The latest call for a youth uprising against global capitalism came not from grassroots groups, but from the leader of the Catholic Church, who on Sunday gave a rousing speech during which he told a crowd of young people in Paraguay that it is their time to \u0022make a mess.\u0022The address marked the end of Pope Francis\u0026#039; week-long pilgrimage to Latin America, during which he also assailed the prevailing economic system as the \u0022dung of the devil,\u0022 saying that the systemic \u0022greed for money\u0022 is a \u0022subtle dictatorship\u0022 that \u0022condemns and enslaves men and women.\u0022During Sunday\u0026#039;s rally, which was held on the banks of the Paraguay River outside the capital Asunción, the Argentinian pontiff went off-script as he addressed tens of thousands of local youth.\u0022They wrote a speech for me to give you. But speeches are boring,\u0022 Pope Francis said. \u0022Make a mess, but then also help to tidy it up. A mess which gives us a free heart, a mess which gives us solidarity, a mess which gives us hope.\u0022He also encouraged those present to look at their less fortunate peers, some of whom he met earlier in the day during a visit to the Banado Norte shantytown, and spoke of the connection between authentic liberty and responsibility and the necessity of fighting for the right to lead a dignified life.\u0022We don\u0026#039;t want young weaklings. We do not want young people who tire quickly, who live life worn out with faces of boredom. We want youths with hope and strength,\u0022 Francis told the crowd.Pope Francis\u0026#039; South American visit comes just week after the release of his Papal Encyclical, which many hailed as a \u0022radical statement,\u0022 in which he told leaders of the Catholic Church that there is a moral imperative for addressing climate change.