Breitbart.com details the interview that C-Fam's Stefano Gennarini conducted with Bishop Marcelo Sanchez Sordono. In addition to being the head of the Pontifical Academy for Sciences and the Pontifical Academy for Social Sciences, he's from Argentina. We've heard lots from those two academies before, right? He sponsored the meeting three weeks ago that called for the implementation of population control. I did not know this until I just read the Breitbart piece but it seems that former Senator Tim Wirth also attended that meeting, at Sanchez's invitation. Wirth has been a proponent of "climate change", population control and abortion rights.
As Gennarini questioned Sanchez about the anti-life positions of Sanchez's invitees, the latter dodge the questions, choosing instead to take pot-shots at the Tea Party (Hey! At least they're hearing of us in the Vatican!) and those who "live off oil", whatever the hell that means. He made that crack when queried about his collaboration with proponents of baby-murder. He said he took direction from his superiors who authorized him to do so. His superiors! And pray, to which specific superior(s) does he refer?? Hmmm????
When asked about the problems of population control within the meeting, Sanchez replied,"..the draft SDGs [new development goals replacing the MDGs] don’t even mention abortion or population control. They speak of access to family planning and sexual and reproductive rights." So he claims everything is just hunky-dorry because it's only "reproductive rights"! Talk about grasping at straws! What he did with that ludicrous statement is create a distinction without a difference. Well, maybe he outright lied, for the report that came out of that meeting specifically called for "reaching a level and sustainable population". That direct quote can be found at the link to my earlier piece.
So now we have this Sanchez, we have Fernandez and Timothy Radcliffe has just been named to a Vatican post. No one can pretend that Pope Francis is ignorant of the dissidence of these men, especially when two of them are his fellow Argentines.