VATICAN CITY (AP) - Pope Francis called Friday for governments to redistribute wealth and benefits to in a new spirit of generosity to help curb the "economy of exclusion" that is taking hold today.
Francis made the appeal during a speech to U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and the heads of major U.N. agencies who met in Rome this week.
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Really!! The Pope wants global communism by redistributing the wealth. Let's start with the stolen $16 TRILLION US dollars that went "missing" and were siphoned from the US banks through Canada's banks and into the Vatican's bank!
Investigators with the US Congress traced the money laundering of over $16 trillion from FED through Crown Bank of Canada to Vatican banks.
Vatican controlled EU, UN, NATO, IMF and World Bank funded entirely by the $16 trillion stolen from US and money laundered by FSB Mark Carney.
I second that sentiment! But then again the Vatican is just a front for the Illuminati and run by them. Have you seen the scary pictures of Pope Ratzinger !!! He really looks like he's possessed by Lucifer/Satan. He has not gone away - he is still there at the Vatican pulling all the strings through the new Anti-Pope Francis.
Why is this evil man not in one of the world's most horrible jails for the remainder of his life? He is "building his retirement home on the grounds of the Vatican" - some justice!!
With speculation swirling around his future role, the Vatican's chief spokesman explicitly stated that Benedict will not influence the election of his successor. And he deepened the sense of finality by saying that Benedict's papal ring and other powerful emblems of authority will be destroyed after his Feb. 28 abdication - just as they are after a papal death.
So, while the first papal resignation in 600 years has left behind a vast uncharted territory to navigate - how does one address or even dress a retired pope?
The Vatican has already picked out the pope's future home: A four-story building attached to a monastery on the northern edge of the Vatican gardens where cloistered nuns used to live. It has been under renovation for several months, although only a handful of Vatican officials knew that it would one day be Benedict's retirement home.
@Spydaman - thanks for posting the pics of the devil here.