The Pope Wants You to Pray for a One World Religion

‘You will all obey the world religion’ – Pope Francis (Image source)

The Marxist, globalist, Soros apparatchik currently posing as head of the Catholic faith wants to scrap the Catholic Church. He didn’t say that in so many words but he has called on Catholics to pray for the creation of a world religion (because love and peace) which would embrace Catholicism, the Protestant denominations, Orthodox, Syriac, Armenian, Ethiopian and Coptic Christians, Christian Scientists, Rosicrucians, Theosophists, Freemasons, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Seventh Day Adventists, Amish, Latter Day Saints, and presumably Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, Jain, Sikh, Shinto, Pagans, Shamanistic Animists, Jedi, Wiccans and Satanists. In other words they guy’s a deluded fuckwit.

from Truthstream Media:
The Hegelian dialectic has been defined as “the framework for guiding our thoughts and actions into conflicts that lead us to a predetermined solution”. What we’re seeing now is the thesis + antithesis = synthesis of a centuries-long plot unfold before our eyes — politically, economically, and religiously.

The Pope (or the guy with the pope robe and silly hat everyone is calling the Pope, whichever you prefer) is now openly calling for everyone to pray for a one world religion “because love and peace”. It’s the closest we’ll get to a one world religion commercial, complete with swelling emotional music and claims that this is about peace and love and acceptance and love and peace. They sure do always promise a utopia, don’t they? Reminds us of Jeremiah 6:14, when they say “peace, peace,” when there is no peace…

Funny, while he calls for this open discussion about religions coming together, the comments section of the original YouTube video have been closed.

For the rest of the article and a video CLICK HERE The punchline? The video was put together by the Jesuit global prayer network.

This latest move will come as no surprise to those who have dubbed Frankie, “The New World Order’s Pope” because of his support for globalist, anything-but-christian ideology, his contempt for Catholic theology, dictatorial attitude towards the College of Cardinals and his determination to trash traditional Catholic values.

It is very doubtful that Pope Frankie is The Antichrist as some are suggesting, he seems to us to be just another shallow, opportunistic, egomaniacal world domination freak pitching for a global totalitarian government in which he probably has been promised a role.

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Atheists Miss The Bus

Have you heard about the half-baked scheme to put adverts for atheism on London buses?

Assuming The Lord Our Bozza gives the OK (he may be quite protective about his beloved Routemasters) you may soon see a fleet of buses bearing the text, “There is probably no God, now stop worrying and enjoy your life.”

Probably? PROBABLY? Talk about a cop out. it would make me ashamed to be an atheist, except I’m not an atheist, I’m a non-theist. Probably no God is wussy. Do you hear American evangelical preachers saying “Well if you sin guys, God will probably cast you down into hell. Hell no.

ABANDON YOUR SINFUL WAYS AND WORSHIP THE LORD OR YOU WILL BURN IN ETERNAL FIRE,” they yell. Not a shred of doubt about it. Would a Muslim fundamentalist say “If the infidel insults Islam, Allah will probably destroy them? I think not.

Were I to turn up in heaven the only person more surprised than be would be God himself. You see I’m a non – theist. As God can only exist in the minds of those who believe God has never existed in my mind. Belief is a very personal thing so nobody can impose their personal God on me. I cannot be punished by that which I choose not to create, there is no probably about it.

Assuming when we say God we mean the God of Christianity and more specifically the God of the Protestant reformation, the fire and brimstone guy with the pithy commandments and the fuck off beard, far from being The Ancient Of Days he’s just a young whippersnapper really, 2600 years old at the most. Before that people were smarter, they knew the gods did not exist in the way cheese and mountains exist but gods did supply a convenient peg to hang some very complex ideas on. This suited the kind of people ho like to avoid thinking about complex things because it makes their head hurt.

Modern athesists, the noisy ones at least – most of us just get on with our lives – tend to be scientists. Now I have often irritated scientists by pointing out that they love science because it offers certainties. Ant that is, is it not, exactly what belief offers believers. It is this need for certainty that leads to bus molesting atheists to qualify their lack of belief with a probably. Now with that in mind I could say I don’t believe in atheists on the grounds that those who are constantly yelling “I’m an atheist” crave the kind of crutches that religion has always provided for the emotionally unstable. But should people who unwittingly trying to turn science into a religion (The Church of Scienceology?)really be advertising atheism on buses. And is their campaign legal, decent, honest and truthful?” After all if their view of science is as something that has dogmas, a creed, items of faith and so on. Such people are not really free thinkers are they? They bow to the received wisdom of the High Priests of Science.

When such people demand that we respect them for their intellect, objectivity and rational thinking perhaps we should tell them we pity their insane faith in logic, reason and order. Such people are simply clinging to a different set of certainties to religionists.

In putting adverts of buses the trendy London NuLab atheists show they have truly missed the bus. True non – believers are not worried about what people who follow a faith are doing and have no time for evangelising, we are too busy enjoying our lives, after all we only get the one. People of faith are not worried about God, they think it’s the rest of us who should be worrying.

The kind of people who are worrying about God are the logical thinkers who are saying “Yeah, well, speaking as a, like, rational dude, there’s, you know, probably no God; if we take an evidence based approach the evidence is overwhelmingly against the existence of a divine being but you can, like, never be absolutely certain until the case can, like, be scientifically tested under controlled conditions and the, like, findings published in an academic paper for peer review.”

Hardly likely to win the battle of hearts and minds is it? Certainly not mine anyway and you can be sure I will not be seen riding on an atheist bus. I don’t believe in buses you see.

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The process is under way to select a new poet laurate to replace the retiring Andrew Motion. One of the names in the frame is Wendy Cope though the very popular Wendy has said she is not interested. My name as not been out forward so far.

As The Church of England blunders towards a Schism here is one of the reasons why I’m not being pushed as poet laureate.

In America there are so many religious dominations that schisms are ten – a – penny. In Europe however people tend to stick with the four main congregations, Catholic, Lutheran, Orthodox and Anglican. Thus a schism only comes along once every few generations. Therefore the current split over the ordination of gay men and women in the Anglican Church is something to treasure. People living through it are never likely to see another schism in their lifetime. This piece of whimsical wordsmithery commemorates in rhyme the Schism of 2008.

There is bound to be a schism
whenever fundamentalism
confronts progressive thinking in the church.
The problem with Theism
when it passes through the prism
of reason is it splits, distorts the object of the search.

When first the gentle Arians
found their views at variance
with the more aggressive Church of Rome
bones were broken blood was shed.
They did not pray but fought instead,
for the right to claim the Christian message as their own.

A child conceived from Divine Jizzum
by a Virgin? Tritheism?
That issue split split Orthodox from Catholic creed.
The centuries later Lutherism
questioned if the Christ was risen
or should communicants eat unleavened bread.

The Protestant condemnation
of transubstantiation
led Neitsche to conclude that God was dead
but the Evanelical revival
gave the established church a rival.
Through internicine conflict faith was saved.

Now the Anglican communion
falls into disunion.
The split? Can gays and women serve The Lord?
And they’re about to have a schism,
it’s a Christian tradition.
Lust for power screams out louder than the word.

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Is it time for a Protestant Pope?

The new Pope has proved a disappointment to many people already, having made it clear that the Catholic church’s stance on abortion, contraception, celibate priests (i.e. no sex, but fiddling with the altar boys does not count) homosexuality (i.e. no same gender sex, but fiddling with the altar boys does not count) and women will not change one iota. And there will be lots of new saints. And lots of new Saint merchandising opportunities.

A problem for all of us regardless of our faith is that whoever is chosen as Pope will automatically become a major player on the world political stage but will represent only Roman Catholics and only rich Roman Catholics at that. Imagine the furore if President Bush had been inaugurated only to represent Southern Baptists, Tony Blair’s loyal oath bound him only to consider the interests of Church of England members, or Jaques Chirac decided only to act on behalf of Jaques Chirac… ah – erm Jaques Chirac does only act on behalf of Jaques Chirac doesn’t he?

The problem with this whole Pope business lies in the fact that Catholics are such a close bunch, all that “one true church” business and the mystery of transubstantiation and stuff like that has put it into their collective consciousness that the rest of us do not deserve a say in what happens in the world of silly hats and candlesticks, that the whole ecumenical movement is for us to learn from them but not for them to learn from us. And so our suggestions that maybe God gave us condoms because He was trying to tell us there are enough people now and He does not want anybody to go hungry fall on deaf ears.

That they are so clannish is a great pity because the catholic and protestant movements are closer to each other now than at any time since the schism.
When Martin Luther went to Rome to discuss the problems German communicants were having with certain superstitions, particularly the business of communion bread and wine turning into the flesh and blood of Jesus he met similar intransigence.

“Give us a break,” Luther said to Pope Leo, “we’re not barbarians in Germany. We can live with the communion symbolising the flesh and blood, but actually changing in our mouths, that’s gross.”

“Eff off,” said Leo. “I’m the Pope, its my church and what I say goes, if you don’t like it start your own church.”

Luther went off in a huff and months later news drifted back to Rome that he was into the Diet of Worms.

“See, I told you they are barbarians, Catholics will stick with Atkins variants,” Pope Leo told his Cardinals.

For a few centuries it looked as if the two sides would never see eye to eye but in the late twentieth century a tide of social change began after The Beatles released Sgt. Pepper. The traditional churches had to respond to the new popularity of Eastern mysticism and crackpot New Age belief systems. Both Catholic and fundamentalist protestant dogma adapted to embrace extreme ideas. Both factions dislike contraception, abortion, homosexuality and women. Especially women.

It seems obvious therefore that if both sides can find a little goodwill and flexibility there is no reason why we cannot have a Protestant candidate for the papacy. I deliberately exclude The Church of England on grounds that not only is it not a protestant church that has no problem with abortion, contraception, homosexuality and women but also that it does seem to have a bit of a problem with concept of God. You might wonder where this is heading, after all if Protestant and Catholic are so similar nothing would change much anyway. Ah the perils of short – termism.

Given the obvious flaws in the democratic system of The Church of Rome and commitments expressed by Bush and Blair to spreading true democracy ought we not to be badgering our politicians to occupy the Vatican, effect regime change and pave the way for future Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, Scientologist and Moonie Popes. A Protestant Pope would just be the single step with which ever journey begins. Imagine a world in which Pope Dalai Lama the first had some influence.

Time is of the essence because the new bloke is well past seventy and unlikely to stick around for twenty odd years.

Demand a Protestant Pope now, you know it makes sense.