Pope Francis: A Tainted Past Of Crimes Against Humanity
An interview with Professor Michel Chossudovsky (born 1946), a Canadian economist, emeritus professor of economics at the University of Ottawa. Chossudovsky has been a visiting professor internationally, and has been an adviser to governments of developing countries. In 1999, Professor Chossudovsky joined the Transnational Foundation for Peace and Future Research as an adviser. He is the author of "The Globalization of Poverty and The New World Order" (2003) and "America's War on Terrorism" (2005) and "Towards a World War III Scenario: The Dangers of Nuclear War" (2011):
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10. Pope Francis: questions remain over his role during Argentina's dictatorship:
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11. Catholic Pope Francis charged, trial set, for trafficking orphans
12. Pope Francis accused of complicity and crimes against humanity
13. Pope Francis and Clergy Sexual Abuse in Argentina:
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15. In the Matter of the People v. Bergoglio, Pachon, Welby and others charged with global child trafficking and ritual murder
Antonio Banderas and Academy Award winner Emma Thompson star in this gripping political thriller from Academy Award-winning director Christopher Hampton. Carlos Rueda (Antonio Banderas) is the director of a children's theater in Buenos Aires, a city haunted by the disappearance of thousands who have spoken up against the dictator in power. When his wife, Cecilia (Emma Thompson), disappears after writing a controversial article, Carlos discovers he has the power to look into the faces of those seeking the missing and see the fate of the people they love. But no matter how desperately he searches for his own wife, he always finds himself one step behind. Pushed to the limits of survival, it's up to Cecilia to find her way to Carlos in a journey filled with danger, horror and suspense.