posted on Mar, 15 2013 @ 10:36 AM
Hatred abounds anywhere within humankind. It is only human nature. Worse are those who worships fictions as truths, and when coupled with ignorances,
out of topic historical antecedents mixing lies with truths, fool the more gulliable amongst us.
The Dirty war was a real event in Argentina. It pit the ruling military junta against the lefties - communists. We all know what the communists do
with religion - they kill, slaughter and sought to end all religion except their own worship of the leaders, proven with Mao when courageous jesuit
priests and protestant church leaders were slaughtered during their commie 'long march'.
As religion is the avowed enemies to the commies, it would be foolish for Bergoglio to stand with them.
It was rumoured that Bergoglio was involve in child trafficking during the Dirty War. THING IS - where are the evidences? Was it the military junta
who did those atrocities or Begoglio activily traffick children himslef? Is justice now twisted towards calling a man guilty first before even
judgement? And smears, lies and half truths is now the current fad that determines a man guilty without evidences?
Bergoglio may seemed to have stood with the military junta, but then, they were the rulers of the land and anti-religion commies were the rebels.
Whatever the atrocities by the military junta, Bergoglio could only speak up as a church leader, and not as an equal ruler, which the ruler have the
choice to be wise to accept and correct errors, or foolishly reject and later face the wrath of his citizens for justice.
May humanity, if not some ATS members, not be so gulliable and presumed Bergoglio guilty without any evidences or investigations presented in a court
of law, except heresay and lies and half truths.
As to the question of the church and its role in politics, the answer is obvious. 'Pay unto Caesar what belongs to Caesar and pay unto the Kingdom of
Heaven that which belongs to God.' a teaching by our Messiah.
The church, regardless if catholic or protestant, is NOT the monarchy or ruler of the land. The actual rulers - tyrants or democratically elected
leaders rule the land. The church does not interfere in politics, but only have concerns on the well being of its flock.
The church is and has the moral authority from divine teachings, to point out errors to the rulers when issues concerning our common Creator's
children come into conflict, and must do so WITHOUT fear or favor. The church needs no earthly power or wealth for such meetings, and will not stand
He has the congregation and fellow religious faithfuls with him. Slaughter the priest, and another will only take his place to confront again. Truth
has no fear, and if it is needed to be brought out, it should be done, logically and resonably, for the holy scriptures are the truths, with logic and
reason, for mankind's progress and evolution.
Many priests church leaders had been slained and slaughtered in Christianity's 2000 year history for pointing out errors committed by rulers. But it
had not ended the gospel and never will, for each day, a new human is born to further our common Creator's destiny for humanity. God is forever,
tyrants are nothing more than vainglorious specks of lifeforms with limited mortality.