A manuscript by Tony Bushby to be soon offered to publishers brings forth explosive new revelations about the life of Pope John Paul II that the Vatican hierarchy knowingly suppressed from public knowledge. Sourced primarily from Vatican insiders, this explosive critique brings forth never-before-published documents about the ‘missing’ war years of Karol Wojtyla, the man who became Pope John Paul II in 1978. It reveals unknown facts about the future Saint, including the pseudonyms he used at various stages in his life, and why he needed to use false identities. It also raises the issue of the little-known campaign to expose his past after he became bishop of Kraków in 1958, and reveals why he was denied a Polish passport.
This book looks at the late Pope’s life from a new perspective and
publishes radical knowledge including hidden Church documents and a
series of rare photos, one showing him involved in a violent uprising in
Poland in 1946, just four months before he was ordained a priest.
Another shows him during World War II wearing the Field Grey Sales Tunic
of I. G. Farben where he was employed to sell cyanide-based poisons to
the Auschwitz gas chambers (Source; CIA). There is another photo showing
him on armed patrol when he was a member of UNIA, an underground Polish
resistance movement, and a later picture shows him wearing lady’s
clothes, complete with high-heeled shoes and a fashionable hat. This
book also reveals that the Secret of Fatima was fulfilled with the
papacy of Pope John Paul II.
Jesuits pay out $166 million to sex crimes victims
The Roman Catholic Church continues to pay out hundreds of millions of
dollars in settlements to victims of priesthood child sex abuse. The
scandal affecting the Vatican has so far cost the ‘poor’ Church of
Christ USD$2.7 billion in compensation payments since 2004, with Forbes
magazine predicting the payouts will eventually exceed USD$5 billion.
This is for an estimated 280,000 victims, and excludes numerous
confidential settlements made during the papacy of Pope John Paul II,
believed to be hundreds of millions of dollars. That figure is nearly
$400 million every year in just America alone, and similar figures are
emerging from other countries.
On Friday, 26th March, 2011, the Times reported that a Jesuit order who
ran schools in the Pacific Northwest of the USA (Oregon, Washington,
Idaho, Montana and Alaska) settled a longstanding case for $166.1
million against a group of nearly 500 priest sex abuse victims, mostly
from the disadvantaged and vulnerable group of Alaskan and American
natives. Some of the children were 6 or 7 years old, and many were
orphans. It was strongly implied by victim’s advocate groups, the Times
reported, that the remoteness of some of the parishes and schools run by
the Jesuits and the socially isolated position of the students and
families there meant that ‘problem priests’ were shipped to the area to
be out of people’s way, with little regard to the potential victims
awaiting them there. Attorney Blaine Tamaki gave a sharp statement to
reporters, pointing out that the financial payout and the number of
victims makes this a record-setting settlement hardly a memorable
milestone for the Church of Rome. Tamaki told the press, according to
CNN. ‘Instead of teaching these children how to read and write, Jesuit
priests were teaching them distrust and shame. Instead of teaching the
Native American children the love of God, these Jesuit pedophile priests
were molesting these young children’.
None of the priests are being charged with any crime related to this abuse, rape, and molestation settlement.
Rumors about Pope John Paul II now documented
Vati Leaks - Wednesday, July 27, 2011
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