Is apostate pope ‘colluding’ with apostate Catholic Joe Biden to influence U.S. presidential election?
October 9, 2020
Pope Francis, in his newly released encyclical, Fratelli Tutti [Brothers All], has placed the cherry on top of more than a half-century of false Vatican teaching about non-Christian religions.
Fratelli Tutti, released Oct. 3, exactly one month before the U.S. presidential election, slams the American system of free enterprise and individual freedom while holding up socialistic collectivism as the best path forward for the world. Francis seems thankful for the arrival of COVID-19, which he sees as a catalyst for global power elites to launch their “Great Reset,” another name for the United Nations Agenda for Sustainable Development [called the Green New Deal in America].
“The Covid-19 pandemic momentarily revived the sense that we are a global community, all in the same boat, where one person’s problems are the problems of all. Once more we realized that no one is saved alone; we can only be saved together.”
This continues Francis’s pattern of pandering to anti-Catholic, anti-Christian globalist elites. He chose Jeffrey Sachs as the Vatican’s chief advisor on sustainable development. Sachs, an American economist, is considered one of the world’s top proponents of abortion as a means of population control. At a Vatican conference on social sciences in February, he delivered a scathing rebuke of America under President Donald Trump, saying the U.S. operates on the basis of “thuggery” and “lawlessness.” Trump’s re-election would make America “absolutely dangerous” to the world order, he said, and must be stopped at all cost. [see video of Sach’s anti-America, anti-Trump tirade below]
What Sachs was really saying is that Trump is dangerous to the New World Order that was on course to be completed by 2030.
Now Pope Francis is doing everything he can to align governments and religions with the New World Order.
To understand Rome’s role in the creation of a one-world religion requires a bit of history.
The idea that men of all religious backgrounds are somehow “brothers,” and all the various gods of the world have something good to offer would have been foreign to any pope prior to 1958. Popes were always fiercely anti-communist, anti-Islam and anti-Free Masonry.
That all changed in 1965, as the Second Vatican Council came to a close and Pope Paul VI gave his blessing to Nostra Aetate, a document that may have seemed innocuous at the time. The purpose of Nostra Aetate was ostensibly to patch up the historically rocky relationships that Catholics had with Judaism and Islam. But the document went beyond a simple apology for Catholic excesses in dealing with the world’s other two monotheistic religions.
Here’s what the Catholic theologians who wrote Nostra Aetata had to say about Islam:
“The Church regards with esteem also the Moslems. They adore the one God, living and subsisting in Himself; merciful and all-powerful, the Creator of heaven and earth,(5) who has spoken to men; they take pains to submit wholeheartedly to even His inscrutable decrees, just as Abraham, with whom the faith of Islam takes pleasure in linking itself, submitted to God. Though they do not acknowledge Jesus as God, they revere Him as a prophet.”
The insinuation in the above quote is that Catholics and Muslims worship the same God.
Just as theologians have watered down what it means to be a Catholic and a Christian, politicians and academics have watered down what it means to be an American. Hence, in the name of diversity and tolerance, we have become more divided as a nation and a people.
Just as Americans rarely read the Constitution, few Catholics read papal encyclicals and Vatican documents.
While the faithful’s eyes were diverted elsewhere, their church leaders had made a subtle but profound shift away from traditional Catholic doctrine. As radical as it was, this new teaching that other religions were equally valid and worthy of respect came cloaked in a language of love and brotherhood. But it opened the door to further blurring of the lines between Christian and non-Christian religions. And none of the popes since Paul VI have felt the need to turn back the clock. By the time Francis arrived on the scene in 2013, the table was set for him to advance a one-world religion that picks and chooses elements from all of the world’s different faiths.
While offering an olive branch to an enemy may sound nice on the surface, there’s a reason for the old adage that “you can’t make a deal with the devil without losing your soul.”
Satan always presents his lies by making sure that some truth is baked into the deal. As soon as you agree to negotiate with someone under the influence of demonic powers, you have already lost, even if your original intentions were good.
So if the seeds of apostasy were planted in 1965, they came into full bloom in February 2019, when Pope Francis signed an interfaith peace pact with Sunni Islam’s most authoritative imam, Sheikh Ahmed al-Tayeb. The document declared that “God wills” a “plurality” and a “diversity of religions.” The two religious leaders arrived at the signing ceremony in Abu Dhabi “hand in hand in a symbol of interfaith brotherhood.”
Francis basically took Nostra Aetate to the next level. If Pope Paul VI decided to open the windows of the Vatican to the doctrines of false religions, France invited the grand master of those worldly doctrines, Lucifer, to sit on his throne. This is an abomination that is causing desolation throughout the Catholic Church and to the extent that various evangelical leaders have embraced similar efforts, figures like Rev. Bob Roberts of Northwood Church in Dallas and Leith Anderson, head of the National Association of Evangelicals, their churches will also be wrapped into the global anti-Christ one-world religion that will deceive many and play a role in the persecution of those Christians who remain true to the original Gospel of Christ.
In 2007-2008, 281 Christian pastors and scholars from both the Catholic and Protestant denominations signed on to embrace the “A Common Word Between Us and You” open letter that was submitted by 138 Muslim leaders around the world. They agreed to work together to respect each other’s faith.
So with the above globalist momentum in full swing, let’s examine the pope’s latest encyclical and how it reveals his full-throttle support of socialism over capitalism, globalism over national sovereignty, and religious syncretism over the exclusivity of the Christian faith providing the answers to how humanity can be saved from sin and death.
Francis wants more power for international bodies such as the UN
“The 21st century, he writes, “is witnessing a weakening of the power of nation-states, chiefly because the economic and financial sectors, being transnational, tend to prevail over the political. Given this situation, 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”. When we talk about the possibility of some form of world authority regulated by law, we need not necessarily think of personal authority. Still, such authority ought to promote more effective world organizations, equipped with the power to provide for the global common good, eliminate hunger and poverty, and the sure defense of fundamental human rights.”
Francis pleas for end to national sovereignty
“Nowadays, a firm belief in the common destination of the earth’s goods requires that this principle also be applied to nations, their territories, and their resources. Seen from the standpoint not only of the legitimacy of private property and the rights of its citizens but also of the first principle of the common destination of goods, we can then say that each country also belongs to the foreigner, inasmuch as a territory’s goods must not be denied to a needy person coming from elsewhere.
“This presupposes a different way of understanding relations and exchanges between countries. If every human being possesses an inalienable dignity, if all people are my brothers and sisters, and if the world truly belongs to everyone, then it matters little whether my neighbor was born in my country or elsewhere.”
Individualism is a ‘virus’ that must be eradicated
“Individualism does not make us more free, more equal, more fraternal. The mere sum of individual interests is not capable of generating a better world for the whole human family. Nor can it save us from the many ills that are now increasingly globalized. Radical individualism is a virus that is extremely difficult to eliminate, for it is clever.”
Francis attacks private property as antithetical to Christian doctrine
In the first Christian centuries, a number of thinkers developed a universal vision in their reflections on the common destination of created goods. This led them to realize that if one person lacks what is necessary to live with dignity, it is because another person is detaining it….
For my part, I would observe that “the Christian tradition has never recognized the right to private property as absolute or inviolable, and has stressed the social purpose of all forms of private property.” The principle of the common use of created goods is the “first principle of the whole ethical and social order”; it is a natural and inherent right that takes priority over others.
Francis suggests capitalism is a failure
“The marketplace, by itself, cannot resolve every problem, however much we are asked to believe this dogma of neoliberal faith. Whatever the challenge, this impoverished and repetitive school of thought always offers the same recipes. Neoliberalism simply reproduces itself by resorting to the magic theories of “spillover” or “trickle” — without using the name — as the only solution to societal problems. There is little appreciation of the fact that the alleged “spillover” does not resolve the inequality that gives rise to new forms of violence threatening the fabric of society. It is imperative to have a proactive economic policy directed at “promoting an economy that favors productive diversity and business creativity” and makes it possible for jobs to be created and not cut.”
The real target: Trump and America
Though not mentioning him by name, the timing of this encyclical, one month before a pivotal Nov. 3 presidential election, suggests that the pope’s target is none other than President Trump.
Francis said some politicians “seek popularity by appealing to the basest and most selfish inclinations of specific sectors of the population” while creating policies that spread “hatred and fear towards other nations.”
As I pointed out in my last article, Fratelli Tutti uses COVID-19 as justification for the Great Reset of the global economic and social order. In this encyclical, Francis announces to the world whose side he is on [in case any are still not aware]. He has aligned the Vatican with the United Nations 2030 Agenda, the International Monetary Fund, Bill Gates, George Soros and the World Economic Forum. This marks the triumvirate of globalist bodies at war against America and its historic respect for individual rights granted by God, where individual sovereignty marks be core underpinning of our national sovereignty. In order to take a quantum leap toward global government, these entities – the Vatican, UN, WEF and IMF, among others, must bring down America with its strong middle class. They are simply too independent-minded to accept global government and must be crushed.
That’s where COVID and the election of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris comes into play. Once America goes globalist and socialist, the rest of the nations will fall like dominoes. At least that’s the plan.
Leo Hohmann is an independent journalist, unbound by any advertisers or corporate sponsors. If you appreciate his perspective on world events and value his reporting, please consider supporting this website with a donation of any size.