Pope Francis’ Commission to His Army of Jesuits, His Dirty Wars in Argentina, and his Disdain for God’s Commandments and those who keep them

November 3, 2016


Pope Francis’ Commission to His Army of Jesuits, His Dirty Wars in Argentina, and his Disdain for God’s Commandments and those who keep them


Uniting the offices of Jesuit and Pope is Jorge Mario Bergoglio, the present Pope, Francis.  Firstly as a Jesuit and secondly as a Pope, there should be nothing that he says or does that comes as a surprise, especially if familiar with the history of Roman Catholicism and Jesuitism. Given his repeated blasphemous assertions, it should not be shocking that Pope Francis in a morning homily at Mass “returned to the theme of rigidity…saying those who unbendingly follow the law of God are ‘sick’ and in need of the Lord’s help.”[1] Ironically, the context of his statements came from the book of Matthew, the very book that says “Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil. For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled” Matthew 5:17 and 18.  Francis in the same homily continues his blasphemy by asserting “‘How the rigid suffer! When they are honest and realize this, they suffer! Because they do not have the freedom of the children of God; they do not know how to walk in the path of God's Law and they are not happy. And they suffer so much! They appear good because they follow the Law; but they are concealing something else: either they are hypocritical or they are sick. And they suffer! Let’s pray for our brothers and sisters who think that by becoming rigid they are following the path of the Lord.”[2] If the terms “sick” and “hypocritical” are not bad enough, Pope Francis continues to accentuate his point by saying “Beneath rigidity there is something else, there is often wickedness.”[3] Pope Francis’ language is not at all ambiguous and in need of decoding; he is clearly saying that those who are particular about keeping God’s law are not following God’s path, but are hypocrites, mentally disturbed and wicked; and that people should do otherwise and live in freedom from God’s law.  It must not be forgotten that Pope Francis has called fundamentalism terrorism, a sickness, and has labeled those who believe they have absolute truth as fundamentalists. As a Jesuit, it is Pope Francis’ studied aim to utterly exterminate any and all that stand in his way of reestablishing Papal supremacy, especially the true Protestants that expose him and the church he represents for what it is, the anti-Christ, the man of sin, the mystery of iniquity.


As the Jesuit order has recently elected a new superior general, also called the black Pope, Arturo Sosa, Pope Francis gave the Jesuits their marching orders, saying, “the world is our home” implying that this is their territory to work and do as they please in accomplishing their agenda. “Francis began by recalling that his predecessors have often told Jesuits that ‘the church needs you, counts on you and continues to turn to you with confidence, particularly to reach the geographical and spiritual places where others do not reach, or find it difficult to reach.’”[4] The term predecessors can be dated back to the very inception of the Jesuit Order. For what purpose was the order established? It was called into existence to counter the Protestant reformation-- to undo Protestantism and the work had has heretofore accomplished and to extend Popery.


“Throughout Christendom, Protestantism was menaced by formidable foes. The first triumphs of the Reformation past, Rome summoned new forces, hoping to accomplish its destruction. At this time the order of the Jesuits was created, the most cruel, unscrupulous, and powerful of all the champions of popery. Cut off from earthly ties and human interests, dead to the claims of natural affection, reason and conscience wholly silenced, they knew no rule, no tie, but that of their order, and no duty but to extend its power… There was no crime too great for them to commit, no deception too base for them to practice, no disguise too difficult for them to assume. Vowed to perpetual poverty and humility, it was their studied aim to secure wealth and power, to be devoted to the overthrow of Protestantism, and the re-establishment of the papal supremacy… Under various disguises the Jesuits worked their way into offices of state, climbing up to be the counselors of kings, and shaping the policy of nations. They became servants to act as spies upon their masters. They established colleges for the sons of princes and nobles, and schools for the common people; and the children of Protestant parents were drawn into an observance of popish rites. All the outward pomp and display of the Romish worship was brought to bear to confuse the mind and dazzle and captivate the imagination, and thus the liberty for which the fathers had toiled and bled was betrayed by the sons. The Jesuits rapidly spread themselves over Europe, and wherever they went, there followed a revival of popery.”[5]


What can be expected but a revival of Popery and a repetition of past cruelties for those who do not submit to the authority of this mammoth system of despotism? The present and future of the Papal system can easily be determined by looking at its ways of operating in the past.  Many Roman Catholics and Protestants alike will be surprised and much alarmed to learn of Pope Francis’ involvement in the “Dirty War” of Argentina from 1976-1983 while he was serving as Jesuit superior in Argentina. During the “Dirty War,” Argentina’s government is said to have killed nearly 30,000 people/dissidents (communists and others that rejected the authority of the government which was largely influenced by Roman Catholicism) and several thousand others disappeared.[6]  From BBC News, “Pope Francis has testified twice in two separate cases, but has never been formally investigated... But the actions of the Roman Catholic Church during the Dirty War are still being called into question… Pope Francis was not part of the Catholic hierarchy at the time, but he was head of the Society of Jesus, or Jesuits, in Argentina. Two journalistic investigations - one in 1986, the other in 2005 - argued that the new Pope was a ‘collaborationist.’”[7] Perhaps most appalling and telling of all regarding Pope Francis’ role in Argentina’s “Dirty War” was his oversight of a type of inquisition and unscrupulous torture against dissidents reported by The New Yorker.


“But much of it also has to do with questions about his real role during the country’s anti-Communist terror three decades ago. Officially called the Process of National Reorganization by the military junta that ruled Argentina from 1976 to 1983, the Dirty War, as it is more commonly known, was a comprehensive campaign aimed at the elimination of Communists and others seen as “subversives.” The purge claimed the lives of at least nine thousand people and as many as thirty thousand people, many of them killed in the most gruesome circumstances imaginable. Pregnant women were often held until they gave birth, whereupon they were secretly killed, their babies handed over to childless military families and others close to the regime for adoption. Hundreds of “children of the disappeared” are living today, young people in their early thirties, some of them still unaware that their parents are, in effect, their biological parents’ killers… Many of the victims were held for months in official institutions, where they were repeatedly tortured before being killed, their bodies “disappeared.” Justifying the purge, which was spoken about euphemistically but carried out in secrecy, the Argentine military espoused a brand of anti-Communist ferocity that echoed Franco’s Fascist witch hunt, which had previously devastated Republican Spain—a brand of ferocity that also shared his deeply entrenched ultra-Catholic and anti-Semitic views.”[8]


If any dispute the above, just consider the Jesuit oath that Jesuits today still solemnly pledge to carry out.[9] It must likewise be remembered that this is a recent occurrence, transpiring not even half a century ago.  Additionally, the Church that boasts itself as the true church leaves behind a terrible legacy of cruelty too heinous to be portrayed in human language. “Dignitaries of the church studied, under Satan their master, to invent means to cause the greatest possible torture and not end the life of the victim. In many cases the infernal process was repeated to the utmost limit of human endurance, until nature gave up the struggle, and the sufferer hailed death as a sweet release.”[10]  Should these new revelations really be all that shocking considering the 1260 years of suppression of freedom, corruption, abuse, torture and genocide perpetrated by this mammoth institution of iniquity, and most recently the massive and elaborate cover-ups of sexual abuse involving Bishops and priests?  One thing is certain, Pope Francis certainly has experience in persecuting those who oppose Roman Catholicism and has mastered the practice of covering-up his ruthless activities and deceiving nearly the entire world of his real character, the real character of the Jesuit order and the real character of the Roman Catholic Church.  “Stealthily and unsuspectedly she [Roman Catholicism] is strengthening her forces to further her own ends when the time shall come for her to strike. All that she desires is vantage ground, and this is already being given her. We shall soon see and shall feel what the purpose of the Roman element is. Whoever shall believe and obey the word of God will thereby incur reproach and persecution.”[11] 






[1] http://www.ncregister.com/blog/edward-pentin/pope-francis-rigidity-is-something-pathological


[2] http://www.romereports.com/2016/10/24/pope-at-santa-marta-warns-against-the-inflexible-the-law-is-meant-to-set-us-free


[3] http://www.lastampa.it/2016/10/24/vaticaninsider/eng/the-vatican/beneath-rigidity-there-is-something-else-there-is-often-wickedness-rBftfZf89uXhk6Wmc0Gf5O/pagina.html


[4] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmdGx_qfKPw


[5] White, Ellen. The Great Controversy (1911), pages 234 and 235


[6] http://www.catholicherald.co.uk/news/2016/10/25/vatican-and-church-in-argentina-to-open-dirty-war-archives/


[7] http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-21794798


[8] http://www.newyorker.com/news/daily-comment/pope-francis-and-the-dirty-war


[9] http://www.reformation.org/jesuit-oath.html


[10] White, Ellen.  The Great Controversy (1911), page 569


[11]White, Ellen.  The Great Controversy (1911), page 581

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