Yes, it’s interesting to read that a Vatican security guard “guard came over to mutter in Morano’s ear ‘You have to control yourself or you will be escorted out of here’.”
Yes, it’s also interesting to read that three sceptics at the confab “were watched very carefully throughout the proceedings lest they attempt to ruffle the feathers of key speakers Ban Ki-Moon, left-wing economist Jeffrey Sachs and Cardinal Turkson, the Ghanaian priest who has been co-ordinating the Vatican’s position on ‘climate change’.”
That’s all very interesting but it’s more the stuff of titillating Vaticanista gossip than solid reportage.
But, with Pope Francis set to unveil his encyclical concerning the environment, what’s more interesting is found in what Breitbart reports UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon having declared at the Vatican confab: “Religion and science are united on the need for action on climate.”
What could Mr. Moon mean by that? He continued:
I don’t think faith leaders should be scientists. I’m not a scientist. What
I want is their moral authority. Business leaders and all civil society is
on board [with the mission to combat climate change]. Now we want
we want faith leaders. Then we can make it happen.
Don’t misunderestimate what’s going on here.
Those who worship at the altar of environmentalism have co-opted the UN to proclaim their dogma to the ends of the earth. Using “scorched-Earth” tactics to malign those who oppose their dogma—what they call “skeptics”—those who worship at the altar of environmentalism knew they would need something more than scientists to validate their theory to the masses (after all, they cooked the books in a failed attempt to “prove” their theory to the scientific community). What those who worship at the altar of environmentalism knew they would need is the “moral authority” of someone big, someone important, someone to whom the entire world would listen and take what he has to say about cliimate change as “gospel truth.”
They knew not to turn to a St. John Paul II or a Benedict XVI. No, they think they’ve found their man in Pope Francis. After all, people across the globe treat him like a rock star.
The Motley Monk doesn’t believe Pope Francis will fall for this scheme, as a Catholic theology of the environment could muster the moral authority that’s needed to expose the heresy of the religion of environmentalism.
Isn’t it ironic that the Secretary General of the United Nations wants Pope Francis to affirm the UN’s agenda concerning “climate change,” but has not one whit of interest in the Church’s moral authority when it comes to Her teachings about life, gender, marriage, and family?
Don’t be fooled!
Let the discussion begin…
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