Pope Francis calls for a new global authority to combat “climate change”

Ever since Argentinian archbishop Jorge Bergoglio was elected by the Papal Enclave to be head of the Catholic Church 2 years 3 months ago, conservatives have been troubled by many of Pope Francis’ utterings.

About homosexuals, while reaffirming the Church’s position that homosexual practice is intrinsically immoral, Francis also said “Who am I to judge?,” as if Jesus means us not to discern between right and wrong, moral and immoral, good and evil.

About a woman who was pregnant again after having seven children, all delivered by Caesarean section, Francis derided the idea that “in order to be good Catholics we have to be [breed] like rabbits” and produce litters of kids.

Persecuted by Muslims and with the apocalyptic and blood-thirsty Islamic State on the rampage, Christianity is going extinct in the Middle East, its birth place. But there is barely a word of protest from the head of the world’s more than 1.2 billion Catholic Christians.

As an Argentinian Jesuit priest, Jorge Bergoglio was steeped in the Marxist ideology of Liberation Theology, which recently was confirmed by Ion Mihai Pacepa, a former 3-star general of Romania’s secret police, to have been concocted by the former Soviet Union’s KGB as a means of wresting control of South America from the orbit of the Catholic Church and the influence of the United States.

Conspiracy theories are real: Liberation Theology really is a communist plot.

A year ago on May 9, in his speech to the United Nations, Pope Francis made clear his communist commitment when he explicitly endorsed a redistribution of wealth by the state. He said:

“…equitable economic and social progress can only be attained by joining scientific and technical abilities with an unfailing commitment to solidarity accompanied by a generous and disinterested spirit of gratuitousness at every level. A contribution to this equitable development will also be made both by international activity aimed at the integral human development of all the world’s peoples and by the legitimate redistribution of economic benefits by the State, as well as indispensable cooperation between the private sector and civil society.”

Now, in his encyclical on “climate change,” Francis once again iterates his Marxist commitment by calling for a new supra-national “global authority” to combat “climate change,” which he — untrained and unknowledged in science — proclaims to be primarily a man-made disaster.


Stephanie Kirchgaessner and John Hooper report for The Guardian, June 16, 2015, that in a papal encyclical leaked by an Italian magazine, Pope Francis calls for changes in lifestyles and energy consumption to avert the “unprecedented destruction of the ecosystem” before the end of this century. Failure to act would have “grave consequences for all of us”.

Francis calls for a new global political authority tasked with “tackling … the reduction of pollution and the development of poor countries and regions”.

According to the lengthy draft, which was obtained and published by L’Espresso magazine, the Argentinean pope firmly aligns himself with the environmental movement and its objectives. While accepting that there may be some natural causes of global warming, the pope calls climate change mostly a man-made problem:

“Humanity is called to take note of the need for changes in lifestyle and changes in methods of production and consumption to combat this warming, or at least the human causes that produce and accentuate it. Numerous scientific studies indicate that the greater part of the global warming in recent decades is due to the great concentration of greenhouse gases … given off above all because of human activity.”

In an apparent reference to climate-change deniers, the encyclical states: “The attitudes that stand in the way of a solution, even among believers, range from negation of the problem, to indifference, to convenient resignation or blind faith in technical solutions.”

The encyclical is not a detailed scientific analysis of global warming. Instead, it is the pope’s notions about human beings must do about climate change:

The Earth “is protesting for the wrong that we are doing to her, because of the irresponsible use and abuse of the goods that God has placed on her. We have grown up thinking that we were her owners and dominators, authorised to loot her. The violence that exists in the human heart, wounded by sin, is also manifest in the symptoms of illness that we see in the Earth, the water, the air and in living things.”

For the record, I am Catholic and strive to be a good steward of God’s creation. I’ve been a recycler — of paper, metals, and plastics — since I was an undergraduate, long before curbside pickup recycling.

This pope does not speak for me.

Do Pope Francis and his advisers (assuming he actually has the intellectual humility to consult advisers) not know that the scientific evidence for man-made global warming/climate change is not at all clear and incontrovertible?:

Leaving aside the conflicting scientific testimonies, I have just one question to ask the pope:

If man-made global warming/climate change really is true, why would its proponents have to lie about it?

God loves us so much He allows us the freedom to believe or not believe in Him; to obey or not obey; to love or not love Him. For what good is a belief or obedience or love that is coerced?

A new supra-national “global authority” to “tackle” climate change (“reduction of pollution”) and redistribute wealth (“the development of poor countries and regions”) is a recipe for political totalitarianism. It is anti-freedom and is the opposite of free will, God’s greatest gift to humanity.

As such, it is nothing less than anti God.


25 responses to “Pope Francis calls for a new global authority to combat “climate change”

  1. DC Clothesline also identified this new global climate criminal today:


    “Pope Francis says that global warming is a fact and that A NEW GLOBAL POLITICAL AUTHORITY is necessary in order to save humanity from utter disaster.”


    • For the past 500 years, mankind has lived in FEAR OF REALITY. Selfishness – driven by fear – is the root of many of our social problems.

      E.g., the current AGW scare is a continuation of the irrational response almost 500 years ago to the report by Copernicus in 1543 that the Earth and the other planets all orbit a giant fountain of energy at the gravitational center of the solar system.

      Precise measurements and observations on the Sun and other parts of the solar system have revealed that this fountain of energy is the creator, destroyer and sustainer of every atom, life and planet in the solar system [1].

      The fountain of energy at the core of the Sun is neutron repulsion, the source of energy in the cores of

      1. Atoms heavier than 150 amu, like Uranium

      2. Some planets like Jupiter

      3. Ordinary stars like the Sun

      4. Galaxies like the Milky Way

      5. The expanding Universe

      We cannot control, but need not fear or ignore, the pulsar at the core of the Sun that created and sustains every atom, life and world in the solar system today.


      1a. “Solar Energy,” Adv. Astron. (submitted 1 Sept 2104; published privately 17 Mar 2015)


      1b. “Supplement for Teachers” (published 30 Mar 2015) https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10640850/Supplement.pdf

      1c. “Intro: Science for Teachers” (published 23 May 2015)



  2. Just another ‘useful idiot’ in the hands of the New World Order crowd. Oh, I forgot, the New World Order crowd promised the Catholic church they would be the One World Church! It will be interesting to see how they bring the “….he will be a wild man ….” Genesis 16: 12 under control.


  3. Nonsense.


  4. The Pope should stick to theology and protecting Christians from persecution. Too many former Nazis in Argentina affected his thinking.

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  5. This is proof that the Church has been infiltrated. All right, Bergoglio is a stooge. Who is he stooging for? It would seem to me the Rothschilds, for one. At any rate, without having read the encyclical, I can tell right now that it is more political than it is doctrinal.
    At any rate, Revelation tells us that these things must happen. And Our Lady of Quito has told us that there WILL be an end to this insanity. We most likely won’t live to see it, but if we’re in Heaven or Purgatory to see it, we will see the entire thing as if in a single moment.
    I repeat what I’ve said before: Pius XII was the only good Pope in my lifetime. And not only that: The whole world stage has already been gamed out—The world will, in all likelihood, never see any more truly great and good leaders.

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  6. I feel he has turned his back on the religion he is supposed to support in favor of an evil agenda. To me he just didn’t feel like a Pope should, if that makes any sense. Maybe it is all the politics he brings into everything.
    I will stick with John Paul.

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  7. I too am a baptized Catholic but that does not mean that I have to suspend my intellectual capacities when it comes to knowledge and making discernments about the political structure of the of the Church itself. I have viewed this Pope with great distrust for the reasons you have noted above and now with this announcement, it confirms to me everything I thought about him- that he is an evil NWO order shill, and more than likely a Mason or Crytpo Jew..
    As far as the comment on former Nazis affecting his thinking I have seen no proof of that whatsoever. However, there are dozens of instances where he is shown to be highly influenced by his Talmudic friends both in Argentina and now, going so far as to hide his pectoral cross so as not to defend the sensitive darlings. Even telling is his proclaimed favorite painting “White Crucifixion” which is about the suffering of the Jews and has nothing to do with the Christian redemption. While I knew that Marc Chagall, the artist who painted White Crucifixion was a Russian Jew, I just read a few nights ago that he was a major propaganda artist for the Jewish Bolshevik regime, whose crimes tend to make Hitler look like a choir boy in comparison.

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    • You hit the nail on the head, Lana. Henry Makow has documented the New World Order’s ontological and historical roots, and the entire Anti-Christ system we’re living under is, according to him, essentially Talmudic and Kabbalistic in character.
      That does NOT make us anti-semites; There are plenty of good Jewish people. But they ought to wake up and learn about how they are being gamed. I’m afraid that’s unlikely to happen: After all, too many Catholics are affected by the Stockholm Syndrome themselves, and their knee-jerk reaction is to attack the messenger.
      I really fear this Pope is the False Prophet of Revelation. And I believe we will LOSE THE MASS under his “Pontificate” regardless of what he essentially is.

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  8. Forgot above to add the link to White Crucifixion here: http://www.traditioninaction.org/HotTopics/c033_WhiteCrux.htm


  9. Yikes, another of my endless typos above ! – “Defend” should read “offend”. Yes Steve, it is sad this Stockholm Syndrome you mentioned- it’s so true.
    I hate that we have to keep repeating that we are not anti-semites, it shows how much the fraudsters have used the tragic loss of innocent Jews as a weapon to put the world on the defensive.

    Speaking of Makow, I do think the ideas expressed in this quote are very apt and true, I am just really sad that so many refuse to open their eyes or are not able to.
    “By way of analogy, the mafia is considered to be mostly Italian but most Italians do not belong to the mafia. Italians don’t viciously attack opponents of organized crime and call them “racists” and “hate mongers”. That would look awfully suspicious. Jews compromise themselves by defending the Masonic bankers and their perverse vision for mankind.”


  10. Sounds like One World Government.

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  11. When Canada, China, North Korea, Russia,Mexico, European Union, South America, Central Ameria and whatnot….sign on to “fixing” our “Global Warming,” I’ll sign on, too. Meanwhile—-so sorry Pope Francis—–NOT!

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  12. BTW, any of you also see that the Pope was brought in as a main speaker a scientist who advocates for population reduction ? Wonder if the Pope is going to take that one under advisement too.

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  13. As to the pope’s comment about the earth “We have grown up thinking that we were her owners and dominators….”
    And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth. Genesis 1:28 KJV
    Notice the words “subdue” and “dominion!” Egad, you’d think he never read Genesis.
    “…..international activity aimed at the integral human development of all the world’s peoples…” + “A new supra-national “global authority”” = NWO
    Would someone please tell him that chapter 13 of Revelation is not an instruction manual?!


  14. This is your brain, this is your brain on progressive poppycock, any questions?

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    • LOL – All that egg needs are a couple of sausage patties, a couple of slices of Amurrican cheese, and a fresh-out-of-the-oven big, fat buttermilk biscuit. 🙂



  15. Our Pope is a chastisement from God.

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  16. They can’t even tell me if it’s going to rain tomorrow, and they want me to believe that they can tell me about future climate change!
    God just sits up there and laughs.

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  17. traildustfotm

    I don’t agree with the theory that Rome will be the seat of the antichrist. However, our current Pope certainly makes me wonder if I was wrong.

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  18. I’m not Catholic, but I think Pope Francis really needs to get out more.



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  20. When Pope Georgio, as I call him, first came on the scene, I thought he was a good replacement for the previous pope , a German conservative. Now I think the opposite!
    I am Catholic. I see the lack of good priests for our churches. We must import them from other countries. There are really good men out there who would love to become priests except that they cannot marry and have families. Jesus never required that; it was done during the middle ages because of inheritance. So starting in the 60’s we got a bunch of homo sexuals who found a good place to hide. When I was young, I was an alter boy. We looked up to the priests and never once did I see any misbehavior. I am sure they forgave their younger priests in the confessional when they were told to sin no more. I believe the older priests were blind.


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