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Who Does Pope Francis Thinks He Is as He Calls for the Worldwide Abolition of Death Penalty?

Now first and foremost, I would like to say to other Vatican expositors that using the okay sign (which Pope Francis is doing above) is not necessarily pledging allegiance to Satan (though I've seen many Illuminati members use it to directly communicate 666 but just because a chef does it in the kitchen, doesn't mean that chef is worshiping Satan), even if the Illuminati uses it to symbolize 666 but remember, it's also the okay sign and that, the Illumati and the Jesuits do other activities that every normal person does so please, judge them by doctrine.  As Brother Gerry Soliman said, sadly some Christians are already overdoing it.  Now it's time for me to think about it that what Pope Francis did in giving the okay sign perhaps to address that, "It's okay!  Time to get rid of the death penalty." is really going against the Word of God.  Then again, since when did the Popes really truly honor the God of the Bible?

I remembered when the Vatican had been opposing death penalty ever since to prove that they are pro-life ever since the "Day of Pardon Mass" of the late John Paul II, who is now canonized as a saint.  When I think of Pope Francis, there has been some utter nonsense like when he condemned arms manufacturing and weapons ownership, now he goes against the death penalty.  Based on history, the Jesuits are slick and dangerous and considering that he's the first Pope to have originated from the Jesuit Order, I am not surprised at what's going on.  When I think of why the Vatican opposes the death penalty and calls for its worldwide abolition, I can only say it's another trick.

I guess the Vatican wants us to forget the bloody Inquisition as if it were a myth or to show that they are sincere with the late John Paul II's "Day of Pardon Mass" and by declaring him a saint, they continue his legacy onward.  With Pope Francis as a charismatic Pope, he looks like a lamb but speaks like a dragon, he is most likely a forerunner to the False Prophet.  When the Vatican calls for a worldwide abolition, there are also "studies" that are made to prove that death penalty does not supposedly deter crime.  Whose studies are they basing it on?  The Jesuits?  Knowing that the Jesuits are also experts in academics, they would know how to manipulate information and teach these methods to their willing parishioners.

Here's one Jesuit quote proving that those men in black are better called the Society of Judas Iscariot that really shows how clever they are in beating around the bush:

"Retribution is just another word for revenge, and the desire for revenge is one of the lowest human emotions — perhaps sometimes understandable, but not really a rational response to a critical situation.  To kill the person who has killed someone close to you is simply to continue the cycle of violence which ultimately destroys the avenger as well as the offender.  That this execution somehow give 'closure' to a tragedy is a myth. Expressing one’s violence simply reinforces the desire to express it. Just as expressing anger simply makes us more angry.  It does not drain away.  It contaminates the otherwise good will which any human being needs to progress in love and understanding." 
Raymond A. Schroth, SJ  
Jesuit Priest and Community Professor of the Humanities at St. Peter's College
Email to ProCon.org
Sep. 5, 2008

Excuse me but the Jesuits have had an ugly history of committing murder and revenge as they have been killing their opponents left and right (through their agents) while using the motto of "For the greater glory of God." in vain, because their actions prove that they are for the greater glory of the Jesuits instead of God.  While I do understand that revenge is indeed a low emotion but the Jesuits are in fact repulsive hypocrites that's why I dub them as the Society of Judas Iscariot because of their actions.  To say that the death penalty is just Old Testament might as well consider Revelation 13:10 which says, "He that leadeth into captivity shall go into captivity: he that killeth with the sword must be killed with the sword.  Here is the patience and the faith of the saints."  Then again, since when has the Council of Trent much less the Jesuit Order really read the Bible verse by verse?  I doubt it they do because they only quote it out of context and leave it to their "infallible interpretation" which creates nothing more than confusion.

When I think of why people argue death penalty does not deter crime, I would believe they are confusing rightful executions and wrongful executions (ex. out of vindictiveness or unclear judgment) or that people who got executed were by race or by social status never mind they fail to get complete details.  It won't deter crime if it was used wrongly without a due process but do execute all those who are already proven guilty, it would definitely make crime drop and that's what some dishonest researchers are afraid to admit.  In Saudi Arabia, crime is high in spite of the death penalty is because most of their executions happen on innocent people.  However, you may want to check crime rates in countries that are predominantly Roman Catholic - when they abolished death penalty because the Pope says so, mayhem and corruption spirals out of control.  So what do the "experts" mean that countries without death penalty have lower murder rates?  I guess they are trying to equivocate death penalty with murder for all we know in their dishonest aim to discredit God's Word to keep their own tradition.

Looking at the actions of Pope Francis, he is already speaking with the voice of a dragon while looking like a lamb.  Please don't give me the argument of Papal Infallibility that when he sits on his throne, he is guided by the Holy Spirit type of talk because that doctrine has been proven more stupid than ever.  When the Pope tries to speak declaring new law from his seat in absolute authority, people must listen which is why earlier Reformed theologians called the Pope as Antichrist.  Martin Luther and John Calvin saw the Pope as Antichrist.  It's not surprising why a lot of Christian theologians believe that the last Pope will be be the Antichrist while others view the final Pope as the False Prophet.  What will soon happen after the Rapture is that the False Prophet will soon cause people who refuse to worship the Antichrist their heads.  But I refuse to speculate on when Christ will come because only the Father knows but it's best to be prepared.

Even so, come Lord Jesus.

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