In an address to the “World Government Summit” in the United Arab Emirates, Pope Francis touted “sustainable development.” He also offered his blessing to leading globalists from around the world and their agenda.
At the annual confab, top globalists from business, media, and government came together to advance their vision of a one-world system – and especially the United Nations Agenda 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. Communists and Islamists were prevalent at the World Government Summit, too.
And yes, the annual event, hosted by the Islamic dictatorship of the Arab Emirates, is really called the World Government Summit. And yes, it really does aim to facilitate the emergence of a global government.
For some perspective on the real agenda, consider that in 2017, the World Government Summit featured a replica of the Arch of the Temple of Ba’al. The demonic idol Ba’al, mentioned often in the Bible, is associated with child sacrifice.
Speaking to attendees — leaders of the United Nations, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, the European Union, and more were all there — the pope called on them to think about “what kind of world do we want to build together?”Obviously, the kind of world the pope wants to build involves more globalism and more socialism. “This question leads us to think of people and of persons rather than capital and economic interests,” he said, using Marxist-style rhetoric.
And then, the obligatory pseudo-environmentalism. “It is a question that does not look to tomorrow, but further into the future, to the responsibility weighing upon us: handing on this world of ours to those who will come after us, preserving it from environmental degradation,” he said.
The pope also celebrated so-called “sustainable development” — essentially a slick term to describe the UN’s totalitarian ideology of centralized control over everything — with “solidarity.”
“We could even say that the good, if it is not the common good, is not actually good,” the pope added, again using Marxist-style rhetoric.
Watch the pope’s speech to the World Government Summit here.
The speech to the globalist summit on the Arabian Peninsula last week took place shortly after the pope signed a controversial “interfaith” agreement with Grand Imam of Ahmed al-Tayeb of al-Azhar, who said he believes in executing Muslims who convert to Christianity.
Even Catholic scholars were shocked at the document. Lepanto Foundation President Roberto de Mattei, for example, argued that the pope’s comments and the text he signed “seems to overturn the doctrine of the Gospel.”
In particular, de Mattei expressed concern over the pontiff’s call for Christians and Muslims to enter the “ark of fraternity,” which he said was Masonic language. Speaking to the World Government Summit, the pope again spoke of “fraternity.”
Also troubling, de Mattei said, was the claim that religious “diversity” was “God’s will.”
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