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Article by Leo Zagami
Once again, Pope Francis confirms his intentions to be at the peak of the New World Order ideology by appointing controversial economist Jeffrey Sachs, (who said that President Trump was the “worst political leader”,) to the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences.
Sachs is former director of The Earth Institute at Columbia University, where he still holds the title of University Professor, and is currently the president of the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN).
In the past, Sachs became synonymous with the “shock therapy” approach to privatization in the Soviet Union and was also infamously in favor of population control, having championed initiatives to “greatly reduce fertility rates in poor countries.”
Needless to say, this is a controversial appointment for a Catholic Church that still officiallybelieves that abortion and artificial contraception are sinful, but in reality supports Catholic politicians like Biden and Nancy Pelosi, who constantly promote abortion and other antichristian ideologies.
Sachs is best known as a crusading activist for eliminating poverty who enlists the help of Illuminati slaves like Angelina Jolie and Bono. But his fame circumvents any understanding of his economic theories, which have been applied with disastrous consequences as the Institute for Policy Studies once pointed out: “No crisis of economy would be complete without a couple of cents from Jeffrey Sachs.”
Sachs has been highly criticized also for his past involvement in the Millennium Villages Project (MVP) that is now described by Wikipedia as a demonstration project of the Earth Institute at Columbia University, the United Nations Development Programme, and Millennium Promise aimed at proving that its integrated approach to rural development can be used to achieve the Millennium Development Goals—eight globally endorsed targets that address the problems of poverty, health, gender equality, and disease—by 2015.
Needless to say, the project was a complete failure, even for libtard Nina Munk, a Vanity Fair journalist who stalked Jeffrey Sachs for six years to write a book on him entitled The Idealist, that focused on his Millennium Villages Project.
Munk interviewed him, participated in his meetings with bigwigs, and hung around the Millennium Villages for a long time to find out what happened when Sachs’s entourage moved on, but by the end of the book Munk portrays the professor, now employed by the Vatican as a slightly tragic figure, bored by the albatross of the Millennium Villages Project, “whose bubble has been burst by failure and a refusal to acknowledge the crescendo of criticism over its lack of independent evaluation of its $120m spending.”
Sachs is described as a “sawed-off shotgun, scattering ammunition in all directions,” in tweets on the Euro crisis, climate change, Robin Hood Tax, energy, and News Corporation corruption. Sachs even became a joke when he nominates himself for World Bank president. Mind you, I don’t think Sachs sees it that way, and today he is nominated, by none other than Pope Francis, to the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences.
In the book, we find a horrendous confrontation between Sachs and his aid donors in a posh Tanzanian hotel. Sachs asks them to “speak briefly,” launching into a lecture on how to end Tanzania’s poverty and the case for distributing bednets. Any questions he says? Silence for a full minute, then this came from USAID head Pamela White:
“I don’t want to argue with you Jeff, because I don’t want to be called ignorant or unprofessional. I have worked in Africa for 30 years. My colleagues combined have worked in the field for one hundred plus years. We don’t like your tone. We don’t like you preaching to us. We are not your students. We do not work for you.”
Completely undeterred, Sachs goes off to his next meeting and persuades Tanzania’s president of the case (against donor opposition) for free bednets, he certainly doesn’t seem to listen to other parties involved in his past projects or to poor people. Remember, the bednet hero is also the guy behind disastrous structural adjustment programs in Russia and Bolivia that led to the starvation of millions of people.
The book ends quoting Sachs: ‘You can have a firm conviction even in an uncertain world – it’s the best you can do, actually – and that is the nature of my conviction”.
However, your convictions suck Mr. Sachs. Whenever this guy moves beyond simply lobbying for more aid cash, he lacks Christian empathy and Pope Francis’s choice shows us the lack of compassion and the evil of his Church that is only interested in cash and helping the elite, not God.
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