Signs of the Times #50

Signs of the Times #50


Pope Francis Calls For – A New World Order


Originally posted: June 20, 2015.


Quotes of the Times:

“In its social encyclicals of the twentieth century, the Roman Church-State has frequently called for world government.”  John W. Robbins, Ecclesiastical Megalomania, p. 187.


“Who does not see the necessity of thus establishing progressively a world authority, capable of acting effectively in the juridical and political sectors?”  Pope Paul VI, Populorum Progressio.


“It is precisely this hope and this concept of solidarity that must ever inspire all men and women – in working for a new world order…” John Paul II, Vatican, June 3, 2003, (


“We must construct a world community, with a corresponding authority, to serve the common good of the human family.”  Pope Benedict XVI, speech, Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, Dec. 3, 2012.


The Catholic Church hierarchy have always been promoting the necessity of world government (often called ‘The New World Order’), and with the recent publication (June 18, 2015) of Laudato si’ (‘Praise Be to You’), the Catholic Church has put this agenda on steroids.  In this new encyclical, the Pope has linked the necessity of a one world government with the survival of the planet and the human race due to climate change and other issues that affect the ‘common good.’  In other words, the Pope is claiming that if we do not create a one world government then we are not going to survive.  By making this claim, the Pope has cleverly harnessed the powerful environmental movement to assist in promoting what is essentially a Catholic policy for the benefit of the Catholic Church.  If a world government eventuates it will be the Catholic Church that runs it – and the ‘greenies’ will be partially responsible for putting it in charge.


The timing of this encyclical is not accidental.  The Pope is trying to influence the outcome, of three important UN meetings on climate change, scheduled for 2015: in July, September and December.  The Pope himself will be addressing the September meeting at UN headquarters in New York.  The Guardian Newspaper stated that the release was intended “to have maximum public impact” prior to the Pope’s major speech at the UN in September.
Undoubtedly, in New York, he will be elaborating on his plan and enlisting the aid of the world community to make it happen.


There is much that is worth commenting on in this encyclical – perhaps the most interesting point for those with an interest in Bible prophecy is the Pope’s idea of a ‘new start for the world’ by keeping Sunday as a day of rest. [This concept of keeping Sunday as a rest day and family day (closing all businesses) is also a favourite Catholic policy – extensively promoted and already popular with Trade Unions – which are becoming allies of the Catholic Church].  So, the Catholic Church already has support for its policies from the Trade Unions, now with the publication of Laudato si’ it is increasing its support base to include the environmental movement.


One interesting item is worth mentioning.  Why was an infamous climate change researcher by the name of Professor John Schellnhuber, one of the main speakers at the official launch of Laudato si’?  Schellnhuber is on record calling for the reduction of the earth’s population down to just 1 billion people (currently the world population is over 7 billion).  Is dramatic population reduction also part of the Pope’s plan to save the planet?  If it is – who will be those slated to be removed?  How will they be removed?


God bless,

Bruce Telfer.


Note: Modern day science has been both politicised and commercialized.  Most of the research done by modern day science is tainted by the ‘money’ that commissioned the research.  All scientists know that if they want more money, then, the results they produce need to be favourable to the ‘money’ that paid for the research.  Modern day science is no longer objective – he who pays the piper determines the tune.  This has a huge knock-on effect into all corners of society, especially the environmentalist movement.  The Pope is taking a huge risk when he allies himself to a movement where dodgy science prevails.

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