UK arrested Tommy Robinson for reporting child-rape gangs that the government caters to. The UK banned reporting of his arrest, denied him a lawyer, and is trying to have him assassinated in prison. Regardless of how you feel about his views, this is a totalitarian government.

Tommy Robinson isn't the first to that the UK has jailed after a secret trial. Melanie Shaw tried to expose child abuse in a Nottinghamshire kids home -- it wasn't foreigners doing the molesting, but many members of the UK's parliament. The government kidnapped her child and permanently took it away. Police from 3 forces have treated her like a terrorist and themselves broken the law. Police even constantly come by to rob her phone and money. She was tried in a case so secret the court staff had no knowledge of it. Her lawyer, like Tommy's, wasn't present. She has been held for over 2 years in Peterborough Prison. read, read


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An Anti-Pope is a man who falsely claims to be a legitimate Pope of the Catholic Church and Bishop of Rome. They are the ultimate wolves in sheeps clothing and are referred to as Devils in White. Anti-Popes are, during their lifetime, widely seen by society as real Popes, only to be later declared as usurpers or illegitimate. There have been Anti-Popes throughout the history of the Church, from the 3rd century to the present day. Jorge Mario Bergoglio is a reigning Anti-Pope of the Vatican II Church, incorrectly regarded by the world at large as a Pope (he is in reality, a non-Catholic heretic). The Vatican II Church is a counter-church invented in 1958 and the actual seat of St. Peter is presently vacant.

List of Anti-Popes


Pontificate Common English name Regnal (Latin) name Personal name Place of birth Age at Election / Death or Resigned # years as Antipope Notes In opposition to
c. 200 Natalius Natalius Later reconciled (see above) Zephyrinus
217–235 Saint Hippolytus Hippolytus Later reconciled with Pope Pontian (see above) Callixtus I
Urban I
251–258 Novatian Novatianus Founder of Novatianism Cornelius
Lucius I
Stephen I
Sixtus II
355–365 Felix II* Felix secundus Installed by Roman Emperor Constantius II Liberius
366–367 Ursicinus Ursicinus Ursinus Damasus I
418–419 Eulalius Eulalius Boniface I
Laurentius Laurentius Supported by Byzantine emperor Anastasius I Symmachus
530 Dioscorus Dioscurus Boniface II
687 Theodore Theodorus Sergius I
687 Paschal (I) Paschalis
767–768 Constantine II Constantinus secundus between Paul I and Stephen III
768 Philip Philippus Installed by envoy of Lombard King Desiderius Stephen III
844 John VIII Joannes octavus Elected by acclamation Sergius II
855 Anastasius III Bibliothecarius Anastasius tertius Benedict III
903–904 Christopher Christophorus Between Leo V and Sergius III
974 Boniface VII Bonifacius Between Benedict VI and Benedict VII
984–985 Between John XIV and John XV
997–998 John XVI* Joannes John Filagatto Supported by Byzantine emperor Basil II Gregory V
1012 Gregory VI Gregorius Benedict VIII
1058–1059 Benedict X* Benedictus John Mincius Supported by the Counts of Tusculum Nicholas II
1061–1064 Honorius II Honorius Pietro Cadalus Supported by Agnes, regent of the Holy Roman Empire Alexander II
1080, 1084–1100 Clement III Clemens Guibert of Ravenna Supported by Henry IV, Holy Roman Emperor Gregory VII
Victor III
Urban II
Paschal II
1100–1101 Theodoric Theodoricus Successor to Clement III Paschal II
1101 Adalbert or Albert Adalbertus Successor to Theodoric
1105–1111 Sylvester IV Sylvester Maginulf Supported by Henry V, Holy Roman Emperor
1118–1121 Gregory VIII Gregorius Maurice Burdanus Gelasius II
Callixtus II
1124 Celestine II Cœlestinus Thebaldus Buccapecus Honorius II
1130–1138 Anacletus II Anacletus Pietro Pierleoni Innocent II
1138 Victor IV Victor Gregorio Conti Successor to Anacletus II
1159–1164 Victor IV Victor Ottavio di Montecelio Supported by Frederick I, Holy Roman Emperor Alexander III
1164–1168 Paschal III Paschalis Guido di Crema
1168–1178 Callixtus III Callixtus Giovanni of Struma
1179–1180 Innocent III Innocentius Lanzo of Sezza
1328–1330 Nicholas V Nicolaus Pietro Rainalducci Supported by Louis IV, Holy Roman Emperor John XXII
1378–1394 Clement VII Clemens Robert of Geneva Geneva 36/52 15 y, 11 m, 27 d Avignon Urban VI
Boniface IX
1394–1423 Benedict XIII Benedictus Pedro de Luna Illueca, Aragon 66/95 28 y, 7 m, 25 d Avignon
Innocent VII
Gregory XII
Martin V
1409–1410 Alexander V* Alexander Pietro Philarghi Pisa Gregory XII
1410–1415 John XXIII Joannes Baldassare Cossa Pisa
1423–1429 Clement VIII Clemens Gil Sánchez Muñoz Avignon Martin V
1424–1429 Benedict XIV Benedictus Bernard Garnier  
1430–1437 Benedict XIV Benedictus Jean Carrier  
1439–1449 Felix V Fœlix Duke Amadeus VIII of Savoy Chambéry, Savoy 56/65 (†67) 9 y, 5 m, 2 d Elected by the Council of Basel Eugene IV
Nicholas V

Vatican II sect

Portrait Name From Until Notes
Angelo Roncalli.png Angelo Roncalli
28 October 1958 3 June 1963 Called the Second Vatican Council. Pro-communistic.
Giovanni Montini.png Giovanni Montini
Paul VI
21 June 1963 6 August 1978 Carried on the Council. Instituted the Novus Ordo. Widely despised individual.
Albino Luciani.png Albino Luciani
John Paul I
26 August 1978 28 September 1978 Died in highly suspicious circumstances.
Karol Wojtyła.png Karol Wojtyła
John Paul II
16 October 1978 2 April 2005 Strongly pro-Jewish. Participant in Cold War. Acted like a popstar.
Joseph Ratzinger.png Joseph Ratzinger
Benedict XVI
19 April 2005 28 February 2013 Strongly pro-Jewish. Revived some externals from Catholicism. "Retired".
Jorge Mario Bergoglio.png Jorge Mario Bergoglio
13 March 2013 Incumbent Strongly pro-Jewish. Nu-Jesuit. Attempts to portray image of humility.

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