Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE



 Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE

Holy Shroud of Turin

  Powerful prayer to St. Michael the Archangel - video ~ link
AVE MARIA - by Helene Fischer - video ~ link
ORTHODOX CHERUBIM HYMN - video  ~ link  
AVE MARIA by Perry Como - video ~ link 


Pray for Peace

On the Road to the Third World War

Armageddon also means that the Second Coming of Christ is near

Special Report
Vatican Scandal 
This Tuesday afternoon I was on the Nutrimedical Report Show ~ link (November 3 Hour 3 last 45 minutes) ~ with Dr. Bill Deagle and Leo Zagami of Italy.  Leo outlined the latest scandal inside the Vatican.  A scandal that the controlled Globalist/Zionist mainstream news media in America has been ignoring, but which may well turn out to be the greatest single scandal in modern Vatican history!  
A scandal that may, perhaps by design, result in an outright schism in the Church.  A scandal that appears to involve persons and groups close to Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI (such as Opus Dei) opposing persons and groups close to Pope Francis (such as the Jesuits)!  
A scandal that may well go back to the blackmail efforts that were behind the abdication of Pope Benedict two years ago!  A scandal that has seen two Vatican insiders, formally very close to Pope Francis, arrested this week with the current Pope's consent and desire for Vatican prison sentences of EIGHT YEARS for leaking details of Vatican corruption to two journalists with explosive books coming out in the next few days.
Spanish monsignor Lucio Angel Vallejo Balda, 54, Secretary of the Prefecture for the Economic Affairs of the Holy See and Italian PR woman Francesca Immacolata Chaouqui, 33 - See more at:
Spanish Monsignor Lucio Angel Vallejo Balda, (a ordained Catholic priest with the rank of Monsignor), aged 54, whose important position is 'Secretary of the Prefecture for the Economic Affairs of the Holy See' and an Italian woman and public relations expert Francesco Immacolata Chaouqui, aged 33, were both arrested this Monday.  Mrs. Chaouqui, who is pregnant, was released Tuesday after cooperating with Vatican police investigators.  Monsignor Balda remains in the small Vatican City jail.  Both are facing eight years in prison for disclosing confidential information to journalists! 
Pope Francis chose Mrs. Chaouqui to be on the Pontifical Commission on the Vatican Bank (the IOR) which was chaired by Raffaela Cardinal Farina and established in 2013 by the then newly elected Pope Francis.  She was a protege of Italian Senator (and former Prime Minister) Giulio Andreotti (who died in 2013). Some have claimed that Andreotti, besides having been seven times the Prime Minister of Italy, was a illegitimate son of a past Pope. 
[Assorted links on Giulio Andreotti: ~ link ~ link ~ link ~ link ~ link ~ link ~ link ]   

While the US mainstream news media has ignored the developing scandal, Alternative news media, European MSM and especially Italian media are covering it.  Some examples:

Vatican arrests cleric, laywoman suspected of leaking secret documents ~ link ~ It was one of the biggest internal scandals to hit Francis' papacy so far and was reminiscent of the "Vatileaks" furor that preceded the resignation of former Pope Benedict in 2013.Spanish Monsignor Lucio Angel Vallejo Balda, number two at the Vatican's Prefecture for Economic Affairs, and Italian laywoman Francesca Chaouqui, a public relations expert, were arrested over the weekend, a Vatican statement said.Vallejo Balda, 54, was believed to be the highest-ranking member of the Vatican's central bureaucracy, known as the Curia, ever to have been arrested.
Chaouqui, 33, whose sexy photo of herself on her Facebook page raised Vatican eyebrows when she was appointed to the commission in 2013, was released on Monday after she agreed to cooperate with the investigation, it said.

Vatican Arrests Portend New Banking Scandal ~ link 

Two ‘moles’ arrested as fresh scandal hits Vatican ~ link

Vallejo Balda, who is currently languishing in a Vatican jail, belongs to a priestly society linked to conservative Catholic movement Opus Dei, which expressed “surprise and pain” at his arrest.
A furious Vatican also denounced the expected publication this week of two new books believed to be based on leaks from hackers releasing information regarding the famously murky world of its finances.
Italian journalist Emiliano Fittipaldi, who is releasing “Avarice: Documents Revealing Wealth, Scandals and Secrets of Francis’ Church”, writes for L’Espresso newsweekly, an avid publisher of leaks in recent years.
“Merchants in the Temple”, by Italian journalist Gianluigi Nuzzi, follows his 2012 book which was based on information gathered from Benedict’s butler in a scandal some believe was the reason behind the pontiff’s historic resignation. 

Facing bombshell books, the Vatican retaliates first ~ link

Vatican Is A "Black Hole" Of Mismanagement And Greed Claims New Book ~ link  

Vatican leaks scandal grows: Book exposes resistance, waste ~ link ~ 

Citing confidential documents, it exposed millions of euros in potential lost rental revenue, the scandal of the Vatican’s saint-making machine, greedy monsignors and a professional-style break-in at the Vatican.
With the scandal still fresh, Francis was elected in 2013 on a mandate from his fellow cardinals to reform the Vatican bureaucracy and clean up its opaque finances. He set out promptly by creating a commission of eight experts to gather information from all Vatican offices on the Holy See’s overall financial situation, which by that time was dire. Monsignor Lucio Angel Vallejo Balda, a high-ranking Vatican official affiliated with the Opus Dei movement, and Francesca Chaouqui, an Italian public relations executive, were both members — and now are accused in the leaks probe.

The risks of letting Putin posture as Charlemagne in Syria PLUS: The Vatican braces for new blockbusters on money scandals ~ link ~

First up is “Avarice: The Papers that Reveal Wealth, Scandals and Secrets in the Church of Francis” by Italian journalist Emiliano Fittipaldi, which comes out Nov. 5. Fittipaldi writes for the newsmagazine L’Espresso.
Hard on his heels comes Gianluigi Nuzzi, the Italian journalist at the heart of the Vatileaks affair under Benedict XVI three years ago, who releases his new volume, “Via Crucis.” Once again promising a rich harvest of leaked Vatican documents and recordings, the book will appear simultaneously in English, published by Henry Holt, under the title “Merchants in the Temple: Inside Pope Francis’ Battle Against Corruption in the Vatican.” 
For Nuzzi, here’s how his publicity materials describe the landscape he presents: “A negative situation never before seen on such a scale, revealed here, finally makes it understandable why Benedict XVI resigned,” the materials claim.

Vatican scandal heats up with revelations of greed, intrigue ~ link

Vatican suspects key investment office was used for money laundering ~ link 

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