Sunday, March 17, 2013

Security For The Pope Emeritus: Oh, Really?

ז' לחודש הראשון תשע"ג

Please read the following, focusing on the red and the notes in blue italics. The rest of my commentary follows the article.

Pope Will Have Security, Immunity By Remaining In The Vatican

Philip Pullella
VATICAN CITY | Fri Feb 15, 2013

(Reuters) - Pope Benedict's decision to live in the Vatican after he resigns will provide him with security and privacy. It will also offer legal protection from any attempt to prosecute him in connection with sexual abuse cases around the world, Church sources and legal experts say.

From South Park Se10 Ep11 "Hell On Earth 2006"
"His continued presence in the Vatican is necessary, otherwise he might be defenseless. He wouldn't have his immunity, his prerogatives, his security, if he is anywhere else," said one Vatican official, speaking on condition of anonymity.

"It is absolutely necessary" that he stays in the Vatican, said the source, adding that Benedict should have a "dignified existence" in his remaining years. ("Dignified," as in "not in prison")


The final key consideration is the pope's potential exposure to legal claims over the Catholic Church's sexual abuse scandals.

In 2010, for example, Benedict was named as a defendant in a law suit alleging that he failed to take action as a cardinal in 1995 when he was allegedly told about a priest who had abused boys at a U.S. school for the deaf decades earlier. The lawyers withdrew the case last year and the Vatican said it was a major victory that proved the pope could not be held liable for the actions of abusive priests. (Victory? Maybe the Vatican should do something already about preventing more children from being abused, instead of worrying about its "victories.")

Benedict is currently not named specifically in any other case. The Vatican does not expect any more but is not ruling out the possibility.

Esser Agaroth (2¢):
What did I tell you?

If you don't remember, I'll remind you of some of the Top Ten Possible Reasons why Pope Benedict may have resigned:
7. It was becoming increasingly difficult to keep his pedophile priests under control, and that was overwhelming him.

5. His resignation was part of a deal to cover up his involvement in a scandal,...other that pedophilia.

4. He was threatened, and forced to resign, in a power play by another aging cardinal.

3. He was pushed out, in order to put in a politically-correct pope, who would attract more followers.

2. He was offered a higher position of authority in the Illuminati hierarchy he could not refuse.
1. He knows that Vatican security will soon fail, and he will no longer be safe from the common people's exacting of justice from him.

Something's definitely up.

Watch for his leaving the Vatican for a visit, and traveling to countries where he knows for certain that he is safe from prosecution....

It appears that the Vatican does not want him living outside of its walls either, as the old Poop's new residence could become a place of pilgrimage. Is the Vatican that concerned that it could be ripped in two?

Sure, this old pope says that he resigned due to his inability to carry out his duties. But, don't forget that since 1981 he was Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, and then from 2002, he was also Dean of the College of Cardinals, until election as Pope in 2005. In other words, as a 31-year Vatican insider, "he  knows where the money's hidden, and knows where the bodies are buried."

Because of his age, and apparent frailty, he is more likely to be bumped off die in his sleep than his pre-predecesor, John Paul I, might have been.

Ratzinger = Rat Singer
 I doubt that the Vatican will be allowing this Ratzinger to sing much longer.

Stay tuned!

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