Rather than emphasize the birth of the Savior and the free gift of salvation, Pope Francis delivered a Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) Christmas address centered around communism and mass vaccination.
Much like the speech he delivered back in August, Francis talked about how China Virus vaccines need to be given for “free” to everyone in the world. He also warned against “the virus of radical individualism” that could lead to some people not being able to afford the jab.
The free market and patent laws simply cannot be allowed to take priority over the universal distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, which Francis, Bill Gates, President Donald Trump, and many others are touting as the “cure” for the “pandemic.”
“At this moment in history, marked by the ecological crisis and grave economic and social imbalances only worsened by the coronavirus pandemic, it is all the more important for us to acknowledge one another as brothers and sisters,” Francis stated in his traditional “Urbi et Orbi” (to the city and the world).
A bulk of Francis’ speech honed in on the social and economic impacts of the plandemic, which can only be fixed, he says, by implementing a new world order where nations acting in the interest of global unity can help those who are suffering.
“I beg everyone, heads of state, companies, and international organizations to promote cooperation and not competition, to find a solution for everyone – vaccines for all – especially for the most vulnerable and needy in all areas of the planet,” Frances added.
“The most vulnerable and needy must be first,” he further stated while about 50 masked Vatican staff members sat behind him along the walls.
Offering President Donald Trump’s “Operation Warp Speed” vaccines strictly to those who want them is not an option, Francis maintains. Everyone, no matter their skin color or gender orientation, needs to be given a free “coof” jab because this is what it means to “love thy neighbor.”
“We can’t put ourselves before others, putting market forces and patent laws before the laws of love and the health of humanity,” Francis contends. “We cannot let closed nationalisms block us from living like the true human family that we are.”
People who choose not to wear a mask for medical reasons or otherwise are living in sin, Francis further suggested, accusing those who embrace health freedom rather than government tyranny of carrying “the virus of radical individualism.”
Francis wants the majority to “triumph over” those who refuse to mask up, which he further accused of being “indifferent to the suffering of other brothers and sisters.”
In other words, refusing to wear a mask means you are selfish and want grandma to die, according to Francis, who was not even wearing a mask himself during his speech.
Giving a politically correct nod to “Jesus” towards the end of his speech, Francis said that getting vaccinated and wearing a mask is what the “Child of Bethlehem” would have done “because Jesus himself was born a poor outcast.”
“May the Child of Bethlehem help us, then, to be generous, supportive and helpful, especially towards those who are vulnerable, the sick, those unemployed or experiencing hardship due to the economic effects of the pandemic, and women who have suffered domestic violence during these months of lockdown,” Francis concluded before calling for world peace and global reconciliation.
“Pope Francis is not the antichrist, but that’s not for a lack of trying to be on his part,” wrote one Infowars commenter about the speech.
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