HERETIC CARDINAL KASPER DENIES INTERVIEW WITH RACIST REMARKS ON AFRICA AND AFRICANS!!!

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HERETIC KASPER DENIES INTERVIEW WITH RACIST REMARKS ON AFRICA AND AFRICANS!!! ZENIT PULLED THE INTERVIEW IN RESPONSE TO HERETIC CARDINAL KASPER!!!

(Rorate Caeli) – Yes, Kasper did give the interview with racist remarks on Africa and Africans – and here is the audio to prove it

For some reason, Zenit removed the text of the interview by Walter Kasper, filled with Anti-African, xenophobic, and racist comments. The interviewer, Edward Pentin, made public the following statement:

In response to a statement from His Eminence Cardinal Kasper denying giving the interview that appeared in ZENIT Wednesday 15th October, I issue the following response:

His Eminence Cardinal Walter Kasper spoke to me and two other journalists, one British, the other French, around 7.15pm on Tuesday as he left the Synod hall.

I transcribed the recording of our conversation, and my iPhone on which I recorded the exchange was visible. I introduced myself as a journalist with the [National Catholic] Register, and the others also introduced themselves as journalists. I therefore figured the interview was on the record and His Eminence appeared happy to talk with us. In the end, I posted the full interview in ZENIT rather than the Register. ZENIT removed the article on Thursday in response to Cardinal Kasper’s denial.

Read more: http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2014/10/yes-kasper-did-give-interview-with.html

Related:

“Synod Fathers under intense pressure from the Kasper Front to modify their views – or else

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