November 19, 2017 at 12:41 #522
The Pope is at it again!
HUMANITY IS CURRENTLY EXPERIENCING A “CLIMATE EMERGENCY,” POPE FRANCIS SAID, WHILE DECRYING DENIAL OF HUMAN-INDUCED CLIMATE CHANGE AS A PERVERSE ATTITUDE THAT ENDANGERS ALL.
“Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools, …Who changed the truth of God into a lie, and worshipped and served the creature more than the Creator, who is blessed for ever. Amen.” Romans 1:22,25 (KJV)
EDITOR’S NOTE: The mythical Roman Catholic “blessed virgin” has nothing in common with the Mary of the Bible, and everything in common with the “mother goddess” as found in the Egyptian ISIS and in Gaia worship. This is why King Pope Francis is so involved with the Climate Change hoaxers. It’s not only a highly-profitable billion dollar industry, it’s also the religion of the Roman Catholic “mother”.
“And call no man your father upon the earth: for one is your Father, which is in heaven.” Matthew 23:9 (KJV)
“We need a conversation that unites us all, because the environmental challenge we are experiencing, and its human roots, affects us all,” Francis said in a statement to the COP23 UN Climate Change summit taking place this week in Bonn, Germany.
Four “perverse” attitudes that obstruct the quest for concrete solutions to the problem of climate change “range from denial of the problem to indifference, nonchalant resignation, or blind trust in technical solutions,” he said.
These perverse attitudes, Francis said, “certainly do not help honest research and sincere and fruitful dialogue on building the future of our planet: denial, indifference, resignation and trust in inadequate solutions.”
In his message, the Pope said that climate change is “one of the most worrisome phenomena that humanity is facing,” while praising the Paris Accord on reducing carbon dioxide as a “historic” agreement.
The agreement, he said, “indicates a clear transition path towards an economic development model of low- or zero-carbon consumption, encouraging solidarity and taking advantage of the close links between the fight against climate change and that against poverty.”
This transition was further prompted by the current “climate emergency,” which calls for greater commitment from the nations of the world, he said. The Pope encouraged those meeting in Bonn, describing the proceedings as an “important phase of the Paris agreement.”
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