Psychiatrist To Bergoglio’s Priests Who Sought Help: “I Need to Treat Your Archbishop”

Henry Sire, the author of The Dictator Pope, commented on Twitter (September 13) Pope Francis’ words on the flight from Mozambique to Rome, that his critics may have psychological problems and …
Bergoglio already lived in a bubble where he is a saint and a hero. Then his buddies made him pope. Not a good thing. He is bereft of any degree of self-awareness in the face of his pathological narcissism.
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Le psychiatre des prêtres de Bergoglio qui lui ont demandé de l'aide : « Je dois soigner votre archevêque. »

Henry Sire, l'auteur du Dictator Pope, a commenté sur Twitter (13 septembre) les paroles du Pape François sur le vol du Mozambique à Rome, que ses critiques peuvent avoir des problèmes psychologiques et devraient être traités avec bienveillance.

Sire observe que François, dans ses remar…More
Le psychiatre des prêtres de Bergoglio qui lui ont demandé de l'aide : « Je dois soigner votre archevêque. »

Henry Sire, l'auteur du Dictator Pope, a commenté sur Twitter (13 septembre) les paroles du Pape François sur le vol du Mozambique à Rome, que ses critiques peuvent avoir des problèmes psychologiques et devraient être traités avec bienveillance.

Sire observe que François, dans ses remarques, révèle souvent sa propre personnalité, car « c'est Bergoglio qui voyait un psychiatre alors qu'il était archevêque de Buenos Aires ».

Henry Sire se souvient aussi des prêtres de Buenos Aires qui se sont fait soigner par un psychiatre argentin bien connu à cause de la « joyeuse danse » que Bergoglio leur faisait danser.

Mais le psychiatre leur a dit : « Je ne peux pas vous soigner, pour résoudre vos problèmes, il faudrait que je soigne votre archevêque. »

[Les psychiatres sont les nouveaux prêtres d'aujourd'hui, et cela depuis Vatican II : ils ont remplacé le confesseur ! Problème : ce sont eux les premiers qui ont besoin réellement d'un psychiatre !!!]
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The Pope's accusations that his critics have psychological problems is an example of psychological projection.

His inability to face his own psychological problems has caused him to project those problems on others.
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HE TOOK FROID PSICHOANALISIS WITH A JEW IN 1972
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Psychoanalysis comes from Freud.
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We all have psychological problems. Some of us have major problems and some minor.

Problems are most of the time a theoretical construct in the eyes of a group who will qualify your behaviour as problematic for the functioning of that group (sounds relativistic) or it will impair the functioning of the individual in that group or even the functional dynamics of that individual in general. But …More
We all have psychological problems. Some of us have major problems and some minor.

Problems are most of the time a theoretical construct in the eyes of a group who will qualify your behaviour as problematic for the functioning of that group (sounds relativistic) or it will impair the functioning of the individual in that group or even the functional dynamics of that individual in general. But francis, francis has minor issues with himself, because he can well function inside his subgroup that he himself has constructed. Therefore he is no qualifier for therapy. He needs to understand himself that he might have a problem first. He will never.

So in our case, saying that francis has psychological problems, or francis saying that his critics have psychological problems, is a fallacy that will only lead to strengthen the bonds between francis and his allies, and will widen the chasm between francis and his critics.
It is called schism.
This simple saying of francis is a typical schism creator.
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