Riot police and helicopter helped Pope in Brazil

I500 protestors of the Popes visit in Rio forced the Pontiff to proceed using a helicopter. An effigy of the Pontiff was burned.

The Pope is safe, protected by the President of Brazil.
The Pope is safe, protected by the President of Brazil Dilma Rousseff.

Pope Francis had to arrive at his welcoming reception at Guanabara Palace in Rio de Janeiro by helicopter on Monday night as protests gathered outside during his first foreign trip to Brazil.

The Pontiff’s plans were changed at the last minute after around 1,500 demonstrators arrived and burned an effigy tied to a lamppost. There were later clashes with police as officers tried to disperse the crowd with six detained and at least three injured.

Source: The Telegraph, and Gloria TV.

 2 Corinthians 11:13

For such people are false apostles, deceitful workers, masquerading as apostles of Christ.

Here is another source:

But just after Pope Francis left a meeting with President Dilma Rousseff riot police used tear gas, rubber bullets and water cannon on hundreds of protesters demonstrating against the £35 million cost of the visit.
The 76-year-old was lifted into the heavens above the state governor’s palace by helicopter to avoid the protests.

Source: The Morning Star Online, UK.

Angry protestors burn an effigy of the Pope, claiming waist of public money as reason.
Angry protestors burn an effigy of the Pope, claiming waist of public money as reason.

 Photo ~ People burn an effigy of Rio de Janeiro’s state Governor Sergio Cabral as atheists and the Anonymous protest group demonstrate against the money spent on the pope’s visit, while Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff offers a welcoming ceremony for Pope Francis at the Guanabara Palace, seat of the city’s government, in Rio de Janeiro, on July 22, 2013. — PHOTO: AFP

After he left, police fired tear gas to disperse protests against both the government and the cost of the visit. (The BBC)

My comment:

The global media do not seems to give the World a fair coverage of the Popes visit to Brazil. No doubt, all nations have ambassadors in the Vatican, honoring the “Holy see”.

Keep also in mind that all who oppose the Pope is not evangelical Christians. Many secular people have called the bluff and the crimes of the Roman Catholic Church. Radicals who use violence are not followers of Jesus the Messiah.  All use of violence is regrettable.

The truth is hard. The Pope supports dictatorship.
The truth is hard. The Pope supports dictatorship.
Some of the riot police used tear gas against the protestors.
Some of the riot police used tear gas against the protestors.
Other police officers tried to stop protestors from leaving home.
Other police officers tried to stop protestors from leaving home.
A lot of people gathered to see the burning of an effigy of the Pope
A lot of people gathered to see the burning of an effigy of the Pope

First: It must be said that Jesus the Messiah also escaped people who tried to kill him. But using neither donkeys, nor helicopters, The Messiah just walked right through the crowed.

Second: Jesus never called the police on those who opposed Him. Nor did any of his disciples.

The Pope represents a Church that supported fascism and military dictatorship in Brazil for decades. The Worldly and fleshy authority granted this religious movement the right to become the state religion, controlling the faith of people from their infancy. Not unlike how Catholicism became state religion in Fascist Italy from 1929 to 1944.

In their millions, Brazilians have now discerned the Papacy of not being a seat of Christianity. The Pontiff and his priesthood represent corruption, falsehood and spiritual bondage to what is wrong.

Since the Pope is a false Apostle, they do no longer wants his curses on their soil. True Evangelical Christianity still stand on the reformation. If the curses shall be broken over the land, the Papacy needs to be shown the door.

Written by Ivar

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