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Co-Presenter of climate change encyclical believes 6 billion humans need to die June 17, 2015

Posted by Tantumblogo in abdication of duty, Abortion, contraception, disaster, episcopate, error, foolishness, General Catholic, Papa, persecution, sadness, scandals, secularism, shocking, Society, the return, the struggle for the Church.
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He said so during a presentation to the last major global climate conference in 2009 in Copenhagen.  Another conference is to be held in Paris later this year.  Note that the literally thousands of those who make their quite comfortable livings off the global warming hoax all FLY to these conferences, most often first class, and they stay in the very finest hotels and eat rich foods.  In other words, like Al Gore, they most certainly do not practice what they preach.  And in calling for the establishment of a new transnational one world government to dictate economic policy in order to “combat global warming,” they see themselves as the indispensable new aristocracy, enjoying all the riches the world has to offer while we starve and shiver in the cold.

Yeah, that’s going to work:

One of the speakers slated for the Vatican rollout of the long-awaited Papal document on climate change once said the earth is overpopulated by at least 6 billion people.

The teaching document, called an encyclical, is scheduled for release on June 18 at Vatican City. Perhaps with the exception of the 1968 encyclical on contraception, no Vatican document has been greeted with such anticipation. [I have to say, this is probably right. I plan on reviewing some of the coverage later, even though the thing isn’t officially released, yet.]

The choice of Professor John Schnellnhuber, founding director of the Postdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, as one of three presenters may be giving the left added hope and giving giving skeptics severe heartburn. He has been described as one of the more aggressive scientists on the question of man-made global warming.

In a talk given to what’s described as the “failed” 2009 Copenhagen climate conference,reported in the New York Times, Schnellnhuber, who has advised German President Angela Merkel and is a visiting professor at Oxford, said of global warming: “In a very cynical way, it’s a triumph for science because at last we have stabilized something –- namely the estimates for the carrying capacity of the planet, namely below 1 billion people.” [Oh BS.  Anyone who advocates such is a seething misanthrope.  And yet he now is being touted by the VATICAN as someone souls should trust implicitly for guidance on matters related to what passes for climate science anymore]

Schnellnhuber is also author of what’s called the “two-degree target” that says governments must not allow the temperature to rise more than 2 degrees higher than at the start of the industrial revolution. Any higher, the theory holds, and much life on earth would either perish or be gravely harmed. [Another baseless assertion.]

[As with so much of “science” today, it is the politics that drive the scientific conclusion…..]To deal with climate issues, he has also called for an “Earth Constitution that would transcend the UN Charter” along with the creation of a “Global Council…elected by all the people on Earth”

The Pontifical Academy of Sciences, to which Pope Francis just promoted this Schnellnhuber character, is also on record as calling for “population control.”  Sounds like this guy will fit right in.

I’m seeing gobs of coverage on the encyclical, but I don’t plan on joining that fray just yet.  I imagine what is out there is at least extremely close to what will be revealed tomorrow, but I am really coming to the point where I think what the encyclical “really says” is less important than its significance as an event a la Vatican II.  Thus, it’s quite possible its purpose has been achieved already, which is to signal to the world again that the Church has taken yet another decisive step in its direction.  In which case, we shall all be the poorer for it.

Justifying myself a bit: look at the optics. There are few issues, short of straight up endorsement of pseudo-sodo-marriage, which I think is still impossible even for this Pope, that could get the left huffing and puffing more than an embrace of the progressive approach to “climate change.” We saw that in the silly video yesterday.  They’re already spiking the ball in the endzone, and maybe that was the point -to signal yet again that this Pope is one of them, one of the “good guys,” and to stir up just a bit more excitement about the Church finally and fully embracing the worldly zeitgeist.

Just my opinion. It’s worth what it cost you.

Comments

1. Tim - June 17, 2015

6 billion need to die……well I suggest all the proponents of this idea lead the charge!

Baseballmom - June 17, 2015

Amen!

2. Jim the Tim - June 17, 2015

It doesn’t take anyone with a brain to see what these people are up to and as you say it’s a one World Religion based entirely on Masonic principles with obviously Top Masons ruling the peasants .Also it doesn’t take a nuclear scientist to know these heathens are very much entrenched within The Vatican . Our Popes were not elected to save the planet ,our Popes are elected surely first and foremost and only, should be concerned on saving souls . They have the cart before the horse worship Mammon first and leaving God on the sidelines. While am on its truly amazing how our so called top brains work.Stephen Hawkings that so called great mind is stuck permanently disabled trying to work out what happened in black holes millions of light years out in space . If I had what he is supposed to have one of the greatest brains in humanity I would be trying to find a cure to get me out of that wheelchair . Then again am just a peasant.

3. St. Anibale - June 17, 2015

Presumably this does not include him and his family, if he has one.

4. TG - June 17, 2015

I just read the CRS Woo or whatever her name is going to present this stupid encyclical. I sent CRS a nasty gram when they kept sending me emails asking for money. I told them I don’t trust them or their 6 figure leader and remove my name from their lists.

5. catholicguy - June 17, 2015

I call for immediately passing legislation to ban the sun from changing from cycle to cycle and elevating the Church of Euthanasia to world religion status.

/end sarcasm

6. MFG - June 17, 2015

This week’s activities marks the cultural zeneith of the the Spirit of Vatican II. By embracing every worldly pursuit, immigration, climate change, etc. the Church is now poised to achieve it’s supposed goal of VCII, the mass conversion of non Catholics.

Sadly when the dust settles the Church will see how few responded to the call and how many more left the church due to it’s faulty evangelization and bizarre embraces.

7. camper - June 17, 2015

When the Church embraces foolish and immoral causes, the wise will flee the Church.

8. camper - June 17, 2015

By the way, Tantum, your Americanism is showing when you call these folks the new aristocracy. Call them an oligarchy if you like, because, by definition, an oligarchy is an aristocracy gone bad. It’s how specialists use the term.

Tantumblogo - June 17, 2015

My Americanism. What I was trying to convey is how these people see themselves. They won’t be the ones making extreme changes in their lifestyle in order to create this socialist utopia. If anything, they expect to find themselves on top, and even more, making the decisions about the trinkets they will hand down to us little people while they live fashionably and have all the comforts we take for granted, and then some. THEY see themselves as the deserving aristocracy in waiting, but have none of the prerequisites for such a role. It’s not so much what we call them, as what they believe themselves to be – a class above, anointed by Gaia to have special powers and thus given special privileges.

camper - June 17, 2015

Okay, well, maybe I’m being much too hard. Sorry. I’m a perfectionist.

Tantumblogo - June 17, 2015

You’re just keeping me honest. No need to apologize.

9. Magdalene - June 17, 2015

Choosing people who do not follow the Church’s age old teachings and giving them high platforms is quite disturbing. WHAT exactly is the agenda here? Does not seem to be salvation, that is for sure.

Baseballmom - June 17, 2015

I guess the agenda is to be loved by the World.

10. RVBlake - June 18, 2015

To expand on your statement that “it’s the politics that drive the scientific conclusion”, and it’s the culture that drives the politics. Considering the state of our culture, that’s a revolting conclusion. This was reflected at the annual meeting of the American Psychiatric Assn in the early 70s when doctors panicked at the antics of sodo-activists and quickly voted to cease defining homosexuality as mental illness.

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