Monday, December 17, 2018

The evil of the Roman Catholic hierarchy “would make the Mafia blush”

I urge you to watch this. It's only six minutes long, but it would be hard to find a Protestant who has ever said more scathing things about the Roman Catholic hierarchy, than Michael Voris says here.

What's really amazing is that, because Voris has had interactions with federal and state investigators, what he says here is no doubt highly factual.

Some of his phraseology:

The institution ... operates as an international organized crime syndicate that has access to enormous amounts of wealth from multiple sources ...

Consider the effects of compound interest for a 1500 year old organization.

... [This syndicate within the hierarchy] flies under the cover of "religion", and under that cover, has been unexamined and unchecked for the past half century ...

Ok, I would extend that to about 1000 years ... "unchecked" since the eastern churches broke off from Rome in about 1054 AD, leaving Rome not merely the "first among equals", but simply "the first" in its part of the world (western Europe).

... To a man (among prosecutors and investigators), they are all coming to the conclusion that this evil monster that has seized operational control of the church is far-flung, and motivated by sexual and financial corruption on a scale that staggers even these veterans ... There is a corrupt, organized, criminal syndicate running the church, putting itself in place for decades now. A criminal syndicate that would make the mafia blush with shame ...

These investigations will be going on for years, and they will be in the major news media for years to come. It is hard to imagine where it will all end.

You can tell a tree by its fruit.

1 comment:

  1. Voris speaks as if these types of things have only been going on in the past few decades. But they've actually been going on for centuries (apparently he's just not aware of the evidence).

    What's not happening nowadays which was much more common in times past were things like wars and violence done with papal approval or decree. Just in terms of inquisitions, the following videos are also informative.

    Facts about the Roman Catholic Inquisitions [HIGHLY RECOMMENDED]

    Regarding the videos below, I admit that the numbers are highly exaggerated, but that such things occurred by Papal approval is indisputable. Also, I disagree with Bennett when he says that most of the sects he mentioned who were persecuted were virtual Proto-Evangelicals. There was more theological diversity and aberrant (to say the least) teaching among those groups than he recognizes. Nevertheless, the RCC really DID torture people for holding to perceived thought crimes. The OT Israelite theocracy and theonomy was a good thing. But the NT church ISN'T that.

    Catholic Inquisition and The Torture Tools

    Reformation and Papal Inquisition