Monday, 31 October 2011

Is the Vatican calling for a "One World Government"?

I could not believe my eyes when I saw the headline in the current Catholic Herald ("Vatican calls for creation of global government to keep markets in line"). I have recently been reading about Freemasonry, the Illuminati and the move, sponsored by more than one so-called "secret society" to further the cause of the "One-World Government" As I said recently in another post, I used to discard all this as crackpot conspiracy theories; now I am not so sure. Ted Flynn's book, "The Hope of the Wicked" which is based on extensive research and gives names, locations and dates relating to these things - some of this information now being available to the public - has convinced me that there is much truth in the basic conspiracy theory. In the past, some high-ranking Freemasons openly admitted that they were working for a one-world government which would have overall financial and political control. Even without this, which some may still regard as crackpot or far-fetched (it is not, believe me), I was glad to see that at least two Catholic economists have said that the document released by the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace contains elements that are unrealistic and unworkable. With the editorial in the Herald I believe that this document and its basic proposal is mistaken and should not have been issued. Who, precisely, is behind it? Is it that some people in the Vatican are naive to this alarming extent or is something else happening. Some people will be rubbing their hands with pleasure over this mistake. In spite of the good things that there seem to be in this document ("Towards Reforming the International Monetary Systems and the Context of Global Public Authority"), there are some dangerously unwise things. I hope it is either hastily revised or edited, or quickly forgotten.

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