Italian politicians to meet with ITCCS to plan "to de-secularize" the Vatican
- “Spiritual Assembly” to convene on September 22 in Rome and twenty one
Posted on August 26, 2013 by itccs
Italian politicians to meet with Kevin Annett and ITCCS to plan
"comprehensive campaign to de-secularize" the Vatican
The campaign for justice by victims of the Roman Catholic Church took a
major step forward this past weekend when two political parties in Italy
agreed to meet with ITCCS officials in September.
The meeting will plan what an internal statement calls "a comprehensive
political and legal campaign to de-secularize the church and bring it under
the rule of law and democratic control".
This campaign will include as its aim the annulment of the so-called
Lateran Treaty between Italy and the Vatican which protects the church from
prosecution for its crimes against humanity.
Inspired by the August 4 Brussels Declaration of the ITCCS that proclaimed
the Roman Catholic Church to be a transnational criminal body under
international law, the Italian parties agreed that the time has arrived for
"decisive political action in Italy on behalf of all the victims of the papacy".
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