Pope promotes globalism in speech to U.N.Submitted by JKap on Fri, 04/18/2008 - 13:09
Myself being a bloody catholic, I have to express my contempt for the pontiff's pontifications at New World Order HQ today. It is my impression that the Pope was, in so much verbose language, promoting globalism and a New World Order (an "international order").
I was especially struck by this passage:
Discernment, then, shows that entrusting exclusively to individual States, with their laws and institutions, the final responsibility to meet the aspirations of persons, communities and entire peoples, can sometimes have consequences that exclude the possibility of a social order respectful of the dignity and rights of the person.
Sorry, Pope, I prefer the good ol' Constitutional Republic of the united States as opposed to your starry-eyed international "social order."
After reading the full speech, I sense that, perhaps, he would not necessarily agree with the words of the Declaration of Independence (apparently he has romanticized the globalists' "Universal Declaration of Human Rights" instead), "that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness."
More from me on this later, maybe.