Ed Pentin interviews Henry Sire

A Video Interview with the Author of The Dictator Pope

Today, April 23, is the day of the official release of the second and expanded edition of The Dictator Pope, a very frank and therefore highly unflattering look at the person of Jorge Bergoglio, especially in his stage act as “Pope Francis”. The author, historian Henry J. A. Sire, is not a sedevacantist and so cannot be accused of bias in our favor.

Subtitled The Inside Story of the Francis Papacy, Sire’s portrait of the Jesuit apostate has already received praise and confirmation from sources close to Francis:

What I am most pleased at is that the book was immediately noticed in high ecclesiastical circles.

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Author chooses to reveal himself…

Author of The Dictator Pope revealed:
‘Marcantonio Colonna’ is Henry Sire

The author of the explosive book The Dictator Pope: The Inside Story of the Francis Papacy has now been revealed: It is historian Henry J. A. Sire.

The disclosure is not a “leak” or the fruit of an investigation; rather, the author chose to reveal his own name for the forthcoming second edition of his book, this time to be published in a print edition by Regnery Publishing. Sire had hitherto used the pen name Marcantonio Colonna but had said from the beginning that he knew he would eventually be unmasked anyway.

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Merciful and humble? Far from it!

The Dictator Pope:
Explosive New Book takes Inside Look at Francis

An explosive new book concerning the person of Jorge Mario Bergoglio has appeared in English: The Dictator Pope, which promises “[t]he inside story of the most tyrannical and unprincipled papacy of modern times.”

The official book description summarizes the contents thus [updated 19-MAR-2018 for second edition]:

Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio of Argentina was elected pope in 2013 as a liberal and a reformer. In fact, he was neither—except by coincidence. Though he was not well-known within the College of Cardinals that elected him, close observers in his native land already recognized him to be a manipulative politician, skilled at self-promotion, and a disciple of the populist dictator Juan Perón.

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