'Blasphemous' Pope Calls for Global Governance
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Pope Francis has yet again signalled his support for a global technocratic One World Government. He has written to the World Bank and International Monetary Fund at their spring meeting, calling for “global governance” in light of COVID-19, strongly advocating for universal vaccines, and bemoaning the “ecological debt” which is owed to “nature itself.”
This is the latest in a series of recent acts in which Francis has aligned himself with global corporations committed to a deeply anti-Christian agenda.
The letter was sent to the spring 2021 meeting between the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), which is currently being held online from April 5 - 11. It mentioned God just once, in the final line.
Instead, Francis focussed on calling for a system of global government which would push a new order upon the world, based upon climate change policies, neo-Marxist fantasies of 'equity' and universal vaccination.
Francis declared that the world had been forced to “confront a series of grave and interrelated socio-economic, ecological, and political crises.” He repeated the claim that COVID has shown how “no one is saved alone,” and hence “new and creative forms of social, political and economic participation” must be drawn up.
Quoting from his recent encyclical Fratelli Tutti, which has been described as “blasphemous” by Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, Francis mentioned “trust” as the “cornerstone of all relationships,” a point which he believed the World Bank and IMF would “know well” due to being “experts in finance and economics.”
Francis also repeated his call for a fundamental shift in global politics, saying: “there remains an urgent need for a global plan that can create new or regenerate existing institutions, particularly those of global governance, and help to build a new network of international relations for advancing the integral human development of all peoples.”
He went on to shill for the World Economic Forum's plans to make taxpayers and consumers in the developed world pay for their 'Great Reset':
“I believe that the financial industry, which is distinguished by its great creativity, will prove capable of developing agile mechanisms for calculating this ecological debt, so that developed countries can pay it, not only by significantly limiting their consumption of non-renewable energy or by assisting poorer countries to enact policies and programmes of sustainable development, but also by covering the costs of the innovation required for that purpose.”
Closing his letter, Francis repeated his wish for a new revolution of 'fraternity', underpinned by a focus on green policies, urging the World Bank and IMF to develop solutions for “a more inclusive and sustainable future.”
It would be a future “where finance is at the service of the common good, where the vulnerable and the marginalized are placed at the centre, and where the earth, our common home, is well cared for.”
There was no mention in the letter of Christ, the Catholic Church or the Catholic teaching on the common good.