Pope Francis has a plan for the post-coronavirus world. But you’re not going to like it

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Coronavirus has changed the world as we know it with its massive restrictions on freedom.

Many want to keep this “new normal” after coronavirus is long gone.

And even Pope Francis has a plan for the post-coronavirus world. But you’re not going to like it.

Just go to your local grocery store or restaurant and you will feel the effects of government-imposed coronavirus restrictions.

As a result, millions are without jobs and countless mom and pop small businesses are closing their doors for good. 

State and local government officials claim restrictions are in place to slow down the spread of coronavirus.

But restrictions are still in place even though the spread is near a standstill in many areas of the nation.

And with many in the Fake News Media claiming these restrictions are the “new normal,” it seems like many on the Left, particularly Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, want to keep these restrictions in place even after coronavirus is long gone.

Now even Pope Francis has made clear his desire to change things for good after coronavirus.

In his just released third encyclical, which outlines the Pope’s plans and goals for the Catholic Church, Pope Francis stated his desire to do away with free markets and capitalism in a post-coronavirus world.

In the encyclical the Pope states, “the marketplace by itself cannot resolve every problem, however much we are asked to believe this dogma of neoliberal faith.”

He continues by claiming that trickle-down economics creates, “the inequality that gives rise to new forms of violence threatening the fabric of society.”

And last but not least, Pope Francis claims that “the Christian tradition has never recognized the right to private property as absolute or inviolable and has stressed the social purpose of all forms of private property.”

Leftist Pope Fancis has made it crystal clear about his agenda to push the Catholic Church even further towards socialism once coronavirus has passed.

Only time will tell if members of the Catholic Church will follow the Pope’s demands to do away with free markets, capitalism, and private property.

Culture Watch News will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.