Pope Francis and the false friends plotting behind him: Vatican secrets revealed
Journalist and writer Gianluigi Nuzzi have announced that by the second half of October he will publish his latest book with a series of burning secrets from the Vatican about Pope Francis and the false friends plotting behind him. The title is still top secret but it seems that the conductor of “Fourth Degree” will bring the first copy to the Vatican judicial authority to verify any news of the crime.
New burning secrets from and about the Vatican, Pope Francesco, and the “false friends” plotting behind his back. This will be the content of the journalist’s new book Gianluigi Nuzzi, which in the past had already brought to light confidential information that shocked, and not a little, the Catholic Church. Think, for example, of “His Holiness”, published in 2012, with the papers of Pope Ratzinger a few months before his resignation, but above all of “Via Crucis”, in 2015, which caused a series of arrests in the Vatican and a trial, from which Nuzzi himself was acquitted. Little or nothing is known about his latest work, even the title which is currently top secret, but what is certain, according to what the journalist and writer announced on his Facebook page, is that it will be a real bomb.
The volume, created with the support of papers and interviews, travels, and inspections, will be released in the second half of October and as far as is known, inside will shed light on the false friends of Pope Bergoglio who are plotting in the sacred palaces. The journalist, who is also the host of the Rete 4 program “Quarto Grado”, will turn the spotlight on still issues novel to the point that according to rumors, reported by Dagospiawill bring the first copy to Vatican judicial authority to check for any news of crime. He did the same two years ago, in November 2017, before the publication of the essay “Original Sin” in which he revealed the alleged abuses against the pope’s altar boys in the dormitories of the pre-seminary of Saint Pius X in the Vatican. For this matter, the Vatican promoter of justice has just asked for the indictment of two priests. One of them was the then rector of the pre-seminary, Don Enrico Radice.