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The case of Cardinal Pell would appear to have connections to the Vatican of Pope Francis. There are indications the Vatican has been undermined ,first by the Money rackets as exposed by the Banco d'Ambrosiano and Masonic P2 Lodge cases and now compromised by the LGBT agenda.
Cardinal Pell was not supportive of the undermining of the Catholic Church by sinister elements and was targeted to have his credibility and reputation destroyed.
There is some strange goings on at the Vatican with the removal of Benedict and the imposition of the liberal Francis.
 

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The case of Cardinal Pell would appear to have connections to the Vatican of Pope Francis. There are indications the Vatican has been undermined ,first by the Money rackets as exposed by the Banco d'Ambrosiano and Masonic P2 Lodge cases and now compromised by the LGBT agenda.
Cardinal Pell was not supportive of the undermining of the Catholic Church by sinister elements and was targeted to have his credibility and reputation destroyed.
There is some strange goings on at the Vatican with the removal of Benedict and the imposition of the liberal Francis.
Pope Benedict was either sidelined or is conducting a pontificate of special exception ,that’s a pontificate where all the normal rules are suspended ( German :
Ausnamapontifikat
) His partial resignation seriously contravenes the church's code of canon law.

Francis 1st is an antipope with no actual authority whatsoever but has succeeded in fooling most of the worlds Catholics.
 

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The case of Cardinal Pell would appear to have connections to the Vatican of Pope Francis. There are indications the Vatican has been undermined ,first by the Money rackets as exposed by the Banco d'Ambrosiano and Masonic P2 Lodge cases and now compromised by the LGBT agenda.
Cardinal Pell was not supportive of the undermining of the Catholic Church by sinister elements and was targeted to have his credibility and reputation destroyed.
There is some strange goings on at the Vatican with the removal of Benedict and the imposition of the liberal Francis.

IOR (Vatican bank) finances were not transparent, and part of Pell's job was to try to bring some order and transparency to the IOR.

It's my view there were lots of forces opposed to any cleanup at the IOR.

I'll go further : the person who appointed Pell to clean up the IOR is part of the conspiracy to not clean up the IOR.

Whatever is occupying the papacy needs to be removed. Removed by force if necessary.
 

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Give over about your papal stuff. Pell was convicted by a country in a country that largley loathed him and that had it in for him. There seems to be large holes in the evidence and the fact that Pell did not take the stand has also been given as a factor. Whether he is innocent or guilty, what is not in dispute is that Catholics, no matter waht Popes or football clubs they follow, cannot get a fair trial. Jeffrey Epstein, Gerry Adams, Miranda, Jimmy Savile, Prince Edward on the other hand.............
 

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IOR (Vatican bank) finances were not transparent, and part of Pell's job was to try to bring some order and transparency to the IOR.

It's my view there were lots of forces opposed to any cleanup at the IOR.

I'll go further : the person who appointed Pell to clean up the IOR is part of the conspiracy to not clean up the IOR.

Whatever is occupying the papacy needs to be removed. Removed by force if necessary.
The papacy is occupied by Pope Benedict xvi.
Afaik their is no non violent way to remove a valid sitting pope.

The real problem at the Vatican is the Bergoglian antipapacy and it’s Lavender Mafia who deceive daily most of the Catholic world.
 
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Only seeing this now!:oops:

My God does this whole thing stink to high Heaven!:(

BTW Rolling Stone Founder and publisher - Jann Simon Wenner - is an open Homosexual

Wenner was born in New York City, the son of Sim and Edward Wenner.[5] He grew up in a secular Jewish family.[6]
His parents divorced in 1958, and he and his sisters, Kate and Merlyn, were sent to boarding schools. He completed his secondary education at the Chadwick School in 1963 and went on to attend the University of California, Berkeley. Before dropping out of Berkeley in 1966, Wenner was active in the Free Speech Movement and produced the column "Something's Happening" in the student-run newspaper, The Daily Californian.[7]
With the help of his mentor, San Francisco Chronicle jazz critic Ralph J. Gleason, Wenner landed a job at Ramparts, a high-circulation muckraker, where Gleason was a contributing editor and Wenner worked on the magazine's spinoff newspaper.[8]
In 1967, Wenner and Gleason founded Rolling Stone in San Francisco. To get the magazine started, Wenner borrowed $7,500 from family members and from the family of his soon-to-be wife, Jane Schindelheim
In the summer of 1967, following the start of Rolling Stone, Wenner and Jane Schindelheim were married in a small Jewish ceremony.[31] Wenner and his wife separated in 1995, though Jane Wenner still remains a vice president of Wenner Media. She and Wenner have three sons, Alexander Jann, Theodore "Theo" Simon, and Edward Augustus, known as Gus, head of Wenner Media's digital operations.[32]
Since 1995, Wenner's domestic partner has been Matt Nye, a fashion designer. Together, Wenner and Nye have three adopted children, Noah and twins Jude and India Rose.

Read more here:

Jann Wenner, the legendary founder of Rolling Stone magazine, may have revoked his blessing of the new biography on his life, but that doesn’t erase the insight he gave into his drug and infidelity infused marriage—which eventually ended after he revealed he was in love with a man.

Written by veteran journalist Joe Hagan, Sticky Fingers: The Life and Times of Jann Wenner and Rolling Stone Magazine is a 547-page dive into Wenner’s life, his ambition, and his magazine that continues to trade in cultural influence. The biggest guiding force in his success was his then-wife and business partner Jane Wenner, who was destroyed when he told her on Christmas Eve of 1994 that he was “leaving her for a man.”

 

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No transcript of the evidence given by Pell’s anonymous accuser has been released and the evidence itself was given in camera but part of the address to the jury by the Victorian Crown Prosecutor is reproduced by ABC journalist Louise Milligan in her book, Cardinal: The Rise and Fall of George Pell (2017, revised edn. 2019). It contains the details of the sexual abuse the alleged victim – who Milligan calls “The Kid” in the excerpt from her book below – described to the court.

The Kid they call him - abused by a more powerful Big Man of superior intelligence?

Well now that got me thinking!

Years ago a read a Western, unlike any I had ever come across. Probably one of the most violent and powerful novels I have ever read.

Hey guess what it is the story of The Kid and his travels through the Old West. Dark and violent and when he encounters the monstrosity that is The Judge it gets a whole lot worse....

Blood Meridian or The Evening Redness in the West

The novel follows an adolescent runaway from Tennessee with a predilection for violence, known only as "the kid", who is introduced as being born during the famous Leonids meteor shower of 1833. In the late 1840s, he first encounters an enormous and completely hairless character named Judge Holden at a religious revival in Nacogdoches, Texas. There, Holden shows his dark nature by falsely accusing a preacher of raping both a young girl and a goat, inciting those attending the revival to physically attack the preacher.


Years later....



The man hires a prostitute, then afterward goes to an outhouse under another meteor shower. In the outhouse, he is surprised by the naked judge there waiting for him, who gather him in his arms against his immense and terrible flesh. That is the last mention of the man. As the two men from the saloon approach the outhouse, another man admonishes them not to open the door. They do so anyway, and gaze in awed horror at what they see, stating only 'Good God Almighty'. The last paragraph finds the judge back in the saloon, dancing in the nude and playing fiddle wildly among the drunkards and prostitutes, claiming that he never sleeps, and will never die.


I wonder if perchance the accuser of Cardinal Pell has ever read this novel?

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Patrick W. Shaw argues that Holden has sexually violated the protagonist. As Shaw writes, the novel had several times earlier established "a sequence of events that gives us ample information to visualize how Holden molests a child, then silences him with aggression."[10] According to Shaw's argument, Holden's actions in the Fort Griffin outhouse are the culmination of what he desired decades earlier: to rape the kid, then perhaps kill him to silence the only survivor of the Glanton gang. If the judge wanted only to kill the kid, there would be no need for him to undress as he waited in the outhouse. Shaw writes,
 
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Only seeing this now!:oops:

My God does this whole thing stink to high Heaven!:(

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The comments are interesting.

Mike O’Ceirin – 8th April 2019
fellatio is a sexual act that requires a lot of trust. It would have to be gross stupidity to entrust your life to a 13-year-old boy who may bite. I am surprised that any jury member could have accepted that as plausible.

 
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The comments are interesting.Mike O’Ceirin – 8th April 2019fellatio is a sexual act that requires a lot of trust. It would have to be gross stupidity to entrust your life to a 13-year-old boy who may bite. I am surprised that any jury member could have accepted that as plausible.
Oral rape would take time. Pell argued it would take ages to get off the amice, the alb, the stole and all the other stuff bishops wear. Then he would have to get a hard on, mouth f--k the boy, cum, clean himself up, button up, put the gear back on, and carry on, having sent the boy on his way.
I know people who hate the Catholic Church and who delight at their mishaps but who think this case is dodgy.
Regarding Australian justice (sic), let's not forget how it National Australian Bank, when operating in Ireland, deliberatrly and systematicallly stole money from us,
 
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