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José Galat dismantles Jorge Bergoglio

Colombian TV Personality exposes Francis’ Heresies

Some truly refreshing news from Colombia: A famous academic, author, political consultant, and media mogul has denounced Francis as a false pope and exposed many of his heresies on live public television. This happened before Francis set foot on the nation’s soil.

We are talking about Dr. José Galat Noumer (b. 1928), who is well known not only in Colombia but throughout the Spanish-speaking world. Galat, who studied political science, law, sociology, and philosophy, was a consultant for Colombian presidents Carlos Lleras Restrepo and Misael Pastrana Borrero from 1966 to 1974, and was president of the private La Gran Colombia University in Bogotá from 1981 to 2017. In 1999, he co-founded Teleamiga, a “Catholic” (i. e. Novus Ordo) television station that broadcasts over cable, satellite, and the internet to millions of viewers.

Galat hosts a weekly live call-in show on Teleamiga called Un Café con Galat (“Coffee with Galat”). On August 18, 2017, the television station posted on its YouTube channel its latest episode of Un Café con Galat, entitled “Bergoglio’s Heretical Past is Francis’ Present”. This 93-minute program goes into detail about Jorge Bergoglio’s denial and rejection of the Catholic Faith. It can be watched in full English translation below (Spanish-only version can be accessed here):

Galat has been publicly critical of Francis for a while, especially with regard to the infernal exhortation Amoris Laetitia, and he denies Bergoglio’s legitimacy on the grounds of the alleged violation of conclave rules by the “St. Gallen Mafia” club.

On July 25, 2017, the Colombian Novus Ordo bishops had released a communique in which they accuse Galat of schism and claim he has excommunicated himself. Galat published a rejoinder to the letter on his web site and responded also on his weekly TV show with the episode “The Excommunicated Cannot Excommunicate Anyone”.

To avoid unnecessary confusion, let us be very clear: José Galat is not a sedevacantist — he is Novus Ordo. In fact, he is on record claiming that Benedict XVI is (still) the legitimate Pope, an absurd position we have long warned against under the label of “Resignationism”. We commend Dr. Galat merely for recognizing and exposing the wicked heresies and scandals of Jorge Bergoglio and for denouncing him for what he truly is: a heretic, a false pope who leads souls to hell.

Now if only Galat could figure out the same truth about Benedict XVI and the other Vatican II pretend-popes, he could really open a lot of people’s eyes. Let us pray that he will.

We have partially relied on information provided by Vaticanist Giuseppe Nardi for this report.