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Karol Wojtyla: God's 'Petit Incompétent'

JP II is a pope basher's dream. His heretical actions are so blatant and widely publicized that just the photos alone of the mind-boggling things that he's done would fill a book.

Among the various false religious leaders at Assisi, there were rabbis, Islamic muftis, Buddhist monks, Shintoists, assorted Protestant ministers, Animists, Jainists and others.
Among the various false religious leaders at Assisi, there were rabbis, Islamic muftis, Buddhist monks, Shintoists, assorted Protestant ministers, Animists, Jainists and others.
Observers at a second-anniversary celebration of JP II's death swear he appeared in the campfire.
Observers at a second-anniversary celebration of JP II's death swear he appeared in the campfire.

Even more brain-numbing is the fact that the Novus Ordo sheeple, having had every ounce of discernment bled out of them over the past 50 years, continue to choose ecumenism (man) over God.

But, hold on a minute.

Were the heresies that JPII perpetrated continuously, part of a vicious agenda like his predecessors and successors, or was he just not very good at his job?

Malachi Martin (1) was an ex-Jesuit, turned writer, who left the Order after becoming "disenchanted" with Vatican II and the Jesuits' liberal, socialist agenda. Though he retained his status as a religious, he began writing, disclosing many things that his Jesuit colleagues did not necessarily wish to be exposed.

Martin was a staunch supporter of John Paul and though honest about the pope's shortcomings, always tried to paint his friend in the best light possible. In many of his books, (2) Martin describes Wojtyla as pure of heart, a misguided victim, hated by those who surrounded him.

YouTube carries dozens of Malachi Martin interviews with Art Bell of Coast to Coast radio. His forthrightness on topics such as the papacy, satanic rituals in the Vatican, the third secret of Fatima and anything else that may come up are priceless.

Of course, there are also the "shills" (3) out there (most likely paid by, or are in fact members of the Vatican) who demonize him whenever possible. That, in and of itself, is a sign that his message is a threat to those who live in darkness.

Martin died (4) in 1999 under questionable circumstances.

Martin knew John Paul II well and was probably the best witness as to who the man really was. In the course of an interview with Art Bell (5) May 4, 1998, they discussed a murder that had recently happened in the Vatican. Bell questioned Martin as to the pope's likely response:

And yet he has done things which we have criticized and will criticize in all trust and belief that he is our pope, but has made mistakes. Now the point in general about these killings, these—the murder and suicide in the Vatican—is that, my point was that it's in his watch that this has taken place, and he knows it. He's a responsible man and he knows that this has taken place during his watch and that therefore somehow or other he is responsible.

John Paul II's continual ecclesiastical faux pas provided fodder for Traditional Catholics both in books and across the Internet for years. Though most have "moved on" to Ratzinger and Bergoglio, JP II's antics still serve as a potent example of Vatican II's watering down of the Catholic Faith.

Martin openly discussed the pope's lack of judgment, describing him almost as a naïve nincompoop, of sorts. Regarding Wojtyla's infamous jaunt to a voodoo tribe in Haiti, Martin said:

He had a papal trip to Haiti and during that trip he met, officially, with the head of the—I think it's 15,000 voodoo priests that live in Haiti—and sat down with him. We have a photograph of that. I have it here right in my file, and one of the things he said was—with typical John Paul II ecumenism—"Look, we are interested in your doctrine and we think you should be interested in our Catholic doctrine."

Bell, though not a Catholic himself, was speechless.

Martin brought up JP II's visit to India, when he permitted a woman to put the sign of Kali (6) on his forehead. "And he sat in a chair chosen by the Indian bishops which had the phallic shape."

These actions, Martin claimed, were Wojtyla's attempt to create great fellowship and feeling. As an example, he recalled the pope's attempts to bond with/grovel to the Jews.

John Paul II went—for the first time as a pope, he went to the synagogue in Rome. The head of the synagogue is a very respectable rabbi called Elio Toaff, (7) very well known to all of us. And they sat on a stage—or a bima, they call it in Hebrew—on two chairs, sort of catty-corner, facing themselves and facing the audience. And in his speech, which was a very good speech by the way—good address—John Paul II said—his only reference was, "Oh, by the way, you know our founder was of your race!"

Martin commented that that was the only testimony that JPII gave to Christ the entire evening. In addition, he consented to the removal of the only crucifix in the hall, to avoid insulting his Jewish friends.

According to Martin, John Paul was betrayed and hated by the very people who surrounded him. He spoke of a man who visited the pope regularly—a non-Catholic from New York. The man told Martin that, "in surrounding John Paul II's court, the hate is palpable." Martin referred to the pope as a "pathetic figure," laughed at by the patriarch of Moscow and let down by his cardinals and his bishops. "He's an outcast," Martin said.

Many witnesses have testified to the presence of satanic rituals in the Vatican. In his book "The Keys to This Blood," Martin, himself, confirms this.

Most frighteningly for John Paul, he had come up against the irremovable presence of a malign strength in his own Vatican and in certain bishops' chanceries. It was what knowledgeable Churchmen called the "superforce."
Rumors, always difficult to verify, tied its installation to the beginning of Pope Paul VI's reign in 1963.

Indeed, Paul had alluded somberly to "the smoke of Satan which has entered the Sanctuary"—an oblique reference to an enthronement ceremony by Satanists in the Vatican. Besides, the incidence of Satanic pedophiliarites and practices was already documented among certain bishops and priests as widely dispersed as Turin, in Italy, and South Carolina, in the United States. (8)

In his interview with Bell, he suggested that Wojtyla had "drawn on himself a demonic attention which he could have avoided."

Wojtyla may not have been as innocent as Martin perceived, however. The International Tribunal against Crimes of Church and State (9) (ITCCS) recently brought charges against Jorge Bergoglio, Joseph Ratzinger, the Church of England, and others for child trafficking, murder and ritual sacrifice.

One of the witnesses, Toos Nijenhuis, testified (10) to her forced participation as a child in these rituals. In her testimony, she states that Karol Wojtyla was present at the ceremonies.

Martin shared with Bell what he perceived to be John Paul II's dream:

Art, his dream—and it is the only dream John Paul II has had. He never dreamt of controlling his bishops. He never dreamt of improving the condition of the religious orders. He never even dreamt of spreading Catholicism as a belief.

His dream has always been to create a dynamic at the center of which would be Roman Catholics. Grouped around them would be the other Christian religions or sects or churches—Greeks and Russians and western Protestantism. And grouped around them would be the Jewish people, and grouped around them would be the Muslims. His dream was to make out of that a dynamic the world would have to respect. And it's his dream.

Bell asked Martin if it was his dream.


"What will happen," Bell asked, "if he lives long enough and tries this?"

"What will happen will be that the institutional organization of the Church as distinct from the people who live the life of the church—the supernatural life of the Church—that organization will cease to be the house of Christ," Martin said.


(2) "The Jesuits: The Society of Jesus and the betrayal of the Roman Catholic Church," "The Keys of This Blood"
(5) Part 4:
(8) Martin, Malachi, "The Keys of this Blood," New York: Simon & Schuster, 1990, p632.