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A blog post I wrote a few minutes ago.

Older versions of Blogger have a feature called 'You might also like...' that places thumbnails of older posts below each new post. As I'm reading other blogs, occasionally a title will catch my eye and I'll click on it to read the post.

It was this habit that led me to click on For the Record: Pope Benedict XVI is First Pope to Resign Since Gregory XII from 11 February 2013 on The Eponymous Flower. A I read it, reliving those uncertain days, I came across this statement, 'Expect the next Pope to be Conservative'. The link led me to an article on The Trumpet that laid out all the reasons that Benedict's successor would be a conservative, and indeed went so far as saying, 'In fact, the next pope may be even more conservative, and forceful in his implementation of Catholic doctrine and tradition'.

What a false sense of security! Within a few short months, we knew beyond a shadow of a doubt that the new Pope was not only not 'more conservative, and forceful in his implementation of Catholic doctrine and tradition', but that he would do all in his power to destroy both!
Yeah, I think many of us were lulled into a false sense of security. Remember this?  :cry: :cry: :cry:

We should've known better.
It has reached such ludicrous proportions of confusion these days that it is quite laughable to me. Tragic and sinful as well, but laughable because many of these supposed "leaders" of the Church still think that nobody sees through their charade, but meanwhile more and more people are seeing them for the evil infiltrators that they are. They are cut from the same cloth as the antichrists and saboteurs mentioned in the letters of Sts. John and Jude.

I consider most of the highest level leaders in the Church today to be theological terrorists. That is my name for them. A hallmark tactic of a terrorist is hijacking a vehicle, and diverting it from its intended direction to another one to suit their purposes. In the case of the Church, the Barque of Peter has been hijacked by theological terrorists, and has been directed away from heaven and towards hell. These evil men also attempt to hijack the Holy Spirit, insisting that the Holy Spirit would suggest a teaching in opposition to the Father and Son.