Pope Francis Calls for Global Governance and Universal Vaccination


Pope Francis addressed the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund at the spring meeting, calling for “global governance” in light of the current situation caused by the COVID-19 virus, strongly advocating for universal vaccines.

“Here, I reiterate my call on government leaders, businesses and international organizations to work together to provide vaccines for all, especially the most vulnerable and needy,” the Vatican chief wrote.

“There remains an urgent need for a global plan that can create new institutions or regenerate existing institutions, especially those of global governance, and contribute to building a new network of international relations to promote the integral human development of all peoples.” Pope Francis said, according to LifeSiteNews.

Concluding his letter, Francis reiterated his desire for a world focused on “a new style of fraternity”, supported by the emphasis on “green policies”, urging the World Bank and the IMF to develop solutions for a more inclusive and inclusive future. sustainable ”.

It would be a future “where finances are in the service of the common good, where the vulnerable and marginalized are at the center and where the land, our common home, is well cared for.” In the letter sent by Pope Francis, neither the name of Christ nor the name of the Catholic Church is mentioned.

Dated April 4, the letter mentions God’s name only once, at the end. Francis is also part of the “GUARDIANS OF THE WORLD” organization together with the Rothschild Family, the Rockefeller Foundation and the big banks, established with the stated goal of creating the “Great Reset” on the path of “Inclusive Capitalism”.

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