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Church wealth is bloody money – everyone who gives money to the church builds on this basis

The Catholic Church owns unimaginably large assets that have been acquired in many cases, as is clear from historical records, in an unlawful and dishonest manner. It is known from various sources that the church was engaged in trafficking in human beings and had slaves, the oppressed also had to pay to the church, the church was selling titles, functions, blessed letters…Vatican City – the largest religious economic concernIn 1952, the Vatican had a wealth of gold worth 3.5 billion euros, because it was then the second largest wealth in gold in the world, just behind the United States. What is his fortune in gold today? The Vatican has many of its financial reserves on Wall Street. As early as 1958, the entire value of the various church securities or other financial instruments amounted to approximately DM 50 billion. The church is also heavily involved in many real estate, plastics, electronics, steel, cement, textiles, chemistry, food and construction businesses. The Vatican owns a number of influential banks and is involved in a large number of gigantic industrial firms in Europe, North and South America, some of which even almost all belong to the Vatican.Vatican City and real estateThe church is the largest landowner in the West. In Germany there are billions of m2 of land, in Italy over 500,000 ha of arable land, in Spain, Portugal, Argentina about 20% of all fields, and in the USA over 1,100,000 ha of arable land, meadows and forests are not included. The Vatican is also the largest owner of various buildings, and because of its huge holdings, it is no longer possible to talk about real estate alone, but already about cities or neighborhoods. Max Parisi did a research on the property relations in Rome for the La Padania newspaper and in his article dated June 21, 1998, concluded that almost 1/3 of all Rome houses are owned by the Vatican. Not all of these properties are listed in the cadastre at all, as they are considered “overseas territory”. What does Jesus have to do with … the most expensive terraced apartments in Rome, the journalist Parisi wonders.How did the church get to that wealth?Bloody money from slavery
Trafficking in human beings and slavery increased the assets of the church of which it still lives. From the beginning, the church supported slavery and sharpened it in many respects. Pope Nikolai V. declared the slave trade legitimate in the “Divino amore communiti” bull (On divine love of the community) on June 18, 1452. Pope Gregory I. had hundreds of slaves on his estates and made laws prohibiting slaves marry free Christians. Slaves were treated as cattle. The church regarded the slave as “church property” and was considered inalienable. The church forbade slaves to make wills. At the death of the slave, his savings belonged to the church. The illegitimate children of the clerics were lifelong church slaves. The “Saint” Martin of Tours had 20,000 slaves. The monasteries also had slaves, both for working in monasteries and for serving monks. Thousands of captured Slavs and Saracens were distributed as slaves by monasteries. The first English slave ship was called “Jesus.” Jesus spoke of the love of our neighbor. This cannot be combined with the beginning of the church.Super rich over the pressure
Even the oppressed were increasing the wealth of the church, of which it still lives today. Ever since the 4th century, a different type of slavery had been formed under the domain of the church: the oppressed. The oppressors were de facto equated with slaves. They were not to leave their land and were handed over to large landowners, e.g. what a monastery. They were blackmailed and harassed with scam interest. The misery of the oppressors was immeasurable. Many parents have been forced to sell their children into slavery or prostitution. The church stood on the side of the exploiters and preached humility and obedience. The church was Europe’s largest ambassador. Fulda Monastery is e.g. had 15,000 rural estates, St. Gallen had two thousand oppressors.Super rich through blessings, titles, and forgiveness
Also selling blessed letters, titles, etc. it increased the wealth of the church. The blessing of a deed with the Pope’s personal signature required payment in 1990 of DM 5,000, DM 50,000 had to be paid for the honorary doctorate title and DM 2.5 million for the elevation to the princely residence. Also, the procedures for declaring persons saints are subject to payment. This is part of the church’s assets today. Pope Sixtus IV. decided in 1467 that the work of church dismissals also applies to poor souls in jokes. Consequently, the monasteries used to spend money on prayers so that the dead would have to spend less time crying in jokes. Offers are still being offered today, in the 21st century. “Jubilee Year 2000” was offered redundancies when entering through different doors. According to some research, about 1 billion guilders are estimated to have flown to Rome in 600 years of existence through the trade in redundancies. Particularly disgusting is the trade in forgiveness when it is not just a matter of financial enrichment for the church, but it also leads people to kill and kill in order to reach heaven faster… Pope Innocent III. has promised a two-year layoff to every participant in the crusade in Albizane. So an army of 200,000 men gathered to invade the town of Beziers. Regardless of age, gender and religion, nearly 20,000 people were killed. Even women and children who have taken refuge in church have not been spared. Finally, they burned the town. In order to get enough soldiers for the crusades, the church was attracted by rigorous layoffs. Thousands upon thousands were killed for one space in heaven. One may ask, what the hell would a “god” like to have around him with such a bloody “ticket”?Bloody gold from robbery murders
Countless people have been killed in conquering America – mainly because of gold. This gold is still part of the Catholic Church, much of this gold is still attached to many church ceilings and church altars today, and it is possible to make many monstrances, many “most holy” golds. Even the bloody gold has made the church what it is today: immensely rich. And to date gold has not been returned! With the first gold as a prey from South America, he gave Pope Alexander VI. at Santa Maria Maggiore in Rome to decorate and furnish a ceiling with the symbol of your family. A typical example is the nearly three-meter-tall monstrance that Cardinal Cisner made of gold “Columbus found on his travels” and donated to the Cathedral of Toledo. To squeeze out the last gold from the Indians, they were terribly tortured. “Who does not shy away from admiring the 20 g of gold in the leaves of the gilded altar of the Cathedral of Seville, thinking of the spilled blood of the Indians in the mines.” arms and legs or tear out the tongue. According to chronicler Bartholomew of Las Casas, millions of Indians have been cruelly slaughtered because of gold. Yucatan’s governor has mistaken hundreds of the young women he abducted for wine, oil or a piece of bacon. “The pope controlled… the issuance of hunting licenses, which they issued to Europeans for robbery and looting.” The Catholics cut and cut their noses and hands to the Indians, thus feeding the dogs. It was “the greatest genocide of all time.”Bloody money from the Inquisition and the burning of witches
One of the Vatican’s most embarrassing ways to raise money was the robbery of the moribunds. The Inquisition was killing and lynching in the name of “true” religion. The ecclesiastical princes kept picking up bloody money – so exces- sive that there was a wing to enrich the witches with the quickest and easiest enrichment. The basis for the torture and killing of thousands and thousands of women in Europe was a “magic hammer” approved in 1487 by the pope. The true face of the Inquisition is shown by the orders of Pope Innocent III. He ordered “to confiscate, expropriate the property of the heretics and separate their children.” Victims were most cruelly tortured in order to get the bloody money faster and to get it on the basis of “burdensome confessions”. The other believers were deprived of the right to call themselves Christians, to do the wills, or to inherit, and the death penalty awaited all “apostates”. As soon as the suspected heresy was summoned and imprisoned, they seized his property before the trial even took place. This clearly shows the true reasons for the Inquisition. When the Inquisition authorities charged someone and took him away, officers immediately came to the house and took stock of his property. No matter how later the process would end, his family was put in front of the door and she had to die of starvation evetually. It was very dangerous to help the exposed, because by doing so, one could come to the Inquisition Mills by himself. Of course, they mostly killed rich heretics. Again, this shows the obvious main motive of the Inquisition. It was especially perverse that even the dead could have been subsequently accused of heresy. Thus, the property of the deceased could later be seized from the heirs. Not to be forgotten: The robbery of bloodshed robberies is still part of the church’s assets – owing to interest and interest on the interest of billions that have grown.Superpowers from falsifying documents, hunting for inheritance and tithes
In order to increase the church’s land tenure, monks and other church people forged documents. If the bishop or abbot wanted to increase his land tenure, he often made a forge, which they then “found” in the archives, thus “proving” that this or that prince of earlier times had left the monastery in question. Some monks learned counterfeiting and traveled the country from monastery to monastery to pursue their profession. Much of the medieval charter is forged. How much of this land is bought and paid for with fair work? And how much is stolen, cheated and robbed? Heritage was a major factor in the spread of church land from antiquity, and especially in the Middle Ages. In order not to suspect him of heresy, at the death of each landlord or tenant, he left one part of the church. Every holy notary who drew up the will without obeying the Pope’s rule was punished with outrage. The Salvian Church Father preached blatantly in the 5th Century: “He who forsakes his property for his children instead of the church, acts against God’s will and against his own good. While on earth he cares for his children, he cheats himself for heaven. ”Tithes also played an important role in church income. In the Middle Ages, all landowners had to take a tenth of all produce or income to the local church. Farmers from Stedinger denied the tithe and were massacred and robbed by the allies with their knights allies, and in 1229 the farmers, who refused to pay the tithe to the Archbishop of Bremen, launched a terrible inquisition process.Super-rich through simony and murder
The sale of functions (simony) brought a lot of money and possessions to the Pope. Jesus did not know the functions, so He did not introduce them. Pope Innocent III. established 52 secretariats immediately after his election and sold them for 79,000 gold guilders. Pope Leo X. founded 39 new cardinal services and received 511,000 ducats. Even the papal function could be bought and went to the one who offered the most. When Pope Innocent VIII died in 1492, the Cardinal of Rover was considered a great favorite. He had more than 1,000,000, – the gold ducats of the Republic of Genoa, and a further 200,000, – the King of France, and with that he put particular emphasis on his claim. His competitor, Rodrigo Borgia, was the Under Secretary of the Holy See under the four popes. “The bribes he offered took their breath away. He donated rich abbeys, luxury villas and entire cities to secure a cardinal voice. ”Rodrigo lacked one voice until victory. The decisive vote belonged to a Venetian monk who wanted 5,000 crowns and one night with Rodrigo’s daughter, the charming 12-year-old Lucretia. The deal was confirmed, and with the votes of twenty-two cardinals in his pocket, Rodrigo Borgia was elected Pope Alexander VI. ”Even the Pope did not stop before the murders, given their financial or political advantages. Historian Thomas Tomasi wrote about it: “It would not be possible to count all the murders, rapes and cases of bloodshed that occurred daily in the papal court. It is not long enough for a person’s life to remember the names of all those killed, poisoned or victims of a living body thrown into Tibero. “Super rich from side income and prostitution
The popes have repeatedly found ways to increase their own and church assets. Pope Alexander VI. he simply released the killers to freedom – for granted against a small fee. The same pope allowed a nobleman to bloodlust with his sister – for a fee of 24,000 gold coins. Mendoza, Cardinal of Valencia, bought permission from the Pope to name his pet boy as his birth son. Nigel Cawthorne writes in his chronicle of the Vatican’s scandals about Pope Boniface IX: “He was a murderer who filled empty papal coffers with the sale of functions (simony). In addition, he engaged in the trade in remission and raised fees for proclaiming saints or issuing certificates of authenticity for newly discovered relics, such as Christ’s foreskin. They were popes and bishops who had enriched themselves with prostitution and had their own brothels. To finance the war against the Turks, Pope Sixtus IV. built an elegant brothel for both sexes in Rome. During the time of Pope Clement VI. the prostitutes were so numerous that Pope Klemen taxed them.

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