Pope To Present His Theory Of Climocentricism

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The Pope will explain to Congress that humans are the center of the climate universe, and that we are morally obligated to accept mindless interpretations made by political hacks, of spectacularly fraudulent government climate data.

Meanwhile climate cult activists tell us that unless we repent of our carbon sins, pay our carbon tithes,and have faith in the one true climate model – a great flood, hell fire, pestilence and famine will come.


You really can’t make this stuff up. The world under Barack Obama is reverting back to the intellectual dark ages.

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42 Responses to Pope To Present His Theory Of Climocentricism

  1. omanuel says:

    Yes, Popes did not like Copernicus’ report in 1543 that the Sun controls planet Earth.

    In fact the current worldwide demise of civilization is likely the result of an unreported merger of the totalitarian aspirations of Stalin and the Pope after WWII to forbid public knowledge the core of the Sun is the Creator & Sustainer of every atom, life and planet in the Solar System.

    Click to access Solar_Energy.pdf

    The consequences are far-reaching, as discussed on these blogs:

    1. Laura Bruno’s blog:

    2. Flurry of Thoughts

  2. Marsh says:

    The broader Question is:: how far is the Vatican prepared to go with this new found Climate Philosophy? Will we regress to making human sacrifices? Bow down to lesser Gods & their disciples? Accept that Politics & Religion are one & the same? It’s already happening.!.!

  3. Andy Oz says:

    I love how the Roman Catholic church keeps adding to its mythology. The Bible hasn’t been updated since the council of Nicea. Now there will be a Book of Climate Revelations, to be added after the Book of Revelations.

    “And Lo, a silver trumpet rang and I saw coming towards me a grey cloud,
    and I knew the end of the world had come. For there before me was the foul pollutant.
    A black devil with an oxygen on either side. And a voice cried out: “woe to you Jerusalem, as you have not tithed sufficiently to prevent the coming of the Beast.”
    And there was a great cry and wailing and gnashing of teeth.”

    And the prophet Francis said, “I will take unto me this burden. Pray give to me all your tithings and I will offer them to our lord Cartel, to keep the foul Beast at bay. For thine is the Kingdom, etc etc. ”

    So let it be written. So let it be done.


  4. It’s a sad fact of life that those who seem to get the most power are the most clueless and gullible on the climate. But I suppose you don’t get to be a world leader by knowing anything about science.

  5. Robertv says:

    Yep, what could the Sun have to do with all of this.


  6. cfgjd says:

    Jesus The Communist Hippie, the personal savior of The Pope has of course guided The Holy Sea in it’s views…ha ha 😀

    • gator69 says:

      Jesus taught individual salvation, and that is not a collective theory. The root of communism is atheism.

      But please, keep speweing on subjects about which you know nothing.

      • AndyG55 says:

        “keep spewing on subjects about which you know nothing”

        That’s all he has..

        I doubt there is any subject he knows anything about. !! 🙂

      • Gail Combs says:

        cfgjd seems to be a Bot endlessly repeating the same phrase.

        We just went through this discussion a month ago.

        And again a couple months before that. link

        And a couple weeks before that. link

        • Gail Combs says:

          Gator I will agree that atheism has been used as a TOOL of Communism just as our overlords to be have now shifted to using an unholy mix of religions as another tool.

        • omanuel says:

          The 1945 alliance of Stalin with the Pope fits none of the usual ideas about communist, atheist, etc.

      • Gail Combs says:

        “The root of communism is atheism….”

        No it is not. It is a thirst for power and the enjoyment of reducing others to abject misery that is the root. Even though this was written almost a half century ago by an atheist it is just as relevant to the current Pope’s Encyclical on CAGW.

        Lecture on the July 29, 1968 papal encyclical Humanae Vitae was delivered at the Ford Hall Forum

        Of Living Death
        …I, who do not believe in God, wonder why those who do would ascribe to him such a sadistic design, when God is supposed to be the archetype of mercy, kindness, and benevolence. What earthly goal is served by that doctrine? The answer runs like a hidden thread through the encyclical’s labyrinthian convolutions, repetitions, and exhortations….

        The ultimate goal of these encyclicals’ doctrine is not the material advantages to be gained by the rulers of a global slave state; the ultimate goal is the spiritual emasculation and degradation of man, the extinction of his love of life, which Humanae Vitae is intended to accomplish, and Populorum Progressio merely to embody and perpetuate.

        The means of destroying man’s spirit is unearned guilt.

        What I said in “Requiem for Man” about the motives of Populorum Progressio applies as fully to Humanae Vitae, with only a minor paraphrase pertaining to its subject. “But, you say, the encyclical’s ideal will not work? It is not intended to work. It is not intended to [achieve human chastity or sexual virtue [or stop Climate change-gc]]; it is intended to induce guilt…..

        I said, in that article, that Populorum Progressio was produced by the sense of life not of an individual, but of an institution—whose driving power and dominant obsession is the desire to break man’s spirit. Today, I say it, with clearer evidence, about the encyclical Humanae Vitae.

        This is the fundamental issue which neither side of the present conflict is willing fully to identify….

        This issue is not confined to the Catholic church, and it is deeper than the problem of contraception; it is a moral crisis approaching a climax. The core of the issue is Western civilization’s view of man and of his life. The essence of that view depends on the answer to two interrelated questions: Is man (man the individual) an end in himself?—and: Does man have the right to be happy on this earth?

        Throughout its history, the West has been torn by a profound ambivalence on these questions: all of its achievements came from those periods when men acted as if the answer were “Yes”—but, with exceedingly rare exceptions, their spokesmen, the philosophers, kept proclaiming a thunderous “No,” in countless forms.

        Neither an individual nor an entire civilization can exist indefinitely with an unresolved conflict of that kind. Our age is paying the penalty for it. And it is our age that will have to resolve it….

        • gator69 says:

          Marxist–Leninist atheism (Russian: Марксистско-ленинский атеизм) is a part of the wider Marxist–Leninist philosophy (the type of Marxist philosophy found in the Soviet Union), which rejects religion[1][2] and clergymen as well as advocates a materialist understanding of nature.[3] Marxism–Leninism holds that religion is the opium of the people, in the sense of promoting passive acceptance of suffering on Earth in the hope of eternal reward. Therefore, Marxism–Leninism advocates the abolition of religion and the acceptance of atheism.[4][5] Marxist–Leninist atheism has its roots in the philosophy of Ludwig Feuerbach, G.W.F. Hegel, Karl Marx, and Vladimir Lenin.[6]


        • Gail Combs says:

          Lenin and Mao wanted NO competition. But Atheism ≠ Communism and Communism ≠ Atheism.

          You are playing right in to the hands of the Fabian Socialist/Communists if you go down that route.

          Politics ≠ Religious beliefs or it should not. Religion is used as a method to gain ‘Legitimacy’ for totalitarian leaders or it is a method (as used here) for dividing potential allies.

          The Progressives have used Abortion and now Gay marriage as a method for derailing any Conservative competition for years.

        • gator69 says:

          I never play into the hands of progressives, and I never said communism equals atheism, I said atheism is the root of communism.

          The religious know that there can be no “perfect” system here on Earth.

        • Donna K. Becker says:

          Gail, I certainly agree! Although atheism is a tenet of Communism, it is not its root. The root is, in part, a collectivistic plan to centralize government power and distribute goods with no reference to ability, productivity, etc., thus depriving individuals of incentive, opportunity, and freedom.

          Because Communism embraced atheism and associated religion with the status quo in order to assume power does not mean that the two are dissimilar in goals and ideology.

          Correlation is not causality, as we know.

        • Gail Combs says:

          “atheism is the root of communism.”

          No Gator, that is a red herring.
          Atheism is not believing there is a god(s) period. It has nothing what so ever to do with politics.
          Here is the real root link

          Perhaps Robin of http://www.invisibleserfscollar.com/
          can get the idea across better than I can.

          I call Marxist Humanism, which is what you are calling Communism, little c communism because it has a clearly laid out model coming in now through K-12 education globally. http://www.invisibleserfscollar.com/who-knew-karl-marx-had-a-human-development-model-or-that-it-fit-our-facts-so-well/

          It’s actually not about who owns what as who controls the use of it and behaviors generally.

          The OECD and UNESCO are pushing the MH vision via the Great Transition initiative. Interestingly enough it is touting an interview with Naomi Klein as well. http://greattransition.org/

          The links to Boston have to do with the New Economics Institute taking over the Schumacher (Small is Beautiful) Institute to become an affilaite of the UK new economics foundation. Neva Goodwin has created that template for a new kind of economics. It’s no accident that textbook has been translated into Russian.

          So it is all about ” who controls the use of it [property, resources, wealth] and behaviors generally.”

          The elite really don’t give a hoot about your religious beliefs as long as they have complete control over the use of resources (including you) and your behavior. If the Pope and the Imams and the Rabbis help control your behavior, then so much the better.

          Actually that is what Maurice Strong’s Religious center Crestone/Baca is all about. Coming up with a ‘new religion’ to control thoughts and behavior.

          Maurice Strong, and the ‘New World Religion’

          http://www.naturalclimatechange.us/EK%20NWReligion%20Html/Part%20I.%20%20Is%20Crestone12_31_11.htm“>Is Crestone/Baca, Colorado “the Vatican City of the New World Order?”

          …I live in Crestone/Baca, a small community at the base of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in south-central Colorado. I first visited Crestone in the mid-1980’s. A group of Carmelite Catholic monks and nuns had relocated their hermitage here and invited friends to help them celebrate. Land had been donated to them by the Manitou Foundation, a non-profit organization headed by Maurice and Hanne Strong.

          The 2003 Crestone Visitors Guide asserts: “The Crestone/Baca community of centers of the world’s religious traditions is currently the largest international interfaith ecumenical community in North America.”

          A first-rate, glossy journal, entitled “Crestone: A Sacred Earth Journey” (2011) seems to bear that out, listing some 25 spiritual centers. These include Dharma Ocean (Buddhist), Chamma Ling (Tibetan Bon religion), Karma Thegsum Tashi Gomang (Tibetan Buddhist), Nur Ashki Jerrahi (Crestone Sufi Circle), Vajra Vidya Retreat Center (Tibetan Buddhist), I Am Harmony, Crestone Baptist Church, Yeshe Khorlo (Bhutanese Tibetan Buddhist), The Academy of On, Oniyan Wakan Tipi (Lakota Sacred Breath Lodge), Meditation Place of the Vast Expanse (Tibetan Buddhist), Shumei International Institute (Japanese), Dragon Mountain Zen Center, Nada Carmelite Hermitage (Catholic), The Way of Nature Fellowship, The Sri Auribindo Learning Center, Crestone Mountain Zen Center, Haidakhandi Universal Ashram (Hindu), Sacred Mountains Foundation Inc. (Navajo), Little Shepard of the Hills Episcopal Church, The Pundarika Foundation (Tibetan Buddhist) and The Desert Foundation (Catholic ecumenical).

          We also have a Moslem Ziggurat, a Tibetan Peace Park, and a Crestone End of Life Cremation Project. The journal, Crestone, also features descriptions of our 18 healing arts centers, our local organic farms, and our alternative architectural styles. We even have a local ‘Shambala’ café, named after the mythical kingdom described in the Kalachakra trantra of Tibetan Buddhism. It seems that we who live here are truly blessed not only with our pristine, spectacular environment but also with the many dedicated spiritual seekers, practitioners, and teachers we have as neighbors….

          So where is Atheism in that list endorsing Maurice Strong’s COMMUNIST New World Order?

        • gator69 says:

          Only marxo-communism places government at the top of a hierarchical pyramid, God based religions do not do this.

        • Donna K. Becker says:

          Gail, I certainly recognized your excerpt! I used to have a copy of it.

  7. John Silver says:

    I don not dare comment on this for fear of ban by Papal bull.

  8. AndyG55 says:

    I really am not that overly impress with anything a droning, chanting git , in a dress, swinging a big metal bong, has to say.

  9. Jason Calley says:

    I find it interesting that NPR has (in my opinion, based on what I hear) been more conciliatory toward the Pope since he began pushing CAGW. Nothing really overt, but still discernible. He is now, “the leader of the most popular religion on the planet” but before he was “head of the biggest church in the world.”

    It is always fun to listen for the nuances of vocabulary as the radio propagandists massage the listener’s emotions. We are all familiar with the technique. If (insert Progressive name here) refuses to alter some stupid decision, he is “resolute”, “brave”, “unyielding.” If (insert Republican name here) does exactly the same thing, he is “stubborn”, “intransigent”, “inflexible”.

    • Disillusioned says:

      Excellent observation. Much of the time the nuances are not really so nuanced, are they?

    • Billy Liar says:

      He is now, “the leader of the most popular religion on the planet” but before he was “head of the biggest church in the world.”

      The most popular religion on the planet is Global warming. Duh!

  10. Andy DC says:

    It is interesting how the Communist Pope is now the darling of the pseudo-intellectual elites, who traditionally despise the Catholic Church with a complete passion. All else Francis needs to say is “If it feels good, do it!” to become one of their very own.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Actually the churches have been hand in glove with socialism for years. As a socialist professor explained to me twenty years ago. HE was a Socialist and a Christian, Communists were Atheists. And that was the only difference he could name despite it being his area of expertise!

      Chris Hedges’ five pillars of the liberal class

      In his new book, Death of the Liberal Class, Hedges slams five specific groups and institutions — the Democratic Party, churches, unions, the media and academia — for failing Americans and allowing for the creation of a “permanent underclass.”

      Hedges says that, for motives ranging from self-preservation to careerism, the “liberal establishment” purged radicals from its own ranks and, as a result, lost its checks on capitalism and corporate power…

      The Atheist/agnostic/Jew/Christian divides are just another example of the Progressives “OH, LOOK a Squirrel” method of diverting attention from their core goals.

  11. Psalmon says:

    Meanwhile the GOP led US Senate continues to hammer away on the the fraudulent temperature record and NASA/GISS adjustments and infilling. Led by Sen Inhofe’s relentless hearings, we have learned…

    Oh wait. Sorry. None of that has happened. My mistake.

  12. catweazle666 says:

    Ah, the Pope as scientist…

    Any news on the old question of how many angels can dance on the head of a pin yet?

  13. Robertv says:

    This pope is a wolf in sheep’s clothing and not a man of God. I wonder if he even believes in God. I wonder if most popes ever believed in God.

    BIG GOVERNMENT is the real problem in whatever political or religious form it manifests itself . Big Government is like a cancer autodestructive. The only way to survive is to cut it out before it metastasizes.

    • Gail Combs says:


      Even Chaucer recognized that.
      His portrayal of the village parson was that of a humble man of God who practiced what he preaches unlike his ‘betters’ within the church. The Pardoner excels in fraud, carrying a bag full of fake relics. The Friar is a con artists selling the Church’s forgiveness. The more money ‘donated to him, the easier the penance. The Monk is fat, well dressed with expensive taste and his devotion is to hunting and eating not God. The Summoner is a lecherous drunk. The Prioress is well dressed well fed and aspires to exquisite taste. I found her a falsely modest hypocrite putting on airs.

  14. Gail Combs says:

    gator69 says:
    “I never play into the hands of progressives, and I never said communism equals atheism, I said atheism is the root of communism.

    The religious know that there can be no “perfect” system here on Earth.”
    And yet the Christian religion has been used to promote socialism/progressivism here in the USA. Christianity has as a basic tenet — compassion and care for the poor — and this is fully exploited by the Marxists.

    Gator, I am well aware that you see through the lies of the socialists, but having lived in the Boston area, I met many many people who were religious and socialist and some were even religious and communists. Religion is NOT a shield that protects people from Marxist brain washing. I only wish it were! Atheism is no more likely to make a person susceptible to Marxism and in some cases (Objectivists) is going to make them less susceptible.

    In the book Death of the Liberal Class, Chris Hedges argues there are five pillars of the liberal establishment — the press, universities, the labor movement, the Democratic Party, and liberal religious institutions—and that each of these institutions, more concerned with status and privilege than justice and progress, sold out the constituents they represented. In its absence, the poor, the working class, and even the middle class no longer have a champion.


    Heck, Karl Marx in The Communist Manifesto even says:

    “The bourgeoisie, wherever it has got the upper hand, has put an end to all feudal, patriarchal, idyllic relations. It has pitilessly torn asunder the motley feudal ties that bound man to his ‘natural superiors,’ and has left remaining no other nexus between man and man than naked self-interest, callous ‘cash payment.’ It has drowned the most heavenly ecstasies of religious fervor, of chivalrous enthusiasm, of philistine sentimentalism, in the icy water of egotistical calculation. It has resolved personal worth into exchange value, and in place of the numberless indefeasible chartered freedoms, has set up that single, unconscionable freedom—Free Trade. In one word, for exploitation, veiled by religious and political illusions, it has substituted naked, shameless, direct, brutal exploitation.

    The bourgeoisie has stripped of its halo every occupation hitherto honored and looked up to with reverent awe. It has converted the physician, the lawyer, the priest, the poet, the man of science, into its paid wage laborers.

    The bourgeoisie has torn away from the family its sentimental veil, and has reduced the family relation to a mere money relation.”

    The elimination of religion in Communist Russia and Communist China had nothing to do with the worship of God and everything to do with elimination of potential sources of revolt.

    • omanuel says:


      Regardless of religious or economic preference, ARROGANCE blinded Popes & Tyrants to reality after Copernicus correctly reported in 1543: THE SUN CONTROLS PLANET EARTH !

    • omanuel says:


      Precise experimental measurements and observations indicate the Sun’s pulsar core made our chemical elements and sustains every atom, life and planet in the solar system today:

      Click to access Solar_Energy.pdf

      Religionists would say the Sun’s pulsar core is the tool God used to create and sustain life on Earth. The experimental data and observations do not indicate details about the God guiding the force that creates and sustains atoms and lives.

      Max Planck (ref #52 in the above paper) grasped and reported one detail of the force that holds spinning subatomic particles (e-, p+) together as atoms:

      There is a conscious and intelligent Mind behind the force that holds these spinning subatomic particles together as atoms. That is the matrix of all matter.

      I.e., lives and physical matter in the solar system was created and is sustained by forces in the Sun’s pulsar core. That doesn’t leave much room for wannabe tyrants.

    • gator69 says:

      Sorry Gail, but one cannot be both a Christian and a marxist, and one cannot be both a communist and a Christian.

      Bruce Jenner claims he is a woman.

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