Pāvests runā


Pope Francis Warns Risk Of “Economic Collapse”
Pope Francis warned over the weekend about the possible collapse of the world economy, saying that “our world economic system can’t take it anymore.”

The Pope based his warning on the belief that the world economy has fallen into the sin of idolatry, not of a golden calf, but for dollars, euros and pounds. He explained in an interview to La Vanguardia magazine, that the center of the economy needs to be about man, woman and the family.

Pope Francis warned that the economy was now dependent on war, that great powers have been using war as a means of sustaining the current system.

“We discard a whole generation to maintain an economic system that no longer endures, a system that to survive has to make war, as the big empires have always done,” he said.

But as a Third World War can’t be done, they make zonal wars. What does this mean? That they produce and sell weapons, and with this the balance sheets of the idolatrous economies, the great world economies that sacrifice man at the feet of the idol of money, obviously they are sorted.”

vara bungas: Interesanta doma. Pēc katoļu “feldmaršala”  vārdiem “viņi” nevar atļauties uzsākt 3.PK, tādēļ biznesa vajadzībam kalpo zonālie, reģionālie (“zonal”) kari.

Viena doma par “Pāvests runā

  1. Optimists!
    Es gan domāju, ka “viņi” vairs situāciju pilnībā nekontrolē. Pasaulē jau ir radušies citi spēki, kuri vairs tieši nav atkarīgi no vecās sistēmas. Baidos, ka civilizāciju konflikts ir neizbēgams un ceru, ka lokāli un globāli šoreiz mūs tas tieši neskars.

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