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This is from the Guardian - two years ago.  Regardless of the slant and bias, this will be an issue.

The Media will be on this like the proverbial flies to shit...

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/...repentance

In part:

What one did not hear from any senior member of the Argentine hierarchy was any expression of regret for the church's collaboration and in these crimes. The extent of the church's complicity in the dark deeds was excellently set out by Horacio Verbitsky, one of Argentina's most notable journalists, in his book El Silencio (Silence). He recounts how the Argentine navy with the connivance of Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio, now the Jesuit archbishop of Buenos Aires, hid from a visiting delegation of the Inter-American Human Rights Commission the dictatorship's political prisoners. Bergoglio was hiding them in nothing less than his holiday home in an island called El Silencio in the River Plate. The most shaming thing for the church is that in such circumstances Bergoglio's name was allowed to go forward in the ballot to chose the successor of John Paul II. What scandal would not have ensued if the first pope ever to be elected from the continent of America had been revealed as an accessory to murder and false imprisonment
(03-13-2013, 06:51 PM)BrendanD Wrote: [ -> ]This is from the Guardian - two years ago.  Regardless of the slant and bias, this will be an issue.

The Media will be on this like the proverbial flies to sh**...

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/...repentance

In part:

What one did not hear from any senior member of the Argentine hierarchy was any expression of regret for the church's collaboration and in these crimes. The extent of the church's complicity in the dark deeds was excellently set out by Horacio Verbitsky, one of Argentina's most notable journalists, in his book El Silencio (Silence). He recounts how the Argentine navy with the connivance of Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio, now the Jesuit archbishop of Buenos Aires, hid from a visiting delegation of the Inter-American Human Rights Commission the dictatorship's political prisoners. Bergoglio was hiding them in nothing less than his holiday home in an island called El Silencio in the River Plate. The most shaming thing for the church is that in such circumstances Bergoglio's name was allowed to go forward in the ballot to chose the successor of John Paul II. What scandal would not have ensued if the first pope ever to be elected from the continent of America had been revealed as an accessory to murder and false imprisonment
uh oh
(03-13-2013, 06:51 PM)BrendanD Wrote: [ -> ]This is from the Guardian - two years ago.  Regardless of the slant and bias, this will be an issue.

The Media will be on this like the proverbial flies to sh**...

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/...repentance

In part:

What one did not hear from any senior member of the Argentine hierarchy was any expression of regret for the church's collaboration and in these crimes. The extent of the church's complicity in the dark deeds was excellently set out by Horacio Verbitsky, one of Argentina's most notable journalists, in his book El Silencio (Silence). He recounts how the Argentine navy with the connivance of Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio, now the Jesuit archbishop of Buenos Aires, hid from a visiting delegation of the Inter-American Human Rights Commission the dictatorship's political prisoners. Bergoglio was hiding them in nothing less than his holiday home in an island called El Silencio in the River Plate. The most shaming thing for the church is that in such circumstances Bergoglio's name was allowed to go forward in the ballot to chose the successor of John Paul II. What scandal would not have ensued if the first pope ever to be elected from the continent of America had been revealed as an accessory to murder and false imprisonment

Well, maybe it's the only thing I think we can't incriminate the Pope. Verbitsky is a jewish journalist, he really hates the Church and he has tried to dishonor the Argentinean Priests for years. Bergoglio was a Jesuit at a time when several left handed (even communists) Jesuits desappeared. Verbistky wrote against Bergoglio, but he couldn't prove anything against him.
They tried to smear Benedict as a Nazi because he was a Hitler Yute.  That story didn't have much legs.  We'll see if this one does.  Maybe since he's good with the poor, the media will be more gentle with him.

:rofl:  :LOL: :pointlaff: :jester: :rofl:  :LOL:  :pointlaff: :jester: :rofl:  :LOL:  :pointlaff: :jester:

No, but seriously.  They'll crucify him.

ETA: Wouldn't you like to know??  :bronxcheer:
(03-13-2013, 06:51 PM)BrendanD Wrote: [ -> ]This is from the Guardian - two years ago.  Regardless of the slant and bias, this will be an issue.

The Media will be on this like the proverbial flies to sh**...

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/...repentance

In part:

What one did not hear from any senior member of the Argentine hierarchy was any expression of regret for the church's collaboration and in these crimes. The extent of the church's complicity in the dark deeds was excellently set out by Horacio Verbitsky, one of Argentina's most notable journalists, in his book El Silencio (Silence). He recounts how the Argentine navy with the connivance of Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio, now the Jesuit archbishop of Buenos Aires, hid from a visiting delegation of the Inter-American Human Rights Commission the dictatorship's political prisoners. Bergoglio was hiding them in nothing less than his holiday home in an island called El Silencio in the River Plate. The most shaming thing for the church is that in such circumstances Bergoglio's name was allowed to go forward in the ballot to chose the successor of John Paul II. What scandal would not have ensued if the first pope ever to be elected from the continent of America had been revealed as an accessory to murder and false imprisonment
(03-13-2013, 08:37 PM)DrBombay Wrote: [ -> ]:rofl:  :LOL: :pointlaff: :jester: :rofl:  :LOL:  :pointlaff: :jester: :rofl:  :LOL:  :pointlaff: :jester:

No, but seriously.  They'll crucify him.

Probably so...