by Leo Zagami
Globalists are trying to take over the Catholic
faith that's existed for over 2000 years
Moreover, Acts 4:32 does not constitute an exception
to private ownership, as the early believers
retained private property while being generous with
Only a few days after Pope
Francis pushed for,
"the regeneration of
existing institutions" and "global governance" because we are
"in debt to nature itself, as well as the people and countries
affected by human-induced ecological degradation and
Here we go again with
more leftist propaganda for the Great anti-Christian Reset by
the Jesuit Pope.
Pope Francis left
the Vatican this morning to
celebrate Mass in the nearby church of the Holy Spirit in
Sassia in the center of Rome where a group of prisoners and inmates
were also present at the celebration as well as some so-called
"refugees" from the Middle East.
So this was the ideal stage for a Communist/Globalist stunt by the
During the Mass Pope Francis commented on Acts 4:32 that says:
"All the believers
were one in heart and mind.
No one claimed that any of their possessions was their own, but
they shared everything they had."
In a statement that
promotes Communism, Bergoglio stated to a rather puzzled
congregation that sharing,
communism, but it is pure Christianity."
The Pope obviously stated
this not for the love for the Gospels or Jesus way of
life, but in preparation of the infamous "Great
Reset" announced last year by the World Economic Forum
Klaus Schwab, who founded the
WEF in 1971.
The projections of the WEF's
"Global Future Councils," state that people would have to rent and
borrow their necessities from the state, which would be the sole
proprietor of all goods.
The supply of goods
would be rationed in line with a social credit points system.
Shopping in the traditional sense would disappear along with the
private purchases of goods.
Every personal move would be tracked electronically, and all
production would be subject to the requirements of clean energy
and a sustainable environment and this is what Pope Francis and
the catholic church are promoting today.
In this nightmarish new
world that the Pope and
the New World Order are setting up
for us, there would be no private ownership of houses, nor would
anyone pay rent, because someone else will be using our free space
whenever we do not need it!
A person's living room, for example, might be used for business
meetings when one is absent, but in exchange you would have free
access to transportation, accommodation, food, and all the things we
need in our daily lives, but remember,
you will own
So what do the Old
Testament and the New Testament have to say about private
As It turns out,
quite a lot...
The Bible upholds the
importance of owning and being able to use private property.
It is especially wrong to steal or to covet someone else's property.
all property is owned by the Lord...
controversial passage in Acts 4:32 does not constitute an exception
to this, as the early believers retained private property while
being generous with their possessions.
They voluntarily shared what they had through what seems to have
been a temporary arrangement not a permanent one like the Pope and
his Davos friends are trying to
impose on us because the Bible's central principles are consistent
with a market economy, commonly called capitalism.
Furthermore, the Bible's central principles also contradict a
centrally-planned economy, often referred to as socialism.
Capitalism is an
economic system that largely allows markets to allocate scarce
resources through prices, property rights, and profit/loss
Socialism is a system under which the government owns the means
The government uses
coercive taxation and wealth distribution to allocate resources.
The government also makes decisions over property, prices, and
communism is a progression from socialism...
It is both a political and economic system that would abolish
private property and give to individuals based on need, just
like Pope Francis and WEF want.
Such a project is anti-Christian and in line with the coming age of