Francis the Merciful & Jeffrey Sachs: Moving the Goalpost in Human Trafficking, by Michael J. Matt

Corporate Media And Other Race-Baiters Have Incited More Violence Than Trump Ever Did, by Kylee Zempel
April 27, 2021
Christian School Caught Up in Debate Over Biblical Sexuality, by Steve Jordahl
April 27, 2021

By  Michael J. Matt, Editor, The Remnant, April 26, 2021

“Humanity’s special place in the cosmos is one of abandoned claims and moving goalposts.”  — FRANZ DE WAAL

On April 17-21, 2015, in a prominent Vatican speech, Jeffrey Sachs promised the audience that if the UN SDGs were passed by the General Assembly, then human trafficking would end in 2020!

Together Francis, the Merciful, and his UN sidekick,  Jeffrey Unsustainable Sachs concocted the Vatican’s support of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).  Francis endorsed the 17 UN Sustainable Development commandments believing they were the gateway to heaven on earth. Included in the sustainable manifesto was goal 8.7, which promised the eradication of global human trafficking.

In the United Nations, promises are made, promises broken. Goals set; goals moved. The Vatican and the UN were hoping that people wouldn’t pay attention to the goals they set, especially the one involving human trafficking (8.7). After all, no one should hold them accountable for failing to fulfill their promise.

The Merciful One often chastises the world for its “globalization of indifference.” Catchy phrase? It’s especially ironic coming from one so indifferent to the suffering victims of clergy sex abuse. Nevertheless, The Merciful One promised that his pet project of ending human trafficking would meet its goal in 2020. Finally, with the implementation of the UN’s SDGs, the globalization of indifference would end. …

Continue reading >>>>