Pope Francis renews call for UNIVERSAL BASIC INCOME, 4 new nations joining the Abraham Accords?

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Scripture to consider before the news:

“And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.”

The he that will cause all is the final pope who is the false prophet and second beast mentioned in the book of Revelation in chapter 13.

The current Jesuit Pope who leads the great city of Revelation 17:18 that reigns over the kings of the earth is renewing his call for universal basic income and interestingly enough in the very important primes cipher with gematria that phrase equates to the number of the beast because it is looking that Pope Francis is fulfilling the role of the false prophet as he pitches something that is looking to be part of the coming mark of the beast system. The Vatican also had a conference titled ‘the economy of Francis’ and that as well equated to six six six in the primes cipher. The same cipher that has the name of the prince equating to the number of the beast, because “the prince of the covenant” from the book of Daniel and “the beast” from the book of the Revelation are one-in-the-same person!

Now unto the news:

Pope Francis’ 9 commandments for a just economy.

Pope Francis, in a keynote address to the popular movements, a group that includes activists working on a wide variety of justice causes, called for a universal basic income and the shortening of the working day. He also praised the protest movement that followed the murder of George Floyd.

In a powerful 38-minute video talk to representatives of these movements on all continents that is sure to spark discussion, Pope Francis renewed his call for a universal basic income and advocated the shortening of the working day as partial solutions to the economic crisis so many millions are experiencing.

He also made specific appeals “in the name of God” to those responsible for key sectors of today’s world economy, especially in this time of pandemic: the pharmaceutical and food industries; the financial and credit institutions; the tech and telecommunications giants; the arms industry, as well as powerful countries, governments and politicians of all parties.

As a way to address the dire economic straits of so many people in the world and guarantee basic human dignity, and after consulting many specialists in the field, Francis called for “a basic income or salary so that everyone in the world may have access to the most basic necessities of life.”

He also advocated for shortening the workday as a way to improve the situation of people. “The minimum income is one [way to improve people’s situation] [way to improve people’s situation], the reduction of the working day is another possibility, and one that needs seriously to be explored,” he said. He recalled that in the 19th century, workers labored 12, 14 and 16 hours a day. When they achieved the eight-hour workday, nothing collapsed, contrary to what some sectors had predicted.

Pope Francis said, “I believe these measures are necessary, but of course not sufficient…but I wanted to mention them because they are possible measures and would point us in the right direction.”

In his talk, Francis issued nine explicit calls “in the name of God” to those responsible for different sectors of the world’s economy.

Number one: He asked “the great pharmaceutical laboratories to release the patents” of the Covid-19 vaccines. He appealed to them: “Make a gesture of humanity and allow every country, every people, every human being, to have access to the vaccines.” He reminded them that there are countries “where only three or four percent of the inhabitants have been vaccinated.” Though he did not mention it, most countries in Africa fall into this category.

Number two: He called on financial groups and international credit institutions “to allow poor countries to assure ‘the basic needs of their people’ and to cancel those debts that so often are contracted against the interests of those same peoples.”

Number three: He pleaded with “the great extractive industries—mining, oil, forestry, real estate, agribusiness—to stop destroying forests, wetlands and mountains, to stop polluting rivers and seas, to stop poisoning food and people.”

Number four: He called on the great food corporations “to stop imposing monopolistic systems of production and distribution that inflate prices and end up withholding bread from the hungry.” He highlighted “the scourge of the food crisis” in the world and noted that in this year alone “20 million people have been dragged down to extreme level of food insecurity” while “severe destitution has increased” and “the price of food has risen sharply.”

Number five: He appealed to arms manufacturers and dealers “to completely stop their activity” because, he said, “it foments violence and war, it contributes to those awful geopolitical games which cost millions of lives displaced and millions dead.”

Number six: He pleaded with “the technology giants to stop exploiting human weakness, people’s vulnerability, for the sake of profits without caring about the spread of hate speech, grooming, fake news, conspiracy theories, and political manipulation.”

Number seven: He asked “the telecommunications giants to ease access to educational material and connectivity for teachers via the internet so that poor children can be educated even under quarantine.”

Number eight: He called on “the media to stop the logic of post-truth, disinformation, defamation, slander and the unhealthy attraction to dirt and scandal, and to contribute to human fraternity and empathy with those who are most deeply damaged.”

Number nine: He appealed to powerful countries “to stop aggression, blockades and unilateral sanctions against any country anywhere on earth” and said, “No to neo-colonialism.” He called for the resolution of conflicts to be done in multilateral fora like the United Nations.

Pope Francis issued his verdict on the present economic system, saying, “This system, with its relentless logic of profit, is escaping all human control.” But, he added: “It is time to slow the locomotive down, an out-of-control locomotive hurtling towards the abyss. There is still time.”

He called on governments and politicians of all parties “to represent their people and to work for the common good.” He told them, “Stop listening exclusively to the economic elites, who so often spout superficial ideologies that ignore humanity’s real dilemmas” and encouraged them to serve instead “the people who demand land, work, housing and good living.”

As he had done with the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar when they signed the document on Human Fraternity in Abu Dhabi on Feb. 4, 2019, Pope Francis again again called on his fellow religious leaders to “never to use the name of God to foment wars or coups.” He invited them instead, “Let us stand by the peoples, the workers, the humble, and let us struggle together with them so that integral human development may become a reality.”

Francis also emphasized that “it is necessary to confront together the populist discourses of intolerance, xenophobia and aporophobia, which is hatred of the poor.” He said that, “Like everything that leads us to indifference, meritocracy and individualism, these narratives only serve to divide our peoples and to undermine and nullify our poetic capacity, the capacity to dream together.

He concluded by urging the popular movements to continue their efforts to build a new economy and “to dream” of new ways of doing this.

In other news: Israeli minister says Qatar, Tunisia, Oman, Malaysia may join Abraham Accords.

Scripture to consider:

“And he shall confirm the covenant with many for one week: and in the midst of the week he shall cause the sacrifice and the oblation to cease, and for the overspreading of abominations he shall make it desolate, even until the consummation, and that determined shall be poured upon the desolate.”

The he that will confirm the covenant which is looking to be the Abraham Accords is looking to be the Prince of Saudi Arabia, Prince Mohammed bin Salman. The number of his name is the number of the beast and he comes from a line of six kings.

Another thing all the nations mentioned have in common is they all have close ties to the prince of Saudi Arabia.

It is looking like when MBS confirms the Abraham Accords with Israel, we will enter the final prophetic 70th week spoken of by Daniel and the last days.

Back to the news:

Issawi Frej says Israel already has direct and indirect ties with all Arab countries in the Middle East

Israel’s Minister of Regional Cooperation Issawi Frej said in an interview with Emirati website Erem News published Monday that Qatar, Tunisia, Oman and Malaysia may join the Abraham Accords.

“Every Arab country in the Middle East, even the hostile countries, we have direct and indirect relations with them. I see on the far horizon that all the countries of the Middle East will be within a union,” the Meretz MK said.

Frej is the only Israeli Arab with a ministerial position in the new government.

The interview was conducted during his recent visit to the United Arab Emirates. The Gulf state established diplomatic relations with Israel last year along with Bahrain, with the later additions of Morocco and Sudan.

The minister said that 250,000 Israeli Arabs have visited the UAE over the previous six months.

“I know very well from Arab politicians in the Knesset (Israel parliament) and heads of Arab lists who told me in bold, frankly and clearly, that we made a mistake by voting against the Abrahamic agreement. Yes, we made a mistake,” Frej said.

Frej called the Abraham Accords a “historical event and a turning point in the whole region,” adding that the pact signed at the White House last September “led to movement and dynamism at the commercial, strategic, and political levels, after a period of stagnation.”

Regarding the Palestinians, Frej said that “I am sure that the UAE will play a major role in resolving the Palestinian issue.”

The MK said that he met with UAE Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed during his visit to the Gulf state and that discussions took place on the role that Israel’s Arab population can play in developing relationships with the Arab world, saying that Israel’s Arab minority “must have a positive role, as a bridge to link Israel’s relations with the region.”

Wait until you see the Pope and the prince together, it could be Revelation 13 coming to pass before our very eyes.

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