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Archive for May 10th, 2015

Pope: Climate change the “moral issue of our time;” get ready for climate refugees

Posted by Ann Corcoran on May 10, 2015

We have been so busy reporting on the advance of the Muslim migration (the Hijra), the stealth jihad on the West, that we haven’t been paying enough attention to the ‘climate refugee’ pushers working to promote the idea that global warming means that you must pony-up more cash and welcome more impoverished refugees to your towns.

Let the cheering begin….

I bet the Leftwing US Conference of Catholic Bishops and thousands of Catholic Charities around the country will cheer this news—it means more government money in their pockets as more third worlders will be re-located to your towns and cities all because of some very questionable science.

Here is the latest news,  The Pope is going to address the perils of ‘climate change.’  From Gazettenet.com:

HAYDENVILLE — Get ready to cheer.

Sometime this summer the Vatican will publish Pope Francis’ papal encyclical on the environment. This document, observers believe, will describe the current and future threats to our planet posed by climate change and show how vulnerable populations — especially the poor — will suffer from these perils. The document is also expected to call for vigorous, worldwide action to halt global warming.

An encyclical is the highest teaching issued by a pope. Pope Francis has been meeting with prominent scientists for over a year to obtain their input, guidance and advice about how he should address the issue of climate change. When the “eco-encyclical” (as it is being called) is published, it will be the first time a Catholic leader has dedicated an entire encyclical to environmental issues.

Those close to the Pope predict that he will say that climate change is not some distant danger, something to be avoided. Rather, he will say that a huge number of people globally are already experiencing severe hardship — notably a lack of food, water and farmable land — due to climate change. The Pope may reference the countless number of climate refugees who have already begun to flee from regions where water is rising or absent — areas where droughts, floods and once-a-century storms now occur with regularity.

Most observers believe, moreover, that in keeping with his emphasis on the plight of the poor, Pope Francis will describe the ways in which climate change will inflict particular pain on the world’s disadvantaged populations.

Get ready to cheer when Pope Francis calls climate change “the moral issue of our time.” According to Jeff Nesbit, who blogs on the site Faith Matters, “Climate change is rapidly becoming the moral issue of our time, and this Pope both recognizes it and wishes to help direct the church in that effort.”   [So, the march of militant Islam slaughtering Christians across the globe isn’t the moral issue of our time?—ed]

One more reason why conservative Catholics will leave the church in droves, asking as they go: Can’t we just worship without being subjected to a political harangue?

For all of our coverage of ‘climate refugees’ go here.

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