VILE PAPAL COMPROMISE— Old Socialism is Rebranded as “New Capitalism” at the Vatican
Bruno Le Maire, Minister of Economy and Finance, visited the Vatican and gave a speech titled, New Forms of Solidarity: Towards a Fraternal Inclusion, Integration and Innovation.
Again, we have cut some of the speech in order to more briefly dissect and analyze the anatomy of today’s sterilized evil. Make sure not to be deceived by the initial praises sung of Capitalism. Marx sang praises of the Bourgeoise too, as the necessary predicate of his system. For those who don’t want to read the entire speech, the thought goes something like this: If we Communists want to make a living by stealing and killing, then we need to target storehouses of abundance and their owners. Bourgeoise industrialists have revolutionized the means of production. An abundance of products and wealth have been created by their Capitalist division of labor and manufacturing machinery. Therefore, we Communist thieves are now in the perfect position to ransack the storehouses of abundance after murdering the previous owners– or taxing their businesses to death…
For those of you who dare to read, here is the deceitful speech, cut down into its bleeding heart. Make sure to put some Salt in the wound.
“Dear ministers…Capitalism is the leading economic model across the planet. It has brought prosperity. It has lifted millions of people out of poverty… But… Capitalism fails to remove imbalances that are unbearable.
“Social imbalances – as the rise of inequalities among nations seems to be unstoppable. Environmental imbalances. Our planet is paying the high price for the success of capitalism. We are depleting natural resources, hurting a biodiversity we cannot replace and condemning our common home to global warming.
“What is worse, capitalism no longer stands for hope. It does not mean progress for the man on the street, for his kids, for his future. Such a capitalism has no future.
“Capitalism needs a revolution. We have three options. The first option would be a stalled revolution. Pretending to change capitalism but letting it remain the same as before….
“The second option would be a political revolution. Seeing another economic model overthrow capitalism…
“The third option is a Copernican revolution. … understand the flaws of capitalism and to adapt it to the 21st century world. This is the right revolution. A Copernican revolution would be based on three pillars.
“FIRST, REDUCING INEQUALITIES
“… We must fight excessive wage inequality… [W]e can no longer accept that the heads of the largest companies earn 300 to 400 times more than the average salary of their employees…
“We must also fight gender inequalities… Reducing gender inequalities must be a priority….
“THE SECOND PILLAR OF THIS REVOLUTION IS TO PROTECT OUR PLANET
“Citizens… expect technology to provide solutions to fight against global warming. Here is what truly has to change within the capitalist model. This is the goal of the European Green New Deal… We just have to act now. Finance is a key part. We need massive investments to help people change their habits and to invest in green technologies… We have created a European bank for Climate. We have transformed the European investment bank into a bank dedicated to the fight against climate change. As soon as 2025, 50% of its new loans will be dedicated to environmental and climate projects. All in all, it will help raise more than 1000 billion euros to finance green project from now until 2030….
“THE THIRD PILLAR OF THIS COPERNICAN REVOLUTION IS TO RESTORE WHAT CAPITALISM MEANS
“People… don’t see hope anymore in the solutions that capitalism brings… This leads to despair… a rise in violent death, addiction to opioids and anti-depressors, broken families and eventually a decline in life expectancy like in the US today. To restore what capitalism means, companies have to get involved. They cannot only aim for short term profits anymore. They have to set long term goals to their activities: reducing carbon emissions, reducing inequalities or fighting against exclusion.
“FINALLY, HOW TO MAKE THIS COPERNICAN REVOLUTION HAPPEN?
“States have a key role to play in this Copernican revolution.
“States must protect… [W]e won’t win the battle against climate change in Europe if we don’t implement a carbon adjustment mechanism at the borders of Europe.
“States must regulate… Facebook must not create its own currency, Libra. We cannot let companies, which are serving private interests, gather all the attributes of sovereign States. States must regulate when democratic stability and financial stability are threatened.
“… States must prepare for the future… funding innovation and creativeness… financing the sustainable development of developing countries… But companies have also a critical role to play. This is the main change in the new capitalism. Companies of the 21st centuries are not only profit-seekers. They can change society for the better by setting ambitious long term goals.”gouvernement.fr
“Maurice Strong, the founder of the United Nations Environment Programme… He is the nephew of Anna Louise Strong, a well-known pro-communist journalist who settled in China. Strong, who was deeply influenced by his aunt, described himself as “a socialist in ideology and a capitalist in methodology”… Strong chose to settle down in Beijing after retirement and died in 2015.”
— Grace Baumgarten,
Cannot Be Silenced (WestBow Press, 2016), quoted in
How the Spectre of Communism is Ruling Our World
ch. 16, pt. 1, The Communist Roots of Environmentalism
b. Environmentalism and Marxism: The Same Roots
(The Epoch Times, 2019).
“All warfare is based on deception.”
— Sun Tzu,
The Art of War I:18
“The history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggles.”
— Karl Marx,
The Communist Manifesto, ch. 1
“In countries like France… [t]his school of Socialism dissected with great acuteness the contradictions in the conditions of modern production… the crying inequalities in the distribution of wealth, the industrial war of extermination between nations…”
III. 1. B. Petty-Bourgeois Socialism
“Whether it’s saving the forests, whales, snails, or the climate, it all comes back to a deep-rooted belief that the quest for such profit is immoral and will ultimately destroy the planet unless ground to a halt.”
— Brian Sussman,
Eco-Tyranny: How the Left’s Green Agenda Will Dismantle America
(Washington, D.C.: WND Books, 2012), 8–9, quoted in
Spectre, ch. 16, pt. 1. b.
(Epoch Times, 2019)
“The beasts of the field and forest had a Lion as their king. He was neither wrathful, cruel, nor tyrannical, but just and gentle as a king could be. During his reign he made a royal proclamation for a general assembly of all the birds and beasts, and drew up conditions for a universal league, in which the Wolf and the Lamb, the Panther and the Kid, the Tiger and the Stag, the Dog and the Hare, should live together in perfect peace and amity. The Hare said, ‘Oh, how I have longed to see this day, in which the weak shall take their place with impunity by the side of the strong.’ And after the Hare said this, he ran for his life.”
— Aesop, The Kingdom of the Lion