Flip side of the coin
In spite of knowing that there is only one way for world government, as the pontiffs through the ages have been programmed, they still hold this viper in their bosom of being the ones who will stand supreme in world government.
In spite of knowing it is either them and the Elite – of which none of them is an active and alive member – or them and the coming messiah, who is not the Christ as written in their ancient bible, but the dragon down under, who will resurrect into life, they still hold onto the idea that it is the papacy that will be the right hand of the coming savior of the world.
“…The Church is the seed and beginning of this kingdom. Its keys are entrusted to Peter.”
This man is of the opinion that centuries of patient aspiration, plotting, planning and political subterfuge have come to fruition in the European Union (EU) that appears to be the prototype for the Vatican’s plans for World Government.
However, as happens when one plans things that are not supposed to be, this plotting has shown the flip side of the coin. In 1998 the EU Commission and the President of the EU Parliament, let it be known during an Inter-Parliamentary Conference in Strasbourg, that it is their expressed intention for this system of Corpus Juris to be put forward for informal consideration.
Fourteen member states expressed general agreement with the idea of an embryo European criminal code, later to be extended to all kinds of crime. The Corpus Juris project is a plan prepared by the EU at the request of the European Parliament, to tackle fraud. It will set up an European Public Prosecutor with over-riding jurisdiction throughout Europe, to instruct national judges to issue arrest warrants against suspects, etc.
The cases are then to be tried by special courts, consisting of professional judges ‘excluding simple jurors and lay magistrates’, who will be empowered to hand down sentences of up to seven years.
This considered EU legislation, as in the example we will mention under the next heading, seems to resemble historic judicial practices, by which the Church of Rome employed government henchmen to bind her people together. She has always desired, and for much of her history has had, secular prosecutors and an inquisitorial system to apply her penalties against what she considered heresy.
The ultimate purpose of the Papacy in European and international affairs had exactly the opposite outcome, as we have seen in the Brussels Common Law Court’s public enouncements and enforcements issued against the Roman Church mentioned above.
The popes’ own words are returning now to haunt them: John Paul II declared,
“It is the role of the state to defend and promote the common good of civil society. The common good of the whole human family calls for an organization of society on the international level.”
The ‘common good of civil society’ here referred to, is of course Roman Catholicism embraced by the rank and file; defended and enforced by civil authorities; and subject to the will of the Holy See.
The goal of the papacy for governing the world in the political, economic and social spheres of life is what was always expressed by those occupying the pontifical throne.
So did Pope Paul VI in his 1967 encyclical titled The Progress of People proclaimed,
“This international collaboration on a worldwide scale requires institutions that will prepare, coordinate and direct it until finally there is established an order of justice which is universally recognized… Who does not see the necessity of thus establishing progressively a world authority, capable of acting effectively in the juridical and political sectors?”
Archbishop Renato Martino, the Holy See’s permanent Observer to the United Nations, on 16 June 1998 at the Diplomatic Conference for the Establishment of an International Criminal Court spoke for the Vatican,
“As Pope John Paul has stated, ‘Within the international community the Holy See supports every effort to establish effective juridical structures for safeguarding the dignity and fundamental rights of individuals and communities.
“Such structures however can never be sufficient in themselves; they are only mechanisms which need to be inspired by a firm and persevering moral commitment to the good of the human family as a whole.'” 
Hands stained with blood
An example of such an envisaged international criminal court, is the International Common Law Court that was held in Brussels in 2013 and again this year, 2014.
This court announced publicly on 1 May 2014 its Enforcement of Annulment Orders against the Church of Rome and of England in July 2014 against mainly Pope Francis and others officials and members of the Church for global child trafficking and murder, the murderous actions of a Jesuit-run child sacrificial cult known as the Ninth Circle and Vatican child sacrifice rituals.
Taking up the cue from Brussels, earlier this year has the Vatican been called to accountability by an international body, the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child, for the pope to account for the church’s handling of the crisis of sexual violence throughout the Catholic Church and accused the church of protecting itself rather than the victims.
This U.N. committee monitors a key treaty on children’s rights and in January 2014 accused the Roman Catholic Church of systematically placing its own interests over those of victims by enabling priests to rape and molest tens of thousands of children while the church maintained its policies and code of silence.
The Vatican said in February that it would study the report, which claimed clerics were involved in the sexual abuse of “tens of thousands” of children while its eventual answer to this accusation was a try to limit its responsibility. In an interview with Italian newspaper in March, Francis struck a defensive tone, saying,
“The Catholic Church is perhaps the only public institution that has moved with transparency and responsibility. No one has done more. And yet the church is the only one that has been attacked.”
Last December Francis announced the creation of a committee to advise the church on how to protect children, punish abusers and train church staff after coming under initial criticism for having ignored the sex abuse issue.
In late March he appointed an eight-member committee – a mix of clergy and lay people, including a sexual abuse survivor. In a statement announcing the committee members, Vatican spokesman the Rev. Federico Lombardi said,
“Pope Francis has made it clear that the church must uphold the protection of minors amongst her highest priorities.”
The Vatican has been criticized in recent months for not keeping enough of a focus on the abuse of children by priests, and the group has been set up to show willingness to receive input on the issue beyond church officials. However, it remains unknown if the commission will deal with the critical issue of disciplining bishops who cover up for abusers.
Although Canon law does provide for sanctions if a bishop is negligent in carrying out his duties, but such punishments have never been imposed on a bishop for failing to report a paedophile priest to police.
Snap, the main US victim’s group, said the Pope needs to begin ousting bishops who are complicit in abuse, not appoint another study panel.
“Pope Francis has had more than a year to defrock, demote, discipline or denounce even one of them but, just like his predecessors, he refuses to take this simple but crucial step toward justice, healing and prevention.” 
On 11 April Pope Francis, addressing members of a Catholic non-governmental organization, the International Catholic Child Bureau, made his strongest condemnation yet of sexual abuse by Catholic clergy, which represents a shift from his previous statements on sexual abuse. In these comments he asked for forgiveness and pledged to impose penalties on men of the church who harm children:
“I feel compelled to personally take on all the evil and ask for forgiveness for the damage that some priests have done for having sexually abused children.
“The church is aware of this damage, it is personal, moral damage carried out by men of the church and we will not take one step backward with regards to how we will deal with this problem and the sanctions that must be imposed. On the contrary, we have to be even stronger, because you cannot interfere with children.” 
On 9 May 2014, Pope Francis made this stunning but very, very hypocritical comment to a visiting Armenian Catholicos:
“As in the ancient Church, the blood of the martyrs became the seed of new Christians; so in our day the blood of many Christians [*read infants and children] has become the seed of unity.”
He continued by saying that the ecumenism [*interdenominational initiative aimed at greater Christian unity or cooperation] of suffering, of martyrdom and the ecumenism of blood is a powerful call to journey along the road of reconciliation among the churches.
This is to be done with trusting abandonment to the action of the Spirit. He further said,
“We feel the duty to go down this road of fraternity, because of the debt of gratitude we owe to the suffering of our brothers [*read little children], which has become salvific because it has been united to the passion of Christ.” 
One may well ask: which Spirit, which fraternity and which Christ is he talking about, knowing what he knows and has done himself to create those martyrs by having his hands stained by their blood? It’s as if, since there are no real martyrs who truly die for the Catholic faith, the church has decided to make martyrs by spilling the blood of infants and children in ritual sacrifices.
Dodging the issue
But this is all talk and when you, dear friend, read further you will see how this same Francis is acting like a fox trying to outdistance the hunter on his horse.
In May this year were Vatican officials investigated by a UN Committee about the Vatican’s record on child sexual violence. This Committee has been clear that rape and sexual violence constitute forms of torture and cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment.
And since the Vatican in 2002, ratified a treaty of the UN Convention against Torture and other Cruel, Inhuman and Degrading Treatment, the UN Committee Against Torture on Monday 5 May questioned the Vatican on its compliance with the Convention. The UN Committee allowed the Vatican to answer these accusations the next day on 6 May.
President of the Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests, known as SNAP, told reporters at the U.N. in Geneva on Friday 2 May,
“So much is at stake –the safety of children all across the globe. We don’t know what will stop the Vatican officials; all we can do is to keep speaking out.”
Knowing of the impending sitting of this UN Committee on Tuesday the 5th, members of the Pope’s sexual abuse advisory board said on the Saturday prior to the 5th that they will develop clear and effective protocols to hold bishops and other church authorities accountable if they fail to report suspected abuse or protect children from pedophile priests.
Pope Francis himself had said he takes personal responsibility for the evil of clergy sex abuse; that he has sought forgiveness from victims; and said the church must be even bolder in its efforts to protect children.
In its answer to the UN, the Vatican sought again to limit its responsibility for the global priest sex abuse scandal by undercutting arguments that it has violated an international treaty against torture and inhuman treatment:
The Vatican’s U.N. ambassador in Geneva, lost no time in asserting that its responsibility for enforcing the U.N. treaty against torture only applies within the confines of Vatican City.
In other words he was acknowledging that the Church, of which the ruling head is the Holy See, situated within Vatican state has committed acts of torture and inhuman treatment, for the church is a worldwide organization.
According to Katherine Gallagher, a human rights attorney for the Center for Constitutional Rights, can rape legally constitute a form of torture because of the elements of intimidation, coercion and exploitation of power. It is, therefore a “disingenuous argument” for the Vatican to assert its only responsibility for the anti-torture treaty lies within Vatican City.
The Vatican’s spokesman, Rev. Federico Lombardi, told Vatican Radio on Friday the church hopes the U.N. committee reviewing the anti-torture treaty will avoid being “reduced to tools of ideological pressure rather than a necessary stimulus towards the desired progress in promoting respect for human rights.”
This is exactly what the Holy See, a week before the sitting of the UN Committee, has warned against the hearing being reduced to a “tool of ideological pressure.”
As a result of the requirement of UNCAT, the Vatican issued this following statement:
“The Holy See notes that in times past, cruel practices were commonly used by legitimate governments to maintain law and order, often without protest from the pastors of the church, who themselves adopted in their own tribunals the prescriptions of Roman law concerning torture. Regrettable as these facts are, the church always taught the duty of clemency and mercy.”
Of course, sidestepping the issue completely and again employing their age-old tactic of erecting a smokescreen, one wonders if they will get away with it this time when the U.N. Committee issues its final observations and recommendations 23 May 2014. 
The Roman Catholic Church’s historical record is consistently one of absolute, and more often than not, deceitful tyranny, destroying rather than “safeguarding the dignity and fundamental rights of individuals”.
She imagines herself as the only authority on morality – a position, clearly codified in her present day Canon Law, that implies the Roman Catholic Church is the one, whose right it is to define ultimately what is for “the good of the human family as a whole”. Thus it is not difficult to see that her interest in the original planning is distinctly and solely a vested interest.
In 1998, the Holy See’s permanent Observer to the United Nations, said about the planned EU’s International Criminal Court,
“Those who are responsible for violations of the most heinous crimes, which offend the conscience of the human family, will fall under the jurisdiction of this Court and must be made to accept their responsibility in accordance with universal norms… Any structures or rules which could lead to decisions about guilt or innocence that are based upon political rather than juridical considerations have a questionable role in the proposed statute.”
Since the Church of Rome declared that her laws are not reformable, these laws are also, unfortunately, broad enough to include eventually those things of evil criminality that she herself is perpetrating. 
Collective psychological inferiority
Within the context of the Roman Church and accompanying Christianity together with what we have learned so far in this article of the crimes of the Church, the concept of what they call ‘sin’ equals a collective and personal inferiority.
We, who have awakened to the truth that there is no real Christ-figure, supposedly ‘carrying the sins of the world’, have come to understand that the Church-implied Christ-figure is really a spiritual awareness of the inner self.
In this article we have seen how that through international machinations, the church under the leadership of the Holy See as an accountable entity apart from Vatican state, is trying its utmost to lay the guilt of its crimes on the victims and their legal representatives or tries to undercut arguments that it has violated international treaties on the prevention of such acts.
This implies a transference of the collective church’s inferiority, from the Christ to someone else – just as we read in the church-fabricated story of Adam and Eve, how the man pointed to the woman and the woman to the serpent in an effort to lay the guilt for their actions on someone else’s shoulders.
Instead of making the world at large more aware of every person’s deep inner spiritual self, the church is teaching, by their own examples, the same world how to negate one’s own transgression against humanity and the rest of creation and lay the guilt at the door of a scapegoat – anyone but me and if it is then, the Christ, so much the better.
This is called Shadow Projection that serves to stabilize the transgressor’s ego system by making other people suffer. Hence, people belonging to this ilk must always search for “hooks” on which to hang the projection, their guilt, and then to subject the victim to diverse forms of offences in order to damage his/her emotional self-esteem.
This phenomenon is a psychological routine of constantly harming other people for the sake of one’s own psychological well-being. In all of life it is ongoing from the evil contemptuous glance of a passers-by, outright persecution at workplaces and in Internet forums, to molestation, manhandling and rape.
The projection factor is commonly misunderstood in that such projections are often regarded as mistakes. However, they are crucial to a class of people whose psychological economy remains at an archaic level. It’s as if such people remain at a pagan level: thus we find written in 1 Peter 2,
“He himself bore our sins in his body on the tree”, which brings us to the conclusion that the church teaches: ‘…the Lamb of God takes people’s sins upon himself, and carries their personal darkness’.
People, whose psychic economy depends on the pre-Christian sacrificial theme, feel the need to torture people in whatever way possible, in order to keep on living. If it is not spiritual and sexual abuse then it is a verbal and emotional abuse that ultimately finds an outlet in a tremendous confusion.
Such people continue to have a great impact on our society, under whom we can count in particular the popes, most of the Catholic clergy and members of the Roman curia. 
Keeping in mind all that have been said and written this far about the popes and others who think nothing of the trafficking, ritual sacrifice and sexual abuse of children, I ask that you, dear reader, read the following examples of officials of the Holy See justifying their statements made, in order to sow confusion and blame-laying:
Pope Francis, who has been a staunch opponent of gay marriage but open to legal arrangements to protect the rights of same-sex couples, said in 2010 with regard to Argentina’s press for gay marriage,
“This is not simply a political struggle, but an attempt to destroy God’s plan. It is not just a bill but a move of the Father of Lies, who seeks to confuse and deceive the children of God.”
However on 20 March 2013 The New York Times reported that ahead of a debate in his country over gay marriage, Cardinal Bergoglio floated civil recognition of same-sex unions as a possible compromise. Earlier in 2013 Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia of the Pontifical Council for the Family said that although the church opposes gay marriage, it is open to other legal arrangements for protecting peoples’ rights.
He justified his statement by insisting that what he said is “nothing new” and that he “simply called on states to find solutions, which help people and avoid abuses.” [John L. Allen Jr.]
On 20 September 2013 Pope Francis addressed the International Federation of Catholic Medical Associations and Catholic Gynecologists attending a conference in Rome, during which he gave a most spirited and explicit defense of the unborn.
“When a society moves towards the denial or suppression of life, it ends up no longer finding the necessary motivation and energy to strive for man’s true good. If personal and social sensitivity towards the acceptance of a new life is lost, then other forms of acceptance that’s valuable for society, also wither away.
“The paradoxical situation is seen in the fact that, while they attribute new rights to the human person, sometimes even presumed rights, there is not always protection of life as a primary value and basic right of every man.
“The Church appeals to the conscience of all health care professionals and volunteers and in a particular way of you, gynecologists, called to collaborate in the creation of new human lives.
“A widespread utilitarian mentality, the ‘culture of waste’ now enslaving the hearts and minds of many, has a very high cost: it requires the elimination of human beings, especially if they are physically or socially weaker.
“The first right of the human person is his life. He has other goods and some are more precious, but this one is fundamental – the condition of all the others.” [*which includes his right to procreate – something the Church has taken away for some!]
“Things have a price and are sold, but people have a dignity, worth more than things and they don’t have a price. Because of this, attention to human life in its totality has become a real priority of the Magisterium of the Church in recent years, particularly to the most defenseless, that is, the… unborn child, the child… the elderly who are life’s most defenseless”.
And now, dear reader, comes the most hypocritical statement I’ve ever read from the mouth of a human being, be he pope or pauper:
“Each one of us is invited to recognize in the fragile human being the face of the Lord, who, in his human flesh, experienced the indifference and loneliness to which we often condemn the poorest, either in the developing nations or in developed societies.
“Each child who is unborn, but is unjustly condemned to be aborted, bears the face of Jesus Christ, bears the face of the Lord, who, even before he was born, and then as soon as he was born, experienced the rejection of the world.
“And also each old person… even if infirm or at the end of his days, bears the face of Christ. They cannot be discarded, as the “culture of waste” proposes! They cannot be discarded!” 
Yes, pope Francis, please think on your own words next time you attend a satanic ritual sacrifice of a human baby or child; next time when you put that piece of still-quivering flesh in your mouth to save your papacy from destruction! For by God, he will not save you or your chair or your church from destruction.
The Christian bible, as is the Quran, is explicit on the law that the Muslims call ‘sharia’, which translates as an eye for an eye: as you have done so shall God do unto you.
By Caeli Francisco, HumansAreFree.com; | References:
 From Mats Winther’s Mysterium Iniquitatis, http://home.swipnet.se/~w-73784/iniquitatis.htm
 Edward Pentin, http://www.ncregister.com/blog/edward-pentin/popes-strong-words-in-defense-of-the-unborn#ixzz2fsmzS2mX