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originally posted by: Millions
originally posted by: butcherguy
originally posted by: Millions
a reply to: butcherguy
I find this attitude really sure frustrating. And, if I'm being honest, annoying. Its like the kids in the school playground chanting at the new kid - we know something you don't know, we know something you don't know....
We've discussed paedophile sex rings, organ theft, satanic rituals and all sorts. So this sudden 'you can't handle the truth' doesn't add up.
I assure you that I will not be posting remarks that I can't explain any more.
I probably won't be posting much ar all in these Q threads.
Sorry, butcherguy (and PerfectEnemy too) - keep doing what you do. Forget what I said, I just get frustrated when there seems to be information I don't get access to, that's all.
originally posted by: FauxMulder
originally posted by: xuenchen
Q ready to post in an hour!
Hold off until then.
Xue, what lead you to believe there would be a Q post in an hour?
Pell is essentially the treasurer of the Vatican and the Holy See in Rome, a high-ranking position that puts him third in charge after the pope.
On Tuesday, Wallington handed down her decision, stating that Pell would face trial on half of the charges. She threw out the most serious due to credibility issues over witnesses. Other charges were withdrawn by the prosecution during the committal hearing. Pell has pleaded not guilty to all of the charges for which he will stand trial.
...in 1996, while Pell was archbishop of Melbourne, he was approached by senior politicians, judges and officials who raised concerns about historical child sexual abuse by clergy and church personnel. More complainants were coming forward with their stories and historical charges were being laid. As a result, Pell established a scheme within the archdiocese of Melbourne to investigate such claims. This initiative was known as the Melbourne Response, and those in charge of it, including Pell, have been criticised by complainants for an inconsistent and inadequate response to claims.
His role, for which he was chosen by Pope Francis personally to turn around the Vatican’s finances, makes him the third most senior member of the Vatican hierarchy.
originally posted by: LurkNoMore
Did you watch the last video I posted? If not then circle back here after viewing...
Do not watch this at work or in public. No graphics but words speak LOUDLY enough. This is the Rabbithole May is supposed to be tuff for the pope?
Follow link and read comments
originally posted by: Perfectenemy
a reply to: RelSciHistItSufi
That's one of the positive side effects of Q and the Great Awakening. We were all gods once and can be again. I always had weird experiences i couldn't explain but now since Q or whatever it kicked into maximum overdrive. It all ties back to our secret and hidden history. I mean holy sh!t i visited another planet and that was absolutely breathtaking and a similar world where magic existed. Your mind is capable of so many wonderful things and we just forgot how to play or more likely we were forced too. Well having a front row seat and watching London and Paris blow up wasn't that wonderful.
You have been lied to all your life. It's time to break the chains and be finally free from their lies. That's what this is all about. Free your mind and soul. That's what they are most afraid of. A population that realizes that reality is not what they claim to be. It never was.