Pope Francis has apologized after slapping a woman’s hand as he greeted pilgrims at the Vatican on New Year’s Eve.
If you have paid any type of close attention to Pope Francis, one thing that pops up over and over is that he is a man with very deep-seated anger issues. Yes, the woman who grabbed his arm should not have done that, but, can you blame her for being a little too excited for finally touching the hand of the man the Vatican has told her is ‘Jesus Christ on this Earth’? That is the official teaching of what the ‘vicar of Christ‘ is. But for him to respond with violence and then have a look on his face like he wanted to kill her?
“And upon her forehead was a name written, MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS AND ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH. And I saw the woman drunken with the blood of the saints, and with the blood of the martyrs of Jesus: and when I saw her, I wondered with great admiration.” Revelation 17:5,6 (KJB)
The pope needs to work on keeping his ‘inner antichrist’ under more strict control, and maybe 2020 is the year he plans on letting him out? The woman should be grateful about one thing, though. If she had done that in 1419 instead of 2019, the pope would have immediately ordered her execution. Spanish Inquisition much?
It was terrible what the pope did to this woman, but it is an excellent teaching moment because in rare times like these the phony mask that the “catholic lamb” wears slips and you get to see the ravening wolf lurking beneath. The Roman Catholic Church and the Vatican that controls her is indeed the Whore of Revelation and Mystery, Babylon. In 2020 we pledge to double down on exposing her for the counterfeit Christian church she truly is, and encourage Catholics everywhere to come out of her and be saved. I did it 29 years ago, and you can do it, too.
Pope Francis apologizes after slapping woman’s hand
FROM THE GUARDIAN UK: Pope Francis lost his cool when the woman abruptly grabbed his hand and yanked him towards her just after he reached out to greet a child during a visit to the Vatican’s nativity scene on Tuesday night.
The woman would not let go and in a gesture that appeared to cause him pain, he slapped at her hand before pulling his hand free. During his Angelus address to a packed St Peter’s Square on New Year’s Day, the pontiff referred to his actions. “I apologise for the bad example yesterday … sometimes even I lose patience,” he said.
The identity of the woman is unknown, but a video of the incident went viral, prompting indignation on social media. One Twitter user wrote: “What the pope did demonstrates one thing – he’s a man.”
In his address on Wednesday morning, the pope also condemned violence against women. He said: “By how we treat a woman’s body, we can understand our level of humanity.”
In another clip that went viral in 2019, Pope Francis repeatedly yanked his hand away from being kissed as a long queue of people came up to him. The waiting pilgrims had been attempting to kiss his papal ring as part of a tradition, practised by more conservative Catholics, to show respect to the pontiff. A few days after the incident, the Vatican said Francis had been worried about spreading germs. However, experts said at the time that his reluctance to have his papal ring kissed reflected an uneasiness with an element of traditional protocol that had lost its original meaning. READ MORE
Pope Francis Apologizes For Slapping A Woman’s Hand
The look on Pope Francis face after slapping her tells you the ‘rest of the story’ as Paul Harvey used to say. Very telling indeed.
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