Sunday, August 11, 2019

Is Francis's Amazon Synod about "Nazi Ecology," Nazi "Volkgeist" & "Pre-Christian Beliefs, Half-Baked Catechism Precepts, and Outright Superstitions"?

After a few photo ops with the Indigenous Amazonians, the Francis Vatican Amazon Synod got down to it's real business as the Synod working document said in part II:

"Integral Ecology: The Cry of the Earth"

As reported on LifeSiteNews, Roberto de Mattei said the working document is about a "eco-theology which proposes a pantheist... 'cosmo-vision' unacceptable for a Catholic."

Where does this eco-vision originate in the modern world?

It appears that Francis's eco-theology echoes the Nazi ideology of "deep ecology" in giving nature intrinsic value "independent of all human considerations."

This isn't the first time Francis and his Vatican have spoken of the "cry of the earth" and sins against nature. Gloria.tv reported:

"Francis noticed that he has rarely heard penitents accusing themselves in confession of violated nature... because 'we are not yet aware of this sin.'"
(Gloria.tv "For Francis Formication Seems to Be Okay - His New Sin Is "Violating Nature," February 11, 2019)

Catholics have been aware of stewardship of God's creation, but never of sins against nature.

The only sin against nature for Catholics is the sin of homosexuality. Francis and his inner circle don't seem to have a big problem with that sin.

However, the pagan Nazis' ideology did believe one could "violate nature."

French philosopher Luc Ferry shows how Francis's apparent attributing of intrinsic value to nature originated in the modern world in Adolf Hitler's Nazi ideology:

"In... Nazi ecology... the central theme of deep ecology: the idea that the natural world is worthy of respect in and of itself, independent of all human considerations."
("Conflicting Philosophies and International Trade Laws: Worldviews," Page 78)

Moreover, besides the pagan "Nazi... deep ecology" there appears to be other semi-idolatrous heretical ideas that will be in play at the Amazon Synod including a type of South American Nazi race idolatry and indigenous pagan "pre-Christian beliefs.

The editor of a papal biography on Francis Alejandro Bermudez explains that Francis's theology (which apparently will be the basis of the Amazon Synod) is about a Peronist version of German National Socialist or Nazi "volkgeist" and "pre-Christian [pagan] beliefs, half-baked catechism precepts, and outright superstitions":

The "biggest impact on Francis' thought were Jesuit Fr. Juan Carlos Scannone... a professor of young Fr. Bergoglio- as well as Argentinian Fr. Lucio Gera."
(Catholic News Agency, "The theological formation of Pope Francis," March 17, 2018)

Scannone is a "second generation disseminator" of Gera's Theology of the People which governs Francis's thought and papacy according to Latin America and Pope Francis expert Claudio Ivan Remeseira.

Remeseira says the "thinking of Pope Francis has been shaped by two specifically Argentinian factors... Peronist theologians and priests [such as Scannone who] seek to reconcile their political beliefs with the ecclesiology of the People of God championed by Vatican II."

This amounted to a mixture of Franco-like Fascist Peronism with Peronist leftist secular socialism that was the "Argentine social-welfare state" which Remeseira called "National-populist ideology" and the belief that "popular culture is... the sign of the Holy Spirit's presence in the community":

"[T]he Peronist... terminology was reminiscent of Francoist Spain, but instead of turning the country into a National-Catholic regime, Peron turned around the relationship between Church and State... Argentina morphed into a secular National-populist ideology.... [with] [o]ther characteristics of Peronism common with Fascism... fervent nationalism... the identification of Party and Nation as one."

"The centerpiece of this ideology was the charismatic relationship between Leader and People... the religious undertones of Peronism were captured by Evita [wife of Peron], the [Virgin Mary-like] mediator between the Leader and the masses [the "People"]... When Evita died... a saint-like cult of her memory rapidly spread across the country."

"... The long established influence of German idealism [this relativistic philosophy is the basis of the Modernist heresy] in Argentine philosophy also played its part... [Modernist German] Cardinal Walter Kasper points out that during his doctoral studies in 1950s Germany, Gera 'became familiar with... the Tubingen school (of theology)... teachings about the spirit of the people', the volkgeist."

"The ethnic essentialism associated with the notion of the volk had a peculiar spin in Argentina... the mestizo population that had been displaced by the those immigrants. The displacement of the lesser-skilled labor force by the [Peronist] gringos... [a] majority of the Argentinian churchmen- including Bergoglio- were themselves first or second generation European ["gringos"] immigrants; their awareness of, and in some cases, their feelings of guilt, help explain their support for Peron and their entrenched dislike of capitalism."

"In this theology, the People are defined in a narrow sense as the poor and the dispossessed..."

"... [the "People's"] Latin American Catholicism... a suspicious mélange of pre-Christian beliefs, half-baked Catechism precepts, and outright superstitions. Gera... develop[ed]... as key to the spiritual renovation of the Church."
(Medium, "Pope Francis, Peron and God's People: The Political Religion of Jorge Mario Bergoglio," September 17, 2017)

Renowned theologian Tracey Rowland says that the "Argentinian 'People's Theology'" gives:

A "privileged epistemological standing to the 'people' similar to that given to the proletariat class by Marxist theorists and to the 'Volk' by the German National Socialist...To European ears', the notion of 'the people' enjoying some kind of special epistemological status is strongly evocative of the National Socialist concept of the 'Volk'... Scannone would argue... their spirituality is based on [popular culture as explained by Gera] Christian beliefs, not Norse mythology."
(Catholic Theology, page 182)

To a large extent, Francis's Theology of the People, it appears, is not based on Revelation, but German relativistic heretical Modernism.

Francis's thinking appears, to a large extent, to be based on a Argentinian Modernist version of German Volk or People of God theology that believes the "key to the spiritual renovation of the Church" is the People's "pre-Christian beliefs, half-baked Catechism precepts and outright superstitions" and is "strongly evocative of the [German] National Socialist concept of the 'Volk'" as well as the Argentinian Peronist mixture of Franco-like Fascist and leftist socialist secular political beliefs.

Please pray a Our Father now for the restoration of the Church.

3 comments:

lynn said...

You are doing so much excellent excavation of the modernist church that it is a joy to behold. Some things very alien to the apostolic faith have been occuring in the church of Rome for some time now. Recommend getting hold of a copy of The Occult Renaissance Church of Rome by Michael Hoffman. History and factual realities have been hidden or misrepresented to the faithful for far too long.

Dad29 said...

pray a Our Father

Gonna take more than one, friend.

Fred Martinez said...

It's a start. Please when you pray the Our Father asked Him to give you the grace do more.