Pope Francis at the World Day of Human Fraternity: “We are Either Friends or We are Enemies”
Revelation 13:3 And I saw one of his heads as it were wounded to death; and his deadly wound was healed: and all the world wondered after the beast. 13:4 And they worshipped the dragon which gave power unto the beast: and they worshipped the beast, saying, Who is like unto the beast? who is able to make war with him?
On February 4, 2021, Pope Francis participated together with the Grand Imam Ahmed el Tayeb and the UN Secretary General António Guterres in the World Day of Human Fraternity. Pope Francis did more than just call for unity. He turned up the pressure and the rhetoric by strongly encouraging people to join his new global fraternity with an ultimatum, “we are either brothers or enemies.”
The Vatican also reported that “local Churches” will also be “encouraged” (threatened) to join this annual celebration. The whole world will be forced to participate in the Pope’s global brotherhood, which is a Masonic-style human utopia encompassing humanism, paganism, euthanasia, full-term abortion, gay marriage, the LGBT+ movement, transgender identity, feminism, and other Marxist ideologies.
If you don’t join, you are the “enemy.” Will we join a brotherhood of globalists who are fighting to impose a godless and immoral agenda on the world? Will we join those who promote perversion by suing schools so that little boys and girls can use the same bathrooms and changing rooms? This is Babylon fallen; and will we join them? No. That would be a betrayal of the gospel of Christ.
The Vatican News reported:
“Pope Francis also emphasized that despite differences in cultures and traditions, we are brothers and sisters, ‘born of the same Father.’ In this regard, fraternity must be built, not by negotiation, but through respect for our different cultures and traditions. “It is the moment of listening. It is the moment of sincere acceptance. It is the moment of certainty that a world without brothers is a world of enemies,” the Pope said. He further underscored that “we cannot say we are either brothers or not brothers,” stressing rather that “we are either brothers or enemies” because indifference is “a very subtle form of enmity.” 
The Vatican also reported that “local Churches” will also be “encouraged” (threatened) to join this annual celebration:
Pope Francis was happy said: “I am very pleased that the nations of the entire world are joining in this celebration, aimed at promoting interreligious and intercultural dialogue.” 
“In the future, starting in 2022, with the experience of this first celebration of the International Day of Human Fraternity and with more time to prepare, the local Churches will be encouraged and helped to participate actively with intercultural and interreligious events marking this date.” 
The papal church will never relinquish her claim to infallibility. All that she has done in her persecution of those who reject her dogmas she holds to be right; and would she not repeat the same acts, should the opportunity be presented? Let the restraints now imposed by secular governments be removed and Rome be reinstated in her former power, and there would speedily be a revival of her tyranny and persecution. GC 564.2
The defenders of the papacy declare that the church has been maligned, and the Protestant world are inclined to accept the statement. Many urge that it is unjust to judge the church of today by the abominations and absurdities that marked her reign during the centuries of ignorance and darkness. They excuse her horrible cruelty as the result of the barbarism of the times and plead that the influence of modern civilization has changed her sentiments. GC 563.2
Have these persons forgotten the claim of infallibility put forth for eight hundred years by this haughty power? So far from being relinquished, this claim was affirmed in the nineteenth century with greater positiveness than ever before. As Rome asserts that the “church never erred; nor will it, according to the Scriptures, ever err” (John L. von Mosheim, Institutes of Ecclesiastical History, book 3, century II, part 2, chapter 2, section 9, note 17), how can she renounce the principles which governed her course in past ages? GC 564.1
Protestants have tampered with and patronized popery; they have made compromises and concessions which papists themselves are surprised to see and fail to understand. Men are closing their eyes to the real character of Romanism and the dangers to be apprehended from her supremacy. The people need to be aroused to resist the advances of this most dangerous foe to civil and religious liberty. GC 566.1