On September 25, 2015, speaking at the UN Special Summit on Sustainability from the banker-built UN headquarters in New York City, Pope Francis will effectively dissolve the Catholic Church and announce the creation of a New Religious World Order. This new religious order will emerge from the incremental dilution and co-mingling of all existing major religions, and it will purport to deify the common God that Francis says all religions share: Sustainability.
Francis’ Catholic Church, Inc. will market this new, merged, global religion under the existing Sustainable brand. It’s a smart (pun intended) branding decision: Sustainable has no scientific nor legal definition, yet it has been the justification for an avalanche of allegedly science-based, totalitarian international and national “soft” law, so it already has market share. Also, Sustainable, like God, means whatever the people who use it say it means and it doesn’t need to withstand scientific scrutiny. That makes Sustainable the perfect hook on which to hang a new, terrestrial, pragmatic global religion.
The biggest benefit of the new religion to the globalizers is that it will immediately and irreversibly place the UN firmly in control of the passage of all future local, national and international law. This Apocalyptic Truth is revealed in Sustainability’s latest Bible, Transforming Our World: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which builds on UN Agenda 21, the grotesque Marxist ideology that national sovereignty is evil and that private ownership of anything — from land to a broken ball point pen — and middle class lifestyles are un-Sustainable.
Once ratified later this month, this new canon will give the UN final say over all UN members’ lawmaking based on the UN clergy’s arbitrary metric for suitable level of adherence to sustainability. The other term for approving every new law made in the world is global governance.
e.g. From its preamble:
“All countries and all stakeholders, citing in collaborative partnership, will implement this plan.”
Note the word will.
“5. …These are universal goals and targets which involve the entire world, developed and developing countries alike. They are integrated and indivisible and balance the three dimensions of development …
“8. … We envisage a world of universal respect for human dignity, the rule of law, justice, equality and non-discrimination : of respect for race, ethnicity and cultural diversity; and of equal opportunity permitting the full realization of human potential and contributing to shared prosperity. …”
Francis, who doesn’t appeal fazed by promoting a new totalitarian global agenda that offers protection for just about every freedom except religious freedom, primed the market for his re-branded Salvation in his recent encyclical, in which he strategically relays God’s latest whisper to Mankind: God has decreed that questioning the manmade climate change narrative is heresy and a sin.
“For human beings… to destroy the biological diversity of God’s creation; for human beings to degrade the integrity of the earth by causing changes in its climate …– these are sins”. (See this)
Francis’ tells us that Mankind can only be saved by accepting into our hearts no other master than Sustainability, and no other spiritual destination than the creation of the new Eden of a sustainable one-world government.
As a (lapsed) survivor of both a convent and Catholic School, I’ve invested a lot of Hail Mary’s and Our Father’s in my time to keep my Jesus slate clean without ever giving a thought to Photoshopped pictures of Polar Bears clinging grimly to imaginary melting ice floes. Do I now have to repent for not accepting Warmism as God’s revealed Truth? Is Warmism a new part of Christian canon? Or was Christianity always a subset of Warmist dogma, and the nuns who raised me in the 1960s just forgot to mention it? Under this new regime, do I even still have my Soul? This is a fair question, since Francis’ lengthy pro-Warmist encyclical affords the Human Soul merely a single mention.
Francis, like Henry VIII, has been labeled by some a “reformer” of the Catholic Church. Whatever label we append to him, he has clearly done some pretty nutty things when judged by historical Papal standards. For example he has, apparently on a whim, nullified the most fundamental of all Biblical claims that God created the Universe, and that He did so in seven days, because, as Francis says, God simply doesn’t have the power to work such “magic.” I’m not sure that most Catholics will appreciate Francis comparing God to David Blaine. Nor will they appreciate Francis’ nonchalant shoulder-shrugging “admission” that there is no conflict between the Big Bang/evolution, and seven-day Creationism. Although, some might welcome his Papal special sale: forgiveness for abortion, offer available for just one year!
We could be forgiven for thinking that Francis is getting away Scot free with this Catholic inversion. Certainly, if there is any serious Catholic internecine dissent towards Francis’ re-branding of Catholicism as Sustainability, then we’re probably not going to hear about it from a mainstream media that is owned by the same global banking folk who are likely pulling Francis’ strings.
Personally, I think Francis, the Jesuit cuckoo in the Vatican nest, is no more than a sordid, common-or-garden New World Order functionary, who has been given a filthy job to do, and who is faithfully and gleefully rolling in that filth because, like all technocratic globalizers, he’s an amoral person promoting an inhuman agenda.
So, why would Francis want to declare the coming of the Kingdom of God contingent upon an unquestioning global acceptance of Sustainability and on the ascendancy of bankers to totalitarian world governance? Why are the World Bank and the Vatican merging? Doesn’t the Bible tell us that Jesus threw a major moody in a temple to banish this self-same class of money lenders from God’s house? One of Francis’ predecessors seemed to have his head screwed on properly over the existential threat to the world of unfettered money lenders:
“… hence come the iniquitous disturbance of affairs and the unequal division of “possessions, as a result of which the wealth of nations is heaped up in the hands of a very few private men, who – as We warned you last year, in Our Encyclical Letter Quadragesimo anno – control the trade of the whole world at their will, thereby doing immense harm to the people.”
The answer to these questions and to why Francis has decided to bat for the other team is annoyingly simple: Francis and the austerity-mad World Bank share exactly the same goal to impoverish and disenfranchise the entire planet to the benefit of a tiny, moneyed few. As Francis tells us:
“Each community can take from the bounty of the earth whatever it needs for subsistence, but it also has the duty to protect the earth and to ensure its fruitfulness for coming generations.” (See this)
Here’s a pretty common definition of “subsistence“:
a : the minimum (as of food and shelter) necessary to support life
Francis, by playing the role of the good Jesuit, wants developed nations to degrade themselves to a level of subsistence. And he wants them to do this while they are paying global carbon taxes to the World Bank. What Francis and the World Bank want, the UN wants, too: they are the latter day Holy Trinity.
Not surprisingly, there are enough truly stupid people in the world who will continue to be beguiled by the glitter of empty words describing the moral rebalancing of wealth, eradicating poverty, of a one-world community at peace with itself. And the most dangerously stupid of them will buy into the Marx-friendly Sustainable lie, even as they lose their identity, their democracy, their nation, their home, their family, their religion and, ultimately, their faith in their own beauty and purpose as a free individual placed on this Earth to thrive, as any true Creator would want them to.
I suppose the question that we need to ask ourselves very soon is: Should we take these warnings seriously?
Is the Pope Catholic!?