Another interview from 2017, a total of 9 with this guy. Does this statement compare with his actions to DiNardo et el… Makes comments about theology entirely plausible
“ Pope Francis told the Italian newspaper La Repubblica that the United States of America has “a distorted vision of the world” and Americans must be ruled by a world government, as soon as possible, “for their own good.”
The Pope made the observation in an interview with La Repubblica reporter Eugenio Scalfari.
“Last Thursday, I got a call from Pope Francis,” Scalfari reported. “It was about noon, and I was at the newspaper when my phone rang.”
“ The pope’s silence speaks volumes. Like many other renegade Jesuits, Bergoglio enjoys dabbling in outré theological theories. He is very much like the flaky Jesuits whom I remember from California’s Bay Area, who would toy with students by questioning everything from the miracles in the Bible to the most basic tenets of the Nicene Creed. These frauds enjoyed planting seeds of doubt in the minds of students: Did Jesus really rise from the dead? Or was the “rise” simply a reference to the buoyed spirits of his apostles? I can recall absurd lectures along those lines.
Pope Francis has said on more than one occasion that the miracle of the loaves and fishes wasn’t a miracle but a lesson in “sharing” Jesus Christ delivered to members of the crowd, who, upon hearing his persuasive words, retrieved food hidden in their bags and passed it to their neighbors. That the pope gravitates to such deconstructionist crap bolsters Scalfari’s claims.”