On November 16, 2021, Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano issued the latest in a series of thirty or so “open letters” (not including articles and interviews) he has published since late 2018, this time calling for the establishment of an “Anti-Globalist Alliance.”
Specifically, Vigano is encouraging “rulers, political and religious leaders, intellectuals and all people of good will … who are not willing to cancel their own identity, their own individuality, their own religious faith” to join forces against the globalist cabal.
NB: Their own religious faith… Presumably, this includes those that hate the one true religion.
The first order of business for the Alliance?
Launch an anti-globalist manifesto, refuting point-by-point the errors and deviations of the dystopia of the New World Order and proposing concrete alternatives for a political program inspired by the common good, the moral principles of Christianity, traditional values, the protection of life and the natural family, the protection of business and work, the promotion of education and research, and respect for Creation.
In other words, Vigano is calling for a new and improved United Nations with a new and improved Universal Declaration of Human Rights – emphasis on human.
Sure, he puts a few “Christian” flowers on his proposal, but don’t be fooled, what he’s describing is just another earthbound endeavor.
At one point, Vigano even goes so far as to “call upon Nations and their citizens to ally themselves under the Cross of Our Lord Jesus Christ, the only King and Savior, the Prince of Peace,” but these are little more than empty words that have exactly no meaning whatsoever apart from an acknowledgment that “the Holy Roman Catholic Church is the Kingdom of Christ on earth” (cf Pope Pius XI, Quas Primas 12)
It is sheer folly to speak of “the moral principles of Christianity,” calling upon generically “Christian nations,” while also encouraging their leaders to hold fast to “their own religious faith.”
Because the Catholic Church is the only religious society on earth with the authority to speak in the King’s name, she is the only religion that enjoys “perfect and perpetual immunity from error and heresy” (ibid., no 22), and she alone has the exclusive right to look the globalist tyrants square in the eye while declaring that she is “eminently independent, and above all other societies, because of the excellence of the heavenly and immortal blessings towards which she tends” (cf Pope Leo XIII, Officio Sanctissimo)
Like it or not, Christ the King does not reign over the nations directly, rather He does so through His Church, primarily through His Vicar, the pope, the visible head of the Mystical Body of Christ on earth.
You mean Francis and the “listening church” in Rome?
Wake up, people!
It should be crystal clear to all by now that the Bergoglian organization – the aptly named “conciliar church” – is not in the least bit opposed to the enemies of humanity named in Vigano’s letter, namely, “the Great Reset of the World Economic Forum and the Agenda 2030 of the United Nations,” on the contrary, it is an eager accomplice of these evil operations.
As far as I know, however, Archbishop Vigano is still wallowing under the grossly mistaken impression that the society presently in occupation of the Vatican, under the headship of Jorge Bergoglio, comprise the Catholic Church and the Holy Roman Pontiff respectively.
Perhaps this explains why Vigano doesn’t mention the Church in his latest letter at all.
In any case, the lesson is plain:
Until one embraces and acts upon the undeniable reality that the demon infested society in Rome today is not the Holy Roman Catholic Church established by Christ, guided by the Holy Ghost, all of the good intentions in the world will still amount to naught.
And this is why Archbishop Vigano’s “Anti-Globalist Alliance” is destined to fail.
If you’re able to help us proclaim the Kingdom of Christ, now is a timely moment to act.