Cardinal Kasper apologizes: journalist says fiasco shows the power of social media
Pentin said that the instant availability of information on the Internet, and the ability of the public to verify information, has been a game-changer, making it harder for special interest groups within the Vatican, even inside Synod’s own administration, to manipulate its message. He cited the “instant uproar” on Twitter and Facebook following the release of the Synod’s mid-point Relatio on Monday as “really useful” in thwarting the plans to “steer” the Synod in a particular direction.
“They know they can’t get away with this kind of manipulation any more.” Social media, he said, “gives voice, probably for the first time to the silent majority. That silent majority has until now been so easy to ignore.”
Opvallend is niet alleen de "macht van de sociale media", maar ook het feit dat de Katholieke silent majority traditioneel is!!!
De tijd van de Bergoglio's, Kaspers, Danneelsen en Bonny's is voorbij!
De jaren '60 zijn definitief voorbij!
WE WANT GOD!