful damage he has done.

@Pontifex Vatican Post Office (Not) @CaproEspiatori Tweets, “In an effort to resume normality after this great crisis, Pope appoints commission to examine women deaconess to determine whether China says it is ok.”

@Pontifex “Vatican thanks China for donation of health supplies” (I wonder if the Vatican – while thanking China for its generosity – could maybe also mention that it would be nice if China could stop persecuting Catholics and closing Churches.)

@Pontifex “Pope Francis doubles down: Pandemic is ‘nature’s response’ to environmental damage” (What else could we expect? Of course Bergoglio is “humble,” but not to such a degree that he would ever admit he made a mistake – or, God forbid, an error.)

@Pontifex “Archbishop Viganò has called the dropping of Pope Francis’ essential title ‘Vicar of Christ’ from the 2020 Pontifical Yearbook an act that appears to ‘officially alter the Papacy,’ such that the Pope ‘no longer recognizes himself as guardian’.”

@Pontifex “An influential, liberal Catholic who negotiated extensively with the Chinese, Lord Patten said the Vatican has ‘got it badly wrong about China’ in its efforts at rapprochement with President Xi.” (Bergoglio abandons Chinese Catholics anyway.)

@Pontifex Once again, every time I read these verses from Lauds, I think of Bergoglio and all the other misguided post-conciliar prelates and priests: “For forty years they wearied me, that generation. I said: their hearts are wandering, they do not know my paths.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – His gaze is directed not to our eyes but to our heart, as if to say: the power of the Risen One overcomes even the destruction that Bergoglio, his German overlords, and all other corrupt priests and prelates have wreaked in the Church.

@Pontifex This tragic Pope Bergolio talks about the betrayal of Judas (, but how many millions of Chinese Catholics has Bergoglio betrayed with his wretched (and still secret) agreement with the communists in China? (

@Pontifex You have to wonder what the communist government gave to McCarrick when he went to Beijing to “negotiate” the Vatican’s agreement with China. Judas’ betrayal cost 30 pieces of silver. And McCarrick’s? 30 pretty Chinese boys?

@Pontifex This confused and troubled pope tweets: “Let us direct our gaze to the Man of the Shroud, in whom we recognize the features of the Servant of the Lord, which Jesus accomplished in His Passion.” (My question: How do you “accomplish features”?)

@Pontifex “Persecution of Catholics in China is unfolding in a way the ‘world has never seen the likes of’.” And Bergoglio says not a word, because China is the country that is “best implementing the Church’s social doctrine.” ROTFL

@Pontifex “PELL ACQUITTAL EXPOSES VATICAN HYPOCRISY. Others accused of corruption are given diplomatic immunity. Cardinal Ferrer, in a French scandal, stayed in the Vatican. Pell’s finding Vatican financial corruption may have caused the attacks on him.”

@Pontifex “I am close, I am close to you all,’ Pope Francis said on Good Friday, making a surprise call-in to a live Italian TV program.” (Except if you’re a “rigid,” “neo-Pelagian” faithful Catholic. In that case, Bergoglio couldn’t care less about you.)

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – “Do not be afraid, do not yield to fear:” Bergoglio and all his corrupt prelates cannot destroy the Church. Christ promised, “The Gates of Hell will not prevail against it,” and Our Lady said, “In the end, My Immaculate Heart will triumph.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet: “Let us silence the cries of death,” expressed in Bergoglio’s confused and heretical utterances. Let’s pray for an end to the financial corruption and the sodomite perversion among the hierarchy, especially among Bergoglio’s German overlords.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – “Tonight we acquire a fundamental right: the right to hope. It is a new and living hope that comes from God.” We hope the Church will one day be restored, after the monstrous damage that Bergoglio and the “spirit of the Council” have caused.

@Pontifex “The Pope has the grave duty to protect the ‘little ones.’ The Pope cannot passively stand by or be silent as he watches the ‘wolves’ devour the flock or the ‘arsonists’ set fire to the house.” – Bishop Athanasius Schneider (

@Pontifex A friend said, “Bergoglio signed the agreement with China in exchange for badly needed cash. That’s why McCarrick was sent to Beijing. He was always good at getting money out of people. The Chinese were more than willing to help, in exchange for control of the Church.”

@Pontifex “The ‘synodal path’ that is now underway (in Germany) has already openly shown that there is a division between those who still have the Catholic and apostolic faith and those who reject or question some of its essential contents.” (

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet: “In this night, the Church’s voice rings out: ‘Christ, my hope, is risen!’.” (And with the risen Christ there also rises the hope that Bergoglio’s reign of horror will soon end, and not be followed by a worse one.)

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – This tragic pope’s indifference to the Gospel and Church teaching, his self-centeredness expressed in vengeance toward critics, his dividing of the Church, his forgetfulness of his own mistakes and errors – Lord, preserve us from that horror.

@Pontifex Far in the future God will send us a pope who can write an honest and sincere message like this one: Until then we suffer under the monstrosities of Bergoglio’s horrific reign. But we unite our sufferings with those of Christ; we suffer with joy.

@Pontifex Lord, we beg you, convert this tragic Pope Bergoglio from his errors and his heresies. Make him a good pope.

@Pontifex “It is realistic to imagine a situation in which priests and bishops in other countries will not be able to maintain communion with those German bishops who advocate heretical teachings.” (

@Pontifex Lord, give this sorry pope, Bergoglio, the grace to turn from his evil ways and come back to the Truth. Dear God, we beg You.

@Pontifex A paraphrase of part of the Prayers and Intercessions in today’s Lauds: “Guide this confused Bergoglio’s steps today along the path that leads to God.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – “Let us pray for government leaders, scientists and politicians,” but most of all let us pray for this tragic pope, Bergoglio, that he may “find the right way” back to God, to the Truth, and to clarity, far from confusion, error and heresy.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Let us pray for this tragic pope, Bergoglio, that he may “find the right way” to relieve the suffering he has caused for the Catholics of China, who are being destroyed by Bergoglio’s Judas-like betrayal in the Vatican-China agreement.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – This tragic pope won’t “bet on life,” in favor of a return to Truth, the Gospel, and Church teaching. He will be “turning back to the tomb” or error, heresy, and financial and sodomite corruption among his prelates and his German overlords.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – We should all “remember the efforts that so many women make” to remain faithful to the Gospel and the teachings of the Church, no matter how hard this tragic pope tries to lead us all into error and heresy and perversion.

@Pontifex “’Boy Lover’ Symbolism? Francis’ World Youth Day Vestments seem to feature Pedophile Logo” (Just an unfortunate coincidence, no doubt…)

@Pontifex “JUDAS GETS PAPAL INDULGENCE….Francis misquotes Bible trying to rehab traitor”

@Pontifex “Francis is a dork.” – Michael J. Matt, Remnant TV,

@Pontifex “The present confusion (about the Faith) could even increase if these heretical (German) bishops were still to be recognized formally by the Pope.” (

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Let us pray that the Lord might give this tragic pope, his German overlords, and the corrupt prelates in the Vatican and elsewhere the grace of conversion and unity in the true and timeless teachings of the Church, not in heretical fantasies.

@Pontifex Response to this confused pope – “To repent means returning to faithfulness.” Today let’s ask God to give this pope the grace to be faithful to Truth, not to his illusions, which have led to so much ruin and destruction in the Church. Lord, make even Bergoglio faithful.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – “Jesus’ resurrection shows us that death does not have the last word…” It is possible to have a positive outlook even on the death and destruction Bergoglio has brought about in the Church. Even Satan cannot kill the life of the Church.

@Pontifex “After two years of revelations about negligence, and complicity with evil, you’d think the hierarchy’d step up and get with the program. The more stuff that gets exposed, the less people trust those in charge, and perhaps that’s a good thing.”

@Pontifex “In uncertain times, our ultimate goal should be to remain faithful to the Lord,” Francis said. (Is that Bergoglio’s goal, despite his anger, vengeance against critics, betrayal of the Chinese, and suppression of contemplatives like the FFI?)

@Pontifex “Cardinal Pell said senior people in Rome believe his imprisonment in Australia was related to trouble he was causing to ‘corrupt officials in the Vatican’.” A friend said sarcastically, “Corrupt officials in BERGOGLIO’S Vatican? Oh, surely not!”

@Pontifex Just one more in the long line of Bergoglio’s errors and heresies: (But the Church can survive even this pope and his pontificate of horror.)

@Pontifex “There is precedent for this situation. In the Arian crisis in the 4th century, the episcopate was divided: the Catholic and orthodox bishops professed unambiguously Faith in the divinity of Christ; they were the minority.” (

@Pontifex Faithful Catholics offer a prayer of thanksgiving for Christ’s protection of His Church, even in the face of such evil as Bergoglio:

@Pontifex Instead of the horror now in the Vatican, there will one day again be a pope who will honestly pray this verse from today’s Lauds: “O God, you are my God, I watch for you from the dawn. My soul thirsts for you….”

@Pontifex Let us pray for this tragic pope who is so isolated from God and must fear death, if he does not convert and return to the Faith, to the Truth, to the Gospel, and to Church teachings. He must fear death if he does not give up his errors and heresies.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Lord, kindle the heart of this tragic pope and make his heart burn like the two men on the road to Emmaus, so that Bergoglio too will return home.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – “They are called children of God who have learned the art of peace and exercise it.” Has Bergogolio learned the art of peace? Does he exercise it? The answer seems to be negative, because of his anger, his revenge toward critics, his lies.



Dear Luke O’Hara,

I’ve just read your stunning, wrenching account of the martyrdom of Paulo Uchibori and has sons (at Until now, the only Japanese martyrs I was familiar with were St. Paul Miki and his companions. So I’d just like to ask if there has been a movement to canonize any others, like Paulo Uchibori. They surely deserve it. Or perhaps I should say, the story of their martydom certainly deserves to be more widely known.

In Christo Rege,

Robert Bennett



Some recent Tweets to the Vatican that may perhaps be of interest:

@Pontifex “Virginia priest-blogger who criticized bishops removed from parish” (When Bergoglio sets the pattern of punishment and revenge, especially for priests faithful to the Gospel and Church teaching, you can’t expect the hierarchy to buck the trend.)

@Pontifex “Pope in Easter message: Pandemic should spur ‘humanist and ecological conversion’” (But NOT, for heaven’s sake, a CHRISTIAN conversion! That is something this tragic pope will absolutely NOT promote!)

@Pontifex “‘Women cannot become priests’: Cardinal Müller” (Really? Not if Bergoglio has anything to say about it. He’ll just keep appointing commission after commission until he gets the answer he wants. That’s the Peronist way!)

@Pontifex “How often have we encountered: the liturgy as affirmation workshop, as communal talent-show, as a stage for the chickabiddies to warm their grandmothers’ hearts, and everything else—except the awesome mystery of the sacrifice of the Cross?”

@Pontifex “Catholic Schools Shut Down in Hebei Province….To stifle faith in the cradle, the CCP bans church-run education of children, implements measures to prevent minors from having any contacts with churches.” (Just no end to Bergoglio’s “success.”)

@Pontifex Response to papal Tweet – They are called children of God who are faithful to God, to the Gospel, to Church teaching. Lord, send us a pope who is faithful to You.

@Pontifex A friend says she prays, “Lord, save us from this pope.”

@Pontifex “Vatican names new director for financial watchdog agency” (After the last one was terminated. How long will this one last before corrupt Vatican officials decide it’s time for him to go? Or will he just be indicted for paedophila or something?)

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Bergoglio quotes, “Their joy kept them from believing” (Lk 24:41). (A friend said sarcastically, “So THAT’s what keeps Bergoglio from believing in the truth of the Gospel and Church teaching? His “joy”? Gimme a BREAK!)

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Yes, Bergoglio should ask for this joy “which drives us,” because something other than “joy” is driving him into error, heresy, and the approval of financial and sexual corruption in the Vatican. By the way, where’s the McCarrick report?

@Pontifex “Repent and return to fidelity to the Lord, Pope preaches at weekday Mass” Faithful Catholics pray that this tragic Bergoglio will follow his own advice, and that he too will “repent and return to fidelity to the Lord.”

@Pontifex “Instead of working to convey to the peoples of the Amazon the unique depth and richness of the person of Jesus Christ, the desire (of the Amazon Synod) was to ‘Amazonize’ Jesus Christ. – Cardinal Sarah

@Pontifex “What is happening in Germany is terrible. One gets the impression that the truths of the faith and the commandments of the Gospel are being put to a vote. By what right can we decide to renounce part of the teaching of Christ?” – Cardinal Sarah

@Pontifex “Vatican quashes video footage of Pope with whiskey bottle…Pope holds up a bottle of Scotch, proclaiming it ‘the real water of life’. The exchange with seminarians was censored by the Vatican.” Hey, what’s a little censorship between friends?

@Pontifex “In an attempt to promote the question of Judas’ salvation, Pope Francis makes three critical errors in his presentation of the scriptural account of Judas’ final deeds.” A friend said sarcastically, “Bergoglio? Error? Oh, say it isn’t so!”

@Pontifex “Pell Case Quashed – McCarrick Report Still Pending” (A cyncial friend said, “Bergoglio is hoping that people will just forget about the McCarrick report. I don’t think that’s going to happen.)

@Pontifex “8 Reasons Why You Should Avoid Fr. James Martin” (Even though tragic Pope Bergoglio welcomes him with open arms.)

@Pontifex “These gentle developments were prevented from happening half a century ago by a gang whom Louis Bouyer rightly called the Madmen … intent on bringing the whole edifice of Catholic worship crashing down in an atmosphere of hate-filled Rupture.”

@Pontifex “If the ‘synodal path’ in Germany approves female sacramental ordination, the legitimacy of homosexual acts, the blessing of homosexual couples, the legitimacy of heterosexual acts outside a valid marriage, many will not accept such heresies.” (

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Let us pray that this tragic pope Bergoglio will ask himself, “If I continue destroying the Church and tolerating financial corruption and sexual perversion in the Vatican, what type of world will faithful Catholics ultimately be living in?”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – This poor pope prays that the Lord will “teach us familiarity with Him.” Meanwhile, faithful Catholics pray that God will teach even Bergoglio to have familiarity with Him, instead of with whatever dark entity Bergoglio is now familiar with.

@Pontifex Today a friend tried to explain the meaning of the German word “Heimsuchung” (affliction, plague, haunting). He said the present state of the world was a result of God’s “Heimsuchung.” I said Bergoglio thinks it’s not God, but “Nature.” My friend laughed out loud.

@Pontifex “US cardinal (Cupich) dismisses prayer power during pandemic: We can’t just pray and think things will change.” A friend said, “Of course not. That’s what Jesus said: ‘You can’t just pray and think things will change,’ or something like that.”

@Pontifex “UN Population Fund adds abortion to fine print of ‘sexual rights’ goals.” And Bergoglio says we have to “obey the United Nations.”

@Pontifex Where’s the McCarrick Report?

@Pontifex “Were the Pope not to correct the heretical decisions of the ‘synodal path,’ he would consent to them by silence. A bizarre situation: a Pope approving heretic bishops and bishops still true to the Faith. God preserve us from that disaster.” (

@Pontifex “‘They disbelieved for joy’: Pope Francis preaches” Now we know why this tragic pope, his German overlords, and so many prelates seem to have no supernatural faith: they have so much “joy.” But from what dark entity does that “joy” come from?

@Pontifex “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit” (Mt 28:19) But Pope Bergolio believes what Christ was suggesting was wrong, because He was encouraging “proselytism”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Let us pray for persons with these disabilities: an apparent lack of faith in God or the Gospel; let us pray for persons with those disabilities: this tragic Bergoglio, his German overlords, so many prelates, and those who “assist” them.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – “Where does the Apostles’ courage come from?” asks Bergoglio and says it’s a gift of the Holy Spirit. Catholics pray, “Lord, give Bergoglio the courage of the Apostles, to believe the Gospel and to crush Church corruption and perversion.”

@Pontifex “Where does the Apostles’ courage come from?” Bergoglio asks. Wherever it comes from, Bergoglio hasn’t been getting any, as he cowers before his German overlords, China, modernists, and corrupt and perverted prelates in the Vatican and elsewhere. God, send us a pope.

@Pontifex “Vatican snubs Taiwan but thanks Communist China for medical supplies….The Holy See praised the Chinese government while ignoring a gift of 280K medical masks from the Taiwanese people.” A response unworthy of a pope, but typical of Bergoglio.

@Pontifex “Pro-life Catholic scholars: Coronavirus is not the work of an angry ‘Mother Earth.’ ‘It is immensely sad that Pope Francis should have encouraged this worldview by speaking of the “earth having a fit” or being angry,’ the group has said.”

@Pontifex “EWTN’s ‘papal posse’ criticizes Pope’s establishment of yet another female deacon commission” Hey, maybe Bergoglio thinks he’s being “courageous” by defying 2,000 years of Church teaching. Who knows?

@Pontifex “The plague, along with war and famine, is attributed very especially to the hand of God” – St. Charles Borromeo (Memoriale ai Milanesi di Carlo Borromeo, Giordano Editore, Milan 1965, p. 34) (Medieval thinking? Sure.)

@Pontifex This “courageous” pope Bergoglio tweets about courage. THIS is courage: “28 FEBRUARY 1627: THE FIRST MARTYRDOM AT UNZEN HELL….Paulo Uchibori and Sons, Martyrs of Arima Lord, one day send us a courageous pope and bishops, not what we have now.

@Pontifex More “courage” in Bergoglio’s Vatican: “PELL CRUSADER: ‘VATICAN CHOSE TO GO ALONG WITH SHOW TRIAL’”

@Pontifex “Pope Francis Condemns Abortion” But will he condemn it tomorrow? This “courageous” pope “allows” all sorts of things the Church has always regarded as gravely sinful: divorce and “remarriage,” intercommunion, sodomy, adulterous sexual relations.

@Pontifex “It is not the ‘Servus servorum Dei’ who reigns, but Jorge Mario Bergoglio, who has disavowed being the Vicar of Christ and the Supreme Pontiff, as if they were annoying trappings of the past: only mere ‘historical titles’.” The Remnant Newspaper, p. 4, 15.4.2020

@Pontifex “Francis no longer recognizes himself as GUARDIAN, but becomes MASTER of the Church, free to demolish it from within without having to answer to anyone. In short, a tyrant.” – Archbishop Vigano, The Remnant Newspaper, p. 4, 15.4.2020

@Pontifex “Never has a man sat upon the Throne of Saint Peter who appeared less like a Vicar of Christ and more like a Vicar of someone quite the opposite. Perhaps we should call him a Vicar of Pachamama, or let’s just call him the Non-Vicar of Christ.”

@Pontifex “If (the German ‘synodal way’ heresy) happened — and the Pope did not intervene with a clear profession of the Catholic Faith and the sacramental practice of the Church — the Church would be a religious system fashioned like ‘McDonald’s’.” (

@Pontifex The first Japanese Christians underwent unspeakable suffering ( and remained true to Christ, the Gospel, and Church teaching. And what do our “courageous” pope, his German overlords and prelates do at the first whiff of modernism? They cave.

@Pontifex Catholics pray for this benighted pope Bergoglio, his German overlords, and other corrupt prelates. May God forgive them for the destruction they have wreaked in the Church, and may they not suffer in Hell. May their awakening in Purgatory not be too much of a shock.

@Pontifex Since just his name appears in the latest Vatican yearbook, without “historical” titles like “Vicar of Christ,” we assume this tragic pope now wants to be called “Pope Bergoglio,” without the “historical” papal name change to “Francis.” Or does he want “Pope Jorge”?

@Pontifex The rhetorical question, “Is the pope Catholic?”, was once used to emphasize the truth of a statement. Since Bergoglio became pope (if a heretic can really be pope), the phrase has taken on a whole new meaning.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – “Today the simple and disarming love of Jesus revives the heart of Thomas (Jn 20,19-31).” And may that love also revive the heart and the faith of this tragic Bergoglio and all other corrupt and perverted prelates, for whom we Catholics pray.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – “The faithful and patient mercy of God never tires of reaching out to lift us up when we fall.” But we must recognize that we’ve fallen. This tragic pope and his corrupt prelates seem to have no idea they’ve fallen into destroying the Church.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – The Lord is waiting for this tragic Bergoglio and his corrupt prelates to recognize that they even have failings. In their eyes, their destruction of the Church is not a “failing” but an achievement.



(To Klaus)

Well, I hadn’t read that particular article, but I knew that China was all in for Biden. He’s their man, all right. I think his chances of winning in November look better than ever, especially with China’s backing. However, I tend to agree with Andreas, who thinks that if Trump believes he’s going to lose the election, he’ll simply provoke a war. It would be a way of diverting attention from his own incompetence while at the same time rallying the country behind him.



To a Facebook friend:

Everything that Dr. Frank says about Trump is true, but in Trump’s world, fuff of dangers, there is one danger that’s REAL: China. But because Trump doesn’t trust China (and rightly so he’s going to lose in November. The Chinese know they have a friend in Joe Biden, and they’ll be working overtime to see to it that Biden get’s elected. And they have much better hackers than the Russians do. Trump doesn’t have a chance in November. Biden’s got it.



To Klaus:

THANK YOU for the article on Cardinal Bo! It is terrific that someone is finally speaking out and saying that the fault for this entire disaster LIES WITH THE CCP.

And thank you also for the article by Wolfram Weimer with his statement: “Auch die ‘Washington Post’ kommt in einer Analyse der Geheimdienstfakten zu dem Ergebnis, dass ein Labor-Unfall am plausibelsten zum Ausbruch der Pandemie geführt habe.”

The CCP can’t hide the truth forever, although obviously they’re going to try. And what sheer GALL they have to consider it an “affront,” as Weimer reports, that anyone would even suspect them!

We’ve all been fooled by the CCP long enough. But now the problem is this: they’re going to redouble their efforts to elect Biden in November, so that they can go on fooling us.




Some Tweets sent to the Vatican that may perhaps be of interest:

@Pontifex “PAPAL PROPAGANDA: Lies of the Compassionate Utopian”

@Pontifex “The Francis statement illustrates his sophomoric superficiality, his insidious religious re-engineering, and the dangerous political agenda of this papacy.”

@Pontifex “Francis is on a political power trip to advance the globalist agenda and to transform the Church. Until now, he has been given a pass because he self-identifies as the ‘merciful pope’ who ‘dialogues’ and is ‘transparent,’ none of which is true.”

@Pontifex “Like all propagandists, Bergoglio repeats the same trite words in his documents and speeches. Here is a short list of his all time favorites: Common, Shared, Common Good, Common Destiny, Common Home, Common Achievement, Common Origin,” etc.

@Pontifex “At first blush, Bergoglio’s words sound benign, flowery, and emotional, albeit, trite and unthreatening. However, it is intentionally deceptive to lure Catholics into complacency…”

@Pontifex “After 7 years, a dangerous pattern is emerging. The papal disguise is gone, as Bergoglio blatantly promotes the UN Agenda 21. His beloved commandments are not the Biblical 10, but rather the 17 UN Sustainable Development (Depopulation) Goals.”

@Pontifex “Even if the German ‘synodal path’ were to have the tacit approval of the Pope, the Church is stronger than that, and the Faith is always victorious, for Mary, the Mother of the Church, has vanquished all heresies throughout the entire world.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – A friend said sarcastically, “The Lord will have to wait a long time before humble Bergoglio offers him any failings. Bergoglio doesn’t have any, does he? Except that he’s failed to destroy the Church.”

@Pontifex Surely there are moments when even a man like Bergoglio must feel this emotion from Lauds today: “Like a deer that longs for springs of water, so my soul longs for you, O God. My soul thirsts for God, the living God: when shall I come and stand before the face of God?”

@Pontifex Even a man like Bergoglio, who has done so much to ruin and destroy the Church, must feel the intensity of, “My soul longs for you, O God.” But is Bergoglio, after his pontificate of horror, ready to “stand before the face of God?”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Let us pray for Pope Bergoglio, that he might seek the good of the Church and not the good of his modernist German overlords and all their corrupt, sodomite colleagues in the Vatican and elsewhere, in Europe and America.

@Pontifex Response – To be Christian isn’t only fulfilling the Commandments (i.e., the Biblical 10, not Bergoglio’s 17 UN Sustainable Development [Depopulation] Goals); it means obeying a spiritual director who keeps us from being deceived about which “spirit” we’re following.

@Pontifex It’s hard to accept it, but Michael’s right. Another excellent Vortex episode ( Again and again, I think of Our Lady’s words at Fatima: “In the end, my Immaculate Heart will triumph.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – A Christian response to the horrific wreckage of the Church now can be prayer for those who suffer as they cause the wreckage: men like this blind, tragic Pope Bergoglio, and his corrupt and perverted colleagues possessed by a dark “spirit.”

@Pontifex You want courage? The priest in this film – a true account – puts us all to shame. ( There may be priests like this in the Church today – despite corruption, deceit, perversions – and if so, they may be what is holding back God’s chastising hand.

@Pontifex “Cardinal Burke is ‘very grateful’ that Pope Francis’ ‘Querida Amazonia’ did not explicitly call into question clerical celibacy or directly address the issue of women deacons, but he nevertheless finds the document ‘troubling’.” (

@Pontifex “Let us accept mercy and show mercy, Pope preaches on Divine Mercy Sunday” God is not merciful if there is no repentance. How can we show mercy to heretics and apostates if they do not return to the faith and end their destruction of the Church?

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – It is a sad fact that this poor pope, Bergoglio, will never grow in his ability to listen. He’s deaf to the cries of those Catholics who beg him to stop destroying the Church and running toward the cliff-edge of modernism and secularism.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – The Holy Spirit does create harmony in the Church, but the demonic “spirit” controlling Bergoglio, his German overlords, and his corrupt, sodomite prelates is working hard to destroy that harmony, and – for now anyway – he is succeeding.

@Pontifex “The great sin of the bishops for the past half-century is their deplorable lack of masculinity, of fatherhood, in refusing to stand up and announce the truth. Do not let their monstrous evil become yours.”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – If there’s anyone who needs the Lord now, it’s this tragic pope, Bergoglio. His blindness, his German overlords, the corruption and sexual perversions of his prelates, all have isolated Bergoglio from God. We pray he’ll find his way back.

@Pontifex “Civilta Cattolica launched a Chinese-language edition. Cardinal Parolin welcomed the development.” And Parolin thinks China will allow this edition to be distributed in China? What planet is HE living on?

@Pontifex Another “fan letter” for Bergoglio from Remnant TV: But does Bergoglio care? Are you kidding? He only cares about people who are financially useful, like his German overlords and a few others.

@Pontifex “Cardinal Burke takes issue with passages in ‘Querida Amazonia’ that he says ‘gravely contradict theological truths.’ Certain prelates close to the Holy Father say the door is still open for married priests and women deacons.” (

@Pontifex The head of the German Bishops’ Conference says: Gay sex? Cohabitation? Divorce? Priestesses? Married priests? Non-Catholics to receive Communion? ALL ARE OKAY! (And the German Church continues to shrink, but who cares? It GETS GOVERNMENT MONEY!)

@Pontifex The Catholic Church in Germany can tell Bergoglio what to do because he needs money and the German Church is rolling in it. The German Church has a GUARANTEED INCOME FROM THE GERMAN GOVERNMENT. Germans pay a “Church tax.”

@Pontifex The “New Paradigm” in Germany: Gay sex, gay “marriage,” cohabitation, divorce and “remarriage,” priestesses, married priests, non-Catholics to receive Communion. It’s all part of the future in the land of Martin Luther!

@Pontifex Bergoglio tweets, “In the time of trial that we are presently undergoing….We need the Lord.” (But Bergoglio also demands obedience: no mass or sacraments, and KEEP THOSE CHURCHES CLOSED! Right, Jorge?)

@Pontifex A friend says, “You think Bergoglio’s a disaster? Just wait until he’s gone, and we get Tagle for twenty years or so. Now THAT will be a disaster!”

@Pontifex A friend writes, “Pius XII banishes Montini to Milan, because of his secret closeness to the Communists. Then two pontificates later, Montini becomes Paul VI, the “Satan’s smoke” pope. Dear God, why? Oh God, don’t destroy our faith!”

@Pontifex A friend tweets, “And once Bergoglio’s gone, we get gay ‘marriage,’ priestesses, AND, as an extra bonus, dancing pope Tagle! HOORAY!!”

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – “At this moment in which unity among us is very necessary, let us pray for” the Church, torn apart by Bergoglio’s errors, heresy, and by the sheer evil – if not stupidity – of his thinking.

@Pontifex Bergoglio tweets about himself: “We are in sin; we are like ‘human bats’ who move only at night. We find it easier to live in darkness because the light reveals what we do not want to see. Then our eyes grow accustomed to darkness and we no longer recognize the light.”

@Pontifex A papal Tweet paraphrased – “Lord, let Bergoglio allow Your love to enter into him; help him see with the light of the HOLY Spirit (not the other one). Let him ask himself: Do I walk in light or in darkness? Am I a child of God? Or have I ended up like a poor ‘bat’.”?

@Pontifex Cardinal Dolan’s “Boring things.” (“This is further proof of the corruption that exists in today’s hierarchy. They are selfish, greedy bureaucrats who care nothing for the Faith.”)

@Pontifex Papal Tweet response – Easter is an occasion for Bergoglio to renew his commitment to the Church, which isn’t a warehouse to exploit. Let him care for its weakest members, faithful Catholics who cannot defend themselves against the onslaughts of Bergoglio and others.

@Pontifex “These bishops really don’t care about the faith. They care about bilking you for all the money they can get and dressing it up in spiritual-sounding terms. Don’t believe them, and don’t give them any money. They long ago lost any trust we owe.”

@Pontifex It’s hard to imagine a longer losing streak of bishops in Church history — a half-century of hundreds of losers, cover-up artists, liars, thieving homosexuals and no-integrity, callous Judases. So much is being revealed during these sad days.”

@Pontifex “Vatican thanks China for aid, but does not thank Taiwan”….’Something is badly wrong,’ with China seemingly enjoying ‘a place of privilege with the Vatican,’ said Cardinal Raymond Burke.”

@Pontifex “As this pontificate approaches its seventh anniversary, Cardinal Burke says that internal Church strife is causing the faithful to look inward, sapping the Church’s energy to evangelize. ‘We’re weaker than ever in our witness,’ he says.” (

@Pontifex Faced with the horrors of this pontificate, Catholics fervently utter these verses from today’s Lauds: “Lord God of hosts – how long will your anger endure against the prayers of your people? You have given us tears for our bread, abundance of tears for us to drink.”

@Pontifex In the midst of the destruction that Bergoglio and his German overlords are causing in the Church, Catholics beg God in words from today’s Lauds: “Turn back, O God of hosts, look down from heaven and tend this vine.
Protect the vine, for your right hand planted it.”

@Pontifex When this disastrous pontificate is finally over, and the Church rebuilt from the ruins, Catholics will sing these verses from today’s Lauds: “Praise the Lord and call upon his name. Tell the peoples what he has done, remember always the greatness of his name.”

@Pontifex When Bergoglio’s catastrophes are a thing of the past, when we once more have a good pope, Catholics will sing these verses from today’s Lauds: “Cry out with joy and gladness, you who dwell in Zion. Great in your midst is the Holy One of Israel.”

@Pontifex When Bergoglio brought Pachamama into St. Peter’s, if only he could have heard this from today’s Lauds: “Listen, my people, and I will put my case – Israel, if you would only hear me! You shall not have any strange god, you shall not worship the gods of foreigners.

@Pontifex Papal Tweet Response – Let’s pray for the dignity of faithful Catholics, who suffer much from Bergoglio’s ridicule and that of his corrupt and perverted prelates. Let’s pray also for Bergoglio and these prelates,that the Lord might touch their hearts and convert them.

@Pontifex Papal Tweet Response – Christ prays for Bergoglio and his corrupt perverts. May they recover their Faith. What Christ did for Peter He can do for sodomite prelates and for Bergoglio. Christ prays for them to the Father, showing His wounds, the price of their salvation.

@Pontifex Papal Tweet Response – Speaking of weapons against corruption and perversion, where’s the McCarrick report, due in December 2019? Why won’t Bergoglio release it? What is he afraid of?


Lieber Ulrich,

obwohl ich Amerikaner bin, denke ich, dass die Deutschen versuchen sollten, Anglizismen zu vermeiden. Natürlich haben wir ein paar “Germanismen” auf Englisch (die wir meistens kleinschreiben, zum Beispiel: angst, automat, bildungsroman, delikatessen, doppelgänger, edelweiss, gesundheit, kaput, kindergarten, kitsch, leitmotif, poltergeist, realpolitik, rucksack, wanderlust, wunderkind. weltanschauung, gestapo, homburg, waltz, umlaut, dachshund, pumpernickel, bratwurst, Wagnerian, sauerbraten, schnauzer, gestalt, bagel, verboten, hamster). Die Deutschen aber sollten Anglizismen vermeiden. Ich finde die deutsche Sprache zu schön, um sie mit zu vielen englischen Wörtern zu verwechseln.

Und wo es um die englische Sprach geht, könnte man fast sagen, dass es keine englische Sprache gibt, weil 80 Prozent der englischen Sprache aus 350 anderen Sprachen entlehnt wurden! (

Aber “Fernunterricht ” statt “home schooling”? “Fernunterricht” könnte auch Unterricht über das Internet bedeuten. Ich denke, dass “Heimschulung” eine genauere Übersetzung ist, aber was weiß ich?

Alles Gute




Liebe Inga, Lieber Thomas,

absolut gelungen! Ja! Ausgezeichnet! Das Problem für Trump ist, dass die Chinesen Biden begeistert unterstützen. Im November haben wir also die “Schlacht der Hacker” – russische Hacker (für Trump) gegen chinesische Hacker (für Biden). Ich glaube, die Chinesen sind bessere Hacker, also wird Biden wahrscheinlich gewinnen.

Eigentlich ist es für mich die Wahl zwischen Pest und Cholera, also bin ich mir nicht sicher, ob ich überhaupt abstimmen werde. Sicher, Trump ist ein inkompetenter Idiot und ein Hochstapler, aber Biden ist ein “Katholik”, der das Töten von Babys im Mutterleib, die homosexuelle “Ehe”, die “moderne” Geschlechterideologie, die Euthanasie usw. usw.. unterstützt.

Für mich ist das keine große Wahl. Aber so ist das Leben!

Alles Gute




Response to news from Ulrich Bonse:

“Polizei stürmt Gottesdienst in Paris”
Oder geht es um Moskau
und das sind alte Nachrichten aus der Sowjetunion?
Oder neue Nachrichten aus Peking?

In Christo



Reply to Ulrich Bonse:

Plausibel oder nicht plausibel, ich würde mich lieber auf der Seite des Robert Koch-Instituts als auf der Seite von Hendrick Streeck irren, wer auch immer er sein mag. (Und übrigens: “Hendrik Streeck: Mit dieser Aussage erntet Virologe Kritik – schon wieder”

In Christo



Response to a blog entry by Thom Hartmann:

I’m afraid, as Thom Hartmann puts it, we’ve “passed the point of no return.” When Trump realizes that he’s going to lose in November, he’ll provoke a war, probably with Iran, in order to retain power as a “wartime President.” But “we” (America, the world?) will eventually recover from the oligarchy/tyranny of Trump and his successors, even if it takes decades – or more. Western Civilization has been around for about 2500 years, since the time of Plato, so what’s a few decades, or centuries, between friends?



Part of a Facebook discussion with Matthias Neufeld:

About China: I’ve become very skeptical about any information produced by China, about the Covid 19 virus or anything else. I have some well-educated and intelligent friends here in Dusseldorf who have recently changed my views on China and its plans for the future. I’m much more suspicious of China than I used to be.

Anyway, back to our discussion of Covid 19. I’ve just been listening to CNN, which is presenting the virus as a serious, world-wide problem. There are interviews with victims’ relatives, interviews with physicians, videos of the chaos in intensive care units, statistics about infection and death, etc., etc. (Of course they never mention the statistic one of the California doctors mentioned, namely, that even in Italy there’s only a very small chance of dying from the virus.)

So I have to admit I find the world an extremely confusing place at the moment – maybe “chaotic” would be a better word. However, I keep reminding myself that however bad the chaos may get, I’m an old man, and I won’t see the worst of it. Young men like yourself, though, may face great challenges in the future, and you’ll need all the spiritual and psychological resources you possess in order to meet those challenges.

So, with that, Matthias, I’ll call it a day and turn off my computer. Perhaps we’ll carry on this discussion tomorrow.



Message to Matthias Neufeld:

I like to write long answers. It’s just that during the day I don’t have so much time. (When I was teaching, I used to hear retired people say that they had MUCH more to do than when they were working. I couldn’t understand that then, but now I do!)

I used to think the same way that you do about China, but now I think I was being VERY naive. A retired US General, Robert Spalding, lived in China for many years and was the Defense Attaché at the US Embassy in Beijing. He published a book last year that is a real eye-opener where China is concerned. Here is a link to a YouTube video where Spalding is interviewed about his book.

The book is almost impossible to get in Europe or the US, so naturally the thought has occurred to some of us that China may be putting pressure on booksellers not to sell the book. Spalding goes into some detail about the way China pressures outsiders to obey its will.

I hope working in the corona container isn’t too boring! If you have to be there during the day, I’m sorry I can’t write then in order to relieve the boredom.


Some recent Tweets to the Vatican that may perhaps be of interest:

@Pontifex Papal Tweet Response – “The pandemic reminds us there are no differences or borders between those who suffer.” Catholics suffer because of the horrors of this pontificate. Bergoglio suffers because of what he is.

@Pontifex Today let us pray to St. George for the conversion of this tragic pope and all his corrupt colleagues, especially his German overlords, who advocate approval of homosexual behavior and other sexual sins.

@Pontifex “Money, vanity, and gossip have divided Christians, Pope preaches at weekday Mass” A friend said, “You can’t help but wonder where Bergoglio thinks the preoccupation with ‘money, vanity, and gossip’ started. Surely not in the Vatican.”

@Pontifex “What’s at stake right now is a fundamental misunderstanding about the Church herself and about the papacy, about the College of Bishops and Tradition.” – Cardinal Burke (

@Pontifex “I find Querida Amazonia troubling, in that it’s subject to so many different interpretations.” – Cardinal Burke (

@Pontifex “If there were a “Humanae Vitae” moment in Querida Amazonia, the Pope would have expressed strongly the Lordship of Christ, would have reaffirmed clerical celibacy in clear terms, and would have said why the Church can’t ordain deaconesses.”

@Pontifex Catholics beg God that this tragic pope and his corrupt colleagues may sincerely pray these verses from today’s Lauds: “Take pity on me, Lord, in your mercy; in your abundance of mercy wipe out my guilt. Wash me ever more from my guilt and cleanse me from my sin.”

@Pontifex Some people insult this tragic pope, but many Catholics pray that God will forgive Bergoglio for what he has done to the Church.

@Pontifex Papal Tweet Response – We pray for Catholic teachers and students who have no human being to protect them from the ravages Bergoglio and his German overlords inflict on the Church. We all have God, however, Who will protect us all from the evils of this pontificate.

@Pontifex Papal Tweet Response – “Jesus formed the hearts of the Apostles to serve the people.” And Catholics pray for a pope and other pastors who will serve the people, instead of slandering them, destroying the Church, and carrying on as financially corrupt sodomites.

@Pontifex Bergoglio tweets, “Jesus formed the hearts of the Apostles to serve the people.” Catholics pray that the Apostles will somehow move this tragic pope to serve the people by releasing the McCarrick report. It was due five months ago. “How long, O Lord?

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – As we look ahead to a slow and arduous recovery from Bergoglio’s destruction of the Church, the risk is that an even worse pontiff will succeed him, e.g. Tagle, who will continue working with the Gates of Hell.

@Pontifex Bergoglio’s destruction continues: “An informed source told Church Militant that Pope Francis is keen to abolish the Latin Mass soon after Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI passes away.”

@Pontifex A friend wrote, “Is Bergoglio using the pandemic in order to continue hiding the McCarrick report? Or does he think we’ll all just forget about it? Sure, that’s a cherished Peron tactic.”

@Pontifex “Cardinal Müller says no one should pick Querida Amazonia apart; that it’s poetic and pastoral. I don’t have a problem with the Pope writing poetry, but the poetry and pastoral content must cohere with theological truths.” – Cardinal Burke (

@Pontifex A friend prays, “May God forgive this tragic Bergoglio if he goes ahead with what he’s planning now – to abolish the Traditional Latin Mass,” (

@Pontifex A friend prays, “Dear God, save the Church from Bergoglio. Save US from Bergoglio. Please we beg You.”

@Pontifex A friend said sarcastically, “If Bergoglio really does want to forbid the Traditional Latin Mass, it’s because that Mass has formed so many saints over the centuries. There can’t be any saints in the ‘New Church.’ That would make them all look bad!”

@Pontifex Lady, ask your Son to work another miracle of conversion: convert Bergoglio, his German overlords, and all corrupt prelates. Make Bergoglio a good pope, one who will not ruin the Church, but rebuild and restore it to what it once was, before the “spirit” of the Council.

@Pontifex “Do not harden your hearts.” In today’s Lauds, God speaks to Bergoglio and his German overlords.

@Pontifex A Lauds antiphon today: “Through the gospel, God called us to faith in the truth.” Will Bergoglio answer that call? Will his German overlords and all prelates in financial and sexual corruption?

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – Let us pray for those who, like Bergoglio, may – unwittingly – be destroying the Church. What they do must be so painful, so sad, even for them. Let us pray for them.

@Pontifex Response to a papal Tweet – “Today the Church celebrates the Feast of St Mark, one of the four Evangelists, the first to write a Gospel. If you have time today, read this Gospel,” and mourn for Bergoglio, who no longer seems to have faith in it.

@Pontifex Papal Tweet: “Mark’s Gospel has the Lord’s final greeting: ‘Go into the world and proclaim the Gospel’ (Mk 16:15).” But OBEY BEGOGLIO AND DO NOT PROSELYTIZE! How can you follow the Lord AND Bergoglio? Hey, Bergoglio says that’s YOUR problem!

@Pontifex Bergoglio tweets: “I offer you the texts of two prayers to Our Lady which you can recite at the end of the Rosary.” And when we say these prayers, we must beg and beseech the Mother of God to pray for Bergoglio’s conversion so that he will stop destroying the Church.

@Pontifex Bergoglio Tweets: “Contemplating the face of Christ with the heart of Mary, as we pray the Rosary,” let us beg God to help us overcome the trial of this pontificate of horror. Pray especially for those who are suffering from the Church’s ruin, like Bergoglio himself.

@Pontifex “Jesus prays for each one of us, Pope Francis preaches at weekday Mass” (And Catholics hope to God that Jesus is praying for Bergoglio, who seems in danger of losing his soul because of all the destruction he’s wrought in the Church.)

@Pontifex Papal Tweet Response – While we are combatting Bergoglio’s German overlords and other corrupt and heretical prelates, we must continue the effort to prevent further destruction of the Church by these members of an amoral hierarchy.

@Pontifex “Pope Francis: You Must Live the Faith to Share it Well” (Oh, so THAT’s why tragic Bergoglio shares it so badly. Catholics can only go on praying for the poor guy. We have no other choice.)

@Pontifex “Writing critics off as a gang of right-wing troglodytes, the standard tactic of many of Pope Francis’s defenders, is not just derisive and condescending. It’s also a form of lying.”

@Pontifex Things are going to get worse in the Church. Things are in fact going to get so disastrous that a great pope will HAVE to arise. This always happens when an institution is on the verge of collapse, as the Church is now. This is where Bergoglio seems to have brought us.

@Pontifex While we are combating Bergoglio’s apparent intention to suppress the Traditional Latin Mass (, we must continue praying for his conversion to being a good pope, one who is near to all who understand that Mass, attended by saints for 2000 years.

@Pontifex Dear God, Catholics everywhere are praying for this tragic pope’s conversion. Please listen to them, O God.

@Pontifex “There are passages in Querida Amazonia which gravely contradict theological truths.” – Cardinal Burke (

@Pontifex Papal Tweet Response – Let us pray for those like Bergoglio, his German overlords, and other corrupt prelates who, in their errors and heresy, suffer from the sadness of isolation from the rest of the Body of Christ. If they undergo no conversion, only Hell awaits them.

@Pontifex Papal Tweet Response – What patience God has with Bergoglio and his perverted colleagues. He allows them all to persist in their corruption and errors, while waiting for them to come back to Him. He respects their free will, but they will suffer for their bad choices.

@Pontifex Papal Tweet Response – Today’s Gospel (Lk 24:13-35) teaches us that two opposite directions are set before us in life: The path of those who, like this tragic pope, trudge along the sad way of heresy and ambition, and the hard but glorious path of following Christ.

@Pontifex “Priest-blogger on sex-abuse cover-up resists bishop’s order to leave parishes” (A friend said sarcastically, “I suppose the next thing this uppity priest will ask is this: ‘What’s happened to the McCarrick report that was due last December?'”)

@Pontifex “On Earth Day, Pope Francis repeats belief that natural disasters are the planet’s revenge” (A friend said sarcastically: “What’s WRONG with Bergoglio? Of COURSE it wasn’t ‘the planet.’ Bergoglio knows full well it was Gaia, or maybe Pachamama.”)

@Pontifex Catholics everywhere are praying for this poor, misguided Bergoglio. We pray that God will lead him back to the Truth and to the Church, along with his German overlords and other financially and sexually corrupt prelates in the Vatican and elsewhere.

@Pontifex Papal Tweet Response – Let us pray for Bergoglio and his corrupt German overlords. They have all shown a great capacity for creativity when it comes to false doctrines, heresies, and making excuses. May the Lord grant each of them the grace of conversion in this moment.

@Pontifex Papal Tweet Response – “At times in life we distance ourselves from the Lord and lose the freshness of the first call.” Is that what happened to Bergoglio? Is that why he and his German overlords don’t support much Church teaching or the Gospel, and destroy the Church?

@Pontifex “The bitter fruit of the secret Vatican-Beijing accord….Loyal Catholics are suffering, as the Communist regime tightens its grip on the churches.” (The wonders of the “Francis Effect” seem to have no limit.)

@Pontifex You have to wonder how many people in the Vatican or in the hierarchy are so innocent of corruption that they can pray to God this verse from today’s Lauds: “My soul longs for You at night, my desire for You leaves me breathless.”

@Pontifex Papal Tweet Response – At this time, as indications emerge that the Church’s disaster will end in a few decades, we pray the Lord will grant even this tragic pope and his corrupt colleagues the grace of obedience and deep love toward God, so the horror will not return.

@Pontifex Many times Catholics make comments about this tragic pope and his corrupt prelates that have little effect, except for some friends. May the Lord help Catholics to make more people aware of the horrors of this monstrous pontificate and how the Church is being destroyed.

@Pontifex Easter brings us this message: the message of rebirth. Despite what Bergoglio and his corrupt prelates have done to destroy her, the Church can be reborn with the same strength that raised up the Lord: with the strength of God.

@Pontifex “Jesus helps us turn from self-centeredness to God: papal Regina Caeli address” At last: a glimmer of hope for Bergoglio and for his conversion.

@Pontifex “‘Faith is either missionary or it is no faith at all’: papal homily for feast of St. Mark” I guess Bergoglio has changed his mind since Morocco Or I suppose we’re just to dumb to understand the difference.

@Pontifex “Pope Francis exhorts pastors ‘not to be afraid to be close to the people’” Right. Just don’t be close in the way McCarrick and his pals were close. By the way, whatever happened to the report that was due last December? You know, on McCarrick.



Facebook entry:

Today (April 29) is the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Dachau concentration camp. Actually Dachau is a pleasant enough suburb of Munich. One of the first times I took the subway in Munich, I happened to glance up at the train announcement board and saw the word “Dachau” in large black letters. I couln’t help but flinch, at least inwardly, but of course the people around me probably thought it was the most normal thing in the world, as I guess it was. “Let’s not forget that some of the priests of Dachau helped build the Church in the United States — in New Jersey, New York and Oklahoma.”


Facebook message to Matthias Neufeld:

Hi, Matthias, the audiobook option never occurred to me, because I don’t use audiobooks (if I had a car, I might), so I didn’t suggest that. Also, the audiobook is “free,” but I think you get hooked into buying more of them. BUT it occurred to me that maybe the e-book version that I have could perhaps be sent to you as an attachment, and it turns out it can be. I’m attaching it to this message. It’s supposed to be an epub file but it somehow opens out into an Adobe Digital Editions file. Anyway, I think you’ll have no problem with it.

Yeah, the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) does seem to be capable of anything. I’m not an investor, but if I were somehow interested in China, I think I would avoid that country at this point. I wish I could give you some other advice on the stock market, but, frankly, I know practically nothing about it.

Anyway, I think the Chinese ARE doomed to fail, because it IS a completely immoral regime, but who knows how long they can last? Sure, the NS-regime here was gone in twelve years, but the Soviets lasted for around seventy. In 5,000 years of Chinese history, some of their dynasties lasted for a couple of centuries, or so I’ve heard, so maybe we shouldn’t plan on a speedy demise of the “Party” there.
Yes, I’ve seen the other Spalding video that you linked to. I was going to send you that link along with the other one, but I thought the other one was better, and besides, one link seemed to be enough! One other thing, yes a lot of the information in the videos is contained in the book, but there’s also a lot MORE in the book. I could hardly put it down (or rather, turn off my tablet)!


Message to Matthias Neufeld:

I’m glad the attachment got there and that the ebook works!

Yes, those Robert Spalding videos are really good, aren’t they? Some aspects of them are SO creepy, though, like the part about making an “appointment” to get a heart or kidney transplant.

I can almost hear a Chinese doctor saying something like this to a prison guard: “Hey, this guy’s a match. Kill him quick so I can get his kidney. I’ve got a recipient coming in on the five o’clock plane.”


Message to Matthias Neufeld:

I noticed on the Amazon website that the book by Kai Fu Lee is described this way: “Dr. Kai-Fu Lee—one of the world’s most respected experts on AI and China—reveals that China has suddenly caught up to the US at an astonishingly rapid and unexpected pace.” Well, after reading the Spalding book, we can see how that “astonishingly rapid and unexpected pace” was achieved.

As you wrote, there certainly is a “rapid shift in sentiment between these two books,” but I think anyone who reads both books will undergo that kind of shift!

I also think it’s remarkable that Dr. Lee’s book is so easily available, but the Spalding book is very difficult to get hold of both in Europe and America. Would it be paranoid to wonder if China is also at work in this situation?



To Matthias Neufeld:

Maybe our questions about the availability of the Lee and Spalding books are not so unreasonable. If we listen to Robert Spalding and read his book, it seems that China is a master at bringing pressure to bear on governments and private corporations.

Yesterday the state media in Australia announced that the country’s Prime Minister would support an international investigation of the origin of Covid19 ( The reaction from China has been one of unbridled fury.

“China’s response to global curiosity about COVID-19’s origin has at times bordered on delusional paranoia,” according to the above-linked article from Australian media. The editor of the Chinese state-run Global Times, Hu Xijin, described Australia as “chewing gum stuck on the sole of China’s shoes.”

Yes, so VERY “civilized,” those Chinese, or at least those who are CCP (Chinese Communist Party) members.

You’re right about “almost” hoping Trump will win the election in November. Sure, he’s making a mess of the United States, but he’s on the right side of three issues that are important to me: China, Muslims, and Israel. But you can bet that Chinese (state) hackers will be going all out for Biden, so Trump could very well lose (unless he gets a lot of support again from Russian hackers, who will have to be cleverer than their Chinese counterparts).


To Matthias Neufeld:

“Darkness fears nothing more than the light.” That’s a good way of putting it. A CNN anchor was reporting on this China/Australia story a couple of days ago, and he read a statement that the CCP had released that was so full of derogatory terms regarding Australia that it was almost obscene. Even in the darkest days of the Cold War, the US and the USSR never used that kind of language when referring to each other.

I hope you’re right about Trump never crossing certain boundaries. Ever since he was elected, I’ve had a kind of recurring nightmare that if he thought he was going to lose the next election, he’d start a war in order to rally voters. Sometimes I think he’s capable of anything.


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