Has the Pope gone full woke or is he just a socialist at heart?
During the Vax Live Concert aired on Saturday, May 8th, the Pope exclaimed that we should forego intellectual property rights to ensure access to the COVID vaccine.
In a video message for the VAX Live concert, Pope Francis stresses the need for deep healing, both from the effects of the Covid-19 virus and the virus of individualism and closed nationalism.https://t.co/kAdhfsb8UI
— Vatican News (@VaticanNews) May 8, 2021
Breitbart reports on the Pope’s comments:
“God the Creator instills in our hearts a new and generous spirit to abandon our individualisms and promote the common good,” the pope told participants in the VAX LIVE concert, “a spirit of justice that mobilizes us to ensure universal access to the vaccine and the temporary suspension of intellectual property rights.”
We can all agree that we should be pursuing the common good. The question therein lies, how do we achieve this common good?
While some would say the pursuit of the common good should be up to everyone at an individual level, it appears the Pope would rather governments around the world see that course.
This should have everyone gravely concerned!
“We need paths of healing and salvation,” Francis said. “And I mean a root healing, which heals the cause of evil and does not remain only in the symptoms.”
“In these diseased roots we find the virus of individualism, which does not make us freer or more equal or more siblings, rather it makes us indifferent to the suffering of others,” he said. “And a variant of this virus is closed nationalism, which prevents, for example, an internationalism of vaccines.”
“Another variant is when we put the laws of the market or intellectual property over the laws of love and the health of humanity,” he continued.
Laws of love do not pay the bills and creating life-saving vaccines doesn’t happen for free. Regardless of how you look at it, without the free market, we wouldn’t have any of the three COVID vaccines that have come to market.
As the Pope lectured the world about how it is our duty to ensure we succumb to the governments of the world. It is somehow also our duty to forego our own individualism and nationalism in the name of vaccine equity.
Throughout his remarks, the leader of the Catholic church conveniently left out any mention of Jesus from his finely crafted comments.
After all, he wouldn’t want to upset the satanists that were performing in this global socialism concert masquerading as a performance to promote goodness and well-being.
Pope excludes Jesus from inclusive message of 'healing and salvation.'https://t.co/5Hw15R0wY9
— Church Militant (Text 'CATHOLIC' to 877-690-1105) (@Church_Militant) May 8, 2021
Pope Francis has sent a message of “healing and salvation” in a ringing endorsement of a vaccine-promoting concert organized by Britain’s Prince Harry, who was stripped of royal duties and titles after snapping ties with Britain’s monarchy.
The concert showcases a number of pro-abortion, pro-LGBTQ+ and anti-Catholic celebrities and organizations. Some of the featured speakers have repeatedly insulted Pope Francis and hurled blasphemous jokes against the Catholic Church.
Billed as “Vax Live: The Concert to Reunite the World,” performers at the gig are preaching against “vaccine hesitancy” and calling for “vaccine equity,” with Harry insisting “the vaccine must be distributed to everyone, everywhere … as a basic right for all.”
The recorded version of last week’s live performance at the SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, is being relayed Saturday on ABC, ABC News Live, CBS, YouTube and iHeartMedia. The Holy See Press Office is releasing the pontiff’s address at the concert the same day.
Pope Francis is urging a “root healing” of the “virus of individualism” with its “variant” of “closed nationalism, which prevents, for example, an internationalism of vaccines.”
“Another variant is when we place the laws of the market or intellectual property over the laws of love and the health of humanity,” Francis maintained, asking God for “the gift of a new fraternity” and “a universal solidarity.”
“Another variant is when we create and foster a sick economy, which allows a few very rich people, a few very rich people, to own more than all the rest of humanity and models of production and consumption to destroy the planet, our ‘Common Home,'” the pope added.
The concert features a lineup of celebrities and entertainers who fall into the pontiff’s classification of “very rich people,” including Prince Harry. His net worth with wife Meghan Markle is estimated at $10 million. In August 2020, the couple acquired a mortgage to purchase a $14.7 million estate in Montecito, Santa Barbara — an exclusive enclave home to Hollywood celebrities like Oprah Winfrey and Ellen DeGeneres and “wife” Portia de Rossi.
For a Pope that preaches equality, there could not have possibly been a larger equality gap between the performers and those in the audience. An audience full of doctors and medical personnel who put it all on the line every day to battle COVID-19.
All while the wealthy celebrities hunkered down to live like the rest of us in their multi-million dollar mansions with their private wait staff and personal gyms.