The Hypocrisy Of Pope Francis Condemning The Paris Attacks

by David on January 9, 2015

Pope Francis comments on the Charlie Hebdo attacks in France show the complete lack of integrity of the Roman Catholic Church.

Pope Francis said,

Wednesday’s attack in Paris makes us think on cruelty, human cruelty, and on terrorism, be its isolated cases as well as State terrorism. How much cruelty human beings are capable of. Let’s pray in this Mass for the victims of this cruel act. So many. And let’s pray also for the perpetrators of such cruelty, that the Lord might change their hearts.”

This, from a man who guides the Roman Catholic Church which carried out the Inquisition.

Historians estimate that during the Dark Ages and the Inquisition, the Roman Catholic Church killed over 50 million people whom they deemed as heretics, most of which were Christians who dared to own a Bible (which the Church forbid) or proclaimed the Gospel of Christ.

Pope Innocent III  said, “Anyone who attempts to construe a personal view of God which conflicts with (Catholic) church dogma must be burned without pity.”  (Source: Papal Bull, 1198 A.D)

More blood was shed under his direction, and that of his immediate successors, than in any other period of Church history, except in the Papacy’s effort to crush the Reformation in the 16th and 17th centuries.

In 1555 John Bradford proclaimed before being burned at the stake, that the Bishop of Rome is the great Antichrist.

In 1555 Hugh Latimer said before being burned to death “What fellowship have Christ with Antichrist?”

In 1555 Nicholas Ridley said before being burned to death that the See of Rome is the seat of Satan.

In 1556 Thomas Cranmer said before being burned to death that the Pope is Christ’s enemy, and the antichrist.

The Inquisition was purely and uniquely a Catholic institution; it was founded for the express purpose of exterminating every human being in Europe who differed from Roman Catholic beliefs and practices. It spread out from France, Milan, Geneva, Aragon, and Sardinia to Poland (14th century) and then to Bohemia and Rome (1543). It was not abolished in Spain until 1808.

Pope Gregory IX said, “The lords of the districts shall carefully seek out the ‘heretics’ in dwellings, hovels, and forests, and even their underground retreats shall be entirely wiped out.” (Source: Council Tolosanum, 1229 A.D.)

On July 22, 1209, Roman Catholic “crusaders” butcher approximately 20,000 men, women, and children at the French city of Beziers.

In 1229, the Roman Catholic Inquisition executed 32,000 Bible-believing Albigensian Christians at Toulouse, France – and confiscates all their property!

Papal Rome directed Roman Catholic King of Spain Philip II to send 10,000 Spanish troops, led by the Duke of Alva, to the Netherlands, in accordance with the Edict of 1550, to stamp out Protestantism there. From 1550-1560, these Roman Catholic troops butchered up to 250,000 Dutch Protestants.

In 1572, Roman Catholic soldiers butchered upwards of 100,000 French Protestants (Huguenots) during the St. Bartholomew massacre that started in Paris. Butchery of Protestants then spread to the countryside.

Click on the link to read more about them Killing The Two Witnesses Of Revelation 11

So don’t believe Pope Francis when he cries out about others killing people, for they are the greatest murders of people in all of history.

Click here to see how the Jesuits of the Roman Catholic Church fulfill the prophecies in Daniel, 2 Thessalonians 2, and Revelation.

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