Did AntiChrist, St. John Paul II believe in Hell?

All this commotion over AntiChrist Francis and his interpretation of Hell is really a smoke screen over the real evils of the Vatican II church. if you were to recollect where this all began you will see it started with John Paul II. Oh, yes he states in the belief of hell but then again he began the demise of it when he condemned Capital Punishment.

“One must understand that “God’s will and the will of the Church” has to be the same. It tells us in the “Our Father,”  …thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven.” I have used this phase in emphasizing why Our Lord will come back on PentecostSunday. In the case of Capital Punishment, Our Lords uses Capital Punishment when He’s sending people to Hell after their trial. However the fake Christ, John Paul II contradicts the Christ in Heaven. Since the Pope represents Christ here on earth then he can’t be a pope if he’s contradicting Christ. He may be a priest or a Bishop however this alone does not excommunicate a pope, the papacy ended with Paul VI who became the “Man of Sin,” and all others are just AntiChrists in His Reign. So its superficial to condemn Francis when all he is doing is the will of his predecessors.  At least, he’s being more honest about it.

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The Church on Capital Punishment Today and Yesterday
USCCB Position
Since 1980, the USCCB has taken a strong and principled position against the use of the death penalty in the United States. We oppose the use of the death penalty not just for what it does to those guilty of horrible crimes, but for how it affects society; moreover, Pope John Paul II, in both The Gospel of Life and the revised Catechism of the Catholic Church, states that our society has adequate alternative means today to protect society from violent crime without resorting to capital punishment.
Capital Punishment.  A Necessary Tool To Defend The Sanctity Of Human Life.
By + Father J. Vida Elmer. R.I.P.
    This short treatise had to be written in order that sincere Catholics may realize that the proposition of the Conciliar church does not follow the line of Catholic Tradition.

   “If a man be dangerous and infectious to the community, on account of some sin, it is praiseworthy and advantageous that he be killed in order to safeguard the common good.”
St. Thomas AquinasRomans 13: 1-5

Note: How many killers who get life in prison kill again. Who should be responsible for the additional murders?
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