KING JESUS IS COMING FOR US ANY TIME NOW. THE RAPTURE. BE PREPARED TO GO.
WELL AFTER ME WRITTING SATURDAY ABOUT THE FALSE CHURCH AND CRISLAM IN THESE LAST DAYS.NOW WE HAVE A REPORT OF CORRUPTION AND MISDEALINGS IN THE VATICAN AND THERE REPORTING ITS ALL ABOUT THE POWER STRUGGLE OF THE NEXT POPE TO BE ELECTED.THE NEXT POPE COULD BE THE INFAMOUS DEFECTOR FROM THE CHRISTIAN FAITH AND THE FALSE POPE PETER THE ROMAN.SO THIS CURRUPTION AND SCANDLE ABOUT A POWER STRUGGLE FOR THE NEXT POPE BLENDS RIGHT INTO BIBLICAL PROPHECY.THERE SAYING THE BUTLER IS THE SCAPEGOAT ABOUT THIS NEXT POPE SCANDLE.ITS ALL ABOUT THE POWER STRUGGLE FOR THE NEXT POPE.
BISHOP SHEEN (CATHOLIC PREIST)-THE FALSE POPE WILL HAVE A RELIGION
WITHOUT A CROSS,A RELIGION WITHOUT A WORLD TO COME,A RELIGION TO DESTROY
RELIGIONS.THERE WILL BE A COUNTERFEIT CHURCH.CHRISTS CHURCH WILL BE
ONE,AND THE FALSE POPE WILL CREATE THE OTHER.THE FALSE CHURCH WILL BE
WORLDLY,ECUMENICAL AND GLOBAL.IT WILL BE A LOOSE FEDERATION OF
CHURCHES.(WORLD COUNCIL OF LUKEWARM CHURCHES) AND RELIGIONS (ISLAM AND
THE NEW AGE MOVEMENTS INCLUDED) FORMING SOME TYPE OF GLOBAL
ASSOCIATION,A WORLD PARLIAMONT OF CHURCHES.IT WILL BE EMPTIED OF ALL
DIVINE CONTENT (NO JESUS IN THIS PRETEND RELIGION) AND WILL BE THE
MYSTICAL BODY OF THE ANTICHRIST OR WORLD DICTATOR OR SUBSTITUTE FOR
CHRIST (AS WELL AS THE FALSE VATICAN POPE)(AS THESE TWO WILL BE HAND IN
GLOVE IN PARTNERSHIP DURING THE 7 YEAR DECEPTION TRIBULATION PERIOD OF
DEATH DESTRUCTION AND THE WORST DECEPTION IN HISTORY).
MYSTICAL BODY ON EARTH TODAY WILL HAVE ITS JUDAS ISCARIOT.AND HE WILL BE
THE FALSE POPE.SATAN WILL RECRUIT HIM FROM AMOUNG OUR CARDINALS (BISHOPS.)(CATHOLIC
CARDINALS TO BE MADE THE POPE)(ONE BECOMES THE FALSE POPE PETER THE ROMAN
WHICH SHOULD BE THE NEXT POPE FOLLOWING BENEDICT 16TH WHO IS CURRENTLY
THE VATICAN POPE.)
HOW THE NEXT POPE IS ELECTED
Vatican leakers say cardinals among plotters in scandal
By Philip Pullella | Reuters – 18 mins ago MAY 28,2012
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - The worst crisis in Pope Benedict's
pontificate deepened on Monday when Italian media said at least one
cardinal was among those suspected of leaking sensitive documents as
part of a power struggle at the top of the Church.The scandal
exploded last week when within a few days the pope's butler was arrested
for leaking documents, the head of the Vatican's
own bank was abruptly dismissed and a book was published alleging
conspiracies among the cardinals or "princes of the Church".
Newspapers, quoting insiders who had themselves leaked
documents, said the arrested butler was merely a scapegoat doing the
bidding of more powerful figures in the scandal, which has been dubbed
Documents passed to Italian journalists accuse Vatican insiders of cronyism and corruption in contracts with Italian companies. La Stampa daily quoted one of the alleged leakers as saying the goal was to help the pope root out corruption.On Saturday, Paolo
Gabriele, 46, Pope Benedict's personal butler, was formally charged with
stealing confidential papal documents. But leakers quoted by La Stampa,
La Repubblica and other media said the leaking plot went much wider."There are leakers among the cardinals but the
Secretariat of State could not say that, so they arrested the servant,
Paolo, who was only delivering letters on behalf of others," La
Repubblica quoted one alleged whistleblower as saying.The Secretariat of State is run by Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone,
the pope's powerful right-hand man, and the scandal appears to involve a
power struggle between his allies and enemies, reminiscent of
Renaissance conspiracies in the Vatican.
It has been brewing for months, but since it burst into
the open it has shaken the very heart of the Roman Catholic Church.Aides say the pontiff is "saddened and pained" by the
events. His critics say a lack of strong leadership has opened the door
to infighting among his powerful aides - and potentially to the
corruption alleged in the leaked documents.Many Vatican insiders believe the butler, who had
access to the pope's private apartment, could not have acted alone. He
is being held in a "safe room" in the Vatican police station and has
been charged with aggravated theft.Now known in Vatican statements as "the defendant" - he
was until Wednesday night the quiet man who served the pope's meals,
helped him dress and held his umbrella on rainy days."He did not steal the documents. His role was to
deliver documents," La Stampa newspaper quoted the unidentified alleged
leaker it interviewed as saying.
WEED OUT CORRUPTION
The Vatican's announcement of the arrest of the butler came a day after the president of the Vatican bank
(IOR), Italian Ettore Gotti Tedeschi
, was fired by its board of external financial experts, who come from Germany, Spain, the United States and Italy.Gotti Tedeschi
ouster was is a blow to Bertone, who as secretary of state was
instrumental in bringing him in from Spain's Banco Santander to run the
Vatican bank in 2009.While news of the
butler's arrest has filled pages and pages of newspapers in Italy and
beyond, the Vatican's own newspaper, L'Osservatore Romano, has ignored
the story. Some say this may be because the paper itself has been an
instrument in the power struggle between Bertone's allies and foes.Documents leaked over the last few months included
letters by an archbishop who was transferred to Washington by Bertone
after blowing the whistle on what he saw as a web of corruption in a
memo that put a number of cardinals in a bad light. Other documents
alleged internal conflicts over the Vatican bank."I feel very sad for the pope. This whole thing is such
a disservice to the Church," said Carl Anderson, head of the Knights of
Columbus charity group and a member of the board of the Vatican bank
who voted to fire Gotti Tedeschi.
Anderson told Reuters the bank president was sacked
because of "a fundamental failure to perform his basic
responsibilities". Gotti Tedeschi has said he was ousted because he
wanted the bank to be more transparent, but Anderson rejected that
assertion."Categorically, this action by the board had nothing to
do with his promotion of transparency," Anderson said. "In fact, he was
becoming an obstacle to greater transparency by his inability to work
with senior management."He said the Vatican
was aiming to make the OECD's "white list" of states with an adequate
level of financial transparency. Vatican sources have pointed to the
bank head's very public ouster as an example of the drive to achieve
this.Gianlugi Nuzzi, the
Italian journalist who has received many of the documents over recent
months and last week published a new book called "His Holiness", on
Monday criticised the Vatican for rounding up leakers."Surely, arresting
someone and rounding up people and treating them like delinquents to
stop them from passing on true information to newspapers would cause an
uproar in other countries," he said. "There would be a petition to free
Cardinal a leading mole in Vatileaks scandal: Italy media
ROME - An unnamed cardinal is suspected of being a leading
mole behind a series of embarrassing leaks of confidential papal
documents, the Italian media reported on Monday."A cardinal led the crow," read the headline in Il Messaggero,
referring to Pope Benedict XVI's personal butler Paolo Gabriele who was
arrested last week in the "Vatileaks" scandal after secret papers were
found in his home."The real brains are the cardinals. Then there are the monsignors,
secretaries and smaller fry," according to one source quoted by La
Repubblica.Gabriele, who has worked at the Vatican since 2006 and was one of a
select few with access to the pope's private quarters, was arrested a
month after the pope set up a special commission of cardinals to probe
the leaks.The documents, splashed in the Italian press and in a book, have shed
light on many Vatican secrets, including the Church's tax problems, the
funding of Catholic bodies, child sex scandals and negotiations with
hardline traditionalist rebels.Although they do not reveal any great surprises, the secret papers
have lifted the lid on deep-seated venom among rival figures in the
Vatican.Gabriel's arrest was greeted with disbelief as the 46-year-old was
known for his devotion and loyalty to the pope and there has been
speculation he was a simply a pawn in a game of intrigue and struggle
for power inside the Holy See.
One source quoted by La Repubblica said the mole behind the leaks had
acted in support of the pope "because the goal was to reveal the
corruption within the Church over the past few years"."There are those who oppose Cardian Secretary of State Tarcisio
Bertone, those who think Benedict XVI is too weak to lead the Church and
those who think this is the right time to move forward," the source
said.The source also said the pope was deeply affected by the sacking last
week of Vatican Bank president Ettore Gotti Tedeschi following a spate
of financial scandals."He (the pope) began to cry and then he became angry and vowed that the truth will come out," the source said.Gotti Tedeschi was ousted on Thursday after no-confidence vote over
his failure to clean up the image of the bank and has also been named as
a possible source of leaked documents about the institution.
May 27, 2012
Difficult Pentecost for pope as butler probe hurts
After butler's arrest, Vatican braces for wider investigation
By Philip Pullella, Reuters
Benedict XVI leads the mass on Pentecost Sunday at Saint Peter's
Basilica in the Vatican on May 27, 2012. AFP PHOTO/ FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
A saddened Pope Benedict marked a difficult Pentecost Sunday as the
Vatican braced for a possible widening of the scandal that has seen his
butler arrested on charges of stealing private documents in the
“Vatileaks” affair.The pope looked weary as he celebrated a mass in St Peter’s
Basilica to mark the day when the Church teaches that the Holy Spirit
descended on Christ’s apostles, or disciples.Although the day is regarded as the birthday of the Church,
earthly celebration was likely to be far from the minds of the
85-year-old pope and the cardinals who flanked him at the basilica’s
papal altar.On Saturday his personal butler, Paolo Gabriele, 46, was formally charged with stealing confidential papal documents.The pope made no reference during his two public appearances on
Sunday to the scandal or the arrest, which aides said had “saddened and
pained” him.But Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini, the former archbishop of Milan
and himself once a candidate for the papacy, seemed to speak for many
when he said the scandal should prompt the Church “to urgently win back
the trust of the faithful”.
The atmosphere in the walled city-state was glum as Vatican sources
said they could not rule out more arrests, particularly if Gabriele
named any accomplices.
Gabriele is suspected of leaking highly sensitive documents, some
of which allege cronyism and corruption in Vatican contracts with
Italian companies.The scandal, which has been brewing for months, has now hit the
very heart of the Roman Catholic Church because Gabriele - now known in
Vatican statements as “the defendant” - was until Wednesday night the
quiet man who served the pope’s meals, helped him dress and held his
umbrella on rainy days.
PERSONAL BETRAYAL OR BIGGER PLOT?
Cardinal Martini, writing in an Italian newspaper, said the pope
had been “betrayed” just as Jesus was betrayed 2,000 years ago, and that
the Church would have to emerge from the latest scandal cleaner and
stronger.Still, few believed that Gabriele, a shy and private man, could
have acted on his own and some said he may have been an unwitting pawn
in a Vatican power struggle.“Either he lost his mind or this is a trap,” a friend of Gabriele’s in the Vatican told the newspaper La Stampa.“Whoever convinced him to do this is even more guilty because he manipulated a simple person.”While news of Gabriele’s arrest has filled pages and pages of
newspapers in Italy and beyond, the Vatican’s own newspaper,
L’Osservatore Romano, has ignored the story.Some say this may be because the paper itself has been an
instrument in a power struggle involving reciprocal mud-slinging between
allies and enemies of the Vatican’s “prime minister”, Secretary of
State Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone.“This is a strategy of tension, an orgy of vendettas and
pre-emptive vendettas that has now spun out of the control of those who
thought they could orchestrate it,” Church historian Alberto Melloni
wrote in the Corriere della Sera newspaper.The scandal involves the leaking of a string of documents to
Italian media in January and February, including personal letters to the
They included letters by an archbishop who was transferred to
Washington after blowing the whistle on what he saw as a web of
corruption and cronyism; a memo that put a number of cardinals in a bad
light; and documents alleging internal conflicts about the Vatican Bank.On Thursday night the Italian president of the Vatican Bank,
Ettore Gotti Tedeschi, was ousted by the board of external financial
directors.He said he was paying for his efforts to make the bank more
transparent, but board members said he had been an ineffective,
incompetent and divisive manager.
DOCTOR DOCTORIAN FROM ANGEL OF GOD
then the angel said, Financial crisis will come to Asia. I will shake the world.
1 Go to now, ye rich men, weep and howl for your miseries that shall come upon you.
2 Your riches are corrupted, and your garments are motheaten.
3 Your gold and silver is cankered; and the rust of them shall be a witness against you, and shall eat your flesh as it were fire. Ye have heaped treasure together for the last days.
10 Standing afar off for the fear of her torment, saying, Alas, alas that great city Babylon, that mighty city! for in one hour is thy judgment come.
17 For in one hour so great riches is come to nought. And every shipmaster, and all the company in ships, and sailors, and as many as trade by sea, stood afar off,
19 And they cast dust on their heads, and cried, weeping and wailing, saying, Alas, alas that great city, wherein were made rich all that had ships in the sea by reason of her costliness! for in one hour is she made desolate.
19 They shall cast their silver in the streets, and their gold shall be removed: their silver and their gold shall not be able to deliver them in the day of the wrath of the LORD: they shall not satisfy their souls, neither fill their bowels: because it is the stumblingblock of their iniquity.
16 And he(THE FALSE POPE WHO DEFECTED FROM THE CHRISTIAN FAITH) causeth all,(IN THE WORLD ) both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:(MICROCHIP IMPLANT)
17 And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark,(MICROCHIP IMPLANT) or the name of the beast,(WORLD DICTATORS NAME INGRAVED ON YOUR SKIN OR TATTOOED ON YOU OR IN THE MICROCHIP IMPLANT) or the number of his name.(THE NUMBERS OF HIS NAME INGRAVED IN THE MICROCHIP IMLPLANT)-(ALL THESE WILL TELL THE WORLD DICTATOR THAT YOUR WITH HIM AND AGAINST KING JESUS-GOD)
18 Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast:(WORLD LEADER) for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.(6-6-6) A NUMBER SYSTEM (6006006)OR(60020202006)(SOME KIND OF NUMBER IMPLANTED IN THE MICROCHIP THAT TELLS THE WORLD DICTATOR AND THE NEW WORLD ORDER THAT YOU GIVE YOUR TOTAL ALLIGIENCE TO HIM AND NOT JESUS)(ITS AN ETERNAL DECISION YOU MAKE)(YOU CHOOSE YOUR OWN DESTINY)(YOU TAKE THE DICTATORS NAME OR NUMBER UNDER YOUR SKIN,YOUR DOOMED TO THE LAKE OF FIRE AND TORMENTS FOREVER,NEVER ENDING MEANT ONLY FOR SATAN AND HIS ANGELS,NOT HUMAN BEINGS).OR YOU REFUSE THE MICROCHIP IMPLANT AND GO ON THE SIDE OF KING JESUS AND RULE FOREVER WITH HIM ON EARTH.YOU CHOOSE,ITS YOUR DECISION.
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1 The burden of Damascus. Behold, Damascus is taken away from being a city, and it shall be a ruinous heap.
23 Concerning Damascus.(SYRIA) Hamath is confounded, and Arpad: for they have heard evil tidings: they are fainthearted; there is sorrow on the sea;(WAR SHIPS WITH NUKES COMING ON SYRIA) it cannot be quiet.
24 Damascus is waxed feeble, and turneth herself to flee, and fear hath seized on her: anguish and sorrows have taken her, as a woman in travail.
25 How is the city of praise not left, the city of my joy!
26 Therefore her young men shall fall in her streets, and all the men of war shall be cut off in that day, saith the LORD of hosts.
27 And I will kindle a fire (NUKES OR BOMBS) in the wall of Damascus, and it shall consume the palaces of Benhadad.(ASSADS PALACES POSSIBLY IN DAMASCUS)
U.N. Security Council condemns Syria over massacre
By Khaled Yacoub Oweis and Louis Charbonneau | Reuters – 6 hrs ago MAY 28,12
NATIONS (Reuters) - The U.N. Security Council on Sunday unanimously
condemned the killing of at least 108 people, including many children,
in the Syrian town of Houla, a sign of mounting outrage at the massacre that the government and rebels blamed on each other.Images of bloodied and lifeless young bodies, laid
carefully side by side after the onslaught on Friday, triggered shock
around the world and underlined the failure of a six-week-old U.N.
ceasefire plan to stop the violence.Western and Arab states opposed to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad put the blame for the deaths squarely on the government. But Damascus rejected the charge."The Security Council condemned in the strongest possible terms the killings, confirmed by United Nations
observers, of dozens of men, women and children and the wounding of
hundreds more in the village of (Houla), near Homs, in attacks that
involved a series of government artillery and tank shellings on a
residential neighborhood," the non-binding statement said.
use of force against civilian population constitutes a violation of
applicable international law and of the commitments of the Syrian Government under United Nations Security Council Resolutions," the statement said.The United Nations believes that at least 108 people were killed in Houla, U.N. peacekeeping chief Herve Ladsous said.Russia, which along
with China has vetoed two Security Council resolutions calling for
tougher action against Damascus, said the "tragic" events in Syria deserve condemnation and called for a U.N. assessment of the violence there.Russian Deputy U.N. Ambassador Alexander Pankin
said the circumstances surrounding the massacre were "murky" and
rejected the idea that the evidence clearly showed Damascus was guilty.The head of the U.N. observer force, General Robert
Mood, briefed the council by video link. Pankin said Mood "did not link
directly the (army's) shelling with numbers of deaths."U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon sent the council a letter that appeared to give ammunition to both sides.He said the observers "viewed the bodies of the dead
and confirmed from an examination of ordnance that artillery and tank
shells were fired at a residential neighborhood." The rebels do not have
artillery and tanks.But Ban also said U.N. monitors observed shotgun wounds
on some of the bodies, which could indicate close-range attacks by
rebels, as Pankin suggested, or could be the result of follow-up attacks
by the army after it stopped shelling."While the detailed circumstances are unknown, we can
confirm that there has been artillery and mortar shelling," Ban said.
"There have also been other forms of violence, including shootings at
close range and severe physical abuse."International mediator Kofi Annan and Ladsous are expected to brief the council on Syria on Wednesday.
RUSSIA OPPOSES SANCTIONS
British Ambassador Mark Lyall Grant
did not have any doubts about who was responsible for the events in Houla."It seems quite clear that the massacre in Houla was
caused by heavy bombardment, by government artillery and tanks," Lyall
Grant said. After the council meeting he said it was time for the
council to discuss"next steps" - a code word for sanctions."The fact is, it is an atrocity and it was perpetrated by the Syrian government," Lyall Grant said.Russia, however, rejects the idea of sanctioning its
ally and has accused the United States and Europe of pursuing
Libya-style regime change in Syria, where Assad has been trying to crush
a 14-month-old insurgency that began peacefully but has become
Syria is home to the Russian navy's only warm-water
port outside of the former Soviet Union and is a major purchaser of
Russian weapons.Syrian Ambassador Bashar Ja'afari reiterated his
government's denial, saying the massacre was committed by "armed
terrorist groups" - the Syrian government's term for the rebels. He also
dismissed the "tsunami of lies" of the British, French and German
envoys, who blamed the government for the massacre."Women, children and old men were shot dead. This is
not the hallmark of the heroic Syrian army," Foreign Ministry spokesman
Jihad Makdesi told reporters in Damascus.The Houla massacre is among the worst carnage in the uprising against Assad, which has cost about 10,000 lives.In his public comments, Mood has called the killings "a
very tragical expression" of the situation in Syria, but refrained from
apportioning blame."For myself, I have had patrols on the ground all the
day yesterday afternoon and today we are gathering facts on the ground
and then we will draw our own conclusions," Mood told the BBC in a
telephone interview on Sunday.But Ban and Annan, the U.N. and Arab League envoy for
Syria, accused the Syrian government of using artillery in populated
areas."This appalling and brutal crime involving
indiscriminate and disproportionate use of force is a flagrant violation
of international law and of the commitments of the Syrian Government to
cease the use of heavy weapons in population centers and violence in
all its forms," they said in a joint statement on Saturday.Annan is planning to visit Damascus soon. Ja'afari suggested Annan could arrive as early as Monday.Russia's Pankin said that whoever caused the massacre
wanted to disrupt Annan's visit. "We don't believe the Syrian government
would be interested in spoiling the visit of (Annan) ... by doing
something like that."
"CORPSES WERE PILED ON TOP OF EACH OTHER"
Opposition activists said Assad's forces shelled Houla
after a protest and then clashed with fighters from the Sunni Muslim-led
insurgency.Activists say Assad's "shabbiha" militia, loyal to an
establishment dominated by members of the minority Alawite sect, then
hacked dozens of the victims to death, or shot them.
Maysara al-Hilawi said he saw the bodies of six children and their parents in a ransacked house in the town.
"The Abdelrazzak family house was the first one I
entered. The children's corpses were piled on top of each other, either
with their throats cut or shot at close range," Hilawi, an opposition
activist, said by telephone from the area.A video distributed by activists showed an injured
woman, who said she had survived the massacre, blaming shabbiha
militiamen for the carnage."They entered our homes ... men wearing fatigues
herding us like sheep in the room and started spraying bullets at us,"
the woman said. "My father died and my brother, my mother's only son.
Seven sisters were killed," the woman said lying next to another injured
woman and near a baby with a chest wound.The White House said it was horrified by credible reports of brutal attacks on women and children in Houla."These acts serve as a vile testament to an
illegitimate regime that responds to peaceful political protest with
unspeakable and inhuman brutality," a White House spokesman said.The Gulf Cooperation Council of Sunni-led monarchies
accused Assad's soldiers of using excessive force and urged the
international community to "assume its responsibilities to halt the
daily bloodshed in Syria."EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton spoke of a
"heinous act perpetrated by the Syrian regime against its own civilian
population" in a statement on Sunday. U.N. human rights chief Navi
Pillay said in a statement that it could amount to crimes against
humanity or other war crimes.On Sunday, at least 30 people were killed when Syrian
army tanks shelled residential neighborhoods in the city of Hama that
have been serving as bases for rebel attacks against loyalist forces,
opposition activists said. The reports could not be verified
independently.Although the ceasefire plan negotiated by Annan has
failed to stop the violence, the United Nations is nearing full
deployment of a 300-strong unarmed observer force meant to monitor a
truce.The plan calls for a truce, withdrawal of troops from cities and dialogue between government and opposition.Syria calls the
revolt a "terrorist" conspiracy run from abroad, a veiled reference to
Sunni Muslim Gulf powers that want to see weapons provided to the
reporting by Jeff Mason in Washington, Suleiman Al-Khalidi in Amman,
Avril Ormsby in London and Dubai Bureau; Writing by Matthew Tostevin and
Jon Hemming; Editing by Louise Ireland, Eric Beech and Paul Simao)