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  Stanley Martin Lieber, better known as Stan Lee, passed away today at age 95.  A World War II veteran, Lee  worked

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  1. Surely such a letter, if genuine, would have been delivered through the normal diplomatic channels, that is, delivered to the Argentinian ambassador by the Cardinal Secretary of State, or by the Papal Nuncio to the Argentinian Foreign Secretary?

  2. “I can imagine him simply deciding to send a letter to a head of state through ordinary mail.”

    Oh, Dear! Sounds like a recipe for a Dépêche d’Ems, although I suppose it has the merit of plausible deniability.

  3. If the Pope continues to fail to act as the Monarch that he is by virtue of his position as Pope, then these problems will continue to get worse. This idea that he has of having to have the smell of the people, while seemingly laudable for its apparent piety and humility, actually teaches people to disrespect authority.

  4. My sister-in-law is Argentinian, now living back in Pasadas looking after her mother after the death of my brother. The Kirchner’s are liars and despicable cheats, and use their henchmen to suppress their people. They are extreme socialists, so why is anyone surprised at this? They will do anything to hold onto power, and in so doing, are turning Argentina into a cesspit.
    I remember reading many years ago, that if the Japanese owned or had Argentina as their own land, it would be so prosperous that it would make the USA look like a poor cousin. 🙂

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