The United Nations General Secretary, Ban Ki-moon was received in audience by Pope Francis I in the Apostolic Palace, in which they discussed their common purposes in the society of nations. Ban also met with the Vatican Secretary of State, Cardinal Tercisio Bertone and Archbishop Anoine Camilleri, Under-Secretary for Relations with States.
The meeting was used to express the appreciation of the Holy See for the work that the UN does in preserving peace in the world (which is debatable), and the promotion of the common good, and the defense of human rights.
Moon discussed his goals for “conflict prevention, international solidarity, and equitable and sustainable economic development” (read wealth redistribution). The pope pointed to the Vatican’s support for the elevation of human dignity in all areas. Ban also invited the pope to speak at the UN in New York, at his earliest convenience.
Ban came to the Vatican with 12 people of various departments and positions. They were given a salute by a picket of halberdiers of the Swiss Guard, and then escorted into the Apostolic Palace where they met with the pope in the small throne room and library. Mr. Ban Ki-moon said he considered it “a great honor” to meet the Pope, whom he added is “a spiritual leader of the world.” He said the “the Holy See and the United Nations Organization share ideas and goals.”
Ban hailed the pope for choosing the name Francis, after St. Francis of Assisi, which “speaks loudly of his commitment to the poor…” He described the pope as a “bridge builder,” through inter-faith dialogue, which is the “driving force” behind the UN’s Alliance of Civilizations. He added, “Pope Francis is a man of peace and purpose.”
The UN, which is the political arm of the New World Order, is promoting global governance to establish world peace through political and economic harmonization. The Vatican is promoting world peace too, through political and economic control by a supranational agency using moral and ethical principles in political, economic and social justice. In the name of peace, the two globalist organizations can certainly coordinate their activities and collaboration for eventual global control of the world. For the Vatican, social justice includes religious equalization. The Vatican works with global organizations to position herself to become that moral and ethical guide to the nations.
“And all the world wondered after the beast.” Revelation 13:3