Bloody Croatian Bishop Stepinac is to become a saint canonized by Vatican


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Croatian Archbishop Stepinac, most likely future Roman Catholic saint, at an Ustashi meeting with (right to left) General Roata, Commander of the Italian Fascist Forces and other Nazis. As “Supreme Military Apostolic Vicar of the Ustashi Army”, Stepinac participated genocide of Serbs, Jews and Roma population, also actively participated in military and political functions, mingling with Fascist, Nazi and Ustashi Commanders.
Honoring criminals is to murder his victims for the second time.
Croatian Archibishop Stepinac was using Nazi German to achieve an ethnically clean (without Serbs) Croatia.

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– Stepinac was the supreme military vicar in the Independent State of Croatia ( NDH ) army, and therefore responsible for genocide; he is to be blame for the monstrous crimes of Roman Catholic priests, members of Ustasha and Domobran units . He was one of the initiators of the forcible convertion of the Orthodox Serbs . In his letter to Pope Pius XII , to the middle of the 1943. there were about 244,000 Serbs forcibly converted – and these are some of his ” merits “, explains Dr. Veljko Djuric Mišina , historian and director of the Museum of Genocide Victims in Belgrade.
So this is the latest Catholic saint who will be celebrated by millions of people. February 10th is the big day for Catholic Croats in Balkans, because that’s the day their “saint” Aloysius Stepinac will be celebrated and honoures.
This man, on the other hand, was the torturer and collaborator in genocide against Orthodox Christians, Gypsies and Jews. In the era of heresy of ecumenism (false, dishonest, by Vatican and NWO promoted unity) it’s probably not a big deal to convince the humiliated, liveless masses of people that the torturer Aloysius and his victim martyr saint Vukasin Klepacki got the same rank (Stepinac in Catholic Croatian, and Vukasin in Serbian Orthodox church) and that both should be celebrated together?!

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Alen Budaj, an associate of the Jerusalem-based Simon Wiesenthal Center, says “Stepinac never repented his Catholic ‘baptized souls’ burning Jewish and Serbian churches, plundering around as wild hordes, raping and killing the ”infidel heretics” as crusader armies once did across the Holy Land,”

Budaj added that Stepinac knew about it all, but nevertheless bestowed blessings on the NDH and served it, even after its collapse, hiding Ustasha criminals, stolen Serbian and Jewish gold and Ustasha state archive in the Zagreb Kaptol.
“To me, as a free man, Stepinac will never be a saint, as I am not bound by decisions of the Pope, nor have I lost my mind to believe in that fraudulent alchemy of miraculous transformation of a criminal into a saint. ”


Saint Vukasin Klepacki, tortured and murdered by roman catholic fanatics – Vukasin Mandrapa was a farmer and merchant, born in Klepci (at the time the Ottoman Empire, modern-day Bosnia and Herzegovina). He and his family lived in Sarajevo and then returned to Klepci, but were arrested and sent to the Independent State of Croatia Jasenovac death camp, for both their Serbian ethnicity and for refusing to convert from Serbian Orthodox Christianity to Roman Catholicism. At least two nephews of him are said to have died in Jasenovac before he did.

In January 1943, Mandrapa was singled out by the Croatian Ustaše Josep “Zhila” Friganović, who had noticed his stoic behavior during the forced labor days and the slaughter of prisoners at night. Then, he was mutilated by Friganović, after his repeated refusals to praise Ustase leader Ante Pavelic.[2] For as long as Mandrapa could speak, he told Friganović “radi ti, dijete, svoj posao.” (“Do your job, child” in Serbian): as a result his ears, tongue and nose were cut, then his eyes and heart were gouged out, and his throat was slit. Friganović is said to have been unable to kill more people that night, fallen into alcoholism, and years later later he confessed this to a doctor named Nedelko Nedo Zets, who wrote it down.

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The pillars ‘laid their life’ for the monstrous Independent State of Croatia – Stepinac dominates.

Kosovo Albanian PM Hasim Taci in Vatican – what’s behind the curtain?

The presence of  the Serbian president Tomislav Nikolic at the Papal  inauguration remained almost unnoticed.  It was only National TV Serbia that aired his image from Vatikan.


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At the same time the Albanian Muslim president of ‘Kosovo’  Hashim Thaci was also in Vatican and stood along with the  U.S. vice President Joe Biden – and  the whole planet saw it.  At the same time the Albanian president (of Albania), Sali Berisha provided with his company  the “first EU lady” Angela Merkel.Kosovo Albanian PM Tachi didn’t even attempt to move out of Biden’s protective shadow.

Still under the Biden’s sparkling protection, Taci scored more political points through his performance in the UN Security Council when he openly and self confidently said – unlike Serbian PM Ivica Dacic, who stammered some political pleonasms –  that there is no way to get any type of Serbian autonomy within his ‘ state of Kosovo’  and that Serbia should get ready to pay reparations to ‘Kosovo’. What, in fact, happened in the Vatican? A non Christian PM of (still) unrecognized (by Vatican)  pseudo state of ‘Kosovo’  Hashim Thaci shoulder to shoulder to long term Albanian lobbyist Joseph ‘Joe’  Biden present at the Papal inauguration –  was that a thoughtful move by the Vatican or an protocol error? Is there any chance that “Vaticani Berisha and Thaci,” along with their  sponsors in Brussels, Berlin and Washington, finally bring Serbia to common senses and sober the EUro fanatic  government in Belgrade? Is there any hope for Serbia?

The protocol for the enthronement of the pope certainly did not make the service only in the Vatican but also in the arrangement and consultation with their biggest allies – in this case the United States and Germany
Thaci and Pristina with their ‘institutions’ are instruments used by the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, France and Italy. And all these countries belong to the Coalition of the Willing (formed in mid-2007. in order to obtain the illegal declaration of independence of Pristina).

Taci’s presence next to Biden  demonstrated  precisely the instrumentation of the Kosovo case and political protectionism and  patronage they have  from the United States and the Vatican.

The ‘open’  ’friendship’ between Merkel and Sali Berisha, president of Albania, came at the time when  (again!) their interest coincide:  the Western works on forming the Greater Albania”, started (as we could see it earlier in November), and therefore we are  witnessing the symbolic gestures of support to this NWO project.

Also the story of the ‘negotiations’ between the Albanian rulers in Kosovo and centrl Serbian authorities  is just a story designed to serve their immediate interests, so that the Greater Albania could be established.  And that’s where the territory of the southern Serbian province is an important puzzle. In any case: It’s clear that the message for Serbia was not horrible  but that’s not news for Serbs. The message is that  ’Kosovo’ is backed by the most powerful nation in the world. Biden and Taci were all the time together, whereas  Thaci  was stuck to him, moving through the entire ceremony.

TANASKOVIĆ Darko  was a former Serbian ambassador to the Vatican, explains:                       “It’s certain that the Vatican is under the pressure to recognize ‘Kosovo’, but I don’t think  it will happen simply because the Vatican wants to intensify cooperation in ecumenical dialogue. And no ecumenical dialogue with the Serbian and Russian Orthodox Church would be possible if the Papal state recognizes ‘Kosovo’.

Symbolically speaking, those who helped Thaci to be present with Biden  have achieved success because it was obvious that the world’s No 1 power stood by him. “

Izvor: Taчи у Ватикану уз бајдена, бериша уз Меркелову – шта се иза брда ваља?, аутор Диана Милошевић

New Pope Has Strong Jewish Connections

Pope Francis I was the archbishop of Buenos Aires when he met with Claudio Epelman, executive director of the Latin American Jewish Congress, in Buenos Aires in 2012. (Courtesy Latin American Jewish (JTA) – Jorge Mario Bergoglio, the Argentinian cardinal who was elected pope late Wednesday and will take the name Francis I, is said to have a good relationship with Argentinian Jews.

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future pope Francis I visits a synagogue in Argentina for celebration of  Hanukkah .

Bergoglio, 76, a Jesuit, was the choice of the College of Cardinals following two days of voting in Vatican City. He is the first pope to come from outside Europe in more than a millennium; reflecting the changing demographics of Catholics, he comes from Latin America.

As archbishop of Buenos Aires, Bergoglio attended Rosh Hashanah services at the Benei Tikva Slijot synagogue in September 2007.

Rabbi David Rosen, the director of interfaith affairs for the American Jewish Committee, said toldt the new pope is a “warm and sweet and modest man” known in Buenos Aires for doing his own cooking and personally answering his phone.

After the bombing of the AMIA Jewish community center in 1994, he “showed solidarity with the Jewish community,” Rosen said.

In 2005, Bergoglio was the first public personality to sign a petition for justice in the AMIA bombing case. He also was one of the signatories on a document called “85 victims, 85 signatures” as part of the bombing’s 11th anniversary commemoriating the victims. In June 2010, he visited the rebuilt AMIA building to talk with Jewish leaders.

“Those who said Benedict was the last pope who would be a pope that lived through the Shoah, or that said there would not be another pope who had a personal connection to the Jewish people, they were wrong,” Rosen said.

Soon after the chimney of the Sistine Chapel sent up a puff of white smoke signifying that the cardinals had selected a successor to Pope Benedict XVI, Francis addressed thousands of faithful from the balcony of St. Peter’s Baslica.

“Buonasera,” he told them, saying “Good evening” in Italian, and thanked his fellow cardinals for going “almost to the ends of the earth” to find him.

Benedict was the first pontiff to step down since 1415.

Israel Singer, the former head of the World Jewish Congress, said he spent time working with Bergoglio when the two were distributing aid to the poor in Buenos Aires in the early 2000s, part of a joint Jewish-Catholic program called Tzedaka.

“We went out to the barrios where Jews and Catholics were suffering togeher,” Singer said. “If everyone sat in chairs with handles, he would sit in the one without. He was always looking to be more modest. He’s going to find it hard to wear all these uniforms.”

Bergoglio also wrote the foreward of a book by Rabbi Sergio Bergman, a rabbi in Argentina, and referred to him as “one of my teachers.”

Last November, Bergoglio hosted a Kristallnacht memorial event at the Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral with Rabbi Alejandro Avruj from the NCI-Emanuel World Masorti congregation.

He also has worked with the Latin American Jewish Congress and held meetings with Jewish youth who participate in its New Generations program.

“The Latin American Jewish Congress has had a close relationship with Jorge Bergoglio for several years,” Claudio Epelman, executive director of the Latin American Jewish Congress, said.. “We know his values and strengths. We have no doubt he will do a great job leading the Catholic Church.”

In his visit to the Buenos Aires synagogue, according to the Catholic Zenit news agency, Bergoglio told the congregation that he was there to examine his heart “like a pilgrim, together with you, my elder brothers.”

“Today, here in this synagogue, we are made newly aware of the fact that we are a people on a journey and we place ourselves in God’s presence,” Zenit quoted the then-archbishop as saying. “We must look at him and let him look at us, to examine our heart in his presence and to ask ourselves if we are walking blamelessly.”

Renzo Gattegna, the president of the Union of Italian Jewish Communities, offered Italian Jewry’s congratualations to the new pope with the “most fervent wishes” that his pontificate could bring “peace and brotherhood to all humanity.”

In particular, Gattegna voiced the hope that there would be a continuation “with reciprocal satisfaction” of “the intense course of dialogue that the Jews have always hoped for and that has been also realized through the work of the popes who have led the church in the recent past.”