Category Archives: Rome, Latin America and Africa

The Pope of Rome in Mexico 2016: Why Now?

The Pope of Rome in Mexico 2016, PDF format

In February 2016 the pope of Rome, Francis I, paid an official visit to Mexico, where he was greeted, as was to be expected in a Roman Catholic country in the very continent from which he himself hails, by jubilant, ecstatic crowds of his faithful followers. 

  But why Mexico?  Why now?

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The Rwandan Genocide and the Roman Catholic Institution

The Rwandan Genocide and the Roman Catholic Institution, PDF format

Introduction

In 1994 the genocide in the little African country of Rwanda occurred, and shocked the world.  Within a few weeks, at least 800 000 people, or even up to a million, were massacred.  It had been carefully planned months in advance, and the warning signs were there – but no one heeded them. Continue reading

America’s Alien Invasion: the United States is Becoming Roman Catholic

Americas Alien Invasion and Rome, PDF format

The United States of America is being undermined. Like powerful moles burrowing underground and weakening the foundations of a house, or ants eating away inside the structures, an enemy is eating away at the very foundations and structures of American society. This enemy is opposed to everything that America has stood for since its foundation. This enemy is the Roman Catholic institution. Continue reading