The Vatican has sent a top Cardinal to deliver a message to the global elite on behalf of Pope Francis.
Pietro Cardinal Parolin, the Vatican’s Secretary of State will attend this years secretive Bilderberg Group meeting which started today in Turin.
The behind-closed-doors meeting will discuss, among other things, the populist rise in Europe as well as the U.S. midterm elections.
InfoWars reports: Given Bilderberg’s kingmaker legacy (the group has welcomed politicians before who have gone on to become heads of state), some are wondering if Parolin’s attendance could indicate he is in line to be the next Pope.
“The cardinal is one of the most powerful Curial officials and has been regarded by Vatican watchers as positioned to succeed Francis,” reports LifeSiteNews.
Pope Francis has made numerous statements and backed several causes that are in line with the worldview shared by globalists at Bilderberg.
The Pope compares Trump to Hitler, once again confirming that he’s a hysterical social justice warrior. https://t.co/IbrBPIIiUR
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) January 22, 2017
He has criticised the Brexit vote, compared Donald Trump to Hitler and warned against the rise of populism in Europe. Pope Francis has also repeatedly urged European countries to take in migrants from predominantly Muslim countries.
Catholics have also expressed alarm about his liberal views on abortion, gay marriage and the existence of hell, while also expressing amazement at his comparison of ISIS to Jesus Christ.
The Pope’s activities have stoked concerns amongst many catholics, who worry that his allegiance lies not with the church but with the global political elite.
Parolin himself has also caused concern amongst many catholics as a result of his behavior.
“Parolin has asserted that Pope Francis’ teaching in Amoris Laetitia represents “a paradigm shift” for the Church. He has been criticized by Chinese Cardinal Zen for the Vatican’s “suicide” deal with China. And he was involved along with the Vatican in the hire of a pro-gay law firm that sought to shut down a Catholic website critical of Pope Francis,” writes Dorothy McLean.
“While the Roman Catholic Church is truly a global organization, it is thankfully not a globalist organization,” said Daniel McAdams. “While the inclusion of Cardinal Parolin in this year’s meeting should not necessarily draw our scorn, we should understand that the Bilderbergers and similar groupings of the largely unelected elite more often than not stridently oppose rather than endorse Catholic teaching.”
As we reported on Tuesday, the number one topic of discussion at this year’s secretive Bilderberg confab will be the rise of populism in Europe, following the election of a populist, anti-mass migration, eurosceptic coalition government in Italy.