Chilean Conference of Bishops Sides With Marxist Protesters
Chile's Conference of Bishops have echoed the calls of protesters for a new Chilean constitution as protesters ransack, loot, burn, and desecrate Catholic churches throughout the country.
This past month Chileans have seen their country ravaged by a small minority of revolutionaries, supported by the media, United Nations, and foreign international powers. Their aim is to destroy the legal system of the country and establish a communist tyranny similar to that of Venezuela and Cuba.
The protesters have an apparent affinity for fire, as they have burned down subway stations; supermarkets; small town markets and shops; commercial malls; government offices, such as the civil register for births, marriages, divorces and deaths; and they have set a couple of female police officers on fire...
Shining path, Sandinistas , Cuba, Russia and the Chicoms are using the usual suspects ( Francis church) to bring the revolution closer home- once the Narcos becomes radicalized they‚Äôll invade our nation- remember the Jesuits purpose is to stamp out Protestantism ( their also linked to killing Lincoln).
"According to Roberto Bosca, a historian at Austral University in Buenos Aires, Jorge Bergoglio (later Pope Francis) had "a reputation as an opponent of liberation theology during the 1970s" but he "accepted the premise of liberation theology, especially the option for the poor, but in a 'nonideological' fashion." (Wiki)
ūüĎď One 'human' ideology is as good as the next!!
What John Birchers and other half-informed commentators on Rome don't understand is, Lib Theology is official Catholic Social[ist] Teaching taken to its logical conclusion. They had it coming.
It seems very few conservatives take the trouble to educate themselves on what Rome explicitly teaches, resulting in half-baked analysis like this. Or else they're afraid to offend the Catholic demographic.
Jimmy Langman wrote: ....Privatizing health care and education has led to more choices and greater access, but it also left the poor and middle class saddled with mounting debt. Chile‚Äôs privatized pension system will leave many Chileans nearly destitute in old age, with average pensions below the paltry minimum monthly wage of 301,000 pesos (about $400). And the cost of living in Chile has gotten increasingly expensive while wages have remained low. Half of Chileans earn below just 400,000 pesos per month (equivalent to $500), and the distribution of household income in Chile shows that just the top 20 percent earn more than they spend each month on food, transport, housing, and basic services.
excerpt from, "From Model to Muddle: Chile‚Äôs Sad Slide Into Upheaval"
I see the John Birch society is hyperventilating again.
More of the story proves out what some of us said against this so called "wealth redistribution."
These people have the nerve to destroy the livelihoods of others. Note they are attacking food stores so as to disrupt daily life. This looks more like a guerilla war exported by Cuba or Venezuela. They've run out of cash and are looking at Chile as the next cash cow.
We heard from some missonaries that a nbr of Venezuelans are entering Chile as refugees from that failed regime. Perhaps some revolutionaries were part of that flow of people?