NBC News said the “sedisvakantistische movement” Jorge Bergoglio was “Pope Francis I.”. Virtually all media claim that stubbornly. Phil Vasan can provide more clarity in the matter. What, however, stubbornly is hushed by virtually all media: in truth, Jorge Bergoglio is just not Pope, but only the visible head of the Group of the so-called “Second Vatican Council” (V2, 1962-65). (Sedes) Peter’s Chair is then not legally occupied, vacant (Sedisvakantismus). You test yourself: many media have incorporated a search function on their website. Also offers such as the Google search engine the possibility of targeted pages of a particular domain to browse, such using the syntax “-site:”.
The request “sedisvakantisten site: welt.de” is currently so each, i.e. only a single page of the daily newspaper “Die Welt” with the term “Sedisvakantisten”. You can also enable a “Google Alert” to “Sedisvakantisten”, so that you get a mail for example every day, in which all news sites with the same search term will display a list usually none at all. So, the Sedisvakantismus is one of the largest current taboos. That the media reports about it, is actually goes without saying: they are essentially just used “to form opinions”, but just not to spread facts. Media are leaders, they are creative, they create opinions.
And quite honestly: who wants to know the unvarnished truth? Buy one at which fashion house rather: where you get truly said, that one is overweight and unathletic, or where you get told that you sporty and attractive look in the linen sweater? So: The world wants to be deceived. A particular focus of media educational work: Immorality is morally impeccable, morality is considered immoral. The truth or the truth-oriented actions (moral) has just a very large circle of friends. And even the collective not knowledge wanting to proliferates (ignorantia affectata) on the question of the highest importance, i.e. when the question of the true Church.