Saturday, June 14, 2014

Pope Francis Announces the End of Wall Street’s Global Style Power and Greed With Its Imminent Collapse – A “House Built on Sand” – Not Humanity

The Royal Houses of Europe of a century ago in 1914 were willing to sacrifice a whole generation of its young to keep their corruption in power. These days, a band-aid fix up of a Trillion Dollar Student Loan Debt situation shot down in the Senate only illustrates how the people in power are willing to sacrifice a whole generation of young America just to keep their corruption and villainy in power. Only something like education would be could be turned into a commodity for profit in a place like America, whose soul lately is so heavily mortgaged to the "Big Banks".

Pope Francis said the global economic system is at risk of breaking down because of inequality and rising youth unemployment, in an interview with Barcelona-based newspaper La Vanguardia.
“We’re excluding an entire generation to sustain a system that is not good,” La Vanguardia cited the Pope as saying. “Our global economic system can’t take any more.”
The pope said the difficulty with the global economy is that it puts “the god of money” at the center, rather than men and women, the newspaper reported. He said that globalization works when it brings together different ways of thinking, rather than eliminating them, La Vanguardia added.


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