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Pope’s Portuguese Potshots at Putin

Some important questions both for Rome and the world need to be answered as 86 year-old Pope Francis fronts Portugal’s World Youth Day.

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Some important questions both for Rome and the world need to be answered as 86 year-old Pope Francis fronts Portugal’s World Youth Day. The first of these is if this ageing Argentinian social influencer can help change the world. At an age when most others, bar those like Mitch McConnell (81), faux civil rights’ activist Joe Biden (80), Nancy Pelosi (83), Maxine Waters (84), Chuck Grassley (89), Dianne Feinstein (90), Klaus Schwab (85), George Soros (92) and Henry Kissinger (100), who have a dead man’s grip on America’s nuclear button, would be pushing up daisies, the Pope seems as determined as any other TikTok user to leave his mark both on Rome and the world.

Though it is important to change the young to change the world, one wonders if the Pope is the man to do it. He is, after all, unlikely to get down and dirty with the one million or so kids attending this event and those kids don’t, in any event, make policy.

Youth are, of course, important and that is why the CIA hired social media influencer Greta Thunberg to gas off on their climate scam and why, prior to their escalation of the Ukrainian war, the Pentagon called in America’s most successful social media influencers to get them to sing off the CIA’s hymn sheet.

For the Pope and those other social influencers, who are on the margins of power, rather than on the seat of power, it is a numbers game, a hope that of the millions who flock towards them, some might do the right thing and influence others to do the same. If, for example, the Pope could get a Messi, a Ronaldo, or a Mbappé to follow him, imagine what good that could do not only globally but also in Ukraine, on which the Pope pontificates with the monotonous regularity of a Swiss cuckoo clock.

Take the case of Ukrainian fencer, six-time world champion and eight-time European champion Olga Kharlan who, having recently defeated Russia’s Olga Smirnova in the World Championships in Milan, refused to shake her hand as the regulations clearly stipulate. Imagine what good it would do if Pope Francis could get Kharlan and other Ukrainian youth to act in a sportsmanlike manner and not, for example, burn Russian speakers to death in Odessa, as Ukraine’s giggling teenagers so famously did at the start of the current troubles. Imagine if Ukraine’s youth, or at least those of them not being slaughtered for Monsanto’s bottom line at the front, could persuade the Klitschko brothers to get MI6’s evil Zelensky gnome to release the Kononovich brothers.

And imagine if the Pope sounded off on any of that, rather than gassing on about the Ukrainian grain deal, whose demise has opened the door to a newer, brighter and far more hopeful future for Africa, where the future of the Pope’s Catholic Church also lies. It doesn’t really matter if you like or loathe Russia; everyone can agree that Russia providing substantial free grain to Burkina Faso, Zimbabwe, Mali, Somalia, CAR and Eritrea is not only one small step for African humanity but one giant leap towards the birth of a new world order that is antithetical to that the Pentagon’s above-adumbrated walking dead propound.

The Pope, as part of his Portuguese pilgrim, will be helicoptered into Fātima where on June 13th 1917 no less august a figure than Mary, the Mother of God, famously told Lúcia dos Santos, Francisco Marto and Jacinta Marto, three young Portuguese children, that “Russia will be converted and the world will have peace”.

Well, although the world has yet to find peace, Russia has not only been converted but they have banned the lucrative sex change industry which has resulted in untold numbers of Western children being mutilated for life.

If Pope Francis is in any doubt as to how Satanic that industry is, he should just consider that his fellow social influencers Hollywood actors Megan Fox, Gwen Stefani, Angela Jolie, Brad Pitt, Adele, Charlize Theron and Naomi Watts, all of whom have “transitioned” their children, have far more sway than him with the West’s rudderless youth.

If Pope Francis wants to use his social media podium for good, he should take pot shots at them, and others like Dan Wooton and MI6’s gay mafia, who are alleged to have catfished not only leading media celebrities but social influencers at the apex of the British Royal family. Good luck to the Pope if he tries to hold truth to their power and their fellow proponents of the Little Red Sex Book or Noah Berlatsky and the other critics of Sound of Freedom.

Of course, if the Pope was asked why he doesn’t condemn America’s never-ending litany of war crimes, or why he does not speak out for Ukrainians widowed for Joe & Hunter Biden’s greed, he would waffle that he is just a poor pilgrim paying homage to the Mother of God at Fātima, which was so named after the Muslim prophet’s daughter.

And pilgrimage, as any Shia Muslim would tell him, is a good and holy thing. Which probably explains why America’s proxies continually bomb Shia places of pilgrimage. The most recent such outrage was, again, at the Sayyidah Zaynab Mosque, so named after another of Mohammad’s daughters, in the southern suburbs of Damascus, which I have visited on several occasions in futile attempts to help Syria’s Shia victims of American, British and Israeli terrorism.

Just like Ukraine, one of the major stumbling blocks to helping those Syrian victims has been Israeli spies planted in the Greek Catholic Church which, ironically, has also given us some of the Arab world’s greatest patriots. The problem with a Church, any Church, is because it has not a unified structure of command, there are too many back channels for such compromised agents to exploit and, in the case of Ukraine, those agents get the Pope to look at the chessboard only from NATO’s side, from Hunter Biden’s side, rather than from the point of view of Gonzalo Lira, the Kononovich brothers, or indeed, the mothers, widows, siblings and orphans of the fallen. That is wrong.

Jesus, in Matthew 5:37, reflects not only JFK’s Ask not what your country can do speech and MLK’s I have a dream speech but, more to the Pontiff in Portugal’s point, the innocence and absoluteness of youth when He tells us to let our yes be yes and our no be no.

Even though the great Syrian apostle St Paul reflects those admonitions in Colossians 3:9 and Ephesians 4:25, given how rotten NATO’s empire is, it would be too much to expect the Pope to also reflect those words when he speaks in Portugal. Although the Church claims it is founded on the blood of the martyrs, very few chose that path; most kept their heads down and their mouths firmly shut.

And though we all hope the million or so kids who gather around Pope Francis will, like the Flintstones, have a gay old time, when Pope Francis speaks, as he inevitably will, he should say something that adds value about something he and those kids can positively influence. Ukraine using the grain deal to orphan Russian children by attacking the Kerch bridge is not one of those things and spoilsports like Olga Kharlan are a waste of breath.

Pope Francis should salute Lúcia dos Santos, Francisco Marto and Jacinta Marto for their fidelity, thank Mary, Mother of God, for putting Portugal’s youth on the map, praise Russia’s munificence to Africa and her rejection of the money-making transsexual industry, express his condolences to Syria’s Shia martyrs, pray for the release of the Kononovich brothers and, in general, put a few more grey hairs into the craniums of Henry Kissinger, and Joe Biden by speaking truth to their power and thereby inspire tens of millions of others not only to reject them and their crack pipes but NATO’s empire of lies, death and deceit as well.

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