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Thursday, 21 February 2013
"Jersey Catholics To Grovel Before The Most Evil Man On The Planet"
Catholics to pay homage to Pope
Above: Pope Benedict who will step down at the end of the month
On Friday Catholics in Jersey will pay homage to the Pope who is standing down after eight years in office. The mass will be lead by Jersey's Catholic Dean, Monsignor Nicholas France. It will be held at St Thomas's Church starting at 7.30pm. Prayers will be offered in gratitude for the Pope's role as a teacher and spiritual guide. They will also express admiration for the radical step which Pope Benedict has taken in becoming the first Pope in 800 years to resign from his post. The mass will also see prayers for the cardinal electors who will be in charge of choosing a new chief pastor for the Catholic Church in the middle of March.
Later this evening I will be doing a posting on the evil of the Vatican and it's world wide deception to control everything & everyone through their 1302 Papal Bull...."Unam Sanctam"
"The Real Truth Behind Monster's Resignation"
"Pope To Spend Saturday Begging Italian President Not To Arrest Him For Crimes Against Humanity"
POPE IS SEEKING IMMUNITY. The real story behind his
resignation and the call for him to leave Rome. ~JoAnne
Kevin Annett: Breaking News: February 14, 2013
Pope Benedict to seek immunity and protection from
Italian President Giorgio Napolitano on February 23 -
International Tribunal calls on Napolitano to
"not collude in criminality", and announces global campaign to occupy
Vatican property and launch human rights inquiry in Italy
Media Release from The International Tribunal into
Crimes of Church and State - Brussels
Rome (9 am local time):
Pope Benedict, Joseph Ratzinger, has scheduled a
meeting with Italian President Giorgio Napolitano for Saturday, February 23 to
discuss securing protection and immunity from prosecution from the Italian
government, according to Italian media sources.
Ratzinger's meeting follows upon the apparent
receipt by the Vatican of a diplomatic note from an undisclosed European
government on February 4, stating its intention to issue an arrest warrant for
Ratzinger, who resigned from his pontificate less than a week later.
In response to the February 23 meeting, the
International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS), through its
field Secretary, Rev. Kevin Annett, has written to President Napolitano, asking
him to refrain from assisting Ratzinger in evading justice.
The ITCCS letter states, in part,
"I need not remind you, Mr. President, that
under international law and treaties that have been ratified by Italy, you and
your government are forbidden from granting such protection to those like
Joseph Ratzinger who have aided and abetted criminal actions, such as ordering
Bishops and Cardinals in America and elsewhere to protect known child rapists
among their clergy.
"Your obligation to the Vatican through the
Lateran Treaty does not negate or nullify the requirements of these higher
moral and international laws; nor does it require that you give any protection
or immunity to a single individual like Joseph Ratzinger, especially after he
has left his papal office."
A copy of the complete text of the ITCCS letter
In response to the documented crimes of child
torture, trafficking and genocide linked to Pope Benedict and Vatican officials,
the ITCCS will be sponsoring a series of ongoing protests and occupations of
Roman Catholic churches and offices through its affiliates around the world
beginning in Easter week, March 24-31, 2013, and continuing indefinitely.
These actions will accompany the legal efforts to
bring Joseph Ratzinger and other Vatican officials to trial for their proven
complicity in crimes against humanity and criminal conspiracy.
The Easter Reclamation Campaign will seize church
property and assets to prevent their use by child raping priests, who are
protected under Catholic canon law. Citizens have this right to defend their
communities and children when the authorities refuse to do so, under
Rev. Kevin Annett and an official delegation from
the ITCCS Central Office will also be convening a formal human rights inquiry
in Rome commencing the week of May 13, 2013, to consider further charges
against the Vatican and its new Pope for crimes against humanity and
obstruction of justice.
Rev. Annett and his delegation will be working with
organizations across Italy in this investigation. In 2009 and 2010, he held
rallies outside the Vatican and met with media and human rights groups across
Italy to charge the Vatican with the death of more than 50,000 aboriginal
children in Canada.
For more information contact ITCCS and Rev. Annett
at firstname.lastname@example.org and see http://www.itccs.org/
Copy of letter to President Napolitano
An Open Letter and Appeal to Giorgio Napolitano,
President of the Republic of Italy
from Rev. Kevin D. Annett, Secretary of the
International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State
14 February, 2013
Al Presdente della Repubblica Italiana
Presidenza della Repubblica
c/o Palazzo del Quirinale
Dear President Napolitano,
On behalf of our Tribunal and people of conscience
everywhere, and of the millions of victims of church abuse, I am making an
appeal to you regarding your upcoming meeting with Joseph Ratzinger, who will
retire soon as Pope Benedict, the Pontiff of the Church of Rome.
Our understanding is that, in the wake of pressure
to have him resign his office because of his proven complicity in concealing
child trafficking in his church and other crimes against humanity, Joseph
Ratzinger is seeking the assistance of the Italian government in securing
protection and immunity from legal prosecution.
I need not remind you, Mr. President, that under
international law and treaties that have been ratified by Italy, you and your
government are forbidden from granting such protection to those like Jospeh
Ratzinger who have aided and abetted criminal actions, such as ordering Bishops
and Cardinals in America and elsewhere to protect known child rapists among
Your obligation to the Vatican through the Lateran
Treaties does not negate or nullify the requirements of these higher moral and
international laws; nor does it require that you give any protection or immunity
to a single individual like Joseph Ratzinger, especially after he has left his
The need for you to abide by international law and
not be seen to collude with Joseph Ratzinger is even more true when one
considers the enormity of the crimes of which the Vatican and its highest
officials are clearly guilty, according to considerable evidence gathered and
documented by our Tribunal and other groups, and acknowledged by many
In Canada alone, the Roman Catholic Church and its
Vatican agents have been found guilty of responsibility for genocide and the
deaths of at least 50,000 aboriginal child children in the Jesuit-initiated
Indian residential school system, that operated until 1996.
In Ireland, more than 10,000 women suffered and were
exploited in the Catholic-run Magdalene Laundries, where many of them died.
Similar church-run institutions all over the world have caused enormous
mortality, disease and ruination for millions of children. And yet the church
has never been held accountable or prosecuted for these deaths and the theft of
enormous wealth from entire nations.
With the recent initiative of at least one European
government and a host of lawyers to bring Joseph Ratzinger and other church
officials to trial for these crimes, we feel it is incumbent on you neither to
assist nor to be seen to assist or condone the attempt by him to evade,
obstruct or delay justice, lest you open yourself to a charge of being an
accessory to a crime.
On behalf of our Tribunal and of many people who
cannot speak, I call on you to stand on the law of nations and humanity, and
offer no support or protection to Joseph Ratzinger or his accessories in their
efforts to evade responsibility for their proven crimes.
I look forward to your reply, and to discussing this
with you more when I visit your country in May with a human rights delegation
to investigate this matter more closely.
Kevin D. Annett, M.A., M.Div.
Secretary, The International Tribunal into Crimes of
Church and State