Vatican, the Mafia in the name of God: An observation

Vatican, the Mafia in the name of God: An observation

Rome : Italy | May 28, 2012 at 1:09 AM PDT
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Vatican Says:Paolo Gabriele Arrested: Pope Butler Had Secret Documents In Possession

Vatican, the Mafia in the name of God: An observation



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In view of the revelations of pontifical butler Paolo Gabriele to Italian journalist and author Gianluigi Nuzzi that Vatican is muddled with "internal power struggle in Vatican, corruptions in so many departments, money laundering and abuse of power, involving a number of high ranking priests, including Carlo Maria Vigano, the present Papal Nuncio in Washington D.C,” anyone can easily glean that the Vatican is no different from any state under the rule of a corrupt leader.

Though, the only difference is that Vatican uses the veracity of the Bible and words of God to effect its authority and power. Such revelations of Gabriele enables every true Christian to realize that Vatican believed to be the fulcrum of spiritual power in Christendom is in reality a Mafia that enriches itself and enjoys all out financial supports of Christians throughout the world who are faithfully decieved in the name of God.

His Holiness Jesus Christ must be very, very sad to know and witness what Gabriele has revealed to the world.

Gabriele is a hero for letting every Christian know about the Mafia character of the Vatican.

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File photo of Pope's butler, Paolo Gabriele with Pope Benedict XVI at St. Peter's Square in Vatican
File photo of Pope's butler, Paolo Gabriele with Pope Benedict XVI at St. Peter's Square in Vatican
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