Donald Trump Freemason Forces Retaliate Against Vatican, Kill Pope Francis Secretary
Seven month pregnant Miriam Wuolou, the SVR details in this report, was the receptionist at the Domus Sanctae Marthae, the small hotel inside the walls of Vatican City, where Pope Francis lives and was the pontiff’s personal secretary when she was discovered dead under mysterious circumstances with her body being reported found in an “advanced state of decomposition” on 25 February—which SVR intelligence analysts in this report state was due to her being a victim of Freemason mafia acid attack.
Though not conclusive, this report notes, evidence does suggest that Miriam Wuolou was not only Pope Francis’s secretary, but also his lover and that the child she was bearing was his—which would explain, this report says, her acid attack death as this method of “message killing” by the mafia has long been utilized by them against their Catholic Church and “shadow government” enemies families and associates.
In very rare instances, SVR historical analysts in this report state, do Freemason mafia forces directly target their enemies (i.e. they still need someone to deal/negotiate with), choosing, instead, to target, or threaten to target, their families and/or close associates—such as American political icon Robert F. Kennedy (brother to President John F. Kennedy) whose wife, Ethel, revealing, in 2012, that his greatest fear was of his children being blinded by a Freemason mafia acid attack.
As to why Robert F. Kennedy feared the Freemason mafia attacking and blinding his children with acid, this report explains, was due to his stridently Roman Catholic brother, President John F. Kennedy, reviving the Vatican’s attack upon the Freemasons first begun on Friday, 13 October 1307 under orders given by Pope Clement V.
Barely three months after taking office, this report continues, President John F. Kennedy announced his attack upon the Freemasons in a 27 April 1961 “significantly worded” speech before the American Newspaper Publishers Association voicing his opposition to “secret societies”—which coincided with the appointment of his brother, Robert F. Kennedy, to the post of US Attorney General after which he, Robert, launched an all-out attack against the Freemasons mafia forces that were created in the 19th century by the Italian Freemason leader Guiseppi Mazzini and had migrated to America in the early 20th century.