In recent comments about the G20 summit Pope Francis complained about the “dangerous” alliances that could possibly halt the migrant invasion of white countries. Francis even mentioned the threat of a potential alliance between a nationalist America and Russia in the same breath as threat from North Korea:
“I worry about very dangerous alliances between powers which have a distorted vision of the world: America and Russia, China and North Korea, (Russian President Vladimir) Putin and (Syria’s Bashar al-) Assad over the war in Syria,” the pope said in an interview with Italy’s La Repubblica newspaper.
“The danger concerns immigration. Our main and unfortunately growing problem in the world today is that of the poor, the weak, the excluded, which includes migrants,” he said, pointing to countries which “fear an invasion of migrants.”
“This is why the G20 worries me: It mainly hits immigrants,” he said.
Concerning Europe, the “richest continent in the whole world” which has faced an influx of hundreds of thousands of migrants and refugees since 2015, the pope warned its leaders not to fall prey to the illusion that it is possible to seal its borders.
It is essential that all nationalists and patriots understand this key point about the the globalist world view: globalists view the white Americans who elected Trump as being morally equivalent to North Korea, Syria, Libya, Iraq, and any other country that stands up to the new world order. Any group that seeks to maintain national sovereignty must be destroyed. Hillary Clinton laughed diabolically about the death of Muammar Gaddafi, and there is no doubt that Clinton and her allies would laugh about the death of Trump voters if/when they are able to do to us what they have done to their other enemies. Unless we understand how ruthless and violent the globalists are we will not be able to oppose them.
Francis makes the tired and completely absurd argument that migration into Europe is simply inevitable and cannot be stopped. It is clear that even Francis does not really believe this argument, because if migration truly were unstoppable then there would be no reason for him to worry about governments attempting to stop it. We can also clearly point to the Eastern European countries currently refusing to allow non-white migration. These countries are still overwhelmingly white because they have decided to limit migration. Rather than actually believing that migration is an unstoppable force of nature, globalists are in reality completely terrified by the prospect of whites in America and Western Europe putting an end to the immigrant invasion.
Globalists have various motives for promoting mass migration into white countries. Jews have a strongly ingrained hatred for the Christian West and they delight to see its destruction at the hands of Muslim hordes. Greedy white business owners are always glad to have more cheap labor. Pope Francis is a representative of globalists who have a theological commitment to the destruction of sovereign nations and the total unification of mankind.
This globalist theology is not found only in Catholic Church. A variant of it is found in nearly every congregation of every denomination. This theology is based not on the Bible but on the pagan philosophy of monism. Monism, which is in many ways similar to pantheism, teaches that all of reality is fundamentally one and that any differentiation is a kind of evil or falling away from the original unity. In Christianity, however, evil enters the world because of the personal choices of moral agents, not from the mere fact of differentiation. God created heaven, earth and human being prior to the fall of Adam, and God declared that His creation was good. In the ancient Greek and Indian versions of monism the goal of religion was the total destruction and re-absorption of the individual soul into the original unity from which it sprang. Once again there is a strong contrast with Christianity. In Christianity the blessed state of the soul is not one of annihilation. Not only will we retain our individuality in the world to come, but we will be given new bodies, and in these bodies we will live in eternal communion with God.
Modern monism lacks the focus on metaphysics that was found in Greece and India, but the same imperative for absolute unity has been transferred from the metaphysical to the political. Globalists and all other ideological Utopians believe that there exists an innate “brotherhood of man” (a belief for which there is no empirical evidence) and that “the right side of history” belongs to those who fight to manifest this “brotherhood of man” through the destruction of religious, national and cultural distinctions.
This obviously an inversion of the Christian approach to social and political reform. The Bible teaches that there is a transcendent unity amongst all believers in Christ, a unity that is based on all believers sharing the benefits of Christ’s atonement. This unity is described as membership in a kingdom which is not of this world, which means that the oneness in Christ that believers share should not, and indeed cannot, be implemented in the political realm. It is only through grace that Christians are able to overcome our sinful nature and become members of this kingdom. Therefore the globalists who assert that an earthly paradise can be achieved through political and military means are attempting to usurp God’s role in the salvation of mankind.
It is hardly necessary to mention that the history of the French Revolution and of 20th century communism shows us how disastrous and bloody these Utopian schemes can be. But no amount of bloodshed can dissuade the globalists who see the temporal, political unity of mankind as the greatest moral imperative. The camps, the gulags and the purges are nothing compared to the evil of white Middle Americans wanting to build a wall on the Mexican border.
The theological underpinnings of the Pope’s globalist ideology can be found in an open letter that he published to Angela Merkel leading up to the G20 summit. In discussing the path forward to achieving peace and prosperity Francis does not mention sin, the necessity of repentance, the lordship of Christ, or the importance of living in conformity to God’s revealed commandments. Francis does, however, promote four principles clearly drawn from monism, principles which he correctly points out are found in various non-Christian religious traditions:
In my Apostolic Exhortation Evangelii Gaudium…I proposed four principles of action for the building of fraternal, just and peaceful societies: time is greater than space; unity prevails over conflict; realities are more important than ideas; and the whole is greater than the part. These lines of action are evidently part of the age-old wisdom of all humanity; I believe that they can also serve as an aid to reflection for the Hamburg meeting and for the assessment of its outcome.
Pope Francis has previously failed to defend the key Christian (and historically Catholic) doctrine that salvation comes through Jesus Christ, not through the collective wisdom of humanity, and once again he is putting human ideas above divine revelation. The starting point for any Christian political analysis must be the total depravity of man that followed the fall of Adam. In our fallen condition we cannot assume that greater centralization of power will inevitably lead to greater harmony, we cannot assume that retreating from armed conflict will bring about lasting peace, and we cannot assume that the unlimited migration of people from anti-Christian and anti-Western nations can only bring benefits. We must view fallen man as at heart a criminal and a rebel from God’s justice. Any other assumption leads to political tragedy.
The central message of the Bible is not the oneness of mankind in our fallen state, but the separation and sanctification of those who are saved by grace. Christ came to bring peace between God and those who accept the Gospel, but He also came to bring division between men who follow God and men who follow Satan. “Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword”(Matthew 10:34). We distort the Gospel if we teach that some kind of worldly unity outside of Christ can be the foundation for human unity.
The Pope closes his letter not by expressing his trust in God, but his trust in “spirit of solidarity” that guides global leaders:
I offer these considerations as a contribution to the work of the G20, with trust in the spirit of responsible solidarity that guides all those taking part. I ask God’s blessings upon the Hamburg meeting and on every effort of the international community to shape a new era of development that is innovative, interconnected, sustainable, environmentally respectful and inclusive of all peoples and all individuals.
This is the creed of the Utopian globalists: man is inherently good and the spirit of cooperation and unification can overcome all evils. They trust in fallen man, not in the perfect sacrifice of the one sinless man, Jesus Christ.
In theological globalism the political unity of all mankind is the realization of paradise, while nationalism is the original sin. We must understand that there can be no cooperation or compromise between pure Biblical Christianity and the monistic religion of globalism.