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Francis Brings His Unholy Globalist Routine to Kazakhstan

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Francis Brings His Unholy Globalist Routine to Kazakhstan

“How many people, even today, lack ready access to vaccines! Let us be on their side, not on the side of those who have more and give less. Let us become prophetic and courageous voices of conscience.” (Address of Francis to the “VII Congress of Leaders of World and Traditional Religions,” September 14, 2022

 

In his Angelus address from September 11, 2022, Francis warned us about the Kazakhstan trip he would soon take:

“The day after tomorrow, I will leave for a three-day journey in Kazakhstan, where I will take part in the Congress of Leaders of World and Traditional Religions. It will be an opportunity to meet many religious representatives and to engage in dialogue as brothers, inspired by the mutual desire for peace, the peace our world thirsts for.”

Francis always seeks to perfect this work of humiliating the Catholic Church.

Although John Paul II paved the way for all such displays of false ecumenism with his 1986 prayer meeting at Assisi, Francis always seeks to perfect this work of humiliating the Catholic Church. The trip to Kazakhstan is no exception, and his September 14, 2022 address may be one of the most blasphemously ludicrous collections of words ever assembled by a cleric claiming to be in good standing with the Church. As painful as it is, we should consider some of its most inane points to better appreciate the disastrous situation:

Abai Kunanbaev and the “Book of Words”. Francis based his address on Abai Kunanbaev’s “Book of Words”:

“Today I would like to associate a voice to that musical instrument: that of the country’s most renowned poet and the father of its modern literature, an educator and composer often portrayed with the dombra. Abai (1845-1904), as he is popularly known, has left us writings that are steeped in religious devotion and reflect the noble soul of this people: its sage discernment, its yearning for a peace found through humble questioning, and its pursuit of a genuinely humane wisdom, never closed-minded but open to being inspired by a variety of experiences.”

Given the fact that Francis cited Abai at least eleven times in his short address, we may wonder whether Abai has been canonized, or at least beatified. As of now, though, Francis has not yet opened the process up to consideration of non-Christians, and Abai was Muslim. Francis did not cite Jesus, or any Christian, in his short address.

All Religions Lead to Heaven. According to Francis, all religions lead to “the same heavenly goal”:

“Before the mystery of the infinite that transcends and attracts us, the religions remind us that we are creatures; we are not omnipotent, but men and women journeying towards the same heavenly goal.”

Few things in this world could be less charitable than the ostensible head of the religion founded by Jesus suggesting to the world that all religions lead to the same heavenly goal.

This cannot possibly be true unless Jesus, His Church, and His saints lied to us. Few things in this world could be less charitable than the ostensible head of the religion founded by Jesus suggesting to the world that all religions lead to the same heavenly goal.

The Pursuit of Transcendence and the Sacred Value of Fraternity. According to Francis, religion is useful because it is part of the solution for a more harmonious society:

“Religion is not a problem, but part of the solution for a more harmonious life in society. The pursuit of transcendence and the sacred value of fraternity can inspire and illumine the decisions that need to be made amid the geopolitical, social, economic, ecological, but fundamentally spiritual crises that many modern institutions, including democracies, are presently experiencing, to the detriment of security and concord among peoples. We need religion, in order to respond to the thirst for world peace and the thirst for the infinite that dwells in the heart of each man and woman.”

For Francis and his globalist friends, like Marx, religion is the opium of the people. This of course does not encompass religion that makes claims to being true and binding on consciences, for that religion amounts to dangerous fundamentalism in the eyes of Francis and his globalist friends:

“Dear brothers and sisters, the world expects us to be examples of souls alive and minds clear; it looks to us for an authentic religiosity. It is time to realize that the fundamentalism defiles and corrupts every creed; time for open and compassionate hearts.”

By extension, according to Francis, those who actually wrote the Catholic creeds, under the inspiration of the Holy Ghost, would have held beliefs that defiled the creeds they wrote.

Previously, Francis has asserted that each religion has its own fundamentalists; and for Catholicism that means “traditional Catholics.” By extension, according to Francis, those who actually wrote the Catholic creeds, under the inspiration of the Holy Ghost, would have held beliefs that defiled the creeds they wrote.

Balance between Religious Freedom and Avoiding Proselytism. Francis set forth the all-important formula for globalist religious harmony — we can believe our religion so long as we do not believe it enough to try to share it:

“Each person has the right to render public testimony to his or her own creed, proposing it without ever imposing it. This is the correct method of preaching, as opposed to proselytism and indoctrination, from which all are called to step back.”

And so the uninitiated might think that the “traditional Catholics” could enjoy the right to “render public testimony to his or her own creed.” But because traditional Catholics believe that all souls are called to do what God told us to do — which leads them to “proselytize” and “indoctrinate” — traditional Catholics should not enjoy the right of public testimony. Conversely, that right to public testimony is perfectly secure for the vast majority of bishops because they do not actually believe the Faith enough to try to “teach the nations” (Matthew 28:19-20).

We must oppose almost everything from Francis if we consider ourselves “true believers.” 

We Must Not Hold the Almighty Hostage. Francis wants to make sure we do not hold “the Almighty” hostage: 

“Mindful of the wrongs and errors of the past, let us unite our efforts to ensure that the Almighty will never again be held hostage to the human thirst for power. Abai observes that, ‘he who permits evil, and does not oppose it, cannot be regarded as a true believer. At best he is a half-hearted believer’ (cf. Words 38).”

It is tragically ironic that although Francis applied the “hostage” imagery in a nonsensical and irreverent way in his address, he has effectively created a hostage situation with Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament: he and his episcopal henchmen will not release the Tridentine Mass unless those seeking it offer the requisite pinch of incense to his anti-Catholic agenda. As Abai correctly observed, we must oppose evil. And this means we must oppose almost everything from Francis if we consider ourselves “true believers.” 

We Must Be Purified of Those Who Oppose Impurities. Although “purification” typically refers to the removal of impurities, Francis wants us to “purify” by effectively ignoring impurities:

“Dear brothers and sisters, each and every one of us needs to be purified of evil. The great Kazakh poet insists on this; in his words, ‘he who abandons learning deprives himself of a divine blessing’, and ‘a person who is not strict in his ways and is not capable of compassion cannot be considered a believer’ (Word 12). So, brothers and sisters, let us purify ourselves of the presumption of feeling self-righteous, with no need to learn anything from anyone. Let us free ourselves of those reductive and destructive notions that offend the name of God by harshness, extremism and forms of fundamentalism, and profane it through hatred, fanaticism, and terrorism, disfiguring the image of man as well.”

According to Francis, the Church needs to be purified of those who believe what the Church has always taught.

This is somewhat complicated, but Francis equates fundamentalism and firmly-held beliefs with “fanaticism and terrorism.” Since we all agree that terrorism is evil, Francis wants us to all agree that we must purge those who actually want to firmly hold to the tenets of their religions.  This is bizarrely at odds with the passage Francis cites, in which Abai says a person who is not strict in their ways cannot be considered a believer.

Unfortunately, though, this twisted logic is entirely consistent with the message Francis and his globalist friends have been delivering with increasing severity — there shall be no tolerance for those who want to go backwards. And this, of course, is also strangely similar to the message President Biden had for the MAGA supporters. According to Francis, the Church needs to be purified of those who believe what the Church has always taught.

We Need to Respect Mother-Earth Who Nursed Us. Francis also cares for Mother-Earth:

“One final global challenge facing us is that of care for our common home. Against extreme climate changes, we need to protect the natural environment, so that it will not fall prey to profiteering, but be preserved for future generations, to the praise of the Creator. In Abai’s words, ‘What a wonderful world the Creator has given us! He magnanimously and generously gave us his light, when mother-earth fed us from her breast, our Father in heaven thoughtfully inclined over us’ (Poem, ‘Spring’).”

This pulls it all together, bringing the entire address in conformity with the unholy Global Reset initiative. In Francis’s religion, we cannot actually honor God by doing His will, but we can “praise the Creator” by taking care of mother-earth who “fed us from her breast.”

How should we respond to this cruelty? Every saint in heaven would tell us to turn to God, giving everything we have to love and serve Him as well as possible.

All of this is absolutely insane and evil, and yet God has permitted it for a reason. The soldiers who mocked Our Lord and crowned Him with thorns were more kind than this.

God is allowing Francis and his collaborators to mock and scourge the Mystical Body of Christ. How should we respond to this cruelty? Every saint in heaven would tell us to turn to God, giving everything we have to love and serve Him as well as possible. And the Blessed Virgin Mary beckons us from the foot of the Cross, inviting us to live as true Christians. Will we listen to the Eternal Word of God, or to the unholy words of Francis and Abai?

Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for us!

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Robert Morrison | Remnant Columnist

Robert Morrison is a Catholic, husband and father. He is the author of A Tale Told Softly: Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale and Hidden Catholic England.