The Guardian is trying to hide Pope's priestnapping past.
Why in the world would they elect such a man to office? He kidnaps his own!
[quote]Hugh O'Shaughnessy's original article, published in 2011, wrongly suggested that Argentinian journalist Horacio Verbitsky claimed that Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio connived with the Argentinian navy to hide political prisoners on an island called El Silencio during an inspection by human rights monitors in the period of military dictatorship. Although Verbitsky makes other allegations about Bergoglio's complicity in human right abuses, he does not make this claim. The original article also wrongly described El Silencio as Bergoglio's "holiday home". These references been corrected.
The media, whose job it is to uncover every nook and cranny concerning each player’s makeup, whether in the world of politics, religion, sports, etc., is left living in the world of the fans for whom they write.
The media is nothing but a bunch of fan-girls.
What? No surprise that this Pope connived with the Juntas?
They're a satanist pedophile crime family. Ignore their rituals.
They're certainly not the only ones, R3. It's the entire elite population. The top one-tenth of one percent who are Satanist pedophiles. Not all, but most.
Having said that, your average priest has no clue and truly believes in what he's doing. They have not idea the Vatican is infested with vipers.
That dirty evil fascist Francis Cardinal George, a mobster hit man type personality, chortled and chuckled and when a reporter asked him if Cardinal Bergoglio had "kept silent" in Dirty War days, he said, "quite the opposite. Even with the present government." Of course his hate of the present government is that they are liberal and dedicated to exposing the crimes of the past, and he hasn't "kept silent" but his testimony has been sealed by the authorities. Not to mention, he is accused of far worse than keeping silent. I find it probable seeing what an uncontrolled violent pig Francis Cardinal George is, that has had people killed in his life. It's just a question of doing a real investigation of this dirtbag. And Bergoglio.
OP, you dolt. What is it about "correction" that you don't understand. What do you know about the case in the first place?
Bergoglio may or may not have secrets concerning his relationship with the military and some of the actions they took - against Jesuits and others. But it's rather the depths of irresponsible ignorance to assume that a newspaper tidying up its incorrect story somehow is doing the opposite.