IOR Vatican Bank: extortion of a crisis

In this video, Dr Marshall provides a very helpful timeline of events.

What is said in this video is entirely consistent with what was known of the situation. Things have developed of course in the years of Pope Francis’ pontificate. People have taken it upon themselves to manipulate things. This aspect of the crisis is an important key to understanding unintelligible actions from on high.

Extortion is not impossible. Consider that the Holy See and Vatican City State are two entities. If descriptions of the same and laws regarding the same, both internally and internationally, were to be conflated one with the other, what kind of extortion might that permit?

Again, this is a homosexualist crisis. Considering the players behind the scenes, some of whom who have not yet been named, I’m guessing that the idea is to use this as a method of extortion to change the teaching of the Church regarding homosexuality. We have already seen proposed changes. Settlements for “pedophilia” cases, and eventual litigation with much longer tentacles, are merely leverage to push for a change in the teaching of the Church.

Just my opinion. But when you see who is as thick as thieves with who, and with what connections, and the power they have even over the Holy Father, I would say that my opinion is well founded, enough to try to break things open. Oh, I forgot! I’m on my way to Rome today to try to do just that.




Filed under Missionaries of Mercy, Pope Benedict XVI, Pope Francis

13 responses to “IOR Vatican Bank: extortion of a crisis

  1. Jenna Payne

    Safe travels, Father. Our prayers are going with you.

  2. Cathe D.

    Safe journey Father George…praying for you and your mission.

  3. This video seems a very clear exposition of things. I am not familiar with Dr. Marshall, though.

    • Father George David Byers

      Presbyterian convert to be Catholic.

      • elizdelphi

        Dr Marshall was an Episcopalian “priest”. He opted to be a layman as a Catholic and has been involved in Catholic education. He apparently saw the level of commitment to be a great Catholic priest as requiring celibacy, it would mean sacrificing his family and he is already married so he apparently discerned that he was not called to priesthood.

      • pelerin

        Thanks to Elizdelphi for that link to Taylor Marshal’s interview in the EWTN programme The Journey Home. Quite fascinating especially his comments about the Anglican church in which he was a minister. He explained that in his mind Anglicanism had been the best of both the worlds of Catholicism and Protestantism. The interviewer (also a convert) likens becoming a Catholic to becoming a Frenchman – it takes time! TM actually was surprised to find less reverence in the Catholic Church than he had experienced in the Anglican church. However he eventually realised that the Anglican church had no authority to appeal to unlike the Catholic Church so despite his discovery of lack of reverence he finally found his journey home.

  4. elizdelphi

    This is a very good video. I mean, I didn’t go and fact check everything he said but it’s well done and seems to make sense as what basically happened. I am amazed how the dots are becoming connected in these days and the picture that is there, which is not the image of God but the opposite. The danger is that people will think that is what the Church is. But the Church remains perfectly and indefectibly holy; a light shines in the darkness and the darkness does not overcome it.

    I am so glad you are delivering important evidence to Rome. I’m sure they already have tons of evidence. They have the red binder, etc. It seems like they just see the whole thing of homosexual/financial corruption in some radically different way than normal people do.

    Fr Dwight Longenecker has an article with his predictions that have a ring of truth. But what happens when Pope Francis finally dies and Pope Francis’ appointee cardinals select his successor?

    • Father George David Byers

      Think extortion.

      • elizdelphi

        Well, that’s all too possible I guess. We need saints, real men who are real holy. Real women who are real holy too.

      • elizdelphi

        what I don’t get is why practically all non-American bishops seem like they all want to defend Francis from Vigano and other people “attacking” him. Or is it that most are silent as they watch to see what is happening and those speaking up are those who have an agenda that corresponds with the corruption?

      • Father George David Byers

        Remember St John Bosco’s vision?

  5. Aussie Mum

    If Dr Marshall is correct and Pope Benedict resigned because he believed himself unable to stop the financial corruption and sexual perversion rampant in the Vatican, was that resignation valid given that he thought he had no choice?
    One way or another, honest men uncovering corruption are removed. Like Archbishop Vigano, Cardinal Pell (Prefect of the Secretariat for the Economy) found Church money where it shouldn’t have been (“nearly €1.1 billion which was not recorded in financial statements — €94 million of it in the Secretariat of State”) and in 2016 the audit he had commissioned was stopped by the Secretariat of State, Cardinal Parolin and his deputy Archbishop Becciu.
    Cardinal Pell is not popular among the Gay lobby or the liberal media and their allies in Australia and they have been trying for years to pin false abuse charges on him and have him locked up. To his credit Pell did not stay in Rome where he had diplomatic immunity but returned to Australia to fight the latest round of charges. However, his absence from the Vatican means his position there is unfilled and his 5 year mandate to clean up Vatican finances unfortunately expires next year.
    The Vatican Bank’s Auditor General, Libero Milone, was forced to resign last year and has not been replaced either. He, too, fell foul of Archbishop Becciu. He (Milone) stated, “I wanted to do good for the Church, to reform it like I was asked, but they wouldn’t let me.”
    A year later, June 2018, Pope Francis made Becciu a cardinal.
    Becciu is also the man who oversaw the security and secrecy of the 2013 conclave that elected Pope Francis, and the man Pope Francis appointed as his Special Delegate to the Sovereign Military Order of Malta, sidelining Its Cardinal Patron, Raymond Burke.
    Be careful in Rome, Father. We don’t want you to become another casualty.

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