Lets start this article with this news article.
VATICAN CITY - Pope Benedict XVI called Tuesday for a new world financial order guided by ethics and the search for the common good, denouncing the profit-at-all-cost mentality blamed for bringing about the global financial meltdown.
The wicked powers that be in this world, have swung the pendulum from right to left to deceive. This is not to glorify any one political stand as the "answer" to the world's problems. All are limited and affected by human sin. Only in Jesus Christ, is there perfection. However the political intrigues exposed here, show the working of the antichrist and the bringing together of the one world government and how it is being done.
One way, that the control is being locked down, is by different deceptive uses of "class warfare" and communism vs. capitalism endeavors. The global elites, know they can exploit the poor, downtrodden or latest disaster to help bring in the money, while the poor never see the money. Knowing what the bible warns us of, the wickedness of this world, is a given. Too many are fooled by the deceitful politicians and religious leaders with pretend tears in their eyes, feigning care and concern for the oppressed.
One thing the global elites are selling is a new version of "world socialism" [often with corporate support in the background, the so called "third way" economics] partnered with the United Nations. The Roman Catholic church has made use of these opposing sides for centuries, to affect nations with the whole communism vs. fascism game plan. Fornication with kings a la Revelation 17:2 is happening now.
Let me show a definition of liberation theology: "Liberation theology is a school of theology within Christianity, particularly in the Roman Catholic Church. It emphasizes the Christian mission to bring justice to the poor and oppressed, particularly through political activism. Its theologians consider sin the root source of poverty, the sin in question being exploitative capitalism and class war by the rich against the poor." Saul Alinsky and ACORN are just rewarmed Liberation Theology for Americans and we know now that the USCCB [the organization of American Catholic bishops] via their group [Catholic Campaign for Human Development] CCHD helped finance ACORN even with Catholics crying out against some of these political agendas behind closed doors. Since then the CCHD separated from ACORN after scandalized conservative Catholics protested, but this was after the political goals were achieved. The Catholic "social gospel" with its emphasis on open borders, and class warfare is just liberation theology repackaged for America [the same stuff that made hash and brought corruption and ruin to so many Latin American countries]. If you wonder sometimes why the Catholic bishops here in America support certain devastating economic policies, liberal agendas, and political candidates , look at the big picture!
Finding all this stuff out brings some important questions to how the Catholic church defines "social justice". The false social justice gospel has invaded many a church where they focus on political agendas, over the gospel. This can happen from the other side too, but definitely the false cries of "bringing down the rich" to elevate the poor are being heard. They know this formula works, especially as world suffering and class divisions increase, and if anyone thinks these folks really "want to help the poor" as they are fooled right now by global elites about climate change and wanting to "end poverty" look at millions who died under Communist regimes fooled by that latter lie. There is nothing wrong with Christians led to provide help, with some safety nets for the ill and truly downcast, but these things are definitely exploited worldwide. If you hear politicians or religious leaders go on about the "common good", don't take it at face value. Don't forget the two sides against the middle Hegelian dialectic here, there is a reason, that folks like Michael Moore can get away with presenting socialism as the answer to corrupt "capitalism" [course banker bailouts of billions of dollars out of public coffers, makes the definition of "capitalism" a bit fluid]
14And the soldiers likewise demanded of him, saying, And what shall we do? And he said unto them, Do violence to no man, neither accuse any falsely; and be content with your wages.
For the poor always ye have with you; but me ye have not always.
Now lets go back to the Pope's encyclical,CARITAS IN VERITATE it makes some of these economic plans plain for all to see:
Here the cry for a world government [a centralized economic authority] is insisted upon:
As well as cultivating differentiated forms of business activity on the global plane, we must also promote a dispersed political authority, effective on different levels. The integrated economy of the present day does not make the role of States redundant, but rather it commits governments to greater collaboration with one another.[snip]
The articulation of political authority at the local, national and international levels is one of the best ways of giving direction to the process of economic globalization. It is also the way to ensure that it does not actually undermine the foundations of democracy.
This goes along with the global elites desire to collectivize the world's economy and centralize power over it. Think of G20. Keep in mind here why world politicians have pounded the "common good theme" and trying to put a smiling face on it all, this is basically the biggest transfer of wealth [wealth-cleanout] in world history.
The Vatican's open support of an economic regulatory system over the world's economy is serious business, it astonishes me how the "conservative Catholics" while they can see some of what is happening on the national level ignore the global ramifications of the Pope's words and those who work for him:
Archbishop Celestino Migliore, permanent observer of the Holy See to the United Nations, said Thursday before the U.N. General Assembly that the Holy See agrees that the crisis "can be attributed to a lack of a complete and effective regulatory system
Back to "CARITAS IN VERITATE" :the Pope continues with the "common good" theme within this encyclical:
This needs to be directed towards the pursuit of the common good, for which the political community in particular must also take responsibility. Therefore, it must be borne in mind that grave imbalances are produced when economic action, conceived merely as an engine for wealth creation, is detached from political action, conceived as a means for pursuing justice through redistribution.
Reread that one line...
"PURSUING JUSTICE THROUGH REDISTRIBUTION".
39. Paul VI in Populorum Progressio called for the creation of a model of market economy capable of including within its range all peoples and not just the better off. He called for efforts to build a more human world for all, a world in which "all will be able to give and receive, without one group making progress at the expense of the other". In this way he was applying on a global scale the insights and aspirations contained in Rerum Novarum, written when, as a result of the Industrial Revolution, the idea was first proposed - somewhat ahead of its time - that the civil order, for its self-regulation, also needed intervention from the State for purposes of redistribution. Not only is this vision threatened today by the way in which markets and societies are opening up, but it is evidently insufficient to satisfy the demands of a fully humane economy. What the Church's social doctrine has always sustained, on the basis of its vision of man and society, is corroborated today by the dynamics of globalization.
Reread that line...."ALSO NEEDED INTERVENTION FROM THE STATE FOR PURPOSES OF REDISTRIBUTION"
Guess who else wanted REDISTRIBUTION?.
interesting Masonic hand sign there with his hand under the coat...
From each according to his ability, to each according to his need. (redistribution of wealth)
Pay attention, the antichrist and his workers are bringing together the new world government, religion and economy!
The utopian schemes of leveling [wealth redistribution] and a community of goods, are as visionary and impractical as those which vest all property in the crown. These ideas are arbitrary, despotic, and, in our government, unconstitutional. :Samuel Adams
2 Cor 9:7Every man according as he purposeth in his heart, so let him give; not grudgingly, or of necessity: for God loveth a cheerful giver.