“Pope Francis on Monday slammed climate change doubters as “stupid” in the wake of a spate of hurricanes that have thrashed the US, Mexico and the Caribbean. “Those who deny it (climate change) should go to the scientists and ask them. They are very clear, very precise,” the pontiff said Monday during a press conference on the return leg of a five-day Colombia trip.” –Source
What this Jesuit Pope doesn’t seem to understand is that most people are not stupid when it comes to what he calls climate change because we are all on the same planet experiencing the weather changes. Yes, we had a few hurricanes, just as we do every year. And just so you know, those hurricanes were bad, yes. But they were not as bad as the media reported them to be. They are obviously pumping up the numbers to help the Pope in his long prophesied agenda regarding climate change. Check out this animation that compares hurricanes the last few decades. Irma, Harvey and Jose were large storms yes. But not THE largest. In fact, Matthew was much larger than Harvey, Jose and Irma, and Irma was only 15 miles wider than Katrina. And just so you know, Irma was 400 miles wide. But Sandy was 1120 miles wide literally engulfing Harvey, Irma AND Jose! In fact, you could fit another hurricane Harvey inside Sandy with 3 miles left over! But, Irma and Harvey got much more air time in the media than any other hurricane in history because we now have a Jesuit Pope who needs to do what Satan demands seeing how he knows his time is so short. Continue reading
“Pope Francis has once again waded into ecological waters, inviting all people to pray for the environment while urging world leaders to “hear the cry of the earth.” …We no longer respect nature as a shared gift; instead, we regard it as a private possession. We no longer associate with nature in order to sustain it; instead, we lord over it to support our own constructs. …The human environment and the natural environment are deteriorating together, and this deterioration of the planet weighs upon the most vulnerable of its people.” –Source
Since he came into office, and yes I said office and not the church because the Vatican is not just a church structure. It is first and foremost a political entity, a literal nation on its own. It is a church and state as prophecy predicted and being as such the man of sin in Rome has the ability to destroy people lives in both the physical and spiritual spectrum. So we must always expect him to lean towards whatever will benefit the Vatican most and their long prophesied agenda towards the enforcement of the mark upon every disobedient soul on earth because I’ve never heard this Pope or any other Pope ever actually say anything that would spiritually bless any soul on earth. And yes, that is a biblical fact for it is also stated in James 3:10, “Out of the same mouth proceedeth blessing and cursing. My brethren, these things ought not so to be.” And as we know, every Pope has claimed to echo Scripture while at the same time preaching Paganism which if embraced curses the soul with damnation. Continue reading
President Donald Trump declared Sunday a national day of prayer for Hurricane Harvey victims. The president signed a declaration after he met with several faith leaders and evangelical ministers.
“As response and recovery efforts continue, and as Americans provide much-needed relief to the people of Texas and Louisiana, we are reminded of Scripture’s promise that ‘God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble,’” Trump said in a statement. “Melania and I are grateful to everyone devoting time, effort, and resources to the ongoing response, recovery, and rebuilding efforts.”
The president signed a statement declaring Sunday, September 3, as a national day of prayer. Continue reading
Pope Francis and the leadership of the World Council of Churches have met in the Vatican and discussed how Christian unity is vital in bringing a true sense of justice to issues the world is facing today.
The Aug. 24 meeting attended by WCC moderator Dr. Agnes Abuom and WCC general secretary Rev. Olav Fykse Tveit also focused on how to deepen relations in the one ecumenical movement, the WCC reported.
Tveit, who is a Norwegian Lutheran said in remarks, “We are very grateful for the very constructive and fruitful meeting with Pope Francis today. Continue reading
WASHINGTON – A leading climate skeptic’s newly self-published e-book challenging the science behind Al Gore’s “An Inconvenient Sequel” is drastically outselling the film’s companion book on Amazon.
The former vice-president’s book, “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power,” was ranked 16,459th among paid Amazon e-books on Friday.
Meanwhile, climatologist Roy W. Spencer’s e-book, “An Inconvenient Deception: How Al Gore Distorts Climate Science and Energy Policy,” was ranked 328th. Continue reading
There are plenty of theories about what led to the Brexit vote. Now, Al Gore, has a new one to add to the pile. The former vice president – who has been busy promoting his new film by labelling those who question him ’deniers’ – says the EU referendum result was brought about because of… climate change.
Gore suggested that the war in Syria was caused by ‘climate refugees’ flooding into the cities. This, in turn, by Gore’s version of events at least, kickstarted the wider refugee crisis – eventually leading Brits to vote out last June. Here’s what Gore told the New European: Continue reading
Former vice president Al Gore told CNN that he would consider converting to Catholicism because of the witness of Pope Francis, particularly in the area of environmental concern.
“I’m a Protestant, but I’ll tell you, because of Pope Francis, I really could become a Catholic. He is really an amazing spiritual leader,” Gore told Father John S. Rausch, who appeared with him on CNN Tuesday as part of a climate change town hall event. Continue reading
The Pontifical Academy of Science (PAS) has announced another population control conference.
“Health of People, Health of Planet and Our Responsibility: Climate Change, Air Pollution and Health” will be held November 2-4 at the Vatican.
The conference’s title obscures the questionable personal ideologies and professional objectives of a number of its slated participants. Continue reading
“The World Council of Churches (WCC) has censured President Donald Trump for his decision to withdraw the United States from the 2015 Paris climate accord, an agreement the president said gravely disadvantaged American workers. In an official statement from its executive committee, the WCC said that the President’s decision “has grave consequences for the impoverished and vulnerable, for our children’s children, and for the entire planet, putting at risk people’s access to clean water, food, shelter and secure livelihoods, and undermining efforts for environmental sustainability and for peace.” –Source
As we know, Trump caved on the climate change fiasco after he appointed his daughter to head up the White House climate change work for the Pope. Plus, we have Trump’s own words that his decision to pull out of the Paris accord had nothing to do with the fate of the planet as the Pope’s fear-mongers suggest. In days gone by he was very vocal declaring global warming a lie. Which 31,487 Scientists have stated in writing is bad science and a bold faced lie. But when pressured about it after becoming president, Trump reiterated about how the United States government has all along been a trailblazer in taking measures to slow global warming by its many very expensive (to US business men) government regulations. He even stated we are the cleanest nation on earth when it comes to governmental efforts in this issue. Continue reading