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‘Medical Professors Are Satanic Demons,’ Says a Netizen Who Plans to Send a Petition to the Pope

Catholic University Medical School professors resign together
Archdiocese of Seoul to send petition to the Pope
Controversial Vatican Pope Francis

Source: News1

Catholic University Medical School professors oppose the increase in medical school admissions and have decided to resign in response to the pressuring government voluntarily.

In response to this situation, a netizen wrote a post stating that they would send a petition to the Catholic Archdiocese of Seoul, receiving a heated response from the online community. The Catholic University Medical School is affiliated with the Seoul St. Mary’s Hospital, one of Korea’s “Big 5” hospitals.

The post on the online community was written on March 15th, when the Catholic University Medical School Professors’ Association demonstrated a strong stance towards the government by mentioning “voluntary resignation.”

Source: Online Community Compilation

On that day, the professors of Catholic University Medical School declared, “If the government’s threatening response continues, we will have no choice but to take voluntary resignation actions agreed upon by the majority of the faculty, which would include discontinuation of new patient reservations, reduction of outpatient treatment, and discontinuation of surgeries and admissions except in emergency situations.”

On the day the faculty declared their resignation, a post titled “Sending a Petition to the Catholic Archdiocese of Seoul” was uploaded onto an online community.

The post stated, “They are doing things that directly contradict the words of Jesus while bearing the Catholic label. Why did they become professors at Catholic University if they can’t even live according to Jesus?” The writer strongly criticized, “Are they devils just going after the money?”

Furthermore, the writer included, “If that doesn’t work (in the Archdiocese of Seoul), I will send a petition to the Vatican.”

Catholic University is known to be affiliated with the Catholic Archdiocese of Seoul. Seoul St. Mary’s Hospital, also known as “Gangnam St. Mary’s Hospital,” located in Seocho-gu, went into construction after receiving official approval from the “Vatican Holy See.” It is known to be the world’s largest hospital operated by a Catholic foundation under the Holy See.

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Meanwhile, a controversy brewed in the “Vatican,” which the writer deemed the last resort.

The issue surfaced when Pope Francis used words such as “white flag” when referring to Ukraine, suggesting the need for “negotiation.” Ukraine and its allies strongly resisted the Holy See in response. Amid this controversy, Russian President Putin echoed the Pope’s remarks, saying, “I prefer negotiations,” and further intensified the situation.

Jens Stoltenberg, Secretary-General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), met with reporters before a ceremony commemorating Sweden’s admission at NATO headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, on March 11th (local time), and expressed his opposition to the Pope’s words, saying, “Ukraine’s ‘white flag’ surrender will never be peace.”

He continued, “The origin of this war is Putin, and if he wanted to, he could end this war right now. Ukraine does not have that option,” reiterating NATO’s position.

The day before, on March 10th, the Pope said in an interview with Switzerland’s public broadcaster RTS, “It is not shameful to consider the citizens, judge the situation, and negotiate with a white flag.” This was interpreted as a suggestion for Ukraine, in a disadvantageous battlefield situation, to negotiate with Russia.

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In response, Ukrainian President Zelensky said, “When the evil forces of Russia started the war, all Ukrainians stood up to defend our country. All Christians, Muslims, and Jews in our country are doing the same.”

He continued, “I am grateful to all the citizens and priests who are with the Ukrainian army. They are trying to protect life and humanity at the front line and supporting us with prayers, dialogues, and actions.”

He also pointed out, “The church should stay with the people. If you want to mediate between the person who wants to live and the person who wants to destroy them, you shouldn’t be 2,500 km away.” Although he did not mention the Pope, it is speculated that this remark was aimed at the Pope’s discussion of a “white flag negotiation.”

Source: News1

Pope Francis, criticized by Ukraine and its allies, has again drawn attention.

According to AP News, on March 16th (local time), Pope Francis announced that he would publish his memoirs. The news of the book’s publication, which came less than a week after he mentioned the “white flag” to Ukraine, sparked controversy.

In his memoir, the Pope mentioned “a woman.” He candidly shared his experience of falling in love at first sight with a woman he met during his seminary days and confessed that his head was “spinning” when he saw a beautiful woman at his uncle’s wedding.

Further, the Pope showcased his will to fight against forces and movements that resist change within the Catholic Church. He said, “I am not listening to the worst insults. The Vatican is like the last absolute monarchy in Europe, and the intrigue within the church should disappear.”

In December 2023, despite the opposition from the Catholic conservatives, the Pope made an open move by officially approving blessings for Catholic priests, who are “same-sex lovers.”

Pope Francis, who was elected at the age of 77 in 2013, has recently been receiving concerns about his health due to his chronic illnesses. In response, the Pope assured his health, saying, “I have no thoughts of stepping down. I have many projects to fulfill.”

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