Pope Meets With Russian President
By Greg Szymanski
Feb. 18, 2011
The Pope is sure making the rounds these days, meeting with Presidents and potentates all over the world.
His latest visit was from the Russian President, the meeting being billed as another step towards peace and world unity.
However, if the truth be known, the Russian President was invited to the Vatican to make sure he, like American Presidents on the Vatican payroll, knew exactly how to play his part in the Pope’s New World Order scheme to bring the world under a one world government and religion.
And who better to take your marching orders from then the master of deception and double talk, the Pontifix Maximus of Rome.
Here is short article verifying the Vatican meeting:
|Russia`s President Dmitry Medvedev met with Pope Benedict XVI and the Vatican Secretary of State, Tarcisio Bertone, in the Vatican.
This was the first official visit of a Russian leader to the Vatican since establishment of full-format diplomatic relations. Following his brief working visit to the Vatican on December 3, 2009, Dmitry Medvedev signed an executive order on establishing diplomatic relations at the level of a Russian Federation Embassy in the Vatican.
The discussion focused on prospects for humanitarian, social, scientific, educational and cultural cooperation. Besides, the parties reviewed opportunities for promoting dialogue among confessions. (Source: Press Release on the official website of the President; Photo: the Presidential Press and Information Office)