''...Vatican joins calls for crackdown on financial markets''.
Above two images - What is looking our Jesuit central bankster, Mario Draghi, with worried eyes? But simply to that ghost who, since five century, is roaming all along Europe, and, dragged with the metastasis of the modern savage anti-Crhistian capitalism and financial system, also along the rest of the world: the salvation question destroyed by the Roman Catholic use of the economic/financial world system............... . . . . . . . From a new agency:
1) Mario Draghi, the actual head of European Central bank (= Central European office for the Indulgences, known today under the funny name of ''banknotes'' et simila)
2) "...IT WAS A GOOD DAY when Luther raised his voice in angry protest against the sale of indulgences. The Pope badly needed money to build Saint Peter's in Rome and so authorised the sale of these indulgences. The Pope's agent in Saxony was Tetzel who confidently proclaimed that once the money tinkled in his box, the soul thus paid for would spring out of purgatory. The immoral effect of these "sin dockets" (as the Reformers later called them) can only be imagined. Luther was enraged with a holy rage and characteristically said that he would burst a hole in Tetzel's drum......" - URL: http://www.corkfpc.com/history.html
A Vatican thinktank is calling for a global authority to police the financial markets. Above, the pope surrounded by cardinals. Photograph: Tony Gentile/Reuters
If Vatican cardinals have yet to join the Occupy Wall Street protesters on the barricades, a document released by the Holy See calling for a "world authority" to crack down on runaway capitalism suggests some are seriously considering it.
Written by the Vatican's Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace and released on Monday, "Towards reforming the international financial and monetary systems in the context of a global public authority" suggests a beefed-up United Nations could police the financial markets and inject a dose of ethics to replace rampant profiteering and reduce inequality.
The pamphlet claims that in combination with a "central world bank", such an authority would help restore "the primacy of the spiritual and of ethics", as well as "the primacy of politics – which is responsible for the common good – over the economy and finance".
Financial transactions would be taxed to promote global development and sustainability, while "virtuous" banks helping out the "real economy" would qualify for state subsidy should they need it.
Presenting the document at the Vatican, the council's secretary, Bishop Mario Toso, said the 1944 deal on international finance signed at Bretton Woods had failed, while the G20 group of nations was unable to rein in deregulated markets. The document also says the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is no longer up to the job of stabilising the global financial system.
Toso admitted that these ideas appeared to sympathise with those of "los indignados", the Spanish protest over mass youth unemployment, but stressed that the document was built on existing Vatican teaching, notably Pope Benedict XVI's 2009 encyclical, which criticised free market fundamentalism.
According to the pamphlet, Benedict had singled out the moral as well as economic and financial roots of the crisis. "To function correctly the economy needs ethics, and not just of any kind but one that is people-centred."
The pope, it adds, "himself expressed the need to create a world political authority". The document also picks up on the pope's denunciation of a new "technocracy", and raises concerns over automated trading. "Seventy per cent of financial transactions are today performed in milliseconds by algorithms," said Leonardo Becchetti, an Italian professor of economics, who helped draft the document.
The document adds: "The speculative bubble in real estate and the recent financial crisis have the same origin in the excessive amount of money and the plethora of financial instruments globally." Letting Lehman Brothers fail, thanks to a "liberalist approach, unsympathetic towards public intervention in the markets", only worsened the crisis, it adds.
Looking ahead to the G20 conference in Cannes on 3 and 4 November, Cardinal Peter Turkson, the head of the pontifical council, said the pope would be keeping a close eye on proceedings and looking for "a clear vision of economic, social, cultural and spiritual aspects".
"......The speculative bubble in real estate and the recent financial crisis have the same origin in the excessive amount of money and the plethora of financial instruments globally........"
Theological translation: there are too much indulgences (''banknotes'') earned without to have the Roman Catholic right to do it. You must be deprived of that and start to repent and accept the punishment. Which else is the actual world economical/financial crisis and poverty if not a disguised Roman Catholic theological punishment?
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Central banks 'must take the lead in restoring order'
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See also the other messages under the label ''Mario Draghi''. But especially sees the Roman Catholic theology as pillar of the modern savage anti-Christian capitalism & financial system. I just told that in some my articles (I should name them messages to avoid the Pontifical law of Italy punishing the ones who ''writes too much'' not in favor of Rome). The more capitalism & financial system is filled with characters belonging (formally) to different and enemy religious visions respect the Romanist cult, the more it means that capitalism & financial system is a dirty rotten material implementation of the Council of Trent materialist atheist 'salvation' theology. You can continue to turn the head on the other side and to give so to Marxism, to various Dialectic Materialisms, as well the National Socialim Materialism built around the concept of the ''Material class of Jewish blood'' (instead of the ''working class''), the vital space they need to continue to serve Rome with their ideological cancerous deceptions. When the Jesuits' boot will start to kick also your ass, don't complain please.
Here three fundamental my writings to start to open the eyes (not before its too late, because is just too late, but to save your soul):
Dont forget also:
....... . . . . . . . . INSIDE THE MIND OF ROME:
(As I have no time, no resources, no money, no support at disposition, it is clear that what I wrote is affected by many errors and uncorrectness. I am not a prostitute lay journalist of this dirty Vatican 'tollerant' regime called 'democracy'. I have not the 51% of the Bank of America supporting my writings. I don't control the Casinò of Ostenda and neither Citroen and Peugeot as the General Superior did at least in 1958. So corrections and additions could appear in the future)