Dissecting Pope Bergoglio’s Speech at the United Nations

The highly anticipated speech of the Pope outlined some of the major root causes of the problems the world is facing today without identifying the institutions and entities responsible for such causes.

Doing so would have pointed fingers unto the church itself that’s been covertly responsible for all the divide and conquer schemes that plague the world with endless wars, where nations are pitted against one another just so they could stay at the top.

Here’s our partial comments of the full Papal speech…

Full transcript of Pope Bergoglio’s Speech at the United Nations

“Thank you for your kind words. Once again, following a tradition by which I feel honored, the Secretary General of the United Nations has invited the Pope to address this distinguished assembly of nations. In my own name, and that of the entire Catholic community, I wish to express to you, Mr Ban Ki-moon, my heartfelt gratitude. I greet the Heads of State and Heads of Government present, as well as the ambassadors, diplomats and political and technical officials accompanying them, the personnel of the United Nations engaged in this 70th Session of the General Assembly, the personnel of the various programs and agencies of the United Nations family, and all those who, in one way or another, take part in this meeting. Through you, I also greet the citizens of all the nations represented in this hall. I thank you, each and all, for your efforts in the service of mankind.

This is the fifth time that a Pope has visited the United Nations. I follow in the footsteps of my predecessors Paul VI, in1965, John Paul II, in 1979 and 1995, and my most recent predecessor, now Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, in 2008. All of them expressed their great esteem for the Organization, which they considered the appropriate juridical and political response to this present moment of history, marked by our technical ability to overcome distances and frontiers and, apparently, to overcome all natural limits to the exercise of power. An essential response, inasmuch as technological power, in the hands of nationalistic or falsely universalist ideologies, is capable of perpetrating tremendous atrocities. I can only reiterate the appreciation expressed by my predecessors, in reaffirming the importance which the Catholic Church attaches to this Institution and the hope which she places in its activities.

The United Nations is presently celebrating its seventieth anniversary. The history of this organized community of states is one of important common achievements over a period of unusually fast- paced changes. Without claiming to be exhaustive, we can mention the codification and development of international law, the establishment of international norms regarding human rights, advances in humanitarian law, the resolution of numerous conflicts, operations of peace-keeping and reconciliation, and any number of other accomplishments in every area of international activity and endeavour. All these achievements are lights which help to dispel the darkness of the disorder caused by unrestrained ambitions and collective forms of selfishness. Certainly, many grave problems remain to be resolved, yet it is clear that, without all those interventions on the international level, mankind would not have been able to survive the unchecked use of its own possibilities. Every one of these political, juridical and technical advances is a path towards attaining the ideal of human fraternity and a means for its greater realization.”

Is this why recently the United Nations appointed executioner Saudi Arabia for the chairmanship of the UN Human Rights Commission, to advance humanitarian law?

Where’s the UN intervention expected in places like Rwanda, Gaza, and now Syria? Why is the UN helpless in stopping war crimes on the first day up to the last day of their commission?

Why is it that without the massive condemnation expressed in the streets worldwide and in social media, no favorable action can be expected.

Doesn’t the Vatican Church knows that most of those wars were caused by the CIA and similar Nazionist organizations which are just mere derivatives of the most cunning military organization known to man, i.e. Jesuits?

Based on its pathetic record, the United Nations is not designed to interfere against unprovoked, unjustified, unilateral aggression but only to formulate and implement globalist agenda that has nothing to do with peace and prosperity but only for one world authoritarian control.

Will there be changes to these 70 year old norms?

“For this reason I pay homage to all those men and women whose loyalty and self-sacrifice have benefitted humanity as a whole in these past seventy years. In particular, I would recall today those who gave their lives for peace and reconciliation among peoples, from Dag Hammarskjöld to the many United Nations officials at every level who have been killed in the course of humanitarian missions, and missions of peace and reconciliation.

Beyond these achievements, the experience of the past seventy years has made it clear that reform and adaptation to the times is always necessary in the pursuit of the ultimate goal of granting all countries, without exception, a share in, and a genuine and equitable influence on, decision-making processes. The need for greater equity is especially true in the case of those bodies with effective executive capability, such as the Security Council, the Financial Agencies and the groups or mechanisms specifically created to deal with economic crises. This will help limit every kind of abuse or usury, especially where developing countries are concerned. The International Financial Agencies are should care for the sustainable development of countries and should ensure that they are not subjected to oppressive lending systems which, far from promoting progress, subject people to mechanisms which generate greater poverty, exclusion and dependence.”

Will the IMF-World Bank stop micromanaging, dictating or restricting the nature of, the sovereign infrastructure projects that countries like the Philippines must undertake which could propel them to full industrialization and not remain as supplier of raw materials to other progressive countries, forcing such countries to become fully dependent to one another through compartmentalized development rather than gaining true economic independence?

Each country should be able to stand on its own especially in the satisfaction of its people’s basic needs, but the globalist don’t want that. They want to maintain the existence, and exercise full control of, the entire supply infrastructure, hence the compartmentalization.

These Middlemen don’t want to lose their interdependent, interlocking enterprise. The only way we can eliminate their participation is to move away from a system that motivates profit which leads to the imposition of artificial scarcity, and from senseless limitations via compartmentalization.

“The work of the United Nations, according to the principles set forth in the Preamble and the first Articles of its founding Charter, can be seen as the development and promotion of the rule of law, based on the realization that justice is an essential condition for achieving the ideal of universal fraternity. In this context, it is helpful to recall that the limitation of power is an idea implicit in the concept of law itself. To give to each his own, to cite the classic definition of justice, means that no human individual or group can consider itself absolute, permitted to bypass the dignity and the rights of other individuals or their social groupings. The effective distribution of power (political, economic, defense-related, technological, etc.) among a plurality of subjects, and the creation of a juridical system for regulating claims and interests, are one concrete way of limiting power. Yet today’s world presents us with many false rights and – at the same time – broad sectors which are vulnerable, victims of power badly exercised: for example, the natural environment and the vast ranks of the excluded. These sectors are closely interconnected and made increasingly fragile by dominant political and economic relationships. That is why their rights must be forcefully affirmed, by working to protect the environment and by putting an end to exclusion.”

We have seen those rosy painted pictures before. What makes it so different now, considering that the same actors are still the ones playing on that same stage?

There’s even a report that the only reason Canadian politicians are resigning is because of the generous retirement benefits they will be receiving. How generous will US Speaker Boehner retirement package be?

It’s too early to judge. Who are we to judge?

Isn’t it the reason why we are in this mess in the first place is because we were so passive for the last 200 years?

These people volunteered to be our “public servants”; they begged for our votes, our approval. Yet, they are behaving like the Masters of the Universe because we worship them as if we are the servants.

So, who are we to judge?

We, the People, are the true masters of our own destiny. It’s time we take our power back.

“First, it must be stated that a true “right of the environment” does exist, for two reasons. First, because we human beings are part of the environment. We live in communion with it, since the environment itself entails ethical limits which human activity must acknowledge and respect. Man, for all his remarkable gifts, which “are signs of a uniqueness which transcends the spheres of physics and biology” (Laudato Si’, 81), is at the same time a part of these spheres. He possesses a body shaped by physical, chemical and biological elements, and can only survive and develop if the ecological environment is favourable. Any harm done to the environment, therefore, is harm done to humanity. Second, because every creature, particularly a living creature, has an intrinsic value, in its existence, its life, its beauty and its interdependence with other creatures. We Christians, together with the other monotheistic religions, believe that the universe is the fruit of a loving decision by the Creator, who permits man respectfully to use creation for the good of his fellow men and for the glory of the Creator; he is not authorized to abuse it, much less to destroy it. In all religions, the environment is a fundamental good (cf. ibid.).

The misuse and destruction of the environment are also accompanied by a relentless process of exclusion. In effect, a selfish and boundless thirst for power and material prosperity leads both to the misuse of available natural resources and to the exclusion of the weak and disadvantaged, either because they are differently abled (handicapped), or because they lack adequate information and technical expertise, or are incapable of decisive political action. Economic and social exclusion is a complete denial of human fraternity and a grave offense against human rights and the environment. The poorest are those who suffer most from such offenses, for three serious reasons: they are cast off by society, forced to live off what is discarded and suffer unjustly from the abuse of the environment. They are part of today’s widespread and quietly growing “culture of waste”.”

Who made the people “incapable of decisive political agenda” if not the mainstream media spewing half-truths and churches training the people how to kneel upon imaginary human gods using hypnotism?

“The dramatic reality this whole situation of exclusion and inequality, with its evident effects, has led me, in union with the entire Christian people and many others, to take stock of my grave responsibility in this regard and to speak out, together with all those who are seeking urgently-needed and effective solutions. The adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development at the World Summit, which opens today, is an important sign of hope. I am similarly confident that the Paris Conference on Climatic Change will secure fundamental and effective agreements.”

Will non-polluting technologies be unleashed now, and not continue with controlled pollution which solicit the sale of carbon credits, i.e. collection of carbon taxes?

We don’t think so. In fact, Bloomberg has just reported yesterday that:

“China will start a national pollution-trading system to cut global warming emissions, and make a 20 billion yuan ($3.1 billion) commitment to help poorer countries move away from fossil fuels.

China also is announcing changes intended to favor electricity produced by sources that will pollute less, according to a joint statement between the U.S. and China issued Friday to coincide with Chinese President Xi Jinping’s state visit to the White House.

“I want to commend China for announcing that it will begin a national market-based cap and trade system to limit emissions from some of its largest sectors,” President Barack Obama said during a news conference Friday with the Chinese leader.”


Xi Jinping was introduced to the top honchos of Big Business in Seattle by no other that his purported handler, the veritable Henry Kissinger. Xi also visited Bill Gates’ Mircrosoft and military industrialist Boeing.

See, it’s the same old ball game. Only the narrative and rhetorical phrases are slightly changed.

“Solemn commitments, however, are not enough, even though they are a necessary step toward solutions. The classic definition of justice which I mentioned earlier contains as one of its essential elements a constant and perpetual will: Iustitia est constans et perpetua voluntas ius sum cuique tribuendi. Our world demands of all government leaders a will which is effective, practical and constant, concrete steps and immediate measures for preserving and improving the natural environment and thus putting an end as quickly as possible to the phenomenon of social and economic exclusion, with its baneful consequences: human trafficking, the marketing of human organs and tissues, the sexual exploitation of boys and girls, slave labour, including prostitution, the drug and weapons trade, terrorism and international organized crime. Such is the magnitude of these situations and their toll in innocent lives, that we must avoid every temptation to fall into a declarationist nominalism which would assuage our consciences. We need to ensure that our institutions are truly effective in the struggle against all these scourges.”

This is a classic salesman’s technique of sympathizing with the prospects needs in order to gain trust before prescribing the “solution” he is selling.

“The number and complexity of the problems require that we possess technical instruments of verification. But this involves two risks. We can rest content with the bureaucratic exercise of drawing up long lists of good proposals – goals, objectives and statistical indicators – or we can think that a single theoretical and aprioristic solution will provide an answer to all the challenges. It must never be forgotten that political and economic activity is only effective when it is understood as a prudential activity, guided by a perennial concept of justice and constantly conscious of the fact that, above and beyond our plans and programmes, we are dealing with real men and women who live, struggle and suffer, and are often forced to live in great poverty, deprived of all rights.

To enable these real men and women to escape from extreme poverty, we must allow them to be dignified agents of their own destiny. Integral human development and the full exercise of human dignity cannot be imposed. They must be built up and allowed to unfold for each individual, for every family, in communion with others, and in a right relationship with all those areas in which human social life develops – friends, communities, towns and cities, schools, businesses and unions, provinces, nations, etc. This presupposes and requires the right to education – also for girls (excluded in certain places) – which is ensured first and foremost by respecting and reinforcing the primary right of the family to educate its children, as well as the right of churches and social groups to support and assist families in the education of their children. Education conceived in this way is the basis for the implementation of the 2030 Agenda and for reclaiming the environment.”

Had it stopped at the “primary right of the family to educate its children”, would have been perfect. But he continued to the “right of churches and social groups to support and assist families in the education of their children”.

Now that’s unwanted domestic interference in a classic doublespeak to which the Jesuits are known adepts of.

“At the same time, government leaders must do everything possible to ensure that all can have the minimum spiritual and material means needed to live in dignity and to create and support a family, which is the primary cell of any social development. In practical terms, this absolute minimum has three names: lodging, labour, and land; and one spiritual name: spiritual freedom, which includes religious freedom, the right to education and other civil rights.

For all this, the simplest and best measure and indicator of the implementation of the new Agenda for development will be effective, practical and immediate access, on the part of all, to essential material and spiritual goods: housing, dignified and properly remunerated employment, adequate food and drinking water; religious freedom and, more generally, spiritual freedom and education. These pillars of integral human development have a common foundation, which is the right to life and, more generally, what we could call the right to existence of human nature itself.”

Empowering people only involves making all resources available sans Middlemen, e.g.:

  • Free education: fast and free internet for everyone to give them a free choice of which information they deemed useful;
  • Free electric power: constructions of radiation-free nuclear plants for universal free electric power for commercial and industrial use; distribution of standalone free energy power plants for residential and vehicular use;
  • Free food: redistribute farm lands to every family so that they can produce their own food through organic permaculture; companies like Monsanto should be torn down to pieces;

All these things can be done right now, and doesn’t need expensive gatherings, but only a Skype teleconference broadcasted via cable TV stations and YouTube will do.

Why are you making this whole exercise as complicated than it should be? Is grandstanding really that necessary?

The resources and technical know-how are already here, but most of these resources are being allocated for waging wars everywhere.

Why can’t all of you just give up that senseless outdated corporate control mechanism, Mr. Pope? The people are not the terrorists, your close lieutenants are.

“The ecological crisis, and the large-scale destruction of biodiversity, can threaten the very existence of the human species. The baneful consequences of an irresponsible mismanagement of the global economy, guided only by ambition for wealth and power, must serve as a summons to a forthright reflection on man: “man is not only a freedom which he creates for himself. Man does not create himself. He is spirit and will, but also nature” (BENEDICT XVI, Address to the Bundestag, 22 September 2011, cited in Laudato Si’, 6). Creation is compromised “where we ourselves have the final word… The misuse of creation begins when we no longer recognize any instance above ourselves, when we see nothing else but ourselves” (ID. Address to the Clergy of the Diocese of Bolzano-Bressanone, 6 August 2008, cited ibid.). Consequently, the defence of the environment and the fight against exclusion demand that we recognize a moral law written into human nature itself, one which includes the natural difference between man and woman (cf. Laudato Si’, 155), and absolute respect for life in all its stages and dimensions (cf. ibid., 123, 136).

Without the recognition of certain incontestable natural ethical limits and without the immediate implementation of those pillars of integral human development, the ideal of “saving succeeding generations from the scourge of war” (Charter of the United Nations, Preamble), and “promoting social progress and better standards of life in larger freedom” (ibid.), risks becoming an unattainable illusion, or, even worse, idle chatter which serves as a cover for all kinds of abuse and corruption, or for carrying out an ideological colonization by the imposition of anomalous models and lifestyles which are alien to people’s identity and, in the end, irresponsible.

War is the negation of all rights and a dramatic assault on the environment. If we want true integral human development for all, we must work tirelessly to avoid war between nations and between peoples.”

It would not be tiresome if we hang people like Netanyahu, McCain, Blair or Poroshenko, right now. Or, decisively, the entire Rothschild clan, the Nazis and Zionists, every member of the Khazarian Mafia.

They are the cause of endless wars and conflicts. How about the Vatican Church and the masters of geopolitical intrigue?

The problem is: the United Nations and the Vatican were so silent when Iraq’s Saddam Hussein and Muammar Gadaffi were murdered without due process.

The son of Gadaffi is now in death row, will the Vatican intervene right away before it’s too late?

“To this end, there is a need to ensure the uncontested rule of law and tireless recourse to negotiation, mediation and arbitration, as proposed by the Charter of the United Nations, which constitutes truly a fundamental juridical norm. The experience of these seventy years since the founding of the United Nations in general, and in particular the experience of these first fifteen years of the third millennium, reveal both the effectiveness of the full application of international norms and the ineffectiveness of their lack of enforcement.”

Uncontested rule of law?

But, isn’t he who makes the law, rules?

And to think that the laws are dictated by the corporations, hammered on by politicians paid by the same corporations, the same politicians that will be debating on how to make the economy all-inclusive from hereon, are you kidding?

Uncontested? That’s frighteningly authoritarian.

What we want is for all of you, the Sinners, to resign and disappear for good!

Enforcement of “negotiation, mediation and arbitration,” just what these words would accomplish exactly, beyond mere lip service?

When the Charter of the United Nations is respected and applied with transparency and sincerity, and without ulterior motives, as an obligatory reference point of justice and not as a means of masking spurious intentions, peaceful results will be obtained. When, on the other hand, the norm is considered simply as an instrument to be used whenever it proves favourable, and to be avoided when it is not, a true Pandora’s box is opened, releasing uncontrollable forces which gravely harm defenseless populations, the cultural milieu and even the biological environment.

Here’s the cause of “uncontrollable forces which gravely harm defenseless populations”…

obama jesuit

Yes, all the Vatican Church needs to do is look itself in the mirror.

“The Preamble and the first Article of the Charter of the United Nations set forth the foundations of the international juridical framework: peace, the pacific solution of disputes and the development of friendly relations between the nations. Strongly opposed to such statements, and in practice denying them, is the constant tendency to the proliferation of arms, especially weapons of mass distraction, such as nuclear weapons. An ethics and a law based on the threat of mutual destruction – and possibly the destruction of all mankind – are self-contradictory and an affront to the entire framework of the United Nations, which would end up as “nations united by fear and distrust”. There is urgent need to work for a world free of nuclear weapons, in full application of the non-proliferation Treaty, in letter and spirit, with the goal of a complete prohibition of these weapons.”

For once we agree on one thing, i.e. all these exercises are just another form of mass distraction.

“The recent agreement reached on the nuclear question in a sensitive region of Asia and the Middle East is proof of the potential of political good will and of law, exercised with sincerity, patience and constancy. I express my hope that this agreement will be lasting and efficacious, and bring forth the desired fruits with the cooperation of all the parties involved.

In this sense, hard evidence is not lacking of the negative effects of military and political interventions which are not coordinated between members of the international community. For this reason, while regretting to have to do so, I must renew my repeated appeals regarding to the painful situation of the entire Middle East, North Africa and other African countries, where Christians, together with other cultural or ethnic groups, and even members of the majority religion who have no desire to be caught up in hatred and folly, have been forced to witness the destruction of their places of worship, their cultural and religious heritage, their houses and property, and have faced the alternative either of fleeing or of paying for their adhesion to good and to peace by their own lives, or by enslavement.

These realities should serve as a grave summons to an examination of conscience on the part of those charged with the conduct of international affairs. Not only in cases of religious or cultural persecution, but in every situation of conflict, as in Ukraine, Syria, Iraq, Libya, South Sudan and the Great Lakes region, real human beings take precedence over partisan interests, however legitimate the latter may be. In wars and conflicts there are individual persons, our brothers and sisters, men and women, young and old, boys and girls who weep, suffer and die. Human beings who are easily discarded when our only response is to draw up lists of problems, strategies and disagreements.

As I wrote in my letter to the Secretary-General of the United Nations on 9 August 2014, “the most basic understanding of human dignity compels the international community, particularly through the norms and mechanisms of international law, to do all that it can to stop and to prevent further systematic violence against ethnic and religious minorities” and to protect innocent peoples.

Along the same lines I would mention another kind of conflict which is not always so open, yet is silently killing millions of people. Another kind of war experienced by many of our societies as a result of the narcotics trade. A war which is taken for granted and poorly fought. Drug trafficking is by its very nature accompanied by trafficking in persons, money laundering, the arms trade, child exploitation and other forms of corruption. A corruption which has penetrated to different levels of social, political, military, artistic and religious life, and, in many cases, has given rise to a parallel structure which threatens the credibility of our institutions.”

What credibility should we be concerned about?

“I began this speech recalling the visits of my predecessors. I would hope that my words will be taken above all as a continuation of the final words of the address of Pope Paul VI; although spoken almost exactly fifty years ago, they remain ever timely. “The hour has come when a pause, a moment of recollection, reflection, even of prayer, is absolutely needed so that we may think back over our common origin, our history, our common destiny. The appeal to the moral conscience of man has never been as necessary as it is today… For the danger comes neither from progress nor from science; if these are used well, they can help to solve a great number of the serious problems besetting mankind (Address to the United Nations Organization, 4 October 1965). Among other things, human genius, well applied, will surely help to meet the grave challenges of ecological deterioration and of exclusion. As Paul VI said: “The real danger comes from man, who has at his disposal ever more powerful instruments that are as well fitted to bring about ruin as they are to achieve lofty conquests” (ibid.).”

If these views and warning had been outlined before then why are we still in this mess?

The short answer is: the same policies are still being enforced by the same players creating the same situation that still exists today. The top-down approach didn’t work for the last thousands of years, so why would it work now?

Decisions, directions, policies  and all instructions must directly come from the people. The centralized leadership has proven itself to be moronic, idiotic, retarded and just plain stupid.

It”s time for the Old Men with their old concepts to step aside and enjoy their fat retirement packages.

“The common home of all men and women must continue to rise on the foundations of a right understanding of universal fraternity and respect for the sacredness of every human life, of every man and every woman, the poor, the elderly, children, the infirm, the unborn, the unemployed, the abandoned, those considered disposable because they are only considered as part of a statistic. This common home of all men and women must also be built on the understanding of a certain sacredness of created nature.

Such understanding and respect call for a higher degree of wisdom, one which accepts transcendence, rejects the creation of an all-powerful élite, and recognizes that the full meaning of individual and collective life is found in selfless service to others and in the sage and respectful use of creation for the common good. To repeat the words of Paul VI, “the edifice of modern civilization has to be built on spiritual principles, for they are the only ones capable not only of supporting it, but of shedding light on it” (ibid.).”

Will the powerful elite return their stolen wealth now and make peace with the lowly people they have judged much earlier as “useless eaters” before we have judged them as worthless scums and ultra-dangerous pedophiles, no children should be put anywhere near anyone of them?

“El Gaucho Martín Fierro, a classic of literature in my native land, says: “Brothers should stand by each other, because this is the first law; keep a true bond between you always, at every time – because if you fight among yourselves, you’ll be devoured by those outside”.

Just what exactly “devoured by those outside” means?

Who are those from the outside? Are they not the same people being ruled?

Because that clause has garnered a long applause from the club members / audience including the 170 presidents and prime ministers of member countries.

Wait, are these 170 countries the ones that signed the agreement to better and free the world from the Khazarian mobsters? If so, then we might be heading for the right progressive path indeed.


“The contemporary world, so apparently connected, is experiencing a growing and steady social fragmentation, which places at risk “the foundations of social life” and consequently leads to “battles over conflicting interests” (Laudato Si’, 229).

The present time invites us to give priority to actions which generate new processes in society, so as to bear fruit in significant and positive historical events (cf. Evangelii Gaudium, 223). We cannot permit ourselves to postpone “certain agendas” for the future. The future demands of us critical and global decisions in the face of world-wide conflicts which increase the number of the excluded and those in need.

The praiseworthy international juridical framework of the United Nations Organization and of all its activities, like any other human endeavour, can be improved, yet it remains necessary; at the same time it can be the pledge of a secure and happy future for future generations. And so it will, if the representatives of the States can set aside partisan and ideological interests, and sincerely strive to serve the common good. I pray to Almighty God that this will be the case, and I assure you of my support and my prayers, and the support and prayers of all the faithful of the Catholic Church, that this Institution, all its member States, and each of its officials, will always render an effective service to mankind, a service respectful of diversity and capable of bringing out, for sake of the common good, the best in each people and in every individual.

Upon all of you, and the peoples you represent, I invoke the blessing of the Most High, and all peace and prosperity. Thank you.”


Even if only 50% of what’s been stipulated above is materialized that would be a big change already, but based on its track record, the United Nations is just a One Way Street, i.e. an institution that only gives out instructions for its subsidiary corporate and financial arms to profit from.

These plans may sound socialist in form and yet the built-in restrictions to the same type of resources and technological know-how that will be made available confines the whole exercise to the same footing, or even worse than that, of the present capitalist system.

The present capitalist system favors monopolistic attitudes cloaked under the cover of free enterprise. The all-inclusive resource based economy, as described in the Agenda 2030, is the redistribution of wealth and resources to as wide as possible but with built-in restrictions to the same type of resources that we are already accustomed of at this time.

Even if all the fiat debts are written off, it’s not a guarantee that our lives will improve overnight. It doesn’t mean than we can acquire everything at much cheaper price or our purchasing power is enhanced. The profit orientation of the whole ball game will make sure we the consumer will shoulder the overall cost of running our lives and that of system, i.e. control mechanism, too.

If today, we the 99% of the population have to contend ourselves with 10% of the pie, we will have more out of that same pie according to the Agenda 2030. In fact, they could be generous as to give us the whole pie, but it’s still just the same old pie.

The Elite will have another pie on their own, and it’s a lot better pie!

The thing is: it would have been better if these people just tell us, in plain language that the layman could understand, the whole story for the last 70 years or so, i.e.:

  • Who are responsible for the rise of Hitler and the true objectives of World War 2 which is partly the establishment of the United Nations itself and for instituting the One World Government, among other sinister goals;
  • Deliberate use of harmful chemicals and electromagnetic microwave broadcast for social and geo-engineering to control the population;
  • The folly of injecting bioweapons to eliminate the black and other colored populations in Africa [AIDS], Asia [SARS] and even in America [H1N1];
  • Deliberate suppression of Tesla and similar technologies that could have avoided all the problems we are facing today;
  • Acknowledge the fact that the same fraternity who introduced all the mayhem have also organized the New Age religion, among others, preaching the virtue of “forgiving and forgetfulness” and unconditional love, to mitigate the effects of increasing public awakening, instead and;
  • without preconditions, accept and acknowledge, through the mainstream media, all so called conspiracy theories to be real and factual.

If they admit all these crimes, there’s a considerable chance that peoples around the globe will be more forgiving.

A short acknowledgement of all these heinous crimes, followed by a massive political resignations in favor of the Zeitgeist Movement and the Venus Project and similar groups would have been desirable. But no. they still think they are better qualified to run the system they’ve been running since time immemorial.

Those progressive volunteer groups are more than capable of taking the reins of management of the planet’s resources and technologies, as compared to those possessing the mindset with built-in limitations through institutional brainwashing.

The world is already interconnected and any idea can be improved upon collectively, and voted upon for final implementation thereafter, much like how the Open Source Community, providing free software, works from the very beginning of the internet age.

It’s time for an Open Source Government where everyone could participate directly as to where this planet is advancing to, and for the full realization of a true resource-based economy that empowers everyone to become independent from the system itself.

The lesser the government and the church interference be, the better will be for the individual’s economic, political and spiritual growth in the long term.

Our choice is so simple: it’s a choice between mutually progressive technological development and AI-based centralized control to which the United Nations is heading; a simple choice between technicians who have created the solutions and politicians who have been lip serving their way to power.

It’s time we end the Cycle of Lies.

Pope Francis speaks with God conversation highlights

by Jon Rappoport
September 27, 2015

The Pope was sitting in his Popemobile bubble outside the UN.  He was eating a Twix and looking over his speech notes when the phone rang.  He picked up.

Pope: Yes?

God: It’s God, Francis.  What’s happening down there?

Pope: What, no hello, how are you doing?

God: Cut the crap.  Is the UN buying your end-poverty-hunger-global warming pitch?

Pope: Of course.  The UN, Obama, and I are on the same page.  That’s why I’m here in New York.  You think I’d visit this place otherwise?  Looks like they won’t even let me go see the Mets.

God: No blowback so far?  What you’re selling is very thin, you know.  High-flying rhetoric, no specifics.

Pope: High-flying rhetoric is what I do.  We’ve talked about this before.

God: Yeah, but if you were really serious about poverty, you’d offer a plan, a pilot project for one African country, a test case.  Nobody is pointing that out?  Clean up the contaminated water supplies, give back stolen farm land to the people?

Pope: Not a peep about it.

God: Nothing on the Internet?

Pope: I don’t read the Internet.

God: What about Obama?  What are your impressions?

Pope: On the surface, he seems clueless.  But he’s on board.

God: On board with what?

Pope: Rockefeller, Brzezinski.

God: I spoke with David R last night.  He seemed a little worried.  When he’s worried, so am I.

Pope: Look, G, the media are saying nothing about Globalism.  We’re good.  Jobs have been leaving the industrialized countries for decades.  It’s nothing new.  You know, open up new factories in Third World hellholes, pay the workers three cents an hour, dispense with environmental regs.  Millions of jobs lost back at home.  It’s SOP.

God: And nobody is saying the whole Globalist operation is a cause of poverty?

Pope: Nobody cares about poverty or unemployment in industrialized countries.  The story line is all about poverty in Africa and Asia. Again, we’ve talked this through before.

God: That quote of yours is getting more play these days.

Pope: Which one?  I’m a quote machine.

God: “I want a poor church for the poor.”

Pope: Not a problem.

God: No?  The church has assets worth, what, a hundred trillion dollars?  And collection plates keep filling up.

Pope: People expect rich leaders to talk about ending poverty.  It’s perfectly acceptable.  You know: “I made it and now I’m going to give back.”

God: Yeah.  Well, the history of how the church “made it” is pretty damning.

Pope: Where have you been, G?  History is passe.

God: What year is it down there?

Pope: You’re kidding, right?

God: I’ve got a lot on my plate.  It’s easy to lose track.

Pope: Take a guess.

God: 1975.

Pope: You’re hilarious.  Try 2015.

God: I wasn’t that far off.  A century down there is like a minute up here.

Pope: Yeah, sure.  This is me you’re talking to, G.  Don’t give me that space-time continuum jive.

God: Anyway, I’ve got pressure on me from the Corporate Board.  They want more poverty and hunger and chaos.

Pope: Patience.  Things are working out.

God: In case you’ve forgotten, the church does best when times are worst.  That’s the whole thrust of the current op.  Drive the world back into the Middle Ages.  Disease, pestilence, poverty, rampant crime, all the usual horrors.  That’s the greatness of the church.  It knows how to make hay in that environment.  Better than anyone else.

Pope: I’m well aware, G.  Well aware.  I’m a Jesuit, remember?  Who thought up this whole op centuries ago?  Listen, are you okay?

God: Nothing I can’t handle.

Pope: Because it sounds like you’re slipping.

God: The Corporate Board is worried about blowback on the church.  See, this isn’t the Middle Ages.  It was one thing to introduce rampant chaos when all the people had were bows and arrows and stones and catapults.  But now…I was just reading a weapons catalog the other day.  Wow.  It’s ridiculous.  The firepower.  Some of these crazies—

Pope: I get the point.  We’re okay.  We’re covered.  Are you still seeing your shrink?

God: He put me on Lithium for Bipolar.  I’ve gained thirty pounds.

Pope: I see.  And you were pretty heavy to begin with.

God: I’m roly-poly now.  It’s not a good image.  I just started on Valproate.  I get these blinding headaches.

Pope: You want a suggestion?  Find a good psychiatrist and have him slowly withdraw you from the drugs.  Don’t stop them all at once, whatever you do.  It could be catastrophic.  Then, when you’re clean, get a medical card and switch to pot.

God: Hmm.  Wouldn’t want that story to get out.

Pope: Did you see my speech to the US Congress the other day?  130 Representatives and Senators are Catholics.

God: I watched a few minutes.  Your accent is thick.  I had trouble understanding you.  What did Obama say about it?

Pope: He was happy.  You know, he’s a devout Christian…

God: Yeah.  And I’m a Zoroastrian.

Pope: If we can put this carbon tax piece together with the global warming piece and the poverty and hunger piece, we could hit paydirt.  Create all kinds of planetary disruption.

God: But I don’t see any real signs of progress there.  All I hear is a lot of words.

Pope: Slow and steady.  America is the biggest obstacle.  That’s why I’m here.  And you know Hilary and Jeb are waiting in the wings.  They’ll pick up from where Obama left off.  Either one of them.

God: What about Trump?

Pope: Don’t worry.  When the time comes, he’ll get his share of scandals.  The press is loading up.  The ducks are in a row.  We’ve had reporters on the pad for years.  They’ll do what they’re told.

God: I talked to Hillary last week.

Pope: What did she say?

God: She called me honey.  Can you believe it?

Pope: I hear she has health problems.

God: Put it this way.  If she knew she was going to drop dead her first day in office, she’d still run for President.  The woman’s a wolverine.

Pope: If Obama has any concerns, they’re about these upcoming Globalist trade treaties he’s pushing.  The TPP, the TTIP.  People might start catching on that he’s ushering in deeper poverty.  Which, of course, he is.

God: He’s got his marching orders.  He knows why he was put in as President.  He can’t turn back.

Pope: He doesn’t want to turn back.  He’s just skittish about exposure.

God: All he has to do is keeping saying the treaties are a great deal for everyone.  He’s good at saying the same thing over and over.  Broad brush strokes, empty homilies.

Pope: We’ve got a high wall at Vatican City.

God: I was going to talk to you about that.  Not a good look for you.  And your immigration policy comes off like zero tolerance.

Pope: We may have to let in a couple of migrant families and showcase their sympathetic stories.  Of course, we’d vet them to make sure they’re docile.

God: Don’t mess it up.  What’s new on the pedophile priest front?

Pope: More hush money to victims.  Priest relocations.  We sent one guy to a little chapel in the north of Alaska.  He’s locked down.  The whole pedophile thing is a disaster, of course, but, traditionally, proximity to young boys has been a strong selling point to applicants for the priesthood.

God: I don’t want any connection made between pedo-priests and other pedo-networks.

Pope: We’re on it.

God: All in all, Francis, I can’t say I’m happy so far with your term in office.  It’s shaky.  You’re vulnerable.

Pope: Do I need to remind you that you’re getting a considerable cut of our action just for sitting in your suite at the Heaven Hilton?  You don’t have to lift a finger.  The money keeps rolling in.

God: About that, Francis.  For the past three years, my gross from your operation has been declining significantly.

Pope: Our 1.2 billion members are the exclusive result of our promotional work.  Without us, you might be living in a small condo.

God: You work for me.

Pope: So you claim.  Feel free to keep fostering that delusion.  In case you’ve forgotten, church members can only approach you indirectly, through our priests.  We own the pipeline.

God: Another conversation for another time.

Pope: That’s what a cartel does.  It builds and maintains a pipeline.

God: Stay safe, Francis.

Pope: What’s that supposed to mean?

God: Whatever you want it to mean.  You’re the Pope.


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3 thoughts on “Dissecting Pope Bergoglio’s Speech at the United Nations”

  1. The pope should make that speach in the congress the day before,where the wars are blessed really.Let´s wait for Putin´s speach to see if he will pick some of those issues of the roman pope.

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