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Friday, June 26, 2015

In 2011 Vatican called for world government led by UN to oversee "fair distribution of world wealth." In 2014 Pope Francis tells UN groups wealth should be redistributed by governments. Vatican's UN pals are unelected, unaccountable, can't be convicted of any crime anywhere in the world, and only survive with forced donations by US taxpayers

10/24/2011, "Towards Reforming Financial and Monetary Systems in the Context of Global Public Authority," Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, The Vatican, Peter K.A. Cardinal Turkson, President, Bishop Mario Toso, Secretary

"With due respect for the competent civil and political authorities, the Council hereby offers and shares its reflection: Towards reforming the international financial and monetary systems in the context of global public authority....

The G20 leaders themselves said in the Statement they adopted in Pittsburgh in 2009: “The economic crisis demonstrates the importance of ushering in a new era of sustainable global economic activity grounded in responsibility” (3)....  
 
We hope that world leaders and all people of good will find this reflection helpful."...

2nd to last paragraph in subhead 3. "An Authority over Globalization:"  

"A long road still needs to be travelled before arriving at the creation of a public Authority with universal jurisdiction. It would seem logical for the reform process to proceed with the United Nattions as its reference because of the worldwide scope of the UN’s responsibilities, its ability to bring together the nations of the world, and the diversity of its tasks and those of its specialized Agencies. The fruit of such reforms ought to be a greater ability to adopt policies and choices that are binding because they are aimed at achieving the common good on the local, regional and world levels. Among the policies, those regarding global social justice seem most urgent: financial and monetary policies that will not damage the weakest countries(19); and policies aimed at achieving free and stable markets and a fair distribution of world wealth, which may also derive from unprecedented forms of global fiscal solidarity, which will be dealt with later. On the way to creating a world political Authority, questions of governance (that is, a system of merely horizontal coordination without a higher authority super partes) cannot be separated from those of a shared government (that is, a system which in addition to horizontal coordination establishes a higher authority super partes) which is functional and proportionate to the gradual development of a global political society."...via Rosa Koire, Democrats Against UN Agenda 21
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Comment from Rosa Koire: "Yes, it just makes sense that the United Nations would be world authority. It "seems logical."

Rosa continues:


Perhaps the Pope, who just accepted the resignation of one of his US Archbishops over pedophilia charges and church coverups, should change the climate in the Catholic Church.  Why are there still pedophiles hiding in confessionals, orphanages, and classrooms?  Perhaps the Pope should resign so that he can take over the UN's Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals---we'd be sure that they would fail.  The Catholic Church is committed to UN Agenda 21. - See more at: http://www.democratsagainstunagenda21.com/the-way-we-see-itour-blog#sthash.sWyGrXJ2.dpufPerhaps the Pope, who has just accepted the resignation of one of his US Archbishops over pedophilia charges and church coverups, should change the climate in the Catholic Church. Why are there still pedophiles hiding in confessionals, orphanages, and classrooms? Perhaps the Pope should resign so he can take over the UN's post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals--we'd be sure they would fail. The Catholic Church is committed to UN Agenda 21." The Vatican was one of 179 who agreed to the UN Agenda 21 Agreement in 1992.












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At 2014 UN speech in Rome Pope Francis says that earned wages must be taken from workers "by the state" and redistributed. Ban Ki-Moon invites Francis to speak at UN:

5/9/2014, "Pope urges 'legitimate redistribution' of wealth," AP, Nicole Winfield 

"Pope Francis called Friday for governments to redistribute wealth and benefits to the poor in a new spirit of generosity to help curb the "economy of exclusion" that is taking hold today.

Francis made the appeal during a speech to U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and the heads of major U.N. agencies
who met in Rome this week. Latin America's first pope has frequently lashed out at the injustices of capitalism and the global economic system. On Friday, Francis called for the United Nations to promote a "worldwide ethical mobilization" of solidarity with the poor.

He said a more equal form of economic progress can be had through "the legitimate redistribution of economic benefits by the state, as well as indispensable cooperation between the private sector and civil society."

Francis urged the U.N. to promote development goals that attack the root causes of poverty and hunger, protect the environment and ensure dignified labor for all.

Friday's audience came just days after the Holy See was battered in a second round of grilling by a U.N. committee over its record of handling priestly sex abuse. Neither the pope nor Ban spoke of the issue. Francis did refer to another topic at the U.N. hearings: the church's opposition to abortion, which U.N. committee members have criticized as an impediment to women's access to reproductive health care.

Francis called for respect for life "from conception to natural death" and his denunciation of the "culture of death" echoed previous papal exhortations against abortion.

During the meeting, Ban invited Francis to speak to the United Nations. The Vatican hasn't confirmed any such trip, but Francis is widely expected to visit the U.S. in September 2015 to participate in a church meeting on families in Philadelphia, making a U.N. stop likely."
















Photo provided by the Vatican newspaper L'Osservatore Romano.


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June 13, 1992, Pres. George H.W. Bush praises "this mammoth Agenda 21 document and the Rio Declaration" at press conference in Rio de Janeiro after UN climate summit:

"Well, let me first express my thanks and congratulations to President Collor and the Brazilian people and to all responsible for this Conference for their hospitality, for their tremendous success in hosting the Earth summit. It's obvious to all who came to Rio that the Brazilians made a special effort to accommodate so many heads of states and delegates and journalists and visitors. They managed it flawlessly, and they managed it with grace and good humor. We've had a very successful visit. 

We've signed a climate convention. We've asked others to join us in presenting action plans for the implementation of the climate convention. We've won agreement on forest principles. We found a warm reception among the G-7 and many developing countries to our Forests for the Future initiative. Many U.S. proposals on oceans and public participation on the importance of economic instruments and free markets were included in this mammoth Agenda 21 document and the Rio Declaration

Let me be clear on one fundamental point. The United States fully intends to be the world's preeminent leader in protecting the global environment. We have been that for many years. We will remain so. We believe that environment and development, the two subjects of this Conference, can and should go hand in hand. A growing economy creates the resources necessary for environmental protection, and environmental protection makes growth sustainable over the long term. I think that recognition of that fact by leaders from around the world is the central accomplishment of this important Rio Conference."...




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Perhaps the Pope, who just accepted the resignation of one of his US Archbishops over pedophilia charges and church coverups, should change the climate in the Catholic Church.  Why are there still pedophiles hiding in confessionals, orphanages, and classrooms?  Perhaps the Pope should resign so that he can take over the UN's Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals---we'd be sure that they would fail.  The Catholic Church is committed to UN Agenda 21. - See more at: http://www.democratsagainstunagenda21.com/the-way-we-see-itour-blog#sthash.sWyGrXJ

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