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Mel Gibson doing the work of God: Opus Dei

 
ven
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Mel Gibson doing the work of God: Opus Dei
Involvement in Opus Dei

Mel Gibson belongs to a fundamentalist Catholic sect that was founded by the extremist French bishop Marcel Lefevre. Gibson's father, Hutton Gibson, belongs to the sect as well.
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This has nothing to do with God. These people have been tricked by the evil one to worship it as a god. Mel Gibson does the work of evil, and it is starting to show in his behavior.
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Mel Gibson is not a member of Opus Dei.

It's some little sect that has their own Pope.

Besides, as far as I could tell his movie

is a significantly deranged Passion Play

that strikes me as Porn for those that hate Christ.
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Yeah, that movie was waay too obsessed with his death, when really, it was His life and teachings that were important.
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Critics state that Opus Dei is "intensely secretive"— for example, members generally do not disclose their affiliation with Opus Dei in public, and under the 1950 constitution, members were expressly forbidden to reveal themselves without the permission of their superiors. This practice has led to much speculation about who may be a member.
-wikipedia-
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The organization Opus Dei was created in Spain in 1928 by a Catholic priest, Escriba de Belaguer, who was later canonized by Pope John Paul II. The organization combines deep religious feelings with the most modern methods of mass communication, particularly television. It also has a special university in Spain where it trains journalists. Many keep secret their membership in this organization, which is interested in approaching economic and industrial leaders.
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Alec Baldwin
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Posted: August 2, 2006

So, oddly enough, I am watching The Passion of the Christ on TV on Sunday night. Watch the whole thing. Chilling. And in the shadow of the recent Mel G. arrest revelation, even more so.

I mean, Mel, who basically has it all, the gleam of superstardom, wealth, prestige, Oscar, gets arrested, drunk, and yells that the Jews are behind it all. And, as a Catholic, I'm thinking, here Mel has dug down deep to glorify JC, the ultimate promoter of the forgiveness program.

Killed the whole film for me. Who'd a thought? Mel Gibson...the Opus Dei buzz-kill.

[link to www.huffingtonpost.com]
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But Mel Gibson clearly has serious issues with gays and lesbians, likely stemming from his involvement in the secretive, Catholic cult Opus Dei.
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The film director Roland Joffé, who has yet to regain the acclaim he won a generation ago for “The Killing Fields” and “The Mission” is shooting a movie in Argentina focused on the founder of Opus Dei…

The film, “There Be Dragons,” set during the Spanish Civil War, weaves fictional characters created by Mr. Joffé with the story of St. Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer, the Spaniard who founded Opus Dei and was canonized by the church.

The project was initiated by a member of Opus Dei, is partly produced and financed by the group’s members and has enlisted an Opus Dei Priest to consult on the set. News of the project has set off criticism among some former Opus Dei members that the movie will be little more than propaganda for the organization. But Mr. Joffé, in the first interview he has given about the film, said that he had been given complete creative control and that Opus Dei never had any influence on the project.

The Opus Dei members behind the project were delighted to enlist Mr. Joffé, whose reputation was that of a political leftist who made films that asked profound ethical questions.

Heriberto Schoeffer, an independent film producer in Los Angeles and a member of Opus Dei, said he first conceived of a film dramatizing the life of Escrivá after reading a book about his escape over the Pyrenees during the Spanish Civil War. “All I wanted is for people to see a good side of him, because so many bad things are said about him and Opus Dei,” Mr. Schoeffer said.

The financing of about $30 million came from about 100 investors, and raising it was a struggle, said Ignacio G. Sancha, the lead producer, a Spanish financier and lawyer who is also a member of Opus Dei.

The film’s backers are not avoiding controversy, and may even be anticipating it. They have hired Paul Lauer, the publicist for Mel Gibson’s “Passion of the Christ,” another religious epic with a no-name cast and a big-name director, which cashed in on all the attention it generated.
[link to opusdeitoday.org]

Expose on the Passion of the Christ

[link to www.youtube.com]
Opus Dei production
[link to www.odan.org]

Opus Dei numeraries are expected to hand over their entire salaries to Opus Dei, and generally may not hold their own bank accounts. The numeraries are told to use money as if they were the mother in charge of a large and poor family. They ask for the money they need each week and are then required to report how it was spent to the penny. Opus Dei does not provide any financial report that indicates how the members' money is spent.
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The secretive society does not publish a member list and member do not admit being Opus Dei. then one would add how does an Opus Dei become exposed? Guilt by association, through their film, broadcasting and financing of their propaganda films. The following list has been compiled.

OPUS DEI (member list)

Jean Violet
Philippe de Weck
Federico Silva Munoz
Antoine Pinay
Antonin Scalia
Philippe de Weck
Sanchez Bella Florencio
Giscard d'Estaing (Linked)
Robert Novak
Hutton Gibson
louis Freeh
Antonio Fontan
Francisco Franco
Alberto Ullastres
Laureano Lopez Rodo
Mariano Navarro Rubio
Sam Brownback
Rafael Calvo Serer
John F. Coverdale
Scott Hahn
Tony Shannon
James Egan
Robert Hanssen
Ruth Kelly
C. John McCloskey III
Paul Scalia
John Freeh
Michael Novak
Jeane Kirkpatrick
Giulio Andreotti
Francis X. Stankard
Adolfo Suarez
Clarence Thomas
Samuel Alito
Antonio Fontán
Paola Binetti
José María Albareda
Jesus Estanislao
Joaquín Lavín
Robert Duncan
John F. Coverdale
Javier Echevarria Rodriguez
Juan Luis Cardinal Cipriani Thorne
Julián Cardinal Herranz Casado
Eduardo Guilisasti
Bruno Padula
[link to z13.invisionfree.com]

Could Opus Dei be involved in the alternative media? The following have association with above known members:

Alex Jones (also interesting Jones' wife he says is from Spain. Perhapse met her while at the Spanish Opus Dei college on broadcasting?)

Jesse Ventura

Robert Chapman ("former" intel, admits Opus Dei approached him, then is found in alternative broadcasting)

Lew Rockwell (Alex Jones contributor and financer, partners with Jesuit contributors at lewrockwell.com)

Mel Gibson and Alex Jones talk about Mel's latest film Apocolypto! a film about Mexican savagry and race war.

[link to www.youtube.com]
[link to www.illuminati-news.com]
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Jew News reports on Mel and other Opus Dei

[link to www.youtube.com]

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