In an extensive interview that will be published as a book this Tuesday, March 16, Pope Francis spoke of a post-pandemic world scenario where humanity will have to embrace a “new world order” with aggressively environmentalist policies and the supposed elimination of social injustice, a term used by the left to enact laws that allow them to take away people’s wealth and take over private property.
The interview, which is titled “God the World to Come,” the highest authority of the Catholics expressed his vision of a new world order, a concept that so far remains a conspiracy theory in mainstream media but has gained strength as leaders such as the pope or politicians are giving it a definition.
“We can heal injustice by building a new world order based on solidarity, studying innovative methods to eradicate bullying, poverty, and corruption … all working together … to provide health care for all,” Francis said.
The concept of a new world order implies a globalist government running all nations, without borders, with a single religion, a kind of authoritarian communism where an elite will decide for the rest of the world.
Health care for all
In the pope’s statements, terms like “health care for all,” “eradicate bullying and poverty” are very often used by leftist political leaders in their attempts to gain the support of the masses.
The ‘green’ obsession
Regarding “green” policies another aspect of current progressivism, the pope said that there are already “popular movements” that “are trying to concretize a new way of looking at our common home: no longer as a warehouse of resources to be exploited, but a sacred garden to be loved and respected, through sustainable behaviors.”
The concepts of “sacred garden to be loved and respected’ are the same ones used by Al Gore to create the “climate change” movement that created a fanaticism that worships “mother earth” at the expense of human life.
“If we don’t roll up our sleeves and immediately take care of the Earth, with radical personal and political choices, with an economic ‘green’ turn by directing technological developments in this direction, sooner or later our common home will throw us out the window. We cannot waste any more time,” the pope warned.
No borders, no nation
Pope Francis also attacked the idea of nationalism or love for one’s homeland, the identity of people as a people, something the globalists wish to eradicate.
“United in fraternity, humanity is able to face common threats, without any more counterproductive mutual recriminations, instrumentalization of problems, shortsighted nationalism, protectionist propaganda, isolationism, and other forms of political selfishness.”
The pope also espoused the questionable idea of a macho world by saying that women should not “not be discriminated against in terms of pay and work, or with the loss of work because they are women,” an idea that has been widely discredited, since salaries are generally awarded on the basis of performance and ability, not gender.
Distribution of wealth
Another socialist concept mentioned by the pope in his interview, repeated by many progressives is the famous “distribution of wealth” with which authoritarian governments take money from the upper classes, supposedly to give it to the poorest, instead of seeking to generate work for everyone to earn a living.
“By changing the lifestyles that drive millions of people, especially children, into the grip of hunger, we will be able to lead a more austere existence that would make a fair distribution of resources possible. This does not mean diminishing some people’s rights in order to drive downward leveling, but rather involves guaranteeing more and broader rights to those who currently have none,” Pope Francis declared.
Prosperity cannot be achieved with mundane laws
Certainly, for a truly religious or spiritual person to think that everything depends on legislating to change the world, or that the solution lies in taking money from the rich to give it to the poor, or blindly worshipping the earth at the cost of sacrificing human life, is a clear manifestation of a lack of faith.
True believers believe and have faith that only by being virtuous people and following divine teachings will provide man with prosperity and harmony.