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Fake Monk Bianchi Declares That Fatima Is a Fake

by Christopher A. Ferrara
December 17, 2015

When Pope Francis was elected, I was entirely positive about the new pontificate, focusing in my commentary on the new Pope’s apparent devotion to the Blessed Virgin and his respect for the Fatima event, as shown by his request to the Patriarch of Portugal to consecrate his entire pontificate to Our Lady of Fatima.   But I confess that at the time I knew next to nothing about the former Cardinal Mario Bergoglio.  I did not know, for example, that he was “famous for his inconsistency.”

After two-and-a-half years of experience with this pontificate, however, I was not the least surprised to learn that Francis had named the fulminating, anti-Fatima, anti-Marian heretic Enzo Bianchi as a consultor to the Pontifical Council for the Promotion of Christian Unity.  This phony “monk,” a layman who calls himself “Prior” of the phony interdenominational “monastery” of the “Bose Community,” was rightly denounced by Monsignor Antonio Livi, former dean of the faculty of philosophy at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome, as “substantially atheist” and a “prophet of the end of Catholicism” whose speeches are “a rhetorical device for his propaganda in favour of a humanism that is nominally Christian but substantially atheist.”

The heretic Francis has appointed to a pontifical council detests Marian devotion and despises the Message of Fatima. Mary, says the phony monk, “can not be the reference point for the advancement of women in the Church.” As for Fatima, Bianchi pronounces Our Lady’s apparitions there a “swindle.”  Why?  Because according to him, any God “who talks about the persecuted Christians, but forgets the six million Jews annihilated in Germany is not a credible God.” 

So, Francis has elevated to Vatican prominence a layman in a monk’s costume who dares to declare what God would have to have included in the Fatima prophecies in order to maintain the divine credibility. But as Vito Messori has observed: “Bianchi should remember that Communism (Lenin seized power in 1917) has at least 100 million deaths on its conscience, and there would not have been Hitler, if there had not previously been Lenin.”  In fact, Nazism — that is, National Socialism — is precisely the outcome of the spread of the “errors of Russia” that Our Lady predicted, it having arisen in pre-World War II Germany as a rival to Marxism-Leninism. And during WWII the Hitler-Stalin Pact, pledging mutual non-aggression, ended only when Hitler invaded Poland.

For Bianchi, notes Msgr. Nicola Bux, a Consultor to the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, “the deconstruction of the papacy in its present form is an especially important concern…” That being so, Bianchi’s appointment to a pontifical council is entirely in keeping with the ongoing deconstruction of the Church by its diabolically disorientated leadership, which seems intent (if it were possible) on committing ecclesial suicide.

Put the rise of this enemy of Our Lady of Fatima — by the Pope’s own hand — into the file marked “Third Secret.”