The role of the Pope in the largest Christian denomination in the world has primarily been to be the spiritual leader, and speak on spiritual matters as the earthly ‘representative of Christ’. But as history has shown, many Roman Pontiffs have instead dedicated vast amounts of their lives to secular matters, and it appears that Pope Francis is no exception.
Before being elected Pope and changing his name to Francis, Jorge Mario Bergoglio was a Jesuit Cardinal residing in Argentina. And as a Jesuit, his background, education, and works were largely secular, and quite often involved earthly politics rather than a spiritual focus. And since his elevation to the highest office in the Catholic church in 2013, Pope Francis has emerged as a leader interested in achieving three key missions: A singular religious order putting Christendom, Judaism, and Isalm under one umbrella, a new economic order of wealth redistribution, and in what is expected to be a cornerstone declaration, an encyclical calling for a new world order to dictate climate change mandates for all countries, or as one analyst on the subject calls it, Agenda 21 on steroids.
The most anticipated papal letter for decades will be published in five languages on Thursday. It will call for an end to the ‘tyrannical’ exploitation of nature by mankind. Could it lead to a step-change in the battle against global warming?
Pope Francis will call for an ethical and economic revolution to prevent catastrophic climate change and growing inequality in a letter to the world’s 1.2 billion Catholics on Thursday.
In an unprecedented encyclical on the subject of the environment, the pontiff is expected to argue that humanity’s exploitation of the planet’s resources has crossed the Earth’s natural boundaries, and that the world faces ruin without a revolution in hearts and minds. The much-anticipated message, which will be sent to the world’s 5,000 Catholic bishops, will be published online in five languages on Thursday and is expected to be the most radical statement yet from the outspoken pontiff. – The Guardian
Agenda 21, global warming, and the myriad of fake crisis that have been generated in the 20th and 21st century reside at the core of a doctrine known as technocracy. Established during the second and third decades of the last century, its mission is for dominion over the people and environment by scientists and engineers, and was brought into the forefront in the 1970’s by a Polish born professor named Zbigniew Brzezinski, who published a book titled, Between Two Ages: America’s Role in the Technetronic Era.
Brzezinski would go on to create the Tri-Lateral Commission, and even take an unknown Governor from Georgia and get him elected President in 1976, who then took the newly created Commission and allowed it to infiltrate nearly every aspect of the government.
The Jesuit order has always been the secular and militant wing of the Catholic church for centuries, and have members throughout the world in politics (California Governor Jerry Brown), to leading astro-physicists like Guy Consolmagno, and now for the first time, as head of a church that rules over 1.2 billion people.
Global Warming, Climate Change, and Agenda 21 has never been about saving the earth from a climate and resource Bogeyman, but about a false doctrine to bring about a New World Order of absolute control and domination over mankind through the rule of technocracy. And with a charismatic voice such as that of Pope Francis, his new publication and encyclical will only add fuel to the fire for a showdown between those who desire to live in freedom, and those who are programmed to believe that global enslavement to an oligarchy of engineers is the only way to survive a fictionally created future.
Kenneth Schortgen Jr is a writer for Secretsofthefed.com, Examiner.com, Roguemoney.net, and To the Death Media, and hosts the popular web blog, The Daily Economist. Ken can also be heard Wednesday afternoons giving an weekly economic report on the Angel Clark radio show.