Pope Says Global Reset Is Real: No ‘Return to Normality’ After the Pandemic

In a message to the Paris Forum on Peace, the pope painted a dire picture of a pre-coronavirus world dominated by corruption, war, and capitalistic oppression. “The reality we knew before the pandemic was that wealth and economic growth were reserved for a minority while millions of people were unable to meet the most basic needs and lead a dignified life,” Francis said, “a world in which our Earth was plundered by a myopic exploitation of resources, by pollution, by ‘disposable’ consumerism, and wounded by wars and experiments with weapons of mass destruction.” “Return to normal would also mean a return to old social structures inspired by self-sufficiency, nationalism, protectionism, individualism and isolation,” he added, “and excluding our poorest brothers and sisters. Is this a future we can choose?”… Our conscience calls us “not to follow the easy way of returning to a ‘normality’ marked by injustice, but to accept the challenge of assuming the crisis as a concrete opportunity for conversion, transformation, to rethink our lifestyle and our economic and social system,” he said. The pope’s vision for a new world begins with “a concrete collective commitment in favor of integral disarmament,” he noted. “World military spending has now exceeded the level recorded at the end of the ‘cold war’ and is systematically increasing every year.” – Source.

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POPE’S CLIMATE CHANGE WAR

In COP26 message, pope equates climate change with global war. Today, as in the aftermath of the Second World War, the international community needs to set as a priority the implementation of collegial, farsighted actions, says Francis. Pope Francis in his message to the U.N. COP26 climate talks has called on world leaders to learn from the pandemic and build a new world order by fighting the climate change crisis as one would a global conflict.” The wounds inflicted on our human family by the COVID-19 pandemic and the phenomenon of climate change are comparable to those resulting from a global conflict,” he said November 2 in a message to the U.N. COP26 climate talks read in Glasgow by Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin. “Today, as in the aftermath of the Second World War, the international community as a whole needs to set as a priority the implementation of collegial, solidary and farsighted actions,” he said. – SOURCE.

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VIDEOS: PURE FACTS IN PROPHECY SERIES

Series of short Videos Exposing the long prophesied Antichrist based on the pure facts in prophecy …

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Pope Francis expresses ‘shame’ at news French Catholic Church covered up sex abuse of over 300,000 children

POPE FRANCIS spoke of his “sadness” for hundreds of thousands of victims of child sex abuse carried out by clergy in France’s Catholic Church. The pontiff expressed personal shame at the sheer scale of the attacks, which are thought to have been carried out on around 330,000 children between 1950 and 2020.” Source .

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The Latest: UN chief warns the world ‘on edge of an abyss’

“The United Nations chief is warning global leaders that the world has never been more threatened and divided and “we face the greatest cascade of crises in our lifetime.” Guterres pointed to “supersized glaring inequalities” sparked by the COVID-19 pandemic, climate alarm bells “ringing at fever pitch,” upheavals from Afghanistan to Ethiopia and Yemen thwarting global peace, a surge of mistrust and misinformation “polarizing people and paralyzing societies” and human rights under fire.” – Source .

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VIDEO: DOUG BATCHELOR FALSE PROPHET

SOUNDING THE ALARM

First we saw David Gates use Vatican prophetic definitions in 2019, now we see Doug Batchelor doing the same thing. The SDA church is purposely protecting the Popes of Rome exactly as prophesied.

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Pope and top 2 Ecumenical leaders falsely claims climate change is “cry of the earth” and “an immediate and urgent matter of survival”

“We call on everyone, whatever their belief or world view, to endeavor to listen to the cry of the earth and of people who are poor, examining their behavior and pledging meaningful sacrifices for the sake of the earth which God has given us,” said Francis, Archbishop Justin Welby of the Anglican Communion and Orthodox Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I“ – Source “The extreme weather and natural disasters of recent months reveal afresh to us with great force and at great human cost that climate change is not only a future challenge, but an immediate and urgent matter of survival,” they said.”   – Source

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