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Who is Pope Francis I? March 31, 2013

Posted by Holly Rose Wood in Governance.
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In supporting Argentina’s “Dirty War”, Jorge Mario Bergoglio has blatantly violated the very tenets of Christian morality which cherish  the value of human life.  Author’s message to Pope Francis: “Thou shalt not kill”

Source: Global Research

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky
March 16, 2013

Excerpt: Who is Jorge Mario Bergoglio? 

In 1973, he had been appointed “Provincial” of Argentina for the Society of Jesus.

In this capacity, Bergoglio was the highest ranking Jesuit in Argentina during the military dictatorship led by General Jorge Videla (1976-1983).

He later became bishop and archbishop of Buenos Aires. Pope John Paul II elevated him to the title of cardinal in 2001

When the military junta relinquished power in 1983, the duly elected president Raúl Alfonsín set up a Truth Commission pertaining to the crimes underlying the “Dirty War” (La Guerra Sucia).

The military junta had been supported covertly by Washington.

US. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger played a behind the scenes role in the 1976 military coup…. Read more

Related stories on this blog:
The Psycho-ology of The Elite
‘Religious leaders’ ‘step down’

Stories elsewhere:
Project Camelot – Kerry’s Blog: Peter of Rome and the Prophecy
The Guardian – Pope Francis: Questions remain over his role during Argentina’s Dictatorship
Vatican Insider – “Francis set a bad example by washing the feet of two women”

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