Pope Francis made a Christmas Day admonition for world leaders to “promote cooperation and not competition” in the race to stop the pandemic, imploring that the most vulnerable be first to get vaccines.
“We can’t let closed nationalisms impede us from living as the true human family that we are,” Francis said Friday in a speech from the Vatican just hours after he celebrated Christmas Eve Mass that was sparsely attended because of COVID restrictions across Europe.
The goal, he said, is “vaccines for everybody, especially for the most vulnerable and needy.”….
Naturally national boundaries or any other expression of regional self-determination is an impediment to global government, whose first job is population control. Given the setup for mass vaccine sterilization without legal liability, “helping” the traditional targets of eugenics first is very much in keeping with historical eugenics campaigns. From a tactical standpoint, given unavoidable differences in rates of vaccination in different regions, it also makes sense to start out in less network-connected areas to help censor early reports of adverse events from the rest of the world.