De Profundis
Another quote: "Now, the most diabolical thing that our enemy has succeeded in doing is to use precisely those who present themselves to the world invested with the authority conferred by Jesus Christ on His Church in order to do evil, with this effect: on the one hand involving some of the good in evil, but on the other hand scandalizing the good who are aware of it.
paulbennett966
lelkihaz
They cannot provide sources because it would be too long. But the writing is true. Check RNS, HEK 239 cell line, fetal tissues experiments in USA. Check out the fetal tissues transports from a certein abortion clinic. Treatment for AIDS, C Hepatitis, reserches for living more, etc. They are using fetal tissues weekly, pieces of liver injelted in mices. They are producing so new cell lines …More
They cannot provide sources because it would be too long. But the writing is true. Check RNS, HEK 239 cell line, fetal tissues experiments in USA. Check out the fetal tissues transports from a certein abortion clinic. Treatment for AIDS, C Hepatitis, reserches for living more, etc. They are using fetal tissues weekly, pieces of liver injelted in mices. They are producing so new cell lines aparently not from aborted tissues. But the original source of saving lives is from killing babies... It is somehow a kind of canibalism, or something like the first sin made by Adam and Eve. It has influence spiritualy, a cursed influence... Somehow the curse of a crime is injected in others body... It is scaring...
charisma
Please provide exact source of information, name of media, date, hyperlink etc.

It is a shame that almost all GTV news fails to provide these "bibliographic" or better to say obligatory details to the readers. Why?
Jungerheld
Most often they give enough info for a little effort researching on your own. I dont see it as their obligation, particularly since (daily) the articles interject common sense into nonsense.
charisma
I tried to find the referred jan 31 article of Vigano but could not find. What is the reason to refer to an unpublished letter? How can one find further/full information about an article not found elsewhere?