This is How Bad it is: Pope Francis and Bishop Sorondo are Fellow Comrades

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Pope Francis is undeniably a Communist Agent using the credibility of the Catholic Church to propagandize as the Communist Party’s new popular front.  Now, we see that his comrade Argentin Bishop Marcelo Sanchez Sorondo has now “…praised the ‘extraordinary’ Communist state…” [of Red China]. Sodorno is a former professor of Philosophy and has accumulated many publications to bolster his personal credibility and associated Communist influence.  That,  combined with his position of authority in the Catholic Church, makes him a perfect agent of influence for the world Communist Party.  Remember, the Catholic Church is also an influential worldwide organization that can be used to deceive the worlds’ masses.

The staff news at the Catholic Herald reports that he said, for example, that “Right now, those who are best implementing the social doctrine of the Church are the Chinese,”…Translated, Sorondo is saying to the world that Communism is the most effective representation of the doctrines of Catholicism and vice versa. This ludicrous statement is like saying the Chinese Communist Party is a bunch of Christian evangelists.  Of course, this is patently false.

I had personal experienced with this same mindset when my contract was not renewed at a protestant church-affiliated US University in 2008 because I had been “…tagged as an evangelical.” [Remember, the US Universities are one of the strongest United Communist Fronts in America today].  I also heard this same position stated to me directly by one of the deans I worked for at another US university.  He explained that [also reported in my book, The Hypnotic Communist], “Communism and Christianity are the same.”

Bishop Sorondo continued to heavily praise Chinese Communism as a superior vehicle for the spread of what he thinks is Catholicism, according to the February 6, 2018 Herald. After criticizing our patriotic, capitalist president, Mr. Trump, Sorondo said that “…the Chinese are working for the greater good of the planet.”  The phrase, “for the greater good” is in reality, Communese political jargon straight out of Communist doctrine.  In making this comment, Sorondo clearly identifies himself as a Communist.

As a capitalist, I found the following lie to be especially offensive to the truth:  Bishop Sorondo said “What I found was an extraordinary China,” [This invokes Communist exceptionalism over American exceptionalism]…” What people don’t realise [sic] is that the central value in China is work, work, work. [Also, notice that he’s subconsciously telling us he’s deceiving us when he says “…people don’t realize.”] There’s no other way, fundamentally it is like St Paul [sic] said: he who doesn’t work, doesn’t eat.”

This last statement by Bishop Sorondo is very deceptive and misleading since St. Paul’s comment is taken out of context, as Sorondo plays-up satanic Communism. One revealing but subliminal statement in this is the phrase “There’s no other way,…” Communist workers in Red China literally do not have any choice but to work long slave hours under their masters, but I don’t think Sordondo realized he was letting the cat out of the bag with this particular comment.

The actual quote by Paul is from 2 Thessalonians 3: 10-11 which says “10  For even when we were with you, we used to give you this order: if anyone is not willing to work, then he is not to eat, either. 11  For we hear that some among you are leading an undisciplined life, doing no work at all, but acting like busybodies. [2 Thessalonians 3:10-11 (NASB)]

In this biblical passage, the apostle Paul was admonishing lazy disciples who were working for the early Christian Church to continue to be industrious workers for their evangelical mission to spread the gospel, certainly not satanic Communism.  In contrast, Mr. Sorondo is promoting Communism by saying there is no difference between secular [Communist Chinese] workers and evangelical Christian workers.  I hate to use such a worn-out expression, but it fits here:  Once cannot [validly] compare apples and oranges like Mr. Sorondo tried to do.

Furthermore, Sorondo praises Communist Red China’s work ethic, but a work ethic has to be voluntary and what Sorondo doesn’t say in the last quote is that there is no such thing as voluntary work in Communist China.  All work is forced slavery!  Why do you think Chinese products are so much less expensive than those made in the US?  It’s because they have no cost of labor factored into the price of goods produced and sold in the US.

The Catholic Herald post ends with a final insult to the intelligence of the free world with Sordono’s comment that “You cannot think that the China of today is the China of [the time of] John Paul II, or Cold War Russia,…”  Here, Sordono is using two common deceits:  One, he is trying to seduce the free world into believing the lie I documented in my book that the Soviet threat is no longer the case, i.e., that the Soviet Union fell in 1996.  I explain that this is untrue, the Communist Party merely feigned this as a world deception technique of disinformation.  [By the way, this is the same way the so-called “press” misleads and propagandizes the US every day].

Two, the phrase he uses to blind is also the phrase that gives away his intention:  “You cannot think…”  This is dead-ringer language for the Communist identity.  [This so-called “politically correct” linguistic device originally came to the US via the Soviet Union. They used it the same way there as here, to turn us into mindless robots]. Communism demands that all its slaves not think, i.e., they are only permitted to be mindless, Communist robots.  For example, once around 1990, a department chairman at a state university told me “…You are too independent” [i.e., in my thought and teaching, but professors are in reality independent contractors, so what did that really mean do you think?].  To think anything but satanic Communist dictates is a fierce danger to totalitarian dictatorships, also known as just another united front for the Communist Party; the Catholic Church under new leadership.

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