WARNING – THIS ARTICLE WAS FAST PUBLISHED – it may contain grammatical errors as well as general errors of language construction. We will clean it up later. Our goal was to get the content out before close of business on the east coast since the Papal visit is a hot and breaking news topic.
Pope Francis has a very unique style of rebuke and reprimand, that due to its softness of tone, goes largely unnoticed by the folks who do most of the talking in media. However, we here at IL Conservatore Media see it, and want to shine a light on those things that others have missed.
During his white house speech, by using the term immigrant (which the supreme court has not re-defined to also including invaders or illegal border crossers) and hitting the point about a nation BUILT by immigrants, when he said “As the son of an immigrant family, I am happy to be a guest in this country, which was largely built by such families” the Supreme Pontiff took a direct swipe at President Obama and the desire of his democratic party to flood the US with illegals that they can oppress by keeping them dependent on the government dole, while granting them amnesty, so that by remaining on the government dole they are not in a position to contribute to or build anything, so that his party can continuously garner votes in exchange for welfare and handouts. The same oppression the democrats have exercised against African Americans, but African Americans are seeing through the deception and many are leaving the democratic party in droves. With numbers of exploitable people thinning, the democratic party knows it will soon be in need of a new group of people to exploit – enter the extremely poor illegal border crossers.
In his speech at the UN, the Supreme Pontiff issued many veiled criticisms against the essence of the UN itself, which reeks of corruption when he issued a the following very subtle and veiled rebuke:
The International Financial Agencies should care for the sustainable development of countries and should ensure that they are not subjected to oppressive lending systems which, far from promoting progress, subject people to mechanisms which generate greater poverty, exclusion and dependence.
The above statement and ones like it directly attack not only predatory lending but also policies designed to keep people oppressed by by institutionally eliminating the incentive to work through the handing out of welfare and free government benefits. Hidden oppression of a people, designed to allow a political group to secure power through the vote.
The statement below is clear in its rebuke of the democratic party and of communist governments in general that seek to supplant the family and instead indoctrinate the children with its own belief system.
“This presupposes and requires the right to education – also for girls (excluded in certain places) – which is ensured first and foremost by respecting and reinforcing the primary right of the family to educate its children, as well as the right of churches and social groups to support and assist families in the education of their children. Education conceived in this way is the basis for the implementation of the 2030 Agenda and for reclaiming the environment.”
The following statement sharply yet subtly rebukes governments who attempt deny the right to labor and lodging in an attempt to control its citizens by providing money and benefits and in an attempt to de-incentivize work. The exact actions the democratic party has done since the 1960’s to create and maintain a permanent dependent class of people it can use to keep itself in power.
“At the same time, government leaders must do everything possible to ensure that all can have the minimum spiritual and material means needed to live in dignity and to create and support a family, which is the primary cell of any social development. In practical terms, this absolute minimum has three names: lodging, labor, and land; and one spiritual name: spiritual freedom, which includes religious freedom, the right to education and other civil rights.”
The Supreme Pontiff also issued a warning that cuts to the heart of and exposes to the world exactly the kind of organization the United Nations actually is, when he says the following:
For all this, the simplest and best measure and indicator of the implementation of the new Agenda for development will be effective, practical and immediate access, on the part of all, to essential material and spiritual goods: housing, dignified and properly remunerated employment, adequate food and drinking water; religious freedom and, more generally, spiritual freedom and education. These pillars of integral human development have a common foundation, which is the right to life and, more generally, what we could call the right to existence of human nature itself.
This may be his most scathing rebuke of the UN yet, considering that the UN is aligned with policies that promote population control, access to and promotion of abortion, as well as a tendency towards empowering political bodies with programs that are used to replace and supplant religion and family with government and an alternate world view.
I can go on forever, and may pen a second and third article to address the remaining portions of Pope Francis’ UN Address.
However until I do that, don’t let the tunnel vision of the anti-freedom agenda by the democratic party and the various media outlets that it controls tell you what the Pope said.
When you look closely, he didn’t say any of the things they claim. This pope, unlike his predicessors seems to speak very softly, in an almost PC (poltically correct) way, that even conservatives fell for it, until now. His non confrontational demeanor is the root cause of all the communication probelms that befall him and allow others to twist his message to suite their own agenda.
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Read the entire UN Spech here. Keep in mind it is spoken by a non-confrontational man who has no background or experience with US culture or the current American culture war. His Criticism is veiled and must be understood within the context of the entire speech and Roman Catholic theology.