OPINION

Pope Francis received a barrage of criticism after reporting that he joined the Rockefeller and Ford foundations, among other globalist organizations, to push for “inclusive capitalism.”

According to Catholic News Agency (CNA), the partnership between the Council for Inclusive Capitalism and the Vatican was launched on Dec. 8.

The council is made up of globalist companies and organizations that, according to a website, want to implement a new, more “inclusive” and “sustainable” economic system.

Among the members are highly controversial organizations such as the Ford Foundation, Johnson & Johnson, the Rockefeller Foundation, and Merck.

According to the council’s press release, quoted by CNA, the recent agreement seeks to “reform capitalism into a powerful force” under the argument that it will be “for the good of humanity.”

However, these foundations, which have multimillion-dollar budgets, are strongly questioned for following an agenda that goes against family and religious values, while seeking to impose a global uniform idea to the detriment of traditional culture and the sovereignty of countries.

Of course, these plans are not openly promoted but they are rather masked behind euphemisms such as promoting “gender equality” and “family planning,” which are nothing more than breaking traditional family values and legalizing abortion.

Likewise, under the facade of seeking a more “sustainable” production scheme, they are promoting the production of renewable energies, like wind power, by imposing extraordinary taxes on the industry of fossil-based fuel, like oil, to the point of making these companies that support the current capitalist system unviable.

In case there is any doubt about who is behind this organization (and what their intentions are), it is enough to see who its founder is—Lynn Forester de Rothschild.

In addition to being the managing partner of Inclusive Capital Partners and supporting and funding Democratic politician Hillary Clinton, Forester de Rothschild is managing director of E.L. Rothschild, a holding company she owns with her third husband, Sir Evelyn Robert de Rothschild, one of the most recognizable members of the Rothschild family.

The controversial Rothschild family owns large banks and financial groups. In fact, for more than a century the family has handled the issuance of dollar bills at its discretion and, throughout the 20th century, has forged the implementation of the current system of fiat money [Fiat money is government-issued currency that is not backed by a physical commodity, such as gold or silver, but rather by the government that issued it]. 

This system basically consists of countries (including the United States) getting into debt with the Fed, in exchange for the Fed providing the dollars the economy needs to function: a round business for those who print the “green bills.”

In fact, this system has been generating a tiny financial-corporate elite that is getting richer and richer, to the detriment of a growing number of people who are becoming poorer and poorer (and dependent on the Fed’s dollars), almost without realizing it.

Politicians and conservatives have strongly criticized the recent announcement of the Vatican joining Council for Inclusive Capitalism. But what is surprising is that it has also received a marked rejection from the Catholic faithful who do not hesitate to openly criticize in forums and social networks.

“WE HAVE NO HOPE! ‘Tell me who your friends are and I’ll tell you who you are.’ The entire FREEMASON, the NEW WORLD ORDER, under the guidance of Pope Francis, pointing out the way forward. This is too strong, I could not even have thought of it at my worst moment” said a lady in the comment box of a well known Catholic media that published the controversial news.

“What does the Church have to say about these fellow travelers? Some have an abominable past and present resumé. They know how to exclude very well, in many ways, and they have been doing it and promoting it for years (…) All this within the framework of ‘human development’. But what will part of these groups understand about human development? If they do not respect the first fundamental right of man: the right to life,” commented another.

Another person said that the news and the people involved remind him of the story of Little Red Riding Hood and the big bad wolf disguised as a grandmother.

Some even said ironically, “No, it’s not possible. Everyone knows that the Rothschilds do not exist outside of conspiracy theories, or if any remain, they are currently only selling household appliances.”

“The ‘inclusive’ thing must be why ‘even yours is mine,'” another user wrote sarcastically.

Likewise, one person pointed out that these “demons are united by gender ideology, free abortion, and euthanasia (culture of death), homosexual culture (unions, adoption, and indoctrination of minors) and legal drugs.”

The comments and repercussions are many, conservative people and believers are totally disappointed by the direction taken by the Catholic Church and its highest spiritual leader. Perhaps we are at a time when the truth of what has been happening for decades, or even centuries, is coming to light. May God enlighten us and may we awaken.