Friday, April 28, 2017

"Nake Corruption": Pope Francis "Practically" Controlled by German Bishops in Attempt to Destroy Malta Knights

ChurchMilitant.com on April 27 reported that a internal document of the Knights of Malta revealed that financially corrupt Malta Knights enlisted the help of "dissident Germans" lead by Cardinal Marx to bring about their return to power using German financial leverage to "manipulate" Pope Francis.

After their full return to power they intend to destroy the Knights according to the article.

The piece farther reported:

"'German bishops practically control the Vatican because they are so rich and the Vatican is so poor'...The document implies that Von Boeselager was able to convince Cdl. Marx along with figures of influence in Rome to manipulate the Holy See into deposing Festing and reinstating Von Boeselager...at the heart of the maneuvers to oust Festing was a sweetheart deal...by one Ariane Slinger, a wealthy Swiss  lawyer"

Festing had to be removed because he was "concerned about the ethical implications" and refused the corrupt deal involving Boeselager as well as his corrupt Knights and because he suspended their ring leader.

At this time Slinger was being sued by the Malta Knights and others. She started making threats that "if she was continued to be sued" that "she would tell the world what she knew about those internal Vatican financial dealings."

The article says that the "very men" involved with the 30-million franc Slinger unethical deal with Boeselager "now being handled by the Vatican Bank," Abp. Silvano Tomaso, Marc Downfall and Marwen Senhaoul, were members of the papal commission that brought about Festing's fall and Boeselager's reinstatement after his suspension.

The internal document titled " The Knights Of Malta, Chancellor Von Boeselager, And A Financial Scandal Involving High Vatican Officials" said:

"This is naked corruption at the highest levels...The next step is the plan of the 'German Interest' to secularize and emasculate the Order of Malta and turn it into a mere NGO...If that succeeds then the Order of Malta will be no more"




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