Forcing Vatican regime changes and…

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The rather well connected Thomas D Williams (son in law of an acquaintance of mine) wrote the other day about a conspiracy to force Benedict out and to replace him with someone a bit more malleable[!], hinting at this, among other things, by way of tidbits from Julian Paul Assange’s Wikileaks about John David Podesta, and from hints from Archbishop Luigi Negri, close friend of Pope Benedict XVI: HERE.

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But hey! What do I know? All I know is that the little tidbits that keep coming in are consonant with and answer the most questions about various developments, including the double-murder of Pope Francis’ pregnant “Front of House” “Receptionist” at the time of the gay-marriage referendum in Italy, when enormous pressure was put on the Catholic Hierarchy not to say anything about it, or else. I mean, really, the repeated tantrum like public protestations of the porporati that they didn’t say anything were apoplectic. Some pieces haven’t yet come into the spotlight, and need to be aired. The pressure isn’t just about moral topics and the manipulation of voters’ consciences.

I think I should go have a chat with Julian. I do, after all, have a number of ulterior motives to go to London. The Embassy of Ecuador is just a stroll away from where I would stay, which is just on the other side of Hyde Park (with some 40 volumes of materials to analyse there…), and a bit closer to the American Embassy [!], and a stone’s throw from Tony Blair’s back yard. I’ve been waiting to have a certain chat with Tony since early 2010 about a certain televised debate I would like to set up. He would be the moderator. It’s on a topic he’s spent his retirement facilitating one way or the other. A best friend of mine who is also a best friend of his would boil the billy for the encounter. I don’t think it’s illegal to speak to Assange, or slip a message to him, since he hasn’t been formally charged with anything as far as I know. If you know differently, let me know.

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3 responses to “Forcing Vatican regime changes and…

  1. elizdelphi

    According to these links it is possible, if he wants to. Probably you have already found all this information.

    Contact info for a man who claims to be a friend of Assange
    https://www.quora.com/Is-it-possible-to-visit-Julian-Assange-at-the-Ecuador-embassy-in-London-and-in-case-is-there-any-special-procedure-to-be-followed

    Various famous people including Americans have visited him
    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/news/eric-cantona-lady-gaga-and-now-pamela-anderson-the-famous-faces-visiting-julian-assange-at-his-9613474.html

    UK politician Nigel Farage just visited him this week (yesterday? today?)
    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-03-09/nigel-farage-visits-julian-assange-ecuadorian-embassy-london

    Detailed information on Assange’s situation legally &etc
    https://justice4assange.com/3-Years-in-Embassy.html

  2. Monica Harris

    Go get ’em, Father Byers.

  3. Carmel

    This is truly alarming Fr George. I have to keep reminding myself that God has a plan😔. Prayers for you and all priests

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