by Ethan Huff, DC Clothesline:
On Easter Sunday, Pope Francis, the head of the Roman Catholic Church, didn’t celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ the Messiah. Instead, he preached about universal basic income (UBI), encouraging governments of the world to widely adopt it for the “betterment” of humanity.
In a letter he wrote to members of various social activist groups, Francis stressed that a big part of his mission in this world is to advance a hybrid form of communist socialism that will ensure a steady stream of fiat currency to those who have “no steady income.”
“I know that you have been excluded from the benefits of globalization,” Francis wrote. “You do not enjoy the superficial pleasures that anesthetize so many consciences, yet you always suffer from the harm they produce. The ills that afflict everyone hit you twice as hard.”