The parish priest from Davos

is davos beginning to lose its appeal among the modernists? Vatican News reports.

Parish priest at Davos, Father Kurt Susak, gives his thoughts in an interview with Vatican News:

“Everywhere you hear about crises. The world is somehow in crisis mode. This World Economic Forum would somehow also lose its credibility and legitimacy if this meeting did not now also present solutions that are recognizable to the people and lead to an improvement in the many conflicts and challenges.”

Fr Susak goes on to mention the threat of war, saying that the local church community is praying that the WEF will be successful in providing solutions. Even the non-Catholic churches are praying, in a nightly ecumenical gathering known as “Silence and Prayer”. The shared intention is that “that good decisions might be made for a more just and peaceful world.”

That doesn’t sound terrible. (This does though “You would have to ask a few people now, even young people – I think most people are not that interested in whether there is a woman or a man at the altar and whether he is married or not.”)

The Vatican didn’t send any representatives to Davos this year. As the article mentions, Cardinals Peter Turkson, Michael Czerny and Pietro Parolin, have all attended over the years. (Those three men are regarded as papabile material – which is no doubt, highly coincidental.) Apparently, Bergoglio stated that: “Everything has been said, now act; that’s what it’s all about.”

Has the WEF lost its appeal for Bergoglio? (There are even some murmurs from within the ranks.) Or maybe the Vatican is just too broke to send one of its Cardinals to another fancy shindig. Davos is only 90 minutes from St Gallen – surely one of his men could hit up Davos on the way back from a clandestine meeting?

Father Susak makes a few criticism of the annual Davos event, but those are mainly limited to the infrastructure issues: traffic jams and other disruptions. Price gouging appears to be rampant during the week, as well. He mentions the high cost of security, wondering if the benefits are worth the expense.

To his credit, the article mentions that Father believes “many things are not done transparently …many things are discussed and debated behind closed doors, and that very little ultimately is made public.” However, he also takes the opportunity to fling a few stones at the “conspiracy theorists who “… fuel the resistance against the elite that gathers at the WEF.”

Oh well, he was promising for a while. Needless to say, there is no criticism about the intrinsic problem of the WEF: that it is a group of godless, unelected synarchists, whose members consider themselves to be – and are known as – the elite – and who are well on the way to creating a global dystopia.

Maybe if Fr Susak’s favourite theologian wasn’t Hans von Balthasar, he would be able to think more clearly.

But things aren’t all bad. Fr Susak tells us the Davos event presents a golden opportunity for the school children: they get to ski. “This always gives the students a great deal of pleasure,” he says, going on to remind us of the economic benefit gained by the small community during the WEF meeting. (Klaus Schwab’s latest comments on pedophilia should mean that “children”, “pleasure” and the WEF are never again mentioned in the same context.)

Anyway, Fr Susak sounds like a naive social justice type, so, who knows? Maybe next year he’ll organise an outreach to the dozens of prostitutes who are shipped in to cater to the overlords during the WEF?

An older interview with Fr Susak tells us a little more about him, though. Last year, when the WEF meeting was online, he explained that the Church has become more involved with the WEF under Pope Francis. No surprises there.

Fr Susak said that visiting Cardinals would stay with him for that week and that they gave lectures and “were involved in the whole thing.” He also mentions that some WEF delegates would attend morning Mass with them. (Why does that thought send give me shivers?)

Susak says that Klaus Schwab has also been to the Vatican to invite Pope Francis to the WEF anniversary. Parolin went instead that year, but then, perhaps he is the more powerful of the two. Sometimes it really does appear that way. Strange how Parolin has been able to keep his nose clean in that Becciu business.

Somewhat naively, Fr Susak talks about his surprise at the interest given to the Church by the WEF. He says delegates from all over the world want to see the priests, and talk to them.

“You could really experience this positive mood towards the church at all levels,” says Susak.

Someone needs to explain to this man that the WEF needs the Church both to legitimise its devious globalist agenda and as a vehicle for implementing that same agenda. We have the structure, they have the ideology. Talk about a marriage made in hell.

Good luck to you, Fr Susak. Whether you are an alpine wolf in sheep’s clothing or just a useful idiot, let’s pray that you wake up to the sublimity of your vocation and start to take your job seriously. Oh – and an exorcism of downtown Davos should be on your to-do list for this week.

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