Viganò openly questions whether China forced Benedict to resign, St Gallen Mafia plotted invalid election

by Br. Alexis Bugnolo

Many Catholics have been waiting for it for more than a year: the time when Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò would publicly admit that the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI may be invalid, or that the Conclave of 2013 may be invalid.

Yesterday, in his interview with Marco Tosatti, Archbishop Viganò opened both questions, saying (Red added on key passages):

Marco Tosatti: Don’t you think that in the end the Report that everyone is waiting for will be published?

 Abp. Viganò: If it is possible to shed light on this affair, this will happen despite the Vatican: the interests at stake are enormous and directly affect the very top of the Church, and not only for questions of a doctrinal, moral, or canonical nature, but also for political and diplomatic aspects that have seen the Holy See become the object of a coup d’état with the complicity of those who should have defended it in its sovereignty and independence. What did not succeed during the pontificate of Benedict XVI was brought to fruition after his resignation. How can we hope that the one who is indebted for his own election to McCarrick – who was one of the main proponents of the secret agreement with China – will be able to clarify a series of events that involve him personally, demonstrating the connivances with the Chinese dictatorship against Catholics faithful to the Holy See and perhaps also the responsibility of that regime for the resignation of Pope Benedict? How can we imagine that the murky events of Saint Gallen will become clear, when it was there that the conspirators organized the election of Bergoglio? And how can we believe that the Church will purify herself of the corruption and vice of her clerics and prelates, when they are the ones who have taken power and who are promoted to the highest levels in a web of complicity between heretics, perverts, and traitors?

The one who ought to investigate the scandals is heavily involved in the appointment, promotion, and protection of those who are guilty: Bergoglio has surrounded himself with compromised and thus blackmailed personalities, whom he has no qualms about getting rid of as soon as they risk compromising him in his media image.

Let’s not forget that the legitimization of homosexuality is part of the agenda of the New World Order – to which the Bergoglian church adheres openly and unconditionally – not only for its destabilizing value in the social body, but also because sodomy is the principal instrument with which the Enemy intends to destroy the Catholic priesthood, corrupting the souls of the Ministers of God.

For this reason, at least as far as what seems possible, the entire truth about McCarrick will never officially come to light.

10 thoughts on “Viganò openly questions whether China forced Benedict to resign, St Gallen Mafia plotted invalid election”

  1. Vigano is on the right track in pointing out that China was possibly responsible for PP BXVI’s abdication. i always believed Cardinal Dario Castrillón Hoyos testimony (in good memory) when he told Maria Cervantes with Caracol TV Colombia, that the death threat which Benedict XVI had received, and because of which he abdicated, had been “written in Chinese”. (See below at minute 4:54)

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    1. Thanks for that tid bit. Never heard that the threat was written in Chinese. But this does not explain the involvement of Deutsch Bank which is a known agent of the CIA and the Neo Nazi Movement of Globalism.

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      1. It is a mistake to view “communist” China as isolated from the West. Toward the end of the so-called “cold war”, Richard Nixon and Maurice Strong negotiated the entry of China into the New World Order as a source for cheap labour and bargain-basement goods. This shackeled them to the Western banking system whiile also serving as convenient “bad guys” to justify arms profiteering. Same with Russia. The New World Order is a transnational crime syndicate fueled by enormous hidden reserves of wealth. China is as compromised as everyone else.

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  2. The suggestion that a pope resigns because of a death threat to him or a close relative is entirely absurd and not worthy any consideration. There will never have been a pope not being confronted with such a threat. Benedict has weaknesses but I would not think this would one. But he must have known what world would result his ‘resignation’ and God is the judge on that… Having said that already JPII was training faithful with ‘totus tuus’ to be on their own because they would be abandoned .

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  3. We should thank God that Vigano has come on the scene at this time to clarify and give credence to the corruption of the Church since Vatican II especially following “resignation” of Pope Benedict and the elevation of the usurper and heretic, Bergoglio.

    The Chinese Communists have evidently become votaries of the devil to take the Church and the world to the precipice before divine intervention.

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  4. Perhaps Ann Barnhart and Archbishop Vigano could get an invite to your radio/video show. I would love for Vigano to respond (as of yet) to the FACT that Bergoglio is an antipope!

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  5. Reblogged this on RemnantDisciplesJtM and commented:
    Abp. Vigano calls him “Bergoglio”. There is obviously some doubt there about whether he is truly elected. Our Lady told us “those who should speak will be silent”. We need our leading faithful bishops to speak out, so that the faithful are not further misled by this imposter sitting on Peter’s throne and who is well on his way into leading us all to the “Church of Darkness”. Many souls will be lost. Democracy has almost disappeared and we are led by the captivity of fear. We need to pray that many other priests and bishops join with Vigano so that they can be a strong voice which will be heard. We need an army to save the Church. We need saints!

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