“To achieve world government, it is necessary to remove from the minds of men their individualism, loyalty to family traditions, national patriotism, and religious dogmas.”
-– G. Brock Chisholm, co-founder of the World Federation for Mental Health, former director of UN World Health Organization
“The peoples of the earth turn to the United Nations as the last hope of concord and peace. We presume to present here, together with Our own, their tribute to honour and of hope.”
— Pope Paul VI’s Address to United Nations General Assembly, October 4, 1965
I’ve never been a big fan of the United Nations. In the abstract it sounds nice, but it smacks of benign globalism and Tower-of-Babel hubris. It is the largest metastasizing engine of what I call the Fat Cracker’s Burden. The most recent example of the Fat Cracker’s Burden was provided by none other than Al Gore, when he reiterated from on high the Western duty to manage the fertility of the
dark breeders sub-equatorial populations. Suffice to say that UN-style terraforming is not guileless, as Jacqueline Kasun demonstrates in The War Against Population. It is precisely at the intersection of fertility and Western hegemony, cloaked by a guise of globalistic “development” schemes, that the entire One World Uplift Mofo Progressive Party Plan collapses in on itself. Indeed, the recent praise given by Catholic bishops to anti-LGBT laws in Nigeria is enough to make the liberal headasplode, for in one episode we witness gay rights advocacy clashing with globalist cultural relativism, anti-colonialism careening into critical race theory, “dogs and cats living together, mass hysteria!”
What clearer sign could there be that the authentic diversity of peoples and their own values have been subjugated to the reigning anti-family agenda, than the fact that the Sochi Olympics are now identified with one’s solidarity to the gay movement in contrast to one’s loyalty to one’s own traditions and organically conserved identity? The diversity of the rainbow is a pure illusion: the intended effect is monochromatic morality and ideological conformity. The United Nations is, of course, of one mind with such stifling uniformity, and, as I have noted before, it is a uniformity totally inimical to the Church’s liberty. Hence, as this Super Flumina Babylonis article so ably demonstrates, it is equal parts hubris and folly for the Church to play along with the Great Moral Leader Narrative and to seek shelter under the antiseptic Big Tent of the UN. The longer the Church plays with fire, the more She stokes the flames of the secular inquisition’s pyre, as the world instinctively seeks a scapegoat despite allegedly having freed itself from “sin” and “morality”.