Saturday, June 20, 2015

Antipope Francis' Environmental 'Encyclical.' Saturday 20th June, 2015. Our Lady's Saturday. St. Silverius, PM

Antipope Francis' Environmental 'Encyclical.'


Bro. Michael Dimond


First, it’s interesting to note that one of the main individuals chosen by Antipope Francis to present his new “encyclical” on the environment was an atheist named Hans Schellnhuber. Schellnhuber has said that the world is overpopulated by at least 6 billion people.  He’s a promoter of world government and an earth constitution that would hold power over every government and nation.


Now I will very quickly review Antipope Francis’ new “encyclical”.  The document is made up of 246 paragraphs and a “prayer”.


18: “Although change is part of the working of complex systems, the speed with which human activity has developed contrasts with the naturally slow pace of biological evolution.”

In paragraph number 18, Francis promotes the myth of evolution.  He refers to “biological evolution” as if it’s true.  You can see my new video, Amazing Evidence for God.  It covers the scientific evidence that refutes evolution.


63: “Respect must also be shown for the various cultural riches of different peoples, their art and poetry, their interior life and spirituality.  If we are truly concerned to develop an ecology capable of remedying the damage we have done, no branch of the sciences and no form of wisdom can be left out, and that includes religion and the language particular to it.”

In number 63, Antipope Francis speaks of the so-called “riches” and “wisdom” in non-Catholic “spirituality” and “religion”.


134: “Although no conclusive proof exists that GM cereals may be harmful to human beings, and in some regions their use has brought about economic growth which has helped to resolve problems…”

In number 134, he promotes dangerous genetically modified foods and praises their so-called economic benefits.


170: “Furthermore, since the effects of climate change will be felt for a long time to come, even if stringent measures are taken now, some countries with scarce resources will require assistance in adapting to the effects already being produced, which affect their economies. In this context, there is a need for common and differentiated responsibilities. As the bishops of Bolivia have stated, ‘the countries which have benefited from a high degree of industrialization, at the cost of enormous emissions of greenhouse gases, have a greater responsibility for providing a solution to the problems they have caused'”.

In number 170, Francis promotes the myth of climate change.  He says countries have a common responsibility to take action against “climate change”.


173: “Enforceable international agreements are urgently needed, since local authorities are not always capable of effective intervention… Global regulatory norms are needed to impose obligations and prevent unacceptable actions…”

In number 173, Francis says enforceable international agreements to protect the earth are urgently needed.  He also says that global regulatory norms are needed to impose obligations and prevent unacceptable actions.  Radical environmentalism has been used by socialists over the last fifty years to wipe out smaller companies.  Francis’ public support for this radical agenda will almost guarantee that people throughout the world will suffer and lose more money and freedoms as a consequence of unreasonable and unnecessary regulations.


179: “… pressure on governments to develop more rigorous regulations, procedures and controls.”

In number 179, he calls for putting pressure on governments to develop more rigorous regulations and controls to protect the environment.


211: “… avoiding the use of plastic and paper, reducing water consumption… using public transport or car-pooling…”

In number 211, Francis says that people should avoid the use of plastic and paper and reduce water consumption.  Notice that he doesn’t say people should reduce their use of plastic and paper.  He speaks of avoiding it.  He calls for people to use public transportation or car-pooling.  This is outrageous.  He is promoting a globalist socialist agenda.


217: “So what they all need is an ‘ecological conversion’…”

218: “… a healthy relationship with creation is one dimension of overall personal conversion, which entails the recognition of our errors, sins, faults and failures, and leads to heartfelt repentance and desire to change.  The Australian bishops spoke of the importance of such conversion for achieving reconciliation with creation…”

In numbers 217 and 218, Antipope Francis speaks of a personal conversion with creation.  The only kind of conversion is a true spiritual conversion to the Catholic faith.  Francis refers to creation as if it’s divine.  No Catholic would ever speak of an “ecological conversion”.  He’s a heretic, promoting Pantheistic nonsense.  Francis is promoting earth worship and has actually done this many times so far during his reign as antipope.  Here’s just one example:

Francis’ November 20, 2014 address at the offices of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN: “… the Earth never forgives. We must care for our sister the Earth, our Mother Earth, so that she does not respond with destruction.”

Francis says that the Earth never forgives and that we must be careful because the Earth might respond with destruction.


Francis appears to be saying that the earth will judge us, in addition to God.  In fact, he seems to indicate that we will have to answer to “creation”.  This is earth worship.  He’s an apostate.




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 Monday 22 June, 2015 


Scientist who rejected ‘Climate Change’ story banned from Vatican summit

June 21, 2015

… Philippe de Larminat was determined to change his mind.

A French doubter who authored a book arguing that solar activity — not greenhouse gases — was driving global warming, de Larminat sought a spot at a climate summit in April sponsored by the Vatican’s Pontifical Academy of Sciences. Nobel laureates would be there. So would U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, U.S. economist Jeffrey Sachs and others calling for dramatic steps to curb carbon emissions.

After securing a high-level meeting at the Vatican, he was told that, space permitting, he could join. He bought a plane ticket from Paris to Rome. But five days before the April 28 summit, de Larminat said, he received an e-mail saying there was no space left. It came after other scientists — as well as the powerful Vatican bureaucrat in charge of the academy — insisted he had no business being there.

“They did not want to hear an off note,” de Larminat said.

The incident highlights how climate-change doubters tried and failed to alter the landmark papal document unveiled last week…


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