Pope Francis, continuing with the aggressive promotion of his candidacy for the presidency, or leadership, of the future new world government, bid farewell today to Iraq, celebrating a mass before more than 10,000 followers and curious in Erbil, the capital of Kurdistan. "Iraq will always be with me in my heart," he told them. Interspersing, as always, his mantra of socialist equality, he asked them to "work together in unity for a future of peace and prosperity that does not discriminate or leave anyone behind." The Pope's universal popularity is such that in a country mostly divorced from Christian and Catholic teachings, his speech was interrupted several times by the attendees' applauses.
Fratelli Tutti (We are all brothers), his last encyclical letter, mostly appeals to the international community to urge their governments to surrender all their powers to the United Nations to lead us to a New World Order which must be put in place now with an internationally recognized figure as leader of the organization and the world. He is not telling, but I am sure he has himself in mind. Fratelli Tutti isn't just directed to a multi-religious community. The Pope advocates for Catholics to unite behind a one-world government and surrender their individual beliefs to a worldwide religion and interests. The Pope contends that the globalization of the independent nation-states' economic and financial activities has weakened their powers. He believes that a new global governance system, controlled by one single entity, is the most suitable system to ensure worldwide prosperity and peace. He focuses the encyclical on capitalism's evils and promotes the communist Chinese system of government, which no other system will replace, disregarding its human rights violations. In his opinion, the moment is ripe for establishing a new economic order through a global government based on the Chinese model.
In addition to demonizing capitalism and free markets, Francis insists that to achieve "universal fraternity," the rule of law, as set by the New World Government, must be enforced among all nations as an "essential condition" for the New World Order to work. "The full application of international norms proves truly effective, and that failure to comply with them is detrimental," declares the Pope. In his own words, "it is essential to devise stronger and more efficiently organized international institutions, with functionaries who are appointed fairly by agreement among national governments, and empowered to impose sanctions." He went further to explain that these Chinese-modeled authorities must have the power to enforce the laws created to "provide for the global common good, the elimination of hunger and poverty and the sure defense of fundamental human rights." The United Nations, an organization lauded by the Pope, is the best candidate to reach the individual governments to surrender their powers to the globalist leadership. His enthusiasm for the United Nations acquiring global powers is not baseless; they would most certainly endorse him to lead this New World Government because Francis "contributes to reaching many of our objectives," declared António Guterres, the current Secretary-General of the organization.
It is evident to Francis that independent and democratic nation-states don't have enough power. Because of their many flaws, democracies are incompetent and unable to achieve the ambitious goals set by global governance. The United Nations, if elected to lead the world, must get "real teeth" to enforce the international laws needed to manage the new institutions and prevent them from having too much control over their citizens. Francis believes this could be done by surrendering the nations' sovereignty to the New World Government, which will prevent "cultural impositions or a restriction of the basic freedoms of weaker nations based on ideological differences." He concluded by saying that "anyone who thinks that the only lesson to be learned was the need to improve what we were already doing, or to refine existing systems and regulations, is denying reality."
He criticizes capitalism by claiming that it is not "the only solution to societal problems." He alleges that democracy and capitalism "do not resolve the inequality that gives rise to new forms of violence threatening the fabric of society." Without blushing, Francis endorsed communism as the successful way to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, blaming capitalism for all the disastrous policies conducive to the deaths caused by "lack of coordination in complex situations, lack of attention to fundamental human rights, and the critical needs of certain groups." The Pope blames the "magic theories" of free-market capitalism for the many failures we have seen through this crisis. Nationalist policies, applied in individual nations, prevent "complete and uniform obedience of the masses during a crisis;" accordingly, globalism is the answer to the pandemic. The Pope places all the blame on free-market capitalism. He wrote that "The fragility of world-systems in the face of the pandemic has demonstrated that not everything can be resolved by market freedom." As if it wasn't enough, the Pope endorses global vaccination despite the most recent versions of the vaccines carried within DNA-changing nanotechnology and, lately, aborted fetal cells. As if reading from a Democrat Party lines, he even rejected property rights.
This is not the first time the Pope wrote a blasphemous encyclical; in 2015, he issued "Laudato Si," where he called for "world government as the only way to solve the global warming crisis." He also wrote: "Enforceable international agreements are urgently needed since local authorities are not always capable of effective intervention… International and regional conventions exist, but fragmentation and the lack of strict regulation, control, and penalization undermine these efforts… What is needed, in effect, is an agreement on systems of governance for the whole range of so-called 'global commons.'" He also claimed that "trust and dialogue between people and between nations, in multilateralism, in the role of international organizations, and diplomacy as an instrument for appreciation and understanding, is indispensable for building a peaceful world."
Christianity and Catholicism are under attack by the forces of Chinese communism as never before; I have no doubts that this Pope is willing to sacrifice both on the altar of the new world order. His declared intention is to implement a One World Religion. I believed I demonstrated that Pope Francis is an apostate and a False Prophet. In Fratelli Tutti, he doesn't spread Jesus' message; instead, he promotes communism and a Chinese model to govern the world. I believe this Pope is one of the False Prophets the Bible warned us. There are no questions in my mind; Pope Francis is an agent of Satan.