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Is Francis's Pachamama Idolatry, like Morales' Pachamama Worship, part of a "Communist Revolution"?

Lawyer and journalist Nicolas Marquez in his Spanish language book "The Impostor Evo Morales: From the Pachamama to the Narco-State (Google translation from the Spanish)" makes the case that Morales is a "scam" artist who uses his supposed full-blooded indigenousism for propaganda use and indigenous Pachamama worship to bring about a "communist revolution with illegal [drug] money."
("The Impostor," Cover of book)

Marquez in the books says Morales' indigenousism is Marxism:

"[I]ndigenousism (Indigenismo) is nothing more than ideological Neo-Marxism."

The Catholic Monitor is getting the information for this post from a Google pdf on the Internet of the book cover and Index.

One interesting chapter according to the Index is:

"El Islam y la Pachamama"

Morales along with his collaborator Francis appears to be obsessed not just with Pachamama idolatry, but with Islam.

But, getting to the Francis-Morales Pachamama connection, journalist Edward Pentin reported that Francis's Pachamama idolatry in the Vatican was promoted by his apparent close collaborator Morales according to Gloria.tv.

Is Francis's Pachamama idolatry, like Morales' Pachamama worship, part of a communist revolution?

Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Church.


Comments

Aqua said…
Communism is just another front for the real invisible, never ending conflict: God or Satan.

It is a binary choice. This or that. Today it is communism, tomorrow they will call it something else. But at the core, there is either God - or there is pachamama.

So yes, I agree, pachamama and communism are connected.

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