The Caesars ordered those who fell into disgrace to commit suicide, the Peronists forced them to commit suicide slowly by forbidding them to resign, Caminante-Wanderer.Blogspot.com (June 14) writes.
For the blog, “the perversity of power takes many forms,” and Francis followed the Peronist tradition once again by refusing Munich Cardinal Marx's resignation.
This was a Machiavellian countermove, Caminante writes, against the Machiavellianism of the naive German who wanted to resign to be free to promote the rebellious German Synod. However, Bergoglio disarmed Marx – who can no longer threaten to resign – forcing him to align himself with Rome.
Thus, Marx has been neutralised, weakened, emptied: “How can he, whom the Pope himself has ratified, now represent the revolutionaries?” the blog asks. With a single accurate blow, Bergoglio liquidated Marx and left a zombie in his place entrusting him a “suicide mission.”
Caminate recognises that Bergoglio – a “hollow-minded” and “frivolous” person – is a master of these "little tricks." Like a spider, he weaves every possible intrigue preventing his power from being discussed. The blog anticipates a spectacular fight, full of foul play, and a victory for Francis over the naïve German bishops.
On June 7, Caminante wrote that the Germans are a real problem for Francis. They brought him to power but when they wanted him to repay the debt - female priesthood, homosexualism etc – “they realised that Bergoglio doesn’t pay his debts - like Argentina.”
Therefore, they decided to get what was owed to them through the synod. But Francis published his June 1 Apostolic Constitution decreeing that a bishop attempting to “ordain” a woman is automatically excommunicated and can be dismissed from the clerical state - the harshest penalty the Church can inflict. For Caminante it is evident that Francis directed this at the German bishops.
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