New "Black Pope" Working to Overthrow Dominican Government

Prefers to use demographic instead of military force. ElUniversal
Arturo Sosa Abascal, one of the most powerful and dangerous men in the world, has been busy over the past couple of decades, coming under investigation for supporting the failed 1992 Venezuelan coup headed by the late socialist strongman Hugo Chavez and recently being implicated in disturbances near the Haitian border.

As Univision reported, Mr. Sosa Abascal, the newly-elected "Black Pope" was linked to ultra-far-left groups responsible for pushing a relentless and extremely well-organized pamphleteering campaign that brought the failed coup leader Hugo Chavez to power through popular means. So deep was the Black Pope's involvement with radical leftist groups that he found himself incarcerated in 1989 and 1992 by Venezuela's military intelligence agency.

When Hugo Chavez was overthrown in 2002 by US-backed corporate conspirators, it was the Black Pope he first called. Mr. Chavez was eventually restored to power, thereafter having a falling out with the Black Pope which some allege led to him being poisoned, subsequently developing a mysterious cancer.

In countries where Catholicism is waning, the Jesuits essentially function as a fifth column responsible for destabilizing the government and thus increasing misery. The Jesuits have for quite some time now made it their official mission to increase the size of the Church by recruiting from the ranks of the poorest people in society, those most desperate for a way out, for "salvation."

The Catholic Church, under the clandestine behest of militant Jesuit priests, has undertaken in the Dominican Republic a campaign far more brutal than the one undertaken by the Black Pope in Venezuela in the 1990s.

Jesuit priests not only go as far as declaring themselves the legal parents of undocumented Haitian minors, but they raise these children in an environment that is in direct opposition to Dominican values.

The Catholic Church in the Dominican Republic is busy providing services in Haitian Creole, urging many native Dominicans to turn to the Protestant faith in revulsion to the blatant destruction of the culture which in 1844 fought in opposition to Haitian rule and declared that the western part of the island of Hispaniola was Catholic territory, where voodoo could never have an official home.

The recent appointment of a militant open-border activist as Archbishop of Santo Domingo has only hastened the inevitable: the population of Haitians in the Dominican Republic will increase to 5 million within two decades, setting the stage for the rise of a populist leader who makes Hugo Chavez look like an ultra-capitalist radical, casting pro-Haitian politician Jose Francisco Peña Gomez as the new Juan Pablo Duarte, founding father of the DR.

Whatever the Black Pope has in store for the Dominican Republic, one thing is certain: people will suffer and the Catholic Church will grow in influence as the champion of a new bi-national state, one without a border.