The Bible book of Revelation describes false religion. It is portrayed as a drunken prostitute who has power over many kingdoms and their peoples.
This figurative woman commits fornication with many kings and is drunk with the blood of God’s true worshippers. Revelation 17:1, 2, 6, 18
She has a name written on her forehead that matches her filthy and repulsive conduct. The name is “Babylon the Great, the mother of the harlots and of the disgusting things of the earth.” Revelation 17:5.
The Scriptural description of Babylon the Great fits the world’s collective body of false religion.
Although the thousands of religions are not formally united as one world organization, they are inseparably joined in purpose and deed.
As depicted by the immoral woman in Revelation, false religion has tremendous influence over governments.
Resembling a woman not faithful to her marriage vows, false religion has prostituted herself by forming alliances with one political power after another.