Saturday, September 29, 2018

A CIA lucky break? How the death of the 'Smiling Pope' helped Washington win the Cold War

The sudden death of Pope John Paul I, exactly 40 years ago today, stunned the world. The 'Smiling Pope' had only served for 33 days. His demise and replacement by John Paul II marked an important turning point in the old Cold War. 
 
The year 1978, as I argued in a previous op-ed, was the year today's world was made.
There was nothing inevitable about the ascendancy of Reagan and Thatcher, the rise of groups like Al-Qaeda and IS, and the downfall of the Soviet Union. The neoliberal, neoconservative world order and its associated violence came about because of key events and decisions which took place 40 years ago. The Vatican was at the heart of these events.



The drama which unfolded there in the summer of 1978 would have been rejected as being too far-fetched if sent in as a film script. In a space of two and a half months, we had three different Popes. There was no great surprise when, on August 6, the first of them, Pope Paul VI, died after suffering a massive heart attack. The Supreme Pontiff, who had served since 1963, was 80 and had been in declining health. But the death of his much younger successor, John Paul I, a radical reformer who wanted to build a genuine People's Church, has fuelled conspiracy theories to this day.

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Declan Flaherty
 
Pope Francis is both pro war on cannabis as he proved by his speech while on a visit to the US and Obama and willing to speak out in support of false flag attacks in Syria. To me this article saying that the church is not as powerful now as in 1978 is flimsy at best. Others believe that the pope rules the US.
 
 
Hans S

The Vatican is the disguised LUCIFERIAN Roman Empire and it rules the ENTIRE world! The JESUITS are its ASSASSINS! And concerning the CIA: The CIA revealed as the Gestapo of the Vatican’s Fourth Reich https://ezekiel38rapture.blogspot.com/2017/08/the-cia-revealed-as-gestapo-of-vaticans.html

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