CASE 32-2017: NATIONAL ECCLESIASTICAL TRIBUNAL, INTERDIOCESAN TRIBUNAL OF BUENOS AIRES & PRIEST JULIO CESAR GRASSI
Act on Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano
On September 2, 2018, an Act of International Repudiation to Pope Francis I is made, due to the testimony of August 22, 2018 of Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, former Apostolic Nuncio, who after analyzing the crisis of sexual abuse of Bishops in the US, Chile and Australia, asked for the resignation of Pope Francis I as head of the Vatican for having covered up and kept complicit silence since June 2013 in the face of the sexual abuses of Cardinal McCarrick, ignoring the for-life sanctions previously carried out by Pope Benedict XVI. Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, former ambassador of the Vatican in the USA, confirmed that on June 23, 2013 he himself informed Pope Francis I and the high ecclesiastical hierarchies about the sexual abuses of Cardinal Theodore McCarrick that corrupted generations of seminarians and priests, and they were immoral and abominable behaviors worthy of exemplary sanctions, although the maximum Catholic leader decided to cover up the accusations and never responded to the complaints, only taking tenuous actions to safeguard his media image when the complaints of pedophilia went public in the media. Both the Vatican and Pope Francis I refused to comment on the denunciation made by Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, who not only requested the resignation of Pope Francis I, but also accused the highest ecclesiastical hierarchy, among whom are included Cardinals Angelo Sodano, Tarcisio Bertone, Pietro Parolin, William Levada, Marc Ouellet, Lorenzo Baldisseri, Leonardo Sandri, Fernando Feloni, Angelo Becciu, Giovanni Lajolo, Dominique Mamberti, Donald Wuerl, Kevin Farrell, Sean O’Malley and Rodriguez Maradiaga, the archbishops Ilson de Jesus Montanari and John Myers, and also the bishop Paul Bootkoski, for having sectarian and mafia attitudes, cover up and corruption.
Therefore, despite the fact that Pope Francis I himself has described the sexual abuses of priests as disgusting crimes and as a failure of the Church, this undoubtedly constitutes an act of demagogy, as the very popes and heads of the Vatican have been the maximum ones in covering up sexual abuses around the world. In fact, the Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights has already previously sentenced the NATIONAL ECCLESIASTICAL TRIBUNAL & INTERDIOCESAN TRIBUNAL OF BUENOS AIRES as Responsible for Violation of the Human Right to Justice, Spiritual Fraud and False Christianity for having supported and covered up the sexual crimes of Priest Julio César Grassi, recalling that during these crimes the Ecclesiastical Tribunal was led by Pope Francis I. This background of cover-up and corruption shows that the denunciations made by Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano would be totally plausible, demonstrating the existence of a systematic pattern of criminality on the part of Pope Francis I and his advisers.
In conclusion, the Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights agrees with Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano that in the McCarrick Case the Pope Francis I not only has not opposed evil but he has been associated with someone deeply corrupted to carry out evil, following the advice of a perverse and by multiplying his evil, supporting bad pastors in their action of destruction of the Church.
Always with spirit of reconciliation (maitri),
Master Maitreya Samyaksambuddha
President and Judge of the International Buddhist Ethics Committee & Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights