Pope Francis, another globalist
The Pope calls for a new global organization to tackle the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and the development of the planet’s poorer regions, another item that should raise the hackles of conservatives who promote a suspicion of international organizations like the UN.
Excitement and speculation have been building for months around Pope Francis’ encyclical on climate change, which is due to be released on Thursday following a noon press conference. Now a leaked draft of the document, published Monday in Italian Magazine L’Espresso, has given Vatican watchers and environmentalists something to sink their teeth into, although the Vatican cautioned that this was not the final version, which could be similar or substantially different, and had asked that details of the draft not be published.
Pope Francis has made no secret of the fact that he hopes to exert some moral authority on the UN Climate Summit in Paris in December, adding his strong voice to the discussion and helping to steer it to take strong action as the leader of 1.2 billion Catholics worldwide. Scientists recently speculated that his encyclical “is probably going to have a bigger impact than the Paris negotiations.” He hosted a one-day summit at the Vatican in April, which brought together leading climate scientists and featured an opening address by UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.
It looks like the carbonazis are finally realizing that people are not buying the bogus science behind the global warming hysteria, so they are resorting to a tried and true tactic from the Middle ages of having the church tell the people that it is God’s will that they go along with the rulers’ agenda!
And nobody is denying that climate changes. It always has and always will. The issue is the attempt to blame humans for global warming to guilt them into paying carbon taxes and to obey this global environmental authority the Pope has put his stamp of blessing on. The idea that any human effort will halt climate change is nonsense as it is the level of solar activity and the changing shape of Earth’s orbit that dominate the climate, and until the Carbonazis (or the Pope) can control the sun or move the Earth in its orbit, climate will go on cycling between ice ages and inter-glacial periods.