Apostate Emmanuel Macron (who describes himself as spiritually agnostic) was promoting homosexuality in the French Royal Palace only few days before his meeting with Bergoglio in Rome where he gave a speech at the Basilica of St. John Lateran while being honored. And a week later (July 1st) paid a posthumous tribute to an abortionist.
en.news Emmanuel Macron, a former socialist, his wife/grandmother Brigitte and 1500 spectators were present on June 21 at the first “Festival of Music” organised in the courtyard of the Élysée Palace, the official residence of the French president.
Five disk jockeys, surrounded by dancers, presented electro music, among them a certain Kiddy Smile (Pierre Hache) who wore a shirt with the label, “Son of immigrants, black and a faggot.” Hache was surrounded by male dancers dressed in women’s clothes.
One of the songs he presented had the following text in English, “Tonight, let’s burn this house down. Let’s burn it to the ground” – which some saw as a reference to the Élysée Palace.
Another disk jockey presented a song whose lyrics contained the following statements: “my d*ck s*cked, my b*m licked”. Or: “I have six chicks and have six bottles of champagne and weed every day.”
Bergoglio disobeys the Word of God.
2 John 10-11 If any one comes to you and does not bring this doctrine, do not receive him into the house or give him any greeting; for he who greets him shares his wicked work.
The Basilica of St John Lateran awarded pro-gay pro-abortionist Manuel Macron, the same place where Bergoglio blasphemed Jesus Christ
The Lateran Basilica is the mother-church of Rome, dedicated first to the Savior and then also to Saint John the Baptist.
This basilica is the Cathedral of the Pope and the oldest of all the basilicas of the Catholic Church. In its frontis it has this legend: "Mother and Head of all the churches of the city and the world".
Macron's backing for fertility treatment to be extended to all women, including gay couples and women not in relationships.
The move is opposed by Catholic groups in France, which see it as undermining traditional family values because it will lead to children growing up without fathers