Pope Francis is a Marxist and a Globalist of the New World Order

Pope Francis Attended the UN Conference of the Parties 27 (COP27) in Egypt

Alex Newman wrote an article titled “The UN’s New World Religion” that was published in the New American magazine issue of January 16, 2023. He explained that Pope Francis stated that “I hope that steps forward are taken with courage and determination, in the footsteps of the Paris Accords.” The Argentinian Pope added, “I encourage this crucial mission for the future of humanity, so that it may foster in everyone a concrete commitment to care for Creation.”

A few years ago, Pope Francis was the keynote speaker when the United Nations announced its diabolical Agenda 2030 to enslave humanity. He is also a great supporter of the World Economic Forum and its Great Reset of capitalism headed by its founder Klaus Schwab and oligarchs like George Soros, Bill Gates, and many world leaders including Joe Biden and China’s dictator Xi Jinping. The plan is to destroy the free-market capitalism and replace it by a world-wide socialist economic system to also enslave humanity.

Pope Francis and the Environment

It is tragic that Pope Francis has issued a new 191-page encyclical called “Laudato Si” (Praise Be to You) which is like the United Nations Agenda 2030. The members of the globalist elite of the Council of Foreign Relations, the Bilderberg Group, and the Trilateral Commission, who want a planetary government under the United Nations but controlled by them, are using the environmental fear mongering of global warming to implement Agenda 2030 to enslave of us all. This document attacks capitalism as Pope Francis has done throughout his entire life.

Nicole Winfield, Rachel Zoll, and Seth Borenstine, reporters of the Associated Press wrote an article entitled “Pope: Act Now to Save Earth” which was published in the Miami Herald on June 19, 2015. They explained that Pope Francis issued an environmental manifesto on June 18, 2015, calling for a cultural revolution to correct, what he described as, a “structurally perverse” economic system where the rich exploits the poor, turning Earth into an “immense pile of filth.”  

Pope Francis wrote that “climate change as an urgent moral issue, blaming global warming on an unfair, fossil fuel-based industrial model that harms the poor most.” The encyclical “Laudato Si” (Praise Be to You) is an indictment of big business and climate change doubters to encourage changes at the United Nations (U.N.) climate change negotiations later in 2015. The Pope wrote the following:

“It is not enough to balance, in the medium term, the protection of nature with financial gain, or the preservation of the environment with progress. Halfway measures simply delay the inevitable disaster. Put simply, it is a matter of redefining our notion of progress…This vision of ‘might is right’ has engendered immense inequality, injustice and acts of violence against the majority of humanity, since resources end up in the hands of the first comer or the most powerful: the winner takes all. Completely at odds with this model are the ideals of harmony, justice, fraternity and peace as proposed by Jesus.

United Nations official in charge of climate change Christiana Figueres stated the following: “This clarion call should guide the world toward a strong and durable universal climate agreement in Paris at the end of this year. Coupled with the economic imperative, the moral imperative leaves no doubt that we must act on climate change now.”

The reporters pointed out that energy lobby were quick to criticize the encyclical’s anti-fossil fuel message. Thomas Pyle of the Institute of Energy Research, a conservative free-market group, stated the following: “The simple reality is that energy is the essential building block of the modern world. The application of affordable energy makes everything we do – food production, manufacturing, health care, transportation, heating, and air conditioning – better.”

Pope Francis said he hoped his encyclical would lead ordinary people in their daily lives and decision-makers at the Paris U.N. climate meetings to a wholesale change of mind and heart. The Pope stated that “both the cry of the Earth and the cry of the poor” must now be heard. Pope Francis blames politicians for listening more to oil industry interests than the Scriptures or common sense. 

Winfield, Zoll, and Borenstine believed that this document will make many conservatives and climate doubters nervous, including members of Congress. The reporters wrote that the Pope praised a “less is more” lifestyle, one that abandons air conditioners and gated communities in favor of carpools, recycling, and being in close touch with the poor and marginalized. The Pope calls for radical policies to transition the world’s energy supply from fossil fuels to renewable sources. He stated that mitigation schemes like the buying and selling of carbon credits will not solve the problem and are just a “ploy which permits maintaining the excessive consumption of some countries and sectors.”

Pope Francis is advocating communism

This writer believes that the Argentine pope is pushing Marxism and high taxes on developed nations to give billions to Third World dictators to fight climate change. The Pope is very naïve in thinking that these dictators, such as his friend Raúl Castro, will use the extorted funds for the benefit of their oppressed citizens. Quite the contrary, the Third World dictators will steal the money as they have been doing all the time. Many conservative Catholics are astounded of the Pope’s involvement in the negotiations of the Obama administration to recognize Cuba diplomatically and his emphasis on the environment and climate change over other issues such as abortion, infanticide, and marriage.  Pope Francis has been sharply criticized by those who see the encyclical as a very strong attack on capitalism and as political meddling.

It is outrageous that the Pope wrote that “the Christian tradition has never recognized the absolute right to private property.” This is not true! In addition, this statement is pure communism! Where is that statement in the Bible? The Pope is lying. He is part of the New World Order which is pushing Agenda 2030 to abolish private property except for our future masters, the members of the globalist elite who are involved in the World Economic Forum. They aspire to become like Raúl Castro in Cuba and high-ranking military, who own almost all the property in that oppressed and suffering island. They want to be the masters of the planet and the rest of us their slaves.

Pope Francis wants a radical transformation of politics, economics, and individual lifestyles to confront environmental degradation and climate change. He blasted developed countries consumerism and irresponsible development. He wrote about the relentless exploitation and destruction of the environment and said that apathy, the reckless pursuit of profits, excessive faith in technology, and political shortsightedness are to blame. He declared that the victims are the world’s poorest people, who are being dislocated and disregarded.

Pope Francis supports the Marxist liberation theology

Even though Pope Francis has said that he is not a Marxist and that he is opposed to the Marxist liberation theology followed by radical communist priests, nuns, and bishops, his actions betray his statements. Historian Roberto Bosca at the Austral University in Buenos Aires said that Pope Francis supported liberation theology’s preferential option for the poor, although “in a non-ideological fashion.” Before becoming Pope, Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio described liberation theology’s preferential option for the poor as part of a long Christian tradition rooted in the Gospels.

His Holiness John Paul II, who after his death was canonized, was a great anti-communist and an enemy of the Marxist liberation theology of the Catholic Church. In 1984, his Holiness Pope John Paul II punished Miguel D’Escoto for refusing to get out of politics and did not allow him to officiate masses or offer sacraments. It was most unfortunate that in August 2014 Pope Francis lifted the Church’s almost 30-year ban on Maryknoll priest Miguel D’Escoto Brockmann’s right to celebrate Mass and offer sacraments. By taking this unwise action, Pope Francis sent the wrong message of tolerance and acceptance to all the communists within the Catholic Church. Unfortunately, many now believe that Pope Francis sympathizes with the Marxist liberation theology of the Church.

Priest Miguel D’Escoto Brockmann (February 5, 1933 – June 8, 2017)  

D’ Escoto was minister of Foreign Relations in the communist Sandinista regime of Nicaragua and president of the General Assembly of the United Nations. His Holiness Pope Francis ended the punishment of this communist priest, which had been imposed by his Holiness Pope John Paul II for refusing to abandon communist politics.

After the punishment was lifted by Pope Francis, the communist priest Miguel D’Escoto immediately attacked the late Saint Pope John Paul II for “an abuse of authority.” He also said that Fidel Castro is a messenger of the Holy Spirit in “the necessity of struggle” to establish “the reign of God on this earth that is the alternative to the empire.”

Totalitarian dictators Fidel and his brother Raúl Castro were responsible for assassinating more than 30,000 Cuban patriots, jailing over 300,000, and forcing tens of thousands to leave Cuba in rafts and small boats with an estimated 80,000 perish at sea trying to reach Florida. The late serial assassin Fidel Castro is the messenger of the devil!

D’Escoto, belongs to the Maryknoll Missionary Congregation, which supports the liberation theology. Some Maryknoll nuns have supported and fought with communist guerrillas. Miguel D’Escoto was born in the United States and was ordained in 1961 in New York. D’Escoto became one of the strongest proponents of the Marxist liberation theology. He collaborated with the National Sandinista Liberation Front (Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional).

After the coming to power of the Sandinista dictator Daniel Ortega, the communist priest was named Minister of Foreign Relations. When Miguel D’Escoto became President of the United Nations General Assembly, he chose a communist, Howard Zinn, as his personal assistant. Zinn is the author of a communist textbook, A People’s History of the United States, which is used in many universities across the United States by socialist professors. Pope Francis welcomed with open arms the communist Miguel D’Escoto to the Vatican.

Pope Francis also invited to the Vatican the Marxist Peruvian priest Gustavo Gutiérrez who is usually regarded as father of liberation theology. The Vatican’s semiofficial newspaper L’ Obsservatore Romano said at the time that the liberation theology should not continue to be ignored. Rather than continuing to be not ignored, this writer believes that liberation theology needs to be completely eradicated since communism and the Catholic religion are incompatible. Our Lord Jesus Christ preached liberty from oppression and communism does the opposite.

Who are Cardinal Gerhard Ludwig Müller and the communist priest Gustavo Gutierrez?

Cardinal Gerhard Ludwig Müller

Gerhard Ludwig Müller (born 31 December 1947) is a Catholic Cardinal and former Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. He has stated that Pope Francis ongoing Synod on Synodality is “a hostile takeover of the Church of Jesus Christ that is aimed at the destruction of the Catholic Church, and we must resist it like the old heretics of Arianism.”

Gustavo Gutiérrez was born on June 8, 1928, in the Monserratbarrio of Lima, Peru.

Gutierrez is of Indian (Quechua) and Spanish heritage. Gutiérrez studied medicine and literature in Peru. From 1951 to 1955, he studied Psychology and Philosophy at the University of Louvain in Belgium. From 1955 to1959, Gutiérrez studied at the University of Lyons where he received his Doctor of Philosophy in Theology. At both European universities, Gutiérrez continued his studies of Karl Marx. He had studied Marxism earlier in Lima. His experiences and learning in Europe were important for the development of liberation theology.

Gustavo Gutiérrez, a Peruvian theologian, and Dominican communist priest is considered as the father of liberation theology. He wrote a book in Spanish La teología de la liberación (Liberation Theology) in 1972. Gutiérrez had co-authored a book with Gerhard Ludwig Müller, prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith on liberation theology. Pope Francis invited him to the Vatican to honor him.

In 1959, at the age of 31, Gutiérrez returned to Lima and decided to infiltrate the Catholic Church as Nikita Khrushchev and Fidel Castro wanted. He was ordained as a priest that year. The Soviet KGB had already made plans to use the Church to bring communism to Latin America and the world. As a parish priest, he began working as a tutor in the Department of Theology and Social Science at the Catholic University of Lima. He holds the John Cardinal O’Hara Professorship of Theology at the University of Notre Dame. This American Jesuit university gave Obama an honorary degree even though he voted in favor of abortion and infanticide and persecutes Christians in the nation. Gutiérrez has been professor at the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru and is a visiting professor at many major universities in North America and Europe.

On May 15, 2015, Mary Anastasia O’Grady wrote in the Wall Street Journal an article entitled “Behind the Pope’s Embrace of Castro Speculation Runs from a Trojan Horse Plan to Latin American Antipathy of the U.S.” She explained that priest Gustavo Gutiérrez, the Peruvian who launched liberation theology and wrote a book on this topic, was back at the Vatican.

Gutierrez told journalists that the Church never condemned his Marxist theology and praised Pope Francis’ views on poverty. This writer knows that this Peruvian Marxist priest is lying and ignoring the fact that the two previous popes denounced and suspended many Marxist priests who were adherents of liberation theology.

O’Grady pointed out that the warmth and hospitality that Pope Francis Pope showed to Cuban dictator Raúl Castro at the Vatican has baffled many Catholics. The dictator went to “Rome for a public-relations boost and Pope Francis obliged him.”  During their encounter, dictator Castro mocked the Catholic faith by saying “that he would return to the Church if the pope behaved.” He also insulted every Cuban refugee by giving the Pope, of all things, a piece of art done by a Cuban artist depicting a migrant at prayer.

 O’Grady wrote that Pope Francis gave the Cuban dictator a copy of his 2013 apostolic exhortation titled “The Joy of the Gospel” in which he sharply criticizes economic freedom. The Pope is preaching to the converted. As Raúl Castro puts it, “The pontiff is a Jesuit, and I, in some way, am too. I studied at Jesuit schools.” Some Catholics have tried to excuse Pope Francis’s hostility toward economic freedom and market economics conveyed in his article “The Joy of the Gospel” by saying that he grew up in a corrupt state-run economy. However, O’Grady wrote an article on the Wall Street Journal pointing out the following: “This is nonsense. Argentine statism explicitly denounces market economics. I can only speculate about the Holy Father’s Cuba views. But he is earning a dubious political reputation.”

Upon becoming Pope, His Holiness Francis was praised by all Marxist Catholic religious officials who practice liberation theology throughout the world. They now think that they have an ally in the Vatican. Pope Francis has implemented a complete reversal of the policy practiced by His Holiness John Paul II and Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, now Pope emeritus Benedict XVI, who expelled thousands of priests who practiced liberation theology throughout the world. This is very sad and alarming!

When Pope Francis was known as Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio he wrote a book, Dialogues Between Pope John Paul II and Fidel Castro (1998) (Diálogos entre Juan Pablo II y Fidel Castro), published in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He has always demonstrated a rare interest in the affairs of communist Cuba, even saying that the U.S. naval base at Guantánamo should be returned to Cuba. Is that in the Bible?

César Vidal, a well-known Spanish journalist, wrote an article on May 18, 2015. He explained that the prologue of over 50 pages of this book written by the then Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio Archbishop of Buenos Aires is very reveling of the ideology of the current pope.

He attributed the poverty of Cuba solely to the blockade (Cuban communist term for the U.S. commercial embargo) by the United States and not to the enormous mismanagement by the bloody tyranny of the Castro brothers and its failed command communist economy. The Argentinian cardinal wrote that the social and political system that was closest to the social doctrine of the Catholic Church was the Cuban socialism, if only added God to its regime! Vidal explained that anyone who read the prologue of the now Pope Francis would have no doubt that he was sympathetic to the Cuban regime.

Barack Obama has the same Marxist ideology of Pope Francis

Obama attended for 20 years the pro-Muslim Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago. His pastor, Jeremiah Wright, practiced the black liberation theology, which is like the Marxist Catholic Church theology of liberation. Reverend Wright constantly praised Fidel Castro and the communist Sandinistas in his sermons. He also attacked the United States government and whites in the nation. Pastor Wright, instead of saying God bless America, said God damn America since, in his view, this nation is the worst country in the world. Barack and Michelle Obama never minded their pastor’s racist and anti-patriotic incendiary sermons while they attended that church for two decades.

It did not surprise this writer that the Marxist Pope Francis wanted to save the tyranny in Cuba with the help of the Marxist who lives in the White House. How horrible for anticommunist Catholics, especially for those born in Cuba and Venezuela, to have such a pope in the Holy See! 

One must look at the socialist and communist nations of Latin America, such as Venezuela and Cuba, whose leaders have oppressed and impoverished enormously their people, to know that what Pope Francis advocates is a terrible mistake. Even when you look at the socialist countries of Europe, which are now near bankruptcy for spending money that they did not have, it is obvious that Pope Francis does not understand economics and market-oriented capitalism. The United States and the European countries have printed trillions out of the thin air since 2008 and this could bring a worldwide collapse of the financial system.

Pope Francis needs to remember that the two previous popes called the liberation theology a “heresy” and a “fundamental threat” to the Church. Additionally, inviting Muslims to pray in the Vatican and being pro-radical Muslim and anti-Israel are also terrible mistakes.

Pope Francis needs to be very careful unless he wants to split the Catholic Church in a major way. Pope Francis promised change, as did Fidel Castro and Barack Obama. There are now millions of Catholics and some priests and bishops who are alarmed by the changes Pope Francis wants to implement from the Vatican. This is especially true of those individuals who have lived and suffered under oppressive communist regimes.

This writer believes that the Argentine pope is pushing Marxism and high taxes on developed nations to give billions to Third World dictators to fight climate change. The Pope is very naïve in thinking that these dictators, such as his friend Raúl Castro, will use the extorted funds for the benefit of their oppressed citizens. Quite the contrary, the Third World dictators will steal the money as they have been doing all the time. Many conservative Catholics are astounded of the Pope’s involvement in the negotiations of the Obama administration to recognize Cuba diplomatically and his emphasis on the environment and climate change over other issues such as abortion, infanticide, and marriage.  Pope Francis has been sharply criticized by those who see the encyclical as a very strong attack on capitalism and as political meddling.

Pope Francis trip to Bolivia

On July 8, 2015, Bolivia’s Marxist Evo Morales gave Pope Francis a cross with a hammer and a sickle with the image of Christ.  Pope Francis should have rejected immediately this monstrous cross, but he did not. This sacrilegious cross was designed by Father Luis Espinal, a Jesuit communist, who was assassinated in 1980 in Bolivia for his activities in that nation.

Pope Francis visited Ecuador and Bolivia, both nations that are governed by Marxist presidents, and Paraguay. The trip began on July 5, 2015, from Rome. Pope Francis gave 22 speeches, many of them as it is his custom, attacking capitalism, free market economy, private property, and praising socialism. It is incredibly sad that the Vatican has been completely infiltrated by communists and by those who are part of a New World Order.

Destaque International wrote an article entitled “Bolivia: Francis, and the Hammer and Sickle” which was published on the website Tradition, Family and Property on July 25, 2015. The article explained that it is awfully hard to understand how Pope Francis surrounds himself with revolutionary Marxists leaders, assumes their ideas are valid, and gives them unconditional support. It is also hard to understand how Pope Francis continues to attack private property, free enterprise, capitalism, free market economics which have eliminated poverty around the world.

This writer invaded Cuba at the age of 17 at the Bay of Pigs in 1961 to eradicate communism from his native country. He served two years in prison together with his brother, many cousins, and friends. He is a practicing Catholic who has members of his family who are priests and nuns. He is even related to Cuba’s first cardinal Manuel Arteaga who was appointed in 1945 and died in 1963. This writer is shocked and cannot believe the speeches and encyclicals written by Pope Francis and his praise for socialism which is the system that creates poverty. In October 2020, Pope Francis declared his approval for gay marriage civil unions which is contrary to the long-established Catholic doctrine.

Cardenal Manuel Arteaga was Cuba’s first cardinal and unlike the current Cardenal Ortega Alamino, he was an anti-communist.

Pope Francis praises communism and socialism, which are political and economic systems that increase poverty, class struggle, and social conflict. Communist leaders have killed and incarcerated millions of people around the world. Pope Francis attended the Second World Meeting of Popular Movements organized by Latin American Communists. They met in the city of Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia. João Pedro Stédile of Brazil’s Landless Workers Movement (MST), one of the organizers of the Second World Meeting of Popular Movements, speaking during the event stated the following: “Chavez died. Fidel is sick. Francis has taken up that leadership role and is doing everything right.” 

Pope Francis’ speech attacked capitalism, private property, and free market economics in the Second World Meeting of Popular Movements attended by communists in the city of Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia.

Among those communist leaders, in addition to Bolivia’s President Evo Morales, whose jacket bore a large picture of blood-thirsty “Che” Guevara, was Argentine Trotskyite Juan Grabois, specialized in promoting urban agitation on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, head of the Confederation of Workers of the Popular Economy, and member of the organizing committee of the Second World Meeting of Popular Movements.

The article pointed out that on July 9, 2015, Pope Francis delivered a long and impassioned speech against capitalism and private property to cheering Marxist revolutionary leaders and followers of liberation theology. The Argentinian Pope presided the meeting sitting next to Bolivia’s communist president Evo Morales, who came with a coat that had the image of the bloody murderer Che Guevara. 

Pope Francis told the atheist Communists in the audience that they shared the same faith. What faith was the successor of St. Peter was referring? Pope Francis said Nuestra fe es revolucionaria” (Our faith is revolutionary) and “that is why I keep all of you in my heart.” There is no question that those who were in the audience and those that were not present are going to interpret the Holy Father’s speech as one supporting communism in Latin America and throughout the world.

Communist president Evo Morales appeared with a coat that had the image of Che Guevara, who shot over 2,000 patriotic Cubans in 1959. Before they were shot on the wall they shouted, “Long Live Christ the King.” 

The article pointed out that in the speech, Pope Francis “placed the goals of their socioeconomic revolution together with those of his own ecological revolution.” The papal speech and the recent encyclical letter Laudato Si “suffer from a significant and worrisome scientific gap which, with all due respect, affects a fundamental premise of both documents.” It is unfortunately that Pope Francis has defended by the most radical ideas of environmentalists, which falsely say that human activity and not natural cycles are the main culprits for current climate changes. This thesis is not unanimously supported in the most respected scientific circles and has been challenged by high-level academic work.

The article stated that it is not known on what specific scientific studies and ecological experts Pope Francis based his encyclical letter Laudato Si since the bibliography cites no document in this regard. It is also important to remember that, on April 27, 2015, over 100 environmental scientists sent Francis a letter “imploring him not to allow himself to be misled by the arguments of radical environmentalists and by analyses which have not been demonstrated by environmental science.” The letter pointed out that, under the pretext of helping the poor, radical environmentalists are contributing with their proposals to increase poverty and misery around the world. These same communist leaders had already received words of praise from Pope Francis when the First World Meeting of Popular Movements was held at the Vatican in October 2014. Pope Francis’ support for the Marxist liberation theology was opposed to the Catholic social doctrine taught by many previous popes, including Saint John Paul II and Benedict XVI. 

Encuentro Mundial de Movimientos Populares “Madre Tierra, Techo, Trabajo, Integración de los Pueblos” (Meeting of Popular Movements: Mother Earth, Roof, Work, and Integration of Peoples).
The Marxist Argentinian Pope accepted the Orden de Cóndor (Condor decoration), the highest decoration given in Bolivia that has a hammer and a sickle, from the communist president Evo Morales.

The article pointed out that earlier in La Paz, the capital of Bolivia, President Evo Morales had given Pope Francis, the Andean Condor decoration, a blasphemous medal like the cross made by communist priest Luis Espinal.  Even worse, were Pope Francis’s statements that these awards were “symbols of affection and closeness” and he received them from President Evo Morales with “cordial and generous affection.”

Shameful Meeting Between Pope Francis and Patriarch Kirill in Havana

On February 12, 2016, Pope Francis and Kirill, Patriarch of the Russian Orthodox Church, and a former KGB agent, met at José Martí International Airport in Havana, Cuba.

Both signed a thirty-point joint declaration prepared in advance, addressing global issues including their hope for re–establishment of full unity, the persecution of Christian in the Middle East, the Syrian Civil War and church organization in Ukraine. This was the first meeting between a pope and a Russian Orthodox patriarch. Pope Francis returned to Cuba five months after his first visit upon being elected pope in September 2015. The Pope was severely denounced during his visit to Cuba for meeting with the oppressors and not the victims.

The website cubdest.org published an article titled “Meeting between Pope Francis and Kirill in Havana: worrying political aspects” on February 7, 2016. The article indicated the following: “Pope Francis returned to Cuba five months after his first visit to the ‘prison-island’, from the standpoint of the fight for freedom in Cuba, and considering its political and diplomatic aftermath, the result of this trip was regrettable, leaving a bitter aftertaste: the regime had been strengthened, and repression had been intensified. The choice of Communist Cuba as the venue for the meeting between Pope Francis and Patriarch Kirill has also helped to give prestige to the tyrants of Havana as supposedly trustworthy hosts and mediators.”

According to the spokesperson of the Holy See, Father Federico Lombardi, the role of Cuban bloody dictator Raúl Castro as a host and a mediator was very positive. Therefore, it was not surprising that Raúl Castro himself stated that he was ‘honored’ at the meeting of these two radical religious leaders in Havana.

According to the website cubdest.org, in 2009, when Kirill was elected patriarch of Moscow, the Italian periodical Il Giornale, in a lengthy and detailed news report, revealed that Kirill, the Patriarch of the Russian Orthodox Church, and his predecessor had been agents with the notorious Soviet security agency, the KGB. Kirill was also well known within KGB circles as Agent Mikhailov. Only a few months before he was elected, in October 2008, Kirill visited Havana, where he praised dictator Fidel Castro who responded saying that the visitor was an important ally of Communist Cuba in its fight against so-called imperialism.

The article explained that Patriarch Kirill himself has a regrettable past of collaboration with the Soviet regime. Apart from his pro-Communist past, Patriarch Kirill also has regrettably supported Russian dictator Vladimir Putin. For example, the Orthodox Patriarch was one of the main people responsible for the fact that Russian Catholics are often considered as second-class citizens and live in what is “essentially a political and psychological catacomb.” Patriarch Kirill, together with Russian Orthodox leaders, show particularly strong hatred for Ukrainian Catholics, most of whom, in political terms, continue to keep anti-Communist views.

Pope Francis previous visit to Cuba

During Pope Francis’ trip to Cuba in September 2015 there have been constant reminders of the role of the Vatican in assisting in normalizing relations between the United States and Cuba. Both President Barack Obama and Cuban dictator Raúl Castro have thanked Pope Francis for his behind-the-scenes role in helping along secret negotiations that culminated in the announcement on December 14, 2014, that the two countries had started on the road toward normalizing relations. Diplomatic ties were later reestablished July 20, 2015, after 54 years of hostilities. A series of shameful unilateral concessions have been made by President Obama to the tyrannical regime of Cuba.

Pope Francis arrived at José Martí International Airport in Havana on September 19, 2015 and was received by his friend the bloody dictator Raúl Castro and members of his oppressive regime.

Pope Francis told Cuban tyrant Raúl Castro upon arrival that “the world needs reconciliation.” The Argentinian pope said he would ask the patron saint of Cuba, the Virgin of Charity (Virgen de la Caridad del Cobre), “for all her Cuban children and for this dear nation, so that it would follow the road of justice, peace, liberty and reconciliation”. Pope Francis then said that he sends greetings to “all Cubans dispersed around the world” and to Fidel Castro he sent his “special sentiments of consideration and respect.”

Fidel Castro does not deserve any “consideration and respect,” from Pope Francis, instead Fidel Castro deserves repudiation and condemnation for being an oppressive tyrant who destroyed a prosperous nation and was responsible for the tens of thousands of deaths in Latin America and around the world. Communist Cuba trained thousands of terrorists and provided them with logistical support so that they could go back and overthrow the leaders of their countries and implant communism. In Cuba “justice, peace and liberty” do not exist and will never exist so long as the Castro brothers remain in power with the help of the Vatican, and the Obama administration in the United States, and other complicit countries. With this oppressive and brutal communist regime of more than 57 years of terror, injustice and barbarism against the suffering Cuban people there is no possible reconciliation!

Raúl Castro used the opportunity of welcoming the Pope at the airport in Havana to say that the relations between Cuba and the Vatican were doing very well. The Cuban tyrant again made additional demands against the United States by saying that the “cruel, immoral and illegal” embargo must end. In addition, tyrant Raúl Castro demanded in compensation in the billions for the damages done by the U.S. embargo to the Island, the return of the United States naval base at Guantánamo, closing Radio and Television Martí and other unilateral concessions before the complete normalization of relations between Cuba and the United States could take place.

The Cuban dictator said he agreed with Pope Francis that “the planet must be saved and social inequality must be addressed.” He also repeated what the Pope frequently mentions and that is that the current international system (capitalism) is “unjust and immoral since money has been converted into an idol” and that the system “offends human consciousness” in dealing with immigrants and poor people.

With great hypocrisy and shamefulness Raúl Castro said that Cuba is moving towards “a prosperous and sustainable socialism centered on human beings, the family, and the freely, creative and democratic participation of the people, especially the youngsters”. He again repeated that Cuba “will not tolerate interference in its internal affairs,” which means that the United States or any other country cannot ask Cuba to cease violating human and civil rights.

Dozens of opponents and dissidents before and after the Pope’s visit to Cuba were beaten and arrested. This writer thinks that Pope Francis should have demanded that Raúl Castro cease the arbitrary arrest of opponents and told him that he wants to meet with some of them. Additionally, the Pope should have visited the inhumane prisons of Cuba to see the many political prisoners who are still held throughout Cuba. It is very unfortunate that Pope Francis never criticizes communist regimes despite the many crimes and injustices committed by them and the poverty that they create!

Pope Francis visited Cuban dictator Fidel Castro and shook his bloody hands

After officiating a mass in the Revolutionary Square (Plaza de la Revolución) Pope Francis visited Fidel Castro for 40 minutes in a very friendly meeting, according to the spokesman of the Vatican Federico Lombardi. Present in the meeting were Castro’s wife, children, and grandchildren as well as the apostolic nuncio Giorgio Lingua, a total of 10 people. The Pope and the dictator spoke of climate change and problems of the world. Both exchanged gifts. The Pope gave Fidel Castro the encyclicals “Evanbelii Gaudium” and “Laudato Si” regarding the environment filled with falsehoods. He also gave Castro a book written by Father Llorente, a former Jesuit teacher of Castro when he attended the famous Catholic Belen High School in Havana. Fidel Castro gave the Pope a book called Fidel and Religion written by Marxist Brazilian priest Frei Betto, a proponent of Marxist Catholic liberation theology which the pope supports.

Pope Francis’ visit to communist Cuba in September 2015 benefited the despotic Castro regime and strengthened it politically. The Marxist Argentine pope’s second brief visit of February 2016 has done the same. Shame to both religious leaders for meeting with Raúl Castro, an atheist serial assassin!


It was shameful that Pope Francis met with the former KGB agent Patriarch Kirill, who together with Russian Orthodox leaders has showed a particularly strong hatred for Ukrainian Catholics, most of whom unlike both are anti-Communist. Both share a love for bloody dictators. Pope Francis is a self-declared enemy of capitalism, free markets, and consumerism and yet he has never criticized communist countries such as Cuba and Venezuela.

The pontiff’s attacks on those who worship the “God of money,” or the “idolatry of money” shows the Pope’s ignorance about free markets having lived his entire life in Argentina, a country that has never implemented capitalism properly. The “savage capitalist system”, an “economy that kills”, and “idolatry of money” that the Pope constantly condemns, is the only solution to end poverty and hunger in the world. Capitalism, when properly implemented, has brought millions of people out of poverty. Socialism and communism that the Pope supports not only have brought the killing of millions, but also hunger, misery and increased poverty.

There are an increasing number of critics in Wall Street, the Tea Party, conservative media, and religious figures who have slammed Pope Francis as a poorly camouflaged Marxist. There are many disaffected U.S. bishops, priests and parishioners who complain that the Pope has not given them enough support against the Biden regime over infanticide, abortion, gender ideology and gay marriage.

Many Catholics in the United States and around the world are not aware that the Vatican has been infiltrated by communists. However, despite the cover-up by many cardinals, bishops and priests in the United States and other countries of the world, the truth will eventually come to light. Pope Francis is undermining the Catholic doctrine and will create a split in the Catholic Church among the anti-Communist favoring free-market economics.

Pope Paul VI served as pope from 1963 to 1978.

We should all pray to God that the communists are expelled from the Holy See. Pope Paul VI once said, “The smoke of Satan has entered through some crack in the Temple of God. We need to pray to God that the Devil’s smoke of Marxism is forever expelled from the Holy See!

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