For Francis the Mundane: It’s All About Dialogue and Climate Control

For Francis the Mundane: It’s All About Dialogue and Climate Control

Written by Michael Matt | Editor
The Remnant
Thursday, November 26, 2015

A Picture Says a Thousand Words

This just in from the AP: NAIROBI, Kenya — Pope Francis warned Thursday that it would be “catastrophic” for world leaders to let special interest groups get in the way of a global agreement to curb fossil fuel emissions as he brought his environmental message to the heart of Africa on the eve of make-or-break climate change talks in Paris.Francis issued the pointed warning in a speech to the U.N.’s regional office here after celebrating his first public Mass on the continent: A joyous, rain-soaked ceremony before 300,000 faithful that saw the Argentine pope being serenaded by ululating Swahili singers, swaying nuns, Maasai tribesmen and dancing children dressed in the colors of Kenya’s flag.

Francis has made ecological concerns a hallmark of his nearly 3-year-old papacy…blah, blah, blah.

REMNANT COMMENT: Really?! With ISIS conducting regular target practice on Europeans; tens of thousands of homeless refugees abandoning Syria; Christians being beheaded on the nightly news; Christianity disappearing completely from the Middle East; millions of babies aborted by their mothers every year; Chicago, Minneapolis, Baltimore, Ferguson working to enshrine anarchy in their streets; cultural Satanists feasting on the souls of our kids in pop culture; a massive crisis in the Catholic priesthood— it’s the climate that keeps him pacing the floors of the Domus Sanctae Marthae at night?

Honestly, what is wrong with this man? We must pray for him, for he seems to have lost any sense of real-time understanding of his responsibilities–not as life coach or social engineer or climatologist–BUT AS VICAR OF CHRIST and SUCCESSOR OF ST. PETER.

It’s almost as if the man is suffering from dementia. Perhaps he is. Pray for him.

In the meantime, God help us, our children and the whole world if Peter doesn’t wake up soon…or step down.

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9 comments on “For Francis the Mundane: It’s All About Dialogue and Climate Control

  1. Dementia? Maybe.

    Diabolical disorientation? Obviously.

  2. If it is dementia, he could be excused; I’ll vote for diabolical disorientation. In any case it would seem that prayer is the only solution.

  3. Bergoglio is a minion of Satan! If people still don’t believe that (like neo-catholics) after two years of him trashing Catholics, the New Testament, the Ten Commandments, the two-thousand year de-fide teachings of the Catholic Church, and basic natural law then they have dementia!

  4. Pope: Education, jobs will prevent radicalization

    Earlier Friday, the pope denounced the conditions that many are forced to live in during a visit to a slum in Nairobi.

    The pontiff said that access to safe water is a basic human right during the trip to the Kangemi area in the northwest of the city, where about 50,000 people live without basic sanitation.

    He said that everyone should have dignified, adequate housing, with a sewage system, garbage collection and electricity as well as schools, hospitals and sport facilities.

    … Denouncing the “injustice of urban exclusion” and the unfair distribution of land, he criticized “faceless private developers who grab even playgrounds where the children of the poor are supposed to recreate,” the Daily Nation said.

    Holy sanitation, Batman! Is that our fault, too? Oh, and should I have to pay for garbage collection, if it’s now a right? And my electric bill?

    Time to wipe out those “faceless private developers.” Rightio! Let’s not mention those UN/US-sponsored NGOs pushing abortifacients to keep the darkies down, nor the banksters and IMF who buy dictators while keeping the Vatican Bank in the black. No, no — the world order is best if high-minded Fabian Socialist eugenic moonbats make all the decisions for poor folks. When Our Lord said that the poor will always be with us, did He have in mind the international cabal dedicated specifically to keeping the “useless eaters” poor while guaranteeing themselves lucrative futures? How disgraceful, Papa.

  5. Quote: “it’s the climate that keeps him pacing the floors of the Domus Sanctae Marthae at night?”

    It’s pretty bad in terms of his mental disorientation. One could go with the senile dementia diagnosis except there are much younger modernist progressives who say the same kind of crazy stuff. So what can we learn from this sordid, dissembling, and disoriented pontificate? A crazy South American progressive modernist thinks that climate change is more important than persecution of and genocide against Christians. That’s a mental and intellectual error. A defect of reason (which should be disqualifying not only for the papacy but to be entrusted with any priestly faculties). He has more harsh words of ridicule for the Catholics he considers “neo-Pelagian triumphalists” stuck on “small-minded rules” than he does for the hard-core Malthusian Illuminati population control freaks and abortion promoters at the U.N. That indicates a SEVERE spiritual defect in discernment and moral reasoning. Is he a heretic?
    Is he a willing stooge and useful idiot for the Illuminati and their demonic population control agenda? Is he a crazy progressive nutjob suffering from dementia? You decide. It’s a TERRIBLE disgrace for the Church. Anti-Catholic liberals and secularists LOVE Pope Francis.

    • FrankenPope isn’t the only one who thinks that reducing carbon emissions will reduce terrorism:

      Obama: Unity on climate change will be “powerful rebuke” to terrorists



      Greasy Islamophobe that I am, I thought the only powerful rebuke to jihad terrorists would be killing them in large numbers. Good thing Obama is here to enlighten me and show that a bunch of politicians jawing over politically correct myths about the weather will actually stop the jihadis in their tracks. Doubtless this climate change conference will have the Islamic State jihadis turning in their weapons and signing up for jobs programs forthwith; Obama better be ready to send several divisions of career counselors to Iraq and Syria.

  6. Are solar cycles the real factor that climatologists (and the ecologically-obsessed Pope) should be studying?

    GLOBAL COOLING: Decade long ice age predicted as sun ‘hibernates’
    SCIENTISTS claim we are in for a decade-long freeze as the sun slows down solar activity by up to 60 per cent.

    By Jon Austin

    November 29, 2015

    A team of European researchers have unveiled a scientific model showing that the Earth is likely to experience a “mini ice age” from 2030 to 2040 as a result of decreased solar activity.
    Their findings will infuriate environmental campaigners who argue by 2030 we could be facing increased sea levels and flooding due to glacial melt at the poles.

    However, at the National Astronomy Meeting in Wales, Northumbria University professor Valentina Zharkova said fluctuations an 11-year cycle of solar activity the sun goes through would be responsible for a freeze, the like of which has not been experienced since the 1600s.

    From 1645 to 1715 global temperatures dropped due to low solar activity so much that the planet experienced a 70-year ice age known as Maunder Minimum which saw the River Thames in London completely frozen.

  7. The Church has always taught that the temporal duration of earthly, human history eventually comes to an end, climax, or fulfillment. There is an entire book in The New Testament on the topic. Let’s assume then, just for the sake of argument, that the global warming and climate change hypothesis of hysterical secular liberals, Malthusians, and progressives is pretty much what they claim it is. From the point of the Church, Catholic theology, and salvation, what then should be the priority between now and when all of the disastrous earth changes and coastal flooding occurs? Is it not to make sure the Catholic faith is taught to as many people as possible, that the true Mass and the sacraments are made available to as many people as possible for their salvation? Isn’t that what Pope Francis should be preaching in relation to climate change (i.e., the true orthodox Catholic faith)?

  8. Good point Howl.
    Unfortunately, in my humble opinion, I believe the current occupant of the Chair of Peter has more faith, more enthusiasm, and is more of a believer in promoting “climate change”, at least the lefts interpretation of it, than promoting and being a believer in preaching the traditional Catholic faith.

    Unfortunately, by his words and actions these last two and a half years, the man sitting on the Throne of Peter fully embraces the former, (climate change) and totally rejects the latter (the orthodox Catholic faith).

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