German Politicians, Church Leaders Criticize Cardinal Müller for Rejecting Great Reset Agenda, by Maike Hickson

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Card. Gerhard L. Müller in a video message to Christians, March 30, 2020.Edizioni Cantagalli / Facebook screen grab

The German prelate argued that the agenda is based on fraudulent information and insisted that he did not “want to be saved and made in the image and likeness of Klaus Schwab or Bill Gates, or Soros and other such people.”

By Maike Hickson, LifeSiteNews, Dec 15, 2021

Featured Image(LifeSiteNews) — Cardinal Gerhard Müller has come under public criticism in Germany after he gave an interview to Alexander Tschugguel and his Bonifatius Institute in an attempt to support the Austrians who suffer currently under harsh corona lockdowns and measures.

Bavarian Minister-President Markus Söder and Matthias Kopp, a spokesman for the German Bishops’ Conference, distanced themselves from Cardinal Müller’s critique of the Great Reset, the agenda of a small elite who wishes to use the corona crisis for their own political interests.

On December 6, Cardinal Müller did the interview with Tschugguel, an Austrian activist who posted a part of that interview on Twitter. The full, wide-ranging interview that LifeSite was able to obtain covered topics such as whether vaccine mandates are permissible, whether it was right that bishops restrict access to the Sacraments, and whether Austrians may protest against some of the corona restrictions of their government. …