The mass murder in Catholic Brazil

42.000 people were shot dead in Brazil in 2012, a former Fascist dictatorship with the Pope as their “Holy Father”.

Brazil is still a brutal Roman  Catholic nation, with a horrible Fascist past.
Brazil is still a brutal Roman Catholic nation, with a horrible Fascist past. The root of the problem is idolatry and paganizem.

A report on violence in Brazil says around 42,000 people were shot dead in 2012 – the highest figures for gun crime in 35 years.

The study, by the UN and the government on the most recent available data, said almost all the deaths were murders.

More than half of those killed were young men under the age of 30 – two-thirds were described as black.
The Brazilian Congress is debating a controversial bill that would limit access to firearms.
Gun crime murders have been dropping in the states of Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo but rising in the north and northeast of the country.

The northern state of Alagoas is the most violent, with fifty-five gun deaths per hundred thousand inhabitants.

The report says a slow justice system and flawed police investigations as well as the widespread availability of firearms are to blame.

It says Brazil has become a society which tolerates guns to resolve “all sorts of disputes, in most cases for very banal and circumstantial reasons.”

A law to ban the carrying of guns in public and control illegal ownership came into effect in 2004.
It tightened rules on gun permits and create a national firearms register, with strict penalties for owning an unregistered gun.

Source: The BBC.

It is astonishing that 1 in 4000 Brazilians are killed by firearms  every year.

These tragic deaths are not covered by the Western media.

When 42.000 people are killed every year, it can be equalized with the mass murders in many Muslims nations in Arabia and North Africa.

The Muslims fight each others. We can see a similar kind of civil war in Roman Catholic Mexico. The idolatry among the pagans leads them into sin and death. In book of Revelation explains that when people face terrible pains, they would rather curse God than to repent from their idolatry.

Only inside the reformed Christian nations, there is still some kind of civilized order.  It has been like this since they embrace Jesus, alone, as the mediator between God and men.

While all Roman Catholic nations fell into the totalitarian forces of Fascism, the reformed Christian world stood its ground during World War II.  The nations in Latin America got a double doze of the Catholic evils. Portugal was fascist up to 1968, and Spain had fascist dictator Franco as their leader till 1974. The  last Fascists military dictatorships in Latin America fell in the 1990-ties.  Still the Roman Catholic Church is the largest landowner, and the oppressor of the people.  It is very difficult to get rid of Fascism and oppression.

Let us expose the idoltry of the Pope, and the curses he has placed on Brazil:

  Exodus 23:24
Do not bow down before their gods or worship them or follow their practices. You must demolish them and break their sacred stones to pieces.

When we see these pagans, do we recognize them?

The Pope kisses the
The Pope kisses the “Holy lady of Brazil”, a piece of stone. Paganizem exposed in the name of “Christ”.
The
The “Hail Mary” or the Lady of Aparecida of  Brazil is an old pagan witch, a sacred stone. The mother of Jesus is being defamed in the most horrible way.

Let us pray that the people in Latin America will stop listening to the Catholic clergy, who have cursed them. That all Brazilians will open their Bible, believe in what is written, and be set free by Jesus the Messiah. Amen.

Repent or perish.

Written by Ivar

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4 thoughts on “The mass murder in Catholic Brazil

  1. Why don’t Catholics see the pope kissing a little graven image is breaking the 2nd Commandment of God? Have they all become so used to, and comfortable in their sin that it no longer affects or convicts them? It would seem if they really did have the Holy Spirit, that they would automatically turn away from such things.
    I have seen other popes do such things as kissing the Koran, and it never ceases to cause my skin to crawl, because I know it is saying that evil is good. But the scriptures says, Woe unto those that call evil good and good evil”.

    1. Dear Scarlett

      Shalom, and love in Jesus.

      You asked:

      Why don’t Catholics see the pope kissing a little graven image is breaking the 2nd Commandment of God?

      My reply:

      The Pope legalize lawlessness. The Roman Catholics will do as the Pope does. Because he is their “Holy Father”. The Bible is just one book. Among many books. The Koran, etc.

  2. Wherever the RCC is strongest, one comes to expect the highest levels of corruption. Here’s another story of pedophile priests and the people who covered it up. In the comment section, someone who experienced priestly abuse at a neighboring school is speaking up.

    The worst part of it is the likely murder of a nun who tried to stop the abuse from happening and the likely suspect escaping to Ireland–where he probably continued to abuse minors for the rest of his life. Sickening: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/05/14/cesnik-nun-murder-maskell_n_7267532.html?ncid=newsltushpmg00000003:

    I cannot imagine how anyone who is a Christian could continue to attend and support the Roman Catholic “church”. There are apparently enormous numbers of pedophile priests. We likely have only seen the tip of the iceberg. How many will ever see criminal prosecution?

  3. For future reference, since it seems like it could happen.

    Rev 9:20 The rest of mankind who were not killed by these plagues still did not repent of the work of their hands; they did not stop worshiping demons, and idols of gold, silver, bronze, stone and wood—idols that cannot see or hear or walk. 2Nor did they repent of their murders, their magic arts, their sexual immorality or their thefts.

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