Another example of the bizarre narrative in Trad ciricles that Pope Benedict XVI was the “Katéchon":
Seewald: "However, according to Agamben, there is also the idea of the katechon...
kath.net: I beg your pardon?
Seewald: With regard to the 2nd letter of the apostle Paul to the Thessalonians, this means the principle of stopping. A term that is also interpreted as "hindrance", for something or for someone who stops the end of time. Benedict XVI had been something of a "restrainer," Agamben said. Against this background, his demission inevitably evoked a separation of the "beautiful" from the "black" Church, that span in which the wheat is separated from the chaff. A steep thesis. But the pope emeritus apparently saw it similarly. He had to stay on, he answered my question as to why he could not die. As a memorial to the authentic message of Jesus, as a light on the mountain. "In the end, Christ will be victorious," he added. Source
"Benedict XVI had been something of a "restrainer," What?
No. Benedict XVI was a Pope and certainly not the “Katéchon" found in the 2nd letter of the apostle Paul to the Thessalonians.
These men are ridiculous.
Are these the same men who at one time claimed that Pope Benedict XVI was the Bishop dressed in white in the Fatima Vision?