Pope: World Gov’t Must Rule U.S. For Their Own Good


Youre NewsWire: Pope Francis told the Italian newspaper La Repubblica that the United States of America has “a distorted vision of the world” and Americans must be ruled by a world government, as soon as possible, “for their own good.”

The Pope made the observation in an interview with La Repubblica reporter Eugenio Scalfari. He said Pope Francis had been watching Putin and Trump at the G20 and had become agitated.

Opinion: We may have to devote a whole column in Today’s Headlines to Pope Francis just to keep up with his rantings and scandals. What amazes me is that Catholics that I know are either blissfully unaware of the dangers of this man, or just won’t discuss him with me since I left the church over 15 years ago.

I cannot help but wonder if this pope actually reads the Bible at all. If he does, he must see a correlation to the second person of the evil trinity.

In Revelation 13:11, John introduces a deputy to the already described beast. This one has two horns like a lamb, a mouth speaking great things, supports the first beast, and has the power to bring fire from the sky.

“Then I saw another beast coming up out of the earth, and he had two horns like a lamb and spoke like a dragon. And he exercises all the authority of the first beast in his presence …”

“The earth” means the world, and the two horns like a lamb indicate clergy. The Beast actually hates the second beast but will use him, and in Revelation 17:16, the first beast (Satan/Antichrist) and the 10 horns (kings of the revived Roman Empire) will turn on the second beast:

“And the ten horns which you saw on the beast, these shall hate the whore, and shall make her desolate and naked, and shall eat her flesh, and burn her with fire.” Rev. 17:16

I can’t help but wonder if Francis is auditioning for the role and doesn’t even know it?


  1. “I cannot help but wonder if this pope actually reads the Bible at all.” Anyone who makes the absurd comments about salvation that the pope has made over the years is not only someone who has not read the Bible (or does not believe it) but they are also someone who will not see eternal life unless they become born again (which goes against the pope’s beliefs).

    Then again, I have known several “Christian” leaders who haven’t actually read the Bible. All are false teachers. There is no way that anyone can properly teach God’s word without first learning it themselves. Anyone who makes the claim to be a Christian leader (pastor, Sunday School teacher, etc.) yet has not read the Bible is only misleading all they have put themselves in charge of.

  2. Yes! Your opinion is spot on! I can see this pope in the role of the False Prophet. Not only does he currently advocate a global government “for our own good,” he possesses the temperament and charisma to”lead” (force) his “flock” to support the soon to arise global leader. I further agree with your assessment that he probably knows very little Scripture. The Catholic church, from the time of Origen and Augustine, began “falling away” from truth by allegorizing Scripture and placing church doctrine and tradition above the Holy Writ. His prophetic biography in Revelation 13 is easy to read and understand. His demise along with the apostate church is also prophesied in Revelation 17. When the true believing Church (big “C”) is raptured, all the other religions that are left behind will be amalgamated into one global religion until destroyed by the AC who will demand direct worship. The destruction of the “Great Whore” is found in Revelation 17:16. It’s sad to see that the church is oblivious to this. Perhaps the Reformation “apple” did not fall that far from the Roman Catholic “tree.”

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