Rep. Nancy Pelosi said Thursday that President Trump was “dishonoring” God and questioned whether his grandchildren will even be able to breathe air after his announcement a day earlier that he would withdraw from the Paris climate accord.
“How is he ever going to explain to his grandchildren what he did to the air they breathe — assuming they breathe air,” she said at her weekly press conference.
She compared the president to racist segregationists during the civil rights movement, said Mr. Trump’s decision was yet another reason he needed to release his tax returns, and said the U.S. has isolated itself from the world, joining just Syria in rejecting the Paris agreement as too onerous. Continue reading
As I have been wondering for months since Trump’s daughter Ivanka made climate change her focus in her father’s White House; when will Trump finally cave on this long prophesied agenda of the Pope regarding climate change? Well, this meeting is not only the focus of a new video I’m working on, (from last Friday’s blog entry) it’s also what all students of prophecy have been watching for all along because we know prophecy will be fulfilled no matter how much Trump is against it. And as expected, Trump had his meeting with the Pope, and as was also expected they had their meeting behind closed doors so as to keep the people they promised transparency with are kept in the dark, because as also prophesied their deeds are from the darkened realm of Satan. And if their constituents knew they would boldly revolt. Continue reading
“In his new Netflix series, Bill Nye Saves The World, “Science Guy” Bill Nye presents a cartoon in which talking ice cream cones teach viewers about the many different “flavors of sexuality.” “We are enlightened and forward-thinking, but not everyone sees it this way,” Nye says. “But there are lots of flavors to sexuality.” …Eventually, the vanilla ice cream is overcome by sexual desire and is seduced by other flavored ice creams to participate in an apparent ice cream orgy.” –Source
This man (Bill Nye) is one sick soul. And yes, this is the same man that said people that deny his proven bad science and agree with 31,487 Scientists that confirm Global Warming is wrong, should all be jailed as war criminals. So as is apparent, Bill Nye is more about the politics than the science. And now making this cartoon pushing perversion in sex, it’s now confirmed he really is all about politics. I have no doubt in mind that his cartoon, or a facsimile thereof will eventually appear in schools across the nation to further indoctrinate our precious children towards a perverted normality in life. This man is one angry man and his anger is mostly focused on the Creator God, as most in today’s main stream media are. And this cartoon confirms that big time. Continue reading
“A number of Ph.Ds have written a book chapter asserting that doubts about the theory of human-caused global warming should be considered “real science.” You know, the idea of basing hypotheses on documented evidence rather than a political agenda. But the National Science Teachers Association wants nothing to do with such an approach. Its executive director, David Evans, has written a letter to members insisting they must teach the agendas of the National Wildlife Federation, the North American Association for Environmental Education, the Campaign for Environmental Literacy, the Center for Climate Change Communication and other activist groups. What they must avoid, he contends, is the information compiled by the scientists who wrote “Why Scientists Disagree About Global Warming.” –Source
This is a major fingerprint of the Roman Catholic popes. This has been how they have always dealt with truth that goes against their current agenda. They used this method during the Inquisitions, during Hitler’s reign and they are using them today directly before they get the masses to bow to their lies and bow to them in open worship so as to be sealed for hellfire right before Jesus returns. Continue reading
“President Donald Trump, having already backtracked on several campaign pledges considered important to his populist-conservative base, sparked worry Tuesday he may decline to withdraw from an Obama-era climate change agreement. …Staying in the legally non-binding accord would be an abject betrayal to his supporters,” said Thomas Richard of Climate Change Dispatch, in an email to LifeZette. Richard noted that the accord is the kind of abusive agreement Trump used to bash as a “bad deal.” …But Trump is under pressure from moderate advisers to reconsider ahead of a late-May meeting of the G7. Trump would be expected to take grief from France and Canada were he to pull out of the Paris Accord.” –Source
This is par for the course when it comes to all politicians. Be they dyed-in-the-wool as most in office today are, or those that come into office with no political experience beforehand. Just as we saw with Reagan we now see with Trump. What I mean is. Even though they (Reagan & Trump) may have made honest promises in their campaigns, (if that was possible) once gaining the oval office the reality of sitting in that chair had to come with some surprises. The biggest being, as we saw with Reagan, is the fact that the man of sin in Rome is in fact a lot more powerful in American politics than any new candidate vying for that office could know before winning the election and so, I don’t see Trump delaying his decision on whether or not to play the global game of climate change as an easy one to make knowing he did in fact make that promise to the American people and now the cold hard reality is he may have to renege on it. So the delay is more about spin-doctoring than it is about reneging. After all, sitting in that chair I am sure he now has a lot more info on why Kennedy was assassinated for denying Rome’s will and why Reagan was shot just three months after being sworn in. And most today already know about the Jesuits who killed Lincoln. Continue reading
The Catholic Diocese of Hallam and the Anglican Diocese of Sheffield came together to host an ecumenical Study Day on Pope Francis’ encyclical on Saturday, 25th February. A packed room at Sheffield’s Quaker Meeting House came away enthused and inspired to foster care for creation in their home parishes. “The suggestion to explore Laudato Si’ together came from the Anglican diocese”, explained Greg Ryan, adult formation advisor for Hallam. “Not only have we been studying together, but we’ve learned from each other, often in practical ways. It’s been an experience of ‘receptive ecumenism”’. Continue reading
“A high-level whistleblower at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has revealed that the organization published manipulated data in a major 2015 report on climate change in order to maximize impact on world leaders at the UN climate conference in Paris in 2015. According to a report in The Mail on Sunday, NOAA scientist Dr. John Bates has produced “irrefutable evidence” that the NOAA study denying the “pause” in global warming in the period since 1998 was based on false and misleading data. …Dr. Bates accused the lead author of the paper, Thomas Karl, of “insisting on decisions and scientific choices that maximized warming and minimized documentation.” Bates says that Karl did so “in an effort to discredit the notion of a global warming pause, rushed so that he could time publication to influence national and international deliberations on climate policy.” –Source
Oh perish (or Paris) the thought! How on earth could this ever happen? Just because students of prophecy have been declaring they would do this for well over a century and everyone breathing air on this very same planet also know the planet is in no way, shape or form “warning” as the Popes in Rome keep claiming, it doesn’t mean Christian prophecy is right. Or wait a minute… that’s exactly what it means. Continue reading
VATICAN CITY – When the Pope calls you to Rome, you go.
Dozens of mayors from around the world heeded the call in 2015, when Pope Francis invited them to the Vatican to discuss actions their cities could take against climate change and human trafficking. And it happened again last month, when Francis asked 70 mayors, mostly from Europe, to come and discuss local responses to the refugee crisis.
Both meetings amounted to follow-up on the Pope’s June 2015 encyclical letter, Laudato Sì. The 184-page letter expressed Francis’ concerns for the “common home” of humanity. In addition to strong words on the need to fight climate change, he included statements on the need for more socially inclusive urban planning. Continue reading