Archbishop Accuses Elite Of Global Coup

A Roman Catholic archbishop told a forum that several global elites, including World Economic Forum (WEF) founder Klaus Schwab, former Microsoft CEO Bill Gates and billionaire George Soros have overthrown the world order in a “real-world coup d’etat” since 2020.

Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò spoke in Moscow to the Founding Congress of the International Movement of Russophiles. During his speech, the clergyman stated that the global elite “considers Russia an enemy to be overthrown.”

Viganò described Russia as “the last bastion of civilization against barbarism.” In particular, the archbishop pointed fingers at organizations including NATO and the United Nations for mass indoctrination.

He added his belief that the “pandemic farce” and the war between Russia and Ukraine were “deliberately provoked with the aim of destroying the social and economic fabric of nations” and “concentrating control in the hands of an oligarchy that no one has elected and that has perpetrated a real-world coup d’etat.”

The warning came prior to former President Trump announcing that he may be arrested next week. The archbishop believes that the global elite prevented Trump from staying in the White House.

Viganò was an early critic of COVID-19 restrictions. The archbishop penned a petition to the Vatican, stating that the pandemic response was “a disturbing prelude to the realization of a world government beyond all control.”

The archbishop also wrote to former President Donald Trump in June 2020, stating that he believed that there was a global conspiracy regarding the coronavirus.

Viganò’s letter to Trump stated that “the children of darkness,” whom he identified with “the deep state” that the then-president “wisely oppose[d].”

The archbishop said that he believed that the pandemic was likely a “colossal operation of social engineering.”

The church official stated that he and Trump were “on the same side in this battle, albeit with different weapons.”

The then-president called upon the public to read the letter, posting on Twitter that he was “honored by Archbishop Viganò’s incredible letter to me. I hope everyone, religious or not, reads it!”

Viganò has held several prominent roles in the church, which included serving as Apostolic Nuncio to the United States and secretary-general of Vatican City’s government.

Viganò rose to prominence in part due to his 2012 revelation of monetary corruption within the Catholic Church, as well as a 2018 accusation that Pope Francis and church leadership were hiding abuse allegations against a former cardinal.