Friday, 8 June 2018

MYSTERY BABYLON: For First Time Ever, The Vatican Will Be Represented At New World Order Bilderberg Conference!

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MYSTERY BABYLON: For First Time Ever, The Vatican Will Be Represented At New World Order Bilderberg Conference

by Geoffrey Grider


Cardinal Pietro Parolin, Vatican Secretary of State, will take part in the Bilderberg Conference, an annual private gathering of global political, business and media leaders, taking place this year in Turin, Italy, June 7-10.

"Can any hide himself in secret places that I shall not see him? saith the LORD. Do not I fill heaven and earth? saith the LORD." Jeremiah 23:24 (KJV)
EDITOR'S NOTE: Everytime I think that I am being too hard on the Jesuit Pope Francis, leader of what the Bible calls the Whore of Babylon in Revelation 17 and 18, he goes ahead and does something that renews my belief that he just may be the promised Antichrist or False Prophet from Revelation. The annual conference starts today and runs until Saturday.  For the first time ever, the Vatican is sending an official representative, Cardinal Pietro Parolin, to attend the New World Order globalist Bilderberg Conference in, of all places, Turin Italy. It is time for the Vatican to takes its annointed place as Mystery Babylon, with Pope Francis as  global political ruler and king. Getting the buy-in and support from the Bilderberg Group is how that process begins. It's no coincidence that the Bilderberg Group hates President Trump, and made him their number topic of discussionin their 2017 meeting in Virginia last year. 
Cardinal Parolin’s name is included in the list of 131 participants in this year’s event. His participation in the meeting has not been officially announced by the Vatican, though sources within the Secretariat of State have confirmed that he is scheduled to take part in the meeting. It would be the first time high-ranking Vatican official has taken part in the Bilderberg Conferences.
Started in 1954 the Hotel de Bilderberg in Oosterbeek, The Netherlands, and named after the same hotel, the Bilderberg Conference gathers each year some 120-150 participants, among them European and North American political elites, along with industrial, financial, academic and media figures.
The first meeting took place at the invitation of Prince Bernhard of Lippe-Biesterfeld. Co-founders of the meeting were Polish politician Jozef Retinger, former Belgian prime minister Paul van Zeeland, and Paul Rijkens, who was then the head of Unilever.
The success of the first meeting brought the organizers to stage an annual meeting. According to the groups’ official website, about two-thirds of the participants come from Europe, and the rest from North America, and one-third are political figures or government officials.
The original meeting objective was to strengthen U.S.-European relations. Over the years, the annual meetings became a forum for discussion on a wider range of topics, from ecology to trade and monetary policies.
This year’s meeting is set to discuss populism in Europe, the challenges of inequality, the future of work, artificial intelligence, U.S. midterm elections, free trade, U.S. global leadership, Russia, quantum computing, Saudi Arabia and Iran, the post-truth world, and other current events.

The Bilderberg meeting’s official website stresses that discussions are private, no minutes are taken and no reports are written.

The meetings are held under the so-called “Chatham House Rules,” an agreement typical of off-the-record meetings among academics or political leaders. According to that agreement, participants are free to use the information received, but they cannot disclose the identity nor the affiliation of speakers, nor can they disclose the other participants taking part in the conversation.
Dubbed by critics to be a kind of “global shadow government”, and targeted by protesters who picket the meeting, the Bilderberg meeting has has an official website since 2011, and publishes the names of participants in the annual meeting the day before the gathering begins.
Parolin’s participation may be an expression of the “culture of the encounter” encouraged by Pope Francis. The pope has often asked officials to engage a dialogue with the world.
Receiving the Charlemagne Prize May 6, 2016, Pope Francis stressed that ”today we urgently need to engage all the members of society in building ‘a culture which privileges dialogue as a form of encounter’ and in creating ‘a means for building consensus and agreement while seeking the goal of a just, responsive and inclusive society.’”
The cardinal’s participation in the Bilderberg Conference Group could be part of a strategy of dialogue the Holy See is engaging with the influential elite global group. It is noteworthy that last year, Parolin took part in the World Economic Forum in Davos, and there he delivered a speech in which he listed the aims of pontifical diplomacy. source

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