The kind of sense of life that produced the [papal] encyclical “Populorum
Progressio” . . . was not produced by the sense of life of any one
person, but by the sense of life of an institution.
The dominant chord of the encyclical’s sense of life is hatred for man’s
mind—hence hatred for man—hence hatred for life and for this
earth—hence hatred for man’s enjoyment of his life on earth—and hence, as a
last and least consequence, hatred for the only social system that makes all
these values possible in practice: capitalism.