Francis-Bergoglio Harps on the Fake Sin of “Gossip” Again Apparently, Legitimate Criticism of His Heresies and Crimes Is Getting to Him
From: The TRADITIO Fathers
Francis-Bergoglio Is Lashing out Again
This Time against His Own Newvatican Barbers and Hairdressers
Who He Charges Are “Gossiping” about Him
Thus, He Has Created a Fake Sin of “Gossip” for Them
Ignoring the Fact that Jesus Christ and His Apostles
Are Recorded in the Gospels as Engaging
In the Same Kind of “Gossip”
Bergoglio, with His Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD)
Just Doesn’t Want to Be Legitimately Criticized
For His Public Heresies and Criminal Complicity in Paedophilia
Given the heresies and moral crimes rampant in his Newchurch, you’d think that Francis-Bergoglio would address these serious matters. But, no. Bergoglio suffers from Narcissistic Personality Syndrome (NPD). He thinks first and mostly about himself. His April 29, 2019, audience “homily” attacked Newvatican’s own barbers and hairdressers about “gossip.”
Francis-Bergoglio, who is personally so awash in Newchurch’s Great Sex & Embezzlement Holocaust, that he has had to concoct this fake sin of “gossip.” Now he is denouncing the hardworking barbers and hairdressers in his own Newvatican, who cut his own hair, because, as he in his paranoia suspects, they “gossip” about him while plying their ancient trade. [Some information for this Commentary was contributed by Agence France-Presse.]
Now, there is nothing sinful in “gossip,” depending upon how you define it. It is only human to exchange news about what is going on with friends and the community. Christ did it. His Apostles did it. St. Paul did it. You can find episodes of such “gossip” throughout the Gospels and Epistles of the New Testament.
We are not talking here about real sins of word: slander and calumny, i.e., telling lies about other people. Or even detraction, i.e., telling the truth about the occult sins of others to those who have no need to know (however, sometimes they do have a need to know, as about a neighbor who drinks and then drives dangerously in the neighborhood). Bergoglio likes “community,” but only if it is, as he recently said, controlled by a supra-governmental organization like the sinking European Union. You see, with Bergoglio and with Newchurch as a whole, it is always ultimately a question of control.
Note too that vigorous public discussion about politicians are not “gossip,” except in the case of deliberate lies about them. Citizens, at least in democracies, must have the freedom to debate and criticize openly, and at times even harshly, to keep the authorities within the legitimate scope of their office. And that certainly includes popes. St. Thomas More the Martyr did that. Venerable Erasmus of Rotterdam did that in his famed Moriae encomium, published in 1511, shortly after the death of the “Bad Pope” Alexander VI-Borgia, in which the saintly priest attacked in biting satire the failings of the Catholic Church of his time. Dante Alighieri, highly praised by many popes for his theology, called the pope of his time “cloaca del sangue et della puzza” (a sewer of filth and blood).
Our Lord Himself established the principle of accountability, as reported in St. Matthew’s Gospel. Such open debate and criticism must also take place to hold organizations and their leaders to account for their corruption, for example, Newchurch and even a religious organization such as the corrupted Neo-SSPX. Moreover, Our Lord certainly railed against the Church of His time, i.e., the synagogue, whose priests, right on up to the High Priest, were corrupt.
True Catholics, let’s face it: Francis-Bergoglio doesn’t want to be denounced for his very public sins of cooperation in paedophile crimes, heresy, and idolatry, some would even say apostasy. Nor do, for example. Bernie Fellay and David Pagliarani, the leaders of the corrupted Neo-SSPX after the death of the traditional Archbishop Lefebvre. Thus, they try to make up a sin of “gossip” in an effort to protect themselves from legitimate criticism of their public roles in working against the true Faith. Yet, their efforts to silence legitimate criticism of their public conduct have failed, and they are all sinking into the morass that they have created for themselves.