Russian President Vladimir Putin has blasted Pope Francis by exposing him as a “servant of Satan.”
Russia’s leader has spoken out to expose the leader of the Catholic Church by claiming that he doesn’t represent the Christian faith, but is rather an agent of the Devil with an agenda to mislead his loyal flock.
Once again, Putin has demonstrated that he is the most perceptive and honest leader the world has since for a long time by standing up to the global elite in defense of the world’s citizens.
Over recent months, many have begun to question the Pope’s motives as his teachings have seemed to steer away from traditional Christian values.
Putin’s comments on the most powerful religious figure on the planet may have been his most perceptive as of yet and should be heeded not only by Western secular leaders but by the globe’s one billion or so Catholics, most of whom regard Jorge Bergoglio as pope.
The Russian President’s statement came on a visit to the Naval Cathedral of St. Nicholas in Kronstadt.
Mr. Putin succinctly sums up what Pope Francis is not:
“If you look around at what he (the Pope) says it’s clear that he is not a man of God.”
At least not the Christian God, not the God of the Bible.
“He is a servant of Satan who is working to destroy traditional Christian values.”
No truer words have as yet been said about this cretin by a world leader since his wretched pontifical reign began in 2013!
While Mr. Putin and those with “eyes to see and ears to hear” recognize that “Pope Francis” is not a Christian, the current occupant of St. Peter’s Chair is disqualified for that position on theological grounds.
To be a legitimate pope, one must be “bishop of Rome,” and prior to becoming a bishop, one must be a priest.
Jorge Bergoglio was not ordained (1969) in the traditional Apostolic ordination rite of the Church, nor was he consecrated (1992) as a true bishop in that rite.
His predecessor, Benedict XVI, was, likewise, not consecrated in the traditional rite although he was ordained as a priest under the “old rite.”
Simply put: Jorge Bergoglio is just a layman masquerading as a pope as are all of the other priests and bishops which were given Holy Orders under the new rites which came into effect in the aftermath of the Second Vatican Anti-Council (1962-65).
Not only is Pope Francis a Christian fraud as Vladimir Putin and other perceptive commentators have observed, but in secular matters, he is a neo-Marxist in economic thought, a One-World Government advocate, and an enthusiast of open borders and mass migration. In other words, an enemy of what is left of Western Civilization.
Mr. Putin accurately describes his “secular sins:”
Pope Francis is using his platform to push a dangerous far-left political ideology on vulnerable people around the world, people who trust him because of his position
He dreams of a world government and a global communist system of repression
As we have seen before in communist states, this system is not compatible with Christianity If these despicable qualities are not bad enough, there is a seedier side of Bergoglio that Mr. Putin did not address.
Pope Francis is now the third pedophile Pope who has presided over the Church’s Great Sex and Embezzlement Scandal.
Neither Francis or his two derelict predecessors (Benedict XVI, JPII) have done anything to either punish or root out the child predators under their charge.
On the contrary, Francis has encouraged perversion with his now infamous statement of “who am I to judge.”
The debauchery continues to take place with the latest coming right under the nose of the Argentine heretic.
An apartment occupied by the secretary of the Pontifical Council for the Interpretation of Legislative Texts, Francesco Coccopalmerio, was raided in July to break up a “gay” orgy.
The police found drugs and men engaged in orgiastic sex.
Coccopalmerio, who Bergoglio had considered for promotion to bishop, was hauled away and jailed by authorities.
This came on the heels of Cardinal George Pell, the Vatican’s Chief Financial Officer, being charged with sex crimes against ten children.
Pell has since left Rome in disgrace for his native Australia to answer the charges.
Pope Francis often blasts his critics as “anti-Catholic” but now an uprising has begun from within the religion itself.
In November last year, one of the highest-ranking officials in the Catholic Church claimed that God came to him in a vision and told him to warn Christians that Pope Francis is “evil” and a “false prophet.”
Father Thomas Weinandy, was formerly the doctrine chief of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) but was sacked after he published a letter attempting to expose Pope Francis, saying that a “clear sign” from God convinced him he had an “apostolic mandate” to write it.
The letter revealed that Pope Francis’s papacy is marked by “chronic confusion,” the diminishment of doctrine, and a “culture of fear” that is being used to usher in an “evil New World Order agenda.”
Weinandy said that God told him that Francis, real name Jorge Mario Bergoglio, is using his power and influence to steer his flock away from traditional Christian values and towards “Satanic politics.”
Just this month, in response to the Pope’s reading of Amoris Laetitia, three senior Catholic bishops spoke out claiming that Francis’s teachings are “alien” to the Christian faith.
Francis’ interpretation of Amoris Laetitia to allow some remarried divorcees access to Holy Communion, sparked outrage from within the Vatican with accusations such a reading is causing “rampant confusion,” is “alien” to the Catholic faith, and will spread “a plague of divorce” in the Church in a way that is no way in line with Christianity.
According to LSN, Bishop Athanasius Schneider, auxiliary of Astana, Kazakhstan, Archbishop Tomash Peta, Metropolitan of Astana, and Archbishop Jan Pawel Lenga of Karaganda, Kazakhstan issued a Profession of the immutable truths about sacramental marriage on December 31 as a “service of charity in truth” to the Church of today and to the Pope.
The bishops took the decision to make a “public and unequivocal profession of the truth” regarding the Church’s teaching on the indissolubility of marriage because they say they “are not allowed to be silent.”
As Catholic bishops charged with defending and promoting the Catholic faith and common discipline, they say they have a “grave responsibility” and “duty before the faithful” who expect from them “a public and unequivocal profession of the truth and the immutable discipline of the Church regarding the indissolubility of marriage.”
As Putin himself has previously explained, the Satanic politics of the West are pushing an agenda to destroy the traditional family unit.
They note that after the publication of Pope Francis’ document on the family, Amoris Laetitia, various bishops and bishops’ conferences have issued norms allowing some civilly remarried divorcees, not living in sexual continence, to receive the sacraments of Penance and Holy Communion.
They point out that these various hierarchical authorities (Germany, Malta, and Buenos Aires, although they do not cite them by name), have also received approval “even from the supreme authority of the Church.”
Last month Pope Francis decided to formally declare the Buenos Aires bishops’ interpretation of Amoris Laetitia “authentic magisterium.”
The spread of these ecclesiastically approved pastoral norms “has caused a considerable and ever-increasing confusion among the faithful and the clergy” and are “a means of spreading the ‘plague of divorce’” in the Church, the Kazakhstan bishops write.
“Our Lord and Redeemer Jesus Christ solemnly reaffirmed God’s will regarding the absolute prohibition of divorce,” they recall, and the Church has always preserved and faithfully transmitted both in her doctrine and sacramental discipline “the crystalline teaching of Christ” concerning the indissolubility of marriage.
“Because of the vital importance that the doctrine and discipline of marriage and the Eucharist constitute, the Church is obliged to speak with the same voice. ”
“The pastoral norms regarding the indissolubility of marriage must not, therefore, be contradicted between one diocese and another, between one country and another.”
“Since the time of the Apostles,” the bishops explain, “the Church has observed this principle as St. Irenaeus of Lyons testifies”:
“The Church, though spread throughout the world to the ends of the earth, having received the faith from the Apostles and their disciples, preserves this preaching and this faith with care and, as if she inhabits a single house, believes in the same identical way, as if she had only one soul and only one heart, and preaches the truth of the faith, teaches it and transmits it in a unanimous voice, as if she had only one mouth” (Adversus haereses, I, 10, 2).
They further recall Pope John Paul II’s warning that the confusion sowed in the consciences of the faithful by different “opinions and teachings” would diminish the “true sense of sin, almost to the point of eliminating it.”
Pope John Paul II erected St. Mary in Astana in 1999 and promoted it to an archdiocese on May 17, 2003, appointing Polish-born Tomash Peta as its archbishop.
At the Ordinary Synod on the Family in 2015, Archbishop Peta, who attended as the delegate of Kazakhstan, began his brief intervention with the words Blessed Pope Paul VI pronounced in 1972:
“From some crack, the smoke of Satan has entered the temple of God.”
He then told the Synod Fathers who were assembled:
“I am convinced that these were prophetic words of the holy pope, the author of Humanae Vitae.”
“During the Synod last year [in 2014], ‘the smoke of Satan’ was trying to enter the aula of Paul VI.”
The archbishop added:
“Unfortunately, one can still perceive the smell of this ‘infernal smoke’ in some items of the Instrumentum Laboris and also in the interventions of some synod fathers this year.”
While Western Civilization is on the decline due to economic stupidity and open borders promoted by the likes of Pope Francis, there are a few bright spots, the brightest of which is Vladimir Putin.
If the West is ever going to regain its sanity, it should take the sage counsel of the Russian president especially when he speaks of phonies like Pope Francis.