Vatican Judge: Gates & Soros Are Imposing a Global ‘Surveillance State’
Financial elites are trying to bring forth 'a new man'
A German cardinal has claimed that George Soros and Bill Gates are creating a global “surveillance state.”
Gerhard Ludwig Mueller said the current global chaos is being used by the super-rich to “snatch an opportunity to bring people in line."
In an interview with Austria’s St. Boniface Institute, the high-ranking judge at the Vatican court said that total control is now being implemented across the globe.
Mueller said a global “surveillance state" would be ushered in with the help of Soros and Gates.
As RT reported:
The St. Boniface published a video showing a small part of the interview, and the cardinal has since confirmed to the German DPA news agency that the footage is genuine.
“People, who sit on the throne of their wealth,” see an “opportunity to push through their agenda,” the cardinal said.
He named Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, leftist billionaire George Soros, Davos Economic Forum, Klaus Schwab as the leaders behind the global control scheme.
The cardinal also said the global financial elites are trying to bring forth “a new man” created “in their own image and likeness."
He added he would not wish such a fate on himself.
“That has nothing to do with democracy,” the former Regensburg bishop said.
His statements sparked a wave of controversy from German media outlets, which called his word “conspiracy theories.”
Some experts invited by Germany’s Der Spiegel magazine said his remarks can be interpreted as a comparison between the Nazis and the modern government, whose crimes were “played down."
#Pressesprecher Matthias Kopp: Man wundert sich sehr über diese Theorien! #Kardinal Müller spricht hier – davon gehe ich aus – als Privatperson. https://t.co/cSboNc8XMC— Deutsche Bischofskonferenz - offizieller Account (@dbk_online) December 13, 2021
They added that even mentioning Soros in such a context was anti-Semitic.
Mueller’s statements have yet to be commented on by the Vatican.
Later, the conference spokesman, Matthias Kopp, said on Twitter he was astonished by Mueller’s words and added that the cardinal apparently made such statements “as a private person.”
Mueller later said he rejects the logic under which anyone who “criticizes the financial elite … is automatically on the wrong side.”
He also highlighted the “illegitimate influence” exerted by the “super-rich elites in various countries.”