Former Vatican Bank chief: Authors of New World Order demographic collapse influencing the Vatican


#1

This is shocking and I am at a loss of words…

"The demographic collapse of the West in recent decades was planned in order to create the necessary conditions to usher in a New World Order, and the authors of this collapse are now influencing the Vatican at the highest levels, the former president of the Vatican bank has said.

Speaking at the first international conference of the John Paul II academy for human life and the family, Italian economist and banker Ettore Gotti Tedeschi said efforts to decrease the world’s population by globalist elites have set in motion a series of predictable and intended economic, geo-political, and social catastrophes meant to “persuade” people around the world to accept a global “political vision” that would eliminate national sovereignty and institute “gnostic environmentalism” as its “universal religion.”"


#3

i hope posters take the time to read that article

it is very disturbing;

yes i know it is originated from a “pro-life” source; BUT as as catholics we are supposed to respect that perpective

take 10 minutes out of your distracted life & read the article

OP should’ve blockposted a few poignant pieces for the attention deficient here

but whatevee

read the article


#4

Does this thread come with complimentary tin-foil hats? :roll_eyes:


#5

Yay! I just won buzz word bingo.

It is amazingly transparent when a website is pandering to its base.


#6

It’s hardly that far fetched. Bill Gates has reducing population as one of his stated goals. A lot of wealthy people subscribe to crazy ideologies.

I tend to not worry about it. But I pretty much accept as a given that at any one time there are various “secret” agendas among the rich movers and shakers of the world.


#7

The fact that Lifesite News sometimes goes overboard on some stories does not negate This story. The speaker has unquestioned experience at the top of the financial and ecclesiatic world raises his credibility. It is scary that people, some originally appointed by popes, felt the need last year to re-form a new Academy to meet the needs of the academy formed by St JP 2, but apparently hi-jacked.


#8

So confound their plans by having lots of kids, I guess…


#9

The article is interesting to say the least. It was Nixon who began a relationship with China and manufacturing seems to have gone there since that time. This in turn has made built up China into a relatively wealthy and modern nation. Abortion was also ushered in under the Nixon administration. This was just after the “sexual revolution” and the beginning of the end of the Western normative. To me it’s doubtful this was Nixon’s goal but who was pulling his puppet strings? It seems regardless of who is in charge, the outcome remains largely the same as I doubt abortion would have been stopped by the Democrats had they been in charge rather than Nixon. Perhaps Trump wasn’t lying when he claimed the elections are rigged. I just can’t place the offshore manufacturing though from any American perspective. Profit before your own people, the very same people buying the products you’re profiting off it?!


#10

Their yellow journalism does that for itself. If anyone were to examine this article critically, they would notice it is all snippets of 1-8 words in quotes, bracketed by artistic license and inflammatory rhetoric.

The man is an economist, who has been suspected of corruption, and removed from his office for lack of confidence, officially, at least.

This article is garbage all the way around, not just because the dubious website it was posted on.


#11

Keep in mind anyone the media does not like gets labelled “suspected of corruption”. It is impossible to prove you are not suspected of corruption.

Keep in mind this new Academy was founded by people appointed by St JP 2, to the earlier Academy. THEY regard this man as credible.


#12

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