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The Pan-Amazon Synod Watch is an international campaign of the Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira Institute (IPCO) and its sister organizations, the Societies for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP) and related entities present in more than 30 countries, which constitute the largest coalition of associations in defense of Christian civilization.

Faithful to their principles, they deem it indispensable to combat a false ecology whose promoters seek to control society on the pretext of saving the environment. This is done by imposing so-called ecological ‘degrowth’, both populational and economic, and by restricting legitimate individual freedoms with formulas that seem to cater to a most primitive and archaic tribalism.

IPCO is a Brazilian association founded on December 8, 2006 by the legitimate disciples of Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira who remained united defending the ideals of Tradition, Family and Property against every form of socialism and communism in their cultural, artistic, political, or religious manifestations.

Based on the solid, two thousand-year doctrine of the Catholic Church as well as serious scientific studies, this site aims to alert all those who are legitimately concerned about the news circulating about the Synod of Bishops for the Pan-Amazon region, to be held in October 2019 in Rome.

Indeed, there is talk not only of establishing a “new church,” but also of adopting a new conception of society with a strongly socialist and egalitarian tendency.

For the Church, that would mean a profound constitutional change that would turn her into a structure-less and essentially ‘tribal’ organization, in clear opposition to twenty centuries of Christianity. The Indigenist Theology now being promoted is nothing more than a radicalization, behind the mask of ecology, of the already condemned Liberation Theology, as Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira denounced forty years ago in his book, Indigenous tribalism – a Communist Missionary Ideal for Brazil in the 21st Century.

To civic society, which naturally tends towards the development and enrichment of nations and their peoples, the organizers of the Synod present as an alternative an anti-consumerist and minimalist society that is opposed to free enterprise and private property.

Pan-Amazon Synod Watch aims to rally people and organizations against this adulterated vision, which is a tool to impose a radical eco-tribalist model on the Holy Catholic Church and civic society.