Mariana Mazzucato was appointed a member of the Pontifical Academy for Life, an appointment that brings to light the blatant contradictions of this pontificate.
(Rome) The economist Mariana Mazzucato, a self-confessed atheist and left-wing opponent of abortion, was appointed full member of the Pontifical Academy for Life, founded by Pope John Paul II to combat the culture of death. Another step in the rapprochement with the globalist establishment?
The Italian-American economist Mariana Mazzucato, Chair of the Council on Health Economics for All of the World Health Organization and former member of the Global Agenda Council on the Innovation Economy of the World Economic Forum WEF, atheist and pro-abortionist, has been appointed member of the Pontifical Academy for Life.
Mazzucato was a member of the UK Labor Party 's Economic Advisory Committee from 2015 to 2016, then led by Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell.
Just a few months ago, Mazzucato shared on Twitter a video of the host of the radical left TV show Young Turks, Anahit Misak Kasparian, polemicizing against Christians after the US Supreme Court clarified that there is no "right to abortion". Mazzucato praised the video, saying: "How beautiful! All of it. Every word of it."
The transformation of the Academy founded by John Paul II is one of the biggest scandals of the current pontificate. It began in 2016 when Pope Francis threw out all then academicians and annulled the work of his predecessor to undertake a realignment, which he entrusted to Curial Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia of the Community Sant'Egidio. Paglia made the prestigious Defense of Life Academy a pioneer of the Culture of Death.
Accordingly, in June 2022, the Pontifical Academy for Life reacted cautiously to the centenary judgment of the US Supreme Court. At the end of December 2020, she published a highly controversial document declaring experimental corona vaccination a "moral obligation" in contradiction to a statement by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith that had been published just a few days earlier. To the delight of gender ideologues, the academy takes an ambiguous stance on "puberty blockers."
"The once-respected institution has spent much of the past year scandalizing Twitter's Catholic users with the most arrogant and petty bickering," according to InfoVaticana. It was not least about the relativization of the encyclical Humanae Vitae by Paul VI. from 1968:
“Caution: What is considered dissent today can change. It is not about relativism, but about the dynamics of understanding phenomena and science: the sun does not revolve around the earth. Otherwise there would be no progress and everything would come to a standstill. Also in theology. Make up your mind. The question of life is not about taking fundamentalist positions with an ideology, but about opening the debate within the community of moral theologians.”
With the appointment of Mariana Mazzucato, the reputation of the Pontifical Academy for Life has plummeted.