Posted Dec 15, 2013 by Martin Armstrong
I am not the only one who has said the Pope is preaching Marxism. He does not know anything about the economy and what he has said is highly dangerous and likely to justify violence and more civil unrest in Italy particularly. He has responded to critics who have also called him a Marxist:
“Marxist ideology is wrong,” the Pope told the Italian newspaper La Stampa in an interview published on Saturday. “But I have met many Marxists in my life who are good people, so I don’t feel offended.”
I am sorry. He may have beat Snowden for Man or the Year only because Time would have been in trouble with Obama for naming Snowden who he says is a traitor for exposing the illegal activity of his administration. I guess that is like blaming the person who told your spouse you were cheating that led to the divorce not that you were cheating has anything to do with the issue.
Nevertheless, making the Pope Man of the Year does not change the fact that he is more-likely-than-not fueling the fires of civil unrest that will lead to more violence rather than peace. Just for the record that people who will think I am just anti-Catholic or something like that – I was raised Catholic. Like politics, I do not buy what any leader has to say just because of their position. God created us with equal rights – not equal talents – and government has no disproportionate right to extort the people simply abusing them for being more talented than a bureaucrat.
How about reading the Ten Commandments instead of coveting what everyone else possesses. If this was the Law of God, written by God, then I would think that it should overrule what Marx wrote that led to the killing of far more people in history than any other theory – Stalin, Hitler, and Mao. I will be glad to fly to the Vatican to explain economics before tens or millions die in the coming civil unrest because of socialism thanks to this stupid endorsement of corrupt politicians. As they say, the Road to Hell is paved with good intentions.
Thou shalt not covet
|Exodus 20:1-17||Deuteronomy 5:4-21|
|“or his male servant, or his female servant, or his ox, or his donkey, or anything that is your neighbor’s.”||“or his male servant, or his female servant, his ox, or his donkey, or anything that is your neighbor’s.’|