Monday, March 18, 2013

Pope's principal accuser was part of terrorist blackmail network

An Argentine journalist, Horacio Verbitsky, is the main - and perhaps only - accuser of Pope Francis. Verbitsky claims that Pope Bergoglio has been complicit in the regime of Videla. Just a shame that his is a lonely voice and has very little authority. Adolfo Perez Esquivel won the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1980, who complained against the abuses of the military dictatorship in Argentina in the seventies, says unequivocally : "If it is true that there were bishops and Catholic Church representatives involved with Argentina dictatorship, it is not the case of the new Pope. There is no link between Bergoglio and the dictatorship that lasted from 1976 to 1983. "

 But who is this Horacio Verbitsky trying to discredit the Pope? A journalist who was part of the Peronist "Montoneros" terrorist organization network who has carried out numerous kidnappings and symbolic executions. They abducted not only people linked to the dictatorship and collaborators but also foreign businessmen, in order to obtain money through blackmail. Verbitsky also took part in armed terrorist actions , during which, he said, "fortunately no one died." Verbitsky said of Pope Francis: "I imagine that his role towards our continent will be similar to that of John Paul II to the Soviet bloc of his time." If his history and charector are the same, it is sincerely be hoped for Argentina and throughout Latin America that Verbitsky's prophecy will come true as soon as possible.


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