Saturday, February 4, 2017
Posters Appear in Rome Denouncing Pope Bergoglio's Modernist Autocracy
Edit: here's a brief edited google translation of Marco Tossatti's report:
[Marco Tosatti] In Rome every now and again there appear posters without permission on the walls; ie posters that do not follow the regular procedure for the City. A modern and updated version of the bills that the Romans unhappily hung at Pasquino, the mutilated statue at Piazza Navona, to protest against injustices and to express their displeasure.
The last case of putting up posters - irregular - and mocking, concerned the Minister of Education, Valeria Fedeli, a few months ago. But that the walls of Rome are now covered up with dozens of posters against the Pontiff is certainly a big news.
It happened today, and the news broke broke at ADN Kronos in these terms:
"There appeared dozens of posters this morning throughout Rome, hung on the walls of the city, of protest against Pope Francis and his work. The picture across the board shows the image of the pontiff which is particularly darkened and frowning. Below, on the bottom in purple, written with Romansh font: 'In Francis, you police congregations, removed priests, decapitated the Order of Malta and the Franciscans of the Immaculate, ignored Cardinals ... is this your mercy? ' . The poster is anonymous, does not report acronyms or symbols, but is easily attributable to the conservative circles who increasingly expressed their opposition to the Magisterium, measures and the pontifical line of Pope Bergoglio. "
See also: https://marklambert.blogspot.com/2017/02/romans-say-basta.html?m=1 and Rorate.