Thursday, December 12, 2013

Pope Francis' 'Modernist' Hasidism

Shortly after the election of Pope Francis we deconstructed his favorite painting, The White Crucifixion by 'Marc Chagall' (born Chabad Lubavitcher, Moyshe Shagal) HERE. The image now adorns the cover of his new book.

The "Jesus" that Pope Francis is Vicar of; a concoction of Hasidic Judaism.

Those who call Pope Francis a 'modernist' are missing the picture entirely. He's as modernist as Marc Chagall who was born and raised at ground zero of Lubavitcher Chasidism, who "left" but nevertheless asked the Lubavitcher Rebbe for advice, and married a Lubavitcher. He's as 'modernist' as the suit-and-tie wearing descendant of rabbis, Benjamin Netanyahu, who also sought the Lubavitcher Rebbe's approval and advice. And what advice did the Lubavitcher Rebbe give to so many of these outwardly modern figures that sought him out like a godfather? it'hapkha; 'Go out into the evil, modern, goyishe world looking modern on the outside but BEING Chabad on the inside, and don't let a moment pass without doing something to speed the coming of the [so-called] Mosiach.'

If you want to understand Pope Francis' 'Modernist,' this-world Churchianity and it's myriad of contradictions you have no chance to understand it but to look to its source, Hasidic Judaism.

Also see:

Catholic Tradition-Wrecking Pope Works to Preserve Backwards Rabbinic Kosher Slaughter Tradition

Pope Francis: Judaism is not engaged in idolatry; serves the true God

'Noahide Law' Proselytizing Chabad Rabbi Shlomo Riskin Congratulates Pope Francis

Pope Francis and the "Chosen People's" Purimspiel

The 'Holocaust' Relics in the Sanctuary of Bergoglio's Cathedral


Therapsid said...

It's difficult to come up with any innocent explanation for the cover of Pope Francis' book.

We've been told that Chagall is his favorite painter.

But why, pray tell?

He wasn't exactly an accomplished painter according to traditional criteria. Far from it. On Wikipedia you'll see a portrait of Chagall by the Jewish artist Yehuda Pen that is superior to his own work.

To be frank, "White Crucifixion" is a very crude and childlike painting. Why is it the pope's favorite painting? What does it show about Christ that isn't revealed in Gothic reliefs, renaissance sculptures, and baroque paintings?

Maurice Pinay said...

Dear Therapsid, thank you for your thoughts.

My take is that, aside from Pope Francis' love of Judaism and its adherents, which is plainly manifest, which does adequately explain the image in my mind, he's a revolutionary of a crude, bolshevik type. These people tend to hate art (and most everything) that came before them. They want to replace it with something, but revolutionaries are at the disadvantage of not having centuries of development and refinement to draw from. They have to throw something together quickly because revolution is always fluid by nature.

This phenomenon is readily observed at many venerable old institutions where the patrons have changed over from old money Europeans to new money Judaic East Europeans. In hurriedly making their mark they impose crude sculptures, paintings and architecture of jarring contrast to the former asthetic. Then, there are fellow tribe members and helpers elsewhere in the establishment (i.e. The New York Times) positioned to authoritatively tell us how 'talented' these artists are and how 'great' their work is.

Maurice Pinay said...

"White Crucifixion" is a bolshevik representation of Jesus. It has nothing to do with the real Jesus or Gospel. It depicts a "Jesus" who was crucified solely 'because he was a Jew,' just as 'Jews' are always persecuted, 'for no other reason than that 'they are Jews,' in other words, "Esau hates Jacob," the fundamental tenet of the protection racket of rabbinic Judaism.

Chagall may have physically left the ghetto, but he was still preaching the message of the ghetto in his art.

I believe this is why Pope Francis promotes this image, because it empowers the rabbinic racket by instilling fear in 'Jews' and shame in non-'Jews.'

annely said...

I lie everyday telling people in the middle-east that the Pope and Catholics are not Zio-Christians whom they loathe. I guess I should stop.

annely said...

Maurice Pinay, Has my interpretation of this Ugly painting by a hater of Jesus, no credence? Though the Pope is a lover of Jews he is not intentionally a hater of Jesus. Does he just not get it or do I just not get it? Do you think this Jew was this gracious or rather this arrogant? Indeed arrogant to compare themselves with Jesus...
But still I say it is a hatred of Jesus and Christians and the everlasting reminder of the everlasting Blame we Must bear for the most Sacred event in their history thus the history of the world. They are everlastingly glad that they killed Jesus but that is nothing compared to our killing Six- Million Jews. He blasphemed Christ and His Holy Mother as Jews do. Did he think that people then thought the Romans alone killed Christ? Why would he think that?

Maurice Pinay said...

Dear Annely, the only 'logic' to it, in my opinion, is that their belief is that history itself is theirs to be shaped in whatever way serves them at any given time and place. This is a natural subset of the megalomaniacal belief that the universe and its Creator exists only for them.

annely said...

Maurice Pinay, Thanks for responding. I'm still wrestling with this particular outrage and I'm caught up still in Netanyahu's
arrogance on so many fronts but most particularly his photo-op. Because it is their continuing master plan against Christ and the Church and it is political with the "message" that the Pope endorses the State of Israel. None of the VII Popes have gone that far and who can believe this Pope does. I can't. The White Crucifixion, did someone suggest it or adamantly suggest it? Or did he really choose it on his own? Either way it's another bad sign, omen? It's a bad deal. And I fully agree with the logic in your opinion.

Anonymous said...

What a rancid taste in art this "pope" has.
The art in the Sistine Chapel is like fine vintage Dom Perignon champagne and this stuff is Mad Dog 20/20 cheap fortified wine

Anonymous said...

Comparing Christianity to Judaism is like comparing fine wine to radioactive sewer slop. That is my triumphalism speaking here. But who am I to judge if sewer slop stinks? Perhaps my goy nostrils have not yet evolved to the pont where I am able to sufficiently venerste the urinals into which the elder bretheren relinquish their treasures.