Global Warming Insanity For Jan 5, 2015


It looks as if the global warming Nazis are recruiting a new “tool” in their quest to remain relevant in the New Year.

With the Catholic Church’s dismal “scientific” record, one MUST conclude the Holy Father has gone full on leftist. Article from Anthony Watts, and H. Sterling Burnett from

The Pope’s Mistaken Moral Calculus On Global Warming

Guest essay by H. Sterling Burnett


Pope Francis. Throwing in with the likes of Obama, the U-frigging-N, and the Fraudacle himself. Talk about an unholy alliance. Sheesh.

Your Holiness, before you lose even MORE credibility, you MAY want to consult THESE guys.

Pope Francis evidently has decided to make fighting global warming an important papal cause in 2015. He praised the United Nations’ climate treaty efforts in Lima, Peru; the Vatican has indicated he will issue an encyclical letter to the world’s bishops; he is encouraging the world’s 1.2 billion Catholics to take up the battle against climate change; and he’s planning to address the next UN climate conference in Paris to pressure world leaders to adopt a strong climate agreement.

The Vatican Pontifical Academy of Sciences may be behind the pope’s rising interest in global warming as a moral and political cause. Its chancellor, Bishop Marcelo Sorondo, said, “Our academics supported the pope’s initiative to influence next year’s crucial decisions. The idea is to convene a meeting with leaders of the main religions to make all people aware of the state of our climate and the tragedy of social exclusion.”

Many Catholics undoubtedly support the pope’s efforts and, unlike many of his critics, I would argue the views of the pope, a significant moral leader, should be considered as climate policies are shaped. As the leader of the largest Christian denomination in the world, he is charged not just with saving souls but also with alleviating the suffering of the world’s least fortunate, and with leading the Catholic Church in efforts to make the world a better place.

Having said this, I also know moral imperatives and public policies should be grounded in the best-available science, in the reality of the human condition, and in the state of both the planet and the people. Concerning global warming, the pope evidently has been badly misinformed and led astray.

None of the disasters asserted by climate alarmists to result from global warming has come to pass. Hurricane numbers are down, deaths from natural disasters have declined, sea ice is on the rise, and crop production is increasing. Climate models have yet to be validated, missing the lull in temperature rise for the past 18 years and the declining rates of sea-level rise for the past decade. Instead, the gap between temperatures projected by climate models and temperature observed in reality grows yearly.

Investor’s Business Daily has speculated the Vatican is itching to tackle climate change, despite the above-stated facts, because,

[The] Vatican … has been infiltrated by followers of a radical green movement that is, at its core, anti-Christian, anti-people, anti-poor and anti-development. The basic tenets of Catholicism – the sanctity of human life and the value of all souls – are detested by the modern pagan environmentalists who worship the created, but not the creator. … Big Green believes that too many human beings are the basic global problem. People, according to this view, are resource destroyers. Climate change, they say, is due to the overpopulation of Mother Earth.

The pope would do well to question the sources of his information and to recognize his efforts should be focused on alleviating the poverty and suffering of billions of people in the world today. The best policy to accomplish that goal would be alleviating energy poverty worldwide.

As a CNS editorial stated,

Alex Epstein argues, rather than taking a safe climate and making it dangerous through the use of fossil fuels, we have been transforming a dangerous climate into a safer, more manageable one for human flourishing.

Humans have long fought a war with climate, and to the extent we’ve won it has been through the use of technology, most recently including, fossil fuels.

Note from Anthony:

As a Catholic myself, I’m disappointed in this stance, especially since it seems out of place with doctrines of the past where there Church denounced many issues of science through its history, only to later admit they erred, jumped to conclusions, and admitted such errors in judgment decades or centuries later.

For example, it only took the Catholic church 359 years to decide that Galileo was right after all, and that the Earth DOES in fact revolve around the Sun.

I plan to ignore the Pope and its science panel, as many are likely to do given their track record on getting science wrong in almost every case where science and religion have collided through history.


So the Holy See is now throwing it’s MORAL weight around in the non-problem arena? Would not his Holiness be doing a far GREATER service to the poor of the world by urging governments to adopt policies to actually HELP the poor, instead of advocating the passing of onerous legislation that will only INCREASE the hardships of the poor, and further erode their already meager standards of living ?

This sentence, “Our academics supported the pope’s initiative to influence next year’s crucial decisions. The idea is to convene a meeting with leaders of the main religions to make all people aware of the state of our climate and the tragedy of social exclusion.” further convinces me that the hierarchy in St. Peter’s square is FAR more concerned about missing the gravy train of “wealth redistribution”than about any concerns for the planet. It also shows me the papal staff has done ZERO readings on the NUMEROUS articles and papers exposing this scam for what it really is. Not to mention no acknowledgement of the FACT there has been ZERO warming for 18 YEARS now.

Pope Francis, with ALL due respect, your Church has FAR MORE SERIOUS issues to deal with than the fallacy that is global warming. Your papacy has shown ZERO interest in the staggering amount of abortions, ZERO interest in the epidemic of violence that plagues a lot of the Catholic inner cities. Your papacy has also shown ZERO concern about the meteoric rise of Islamic barbarism since you’ve assumed the post.

If you are TRULY concerned about the “poor, and oppressed”, you might want to start somewhere other than a scam whose wheels are more spinning on the ice than anything else.

You may also want to purge the OBVIOUS unholy socialists and “progressives” from your papacy as well.

Unless, of course, you AGREE with them. And if THAT is the case, you can FORGET about becoming the next great papal saint. If Christ was one thing, he was NOT a communist, nor progressive.


CLYDE. No longer doubting my decision to leave the Roman Catholic Church.

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14 Responses to Global Warming Insanity For Jan 5, 2015

  1. Hardnox says:

    Excellent commentary Clyde.

    This is about income redistribution to third world countries which is why the pope supports this. The scheme supported by the left and most of the world’s third world dictators is paying poor countries not to develop their natural resources. It’s a twofer whereas the left keeps the poor where they are and the dictators get rich by doing nothing.

    This pope is a loon in my opinion and a terrible disappointment. He’s also a communist. He should focus on the ills of Christendom and the muslims that are killing millions worldwide.

    • Clyde says:

      Excellent comments, Boss. Take a bow. Thanks for the kudos. As a former Catholic, it does pain me somewhat to have to expose this false Messenger Of Christ for what he truly is.

  2. Kathy says:

    It’s about the influence the Pope has on those 1.2 billion Catholics and their pocketbooks. As always, it’s about the money and more people are prone to listen to him even after they’ve tired of the Gorans. If the Pope says it, then it must be true.

    He is a foolish man who’s being used as a mere tool for this fairy tale scheme.

  3. Anne says:

    I recall back in 2013 when he said the church needed to stop obsessing over abortion and gay marriage and just be nice to people. While I do believe that walking up to someone and immediately/only griping about their sins isn’t going to be effective, the opposite extreme of “it’s all good, as long as your nice” is doing people a disservice. I had a roommate that thought the best way to bring our roommate to Christ was to not ever complain even if she had filthy trash all over the apt because we had to be “nice.” This seems like the same thing. For the pope to say those things back then showed that he is not concerned at all with the purpose of a church, and that it is all politics, not to mention that no matter how he “corrects” his words, he just told the world those are things he doesn’t believe are important. This just further supports that. Can you even imagine a missionary going to Africa to tell them to quit planting crops (can’t remember if that one came from Gore or Kerry)? The biggest concern is not that the leader of a church is set on global warming, but the millions of people who will blindly follow whatever he says, believing it to be divine.

  4. vonMesser says:

    As an active and practicing Catholic (Eastern Rite now) Catholic for 6 years, I am NOT pleased nor impressed with the current Pontiff. He seems too much tied to the socialist world of the failed South American dictatorships than the real world needed to guide the largest church in the world.

  5. CW says:

    “…the hierarchy in St. Peter’s square is FAR more concerned about missing the gravy train of “wealth redistribution”than about any concerns for the planet.”

    Bingo, you hit the nail on the head. I’m afraid that the Catholic Church has been a tool of the socialists (i.e. thieves) for a long time now.

  6. Garnet92 says:

    As a Catholic myself, I’ve been disappointed in the direction of the church for some time now and Pope Francis is not improving that opinion. The church should be administering to those most in need and taking care of our souls, not our political positions. As I recall, the Pope’s opinions are only supposed to be infallible in matters of religion, he’s not supposed to be a Catholic Al Gore in a funny hat.

  7. I.R. Wayright says:

    According to AccuWeather, 2014 was the 6th coldest year since records have been kept in my area, PA. 2015 ain’t lookin’ too hot either. It’s 15 degrees and headed down.