Moron Alert At The Vatican

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36 Responses to Moron Alert At The Vatican

  1. Steve Case says:

    Moron Alert !

    I think the Pope knows exactly what he’s doing.

    • SxyxS says:

      Believe it or not-some years agoi have even seen a documentary(sadly forgotton the name-maybe “we feed world”)
      where a super rich guy is interviewed inside his Limousine and when he says:”We will even make the people pay for the air they breath-just wait”.

      At that time i thought “Impossible”.
      Meanwhile i know how this is possible and i do not wonder that Goldman Sachs has the leading role in dealing and selling cabon certificates.

  2. darrylb says:

    For me the whole AGW or CAGW thing has provided illumination.

    I never understood how humans could think witches had power to control, among
    other things, the weather. But now I do. It is human nature to lose all sense of logic
    and believe in the completely illogical. and we have a great need to believe in a super
    power which will punish us for our climate sins.

    So they kneel at the church of environmentalism, Buy indulgences er ah, carbon credits
    to pay for their sins against the goddess mother earth, and they view humans as an
    invasion against the goddess, and of course the impure humans should be done away with/

    The things is, in the end, they will in fact, be the most detrimental to the earths environment.

    Just how carbon dioxide became carbon pollution is one of the greatest heresies in human history.
    CO2 is a trace gas, but an elixir of life that becomes a part of everything living thing on the planet including us.

    Remarkable!!!

    • omanuel says:

      Climategate emails that surfaced in late Nov 2009 were an eye-opener for many of us. Thanks to Climategate, it is now obvious:

      1. AGW is part of a ~500 year (1543-2015) effort to forbid public knowledge of the fountain of energy Copernicus reported at the gravitational center of the solar system in 1543. That discovery threatened totalitarian control of the public by Popes, politicians and pseudo-scientists.

      2. Seventy years ago (1945-2015), education was changed into propaganda after Stalin emerged victorious at the end of WWII to unite nations (UN) and national academies of science (NAS) into an Orwellian Ministry of Consensus Science (UN)Truths to forbid public knowledge of solar energy on 24 Oct 1945:

      Click to access Introduction.pdf

      Thanks to Climategate, we have assurance of Big Brother’s defeat:

      Click to access Assurance.pdf

    • Snowleopard says:

      @darrylb
      If one spends any time studying the ancient myths, it is quite apparent that those proposing radical human population reduction and the demonizing of life essential CO2 are not devotees of the Earth Goddess despite their claims.

      Per the myths, the Goddess became entrapped in matter (Earth) as a result of her deep love for humanity. So inducing some humans to kill off other humans to please the Goddess is an obvious lie; a lie more in tune with crusades, pogroms, inquisitions, witch burning, heretic execution, heathen exterminations and the genocide of indigenous peoples. The actual demonstrated major enemy of the Goddess, her mostly exterminated followers, and human development is hijacked patriarchal Christianity, best exemplified by the so called Catholic (everyone/universal) Church and its dictatorial Pope. Once they exterminated and erased the memory of those who actually followed the Goddess they could pretend to represent Her as they continue to promote human misery. It seems actual Goddess worshipers just had too much freedom and happiness to be easily controlled.

      FWIW if one accepts the premise that there IS a creation Goddess of whom the Earth is a major part, and also that it is possible for some humans to be at one with Her, then it would not be surprising for those few to be able control the weather within the limits of their relationship with the Goddess. If there are any such today (I doubt it) they are keeping a very low profile.

      That said, I’m not religious and study the past to cue me to what they (owners, rulers, matrix agents, puppets) will come up with next.

      • omanuel says:

        Thanks, snowleopard, for the reminder that many ancient myths are more factual than modern consensus “science.”

        It was intriguing for me to finally realize that Popes have tried for the past ~500 years to forbid public knowledge of the benevolent fountain of energy Copernicus first reported at the gravitational center of the solar system in 1543!

        I.e., arrogant religious leaders tried to hide the tool used to make and sustain every atom, life and world in the solar system.

      • gator69 says:

        The Inquisitions and other atrocities committed by Christians, or in the name of God, are not reflective of the teachings of Christ. They were initiated by worried sovereigns, and not the church, the church got involved in order to stop the killings.

        Anyone not living under a rock for the past 30 years will likely recognize this famous scene from Monty Python’s Flying Circus. In these sketches three scarlet-clad, inept inquisitors torture their victims with such instruments as pillows and comfy chairs. The whole thing is funny because the audience knows full well that the Spanish Inquisition was neither inept nor comfortable, but ruthless, intolerant, and deadly. One need not have read Edgar Allan Poe’s The Pit and the Pendulum to have heard of the dark dungeons, sadistic churchmen, and excruciating tortures of the Spanish Inquisition. The rack, the iron maiden, the bonfires on which the Catholic Church dumped its enemies by the millions: These are all familiar icons of the Spanish Inquisition set firmly into our culture.

        This image of the Spanish Inquisition is a useful one for those who have little love for the Catholic Church. Anyone wishing to beat the Church about the head and shoulders will not tarry long before grabbing two favorite clubs: the Crusades and the Spanish Inquisition. I have dealt with the Crusades in a previous issue of Crisis (see “The Real History of the Crusades,” April 2002). Now on to the other club.

        In order to understand the Spanish Inquisition, which began in the late 15th century, we must look briefly at its predecessor, the medieval Inquisition. Before we do, though, it’s worth pointing out that the medieval world was not the modern world. For medieval people, religion was not something one just did at church. It was their science, their philosophy, their politics, their identity, and their hope for salvation. It was not a personal preference but an abiding and universal truth. Heresy, then, struck at the heart of that truth. It doomed the heretic, endangered those near him, and tore apart the fabric of community. Medieval Europeans were not alone in this view. It was shared by numerous cultures around the world. The modern practice of universal religious toleration is itself quite new and uniquely Western.

        Secular and ecclesiastical leaders in medieval Europe approached heresy in different ways. Roman law equated heresy with treason. Why? Because kingship was God-given, thus making heresy an inherent challenge to royal authority. Heretics divided people, causing unrest and rebellion. No Christian doubted that God would punish a community that allowed heresy to take root and spread. Kings and commoners, therefore, had good reason to find and destroy heretics wherever they found them — and they did so with gusto.

        For medieval people, religion was not something one just did at church. It was their science, their philosophy, their politics, their identity, and their hope for salvation. It was not a personal preference but an abiding and universal truth. Heresy, then, struck at the heart of that truth. It doomed the heretic, endangered those near him, and tore apart the fabric of community.

        One of the most enduring myths of the Inquisition is that it was a tool of oppression imposed on unwilling Europeans by a power-hungry Church. Nothing could be more wrong. In truth, the Inquisition brought order, justice, and compassion to combat rampant secular and popular persecutions of heretics. When the people of a village rounded up a suspected heretic and brought him before the local lord, how was he to be judged? How could an illiterate layman determine if the accused’s beliefs were heretical or not? And how were witnesses to be heard and examined?

        The medieval Inquisition began in 1184 when Pope Lucius III sent a list of heresies to Europe’s bishops and commanded them to take an active role in determining whether those accused of heresy were, in fact, guilty. Rather than relying on secular courts, local lords, or just mobs, bishops were to see to it that accused heretics in their dioceses were examined by knowledgeable churchmen using Roman laws of evidence. In other words, they were to “inquire” — thus, the term “inquisition.”

        From the perspective of secular authorities, heretics were traitors to God and king and therefore deserved death. From the perspective of the Church, however, heretics were lost sheep that had strayed from the flock. As shepherds, the pope and bishops had a duty to bring those sheep back into the fold, just as the Good Shepherd had commanded them. So, while medieval secular leaders were trying to safeguard their kingdoms, the Church was trying to save souls. The Inquisition provided a means for heretics to escape death and return to the community.

        http://www.catholiceducation.org/en/controversy/common-misconceptions/the-truth-about-the-spanish-inquisition.html

        And once again, we did not start the fire…

        Misconceptions about the Crusades are all too common. The Crusades are generally portrayed as a series of holy wars against Islam led by power-mad popes and fought by religious fanatics. They are supposed to have been the epitome of self-righteousness and intolerance, a black stain on the history of the Catholic Church in particular and Western civilization in general. A breed of proto-imperialists, the Crusaders introduced Western aggression to the peaceful Middle East and then deformed the enlightened Muslim culture, leaving it in ruins. For variations on this theme, one need not look far. See, for example, Steven Runciman’s famous three-volume epic, History of the Crusades, or the BBC/A&E documentary, The Crusades, hosted by Terry Jones. Both are terrible history yet wonderfully entertaining.

        So what is the truth about the Crusades? Scholars are still working some of that out. But much can already be said with certainty. For starters, the Crusades to the East were in every way defensive wars. They were a direct response to Muslim aggression — an attempt to turn back or defend against Muslim conquests of Christian lands.

        Christians in the eleventh century were not paranoid fanatics. Muslims really were gunning for them. While Muslims can be peaceful, Islam was born in war and grew the same way. From the time of Mohammed, the means of Muslim expansion was always the sword. Muslim thought divides the world into two spheres, the Abode of Islam and the Abode of War. Christianity — and for that matter any other non-Muslim religion — has no abode. Christians and Jews can be tolerated within a Muslim state under Muslim rule. But, in traditional Islam, Christian and Jewish states must be destroyed and their lands conquered. When Mohammed was waging war against Mecca in the seventh century, Christianity was the dominant religion of power and wealth. As the faith of the Roman Empire, it spanned the entire Mediterranean, including the Middle East, where it was born. The Christian world, therefore, was a prime target for the earliest caliphs, and it would remain so for Muslim leaders for the next thousand years.

        From the safe distance of many centuries, it is easy enough to scowl in disgust at the Crusades. Religion, after all, is nothing to fight wars over.

        With enormous energy, the warriors of Islam struck out against the Christians shortly after Mohammed’s death. They were extremely successful. Palestine, Syria, and Egypt — once the most heavily Christian areas in the world — quickly succumbed. By the eighth century, Muslim armies had conquered all of Christian North Africa and Spain. In the eleventh century, the Seljuk Turks conquered Asia Minor (modern Turkey), which had been Christian since the time of St. Paul. The old Roman Empire, known to modern historians as the Byzantine Empire, was reduced to little more than Greece. In desperation, the emperor in Constantinople sent word to the Christians of western Europe asking them to aid their brothers and sisters in the East.

        That is what gave birth to the Crusades. They were not the brainchild of an ambitious pope or rapacious knights but a response to more than four centuries of conquests in which Muslims had already captured two-thirds of the old Christian world. At some point, Christianity as a faith and a culture had to defend itself or be subsumed by Islam. The Crusades were that defense.

        http://www.catholiceducation.org/en/controversy/the-crusades/the-real-history-of-the-crusades.html

        The over 270 million killed by Muslims, is exactly what Muhammad taught to his followers.

        One of the failures of the number 270 million is that it does not include the number of the Zoroastrians killed in Persia and other minorities such as the Sabians and Bahai. Who knows how many peasants died in some village without a name, simply because they did not believe that Mohammed was the prophet of Allah?

        http://pamelageller.com/2011/11/how-many-slaughtered-millions-under-jihad.html/

        • Snowleopard says:

          It is quite obvious I have no love for the Catholic Church, or any of the other current power centers, whether religious, political or financial. In judging what happened one must keep in mind that for the most of this time “The Church” was defending its empire as much as (if not more than) its dogma, while operating as a police state theocracy. In fact you could say “The Church” invented the modern police state. Like most long lived power centers it was highly corrupt.

          I am not persuaded by “noble cause” excuses put forward by Madden and other Catholic apologists, nor am I interested in arguing the history, as many others have written volumes. Some examples, just on the inquisition(s) for those interested:

          Inquisition: The Reign of Fear – Toby Green
          God’s Jury: The Inquisition and the Making of the Modern World -Cullen Murphy
          A History of the Inquisition of the Middle Ages (Complete – Volume 1, 2 and 3) -H C Lea

          To reiterate: My main point was to point out the hypocrisy of an institution that almost wiped out followers of Goddess, later using a Goddess meme (by implication mostly) as a weapon to attack the best interests of humanity. To bring up the horrors of militant Islam in response is a distraction.

        • gator69 says:

          Truth is important, as is history.

          Monarchies derived their right to rule from the Christian God, and they made sure all subjects recognized this authority, so it was the monarchies who were responsible for enforcing belief. Again, it was after the church took over the Spanish Inquisition that the torture and death sentences stopped.

          The Protestant church came out on top in Europe after England defeated Spain, and as always the winner writes the history. The Catholic church was branded the bad guys to discredit their brand of Christianity.

          I am not a Catholic, and not a fan of the Catholic church, but I am a huge fan of the truth and history.

        • philjourdan says:

          Damn, where did Steven put that outstanding comment button!

          Thank you.

        • Snowleopard says:

          The actual history is quite complex. A true understanding requires much study. The books I suggested are only a good start, with Lea being the most complete. The following (admittedly oversimplified) summary is from an interview with Cullen Murphy:

          “Over a period of about seven hundred years, there were many Inquisitions mounted under Church auspices, and they varied in intensity from era to era and place to place. That said, you can divide the Inquisition into three basic phases. The first of them, called the Medieval Inquisition, is usually given a starting date of 1231, when the pope issued certain founding decrees. It was mainly concerned with Christian heretics, especially in southern France, whom the Church saw as a growing threat. Then, in the late fifteenth century, came the Spanish Inquisition. It was run by clerics but effectively controlled by the Spanish crown, not by the pope, and its main targets were Jews and to a lesser extent Muslims. After that, in the mid-sixteenth century, came the Roman Inquisition, which was run from the Vatican, and was mainly concerned with Protestants. This is a very simplified outline. And all kinds of people were caught up in the Inquisition’s machinery—Jews and heretics, yes, but also witches, homosexuals, rationalists, and intellectuals.”

          And yes, since the last inquisition was against Protestants and run from the Vatican, the histories written by protestants do have a certain slant.

        • gator69 says:

          I am very familiar with the various accounts of the various inquisitions.

          Jesus taught us to love one another, so any deviation from this is not Christian, and is the fault of men and governments.

        • rah says:

          Exactly Gator! It is man that is flawed. Man that is greedy for power or wealth and some will use what ever power(s) suit them best at the time to achieve their goals. As we are seeing even now, modern day Pontiffs are not above such a sin.

  3. Andy DC says:

    So much for Papal infalliblity. Probably his next Papal Bull will be “If it feels good, do it!”

  4. gator69 says:

    This just proves that the current pope puts agenda before truth, a true Marxist.

    • omanuel says:

      Popes, Communists & Capitalist all agreed to work together when Stalin offered them a chance to “save the world” and their own positions of power by uniting nations (UN) and national academies of science (NAS) into a worldwide Orwellian Ministry of Consensus Science (UN)Truths on 24 Oct 1945.

      These four consensus models are all designed to hide neutron repulsion in cores of heavy atoms, some planets, ordinary stars, galaxies and the expanding universe: AGW, SSM, SNM& BBC

      They are all lies.

  5. gymnosperm says:

    You can find would be shamans on many street corners. Anyone who claims a proprietary channel to God is a paranoid schizophrenic (apologies to many brilliant mystics). The morons are those who believe them.

    • The pope by definition is the bishop of Rome. Since Rome is no longer the center of the universe, there is no reason to think he’s better than any other bishop. It’s like the bishop of Wilkes-Barre thinking he’s God or something.

  6. When he preaches on global warming
    He’s following a UN directive,
    At denying the poor cheaper energy
    The Papacy wants to be effective.
    http://rhymeafterrhyme.net/global-warming-and-the-catholic-church/

  7. juanmirre says:

    POPE FRANCIS, LEAVE CLIMATE IN PEACE AND DEDICATE YOUR EFFORTS TO CHRISTIANS PERSECUTED, VEXED AND BEHEADED IN THE MIDDLE EAST

  8. philjourdan says:

    Why does anyone care about the Vatican? They whine about bad science, and ignore the selling of human baby parts. Those who believe in the new religion of AGW will glom onto what the Vatican says. And of course sell another heart or live over dinner.

    For the first time in my life I am embarrassed to be a Catholic. And for the first time in my life, I think the Pope is a joke.

  9. emsnews says:

    Jerry Brown just flew to the Vatican to plot how to cut CO2 use due to flying jets around the planet.

    He also gave half a million car licenses to illegal aliens so they can drive all over California in their cars, spewing tons of CO2. This was applauded by liberals who think California is going to roast to death in between rain deluges, due to global warming which is pure evil.

  10. Homer Simpson says:

    Sorondo is behind this sham.

    The pope actually asked him to set up an anti slavery commission
    and then Monsignor Sorondo told The Pope that Global Warming
    was responsible for Slavery and and even illegal Human Organ
    trafficking. These are the fraudulent grounds for having this bogus
    conference in Rome tomorrow. This sort of chicanery does nothing
    to actually prevent Slavery or Human Organ Trafficking.

    Bah !

  11. I. Lou Minotti says:

    When immoral, improvident idiots are granted power–whether religious or political–it’s a sign from On High that any nation is nearing its end. It happened before, and it’s about to happen again. “By people of strange tongues and by the lips of strangers will I judge this nation” (cf. 1 Cor. 21 & Isa. 28:11 for context).

    Rome and its confluence with the Eastern Islamic nations will prove to be the undoing of Israel and the Western world, short of Divine intervention. We are watching the spirit of antichrist in action, and he’s using the basest of issues to bring it about and to keep his devout idiotic followers living in fear: THE CLIMATE, which only the true God can control!

    Genesis 8:22.

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