The Pope gave a speech this past Saturday where he issued 9 new commandments.
Before he began going through his absurd, anti-science, and in some ways heretical new commandments, Pope Francis compared rioters to “the good samaritan” and unapologetically called for a policy of Universal Basic Income from the papal seat. Yes, he called for a completely economically erroneous policy in an address to the world from the most prominent religious seat on the planet.
- His first commandment was to abolish intellectual property. More specifically for “the great pharmaceutical laboratories to release the patents” of the COVID-19 vaccines. “Make a gesture of humanity and allow every country, every people, every human being, to have access to the vaccines.”
- He directly demanded nations move to a socialist financial model and distribute resources based on socioeconomic status. Instead of believing in the biblical model of charity, he believes that we should disregard Paul’s letters and coerce people to give. He commands us “to allow poor countries to assure ‘the basic needs of their people’ and to cancel those debts that so often are contracted against the interests of those same peoples.” We should forgive all debts, essentially enabling theft.
- He then slandered productive industries such as forestry which, at least from US based companies, is not deforesting any part of the planet. In fact, United States forestry companies are required to plant two trees for every one they cut down and because of them, there are more trees on planet earth today than 50 years ago. He demanded “the great extractive industries—mining, oil, forestry, real estate, agribusiness—to stop destroying forests, wetlands and mountains, to stop polluting rivers and seas, to stop poisoning food and people.”
- He slandered the food industry, telling them to “stop imposing monopolistic systems of production and distribution that inflate prices and end up withholding bread from the hungry.”
- He directly commanded all arms manufacturers “to completely stop their activity” as, “it foments violence and war, it contributes to those awful geopolitical games which cost millions of lives displaced and millions dead.” Because it is of course the weapon that kills and not the wielder and guns can clearly never be used to safeguard human life.
- He called for internet censorship by demanding “the technology giants to stop exploiting human weakness, people’s vulnerability, for the sake of profits without caring about the spread of hate speech, grooming, fake news, conspiracy theories, and political manipulation.”
- He then called for all internet providers to simply work for free and give everyone universal internet access by calling “the telecommunications giants to ease access to educational material and connectivity for teachers via the internet so that poor children can be educated even under quarantine.”
- His next dictate went to “the media,” in general, but the use of buzzwords made it clear who he was talking about when he called “the media to stop the logic of post-truth, disinformation, defamation, slander and the unhealthy attraction to dirt and scandal, and to contribute to human fraternity and empathy with those who are most deeply damaged.” This almost seems good until you realize the specifics of what he’s actually referring to: namely any criticism of vaccines, Coronavirus numbers, or socialist redistribution of wealth.
- He finally decided to condone genocide or at least oppose sanctions against it. The Pope called all nations to “to stop aggression, blockades and unilateral sanctions against any country anywhere on earth.” This of course includes China who is currently leading a genocide against Uyghur Muslims in the Xinjiang Province of that country. He also demanded that we say “no to neo-colonialism,” and to resolve all international conflicts in a UN style body, quite literally calling for a globalist new world order. What a fine note to end on.