The Signs of the Times #53
The Papacy, America and United Nations
Originally posted, Sept. 10, 2015.
Quotes of the Times:
“Deep inside every man and woman is the longing for a far better world, a world without war, disease, death, and pain. Our present world is a cruel world in which every life ends in death. From the beginning of time Mankind has sought to use science and technology to create a perfect world, what some would call Utopia or Paradise. As the Human Race began to organize itself, a Scientific or Technocratic Elite rose to power by promising the masses that they could build this perfect world. Ancient Babylon represented the first historical attempt to build paradise on earth.” Paul McGuire and Troy Anderson, authors of ‘The Babylon Code: Solving the Bible’s Greatest End-Times Mystery.’
“For when they shall say; Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them…” 1 Thessalonians 5:3. KJV.
“And through his policy also he shall cause craft to prosper in his hand (he will be a master of deception); and he shall magnify himself in his heart, and by peace shall destroy many…” Daniel 8:25. KJV.
In recent times, the papal power has become a juggernaut – it is like a snowball, rolling downhill, picking up substantial mass and momentum. And it will, gather unto itself, even more support, when it rolls into the American cities of Washington D.C., New York and Philadelphia at the end of this month.
The papal agenda has already acquired the support of the world’s labour unions with its frequent calls for a ‘family friendly’ – ‘let the workers have at least one day of the week free’ policy, by the means of legalizing Sunday sacredness. In addition, the papal agenda has also won the support of the environmentalist movement with the publication of ‘Laudato Si’ which outlines the papal, ‘let’s fix’ the planet policy.
Pope Francis’ visit to America is going to be very much in the same vein as Julius Caesar’s historic visit to ancient Britain: “I came, I saw, I conquered.” This papal visit will be making history. For the first time ever, a Roman Catholic Pope, will address the Congress of America. He will be applauded, eulogised and feted, in Protestant America – if the founders of the America Republic had lived to see this day, they would be alarmed, outraged and afraid.
Having conquered Congress, the Pope will move on to the United Nations. The Pope’s visit to the UN coincides with the publication of a new UN initiative called ‘Transforming Our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development’ – described in the first paragraph as a ‘new universal agenda’ (which is a revamped and updated version of a previous UN policy called Agenda 21). The nations of the world are soon going to vote this ‘transformation of our world’ into official international policy, which means that, each member nation of the UN is committed to implement the policy in their countries. The purpose of the Pope’s visit, to the UN, is to endorse this agenda and by doing so, he enlists yet another powerful ally to the cause of his own Roman Catholic/Jesuit agenda.
When one reads these policy agendas issued by the Papacy, the UN and other Governments and institutions they most often read as if utopia, peace and prosperity are just around the corner. But the reality is far different. The key phrase in all of these documents is ‘sustainable development’ – what does sustainable development mean? And who decides what is sustainable and what is not? Do you decide what is sustainable, through participating in a democratic process? No! Of course you don’t. What is sustainable and what is not, will be determined by the Pope and enforced by his new found friends in the UN, the American Congress and other governments, and armies of faceless bureaucrats around the world.
And what does ‘sustainable development’ mean? It means that all ‘the powers that be’ from the Pope down, will now have an open license to interfere in all aspects of human life, even the most intimate of human activities. For example, we already hear about the unsustainable use of fossil fuels, so that will have to be ‘fixed.’ We already hear about the unsustainable use of water, so that will have to be ‘fixed.’ We already hear about the unsustainable growth of the world’s population, so that will have to be ‘fixed’ etc. etc. Then there are the unsustainable issues that we have not even heard about yet. But as soon as the deal is done we will soon hear a lot about them as well. The ultimate goal, is ultimate control – and for no development at all (or minimal). [If world population is reduced further development would not be necessary].
The scariest part of this 2030 Agenda is how they propose to ‘fix’ all these unsustainable issues – one thing is for sure, the ‘fix’ will not include an increase in individual rights, liberties or freedom. The ‘fixes’ will not prosper the cause of democratic government. The main beneficiary will be the papal power.
After conquering at the UN the papal juggernaut moves to Philadelphia where further conferences and meetings are scheduled to add yet more mass and momentum to the juggernaut that is the Papacy. Soon the world en masse, will be praising the pope (whoever he might be) as the saviour of the world. And why not? After all, is he not Christ on earth (according to Catholic teaching)?