In a recent afternoon address, Pope Francis suggested that whatever vaccines are released for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) need to be made "universal and for all," rather than be restricted just to certain countries, regions, or people groups.
"It would be sad if we gave priority for the COVID-19 vaccine to the richest people," he declared. "It would be sad if this vaccine became the property of this or that nation and was not universal and for all."
Completely ignoring the fact that Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines are being made with aborted human fetal tissue and other ingredients that Catholics would not normally support, Pope Francis framed his argument in terms of the jabs being necessary to cure the plandemic.
While other Catholic leaders such as Archbiship Carlo Maria Viganò and U.S. Bishop Joseph Strickland have come out in condemnation of Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines for this reason, Pope Francis is fully on board with the jabs, which he believes need to be distributed in a socialist fashion to prevent "inequality."
While Pope Francis stopped short of claiming that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) is only harming the poor, he did launch into a diatribe of social justice warrior (SJW) propaganda during his speech, claiming that the "devastating path" of the virus has created "great inequalities and discriminations."
According to Pope Francis, the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) is just the "little virus" in need of a cure. The "big virus," he contends, is "social injustice," which includes "unequal opportunity, marginalization, and lack of protection for the weakest" members of society.
In other words, the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) is just an afterthought at this point. The plandemic response was never really about "curing" it, functioning more as a launching pad for virtue signalers like Pope Francis to extrapolate the narrative as a means of pushing socialism and a globalist new world order.
Pope Francis made it abundantly clear during his speech that people are desperate to return to "normality and take up economic activities again," when they should instead, in his view, take up a "new normal" that is more "equitable" and "fair" for everyone on the planet.
"The pandemic is a crisis, and we don't come out of a crisis unchanged," he opined. "Either we leave better or we leave worse."
Insinuating that the time is ripe to burn the old system to the ground, in essence, and allow the proverbial phoenix to rise from its ashes, Pope Francis went on to emphasize his hope that people will emerge from the plandemic changed, both in mind and intent.
"Today we have an opportunity to build something different," Pope Francis stated plainly, clearly referencing the new globalist order that he would like to see replace the existing world order.
The World Health Organization (WHO) naturally agrees with this effort, its head, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, tweeting:
"I couldn't agree more with Your Holiness @Pontifix. The #COVID19 pandemic shows that we must make health a human right for all and not allow it to be a few. It also gives us an opportunity to rebuild a better, safer, fairer world – together!"
The WHO is right now calling on countries all around the world to join in on an endeavor called "The COVAX Pillar," which basically aims to redistribute wealth and jointly unveil a successful Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine to be mass distributed to all humans.
"The COVAX Pillar aims to ensure that every country gets fair and equitable access to eventual COVID vaccines," a WHO informational video explains.
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