Pope Francis Calls For One World Government, Attacks Border Walls and National Sovereignty
“Thus he said: ‘As for the fourth beast, there shall be a fourth kingdom on earth, which shall be different from all the kingdoms, and it shall devour the whole earth, and trample it down, and break it to pieces (Daniel 7:23)
Pope Francis, like other popes before him, desires global government. This was made clear in his call for globalism on Thursday, during a speech before the members of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences within the Apostolic Palace. Francis demanded that a new “supranational, legal constituted body” enforce the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (IE population control) and their climate change policies.
In other words, the United Nations isn’t globally powerful enough, and another global body is needed to govern the nations.
The plenary session was entitled “Nation, State, Nation-State,” and included speakers from within Romanism who demanded that all Nation States be governed by a global, one-world government. Speakers included Hans Joachim Schellnhuber, a Marxist and German climatologist who claimed that without global government the world’s climate would be irrevocably harmed and Cardinal Walter Kasper who spoke on Social Justice.
Rather than calling for the outright abolition of Nation States, the Pope insisted they all be subjected to external, global governing authorities.
The Pope said, “Individual nations must be given the power to operate as far as they can reach…[but] groups of neighboring nations — as is already the case — can strengthen their cooperation by attributing the exercise of certain functions and services to intergovernmental institutions that manage their common interests.”
Francis claimed that this global government was necessary to ensure the welfare of migrants and the “universal common good.”
Francis went on to deride nations that have border walls.
The Pope commented, “…The Church has warned persons, peoples and governments about deviations from this attachment when it is about excluding and hating others, when it becomes conflictual nationalism that builds walls, indeed even racism or anti-Semitism.”
He continued, “The Church observes with concern the re-emergence, almost everywhere in the world, of aggressive currents towards foreigners, especially immigrants, as well as that growing nationalism which neglects the common good.”
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