Sunday, March 15, 2015

Roberto de Mattei: A "Peronist Pope"

Interesting comments from Roberto de Mattei:

The computer translations are pretty dreadful, but you will get the gist of it quite well.  DeMattei makes some interesting statements here, among them:

"In October, the Pope met with popular movements, giving himself an image Peronist, very close to social issues. Yet for those who need the Vatican to certify the financial statements of the IOR? An institute of globalism-capitalist as Ernst & Young. Again: Bergoglio speaks of decentralization of power in the Church, and then proves to be a strong centralist '.

"Francis is presented as a conservative, not to pronounce against the dogmas, but his pastoral strategy itself is revolutionary, because it makes the truth to the practice, for more about a topic as incandescendente lafamiglia. In this way marks a profound discontinuity in the history of the papacy not seen for fifty years. "


Anonymous said...

A 'Peronist Pope'! Such a description seems like a contradiction. Peron was an Argentine nationalist and despite his mistakes a patriot. The same cannot be said of Pope Francis. All his rambling discourses and actions speak of a man as committed to globalism as any Rockefeller or CFR apparatchik.

Aged parent said...

Thanks, Anon.

I'm not sure de Mattei was comparing them in a derogatory way. I believe he was just pointing out similarities.

But my headline to this post may have been too sensationalistic.

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