Sponsored LinksDuring a recent speech he made before the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace in Rome on December 3, Pope Benedict XVI, the current leader of the Roman Catholic Church, called for what can only be described as a unified world government, which he dubbed a “new evangelization of society” that aligns with the spirit of visions brought forth by previous popes.
While addressing the council, Pope Benedict XVI made numerous references to this “new evangelization” as an integral part of the Roman Catholic Church’s world mission. And when defining what this phrase actually means, Pope Benedict XVI spoke about how individualism must be transformed into a type of communalism marked by interconnectedness and “family formation” on a global scale.
Part of this entails the “construction of a world community,” as translated from the original speech, which was given in Italian. And to guide this world community will be a “corresponding authority” whose purpose it is to serve and promote the “common good of the human family.” In other words, a “New World Order,” in no uncertain terms, is the ultimate goal of the Roman Catholic Church.
Pope Benedict XVI is not interested in just any New World Order, however. He made it clear that the Roman Catholic Church’s responsibility is to guide those who are actually bringing about this world government in how to promote an “anthropological and ethical framework around the common good.” Along with this, will be a comprehensive reform of the corrupt international monetary and financial systems, of course in line with Roman Catholic doctrines.
Such language may initially sound benevolent to some, but what does it all really mean? Based on the Roman Catholic Church’s sordid history of consolidating power and mandating its religion on societies through a blending of church and state, it is hard to call such a proposition by Pope Benedict XVI anything other than a call for a dictatorial New World Order guided and controlled by the Roman Catholic Church.
“These latest remarks made by the Pope and the Catholic Church come as no surprise considering that in 2010 the Catholic Church sought the establishment of a new Central World Bank that would be responsible for regulating the global financial industry and the international money supply,” wrote Andrew Puhanic from Activist Post about Pope Benedict XVI’s latest speech.
“It was reported (back in 2011) that the Vatican sought ‘a supranatural authority’ which would have worldwide scope and ‘universal jurisdiction’ to guide and control global economic policies and decisions.” (http://www.infowars.com/vatican-calls-for-central-world-bank/)
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