March 23, 2013 3 Comments
Readers will recall that a few weeks ago, a several-decade CIA veteran confirmed the same analysis I gave of the Algierian and Mali conflict in a lecture to the Brookings Institute. On march 22, 2013, the German Kath.net ran a story citing Rome’s Chief Exorcist, Fr. Gabriel Amorth, giving the same analysis of the recent Benedict resignation and election of Pope Francis I did almost a week ago. I am not saying that in either case they were reading my analysis: on the contrary, the point is that my perspectives are consistently being confirmed by those in high levels of the power structure, before it emerges from them in the mainstream sources. Given all the countless opponents and naysayers I’ve faced over the years, I find great joy in being vindicated.
“The Roman exorcist Gabriele Amorth said that Pope Francis wanted a “poor church of the poor” like John Paul I. “I would not wish that he ends like Luciani”. John Paul I died after only 33 days in the papacy Read more of this post