By Br. Alexis Bugnolo | 23 June 2020
FROM ROME — The news can be presented in three ways. Simply retell the facts, without commentary or analysis. Or, distort the facts to craft a narrative to control the masses. Finally, comment and analyze the facts to find out what is really going on.
My recent reports about Pope Benedict XV’s trip to Bavaria employed the first and third kinds of journalism, as the sources made available. But my reporting was attacked in part by those close to a Priestly Society which has recently been subject to a series of reports on Pedophilia by Church Militant (see here, here, and here).
As someone trained in Anthropology, I am not surprised. The pedo network is far more vast than we realize and they are experts and instrumentalizing everything for their agenda, even good and faithful Catholics who do not yet realize they are being controlled by their agents.
For this reason, we will never understand history and the news if we do not properly and accurately characterize events, however so much that characterization is objectionable to the elites which rule this world. […]