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Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Pope calls for more market regulation, denies he is Marxist

Prophecy Sign:  Religious Babylon and Economic/Political Babylon work together 

The False religious system of the Tribulation is rapidly coming together and is readying itself to work hand in hand with the future one world government to implement the new economic world order.

One of the seven angels who had the seven bowls came and said to me, “Come, I will show you the punishment of the great prostitute, who sits by many waters.  With her the kings of the earth committed adultery, and the inhabitants of the earth were intoxicated with the wine of her adulteries.” Revelation 17:1-2 NIV

Pope calls for more market regulation, denies he is Marxist
Pope Francis has called for more regulation of financial markets and rejected suggestions that his criticisms of unbridled capitalism smack of Marxism. "Markets and financial speculation cannot enjoy absolute autonomy," he said in an interview published in La Stampa newspaper on Sunday, calling for greater ethics in the economy and a better distribution of the earth's resources. "We cannot wait any longer to resolve the structural causes of poverty in order to cure our society of an illness that can only lead to new crises," he said. Conservative Catholics, particularly in the United States, have criticized some of his past pronouncements on the economy, with several openly calling him a Marxist. But the Argentine pope said he was just stating Church teachings.

Pope Says Concern for Poor Is Gospel, Not Communism

Vatican's Turn to the Left Will Make the Poor Poorer
Pope Francis - and I say this as a Catholic - is a complete disaster when it comes to his policy pronouncements. On the economy, and now on the environment, the Pope has allied himself with the far left and has embraced an ideology that would make people poorer and less free. Francis is reportedly preparing a lengthy encyclical message to the world's 1.2 billion Catholics on the need for decisive action on climate change and will speak before the U.N. General Assembly on this subject later this year.

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