Vatican Ship Sinks

July 25, 2000

The Great St. Patrick would not have lasted 1 day in the Roman corporation. When people tried to give him gold he refused to take it....Here is a small excerpt from his Confession which tells us of his attitude toward gold or filthy lucre:

For even though I am ignorant in all things, nevertheless I attempted to safeguard some and myself also. And I gave back again to my Christian brethren and the virgins of Christ and the holy women the small unasked for gifts that they used to give me or some of their ornaments which they used to throw on the altar. And they would be offended with me because I did this. But in the hope of eternity, I safeguarded myself carefully in all things, so that they might not cheat me of my office of service on any pretext of dishonesty, and so that I should not in the smallest way provide any occasion for defamation or disparagement on the part of unbelievers.

To put in modern vernacular: "St. Patrick never passed the plate." 

On the other hand the Vatican has gleaned the riches of South America. Like the Biblical plague of locusts in Egypt . . . they left nothing in their wake.

Millions of dollars in gold and silver were stolen from the Mexicans and sent to the Vatican via Spain. This money was used by the Jesuits to finance mercenaries to fight the Reformation.

If the U.S. had not annexed California, all the gold in that State would have ended up in the Vatican's coffers.

This is main reason why the Popes want their own State. With their own State, they don't have to worry about Customs and sharing any of the loot with the poor or the lawful Italian Government. 

July 19, 2000

Vatican treasure found . . . Special Report from NBC News.

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