Steve Sailer recently reviewed Charles C. Mann’s 1493: Uncovering the New World Columbus Created, wherein the author argues that the roots of historical globalization lie in the Catholic Church’s involvement in Latin America. While the Catholic Church has long had globalist ambitions, it’s become worse in recent decades, as noted by a friend who said, “The Catholic Church has become globalism on steroids.” And it has, as evidenced by the Vatican’s recent call for a one-world government:
The Vatican called for the establishment of “a supranational authority” with worldwide scope and “universal jurisdiction” to guide economic policies and decisions.
Such an authority should start with the United Nations as its reference point but later become independent and be endowed with the power to see to it that developed countries were not allowed to wield “excessive power over the weaker countries”.
From the Vatican document:
In the same spirit of Pacem in Terris, Benedict XVI himself expressed the need to create a world political authority. This seems obvious if we consider the fact that the agenda of questions to be dealt with globally is becoming ever longer. Think, for example, of peace and security; disarmament and arms control; promotion and protection of fundamental human rights; management of the economy and development policies; management of the migratory flows and food security, and protection of the environment. In all these areas, the growing interdependence between States and regions of the world becomes more and more obvious as well as the need for answers that are not just sectorial and isolated, but systematic and integrated, rich in solidarity and subsidiarity and geared to the universal common good.
Apparently, regarding migratory flows, the Vatican doesn’t like that Western countries have begun to restrict Third World immigration. In the Camp of the Saints, Jean Rapsail envisioned an anti-Western Catholic Church supporting the Third World invasion of the West. Eerily, this has come to pass, with priests and bishops supporting mass immigration into the West and the Pope siding against Europeans and with Africans on the African invasion of Europe.
Michael Brendan Dougherty: “WHOOPS! Vatican Lets Slip Plans For One World Government”
Daily Paul: “Vatican Calls for ‘Central World Bank’ to Be Set Up”
Richard Spencer: “The Vatican Calls for Global Usury”
Rod Dreher: “Actually, the Pope wants global government too”
Rod Dreher: “A deeper meaning of the Vatican document“