Saturday, June 24, 2017

Is Dictator Maduro's Pope Francis the Real "Hitler's Pope" not Pope Pius XII?

John Cromwell's book "Hitler's Pope" is a disinformation work with the narrative that Pope Pius Xll was pro-Hitler.

Rabbi David Dalin and others have "provided detailed evidence of misquotation, misrepresentation and even malice" in Cromwell's text that slanders Pius who worked against the Nazi regime. (Catholic Herald, "The end of the 'Hitler's Pope myth," March 9, 2017)

Unfortunately, it appears that Pope Francis fits the Cromwell narrative in his apparent propping up of the leftist dictator Nicolas Maduro.

First, we'll do a parody of Wikipedia's summary of "Hitler's Pope" replacing Francis for Pius then show that the facts appear to fit the parody:

The author examines the actions of Pope Francis during the leftist dictatorship era of Nicolas Maduro and explores the charges that he assisted the legitimization of the dictator's regime in Venezuela, through the pursuit of "dialogue" and silence.

He subordinated opposition to the murderous tyranny to the goal of leftist ideology. He farther argued that Francis was anti-capitalist and that this stance prevented him from caring about the brutalized and starving Venezuelan people who protested against the leftist regime.

Francis in "Laudato si" said of the free market economic system that:

"Such an economy kills"

The Pope appears to think that socialist economies such as the Venezuelan system are the model to oppose the free market system.

This may be the reason why Francis is silent about:

- the planning of government snipers to kill peaceful protesters (Miami Herald, "In secret recording Venezuelan general pushes for snipers to control demonstrators," May 18, 2017)

- of at least 70 murders by the dictatorship

-of over 3,000 arrests of demonstrators by the Maduro forces. (The Washington Post, "In Venezuela, prisoners say abuse is so bad they are forced to eat pasta mixed with excrement," June 24, 2017)

Ideology instead of reality may drive the silence.

On April 25, 2017 Caracas Chronicles.com reported:

"The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said this Monday that Venezuela is at risk of a food crisis.

It appears that it is the socialist economy that kills.

It appears ideology not reality may drive the silence of Francis.

Today even the left-leaning Crux, for a moment supported the above narrative saying as "the crisis deepens and the brutalization of the Venezuelan people continues, the curious case of Vatican diplomacy continues. The Pope goes silent."

Fr. Raymond de Souza in the article also wrote:

"As I wrote earlier, lack of clear condemnation by Pope Francis of the Maduro regime, at a time when the local bishops had been courageous, was compromising the credibility of the Holy See's diplomacy. It appeared that leftist Latin American autocrats were immune from the fierce language the Holy Father routinely uses for financiers or arms traders."

However, being true to the leftist tendencies of the website the article retreaded from the above narrative saying "Francis was following a master plan that just needed time to bear fruit." (Crux, "The curious diplomacy in Venezuela," June 24, 2017)

Top exiled Venezuelan freedom leader Professor Carlos Casanova disagrees with Crux about Francis having a master plan against the dictator.

The professor asked the Pope to stop continuously calling for Chamberlain/Hitler-like dialogues as Francis did again on June 5.

The Venezuelan exiled leader said foreign born dictator Maduro's regime had caused a food crisis in the country.

Casanova addressed the following to Francis saying:

"Nazi Germany held dialogues... just to have time to consolidate it's power... Not every use of force is violence. When you have a gang of foreign genocidal maniacs trying to starve a people... you are inciting a very evil form of violence, without perhaps realizing it, just by failure to rightly assess the situation." (Onepeterfive.com, "The Current Destruction of Venezuela & The Role of the Church," June 6, 2017)

The Miami Herald on February 8 said that Francis's dialogue and mediation efforts "legitimized... Maduro, throwing him a lifeline... Pope Francis... stop being an obstacle in restoration of democratic rule in Venezuela." (Miami Herald, "Pope Francis get out of Venezuela. You're only making things worse," February 8, 2017)

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