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Vatican elects Jorge Mario Bergoglio from Argentina as new Pope

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Argentina’s Jorge Bergoglio, elected Pope Francis I, appears on the balcony of St. Peter’s Basilica after being elected by the conclave of cardinals at the Vatican on March 13, 2013. Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio, 76, of Argentina has been elected as Pope. He is the first Pope from Latin America in the history of the Catholic Church. The new Pope was announced by French Cardinal Jean-Louis... 

Black smoke in Vatican shows Pope not elected

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Cardinals attend a “Mass for the Election of the Supreme Pontiff” in St Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican on March 12, 2013. Black smoke has billowed from the Sistine Chapel’s chimney, indicating that cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church have not chosen a new pope on their first day in the Vatican conclave. The secret vote for the selection of the next pontiff got underway on... 

Iranian women organize topless protest against hijabs in Swedish capital

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The Iranian female activists have followed the footsteps of the scandalous Ukrainian FEMEN movement, flashing their breasts in protest against the hijab headscarf, women wear in the Islamic world. The action performed by members of the Iranian Communist Party and the Organization Against Violence on Women in Iran took place in the center of the Swedish capital, Stockholm on Sunday, and was dedicated... 

Cardinals in Vatican discuss next Pope

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Pope Benedict XVI Cardinals from all around the world have gathered in the Vatican to discuss ‘what sort of Pope the Church needs now’, following the resignation of Benedict XVI. More than 100 Catholic cardinals began talks in Vatican City on Monday to help identify candidates for the papal position. French cardinal Andre Vingt-Trois told reporters, “We’re going to take as much time as we need... 

Evolutionists claim to have found the 'common ancestor of all mammals'

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The ancestor of all mammals (including humans) is said to be an animal similar to a rat. The recent media splash (originally published in The New York Times) about finding the hypothetical common ancestor of all mammals is based upon nothing more than the evolutionary argument (assumption) that DNA and biological similarities between species is evidence for common ancestry. However, what if the DNA... 

Obama administration declares war on Catholic Church

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The Obama administration has declared war on the Catholic Church and other Christian denominations in the US. The soon to be implemented “Affordable Care Act” has several provisions in it which will adversely affect religious organizations. The US government is requiring religious organizations to comply with this law, some of which violates their religious beliefs. The law requires all... 

Russian Communist Poster: Comrades, Turn In Your Weapons!

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Gun control advocates claim historical gun grabs by tyrannical regimes are a “myth”. This 1918 Communist propaganda poster from the Russian civil war serves as yet another reminder that tyrannical regimes throughout history have always sought to disarm their populations through gun control. The poster shows Russian citizens turning in their rifles, handguns and even swords as a communist soldier... 

Pope Benedict XVI: Quo Vadis?

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In what some are calling a display of divine displeasure at the pope’s decision to resign, a bolt of lightening struck the Cross atop the dome of Peter’s Basilica in Rome only hours after the Pope’s shocking announcement. The pope’s decision left Catholics confused and bewildered as to the direction in which the Church is now headed.”Quo Vadis” is a Latin phrase... 

Stalin's son joined the Nazi forces in Operation Barbarossa against the USSR

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Doting father: Josef Stalin, pictured with his daughter Svetlana Alliluyeva, disowned his son Yakov in 1928 A Soviet archive has yielded up one of the last secrets of World War Two that dictator Josef Stalin took to his grave – the fact his son Yakov gave himself up to Nazi forces during the 1941 invasion of his country. The party line in Stalin’s Russia was always that Yakov Dzhugashvili,... 

The Vatican and Illuminati

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It looks like an episode of Dan Brown’s sagas involving secret societies, conspiracies, the opus Dei and the prophecies of Malachy, who predicted the pope’s resignation and a final crisis in the already chaotic history of the Catholic Church. Are the days of Armageddon finally near, especially after the Maya deception of 2012? Last night a lightning stroke a dome in the city of the Vatican.... 

Dresden bombing, Britain's forgotten war crime of WWII

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While Britain claims to be an advocate of human rights in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, and many other countries around the world, British history itself is corroborating evidence that Britain, the greatest human rights preacher, has also been the most flagrant human rights breacher. More than 500,000 German civilians and refugees, mostly women and children, were slaughtered by Britain’s saturation... 

Shocking Alien Fears Force Pope From Office

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A stunning Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) report prepared for President Putin, which is circulating in the Kremlin today, states that Pope Benedict XVI was forced to resign this past week over Catholic Church fears that this 85-year-old leader of over 1 billion Christians was “mentally and physically unprepared” to deal with the coming revelation about the truth of alien beings. In our 22 January... 

Pope Benedict XVI to resign, first pontiff to quit since Middle Ages

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Pope Benedict XVI, the spiritual leader of Catholic Church, says he intends to resign from his position on February 28 since he is no longer able to carry out his duties. The 85-year-old Pope announced the decision during a meeting with cardinals on Monday. He claimed that the strength “has deteriorated in me to the extent that I have had to recognize my incapacity to adequately fulfill the ministry... 

Moscow wants recourse over $50,000 daily penalties over Hasid books

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Moscow is preparing a lawsuit against the US Library of Congress over rare books claimed by a US-based Hasidic group. The move comes amid ‘outrage’ over a US court ruling to fine Russia US$50,000 daily until it surrenders the texts. ­Russia’s Foreign Ministry is planning to fight the Washington court’s ruling, which reads that Russia must pay $50,000 daily until it agrees to hand over the... 

Violence Erupts in Egypt’s Coastal Cities, Government Official Fears Collapse

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Riots have been raging along Egypt’s coast line in the cities of Cairo and Port Said. Mobs of angry protesters have gathered to voice their grievances against Islamist President Muhammed Morsi and to mourn their dead. Though Egyptian President Morsi had issued a state of emergency and city wide curfews the chaos continues to escalate. The head of the Egyptian military, General Abdel-Fattah el Sissi,... 
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