There’s no disputing the fact that Pope Francis’ address to the gathering of politically corrupt, self-serving slime, a joint session of Congress, was part of a year-long anti-American, Marxist public relations effort. Anyone who doubts that reality either isn’t paying attention or needs to become more familiar with the deadly theories advanced by lifelong social pariah and malcontent Karl Marx and his parasitic host, Friedrich Engels.
In his speech before Congress, Francis delivered a densely packed message of global wealth redistribution, transferred from the United States to the rest of the world. It most surely must have had his comrades in Cuba beaming with pride. He also touched on our associated submission to the United Nations.
Francis said, “How much has been done in these first years of the twelfth millennium, to raise people out of extreme poverty? I know that you share my conviction that much more still needs to be done and in times of crisis and economic hardship as [inaudible] of global solidarity must not be lost.” Global financial solidarity is wealth redistribution.
It is, we must assume by the fact that the message is being given to the United States legislature, in Francis’ opinion, the job of Americans to lift the rest of the world out of poverty, having not done enough in the “first years.” If we don’t shape up, he’s going to start handing our property out to others for us. In fact, he probably plans to do that regardless of what the American people might decide to do or not to do or what kind of shape we’re in.
He encourages Congress to keep in mind all of those people around them who are trapped in a cycle of poverty. Not the American people who are immediately around them, the ones they should be taking care of, but the foreign invaders as well as those in far away nations.
They “need to be given hope,” says Francis, which is equivalent with giving them money. Of course, he’s not sending them any of the Vatican’s “hard earned” money, he’s going to be taking ours, through a climate tax. “The fight against poverty and hunger must be fought constantly and on many fronts,” he says. One is our open front door at the border and we’ve also got that open refugee side door at the State Department. Just don’t knock on the Vatican door, it’s locked, they’ve closed the curtains and shut off the TV; pretending nobody’s home.
His Marxist arm-twisting soon gets more direct and to the point, with him saying, “It goes without saying that part of this great effort is the creation and distribution of wealth. The right use of natural resources [Ours, to be decided by the Pope, Obama and their UN cronies], the proper application of technology and the harnessing of the spirit of enterprise are essential elements of an economy which seeks to be modern, inclusive and sustainable.
What really goes without saying is that this Pope and his cabal-mates are positioning themselves to be the overlords making those decisions. The creation and distribution of wealth is global Marxism, along the lines of the creed popularized by Marx of “From each according to his ability, to each according to his need.” They’ll be the ones determining ability and need and putting their filthy, lustful fingers on our property in the process.
They’ll also be distributing the revenue and other assorted benefits of our natural resources, such as oil and gas, oil revenue or sales of crops from our collective farms of the near future. It’s also worth noting that he advocated for the harnessing of the spirit of enterprise, not releasing the power of free enterprise. We’ll all be being fitted for harnesses soon, with blinders for the rank ones among us.
He also used the terminology of the global government oligarchy at the UN, “inclusive,” meaning equally distributed to all, and sustainable, as in Agenda 21 and the life of universal austerity that we will suffer under their authoritarian rule.
Of course, rather than being outraged, the gathering of know-nothings and criminals in the chamber applauded his calls for the demise of the free society of the people they were hired to represent.
The global dictator-to-be then throws the American people a small bone, describing business as a “noble vocation.” So this is what it feels like to be nobility; it’ overrated. He sees it as worthwhile when it is “directed towards producing wealth and to improving the world.” He adds, “It can be a fruitful source of prosperity from the area in which it operates, especially if it sees the creation of jobs as an essential part of its service to the common good.”
The last words of that sentence partially expose what he’s up to. The purpose of a business, in the opinion of the Marxist Pope, is to perform its service, its duty, if you will, to the good of the collective, or as he phrased it, the common good.
The mutton heads in attendance once again applauded his calling for global communism. They’re idiots and traitors and the fact that they are our leaders and representatives indicates just how much trouble we’re in. Pope Francis doesn’t have the power to inflict his agenda upon us directly.
He needs proxies, such as otherwise useless trained seals obediently applauding and enacting laws on command. They, along with the criminal subversive in the White House, are the true threat to our survival as a free nation.
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