Friday, May 22, 2015

Cardinal Wuerl Swills Down Climate-Change Kool-Aid

The Catholic News Agency reports that a forum on economic growth and "environmental sustainability" took place in Rome two days ago, and Cardinal Wuerl was in attendance.  Isn't it interesting how this forum occurred just weeks after the Sachs/Moon debacle?  But I digress.

This gab-fest was sponsored by the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace.  If that name has a familiar ring to it, it's because that's the council to which Pope Francis named the flaming dissident Fr. Timothy Radcliffe as consulter.

While there seemed to be no overt mention of "population control" at this meeting as there was three weeks ago, the Cardinal did refer to "sustainable development" as a "sign of the times".  We do know that the concept of  "sustainable development" does segue into population control and governmental growth.

While the Cardinal did acknowledge the role of "business interests", we see other sorts of "business" coming onto the scene.  Also at that meeting were representatives of World Resources Institute and New Climate Economy.  Take a look at the page listing all of WRI's "experts and staff".  It goes on and on and on!  What kind of operating budget does this outfit have?  Can we see that whole industries are growing out of the "climate change" schtick?  It doesn't seem to be limited to Al Gore's "carbon offset" swindles.

I took a look at the list of donors for WRI, having a suspicion regarding the identity of one of them.  Sure enough!  There it is!  The Open Society Foundations - in other words, George Soros.  I knew his paw prints had to be all over this.  Joining him we also see the Rockefeller Brothers Fund - all enemies of Jesus Christ and His Church and shills for one-world government.

In light of all this dangerous tomfoolery in which our bishops and even the pope seem to be engaging, I'd suggest careful study of this post from One Peter Five.  Above all, pray and receive the Sacrament frequently.

1 comment:

  1. I am very confused abiut this current Pope. At first I thought maybe the fact that he does not speak English was the problem. But then he blurts out these gaffs. I used to volunteer at a local religious property and was always hearing about climate change and Thomas Berry then"geologian". Now I realize that climate change has become part of modern theology. Want no parts of it.


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