Vatican attempts to expel Italian Citizen from Italy as an Illegal Immigrant!

By Br. Alexis Bugnolo

Rome, Italy: Feb. 11, 2020: The title of this report is as incredible as it sounds. For almost seven years Jorge Mario Bergoglio has done everything he can to insist that Italy accept illegal immigrants from whatever nation they come and that they should not be expelled. He has strongly criticized the efforts of Matteo Salvini, in his former capacity as Minister of the Interior, for his efforts to stem or prevent illegal immigration.

But this morning, in the Vatican Territory, it appears that the Vatican Secretary of State requested the detention and arrest of my person. I was detained at 11:40 A.M., after having had my identification papers requested on Vatican soil, almost as soon as I entered the Piazza of San Pietro around 11 A.M..

I did happen to meet one of the Vatican Reporters for the Associated Press, who wanted to interview me, but on account of being taken away for questioning — they said — my interview never happened. The AP reporter admitted being told that her sources were of the belief that something big would happen on the 7th Anniversary of Pope Benedict XVI’s Declaration.  I wanted to be at the Piazza of St. Peter to meet with other Catholics who were concerned about the treatment of Pope Benedict, the invalidity of his renunciation, and his effective imprisonment.

For this reason I was not able to interview more than one Italian, Massimo Testarotta, who had come for the event, Grex Vocum. I interviewed him and the AP reporter co-recorded the responses. He had traveled all the way from Trieste, Italy.

Here is his interview, in Italian:

Following this interview, I feared I would be arrested since my passport was refused me. I was told that I was not being arrested or detained or questioned, but in American terms that is just was happened. I was threatened with worse if I refused.

I did not expect that the Vatican would attempt to have me dragged off physically. I was told that if I did not come willingly, a police car would be called and I would be taken away in hand cuffs.  I was never told my crime. I was told they only wanted to question me.

Not being an expert in Italian, the kind gentleman whom I just had interviewed for FromRome.Info Video agreed to be my translator. As I left, the AP reporter was totally shocked. Another reporter was also present. They could not believe it. I was brought to another location, which I cannot identify without being accused of the crime of defaming the police who took me into their company!

I was eventually released at about 1:48 PM, about two hours later.

The 2 hours was a grueling cross examination and series of accusations which they wanted to charge me with.

The first attempted charge was that I was an illegal alien without a visa to enter Italian Territory. How you can be arrested in Vatican Territory for violating Italian Law is something they did not explain. Though one officer told me that when the Pope is not in the Piazza S. Pietro, the Piazza is not Vatican Territory. — I told him he badly misunderstands the borders of the Vatican City State!

The penalty they wanted to impose upon me was 3 years of exclusion from Italy. They made this accusation even though they had MY ITALIAN PASSPORT verifying that I am an Italian Citizen ex iuris sanguinis, with the right to remain in Italy perpetually!

Only after insisting that the first charge was false, did they drop it.

The next charge to bring against me was that I was a vagabond, without residence. But they could not find any law to make that a crime. You see, if you are not the right kind of poor person, Bergoglio wants you arrested!

Then they began a long disquisition with me through my translator, accusing me of being a “Frate”. I asked them what they thought that word meant and they could not give me a coherent reply. So I wrote out 2 pages to explain what a Friar is and why some could say I am but other that I am not, since the term is not defined in Canon Law, and that some Franciscans use the term, but others do not and that some Franciscan communities do not want others to use the term and some do not. They seem consternated in my lengthy and legal reply and so would not accept my written statement — which I believe totally exonerated me from the trumped up charge.

And so they proceeded to another accusation.

The third charge was that I was attempting to defraud others by presenting myself in the clothing of a Catholic Priest. They explained to me what they thought was a catholic priest and what a catholic priest wears. They were so wrong, I had to laugh. They thought a priest was anyone who took vows, and that all Franciscans are priests, and that the Franciscan habit was a sign of being a priest and that all Franciscans are official representatives of the Catholic Church! What can I say! They thought my Franciscan habit was a priest’s cassock!

I asked if any had studied Church Law. They said no. I asked if anyone could bring me a copy of the legal code they were accusing me of violating. They refused. Mr. Testarotta used his cellphone and showed me. I asked for a lawyer to advise me at least 3 times, they refused to procure one for me. I told them I did not know how to respond to their accusations without legal advice.

I looked at the article in the Penal Code which I was being accused of violating, and it said nothing about how I dressed, nor did it define its terms. So I said to them, through my translator that they were accusing me of violating what they thought is the meaning of words in the Code which the Code itself does not define. So what they are accusing me of is violating what they think the law is. Their response I do not remember. I asked how I can reply to the accusation if they do not define for me what I am being accused of. Evidently that is my problem. I think they told me to tell it to the judge.

So they charged me with impersonating an official representative of the Catholic Church. They did not say to whom I made this impersonation or when. They evidently thought that if they think I am such a representative, that I am responsible for their mistaken thoughts and judgement. — This is a whole new category of thought crime, being responsible for the thoughts of the police!

I made a short statement about my consecrated life as a Franciscan brother observing the Rule of Saint Francis. They said the Court will not contact me about the matter, because I have no address, but that in 30 days I have to present my defense. The ultimate penalty would be a fine of up to nearly 900 Euros or a thousand dollars. I told them as a son of Saint Francis I have no money and can not pay a fine. One of them ridiculed me, implying I was a liar.

Finally, they complained at the end of having wasted so much time with me, and I said I hoped they were being well paid by the Vatican Secretary of State. I am convinced the Vatican Secretary of State was involved because during the questioning which was not questioning, I saw them with a page printed out some days ago, of the website of an organization they wanted to accuse me about for some reason, and which had nothing to do with my presence in the Piazza San Pietro. It seemed about a week old, printed on a low quality inkjet printer. I was folded 4 times to stick in a pocket and hide away.

This is the sad state of affairs at the Vatican. Police harassment of journalists to prevent them interviewing anyone who might criticize the Argentine! — Does anyone think any longer that Pope Benedict XVI is not at all a prisoner?

I personally ask everyone who has faulted Pope Benedict XVI for being silent for 7 years to apologize publicly. I hope you can see now what happens to you if you even want to hear someone criticize Bergoglio on Vatican soil. I also think that what happened to me today proves:

  1. That is highly probable that Pope Benedict XVI was forced to read the Declaratio 7 years ago.
  2. That Pope Benedict XVI cannot be presumed a priori to have consented to anything after February 10, 2013.
  3. That Pope Benedict XVI is most likely being threatened with physical violence and detained against his will.
  4. That Pope Benedict XVI is surrounded with jailors and no friends.

LET US PRAY FOR POPE BENEDICT. What I suffered today is not even a drop in the Sea of Sufferings which he has had to sail on for 7 long years!

I thank God for the opportunity to taste the suffering the true Pope is enduring, and I beg all to pray for the Pope’s liberation!

Please share this post with all clergy, bishops and Cardinals you may know. I believe that my treatment on the occasion of Grex Vocum — the mere desire of Catholics to express their rights in accord with Canon 212 — shows the Vatican is totally out of control and is NOT in communion with the Catholic Church, for to reject Canon Law is to rebel from the Church, and that breaks communion in the most grave way.

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CREDITS: The Featured Image is a photo of Saint Peter’s Basilica taken by Br. Bugnolo this morning at the Vatican.

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25 thoughts on “Vatican attempts to expel Italian Citizen from Italy as an Illegal Immigrant!”

  1. Thank God that you are not physically injured and that He provided a translator who was willing to help! Would it be helpful for me to contact my US Senators about your present harassment and potential expulsion?

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  2. That was a harrowing experience & at the hands of PF The Merciful no less. If this doesn’t spur those fence-sitters off their perch I don’t know what to say, except they continue to persecute Christ Our Saviour by supporting the notion that PF was ever validly elected to the PO.

    I appeal to all of them to do their duty as Catholics & make these monsters in the Vatican provide the answers we are adamant in getting, no matter what it takes. They won’t voluntarily respond until it becomes impossible for them not to. There is power in numbers & it is time for you to join PBXVI camp in order to rid ourselves of these Marxist usurpers, exorcise the Vatican, its precincts & Episcopes & restore the OHC&A Church to its former glory.

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  3. Br. Bugnolo, I had a feeling something was going to come up against you and that is why I had commented in the previous post on Grex Vocum that may the Holy Angels and Saints protect you and those gathered. I truly believe that the Holy Angels and Saints freed you from those tyrants! The officials are victims of such terrible Bergoglian regime and we pray for their conversion. Thank you for your courage because there is no other Catholic religious in Rome or in the world that is sacrificing their entire life and reputation, fearlessly, for the defense of the true Holy Father Benedict XVI and the Church. That is what a true son of Saint Francis really is!! God bless you!!

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  4. There are no more important fights than those you have taken on, Brother Alexis. We’re all blessed to know of your work, and I’m sure we all pray that we may be able to do more.

    Deo gratias.

    (There seems to be a typo here, where you write ‘some do not’ twice: “…some Franciscan communities do not want others to use the term and some do not.” You must have meant some do and some do not.)

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  5. I’m confused about one thing. Did I misunderstand that you don’t have an address? It must be some legal thing. Thanks for explaining.

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  6. Fortitudo,

    Having been in Italy for some time, I slipped into a double negative. I wanted to say some do not like others using it, and others do not dislike them using it. But I will leave it as it is, for color….

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  7. Dear Fortitudo,

    In Italy, you are supposed to have registered with the State 2 addresses. One where you have the right to vote, and one where you are presently living. This is because Italians never want to give up their town of birth, even if they must spend a lifetime working elsewhere. But you can only have such addresses if the property is owned by someone willing to allow you to register there or willing to rent to you there under a contract. Being without a salary, income or any possessions, and having no relatives in Italy, who are close enough in affinity, I have neither address. So I am classified as a vagabond and I have to live in hotels, now here, now there. I cannot live in a monastery, because they are either all under the control of Bergoglians or they are under the use of commerical activities. This does not bother me, as Saint Francis taught his sons to carry their monastic cell with them all the time.

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  8. Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes

    Brother Alexis–Salute! For your guts, for taking a stand for truth, and for the one true Pope.

    I don’t think anyone annoys Bergoglio more than you, with the exception of Pope Benedict himself. For the sons of darkness hate the sons of light. It’s Biblical.

    Benedict lands a grenade in the antipope’s soup-bowl from time to time–as for example with the Benedict-Sarah Book Imbroglio, causing Antipope Bergoglio to bray for the head of Gänswein on a platter. Whereas you continually land a load of buckshot in Bergoglio’s fat posterior.

    Well done!

    C. B.
    New York, N. Y.

    P. S. Got it, you’re Italian. “Very Modern. Very Italian. Very Good,” as they used to say. May I ask: Do you still have your U. S. Citizenship? You needn’t renounce it and may have dual citizenship . . . Which may come in handy on the political front.

    P. P. S. Love the redesigned website. 10X better than the old. Says you mean business–which is why the prince of darkness targeted you today.

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  9. Bergoglio is worse than a communist dictator is a tyrant who thinks he owns the Church and the world. That is why Archbishop Viganò hides from this criminal who was able to betray two Jesuits in Argentina.

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  10. C.B. thank you, I try to aim right at that big fat target, yes, every day. But I am still a US Citizen because I never knew I was an Italian citizen until about 10 years ago. Italy considers you a citizen if your father was born before your grandfather became a US Citizen. You just need to show you are the grandson of such an emigree.

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