Vatican’s news outlet highlights Pope’s longstanding relationship with Klaus Schwab


    by Michael Haynes, LifeSite News:

    Fr. Susak’s comments to Vatican News served to further highlight the little known, but close, link between Pope Francis’ Vatican and the global elite.

    As the annual World Economic Forum takes place in Davos, Switzerland – gathering the global elite, wealthy and a host of anti-life and anti-freedom advocates – the Vatican’s news outlet is promoting the event as “presenting solutions” to world “crises.”

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    In an interview published January 19 on Vatican News, the local Catholic priest in Davos spoke about the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting. It is taking place in its customary January spot, after having been held online in 2021 and then in May last year. 

    Father Kurt Susak, the parish priest in Davos for over ten years, stated that “everywhere you hear about crises. The world is somehow in crisis mode.” In the face of such crises, he added, the attendees at the WEF are “quite consciously” counting on the event “presenting solutions.”

    Susak added the the WEF risked losing “its credibility and legitimacy if this meeting did not now also present solutions that are recognizable to the people and lead to an improvement in the many conflicts and challenges.”

    Exactly what kind of solutions might be presented, Susak did not mention. However, as LifeSite has extensively reported, the WEF meetings have already highlighted how “access to abortion” is a key issue.

    A moderator at one of the sessions briefly talked about the WEF’s “women’s health initiative,” a project by the globalist organization that also pushes abortion and contraception under the guise of “reproductive health.” The initiative aims, among other things, to reduce “unintended pregnancies and unsafe pregnancies.” 

    READ: Day 2 of World Economic Forum meetings at Davos proves abortion is key part of globalist agenda

    Among the numerous partner organizations for the pro-abortion initiative are leading companies such as Johnson & Johnson, Merck, CVS Health, Save the Children as well as the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. 

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