>>3194280>Why are the leftards objecting
Leftards are objecting due to his stance against fag marriage, women priesthood and similar modernist ideas (add celibacy to that). That's the only thing I support about him.
>why are the traditionalists objecting?
Traditionalists are objecting because of many reasons (mostly "modernism" and "being in the spirit of Vatican Council II"). Lefebvrists because he excommunicated (which was cancelled by Benedict XVI) them, sedevacantists and conclavists because according to them Pius XII was the last legit pope…
>Who are the Catholics wanting it to happen?
Mostly the mob shouting "Santo Subito" during his death. He have a common opinion of being Saint, this was even going to unallowed cult - various cultic images with him in Polish churches.
>Blasphemy according to whom?
According to the law of Catholic Church.
Sure, ecumenism (inter-Christian dialog) is approved and greatly encouraged (which I support), but not something like this.
>How did he get away with it?
About Koran thing - People say that he thought it's just an Arab literature, not Koran itself.
As for the praying with pagans and voodoo priests, honestly I have no idea. No Catholic was able to explain this to me.
The other controversy was him staying on the balcony with Pinochet (well, as he was a staunch anti-communist, so I would see nothing weird in it), but it was later explained that Pinochet fooled him.
>They obviously didn't think the EU was bad when he was Pope, so why would they have figured it out now?
I've read a lot of Priests complaining about European Union, but honestly I don't know what is the official stance of Church about it.
Consideric masonic origins of this institution it should be long time ago proclaimed as satanic.
>That's illegal? Doesn't Poland have free speech?
Most European countries don't have proper freedom of speech. Having views which are fascists, communist, national socialist or "other totalitarian" is illegal according to Polish law for example. Same goes for such imagery - In theory, in practice it's greatly ignored.