As if there needs to be further evidence that the current occupant of St. Peter's Chair in Rome is a Marxist, the announcement of an upcoming conference at Assisi entitled the "Economy of Francesco" should convince any skeptic otherwise.
In his invitation letter to "young economists and entrepreneurs worldwide," Bergoglio sets the agenda for the Leftist confab quite clearly which is virulently anti-market, a call for massive redistribution of wealth, and a reordering of the current economic systems of the world with a healthy dose of climate change nonesense:
...a different kind of economy: one that brings life not death, one that is inclusive and not exclusive, humane and not dehumanizing, one that cares for the environment and does not despoil it.
While Bergoglio's Marxist credentials have been firmly established, his blasphemous actions and words has a growing number outside of "sedevacantist circles" calling him a heretic. The legitimacy of "Pope Francis," however, is more fundamental than him being a manifest heretic, but his standing as a legitimate pope is invalid since his ordination as a priest and his consecration as a bishop came under the new rites of Holy Orders instituted in the wake of the Second Vatican anti-Council (1962-1965).
The mastermind behind Bergoglio's summit is professor Luigino Bruni and from his comments he sounds more radical than the Argentine Apostate, if that is possible.Professor Bruni wants to use taxation as a weapon to "redistribute income and wealth from the rich to the poor."
Bruni, a professor of political economy at the Italian University, LUMSA, and the author of a number of books, basis his advocacy for redistribution of wealth on the Scriptures:
[T]he Bible has many words to offer our economic life and ideas [with] the transformation of wealth into well-being.
It appears that the good professor's Bible is missing the Seventh Commandment of the Decalogue which solemnly states: THOU SHALL NOT STEAL!In no legitimate commentary ever written on this Commandment is there an exception made for the confiscation of wealth from the well-to-do to be given to the poor. Probably just an oversight on the Professor's part.
[Ron: THIS Capitalist rhetoric is beginning to get a bit thick! In truth many of the "well to do" tend to be complicit in the THEFT of the wealth of the majority of the population by banksters and mega corporatists and their ilk. In that sense, genuine community action(s) to restrict the theft of the produtivity of society as a whole AND to confiscate the ill gotten wealth of the "well to do" is NOT inappropriate. After all, one of the known divine Cosmic commandments is "THOU SHALT NOT STEAL"!].
Because they are blinded by socialistic ideology, Bruni, Bergoglio, and the likes of Bernie Sanders cannot see that the growing wealth inequality which they complain about is not the result of "capitalism," but is the outcome of the monetary policy of the world's central banks. This, along with [Ron: divine cosmicly unlawful] tax policies which hamper innovation and shield the entrenched financial class from competition, is why financial elites are able to [Ron: unlawfully and criminally] maintain and increase their power.
Central bank policy of suppressing interest rates and of money printing allow banks and financial institutions to receive "free money" which they can invest and speculate with at zero cost. The boom (actually a bubble) in asset prices on Wall Street is a demonstration of how wealth disparity takes place.
[Ron: Using euphemisms like "wealth disparity" conceals the truth that the current Central Banking practice of creating trillions of USD and other currencies out of thin air and issuing it to commercial banks and financial institutions at vitually zero cost, enabling speculative investments at zero risk, IS FRAUD AND THEFT on the general populations of the nations in which they operate.].
If Bergoglio really meant to reform the present system, he would call for the abolition of central banking and a return to "hard money."Under such an order, banks and financial institutions become wealthy on their ability to make prudent investment decisions subjected to profit and loss.A free market in bankingis the antithesis of the current system of credit expansion and money printing.
[Ron: At best this is typical status quo thinking. More likely it is DISINFORMATION. At best it is mired in false and misleading ideas about usurious banksterism and capitalist monetary policies.This author fails to note that "free market banking" is usurious banking which is the primary cause of wealth inequality, slavery, poverty and criminal activity in our world. Banks DO NOT become wealthy "on their ability to make prudent investment decisions subjected to profit and loss." They become wealthy by STEALING the productivity of workers and everyone else in society by charging interest (usury) on FIAT debt tokens fraudulently created out of thin air and called "money" which they fraudulently lend to individuals and corporations charging compound interest on it.].
Not only have Bergoglio and his cohorts abandoned the Faith, but they have also overturned the Church's long-held condemnation of socialism and have ignored many of its own outstanding thinkers on financial matters. From the Scholastics to the School of Salamanca through the Jesuits and the great Cardinal Cajetan, who finally taught the proper doctrine on interest rates, the Church has produced scores of eminent economic thinkers in its long history.
School of Salamanca
Ever since [Ron: the demonic, Talmudic collectivist ideology of] socialism reared its ugly head as a social system of thought, the Church has warned of its dangers even its more milder forms as Pope Pius XII wrote, "No Catholic could subscribe even to moderate socialism."
[Ron: What Pope Pius XII should have said though, was that 'No Catholic can subscribe to usury and usurious banking.].
Since Vatican II and especially under Bergoglio's regime, however, [Ron: cultural Marxist ie Talmudic]Leftist ideas of all sorts have been warmly embraced.
At the heart of socialism, be it Marxism or its equally pernicious [Ron: other Talmudic] variants, lies envy which became a part of the human condition with the fall of man.[Ron: However the proximate and prinicple cause of "envy" is the money meme and the social disparaties and false consciousness about individual identity and worthit generates.]
While once condemned, envy has been turned into a virtue by the likes of Bergoglio.
While such ideas may sound appealing to human sensibilities, they will not pass the Divine Judge who knows the thoughts and souls of all His creatures even those of supposed popes.
[Ron: The Creator does not "judge" human behaviour; we judge ourselves; and our own thoughts and actions determine our rate of spiritual evolvement and hence how many reincarnations we must endure before getting the self knowledge and wisdom needed to progress through the Creation to meet the Creator. We have eternity to do that, unless we consciously choose not to continue our eternal journey to Paradise.].
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