Thursday, January 16, 2020

++Viganò Accuses ++Gänswein of Abusive Control Over Pope

By Diane Montagna
ROME, January 16, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) — In the wake of the controversy surrounding the genesis of Cardinal Robert Sarah’s new book with Benedict XVI on priestly celibacy, Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò has released a testimony denouncing Archbishop Georg Gänswein for what he calls his “abusive and systematic control” of the pope emeritus.
“It is time to reveal the abusive and systematic control exercised by Archbishop Georg Gänswein over the Supreme Pontiff Benedict XVI since the beginning of his pontificate,” Archbishop Viganò writes in the one-page testimony released on January 16 (see official English text below). 
LifeSite has reached out to Archbishop Gänswein, and will update readers if he responds.
Archbishop Viganò’s testimony follows several days of fierce backlash against the pope emeritus and the cardinal, portraying them as opposed to Pope Francis and undermining his widely anticipated apostolic exhortation on the Amazon Synod. It also comes after the Archbishop Gänswein openly contradicted Cardinal Sarah’s official account of the genesis of the book, claiming instead that Benedict “did not approve a project for a co-authored book and he had not seen or authorized the cover.”



Anonymous said...

Where's the body? When is the last time anyone (outside of opus devils who constantly use his name in vain) saw Archbishop Vigano alive?

With an orange rope tied in a lover’s knot around his neck, Calvi’s body was found hanging from scaffolding, bricks were in his pockets along with £7,500 cash. Within 24 hours of the body being found, the City of London police (perhaps due to Masonic influence) had concluded that Roberto Calvi had committed suicide.

Various sources do state that another name for P2 was the ‘frati neri’ or ‘black friars’ – Calvi was the victim of a Masonic ritual slaying and the location was of course symbolic, it is a bridge which connects the Masonically named “Square Mile” of the City of London with Greater London.

The murder of Calvi came just a few years after the death of Pope John Paul I, in 1978 – just 33 days after he was elected (anybody familiar with Freemasonry or esoteric numerology will know the significance of the number 33). Some speculated that the pope’s death was due to his attempt at breaking the ties between Banco Ambrosiano & the Vatican. Another key figure was that of Licio Gelli, Grand Master of the P2 masonic lodge. Now at the age of 84, Gelli is on house arrest after being sentenced to 12 years for fraud in connection with the collapse of Calvi’s bank.

@12:06 “In God’s Name” At the time of Calvi’s death he was according to subsequent sworn statements made by his family negotiating with Opus Dei which had agreed to buy the 16% of Banco Ambrosiano that the Vatican owned. If this deal had been completed the $1.3 billion hole would have been filled, Calvi’s empire would have remained intact and Archbishop Paul Marcinkus would have been removed from office. Many, including Marcinkus, objected to that 11th hour deliverance from such a quarter.
@17:30 And it’s also worth noting here that an organization (hearkening back to our discussion of fascism in the Vatican last week, and remembering the fascist nature of P2, which is at the core of all these Vatican bank machinations) it’s worth noting that a fascist society called opus dei (and that is not an inaccurate or biased description of that society) a society called opus dei has been moving up very dramatically in the Vatican under Pope John Paul II.

Anonymous said...

Numerous large bank fraud and asset stripping cases have taken place in Argentina since banking deregulation was enacted by the last dictatorship in 1977, most of which led to the insolvency of the banks involved; some were resolved by the Central Bank, but at considerable cost to public coffers. The most notable early case was probably that of the BIR, whose US$3 billion Ponzi scheme collapse in March 1980 triggered a nationwide financial crisis. Its chairman, José Trozzo, shared ownership of the bank with among others Admiral Emilio Massera (the second most powerful figure in the military junta during its first three years); Trozzo evaded justice by fleeing to Mexico, leaving the bank's last director, Raúl Piñero Pacheco, to pay US$20 million in Central Bank penalties.[127]

Other significant such cases include Banco Internacional (1981), which collapsed under US$1.2 billion in securities fraud orchestrated by its chairman, Rómulo Seitún, and led to the bankruptcy of the largest agroindustrial firm in Argentina at the time, Sasetrú;[127] Banco Alas, the nation's 13th largest when it was shuttered in 1986 for defrauding the Central Bank;[51] Banco Mayo (1998), whose US$200 million collapse led to a prison term for former DAIA president Rubén Beraja;[128] Banco República (1999), whose chairman Raúl Moneta obtained an US$89 million rediscount from the Central Bank four days before his bank collapsed and had a US$26 million tax debt condoned despite fleeing the country;[129] and Banco Velox (2002), whose owners, the Peirano Basso brothers, transferred US$800 million in deposits to a Cayman Islands offshore bank, leading to the insolvency of Velox, Banco Alemán (Paraguay), and Banco Montevideo (Uruguay).[130] With the exception of Rubén Beraja (who is Jewish), the chairmen involved in each of these bank collapses were members of the right-wing Roman Catholic group, Opus Dei.[130][131]

Anonymous said...

Ganswein may be benedict's "handler," but ganswein's "handler" is opus devil (and he was in the position to leak everything about benedict to opus devil to be used by them however (same as now)).* Moreover Opus devil has worked w/bergoglio since the 70s and approved bergoglio's papacy (just like jp2s and benedict's). Opus devil is hand in glove w/bergoglio, the globalists, and the masons.

It was the London-based Anglo-Dutch financial oligarchy and allied synarchist elements, including those inside the “Catholic” Opus Dei and the fascist Propaganda Two (P-2) lodge, that ran the death squad activity in Argentina, to impose free-market economic policies and dismantle the sovereign nation-state. The same trio that installed Chilean fascist Augusto Pinochet in power in the 1973 coup, and backed his fascist repression—former U.S. Secretaries of State George Shultz and Henry Kissinger, and synarchist financier Felix Rohatyn—was at the center of the events that led to Argentina’s “dirty war” of the 1970s and 1980s.

1.27.09 The Case for Nancy Pelosi’s Immediate Forced Resignation Nancy Pelosi, the darling of “Fascist Felix” Rohatyn and George Soros, must be removed as Speaker of the House, if Congress is to enact the legislation needed to reverse the collapse.

Argentina’s coup was led by General Jorge Videla. A devout Catholic, Videla was influenced by the ideology of Opus Dei, an international proto-fascist Catholic organization. The junta ran Argentina from 1976 to 1983. It immediately froze wages and eventually generated mass privatization.

What Argentine Priests Knew About the ‘Dirty War’

Vatican Rejects Claims of Pope’s Ties to Argentina’s ‘Dirty War’

*The s/h/its and opus devils are on the same side. "In 2006, Pope Benedict XVI appointed Rev. Federico Lombardi, S.J., to replace Navarro-Valls in a temporary shift of power from Opus Dei to the Jesuits, but Opus Dei continued to have a source of access to the Papal Office and Vatican Press Office in the person of Father Georg Gänswein (now Archbishop), the Personal Secretary of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI and Prefect of the Papal Household for Pope Francis. Gänswein served as a Professor of Canon Law at the Opus Dei Pontifical University of the Holy Cross after he joined Cardinal Ratzinger’s staff at the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith in 1996.

MyronM said...

....Harvey [James M. cardinal] then added that at the beginning of the Pontificate, Benedict XVI, pointing at him [Gänswein] with his finger, exclaimed, "Gestapo! Gestapo!*"
This behavior of B16 reveals an amazing lack of seriousness of a man holding the Office of Saint Peter, as well as the lack of consistency. If B16 noticed Gaenswein's abuse of confidence, he should immediately throw him out. Another factor aroused here: the personal emotional bond turned out to be stronger than the duties towards the Holy Office. Bishop Joseph Raztinger apparently was enchanted by the young German cleric in a well-cut cassock. B16 seems to be susceptible to blackmail.
*Geheime Staatspolizei - Secret State Police in Germany in 1933-45. Is Archbishop Georg an agent of some secret police?