Vatican Scandal: Moral Imperative For Cardinal Pell To Continue His Exposé?

Vatican Scandal: Moral Imperative For Cardinal Pell To Continue His Exposé?


Throughout the persecution of Cardinal George Pell, Andrew Bolt faithfully reported the facts of his arrest and trial.  So, it is interesting to hear his view about the need for the Vatican to welcome back the Cardinal to finish the work of exposing the financial rot – which, more likely than not, was the trigger for the laying of false charges against him. We can see, through their outrageous enforcement of the Covid-19 restrictions as well as their handling of the false allegations against Cardinal Pell,  that the legal community in Victoria is also corrupt.

It is clear that Cardinal Pell does not wish to return to any post in the Vatican – which is understandable.  Does he, however, have  a moral obligation to finish what he started – i.e. expose to the full glare of all necessary publicity, the evil and corruption at the heart of the Vatican?   

Comments (16)

  • RCAVictor

    If Cardinal Pell is still desirous of exposing financial corruption in the Vatican, his interest won’t make a dime’s bit of difference if the Pope doesn’t put him in the position to do so. Given that corruption of every imaginable sort (financial, moral, theological, existential) flourishes in the very foundation – not to mention every nook and cranny, from the basement to the attic – of this pontificate, I would be gobsmacked if Francis put Pell in any position to do anything about it.

    For example, what about the Pope’s 20 million pound loss from his “confidential” account that came to light recently – cited by Scalfari’s own newspaper? Where did the money for that account come from? What about the widely rumored huge sums paid to the Vatican from the Red Chinese, in exchange for fake Communist bishops magically becoming successors of the Apostles? Where did that go? Then there is the rumored transfer of Vatican funds to the Victoria Police, I believe, after Pell was charged.

    The idea that Francis was elected to clean up Vatican finances (and to reform the Curia) is completely laughable – an empty campaign promise, if you will, to hide the real intent of this pontificate, which was to cast a garment of moral authority and ecclesiastical respectability over the satanism of the NWO. Preposterous as that sounds, it’s the way the satanists think.

    As to Cardinal Pell’s moral obligation to expose the stench, I believe he has a moral obligation to speak out about it, but unless he is appointed to clean the stables, he will have to speak out from the sidelines.

    October 4, 2020 at 10:29 pm
    • editor

      RCA Victor,

      “The idea that Francis was elected to clean up Vatican finances (and to reform the Curia) is completely laughable…”

      Nobody, but nobody, could read your very concise analysis of the Vatican financial rot, and disagree. Nobody, as I say, but nobody!

      And I agree with your conclusion – Cardinal Pell should be left to enjoy his gardening unless the Pope appoints him to the highest possible “financial” office with full authority to act against the rogues. Otherwise, no point.

      Having said that – I’m open to persuasion. Put another way, what I have set out above are my principles, but if you don’t like them, I have others…” (Groucho Marx)

      October 5, 2020 at 12:20 am
    • Lily

      RCA Victor,

      What you say about the Pope “20 million loss from his ‘confidential account'” is news to me. I’d never heard that and I didn’t know he had a “confidential account” – is this a personal account of an official Vatican account, presumably used for good causes on a confidential basis? It doesn’t sound right whatever the reason. And the very fact that the Pope is taking money from Communist China is totally outrageous. This explains why he has agreed to let the Communist government appoint Catholic bishops! The whole thing is demonic.

      October 5, 2020 at 9:35 am
  • Fidelis

    I’m not sure Cardinal Pell has an moral imperative to go back to the Vatican to complete his expose but it would be great if he did.

    The whole video was shocking with information about the Cardinal Becciu stealing money to line the pockets of his own siblings. What a disgrace. How can these men possibly save their souls – not only stealing but doing so while taking high office in Christ’s Church! It’s beyond belief.

    I want to see him in jail.

    October 5, 2020 at 9:31 am
  • Lily

    I agree, it would be good if Cardinal Pell returned to the Vatican to clean out the thieves stealing from the Church’s finances. How low can you go? Jesus said “if you cannot be trusted with money that tainted thing, how will you be trusted with more” (I can’t remember the exact quote verbatim but that was the gist of it.)

    I’m disgusted with these men. They are a disgrace to themselves and the Church. I agree, that Cardinal Becciu should be in jail and so should anyone else caught with his fingers in the cookie jar.

    October 5, 2020 at 9:38 am
  • Patrick Healy

    Dear Editor,
    Thank you for highlighting the ‘Pell Issue’.
    As you may recall I have been a long time follower of this scandal where the Cardinal has been persecuted by the evil state of Victoria. No doubt this was at the behest of the Soros Vatican. Just look to the latest Cardinal being defrocked over the London property shenanigans.
    Look no further than the Stalinist Premier called Andrews in Melbourne to find corruption at the top
    Just like at the Vatican – the fish rots from the head down.
    A great summation from RCAVictor as usual.
    Can we propose him for President, if God forbid, Mr Trump does not become fully functional after this suspiciously acquired Wuhan Flu?
    I do not think (or expect) the Cardinal to get or accept a call from Rome.
    After all he knows where the bodies are buried.

    October 5, 2020 at 9:38 am
  • Theresa Rose has this article from an Italian newspaper reporting that Cardinal Becciu moved money into ‘an Australian account’ while Cardinal Pell face false charges in Sydney. If this is true, just how far and deep is the corruption within the Vatican. We most likely need a miracle to bring all this to an end, most likely the Consecration of Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

    October 5, 2020 at 11:06 am
  • Margaret Mary

    This whole thing is totally scandalous. I can’t believe how rotten things are in the Church right now. No wonder God sent Our Lady to Fatima to warn us in advance, that diabolical things were coming.

    I agree with Theresa Rose – it’s only the consecration of Russia that will put things back into the right order again in both Church and world.

    October 5, 2020 at 11:30 am
  • gabriel syme

    The breaking news about Cardinal Becciu is staggering. Using stolen money to bribe witnesses to lie against Cardinal Pell.

    In a recent statement, Cardinal Pell referred to the need for a further “clean out” both at the Vatican and in the State of Victoria. If there is any substance to these bribery reports, then both Becciu and those who lied against Pell should face criminal prosecution.

    The Becciu affair is yet another reminder of the unsavoury characters Francis likes to surround himself with – seemingly because they are easy to control, if he has dirt on them.

    And a reminder also of what a repugnant group of men the College of Cardinals is. With a few noble exceptions, they are a despicable mix of incompetents, crooks and perverts. I would not have thought it possible to concentrate such a grouping of villains into such a small body of men.

    As for Cardinal Pell, it is imperative that the work he was doing continues although I think it understandable if the reigns are taken up by someone else. Following his own ordeal, I do not think there is any pressure on him to return to the coal face, although I am sure his input as an advisor would be both useful and welcome.

    October 5, 2020 at 3:18 pm
  • RCAVictor

    Since we keep being told that we are in the midst of the Passion of the Church, which Our Lord’s Mystical Body must undergo as He Himself did, it is interesting to note that the Apostle who precipitated the Passion was labeled a “thief” by St. John the Evangelist.

    So it’s not really surprising – though disgusting – that the current cabal of Judases includes at least one thief.

    I am amazed that all this rot somehow manages to continue to be propped up. When will it collapse into the sewer into which it belongs?

    October 5, 2020 at 3:31 pm
    • editor

      RCA Victor,

      That’s what strikes me, as well. Thieving seems to be a hallmark of these traitors. Well said.

      October 5, 2020 at 3:42 pm
  • Margaret Mary

    ~This is from Cardinal Pell’s dear ally on Sky News Australia (Andrew Bolt who stood up for him all through his trial). He’s commenting on this new scandal.

    October 5, 2020 at 5:27 pm
  • Angela

    Pick a good person and lets bring them down.Very sad when our Holy Cardinals are in the mist of Crime. History repeats.

    October 7, 2020 at 2:22 am
  • Andrew James

    There is apparently distinct divide between those controlling the Vatican and more traditional bishops.
    Cardinal Viganò has gone so far as to suggest that elements of the encyclical “Fratelli Tutti” are heretical.
    If one looks at the encyclical, Cardinal Vigano’s response, and the prayer being offered earlier this year, a number of things seem to be clear.
    Pope Francis is very happy with globalism and a one-world government.
    Pope Francis is at one with the Grand Imam.
    Pope Francis is happy for all economic migrants move to Europe.
    More traditional and orthodox Catholics, especially European Catholics, may not be happy with any of these.

    October 7, 2020 at 11:57 am
  • gabriel syme

    The latest casualty in all of this is now Cardinal Parolin, who has lost his place on the Vatican Bank oversight board. It is the first time the secretary of state is not represented there.

    Seemingly the spotlight is now beginning to fall uncomfortably on Parolin, who had close links with the now-disgraced Becciu.

    Parolin was most recently in the news for having been attacked by Cardinal Zen, over the fact he had told lies that Benedict XVI had done early ground work regarding the Vatican deal with Communist China.

    As I said recently, what a loathsome group of men the college of Cardinal is – with perhaps a few exceptions, its a private and exclusive corrupt club for perverts, incompetents, thieves, gluttons and liars. Truly obnoxious.

    October 13, 2020 at 9:14 am

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