Pope Francis said that the world is already in a third world war. The comment was made in reference to Ukraine but he warned that similar conflicts will be fought piecemeal over time.
“Tomorrow you will remember the anniversary of the outbreak of World War II, which so painfully marked the Polish nation,” the pope said Wednesday. “May the memory of past experiences urge you to cultivate peace in yourselves, in your families, in social and international life.”
The pope referred to the current era as the “third World War,” saying the overarching conflict will most likely play out piecemeal, unlike previous global wars, according to Vatican media.
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But when asked if he was worried about the possibility of nuclear war, Pope Francis said: “I think we are at the very limit. I am really afraid of this. One accident is enough to precipitate things.” –SHTFPlan
The pope has stepped in often and has used politics to help convince the masses to do something. Take, for example, a 20-euro coin. This coin shows someone getting a vaccine. Not just any vaccine, though. This is a coin that has a description that specifically commemorates the COVID-19 vaccines.
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