Thursday, April 30, 2015

Pontifical Academy of Sciences Shills For Satanic Population Control

Two days ago I commented on how the Vatican - right up to the top! - made utter fools of themselves by hosting the progressive gab-fest entitled "Protect the Earth, Dignify Humanity: The Moral Dimensions of Climate Change and Sustainable Development".  Now that it's over (for the time being) we can read its report here.  It is entitled "Climate Change and The Common Good: A Statement Of The Problem And The Demand For Transformative Solutions".   I'll note a few things below:
  • William Briggs offers commentary at Crisis Magazine.  It's well worth a read.
  • This report was penned before the meeting on Tuesday.  Yes, before!  Does that have a familiar ring to it?  Think back about 5-6 months!  Yes!  The uber-heretical interim report of the Extraordinary Synod on the Family was likewise written beforehand, with only limited input.
  • One of the select few who had input into this pig-slop of a report was none other than Jeffrey Sachs; see the post from two days ago.
  • The whole thing reads like a "doom and gloom if we don't bow before the idol of global warming" tome.  I'm surprised Al Gore didn't have a hand in writing this nonsense!
I'll now pull a quote from page 8 of the report (page 9 of the pdf) so you can understand just how inimical this thing is.  It isn't just harmless nonsense; it's really quite dangerous.  To wit:

"Over the 10,000 years that humans have depended on agriculture, it has been spread over a third of the earth’s land surface, doubtless causing the extinction of at least hundreds of thousands and perhaps millions of species of organisms in the process. During the last two centuries, however, our numbers have grown at an unprecedented rate from one billion to more than seven billion people, with expectations for ever-increasing consumption rising even faster than the populations themselves. Although we are an inseparable part of the living world, entirely dependent on it for every aspect of our lives, we are destroying it with blinding speed through habitat destruction, global climate change, moving invasive species (including pests and parasites) rapidly throughout the world, and harvesting many kinds of wild plants and animals unsustainably. Considering the fact that we have found and named only a small proportion of the species of organisms that occur on earth, we will never even be directly aware of most of those that we drive and have driven to extinction. Our activities constitute a direct rejection of the Biblical injunction to care for the world by good stewardship: they not only deny benefits that we enjoy now to future generations but also seriously threaten global sustainability. The destruction of so many of what are, as far as we know, our only living companions in the universe, is clearly, as Harvard Professor E.O. Wilson has put it, the sin for which our descendants will be least likely to forgive us, as it is completely irreversible. To save as much of the sustainable fabric of the world as possible, we need to take many steps, among them reaching a level and sustainable population; just consumption rates throughout the world..."

Did you catch that?  They (probably Sachs) were quite sly in insinuating the concept of population control in there.  That's the whole satanic idea!  And yes, I do intend that adjective to be taken literally!  Think of it!  Just who/what do they think is qualified to decide what constitutes a "level and sustainable population"?  A one-world government?  How do they intend to achieve this arbitrary level?  Contraception and abortion, of course!  And what, pray tell, will they do with those unruly types who will not swallow the progressive schtick?  Just where is this leading us?  If you haven't already, please go to my post two days ago and review the Voris clip; we need to have our eyes wide open.

On the bottom of that page and going onto the next page, we see an outright endorsement of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.  The Voice of the Family yesterday issued a statement detailing why these SDG's - and this statement by the PAS - are a direct threat to unborn children.  This is no surprise coming from the UN (also known as Useless Nincompoops) but now we have thrust in our faces the horrible spectacle of the Vatican striking hands with the UN in this murderous venture.

As we await, with understandable concern, the pope's statement on the environment, we must recall that he can pronounce infallibly only on matters of faith and morals - and even then under the most specific of circumstances.  If there are errors therein, we are not only free to respectfully object to them but we are duty-bound to so so.


  1. Population control is indeed their prime goal. LOL.......the Holy Father has in the past talked about Catholics recognizing Satanic snares and traps, but I wonder if he is following his own advice? I also wonder if his collaboration with the UN is the reason he objected to talking about the 'abortion' issue 'so much' at the beginning of his Pontificate. Guess I'm speculating here, but boy oh boy it sure does sound coincidental to me.

    1. I have similar questions. I've written a bit about all this "maturing" that the pope wants us to do before next October's sin-nod. Certainly this environmental pig-slop factors into it.

  2. The Vatican works with the UN on all levels since more than 60 years.

    "This year is the 50th anniversary of the appointment of the First Permanent Observer of the Holy See to UNESCO in the person of Mons. Roncalli, Bl. Pope John XXIII. Since then, the Holy See has carefully followed UNESCO's activities in the fundamental sectors of education, sciences, human sciences, communications and information, so many aspects of culture, "the fundamental reality which unites us and which is at the basis of the establishment and purposes of UNESCO" (Address to UNESCO, Paris, 2 June 1980, n. 8; ORE, 23 June 1980, p. 9)."

    Pope John XXIII praised the UN in "Pacem in terris".

    According to Joan Veon the UN is already the World Government:
    Up until September 1994, Joan Veon was just a businesswoman. As a result of attending the United Nations Conference on Population and Development in Cairo, Egypt, she received her “wake up call” as she found there was more going on at the global level than most Americans knew, understood or were being told.

    In her determination to understand the global level and what it really means for Americans, Joan has covered over 103 UN and UN-related conferences since Cairo which include the economic, political, environmental, military, peace-keeping, legal, trade and financial. They include (8) Group of Seven (now Eight), (6) Group of Seven Finance Ministers Meetings, (4) Group of Eight Foreign Ministers meetings, the International Organization for Security Commissions (IOSCO), the Rio Plus Five (follow-up to the Earth Summit), (6) World Economic Forum meetings, (2) Free Trade Areas of the Americas meetings, (5) Bank for International Settlements meetings, (2) Gorbachev State of the World Forums, various conferences at the United Nations, the International Criminal Court, Al Gore’s First Global Conference on Re-inventing Government, (2) World Trade Organization meetings, and others.
    Joan has written two books, Prince Charles the Sustainable Prince which is in it fifth printing and discusses her belief that when the U.S. Senate signed the U.N. Charter in 1945 is when American officially entered world government and reverted back under British rule. This book documents the role of the British royal family as a formidable power working BEHIND the scenes of the UN and the role of Prince Charles with that of sustainable development and public-private partnerships.

    Her second book, the United Nations’ Global Straitjacket is over 400 pages and is a “handbook on world government.” In it she explains the political structure of the United Nations, she discusses the coming global stock exchange, the International Criminal Court and gives a call to “stand in the Gap.”

  3. "That is how I felt fourteen years ago when I read the 1994 United Nations Development Report.
    I was absolutely shocked to read the Special Contribution entitled “Global Governance for the 21st Century” by the 1969 Nobel Prize for Economics, Jan Tinbergen. He wrote,

    Mankind’s problems can no longer be solved by national governments. What is needed is a World Government. This can best be achieved by strengthening the United Nations system. In some cases, this would mean changing the role of UN agencies from advice-giving to implementation. But some of the most important new institutions would be financial—a World Treasury and a World Central Bank. Just as each nation has a system of income redistribution, so there should be a corresponding ‘World Financial Policy’ to be implemented by the World Bank and the World Central Bank. Some of these proposals are, no doubt, far-fetched and beyond the horizon of today’s political possibilities. But the idealist of today often turns out to be the realists of tomorrow.

    In that report, it also laid out the changes to be made to the international level of government in order to complete the necessary powers: They included:

    A World Central Bank which should have five functions: (1) stabilize global economic activity, (2) lender of last resort to financial institutions, (3) calm jittery financial markets, (4) regulate financial institutions and (5) create and regulate new international liquidity."

    Joan Veon´s videos about the UN and Wolrd Government are very informative.


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