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Pope Francis is the 'Buffoon of Plutocrats'

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John A Cassani
Jesuits have always had a reputation of being close to Plutocrats. They were very close to the court of Louis XIV, for instance, plying their casuistry to let French nobles off the hook for their debauchery at Versailles. Jesuits were also favored by the court of Katherine the Great in Russia, which, I suppose, led to Dostoevsky’s disdain for that famous “Jesuit casuistry.” It’s not a surprise …More
Jesuits have always had a reputation of being close to Plutocrats. They were very close to the court of Louis XIV, for instance, plying their casuistry to let French nobles off the hook for their debauchery at Versailles. Jesuits were also favored by the court of Katherine the Great in Russia, which, I suppose, led to Dostoevsky’s disdain for that famous “Jesuit casuistry.” It’s not a surprise to see that this guy has upheld a few traditions.