True World Authority (new glossary entry)

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A few years ago (BEFORE Pope Francis), I read a report from THE PONTIFICAL COUNCIL FOR JUSTICE AND PEACE that recommended, in the wake of the financial crisis, that we should have a True World Authority. That’s World Government, folks, and the only thing that would separate a True World Authority from the United Nations we already have is the power to kill (enforce laws just or unjust) and the power to steal (Taxation is Theft!) I just scratch my head.

http://www.vatican.va/roman_curia/pontifical_councils/justpeace/documents/rc_pc_justpeace_doc_20111024_nota_en.html

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5 Responses to True World Authority (new glossary entry)

  1. This universal (world) authority was mentioned in the Vatican II document Gaudium et spes (1965) paragraph 81: “This goal undoubtedly requires the establishment of some universal public authority acknowledged as such by all and endowed with the power to safeguard on the behalf of all, security, regard for justice, and respect for rights.” See: http://www.vatican.va/archive/hist_councils/ii_vatican_council/documents/vat-ii_const_19651207_gaudium-et-spes_en.html

  2. Gail says:

    Well now we know how the world ended up with Pope Francis. He is the most outspoken Pontiff yet for the One World Order.

  3. Ken says:

    So you plant a seed and it’s “six degrees from separation.” I pick Jay Rockeller. 1. Cyber Security Act. 2. Sec. of Commerce 3. NSA 4. International Sciences. 5. Crony Capitalism (along w/regs) 6. World Domination.

    I wonder if this is the Bilderberg’s theme song?

  4. JB says:

    Wondered how you felt about this paragraph-“A liberalist approach, unsympathetic towards public intervention in markets, chose to allow an important international financial institution to fall into bankruptcy, on the assumption that this would contain the crisis and its effects. Unfortunately, this spawned a widespread lack of confidence and a sudden change in attitudes.” I don’t have the energy to read the whole thing, but here’s my take: this council is trying to advocate for legislating morality, which cannot be done. People from X country suffer because the leaders of that country are corrupt. People of X country can’t get ahead because they have not had a minimum of exposure to some amount of training in critical thinking. People of X country are not willing to fight their own leaders but instead have decided to enter en masse another country and to demand to be granted complete protection and support from the host gvt. Major corporations, banks fail due to corruption and expect to be bailed out by gvts which are really the little people. So, a simplistic approach by the Church is to think that a central authority (from which we all run screaming) is the solution to the problem. It is naiive or trusting, which isn’t that surprising. I appreciate the concern for people the Church demonstrates and I wish it would simply advocate good behavior instead of supranational bodies to control the world.

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