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Greets her “affectionately”…

Francis sends cordial Letter to Left-Wing Activist Hebe de Bonafini

 

On May 24, 2017, the Spanish-language blog Catapulta — to all appearances an Argentinian web site of the recognize-and-resist position — published a post breaking the news that “Pope” Francis has written a letter to the anti-Catholic activist Hebe de Bonafini.

De Bonafini is a left-wing extremist from Bergoglio’s home turf of Buenos Aires, Argentina. The 88-year-old woman is co-founder and president of the Asociación Madres de Plaza de Mayo (Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo Association). She once admitted to relieving herself behind the altar of the metropolitan cathedral of Buenos Aires during a protest in 2008.

Last year, Francis invited de Bonafini to the Vatican and granted her a special audience, which lasted over an hour. That de Bonafini is pro-abortion probably won’t come as a surprise. Francis loves to associate with people like that, as the case of Italian abortionist Emma Bonino demonstrates only too well.

As Francis’ affection for such a scandalous personality is very significant, we have translated the text of the post as it appears on the Catapulta blog, and we publish it in full in dark blue font below. We have changed the formatting a bit, and we have deleted an expletive found in the original post, as indicated.

 

Nauseating Letters (And Bergoglio is either irresponsible or complicit)

The president of the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo Association, Hebe de Bonafini, has, this evening, received a letter from Pope Francis sent via the Apostolic Nunciature in Argentina.

The Supreme Pontiff’s missive was a response to a letter from Hebe, dated April 14, in which she conveys her desire of having him visit the country [of Argentina] and in which she also details the 40 year history of the Mothers.

Here are both texts:

Buenos Aires, April 14, 2017

Dearest Pope Francis:

I am writing to you in order to tell you how much we all need you. We are experiencing a very bad time, the country is like a mountain crumbling during an earthquake.

I know that you will not come. The Mothers will celebrate, on April 30, 40 years of struggle, marching without fail, every Thursday, on the Plaza. 2,036 marches. There are very few of us left, but we are building an indestructible bridge between our children and the new generations that take their country seriously, so the Mothers can die in peace because the struggle and the defense of life will be in the best hands: the youth! The youth which is committed to fight for others.

Francis, I ask you not to forget about us on [April] 30, and that you ask Daddy God not to abandon us.

I say goodbye with a big hug and a “come, we need you.”

Hebe

P.S. I know that you think that if you come you do a great favor for Pastor Mauricio. And I ask you to think about the good you would do to millions if you come.

[And now, Francis’ response:]

The Vatican, May 5, 2017

Mrs. Hebe de Bonafini

Dear Hebe:

Thank you very much for your letter of April 19. I also thank you for the book you gave me on the occasion of the commemoration of the 40 years of the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo Association.

I thank you for what you said to me in that letter and I would like to reiterate what I have said so many times and have expressed to you when you came to the Vatican: In the face of the pain of a mother who loses her children in such a cruel and violent manner, I feel a profound respect and the need to accompany her with my closeness and prayer. Only she knows that suffering.

Nothing has been decided yet concerning my trip to Argentina. I keep your words in mind.

Please do not forget to pray for me. May Jesus bless you and the Holy Virgin guard you.

Affectionately,

Francis

[Source:] http://madres.org/index.php/intercambio-epistolar-entre-hebe-y-francisco/

Reading this exchange of letters causes one disgust, nausea and repulsion.

The Sow [Hebe de Bonafini] invokes the children who “took their country seriously”; that is to say, who took power in order to institute the “dictatorship of the proletariat”, shooting -as [Marxist leader Mario Roberto] Santucho said- “no less than one million people”. (http://www.alfinal.com/politica/97frases.php)

And then she asks Bergoglio to invoke “Daddy God”!

For his part, Bergoglio lends himself to the subversive game of the Sow when he answers: “In the face of the pain of a mother who loses her children in such a cruel and violent manner, I feel a profound respect and the need to accompany her with my closeness and prayer.” He well knows that those children who were lost in “such a cruel and violent manner” used methods no less cruel and violent in order to eliminate the enemies of the Marxist revolution -would the poor little [3-year-old] daughter of Captain [Humberto] Viola be one?- Bergoglio also cannot ignore that it was a war, and a revolutionary war at that -the worst of all- where quarter was neither given nor asked for. And if our soldiers in some cases went out of line -in what war does this not happen?- in the end they saved the country. We should all be grateful then.

In short, Hebe is a [***] old woman, and Bergoglio, by encouraging the subversion, is either irresponsible or complicit.

[Source: “Cartas Nauseabundas (Y Bergoglio es cómplice o irresponsable)”, Catapulta, May 24, 2017. Translation: Novus Ordo Watch.]

 

Once again we can see where Francis’ true sympathies lie. By contrast, the family of Asia Bibi, a Christian who is on death row in Pakistan for having “blasphemed” after drinking water from the same cup as Muslim women, was not able to get a private audience with Francis in the Vatican. For them he only had a few seconds.