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They're calling it "The Butler Did It" scandal...but the butler didn't do it. The Pope did it.

It's one of the Vatican's biggest scandals since the revelation that the Pope covered up massive molestations of little boys by paedophile priests. The Pope's butler, Paolo Gabriele, pledged to co-operate with investigators over damning confidential Vatican documents found at his home.

The leaked Vatican documents reveal accusations of corruption touching senior Vatican cardinals.

Vatican officials accused the president of the Vatican bank of leaking confidential documents. He was ousted by the board Thursday.

One cardinal is suspected of playing a major role in the "Vatileaks" scandal. Most critically, the leaks discredit Pope Benedict XVI's No. 2, Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, the Vatican secretary of state. The scandal intensified last week with the publication of His Holiness, a book which reproduced confidential letters and memos to and from Benedict and his personal secretary. The Vatican called the book "criminal" and vowed to take legal action against the author, publisher, and whoever leaked the documents.

The scandal broke in January when the Italian journalist Gianluigi Nuzzi broadcast letters from the former number-two Vatican administrator, Monsignor Carlo Maria Viganò, to the pope. In the letters, Viganò begged not to be transferred for having exposed alleged corruption, which cost the Holy See millions of euros in higher contract prices. The prelate is now the Vatican's US ambassador.

The Pope's personal butler was arrested and thrown in a Vatican prison. The Vatican has its own banking system, its own army, prison system, flag, post office and radio station. The vatican is NOT part of Rome or part of Italy or part of any nation. It is an independent CITY STATE AND ACCOUNTABLE TO NO ONE.

How did Pope Ratzinger who was a member of Hitler's nazi youth become Pope?



Filmmaker and Iraq-War protester David Lawley-Wakelin, burst into the courtroom where Tony Blair was giving testimony at the Leveson Inquiry. The protester shouted, "JP Morgan paid him off for the Iraq war. Three months after he invaded Iraq they held up the Iraq bank for 20 billion!".

Outside, angry protesters waved banners reading 'Troops home', 'Blair' and 'Afghanistan out'. The former PM's car was egged as he left.

    Tony Blair, who is a senior adviser at JP Morgan on a reported salary of between £500,000 and £2.5 million, denied that he had been 'bought' by JP Morgan in the build up to Iraq War. He told the court that the man's accusations were 'completely and utterly untrue'.

    The drama echoed the 'custard pie' incident when Rupert Murdoch was attacked by Jonnie Marbles who thrust a custard pie into Rupert Murdoch's face during his evidence to a Commons Select Committee last year which provoked wife Wendi Deng to athletically leap to the mogul's defence.


Electronic voting machines were supposed to save Americans from the nightmare of hanging chads. Most voting machines are owned by private companies who refuse to divulge exactly how they work.

Computer security experts have been highly critical of them because of serious failures and the fact that many of them leave no paper trail for backup.

Online forums are jammed with claims that voting has been electronically hijacked.


In the U.S., exit polls are now done by the National Election Pool, which is financed by a consortium of big BANKSTER OWNED media outlets.

Why have exit polls always matched election results? Because it's all made up. It's a scam. A con. A fake. A fraud. Since they first started "projecting" election night winners in 1964, the major news networks have never provided any 'hard' evidence that they actually conducted any exit polls, at all. Researchers and activists who point to the disparity of the early exit polls and the election results, have failed to consider the obvious - that exit polls never existed to begin with. The winners and losers are decided long before voters even cast their vote.

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