Ireland was being militarized, apparently because Pope Francis, a convicted criminal who acts as a god, was coming to town – at a cost of 32 million Euros for an already-impoverished country. To prepare for his coming more than a thousand poor families and their children have been shoved into police prisons; roadways were being cordoned off; homes were being searched by the Gardai police and a “terrorist watch” network was harassing suspected dissenters.
In spite of his 2013 criminal conviction by an international court, the Pope Francis Road Show would arrive in Ireland on August 25 with all the usual media-contrived gloss of a Vatican carnival routine. Even church commentators agreed that this latest papal visit was unusual by the degree of security and sheer armed might that would surround Jorge Bergoglio. The reason for the madness ran deep. Encouraged by an attempted arrest of Jorge Bergoglio in Geneva on June 21, human rights lawyers in America, Argentina and Spain were seeking a new international arrest warrant against him.
One Dublin commentator recently said, “All them cops around the pope will be shielding him from the worshipers, not the protesters. Lots of Catholics despise the guy,” while last week a cleric in Kerry remarked to a reporter, “Why would a pope require such protection from his own people?”
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