September 26, 2015 at 5:09 pm #44055
I’ll just copy the first portion of a longer article, knowing y’all will do just fine reading between its lines and connecting the dots. But my own initial thoughts went something like this: More regulation, more control from entities outside our own nations (in my case, the constitutional republic that once stood here), and all this from 193 unelected “leaders” who now see it as their responsibility to “win public and political support.” Well, I see it as my responsibility to do all I can to destroy public support and the aspirations of those politicians that support the agenda. Oh – and if “separation of Church and State” is so important in the United States, why is it just fine to fly the Vatican flag outside the UN for the first time ever, and have its supreme leader address the 193 “leaders?”
UNITED NATIONS (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – World leaders on Friday adopted the most sweeping agenda ever of global goals to combat poverty, inequality and climate change, capping years of debate and saying now is the time for “a little less conversation, a little more action.”
Described by the United Nations secretary-general as “a to-do list for people and planet,” the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, or SDGs, are to be implemented over the next 15 years with a big global push to win public and political support.
The 193 U.N. member nations formally adopted the goals in the shadow of the worst refugee crisis since World War II, calling for shared peace and prosperity.
Pope Francis called the adoption of the SDGs “an important sign of hope.”
“Solemn commitments, however, are not enough, even though they are a necessary step toward solutions,” said the Pope as the Vatican flag flew for the first time outside the United Nations where security was heightened for his visit.September 26, 2015 at 5:33 pm #44056
More socialist engineering. I just see a huge hypocrite talking about acceptance of the poor and what not, but on the same hand living in one of the worlds largest and most protected palaces. On his behalf the city and suburbs of Philadelphia have been turned into a police state.September 26, 2015 at 5:53 pm #44057September 27, 2015 at 2:11 pm #44059
The Vatican’s primary priority was , and still is , the accumulation of wealth . Everything else is a smoke screen .
Typical of things at the top of anywhere .September 28, 2015 at 2:01 am #44060
L TecoloteSurvivalistSeptember 28, 2015 at 4:02 am #44062
LOL! Exactly, Tec. 193 unelected “leaders” PLUS the glorious socialist enabler-supreme that no one can criticize, all showing us the way into our wondrous futures.
(as I shuffle away into the night, mumbling something barely audible about places where the sun don’t shine, and what they can do with their global goals, etc. …)
I’ve gotta say though, I’m really rather P.O.’d that the prophecies didn’t come true about all the stuff that was supposed to happen with this final blood moon tonight, and things that were supposed to happen while the Pope was still in town. I was kind of looking forward to a quick, calamitous end to things, rather than having to suffer through the long, drawn out collapse of the economy, society, government, etc. My wife and I have been thinking that a good option might be for a meteor to hit dead center on our house as we sleep. Oh well, hope springs eternal, and all that….September 28, 2015 at 5:39 am #44063
Didnt Lenin also promise a ” workers paradise ” ? what they got was much much different than described .September 28, 2015 at 9:53 am #44064
The Pope should take up residence in NYC. It was wonderful watching him disrupt the lives of millions. He even upstaged the Chinese guy. Somehow he got Boehner to resign. A miracle. And he survived his visit to philly. Otherwise I didn’t listen to a word he said.
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