Posted by Leo Zagami, August 9, 2017
Over the past several decades, the Catholic Church has become an influential voice in matters of politics. Pope Francis has been very vocal about many things but what is most interesting is his globalist views and his critical attitude regarding sovereignty and the leadership of the United States.
His support of Agenda 2030 which are outlined as The United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals has created controversy because of the detailed targeting of women and reproductive laws.
Sustainable development goals include the enforcement of contraception and in some cases abortion.
They posit in their bylaws that people under the global law will have “sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights”, however, the devil is in the details and the details include eugenics directives that have been commonly used by United Nation bodies, and by many national governments and international agencies to refer to limits to birth, access to abortion and contraception, including contraception that can have an abortifacient mode of action. The population control and “reproductive rights” movements have always intended that these terms should include abortion, as well as contraception, and they use them consistently in order to achieve zero population growth.
The internet is filled with revelations of how the global elite want to depopulate humanity by 90%. Landmarks such as the Georgia Guidestones are top of the evidence list for proof of this agenda. There is an emerging body of evidence that the Georgia Guidestones are a correct representation of this idea.
With the Vatican increasingly endorsing new “how to live” rules for their followers and society, they have clearly become more political than they’ve been in a long time — they not only are telling people how to live, but they are also hinting at the fact that a few people will have to perish and others will have to remain unborn in order to fulfill this agenda proposed by the United Nations.
In early February of this year, there was a workshop that was jointly sponsored by the pontifical academy of sciences and pontifical academy of social sciences that focused on “Biological Extinction how to save the natural world on which we depend.”
A synopsis of the Pope and the Biological Extinction Panels discussion is that mankind’s last hope of living ‘sustainably’ is to be non-existent, therefore don’t have children. One of the natural methods mentioned by the panel was that of ‘taxes and regulations.’ Surprisingly that’s already in the works at the United Nations.
The audacity of the Catholic Church and the Pope to support such ideology can be understood by the research used to showcase their message. Dr. Paul Ehrlich, one of the key speakers at the symposium supports mass murder.
Ehrlich has defended mass sterilization, sex-selective abortion and infanticide.
Ehrlich, gained celebrity status through the publication of his 1968 doomsday bestseller, The Population Bomb. The book ignited mass hysteria over the future of the world and the earth’s ability to sustain human life. Ehrlich launched a series of frightening predictions that turned out to be spectacularly wrong, creating the myth of unsustainable population growth.
Among his predictions, Ehrlich prophesied that hundreds of millions would starve to death in the 1970s, that already-overpopulated India was doomed, and that odds were fair that “England will not exist in the year 2000.” To allow women to have as many children as they want, Ehrlich has said, is like letting people “throw as much of their garbage into their neighbor’s backyard as they want.”
In his book, Ehrlich concluded that “sometime in the next 15 years, the end will come,” meaning “an utter breakdown of the capacity of the planet to support humanity.”
Remember, he said this in 1968!
In an interview published by The Guardian, Ehrlich, advocated for cutting the world’s population by 6 billion people to bring it down to 1 billion.
“A world population of around a billion would have an overall pro-life effect,” The Guardian indirectly quoted Sanford biologist Paul Ehrlich as saying. “This could be supported for many millennia and sustain many more human lives in the long term compared with our current uncontrolled growth and prospect of sudden collapse.”
Furthermore, Sir Partha Dasgupta, a Frank Ramsey Professor Emeritus of Economics at the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom; spoke at the Biological Extinction event and declared that “Biologists are now saying half of all species could be extinct by end of century,” the largest “extinction event” in millions of years will lead to “the eradication of most other life forms.” According to Ehrlich, the ecological catastrophe is man-made, mainly by rich western countries and will only be prevented by the radical social and economic changes needed to save the planet’s biosphere.
This scaremongering ideology is derived directly from eugenics plans and directives; so why is the Catholic Church supporting this? Better yet why is the Pope urging families to limit the amount of children? Using such ideology rampantly showcases the blasphemy within the Catholic Church and further proves that there is a cathedra occulta or hidden chair that has now infiltrated the Vatican.
The radical ideology being pushed by the Extinction panel, the Pope, the United Nations, educators, and prominent scientists, foretells what is to come upon the following generations, severe population control. What could quite possibly start as regulations and taxes could quickly escalate into the sterilization of billions of people.
No institution in the world today has a deeper or richer experience dealing with population control than the Catholic Church. Throughout its 2000 year history the Church has made the regulation of human life on the planet, both in terms of quality and quantity, its holy grail.
The Church has been at the center of this struggle to civilize man and to keep the peace. To succeed, it realized early on that regulating life is key to social engineering.
The continuity of the Church over centuries has given it the perspective necessary to uncover long-term trends and to trace social disruptions through their long chains of cause and effect all the way down to their original sources, which on a society-wide level is unrestrained population growth.
Population growth outstrips food production and resources leading to hardship, hardship leads to war, war leads to mass death of men, mass death of men leads to women without husbands, women without husbands leads to desperation, desperation leads to prostitution, prostitution leads to temptation, temptation leads to weakening of the family, a weakening of the family leads to social instability, social instability leads to conflict, conflict leads to waste of resources, waste of resources leads to hardship, hardship leads to war. And so the vicious cycle once entered is almost impossible to escape.
In the agendas of world economic and environmental sustainability your economic burden on society cannot be tolerated during unprecedented economic times. The growing population of elderly individuals will be an incredible burden on a faltering system. Some governmental think tanks see younger generations pursuing euthanasia policies as an option. While we are asked to recycle waste, there are those who wish to recycle or remove Human life for world sustainability.
Al Gore’s message of sustainability has once again shown up in theaters as his inconvenient sequel got rave reviews from biased critics, but the box office tallies are showing that people are waking up to these sustainability agendas which include population control and the culling of the population.
Gore has repeatedly echoed eugenics and depopulation views about Africa.
He has stated that overpopulation is the problem there. Gore concludes that overpopulation is putting great strains on their natural resources and threatening the integrity of their ecological systems, He may be correct, however when using terms of overpopulation, zero population growth, and demanding population decrease worldwide in order to stave off a convoluted global warming agenda you have to see what the bottom line is with regards to global sustainability.
It is similar to Hitler’s proposed “sifting of human material” in which genocide is used to eliminate the carbon footprints of what the elite see as bottom feeders.
In Gore’s book “Earth in the Balance: Ecology and the Human spirit” he advocated population reduction of 2 billion people.
Al Gore sees Pope Francis as a powerful voice in the sustainability movement.
Gore recently appeared on a CNN town hall meeting with Father John S. Ruash and said “I’m a Protestant, but I’ll tell you, because of Pope Francis, I really could become a Catholic. He is really an amazing spiritual leader.”
The newly-contrived sustainability policies provided by the United Nations, supported by the Pope and the Vatican, will provide never ending problems that will be solved in a heavy handed matter that will mean the surrender of your property, your lively hood, and your ability to live comfortably.
It is vital that you realize and prepare for more manufactured crises to justify the meddling of the United Nations in world affairs.
They will need to be pinpointed and carried out for maximum impact in order to create a climate of fear and absolute urgency to maintain a fear based consensus that will demand a solution as easy and as fast as possible, agreed upon by a frightened world who demands knee jerk solutions where freedoms are decimated and enslavement is employed by consent.
People out of fear tend to think that if an authority like the Pope speaking ex cathedra that a new policy is for their own good it must be. We are now standing against the wrong things and empty causes because psychologically the world is falling into voluntary entrapment where it appears we are asking for protection from the villains who have created the world’s problems.
So I believe it is now terrifying to see a Pope and a think tank within the Vatican siding or participating in secret eugenics directives in line with the United Nation’s Global Sustainability charter where coordinating global genocide appears to be the UN’s primary objective.