The Watchman On The Wall

The Watchman On The Wall
Eph 6:12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. Verse 13 Wherefore take unto you the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand.

Saturday, May 6, 2017

Why Is The Pope Attacking Libertarian Individualism?


Jeff Berwick wrote this article.

"I cannot fail to speak of the grave risks associated with the invasion of the positions of libertarian individualism at high strata of culture and in school and university education," the Pope said in an message sent to members of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences meeting in the Vatican.

Wait, wait, wait, wait… libertarian individualism is invading the high strata of culture and school?

That's news to me. I know libertarianism is getting fairly popular… but 99% of schools I've seen are dominated by liberals, leftists and Marxists. The same goes for "culture" where Hollywood is infested with the same type of communist mindset. I just returned from UC Berkeley where I was pepper sprayed and tear gassed by the communist students who were fighting against free speech, as just one example!

So, right off the bat, this is interesting to hear that Pope Francis thinks libertarianism is becoming so widespread that it is a threat to the current power structures. Certainly, at the very least, it is becoming a big enough issue that the Pope felt he needed to smash it before it got too big!

He went on to say, "A common characteristic of this fallacious paradigm is that it minimizes the common good," and continued to call it a "selfish ideal."

Libertarianism doesn't "minimize the common good." How can you minimize the common good by not stealing from or killing your neighbors?

Someone else had a catchy little thing about that. I think it was Jesus who said, "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you."

They call it the Golden Rule. And that is essentially the same motto of the libertarians/anarchists and their non-aggression principle (NAP) worded another way.

Jesus, in fact, by all his actions, was an anarchist.

But, Pope Francis couldn't care less about Jesus.

The Pope, who is actually a Jesuit, which is one of the most nefarious and evil secret societies in the history of the world, is a front man for the satanic globalist elites.

He plays a few roles. One is in destroying Christianity by merging all the world's religions. And, secondly, to help usher in the communist, world government New World Order (NWO).

He has called countless times over the years for global communism which countries like Venezuela and Cuba are currently enjoying.

Libertarians are against theft. It's actually one of the commandments… I don't know if the Pope has had any time to leaf through his Bible yet.

Meanwhile, the Pope is calling for a global system of theft via communism… just like Jesus would have done, right?

Surely we all remember the psalm where Jesus said, "And send forth ye armed men to extort and rob all in order to give unto those who are in need after the King and his bureaucracy taketh their share."

The Pope is, in fact, calling for a world based on extortion and theft.

And then warns against the Christ like libertarians who he says are "invading".

Invading? Like during the crusades where it is estimated that roughly 1.7 million people died in total. The real numbers are probably significantly higher. A libertarian "invasion" has much less murder and torture… in fact, a libertarian invasion results in the invaders just leaving you alone.

Clearly the Pope has been told by the people who control him that he needs to attack libertarianism because it is becoming a serious threat to their evil control system.

All of the horrendous acts of murder, rape and pillage in world history have been conducted by two groups. Government and religion. 

Libertarianism, or anarchism, which is the purest form of libertarianism, offers the solution. It is not the problem. And that is precisely why the Pope is attacking it.

What might be the funniest thing about the Pope attacking libertarians is the fact that he lives one of the most libertarian lives on Earth.

He has his own private tax free compound where he hordes tons of guns and gold. He is living the libertarian dream.

A hypocrite to say the least. But what else would you expect from the Pope.

He spends most of his days trying to 
cover up the massive amount of pedophilia in his organization and, when it comes to light, pardons it.

And when he is not doing that, he's operating the world's largest racket of selling God which 
Time Magazine estimates is worth $10 to $15 billion… but of course Time magazine is a globalist elite rag and is likely underestimating that number by an order of magnitude.

In any case, it is worth billions, if not trillions… all while he admonishes people to give to the poor from his golden throne. Or, from in front of this satanic looking thing pictured above.

1 comment:

Jean said...

Somehow, Jesus looks Satanic in the "artwork" hanging above the Pope.