Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Pope redefines "charity" to include Marxism
The strategy of the Vatican is to redefine the meaning of the term "charity." They basically expand it to include "redistribution of wealth." If you take from the rich and give it to the poor, what you are in essence doing is encouraging governments to increase charity for the poor.
Pope Francis, of Friday, May 9, 2014, called for governments to redistribute wealth to the poor in a new spirit of generosity to help curb the 'economy of exclusion' that is taking hold today.
In essence, the Pope is saying that the Vatican is a country, and it is, therefore, encouraging the United States to use its national influence to encourage other nations to redistribute wealth. In other words, he is endorsing ne or another form of fascism --Marxism, Communism, socialism, progressivism or liberalism -- from the pulpit.
The pope said getting to the root cause of poverty "involves challenging all forms of injustices and resisting the economy of exclusion, the throwaway culture and the culture of death which nowadays sadly risk becoming passively accepted."
The truth is, the goal of all these 'isms is to make everyone equal, and the only way to make everyone equal is to make everyone poor. This is because, if you have no rich people, you have no jobs. If you have no jobs you have no opportunity to become rich. If the incentive to become rich is taken away, people lose their creative ambitions.
This is why an Austrian governmental style, often called capitalism, or trickle down economics, is the best form of government. It encourages individualism as opposed to statism, and provides an equal opportunity to succeed, but not equal results. The truth is, taking from those who have and giving it to those who have not is not charity, it's stealing.