Lula, you are so hell-bent on your damnation pilgrimage that you do not seem to be able to hear all the words
“For many centuries, the Pope has claimed to be the owner of the entire world (and you so know this is true) and this STARTED with a bogus document … actually a fraud back in the Middle Ages when the Church produced the document in question …” Oh this is silly. If you want to know what he said, try listening to him and stop your nonsense. You seem to feel that all you have to do is change the subject and I am supposed to let you do it, not.
Now, what part of the clip is a lie?
“For many centuries, the Pope has claimed to be the owner of the entire world
From his first sentence on is a lie.
No Pope has ever claimed to be owner of the entire world.
He and and now you are confusing temporal or civil jurisdiction with universal, world-wide ecclesiastical, spiritual jurisdiction. The Pope, ever since St.Peter has indeed always had universal ecclesiastical or spiritual jurisdiction of the whole world. In reply 50 I pointed this out saying Christ appointed St.Peter and from him on, the Popes are the unique possessor of universal ecclesiastical jurisdiction.
That's far different from this guy's claim "the Pope has claimed to be the owner of the entire world."
Next lie is when he said ....."This forgery was used by the CC to justify its claim that it owned the entire world, even though Constantine obviously didn't own the entire world, just Western Europe, but they used that to justify.. so late in the 1400's Pope Nicolas creates this bill called Romanus Pontifex that says the entire world is owned by the Catholic Church and he can take it away from any non-Christians and give it to and Christian he wants which is what he did. He said any Christian can go and conquer the entire world from non-Christians and it's fine because it's already owned by the Pope."
Re: the highlighted part is the next lie.
Here's the link. I can't find anything even remotely close to his claim. Can you?
And notice if you will the Background information about the Romanus Pontifex. 2nd paragraph says it is an important example of the Papacy's claim to spiritual lordship of the whole world and of its role in regulating relations among Christian princes and between Christians and unbelievers......."
Hmmm...spiritual lordship of the whole world is far different from owning the entire world.
The Bull Romanus Pontifex (Nicholas V), January 8, 1455.
The kingdoms of Portugal and Castile had been jockeying for position and possession of colonial territories along the African coast for more than a century prior to Columbus' "discovery" of lands in the western seas. On the theory that the Pope was an arbitrator between nations, each kingdom had sought and obtained Papal bulls at various times to bolster its claims, on the grounds that its activities served to spread Christianity.
The bull Romanus Pontifex is an important example of the Papacy's claim to spiritual lordship of the whole world and of its role in regulating relations among Christian princes and between Christians and "unbelievers" ("heathens" and "infidels"). This bull became the basis for Portugal's later claim to lands in the "new world," a claim which was countered by Castile and the bull Inter caetera in 1493.
An English translation of Romanus Pontifex is reproduced below, as published in European Treaties bearing on the History of the United States and its Dependencies to 1648, Frances Gardiner Davenport, editor, Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1917, Washington, D.C., at pp. 20-26. The original text in Latin is in the same volume, at pp. 13-20.