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By Aldo Maria Valli, Church Militant, June 25, 2020
First published by Aldo Maria Valli at his blog, Duc in altum.
An old plan to ‘de-pope’ the world is still being realized
Aldo Maria Valli is one of the Italian journalists who helped to publish Abp. Carlo Maria Viganò’s testimony in 2018. This article was originally published on his blog, Duc in altum.
Pope Francis and Ahmed el-Tayeb, grand imam of Al-Azhar, sign the “Document on Human Fraternity” in Abu Dhabi, February 4, 2019 (Photo: Vatican Media)
This affirmation is found at the end of a chapter titled, “Freemasonry, Utopianism and Revolution,” in which the author demonstrates how, in the “Italian Revolution” (including the “Risorgimento” — the 19th century political and military movement to unite Italy), the Masonic lodge was decisive and above all was engaged as a way of opposing the Catholic Church, with the purpose of ultimately creating a new religion.
What religion? The Risorgimento’s religion of the “fatherland,” which was a new cult of the Italian people, as part of the more general cult of humanity, in which Man is the new god and “men” are made up of various peoples who together form “Humanity.”
With good reason, Viglione writes “god” in the lower-case and “Man” with a capital “M.” In the new religion worship is overturned, and it is Humanity that is now the divinity. But what we also need to reflect on is the universal scope of the war waged by the Italian Risorgimento, with fundamental external aid, against the Catholic Church. The battle to defeat and conquer Rome as the seat of the Pope did not only intend to resolve a national question and give Italy a capital. For the new humanitarian cult it meant defeating its age-old enemy: the Catholic Church. …
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