(Tea Party 247) – Cardinal Raymond Burke is denouncing what he calls the Vatican’s push, in the words of Pope Francis, to “create a new humanism,” and is urging faithful Catholics to “stand up and give witness to the truth” of Jesus Christ’s Kingship in the face of this anti-Christian teaching as well as the rise of Islam.
Cardinal Burke was asked by the publication The Wanderer in a lengthy interview published December 25th to comment on the May 2020, event the pontiff is hosting at the Vatican with the theme “Reinventing the Global Educational Alliance.”
“In launching the initiative, the Holy Father said: ‘A global educational pact is needed to educate us in universal solidarity and a new humanism.’ What is the impetus behind this meeting and what is likely to be accomplished? It sounds like an event to promote a one-world government,” The Wanderer asked Burke.
He replied: “It is. All of these things are connected. With the spread of Islam, especially in Europe but also in the United States, there is an effort to dull people’s consciousness about the Kingship of Our Lord Jesus Christ as it is proclaimed in the Gospel. This is an area where the faithful must especially stand up and give witness to the truth.”
“It is my understanding that there are other initiatives that are attempting to teach the Abu Dhabi document in schools. This is troubling. It is similar to what happened in the whole area of sex education in recent generations,” he continued.
In September, Francis announced that he will be hosting a 2020 initiative for a “global pact” to “create a new humanism.”
Life Site News explains:
According to a Vatican statement issued at that time, the Pope invited representatives of the main religions, international organizations and various humanitarian institutions, as well as key figures from the world of politics, economics and academia, and prominent athletes, scientists and sociologists to sign a “Global Pact on Education” so as to “hand on to younger generations a united and fraternal common home.”
“This,” said the Pope in a video message to launch the initiative, “will result in men and women who are open, responsible, prepared to listen, dialogue and reflect with others, and capable of weaving relationships with families, between generations, and with civil society, and thus to create a new humanism.”
Quoting one of Hillary Clinton’s favorite sayings, “It takes a village to raise a child,” Pope Francis asserted the need to create an “educational village,” in which “all people, according to their respective roles, share the task of forming a network of open, human relationships.”
The Pope continued in his message that in order to reach these “global objectives,” as an “educating village” we must “have the courage to place the human person at the center.”
Such an educational “village” would “once and for all destroy the family and the human race” as Mother Miriam, the foundress of the religious community Daughters of Mary, Mother of Israel’s Hope, said in a September 2019 podcast.
“The Pope said that in order to reach these global objectives as an educating village, we must ‘have the courage to place the human person at the centre.’ Isn’t that what is wrong with our world today? Instead of placing Christ at the centre, we place man at the center,” she said.
“Some of these words sound very nice. And the demon appears as an ‘angel of light.’ Am I saying the Pope is demonic? No. I’m saying what he’s proposing is demonic,” she added later on.
Cardinal Burke was clear that the notion of a one-world government is fundamentally anti-God.
“The idea of a one-world government is fundamentally the same phenomenon that was displayed by the builders of the Tower of Babel who presumed to exercise the power of God on earth to unite heaven with earth, which is simply incorrect,” he said.
“What we truly need is a religious conversion, in other words, a strong teaching and practice of faith in God and obedience to the order with which He has created us,” he added.