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By Antonio Socci, Church Militant, October 26, 2020 

Pope engages Catholics to advance ‘globalist ideology’

First published by Libero

Just this morning, Bergoglio has announced the creation of 13 new cardinals (of whom 9 are electors). They are all ultra-Bergoglians. The hasty announcement at this moment, right on the eve of the U.S. election, is significant: Trump has strong momentum and now the Bergoglian Vatican is very afraid that he may be re-elected. Bergoglio, along with the entire globalist establishment, has declared war on Trump. If Trump really wins, then this pontificate, which is already in sharp decline, would be finished indeed, since it has crushed itself on China and been totally discredited. In the pro-Biden propaganda film that I talk about in this article, right at the end Cdl. [Luis Antonio] Tagle is blatantly promoted as the one Bergoglio wants as his successor. Everything is explicit. By naming the nine new cardinal-electors today, Bergoglio wants to ensure the result of the next conclave.

The documentary film Francesco has caused an enormous outcry because of the papal “yes” to civil unions for gay couples. But is this the film’s primary purpose?

Not exactly. It was certainly the Vatican’s intention to give the greatest possible prominence to this product. In fact, last Wednesday, right before his General Audience, Pope Bergoglio received — amidst all sorts of photographs — the film’s director Evgeny Afineevsky and his collaborators, “thus giving his blessing to their work,” as Il Fatto Quotidianowrote, in an atmosphere of such familiarity that the Argentine pope even offered Afineevsky a piece of cake since it was his birthday.

Then, the next day, there was the presentation of the apologetic documentary at the Rome Film Festival that is directed by Antonio Monda, the brother of the editor of L’Osservatore Romano, Andrea Monda (who was also present), and the premier of the film in the Vatican Gardens, where Afineevsky received the “Kinéo Movie for Humanity Award” that is given to those who promote social and humanitarian themes.  ….

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