Pope Francis: 10 Years of A New Kind of Pope

Pope Francis greets pilgrims from the popemobile in St. Peter’s Square on March 8, 2023. | Daniel Ibáñez/CNA

March 13th, 2023 marked the 10-year anniversary of the election of Pope Francis as the leader of the Catholic Church.

He is the first Jesuit priest to become pope.

From the beginning of his papacy, Pope Francis claims to have prioritized serving the poor and marginalized. He has criticized the excesses of capitalism, the growing wealth gap and has advocated for policies that address inequality and poverty.

The pope has also focused his efforts on making a strong push for global sustainability —the world-wide effort to "save the planet" from the destructive efforts of its human inhabitants. Blaming wasteful consumerism and selfish profiteering, he declares that the world is in a mess, and he knows how to fix it.

In his 2015 encyclical (papal letter) on the environment, he pushed the plan for a happy world where everyone loves everyone and mother earth, too. No one is allowed to have too much so that everyone can have enough. He stated that climate change is:

"...a global problem with grave implications: environmental, social, economic, political, and for the distribution of goods."

He also criticized the overconsumption and waste of resources by developed countries and called for a shift to a more sustainable and equitable economic model.

His underlying assumption is that there must be some kind of global authority with the power to enforce harmony and peace to ensure that all injustice and intolerance is eliminated.

The pope has chosen the issue of global warming as the supreme danger to mother earth. Ignoring the ongoing debate about the cause, he declares it to be settled science that man's industrial and technological progress is primarily to blame.

So, what else are the Jesuits up to?

California's former governor, Jesuit-trained Jerry Brown, attended a Vatican conference of mayors hosted by the pope. While there he was also welcomed by the former "black pope", Jesuit General Adolfo Nicolás, who has since died. The topic of discussion centered around Pope Francis' campaign to stop global warming.

Francis told the mayors that the United Nations needed to speed up its efforts against climate change saying:

“The U.N. needs to take a strong position on this.”

Brown had harsh words for climate change skeptics, saying:

“We have very powerful opposition that, in at least my country, spends billions on trying to keep from office people such as yourselves and elect troglodytes and other deniers of the obvious science.”

In the process, Brown and other attendees signed a declaration stating that human induced climate change is a scientific reality, and its effective control is a moral imperative for humanity.

A significant dissenting voice is former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott who has consistently resisted getting involved in “global climate change politics.” Abbott's economic advisor, Maurice Newman, stated flatly that the UN was using false models showing sustained temperature increases to end democracy and impose authoritarian rule.

He explained further, saying:

“The real agenda is concentrated political authority. Global warming is the hook. It's about a new world order under the control of the UN and it is opposed to capitalism and freedom and has made environmental catastrophism a household topic to achieve its objective.”

Besides UN control of the economy, the pope's “Christian” solution in his encyclical is for everyone, under his leadership, to worship Rome's wafer god and Virgin Mary goddess. This further proves that the pope is not Christian, but, since idol worship and goddesses are common in all major religions, they will be another common denominator for the coming one-world religion.

Instead of seeing the bad weather as God's judgment and repenting, the world is pushed to believe the lie that man is to blame and falling for Satan's trap of world government. The Bible shows that a false Christ will rise up to solve the problems that sin has caused. And he will do it by controlling the economy with everyone having a mark before they can buy or sell.

So, it is not surprising that the false Christ in the Vatican wants to put the UN in control of the economy. And the threat of climate change is his tool to get everyone to agree with his plan.

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