False Prophet Update

Update on “Fountain Coingate”: Coins in Trevi Fountain will go to Rome city council rather than Church charity. They must have read my earlier blog. 😊

Update on “Fountain Coingate”: Coins in Trevi Fountain will go to Rome city council rather than Church charity. They must have read my earlier blog. 😊

Josephine McKenna. The Telegraph•January 14, 2019

Blog note: The answer to this dilemma is easy to see. My suggestion to the False Prophet is to open the ‘treasure vault’ of the Vatican and spend a small $Billion or two to help those he’s trying to help with pennies or the ‘widows might’. He can help the poor with somebody else’s dime or nickel, but he won’t help the poor with any of his vast treasure.

“No one really knows how much wealth the Catholic Church controls, and the organization’s secrecy and obfuscation of the facts surrounding its wealth continues to lead investigators on a wild goose chase. The Vatican’s cash flow is in the hundreds of millions a year (that’s a lot of widows’ mites!), individual holdings in the Vatican Bank total perhaps $15 billion, property held by the Vatican may be worth over a billion dollars, and the Church owns the largest store of the world’s most priceless art.

The sale of one picture out of the Vatican’s ‘treasure chest’ could probably support all the poor in Rome. Perhaps the False Prophet could donate to Rome’s poor the raffle money he receives for his ‘papally blessed’ Lamborghini? Maybe take a few less trips to visit evil dictators? End of note.

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